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Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | Last week

Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?

"Alan do you have Alec Baldwin Totally unintentional So before I get into this because I want to talk about just again facts here how you should be very proud of yourself being on the conservative side of the aisle that you can make an argument Hey voter ID is not going to stop black people from voting Why Black people are smart and intelligent and are perfectly capable of getting an ID just like whites Hispanics Asians and everyone else That shouldn't be controversial right We can back that up with data The left can But here's what happens when you try to do talk radio by the way And you think you can just you think it was just such an easy job anybody can hack it You know Alec Baldwin yeah yeah that guy yeah look ball but don't get close to him on a movie set So Alec Baldwin right Here's Alec Baldwin trying to do talk radio from years ago This is not a joke He thought it would be really easy What was the station W PH the grade station legacy station I believe in Philly right Yes WPC Here's Alec Baldwin thinking ah you know what Those conservative idiots on talk radio Sean Hannity Levin Yeah probably rushed to Limbaugh at the time They don't know what they're doing I can do it I'm Alec bull here check this out This is a classic When we come back we have some time Oh great We're going to take some calls Whenever we want We have calls that are on there now Yeah What do people call to get on the air Do we have that number It's right there Do I have the cool number in front of me Oh I'm so sorry That's interesting Interesting Of course any other questions you have any other comments you have call us to what else Call us we have any calls yet there Ivan No cost Let's read some more about Scientology Is Sean Hannity a scientologist Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight here Do we have any calls here Ivan None Boy it's just incredible My favorite part of

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MSNBC Pundit Floats Lies About Republican Males

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:30 min | Last week

MSNBC Pundit Floats Lies About Republican Males

"The vile, truly vile stuff. They can't defend anything that they've done. Because they ruined education, they ruined the economy. They've ruined the military. They ruin everything they touch. The left. That's the best understanding you can have of the left. They only know how to destroy the latest is how to destroy the Republican Party and America. Sunny deutsch is an exemplar. Here he is. Every night, morning consult polls said that 23% of Republican males are okay with white nationalist white supremacist views. That's one in four Republican males. Okay, one minute, one minute. One in four Republican males is okay with white supremacist views? Who did he say took that pole? Morning consult? Okay, why don't we know any given the number of Republicans we know? Sean is the only white supremacist that I know, and even he's leaving the white supremacy. He is now into Scottish supremacy. He is refined it. White Schmitt, Scott's ah, right? I got you right, exactly. Exactly right. I'm making light of it because it's so sick. One out of four Republicans believes in white supremacy.

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Even Lefties Are Concerned About Rising Energy Costs

The Larry Elder Show

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Even Lefties Are Concerned About Rising Energy Costs

"Even lefties that are concerned about climate change that are like, ah, melting, I'm melting, I'm melting. Well, you know what? Even the fear of melting melting melting. Is coming in second place to the price of gas and oil. A majority of voters are concerned about rising energy costs in favor increase drilling for oil and gas, huh? What do you say? Who is it that X the Keystone XL pipeline? Would that be a Joe Biden and the Democrat party? Huh? Pretty amazing. Are the most democratic voters do consider reducing climate change a higher priority, but the problem is they're putting they're putting gas in their vehicles and they're like, oh, snap, this is crazy. This is crazy. This is just getting out of hand.

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The Unsettled Facts of the Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

The Unsettled Facts of the Left

"You know how the left likes to use the words settled science? When it comes to things like things that aren't settled, you know, like COVID vaccinations, that settled science, they're safe in their effective. There's no, there's no adverse reactions. There's no problems that could occur at settled science quit denying the science. What a doctor science say, Doctor Fauci, if you dispute me, you dispute science because I represent science. The science get the vaccine. It's safe, it's an effective. The only two side effects, right? The party that likes to say that the science is settled when it comes to climate change. When it comes to global cooling, then global warming, the global cooling then global warming, that's changing. We told you it's going to be changing. So we screwed up whether it was going to freeze us to death or melt us to death. Point is it's changing and obviously it's our fault. Science is settled. Never mind all of the contradictory science that says not so much. They like to be the party that says science is settled. Ah, you know, science when it comes to sex. Chromosomes and genders, that's not really settled there, you see. Because, you know, people can people can defy science and people can be one thing in their body and another thing in their heads and at this science isn't so much settled there.

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Inflation Woes Crush Wall Street Numbers

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Inflation Woes Crush Wall Street Numbers

"To the news that shocked a lot of Americans that they got home last night. They saw that Wall Street shots sold off. Big time. So I let me look at what the total percentage of on the doubt was 3.12% on the S&P, it was three and a half percent on the NASDAQ. It was 4.99%. The Amazon was down almost 5% itself. And I'll tell you what, it's probably going to go on for a while. Because the market knows the fed meets every couple of months and is going to raise interest rates a half point every time they meet until such time as inflation is broken because every single person that inflation is the enemy here. And don't worry, if you're unless you're a speculator and you're selling puts and calls. And that's just gambling. I'm not sure Robinhood kiddo, who thought, you know, I was going to make a fortune by trading GameStop and AMC. You expect this and you grim and bear it. If you're an investor, as opposed to a speculator or a trader, you just say, ah, well, you know, that was a good 5 years. And it'll be a year before we start to climb steadily again. Maybe two. But it will, the S&P, the NASDAQ, the Dow, big tech, strong commodities, like P and G, but they always come back. Boeing's got troubles only announced it's moving its corporate headquarters. Near me and the beltway and that is simply the capitulation of corporate America to the reality of the interest rates and tax rates of living in a blue city.

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Sgt. John Mattingly's Life Has Been a Living Hell

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Sgt. John Mattingly's Life Has Been a Living Hell

"Sergeant Mattingly talk about what else is. How many different places have your family ended up living? Talk to us about access to lawyers, lawyers for you for other members of the team. It sounds like your life has become a living hell since this incident. It's been, it's been something that movies couldn't even, if you saw all this stuff in movies, you wouldn't think it was real. And I never thought I would be in this situation either. You think it won't happen to you or at least not to this extent. So yeah, we've been to we've had to move 6 different times. We've I think we're finally in a place we're staying, but when you're freeloading off people trying to find locations and trying to sell the house, we have just bought, then there's a lot of stress involved in that. And what I want to let people know, especially the people who are the pundits who were the liberal media who, the ones that attack you on social media, when you attack me, that's fine. You know, I had 21 years of police work where you get pretty callous to a lot of things. But our families aren't used to that. And they're innocent in all this. The children, the grandchildren, the parents, my wife, so all these things are external stressors that are hard to deal with. And unfortunately, like you were talking about the lawyers in mobile, here was that this was a huge one. When all this came down and we knew that there were potential charges against us from the state, then we reached out to the best attorneys and Louisville because that's who you want representing you correct. You think, okay, lawyers don't care. I mean, they represent murders and rapists and child molesters and all that surely they'll represent me. It's wrong. None of us could get a lawyer in Louisville and you'd call them and you go, man, can you represent me? Ah, I've got a conflict of interest or, oh, I just ain't going to work out. Nobody would be honest, except one lawyer finally told me the truth. And he said, John, you know this would ruin my career. This is my business. You know who I represent. I would love to help you. My wife's freaking out because anybody that helps you always get doxed and attacked and we're scared to do it. So he was the only one that had the courage to tell me the truth and I appreciated that, but it's sad that you can't even get fair representation because you're a police officer.

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Rankings: Which States Handled COVID the Best?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Rankings: Which States Handled COVID the Best?

"Who handled COVID the best? Who handled the Fauci virus the best what states were the ones that were able to withstand the damage both with death, education, businesses. So there's a study out of the national bureau for economic research. And based on this article and I'm reading a little bit into this, but not too much. It seems as if they did a blended metric where they put death rates, business closures, education outputs all into one. So they didn't just do death rates. They didn't just do case rates. They didn't just do business. They put it all into one. How they weighed it, I don't know. But it seems to be a very non partisan group. It doesn't seem to be as if this is a partisan. So what the national bureau for economic research came out and said, is they ranked what states did best in response to the Fauci virus. The national bureau of economic research is an American private nonprofit research organization tied to the MIT and Harvard, the Massachusetts institute for technology and Harvard. So this is as nonpartisan as it's going to get. Okay? The state they say that did the best, despite their ridiculous politicians, but they have great people. Utah. Second best South Dakota. Remember governor Kristi Noem was just attacked from every direction for her response to the virus. Then interestingly, Vermont, which I could be an outlier, I don't know how they responded to a lot of different things. Also a very rural state. So that's something to think about. Then Montana led wonderfully by our friend and supporter of turning point USA governor gianforte, then number 5, ah. No, I'm sorry. No, number two is Nebraska. I got myself messed up. Number two is Nebraska led by governor ricketts number 5 was Kristi Noem. Sorry I was going through this too quickly. And yes, I do know the difference between Nebraska and South Dakota. And then number 6 Ron DeSantis, number 7 New Hampshire,

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Joe Biden Clumsily Attempts to Execute the 'New World Order'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | Last month

Joe Biden Clumsily Attempts to Execute the 'New World Order'

"Is clumsily and imprecisely executing on the new world order. Now, when you say that phrase new world order, you're usually called the conspiracy theorist. People say, ah, there's no such thing as the new world order, what do you like? Some sort of rapper where you put it in the song about Illuminati or whatever. Well, the new world order is now a phrase that is being repeated by people who just recently had the world government summit. So you could always count on us on this program to keep eyes on this globalist program coming up in late May, by the way. I believe May 22, May 23, May 24, is Davos two. Is that the World Economic Forum is going to have its official meeting and boy, we're going to be monitoring that very closely on this program. And you know what's interesting is most of the corporate media ignores it. Why? Maybe because they want actually what they're doing, they just don't want to get there as quickly. Well, the world the government summit manages to use the phrase new world order and it's opening in under 30 seconds. Play cut three. And the title of this session. Are we ready for a new world order? Well, that didn't take long. Right into it. Now the question is, are we ready? Joe Biden was supposed to be the guy that was the bridge. The problem and everybody knows this, at least everybody with an Obama and around those circles is that it's hard to execute the new execute the new world order. If you're about to lose, the House representatives in the most historic fashion since 1930. If you're about to get blown out of the water in every state local level, it's going to set back the globalist new world order agenda rather significantly.

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Peter Schiff: There Is an Alternative to the Federal Reserve System

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Peter Schiff: There Is an Alternative to the Federal Reserve System

"You know Peter I've been following you for a long time and you have been warning about this That's not some fairytale I heard you do it Multiple times and they laughed A lot of people laughed Ah that's crazy The great moderation is here We figured out how to print money with no consequences And unfortunately nobody's laughing now The economy is in real trouble I saw a number today predicting 7% if not more inflation next year But is there an alternative to this broken fed based system here I'm going to play some Thomas sold clips later after you hang up but the fed based system clearly hasn't worked Peter Whatever they tell you they're doing they're not doing it They have been on the wrong side of just about every economic prediction about inflation In the last 20 years is there a viable replacement for that Yeah of course there's a viable replacement I mean you could go back to what existed prior to the fed And even in the early days of the fed it wasn't nearly as bad as it is now when we were still on a gold standard So even though we had a Federal Reserve in 1913 they remained somewhat restricted in their ability to print money by the gold standard up until 1971 So we have to go back to the type of monetary discipline that the founding fathers envisioned for this country And that they wrote into the constitution And when you talk about the middle class being the backbone of the American economy the middle class didn't just come here by accident It was a creation of the economic freedom that we enjoyed and the prosperity that that brought about We had limited government We had the most free market capitalism the world has ever known and that's what created the middle class I mean it was a concept that was uniquely American I mean nobody else had a middle class but America And that's because we enjoyed unparalleled levels of freedom and that comes from limited government government spending being very low taxes being very low And sound money We were on a gold standard We didn't just have this printing

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Comparing Joe Biden's Predictability to Trump's Unpredictability

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Comparing Joe Biden's Predictability to Trump's Unpredictability

"During the same visit Trump reported he told Xi from China that any military move against Taiwan would be met with an attack on Beijing Gee like Putin is said to have been stunned But it's possible neither man believed Trump was serious ah There you go While it's also possible both accounts are exaggerated it is a fact that neither man made the moves Trump said to avoid against You see that line in the end talking about Putin and naji though it is possible neither man believe Trump was serious Yes that's the strategic asset isn't it That ambiguity is he serious Is he not You understand why Joe Biden walking out there and now day after day after day telling Vladimir Putin what he's not going to do is causing this chaotic situation where every time Biden talks it incentivizes Putin to take more Your witnessing right now what the downsides of predictability And of projected weakness I'd almost take anyone else in charge right now other than this guy

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Just the News: The Vera Institute of Justice Received $10M From Soros Organization

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Just the News: The Vera Institute of Justice Received $10M From Soros Organization

"Just the news the Vera institute of justice reportedly received more than $10 million in funding from progressive mega donor George has opened society foundation from 2016 to 2019 This week's golden horseshoe has awarded the Department of Health and Human Services Department of Justice for a 200 .5 million in contracts awards the Soros funded progressive nonprofit and the past year for legal services for illegal immigrants They actually recorded a watchdog group open the books AHS awarded a $158 million contract for legal services for unaccompanied undocumented miners to the same group the very institute of a left wing advocacy group that backs defunding the police criminal justice and bail reform and releasing illegal aliens from ice detention As I've said on many many occasions they've destroyed ice Through the back door

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BLM Insurrectionists Were Threatening Guests at the Last Republican Convention

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

BLM Insurrectionists Were Threatening Guests at the Last Republican Convention

"But the inconsistency among the judicial Ah the judiciary The ink consistency on how they treat riders is really nakedly bare to every American in this country I want judge dabney Friedrich and the other federal judges to know including several who I know When we're at The White House on the south lawn during the Republican convention because that's where they held it And one of the occasions when we were watching my wife and I banjo was there with his wonderful wife senator Paul was there with his wonderful wife a lot of us During the last hour or so we heard loud chanting loud noises loud threats from Black Lives Matter and antifa and other writers real writers We were inside the gates But we knew When we would leave that compound and go outside the gates we could be harmed The police and the Secret Service tried to direct us around The White House to another area with a thought The rioters and insurrectionists on the left were not But there were a ton of them Targeting the people coming out of The White House A ton of them Rand Paul as you know was assaulted Dan bongino talked about threats to him and his wife My wife and I and some others we made our way around In fact we were with the Tom fit and a judicial watch and his wife among others We had to walk about I don't know Third of a mile half a mile away You wanted to try and find an Uber any form of transportation In other words we were all sitting ducks

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Joe Biden Lies About Five Republicans Agreeing With Him in Private

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden Lies About Five Republicans Agreeing With Him in Private

"While ladies and gentlemen you know what Biden spelled backwards as don't you mister producer Ned a bit Ah Biden Which car was it that we wanted to go to Oh cut 22 Yeah That one man out of office Could intimidate an entire party He talked about Obama again Go ahead To take any vote contrary to what he thinks should be taken That's what going on That's not what's going on Low IQ You have done more to unite the Republican Party You Because you have in fact embrace the Marxist elements in your party You say you're not Bernie Sanders Yes you are Yes you are You're Bernie Sanders Paul maybe your AOC In the right light you might even be tallied quite frankly Go ahead You did a primary I've had 5 Republican senators Now here's where he lies You know the guy makes stuff up a he said 5 Republican centers go ahead Talk to me Bump into me quote unquote Or sit with me We've told me that they agree with whatever I'm talking about for them to do But Joe if I do it I'm going to defeat it in a primary Oh yeah right Joe That's what they said to you

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The COVID Vaccine Causes Division, Not Immunity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | 4 months ago

The COVID Vaccine Causes Division, Not Immunity

"A guy wrote a comment, I know I read comments on articles that I read. It's an insight into people's thinking. So a man wrote ah yes, just another article attaching division and hatred to the vaccine. Well done tribune, pat yourself on the back. That is that true. Nobody spreads hate like the left. Among all the vaccines I have known in my life the theory of tetanus measles chickenpox hepatitis meningitis tuberculosis fluid pneumonia. I've never seen a vaccine that forced people to wear a mask and maintain their social distance even after being fully vaccinated. Good what? I'm not done. Among all the vaccines, okay, I have never witnessed the vaccine that spreads the virus, even after vaccination. Even after three shots, I've never seen widespread rewards and incentives to get vaccinated. I never saw a demonization and discrimination against those who didn't want a vaccine. I've never seen a vaccine that threatens relationships between family, colleagues and friends. I've never seen a vaccine used to threaten livelihoods or school. I've never seen a vaccine that would allow a child to override parental consent. The current vaccine does all these things. Except immunization.

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How Republicans Are More Generous Than Democrats

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 4 months ago

How Republicans Are More Generous Than Democrats

"Four three back to my conversation with my physical therapist. She was complaining about how selfish Republicans are, and conservatives, and I informed her that conservatives were more generous with their time with their money with their blood. Then liberals and didn't even close, I referred her to a book called who really cares. And she said, well, okay, what about healthcare? Republicans don't want to give people healthcare. And I first of all inform her that healthcare coverage is not a right. It's not in the constitution. And the filibuster, they like to say it's not in the constitution. Okay, fine, neither healthcare. And I said the best way to provide healthcare to make it more accessible with more competition. And make things cheaper, make things more accessible and improve the quality. She said, what about people that just can't afford it? What about people that just don't have any money? I said, that's what charities for. And she said, do you think that Republicans would provide charity for people who are? Without healthcare, if the government didn't provide it, I said, ah, yeah.

Victor Marx Describes the Very Real Threat of Human Trafficking in the U.S.

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Victor Marx Describes the Very Real Threat of Human Trafficking in the U.S.

"Today is national sex trafficking and human trafficking awareness day and nobody better to help unpack that and will weave in with the political side of it, but our guest is a great friend and he's not here to talk politics. He's just here to say that tell the truth and that is Victor marks, Victor, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, good to be with you today, brother. You do great work Victor. So walk through for our audience here. Just how real is sex trafficking and human trafficking in America today? You know, for a lot of our listeners that live in, you know, nice peaceful, suburban neighborhoods. You know, they might hear about this. They might think, ah, that doesn't impact me. How widespread is this? Especially in places that you might not expect. Yeah, well, let me put it this way. One in three girls will be sexually victimized by the time they're 18 and one in 5 males. So boys. So if you start there every female, you meet out of one out of every three has experienced some type of sexual either assault or abuse. That gives you an understanding of how many millions have been affected by being sexually abused, which makes them very suspect to a lifelong trauma, but then there are those that are very suspect to being manipulated by predators and then trafficked. And that scenario that we specialize in doing counter pedophile work and we've, you know, we're doing the deal in the U.S., we have places in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, now south of the border in South America. We're very active in hunting, finding trauma relief, but then also a justice

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'January 6' Author Julie Kelly Describes What Actually Happened That Day

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 5 months ago

'January 6' Author Julie Kelly Describes What Actually Happened That Day

"Let's talk about what happened 364 days ago here in the nation's capital. So Julie, can you start the beginning? We're going to talk about your book January 6th. It's just out how Democrats use the capital protest to launch a war on terror against the political right. What everybody to order it right now just came out this week. But if a Martian landed today and said, who knows about January 6th? Ah, yes. We've heard of this Julie Kelly person. What would you say to Martians who know nothing about what actually happened Julie? Well, I think I would start off with that it increasingly looks like an inside job by the government and especially the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which we know is been highly politicized and weaponized the act as the Jack boots of the Democratic Party. So it looks like another FBI set up another FBI trap where they knew hundreds of thousands of Trump supporters were going to be in the capitol in January 6th. They wanted to provoke this sort of violence, which had never happened at any other Trump rally, including the two previous stop to steal rallies, as you know some in November December. The only violence at those rallies were perpetrated by BLM and antifa activists who attacked Trump supporters as they were leaving the various speeches. And so people have even been stabbed. I mean, you know, members of the Proud Boys, I think 5 at one time was stand by members of antifa. So that's the normalization of violence on the left.

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Do the Kids Today Know and Love Sinatra? Caller Sven Says 'Yes!'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Do the Kids Today Know and Love Sinatra? Caller Sven Says 'Yes!'

"Anthony summers and Robin swan in Ireland, authors of this new biography of Frank Sinatra Sinatra the life published by knopf. One thing you can always say about the site from that they often publish wonderful books is that they are the finest paper, most beautiful layout that as one has been published in a number of times I really appreciate that. Ah, we're talking about Frank Sinatra, and I want to take a couple of calls. I really obviously want to devote the time to you the authors, but it is interesting to me. How quickly the lines lit up when I said if you're under 33 and you love Sinatra. And I have to believe that the speed with which they lit up says something. Here's a 15 year old in Diamond Bar, California 16 year old Sven hello Sven. Hi, Dennis. Yes. Go ahead. Yeah. I'm 16 years old and I was in power records, I think one time and the little listening station things that they have in there. I put on the headphones and there was a Franks and opt for CD playing and I just listened and it kind of drew me in because it really sounded cool and it was just something that I really enjoyed listening to and I like kind of the jazz ear songs. It was all just really good music do you have the UF Friends your age who likes Sinatra? Yeah, actually, I've got about three or four of my friends and I had them. I bought one of the CDs and they were listening to it, I think we were in the car driving somewhere. And they all listened to it. And they thought it was really cool

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"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

Dare Ah New Belief

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

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Dare Ah New Belief

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"I have the great honor and privilege to invite you into the one hundredth episode. We have done one hundred episodes on dare new belief podcast and i have had the great honor and privilege to be with people who literally are changing the world. But i i wanna talk about how the name even came about five years prior to starting the podcast. I have been thinking. I wanted to do a podcast. I wanted to share people's stories. I love people. And i love their stories and i love hearing their triumphs. Because i truly believe as soon as we see somebody else doing the impossible. We can do it too. That's all we need. Is that one role model in our entire life can change. And that's what the podcast was about allowing people to come to a place to heal and to find inspiration. But i didn't know what to name it. My beautiful daughter dropped in and out of the blue and said call it. Darah new belief in honor of her and her name dare. It was profound to be able to say her name every single day and people knew when i said darah new believe podcast that i was saying my daughter's name every time now the guests that we're on the podcast that changed my life and change the direction of where i'm going right now where these beautiful miraculous remarkable women and men who had overcome incest and molestation addictions and anxiety anxiety. They were women and men who had dealt with not knowing what the next step was in their life and they were stagnant and stuck. They were guest. Who had laid down on a mountain. Top is on a hilltop as a young man. A young boy and got to talk to god and it changed his life. I got to be with women who went through postpartum anxiety that was crippling for her and her belief in what she was going to be able to do with the rest of her life and with her children. I got to be with women who know all about sacred parenting and sacred grand parenting. I got to talk with women who are in their seventies and starting new businesses. I got to be with men who are in their eighties and are still hiking around the mountains of. Oh my god does world. it's vast and beautiful and offers us opportunities every single day. And this is why i made the decision for this to be. The one hundredth episode of darren new belief and to call it at least for this moment. Put dare new belief to sleep for a little bit. We'll revisit it in twenty twenty two but at this moment it's going to go to sleep and i'm going to lean into some other projects that have my heart. This world offers us opportunities and if we can see them and catch them and if we can use them to better ourselves and better others better the world my goodness. I can't think of anything better to do with our time. That's on this earth. And i learned so much from the people that were on my show that now. I want to take the information. The golden nuggets the wisdom that they shared and to use it into a program that i have. That's called daily darah again..

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Dare Ah New Belief

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"I'm just happy to be alive and I can do things down here now. Yeah. Can't help but be cheerful. I wasn't always cheerful all my life. I was going through error. Periods of my life when I was rather depressed for quite long periods of time. Okay, so what you do to get over that? 'cause there's many, especially now with COVID because we're so socially isolated. And of course we have all of our protective equipment so we're doing good here. What do you think helped you to get over the depression? Merida nice woman to start with. And come back here and about a pair of hiking boots and start a hiking and getting out mother nature and people like Don, when we came here and got the hiking group. Yeah. Physical activity is so important. Because it releases all of these beautiful chemicals from the brain that make us feel good. It just feels awesome. So, yeah, you didn't start hiking until you got down here. Is that right? That's correct. Oh my gosh, okay. I thought you had hiked all the time. I thought it was a high school. I worked in the timber cutting down trees where sawmill. So I did a lot of hiking, but not for fun. Right. Yeah, okay. All right, awesome. How about you, Don? And most question again. How do you stay so positive and just have this jovial attitude about life? Gosh, I don't know. I was raised in a. Iowa farm boy. I had 6 or 6 of us in the family and four that was survived all that, you know. All right, yes. Oh, I pretty much go as the try to do it, right?.

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Dare Ah New Belief

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"And today I have the great honor and privilege to invite back Dale, maelstrom and Don white. Welcome back gentlemen, my favorite hikers and the Holbein world. And in conjunction with my father because my father was a very avid hiker. He's no longer with us. But you guys crack me up, you are inspiration to me and my husband, 30 years, you're senior. And yeah, this conversation I could do. I could do all day long every day. So welcome back. Thank you for being here with us again. And now we're going to start off with a couple, a couple new questions about just friendship because you two are wonderful friends and you play off of one another, which is beautiful. So how did the friendship begin? I know you guys started in the hiking club, but sometimes friendships don't just happen like that. So what's the secret to this great friendship? I again need it. I don't. Well, I don't know either. Just seem to mesh, you know, really well, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Both on his wife, very good to me and. I love him for it, you know. Yeah. You can say, he first got quite a when he invited me on a hike with he and Joe. He enjoyed a couple of hikes, chosen hiker, was passed on now. But what I mean the person and see what they're made of is being on a hike is a good way to do it. Don and I got together and had a lot of very enjoyable time. Other nature doesn't know each other very well. Yeah. So, you know, John, I like him. Exactly. There's no question about that. Yes. And you too, Dell. Yes. To know you also is to like you. So you guys have been friends for how many years?.

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Dare Ah New Belief

07:22 min | 1 year ago

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"Life and today I have the great honor to have Dell maelstrom and Don white with me as my honored guest. Hello, gentlemen. Hi, how are you doing? Fabulous. So I met Don and Dale. My husband and I met Don and Dale two years ago when we were down here in Arizona where we happened to be again this year. And they are both avid hikers. So they took us out hiking, hiked our towels off. If I remember correctly, when we got done with our hike, they went out and had dinner. And I think maybe a couple cocktails. And my husband and I took a hot tub and went to bed. So and was interesting about that is because Dale is proudly almost 89 years old in just a couple of weeks. And Don is 87. So the inspiration from these men is incredible. So that's where I want to start off with Dale. And I want to just ask you to start with, how did you get involved with hiking? Well, I was raised in central Idaho with mountains all around me, and when I come electrical engineer, of course, all I did is desk. And I missed the mountains a lot. So when I retired here in Tucson, actually back east, I spent my winters out here. I couldn't stay out of the mountains. I loved the mountains and the beautiful hikes that have here Tucson. And have a good hiking partner like Don who invited me to go on a hike and it's gone uphill from there. Yeah. Awesome. So Don, can you share with us how you got involved in hiking? Many years ago, we traveled in the northwest or different parts of the country and my wife and I always liked the hike in the hills and the mountains and that's how it got started, I guess. Awesome. So could you two didn't know one another when you first came here, you met through a hiking group, is that right? Correct. Okay, so then did you go on a I'm assuming if you go on a hiking group and a retirement club that it probably was an easy hike. Is that right? Yes. Hiking with the club here at the park. And we were on a type of ridge and Don's wife, I was going down this hill, this kind of slack she almost fell and I grabbed her and I was helping her down the hills. And I heard Don say something like, I think I better get up there before I lose my wife. I wonder what an honor. Oh. So these guys are just fun. They're so fun. I already love this conversation so much. So what were you thinking about Dell, helping out novella? Do you seem like you're pretty happy to do it? I don't know. That's so awesome. So now Don, you said that novella would go hiking with you often. Did she do bigger hikes like you and Dell would do together or were they smaller? Well, she didn't take the hikes, you know, and maybe 7 or 8 miles she could do those real good, yeah. So 7 to 8 miles may not sound like a whole lot for hiking, but it's huge. So if I hike 7 miles, I say that I just got done hiking 17 miles because it is a lot of work. It's a lot of work, especially in the mountains. It's very different than walking on the flat lands. So go ahead. Okay. So you met on the height. You met from the hiking group and you were helping out novella. Now, was your wife, hiking at the same time? Does she enjoy hiking? No, she's kind of a weak hiker, but I've taken her on hikes by myself, but not with a hiking group. No. Okay. Have you guys ever had any close calls when you're hiking? A few. We used to hike with Joe smallwood here in the park and non invited me out one time because we're getting ready to get in condition to go up to the Grand Canyon or something. I want to see if I could keep up with them, I think. One time, Joel took us up. Place where it was really steep. And not much hang on to and there are times we were hanging on to the little bushes to keep from sliding down the hill on the cliffs. I think I was closest to all the head. Wow. That's scary. One of the hikes I remember was tell pointed out my car was down several miles away. We could see it and decided to take a short cut to get down to it and it got pretty steep and I slid down a flat rock and no doubt grabbed me and saved my life, you know? I can not reply that. Next morning, it came over the house. I said, well, I just come over to earth. Thank you for saving my life yesterday. But on the other hand, you almost got me killed. Oh my gosh, you guys are too funny. So that was one of the scariest things that have ever happened. What are some of the fondest memories that you have of hiking? Funko first. Best hike I ever took was going down super high and then I can't remember the river down there that is the most beautiful area I was ever in in nature and we stayed down there for two nights and it has to hike in and have to hike out. Unless you take a helicopter that I think that's the best one I can remember. Wow. Yeah, and I agree to that too. You know, it's great. Have a student falls in the moody falls. It's a tributary that goes into the Colorado River at downstream from the Grand Canyon south rim. Beautiful area. Well, we plan on going there one day because of you guys telling us about it, but apparently you have to have reservations and you can wait years now with the reservations to.

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Dare Ah New Belief

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"To be in your energy. So for the listeners, if you missed part one, we ended our conversation when we were talking about face a closed Facebook group that Judy has that is called paradigm shifters. And that's where I want to pick up this conversation. So Judy for the audience that doesn't know what a paradigm even is, can you explain to us what that is? Sure. This is an interesting name for limiting beliefs. That's the easiest thing. That's where I would explain that to my students. And it's not necessarily a paradigm isn't necessarily good or bad. It just there to keep us safe. Right. So a paradigm could be like, it's COVID. I can't do anything. Right. Up here, I'm going to be. I'm going to die tomorrow. So why don't I just blow it all today? In a recovery moment, it could be they call it defects of character. I don't like that term. Because it's everything that we've ever put in and programmed to keep us alive pretty much, you know? Right. And also safe. And paradigm shifters is to look at a paradigm and honor it. Honored it that it's there. And if I teach my clients, take the paradigm, write it on paper,.

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Dare Ah New Belief

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"Welcome to dear a new belief a place to discover what is possible for your life after the loss of a loved one. And where you will find inspiration, insight support and love, and hopefully a bit of laughter to help you through your day. Now, here's your host NATO Hogan..

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Dare Ah New Belief

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

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Dare Ah New Belief

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"Since two thousand fourteen. Judy has delivered a passionate message of hope. Their fun loving approach to life on her youtube videos and facebook lives and august of twenty twenty and response to the pen democ. Judy created paradigm. Shifter's a facebook group that features speakers. Globally who are in the middle of transformation as a sought after speaker in churches and schools. Judy has shared the stage with mary. Morrissey and matt bogs. Her events are uplifting and full of surprises. And you'll probably feel that today and this conversation welcomed judy. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much for having me. yeah thank you so much because it's absolutely an honor for me and i'm so i love to dive into this conversation so judy i believe i met you in two thousand fifteen When i was first going through coach training with mary morrissey and then i catch you on facebook Not super often. 'cause i just well you know schedules. I'm not on there. As often as i would like to be when i catch. You always have beautiful message And i love that. So i guess to start this conversation off. I first of all. I would like to ask you. How did you ever get involved with mary. Morrissey and becoming a life mastery consultant. Well well many. Many years ago there. I was sitting in a church. Unity church to the hills in austin texas completely burn out Editor service I had been working as a special ed teacher or you know. We don't eat really twenty four hours or head-spinning and i was sitting there and we had this guest speaker and it was near boise It's going to be leaving a workshop. After that and i sat on the like her story matches mine quite a bit of it. And i was wondering i wonder i wondering if i could do what she's doing but she's so well put together. She's that i had i. I go to the goodwill at best you know and and all this stuff and it was something about her message. That made me cry Because it was really living your full potential you know. Yeah and so i went in. I went back and i came back for the workshop she did. She was doing impersonal workshops. This is about two thousand seven. She hadn't started the certification program until two thousand ten and so i became one of her students and i had bought this book called..

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Dare Ah New Belief

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"We'll talk about that so it just it's it's just it makes me well tears up in my eyes just knowing that that those parents get to look at you and corey and know that they did absolutely the best thing for christopher and that you guys didn't even change his name and i don't know if that's an option or if you guys could have changed his name but that you didn't it just makes me think when we've adopted pets from humane society. We just don't change their name. That's the name that they know. And i want him to stay with that name and i guess that's my question. Could you have changed his name or you just didn't even want to. You love that name so much like there's no need. I don't even need to ask if i could change a name. No actually i didn't want to change. His name is christopher. David and i i always said when i i wanted to when i became a mom of a human eye to name them a after a biblical name nan christopher means god and love and david from of the strong heroes of the bible yeah. Christopher david is perfect i loved it so much and really wanted to honor his birth mom because she named him that for a reason and i really did not want to take that away. I think he could have been called some beastly name. I probably would have kept it. Just in honor of her but in christopher david is a beautiful name and yes it is when they do that. it's a beautiful name and what a sweet thing for you to do. Because i'm i guess we're dreaming. We think of having kids and husbands. And what that's all gonna look like and then as we're dreaming that a lot of times a name comes along with it. And i think it's so sweet and tender of you to be so considerate of the birth mom and and to keep the name the same and it is a beautiful name.

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Dare Ah New Belief

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"I think when he started to see the passion and the longing that i really wanted this and my husband lessons heart he wants to see me happy and he wants to fulfill every dream. That i have it. He has since day one. And we've been together Almost thirty years now. Wow i feel so blessed that he does. I feel very passionate about something and really feel like i want. Go forward with something. He is backing me up all the way one hundred percent and beautiful when he is a beautiful person absolutely and so when we went to the very first meeting this big room full of ex- you know almost expectant parents but in a different way right yeah And then we were we Put together in different groups. There was a group of probably four or five couples. Okay and all of that. We were able to meet weekly. 'cause we had parenting classes when you adopted child us with eighteen years ago. 'cause freeze eighteen. No what you had to go through a parenting classes and i it was not optional. Candy was for a very like who's over six months but we flag bond We formed this bond With these couples but every single one of their stories for just tragic. You know where they've tried and they've had the unfortunate miscarriages and i'm just so so Very size my heart went out to them. And i prayed for them like please bring them a baby and then did he chose in. You know and It was it was yes but then my husband yes he was he was all in and he was excited and yeah going yeah and learning call about the children that need homes and the parents what they go through because then we had we had adopted parents come speak with us with their babies in their arms and then the birth parents many birth parents came to speak with us You were able to see both sides. It was beautiful mehta. It was on them. Because i'm just coming from you know a potential adoptive mama you know right then to have. Yeah then she have sub birth mom and dad come and speak to the group. Wow that was life and to see it from their point of view. And what they. I mean how brave they are and were to Hughes adoption for their child right beautiful. I learned so much. Yes i bet. All my gosh..

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"Thirty nine families. And i say going into what i think i want to be a mama mama of a human but i i was an. Ob nurse i you know i started out. I been an ob nurse for several years by that time and You know happy moments. Go through the birthing process and everything i. I can't say i ever had that urge or or anything to actually. Bur the tail but way did i wanna be a mom. Wow is it that. That's not because. I've never heard it like this i. I'm so intrigued. I've not heard it like doesn't especially you and corey just being married and the whole idea of not even discussing. Do we want to have kids. Do we not wanna have kids because sometimes just early on in the dating that that's part of the conversation and it was just like nope not even on our radar and even being an ob nurse goodness. You're holding all these teeny tiny little babies. No not even on the radar. It's just amazing to me. I love it. I love and yes completely different completely. Different and Because i've heard stories after story after story of this heartbreaking If you know stories of families who try so hard to become parents and and then they turn to adoption and kind of the last resort raise. Sometimes so yes. Our story is completely different. Not sad at all just more like it's almost like you. Christopher was a miracle us kind of a miraculous neat miracle because when we told our family we're going to adopt or like another dog or no actually human. Wow yeah so good so so do you know so like you're watching your friends or having kids and they're building a family and and so was it something where it was just like. You felt it stirring inside of you or do you eat. Do you remember what that was all about..

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"Barb discovered after thirty three years of marriage she had found herself. Struggling to a heartbreaking divorce. Her experience led her to write two books. to books. Led her to create workshops for other women who realize their marriages were ending and the workshops became the foundation for rediscovering. You a company. She founded in twenty thirteen that provides education support and resources for women who are approaching experiencing or moving forward from divorce. Bar believes that when women he'll families he'll when families he'll communities hill and when communities hill the possibilities are endless. Welcome our. it's so great to be here. All i'd saw great to have you here. I the real to carry on this conversation with you because there's so much wisdom and Just love you are such a loving woman. And i wanted to ask you before. We dive into rediscovery new. Because and that's how. I know you is from rediscovering. You where you're helping women who are in any stage are any part of the path of divorce but i've said it twice now about you have written two books and it's like oh they're not. They can't skip over that. Can you tell us a little bit about the books that you wrote. Oh i would love to add up to three dau just really just it just happened. It just happened the What after my daughter's accident was back in the cities. I had lunch with a dear friend and Who'd written a couple books but we've been friends forever and at the end of lunch were walking out of the restaurant and she goes. Have you never thought of writing about this experience with your daughter. I think could help a lot of people who went. Oh okay i'll do that. Never turned around. And i looked at where we had had lunch and it was off of grand avenue with a place called the garage. I think it's still there my grandfather joseph Used to have a store. It was where his store was. That's the building where the restaurant was. We were having lunch. Yeah wow i thought okay. I'll do that. I have no idea what i'm doing. But what the heck and I started writing. i found. I really liked to write goodness. So what happened was I'm i have a feeling other people that journal. This happens to them to. As i'm writing the story about my daughter i making connections about myself and my marriage and i i'll be right and things and i would go. Oh.

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"That will be impactful for their life forever that they can build on. I need to show up for that every single day. Yeah beautiful that's where it started for me. Yeah that's fabulous and it's amazing because when we go through our own troubling times how it is that we become an expert in that field when we can find a way to work through that and overcome that thing that we just become an expert in that from life's experiences and personally for me. I believe in life experiences being the best teacher above and beyond any kind of title that we could ever put behind our name. Oh absolutely and it's funny that you said that i just was talking about it the other day. 'cause in this journey Things show up that you probably aren't even aware of and last year went kovic hit and i lost my sports job and my job at the gym. Because i do all of those two It was pretty devastating. Like what what do i do. And i'm like. I'm just going to make the most of my time. So i started taking more psychology classes and more this more that and it felt good to get their certificate or degree or that. All those things. And i'm like yeah. I'm not doing that anymore. Because i love to learn and if i'm going to take a class i'm going to do it so that i can learn. It's not about just like what you said. You're missing the point of it's just so you can add stuff to the end of your name. Would you know what i mean. Yeah so what. What value can you take from it. So that you can take what you're given bless other people with it because that is what it's four. It's amazing yes. Yes and i can totally attest that you absolutely share your love and blessings and growth with everybody. That meets you. I i have been with you and coffee shops..

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"We aren't able to describe them so that other people can understand them so it really is deep work but it's effective. Yes yes. I love that so when you go along what you're seeing it. Yeah and and when the if you have a athlete who's laying down who's wounded somewhere in pain and and you're asking or are you just in pain and they're saying yes and you look in their eyes and you're asking them if they're tired and they're saying yes like you get to run the show right there right like nobody can tell you like we need to get going right. The nope the refs have everybody standing back. I have to make sure the scene is safe and i. My main concern is the well illness of that child or the player. And my i've had many conversations with coaches with rafts with You know of the moms. And the dads that i know that this is your child but my best interest is in their health and wellness. And i've had some kids that i say you know. Sit out. sit out the rest of the game. It's better to keep yourself safe right now. And have you be stronger for saturday's game right. And what do i say. I always say this. You are very important. You are very important. And i think it's important that we each no of our importance in how people remind us of that. Yes absolutely yes. And being in that. Because i think i think the athletic field it. It is all performance in kind of forgetting that. You're just you as a human being you as just a person you're important your important. There's a whole reason that you're here. And how it goes way beyond the sport that you happen to be playing rate way. Beyond and i. I like to say way beyond what we see. We are seeking on what we see. Then we're no different than a three year old right. Yes yeah beautiful symphony israel. Simple to me. So i always have measurement tools that i use to help myself and my describing what i see because that is absolutely i mean. Seriously somebody that's very underdeveloped can do that right. A dog can do that a ball. Go get the ball. They get the ball. It's what they see. So are we behaving or are we Operating on a. I only speak what. I see kind of basis because then that tells us maybe the growth that we have left to do. Yeah so jews. Because that's so deep that that is so deep and and i think that you are heads above i. I'm not that familiar with the athletic world. Now i mean. I did do some very small sports in my small town that i grew up in But you're just you just seemed to be light years ahead in your approach in treating injuries and just acknowledging a human being for being the human being and even this whole part of just So much more than just what we see so it was. They're always in innate feeing in you that knew there was so much more than what meets the eye or did you develop that through life experiences..

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05:46 min | 1 year ago

"ah" Discussed on Dare Ah New Belief

"Jewels is a mind and body mechanics practitioner. A life coach and an optimistic specialist who operates south of the river in minnesota. Welcome jules thank you. Oh you're so welcome thank you. I am so grateful that you took time out of your ever busy day to be with us today so we can have a little bit of a conversation about the totally cool things that you do and how it is through your work that you impact the world so thank decided to make a big holiday here Awesome awesome so jews. The first thing that i want to ask you is because this is what you do. You are a mind body mechanic. A mind body mechanic practitioner. So i there's two questions that i want to ask with that First of all how did you get into that work. And secondly maybe i should flop those. What a mind body mechanic. Those are super great questions. So i remember I grew up in house where my mom was a nurse and she wanted me to be a nurse. And i'm like uh-huh nope was super coach. Need to think about being in the hospital being limited. And you know what i was like. I said verbally. I remember saying if i could just hook up. Somebody like if these bring their ankle can across the road. Or if they just and i was basically saying in that moment what i wanted to see in life was just be available to people in need so i was opened to many different things but i ended up going. I've always been an athlete and the body has always I'm just in awe of our bodies just like the vessel that it is and how it heals and how it like just amazed me and so i ended up after my children going to school for sports medicine athletic training i wanted to be a professional athletic trainer and after having my third child i decided that probably wasn't a good career choice for me and so i ended up working with bodies opening my own practice and from there i learned the connection between our mind and our emotions or thoughts and how they affect our bodies and here i am saying yeah awesome awesome so it's so true and most people i think don't recognize that there is this enormous connection between our mind and thoughts and our body so how how did you stumble upon that or did you already have like an innate knowing that there was some kind of connection It's interesting. I'm very aid type personality so i'm like what does it mean. Why what is this. How come this is the way it is. I need to know why. And i stirred it. I was just fascinated with the body. So i started in sports medicine so i was treating injuries and the ones that really surprised me where the reoccurring shoulders the reoccurring back lower back injuries. And i'm like And while i- psychologically knew that the more comfortable. I made my office space or the whole encounter for people.

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