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Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

"Jack pasovic is a good friend of mine. He does a great job and we're going to talk to him about a lot of different stuff. Jack, welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure. So Jack, something happened over the weekend that seems to be memory hold. There was a hostage situation, which is rare. We don't always see that. It happened at a synagogue. Tell us the story. What happened? Charlie, so there's the story that we got in terms of the real-time situation as it was reported to us through the media. And now there's the story that's beginning to emerge through the reporting that's come out over the past few days. So the story that we got at least in terms of as it broke publicly was that at a Beth Israel congregation synagogue outside of Dallas, Texas, a terrorist took hostage, a rabbi and three of the congregants there and held him in a ten hour siege. With a local authorities and the FBI, all while demanding the release of a woman who has been in captivity and prison in the U.S. for many years, she's referred to as lady Al-Qaeda. She's also her name is afia siddiqui. She's someone that's been on the Al-Qaeda list for many, many years as one of the very first detainees was picked up in Afghanistan years ago. She's held for not only being a terrorist and providing material support to Al qaida and the Taliban, but also for attacking soldiers trying to shoot soldiers with a rifle here in the U.S. and a hospital. It's a long story, but she's someone who's been held and that care national, by the way, has actually been holding fundraisers and events and support events for this terrorist who's been convicted over the years behind the scenes for years. They've been publicly holding events supporting this terrorist. And so this guy comes over. Now we've now learned he came over traveled from the UK to the U.S. utilized really exploited homeless shelters in New York City and then Dallas as he made his way across the United States in what seems to be a planned operation from a known jihadist, someone who is known to UK authorities somehow the FBI lets this guy in doesn't pick him up on their radar. We hear from President Biden of all people, tells us that this guy somehow was able to obtain an illegal weapon while here in the United States. And so this has all the hallmarks. It's shaping up to be a planned operation from an overseas terrorist cell and he may have had help here in the United

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Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap

"A a milestone milestone today today in in morning morning television television N. N. B. B. C. C. news news this this is is a a special special edition edition of of today today seventieth seventieth anniversary anniversary the the today today show show first first aired aired on on January January fourteenth fourteenth nineteen nineteen fifty fifty two two with with Dave Dave Galloway Galloway as as the the host host co co host host now now our our Savannah Savannah Guthrie Guthrie and and Hoda Hoda copy copy but but Guthrie Guthrie was was not not on on the the set set today today she she tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus Savannah's Savannah's always always front front center center I I mean mean she she may may not not physically physically be be here here but but we've we've always always had had a a name name but but eight eight thousand thousand times times and and this this is is just just one one of of those those unlucky unlucky moments moments where where you you happen happen to to get get you you know know get get Kobe Kobe during during this this moment moment al al Roker Roker has has been been delivering delivering the the weather weather on on the the today today show show for for more more than than thirty thirty years years it's it's not not an an act act yeah yeah you you know know you you see see that that on on TV TV I I think think a a lot lot of of places places of of tried tried to to manufacture manufacture that that it it but but I I think think it it speaks speaks to to the the seventy seventy years years speaks speaks to to the the the the the the the the genuineness genuineness of of what what goes goes on on in in Studio Studio One One last last night night the the lights lights on on the the Empire Empire State State Building Building in in New New York York or or in in the the today today show's show's trademark trademark orange orange I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | Last week

U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience

"Me You've probably told this story probably 10,000 times But it is a really incredible harrowing story of what the Gary Gordon and Randy shughart and you went through in that really dreadful day in Mogadishu Can you just give us kind of the rundown of what you went through I mean it's really incredible story Sure I'd be happy to I was in doth in last week by the way and I'm surprised I didn't run across your uncle but if I go back down there I'll have to track him down And then all the folks there said the same thing They loved it there and it's where the flight school is for the army for Rutgers right close to there So very familiar with that area So back to your question It's been portrayed in the movie Blackhawk down the book by cart down I have my own New York Times Best Seller that I wrote that really fills in a lot of the gaps That down didn't cover But in essence this was a special ops mission all the usual suspects delta four SEAL Team 6 my unit the one 60th army rangers We're going in there to capture We were supposed to capture a list of 50 And these were terrorists They were actually connected to Al-Qaeda in 93 no one had even heard of Al-Qaeda but we found out after the fact that Al-Qaeda was involved So arguably it's the first time we sort of went head to head with Al-Qaeda Regardless we're performing these operations We've done 6 They've all gone really well Captured a little over half of the people that we were supposed to capture including the number two guy And the problem is that you're going to be adapts just like everything else in life You can't run the ball up the middle a hundred times The defense is going to do better on the 20th time So the fact that we had done the mission that number of times really reduced our probability of success and I think contributed greatly to the fact that the smallies were better prepared for us on October 3rd Day mission worst part of town all the bad guys are there Just the risk factors were

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Kash Patel: 'We're Seeing the Politicization of the National Security Apparatus of the U.S.'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

Kash Patel: 'We're Seeing the Politicization of the National Security Apparatus of the U.S.'

"Our government in a variety of different roles. You were a partner with Devin Nunes in uncovering and masking. And later, I want to ask you about our friend Durham and how that entire project is progressing in your opinion. But I just want to ask you kind of more broadly, can you talk about the threats that the United States security state, the whole security apparatus poses against either conservative Americans or Christian Americans or what would be considered disagreeable political opinions and tie that together with what you uncovered in the Russia investigation with Donald Trump and how they entrap Donald Trump and they use the fisa court surveillance. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, that's a great question. Look, it's all interconnected as you were alluding to right there. Basically, the sum and substance is what we are seeing as the politicization of the national security apparatus in the United States. The one apparatus that is supposed to be a political. The one apparatus from Donald Trump came in and said to me, when I was running his counter terrorism programs or was his deputy director of national intelligence or later over at DoD, was this is what we're doing. We're going to end the forever wars. We're going to wipe out Al-Qaeda senior leadership. We're going to kill the emirs of ISIS. Take out Soleimani, return American hostages, seal our southern border, prohibit Chinese fentanyl and opioids from pouring in and killing our youth. These are things that are apolitical and that you would think all Americans would want especially Americans who have children would want for their youth. And when Donald Trump got elected, that narrative got blown up. And it started with the Russia gate narrative, which I was fortunate enough to be the chief investigator on for chairman Nunes who wrote the Nunes memo. We wrote a report. We basically showed the largest criminal enterprise perpetuated by the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign and intentionally faulty actors and Andrew mccabe and James Comey and clapper over in the FBI and IC to go to an intelligence court and say lying to an intelligence court just to surveil their opponent because they didn't like the guy. That trend,

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North Korea Claims Kim Jong Un's Dad Invented the Burrito

The Larry Elder Show

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

North Korea Claims Kim Jong Un's Dad Invented the Burrito

"Because North Korea claims Kim Jong the second. No longer with us, invented the burrito. Now if you're gonna lie about what somebody invented, wouldn't you think maybe he invented the smartphone? The Internet like Al Gore did a self-driving car the great leader invented the burrito. Especially when the with nobody in North Korea has any money to buy any food, let alone a burrito.

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Mollie Hemingway: Democrats' Purpose Is to Intimidate People, Control How They Vote

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Mollie Hemingway: Democrats' Purpose Is to Intimidate People, Control How They Vote

"They claim to care about democracy When they lose elections they attack the Electoral College They attack the Supreme Court in 2000 There is endless amounts of audio and video showing them challenging the election of Republican presidents from the floor of the house And bringing litigation Al Gore did that for weeks and weeks and weeks Also the Russia collusion as you point out and in 2020 isn't the effort here really to intimidate people so they can't even discuss 2020 2020 was apparently the only fraud free election we've ever had in American history with the least amount of rules and standards in place Isn't that amazing So that's the thing We all know that the 2020 election was unlike any election we've ever experienced that hundreds of laws and processes were changed throughout the country in the months leading up to the election to flood the zone with tens of millions of mail in ballots which we all agreed up until 2020 where the primary means by which fraud can occur And nobody talks about the actual weirdness of that election with the exception of there was that one Time Magazine article that came out that said and I quote there was a quote conspiracy by a well funded cabal of powerful people who worked to change rules and laws fear media coverage control the flow of information to create again a revolution in how people vote You know that if this was an election where people on the right had done this and that someone on the right had won this would be nonstop news coverage concern about rigging of elections and integrity of elections And yet they don't even talk about it at all when there are hundreds of things that they should be talking about There is a very legitimate reason why people are concerned about the integrity of our elections and the media and other Democrats don't want to talk about it because they want to keep the rigging going

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Democrats Push for a Hard Takeover of State and Local Elections

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats Push for a Hard Takeover of State and Local Elections

"So because the Democrats have lost the series of national elections and governors elections the Democrats of course want to change the rules So what they want to be able to do is they want to be able don't laugh This is not a joke They want to be able to count votes after the election It's not a I'm not kidding I'm laughing but I'm laughing at the stupidity of it And I should never leave your injury But it's real They want to be able to count votes after the election So that's why Schumer is pushing for these bills that enable them to do that Now pop quiz for the audience Why would Democrats want to be able to count votes after the election Yeah I know you get the answer Because they want to be able to see on election day How many votes they need to win Like oh we're sure a couple hundred Let's count a few more Let's keep on going Oh my gosh here they come They're still going 7 weeks after the election So it's going to be like when they say an election year they don't mean like 2022 and they're like they mean like literally Not figured They mean like the election year like the election happens throughout the year So they want to be able to count votes after the election because that's what Democrats do They've never conceded a national election that they've lost since 2000 It's now 2022 Wow is that amazing Gosh I can't believe all the time has passed They haven't They still think Al Gore be push and at Hillary beat Donald Trump The problem we're having they're having with this federal takeover of elections is Schumer doesn't have the votes It's not some reconciliation measure or some budget measure It's a hard takeover by the federal government of what should be state and local

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Ben Ferguson: Democrats Will Take Away Your Children's Medical Rights

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

Ben Ferguson: Democrats Will Take Away Your Children's Medical Rights

"And I want you to remember what happened after they tried to tell you that critical race theory wasn't actually being taught when we all know that Kirk ray Siri is actually being taught in our schools What do they do Well then there was a letter that was sent A letter that was sent for the Department of Justice out to everybody in America all these different people telling you that you need to start curating parents like they are domestic terrorists that they show up At school board meetings if they organize Facebook groups or they send blunt messages or call their elected officials or they yell at them or they're angry at them at school board meetings that they should be treated like they are a member of Al-Qaeda Or ISIS And then what happened We saw parents actually getting arrested And we saw the left say parents shouldn't have a right to decide what is taught to your children I'm sure they'll tell you that didn't happen either It did and we have the audio to prove it But it's interesting where we are now Just change the subject Get rid of critical race theory and I'm warning all parents and grandparents right now This is my warning If there's nothing else you remember from tonight from this show I want you to remember this what happened with critical race theory is nothing compared to what Democrats are about to do to parents They are moving forward to take away all of your medical rights of your children

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Michael Pack Describes the Origin of Voices For America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Michael Pack Describes the Origin of Voices For America

"I'm talking to Michael pack award winning film maker who ironically is also politically conservative. I've never heard of that before. Michael Pak. Welcome. Thank you. Great to be here. Your stuff is great. I want people to go to manifold productions dot com. But let's talk about the article you wrote at the Washington examiner, people can go to the Washington examiner and read it. I'll put it out on my social media again. But you tell the story of what happened. Well, I mean, it was even before I was nominated. I was told that as soon as Donald Trump was elected, the senior leadership of that organization got together to think about how to stop them. And they were very Voice of America. It's really an umbrella organization of the Voice of America and four other broadcasters. Radio for Europe, radio, liberty, radio free Asia, Middle East broadcasting and Cuba broadcasting. So there are really 5, but the Voice of America is by far the biggest. Okay, so when did these when did voice America at Al change? What happened? In other words, under whose presidential administration did this, you know, megaphone for voices and ideas of liberty become what it is today. Well, it's had a very contentious history. The voice, as I say, I started at the end of World War II. And after a while, it kind of drifted to the left. It had famous left leaning people such as John hausman and Howard fast working there. And in the 50s, people felt it was in the American government. It wasn't getting out the liberty message. And the CIA helped start radio for Europe regular liberty as a more hardcore anti communist radio. Back when the CIA was not yet part of the deep state back then. And back when America had principals, it's good for. But then it drifted too. But what happened really was that Ronald Reagan, who is a president who understood media and understood the importance of these organizations, he gave it a new kind of attention. And he focused it on getting this message of liberty, freedom and democracy out there to the point where after the fall of communism, people like lassa and Poland and vostok havel and the Czech Republic would say that these were beacons of light in the darkness

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Who Is Marine and Journalist Julio Rosas?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

Who Is Marine and Journalist Julio Rosas?

"It's an individual who's been on the show before he is a dying breed. Not because he's a marine, but because he's a real journalist. Welcome to America first one on one hula rosas. Yeah, thank you for having me, doctor Burke. All right, so what we like to do at the beginning for those who may not be familiar with our new guests, although we've had the likes of president Trump at Al on the show, is there a little bit of an introduction? So for our millions of lists across the country, who is Julio, what's his background and how did he get to be a journalist and investigative reporter that town hall dot com? So I recently completed serving in the Marine Corps reserves. I got out in this man the active side of the reserves. But I dropped out of college actually after president Trump won in 2016 to become a journalist because I thought, well, the campaign was crazy. People's reaction to the campaign was crazy and now that he's won. It's even crazier. So this is kind of the moment to kind of get in while I can go without a degree. So what were you studying? What were you planning to study and what were your politics back then? So I knew I did want to go to D.C. and I did know that I wanted to get involved in politics. It's not exactly sure, but then I realized I really like writing. So I knew I wanted to get into media, but I was studying business administration just because I think it's a waste of time and money to get a degree in journalism. A young man. But no, but by then for sure I was definitely a conservative by then. And I was for a long time and actually I was the only political one active political one of my family. My family was never really involved in politics, although I can say that's changed. My mom she moved to California a couple years ago in Los Angeles County. And from where? I'm from Illinois. And what happened when she moved to California? So she was by no means a liberal, but she's let's just say she's against Newsom in the recall. Unfortunately, obviously it didn't work out so well. But she is actually moving away. That's what we're spending our last Christmas in Los Angeles because she's moving to Florida.

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How Many Recount Votes Was Al Gole Leading by in 2000? ZERO

The Dan Bongino Show

01:00 min | Last month

How Many Recount Votes Was Al Gole Leading by in 2000? ZERO

"Did you know this For the left that still questioning the 2000 presidential Bush V gore election Ask your leftist Friends How many recount votes was Al Gore a head on Ask him and wait for the answer What is it Jim Yes zero Jim knows he's the answer is zero You doubt me Go back If you're bored by the way you should doubt me You should doubt everything Fact check Go back and fact check this Show me one recount in the state of Florida Just one recount they conducted It changed a lot Show me one where Al Gore was ahead You did It never happened Yet the Democrats the election steelers to this day still insist Al Gore won the election and Stacey Abrams won the election That's a conspiracy theory That's it because it's a conspiracy they use that term to insult us but that's a legit conspiracy theory It's a crazed lunatic conspiracy

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The Left Doesn't Waste an Opportunity to Blame Recent Tornadoes on Climate Change

The Larry Elder Show

01:51 min | Last month

The Left Doesn't Waste an Opportunity to Blame Recent Tornadoes on Climate Change

"As I mentioned, 64 confirmed dead over a hundred missing in Kentucky. Authorities believe the tall may increase to 80. As of today, over a hundred Kentucky residents still on account for? The storm of course struck other states, including Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri. Tennessee, tens of thousands of people are without power. Including about 30,000 homes in Kentucky. That candle factory in Mayfield, Kentucky. 94 survivors have been reached 8 workers dead. Another 8 are still missing. Now, it didn't take long before, and I knew this was going to happen, as happens every time there's a shooting. The left attributes it to whatever pet cause they want. In this case, of course, climate change. Here's what the fema administrator said about these hurricanes. This is gonna be our new normal and the effects that we're seeing from climate change are the crisis of our generation. We're taking a lot of efforts at fema to work with communities to help reduce the impacts that we're seeing from these severe weather events and help to develop system wide projects that can help protect communities. The crisis of our generation. Not the fact that Iran is this close to getting the nuke. Not the fact that we've left $80 billion worth of cutting edge equipment in the hands of Al-Qaeda the Taliban. Not about the oppression of the Uighurs in China, and about the possible takeover of Taiwan by communist China. Not the growing aggressiveness of Russia, the possibility they may invade Ukraine no. The generation or crisis of our time is climate change.

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Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I woke up to the news that Indy 504 time champion Al Unser had passed away. He was 82. Now when you hit that age, it shouldn't be a surprise, but even though he had cancer for a few years, it was a surprise, just because you're not there. You're not expecting it to happen, so you're not mentally prepared. Many of my friends, especially from Indianapolis, who grew up around the speedway, have a feeling in a connection to Allen's or senior whether we met him or not. I met him for a brief moment with a quick hello and how are you doing? And that was about it. But it was magical, because I watched him win those races on TV as a young kid, then a few hours later, Michael Nesmith of the Monkees passed away at the age of 78. And likewise, a lot of friends, both musically connected not, feeling the effects, and were all sharing our feelings, and I wonder why we're affected the way we are. We don't know these people, but they impacted our lives so greatly, but even though we're not prepared for it, it still hurts. And I really wish I could explain why it affects me and so many of my Friends so much.

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Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I woke up to the news that Indy 504 time champion Al Unser had passed away. He was 82. Now when you hit that age, it shouldn't be a surprise, but even though he had cancer for a few years, it was a surprise, just because you're not there. You're not expecting it to happen, so you're not mentally prepared. Many of my friends, especially from Indianapolis, who grew up around the speedway, have a feeling in a connection to Allen's or senior whether we met him or not. I met him for a brief moment with a quick hello and how are you doing? And that was about it. But it was magical, because I watched him win those races on TV as a young kid, then a few hours later, Michael Nesmith of the Monkees passed away at the age of 78. And likewise, a lot of friends, both musically connected not, feeling the effects, and were all sharing our feelings, and I wonder why we're affected the way we are. We don't know these people, but they impacted our lives so greatly, but even though we're not prepared for it, it still hurts. And I really wish I could explain why it affects me and so many of my Friends so much.

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Chuck Todd's Opinions Are Just as Bad as His Haircut

Mark Levin

01:12 min | Last month

Chuck Todd's Opinions Are Just as Bad as His Haircut

"Chuck Todd on MSNBC yesterday cut four go We've said it before And we're going to say it again The biggest story in American politics is and will continue to be This homegrown effort to undermine U.S. democracy largely fueled by the former president and his loyalists who have hijacked and radicalized a part of the Republican Party Now listen to this idiot Who's a Democrat His wife is a Democrat operative On MSNBC with joy Reid Al sharpton the morning schmo and misses schmoe listen to this We've said it before and I'll say it again Who cares what you have to say with the stupid haircut This guy you know he combs his hair down the front on his far ahead mister Medusa then he takes a ruler with scissors that are kind of rounded on the end so he doesn't cut as far head like he's four years old He give kids with paste and paper construction but anyway so he cuts a straight line It's not never straight Sort of this Eddie Munster look And then he gets up there he looks like a puke and he's up there We've said it before and we'll say it again Not we you you jerk We as plural You are a singular A singular

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Todd and Caller Rocko Discuss Fabricated Hate Crimes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:20 min | Last month

Todd and Caller Rocko Discuss Fabricated Hate Crimes

"Let's go to the phones Rocco and Georgia, a W DU N are affiliate there and a Rocco wants to weigh in on this juicy smooth lay story. Hey Rocco, what's up? Hey John, how are you? I'm well, thank you, sir. Now that juicy has joined the tawana Raleigh hall of shame. Where is when are we going to go after Bubba Wallace? Because he perpetrated same sort of hopes in 15 FBI agents were dispatched to Talladega motor speedway. How much money did that hoax cost? You know, that's a great question. And Rocco, I remember, and again, our listeners may not, especially millennial analog. I don't know what they're doing. I don't know what they're teaching the kids in school. Hey grace, grace, turn your micron. Yes. You know who to want a broly is grace? All right. You see what I mean Rocco? I know. So ladies and gentlemen, a tawana brawley is the young lady, 15 years old, she alleged that four white men kidnapped her and raped her in New York City. Al sharpton is camel really onto the national scene as a result of all of this. And it turned out she made it all up. All of it was completely untrue and she ruined an Al sharpton ruined people's lives and this caused riots it caused chaos in New York City and it was all fake. And Todd, when they Googled her, they'll be a black guy standing next to a Raleigh you probably won't recognize him. He'll be wearing a jogging suit and he'll spot twice the size of Al sharpton. That's the fat Al sharp. Bad out. Yeah, that's fat Al sharpen. Yeah, you're right. To want to probably probably help pay for his weight loss surgery. Well, it may be. That was a lot of money. But to your point Rocco, we have these cases and it's not they're not just random events. But these are fake hate crimes and the media covers this because in their hearts they still believe that we're some sort of I don't know a pre Civil War country.

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US commander: Al-Qaida numbers in Afghanistan up 'slightly'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

US commander: Al-Qaida numbers in Afghanistan up 'slightly'

"The the top top U. U. S. S. commander commander in in the the Middle Middle East East as as the the al al Qaeda Qaeda extremist extremist group group has has been been growing growing slightly slightly in in Afghanistan Afghanistan since since U. U. S. S. forces forces left left in in late late August August major major general general Frank Frank McKenzie McKenzie the the head head of of US US Central Central Command Command tells tells the the Associated Associated Press Press the the departure departure of of military military and and intelligence intelligence assets assets from from Afghanistan Afghanistan reduces reduces the the U. U. S. S. ability ability to to track track al al Qaeda Qaeda and and other other extremist extremist groups groups down down to to a a fraction fraction of of previous previous capability capability still still he he says says it's it's clear clear al al Qaeda Qaeda is is attempting attempting to to rebuild rebuild its its presence presence inside inside Afghanistan Afghanistan I I believe believe both both the the al al queda queda and and ISIS ISIS are are recruiting recruiting both both internally internally and and I I think think in in fact fact international international general general mackenzie mackenzie says says al al Qaeda Qaeda still still has has an an aspirational aspirational desire desire to to attack attack the the U. U. S. S. and and it's it's not not clear clear how how the the new new Taliban Taliban leadership leadership will will deal deal with with al al Qaeda Qaeda and and with with ISIS ISIS I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | Last month

Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

"But December 7th, after Pearl Harbor, the next day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a armored limousine that was confiscated from the crime boss Al Capone. That was what he traveled in and they took him to Congress and he delivered an address. That address ought to be on the hearts and minds of every American today, and thanks to, well, audio tape, it is. Here's Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing Congress, the day after Pearl Harbor, this is from December 8th, 1941. Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and at the solicitation of Japan was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking towards the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage. To American naval and military forces, I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. As commander in chief of the army and navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense, but always will our full nation. Remember the character of the onslaught against us. No matter how long it may take us, to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Thunderous ovation for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and those powerful words. I was ready to commentary by David hook stead over the daily caller who writes Japan gave us one hell of a black guy on that horrific morning, but America always gets up for a fight. Pearl Harbor was no different. As soon as we got up and dusted ourselves off, we whooped the living hell out of the Japanese empire all over the Pacific.

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"al d" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Discovery about reflecting on life lessons to learn and grow from them and of course pay it forward to uplift others who were struggling through dark times. My special guest is a producer and actor have encountered lots of barriers and struggles early in his career. He's developed a heart to help others pursuing a career in entertainment to prevent some of the obstacles he's had he's raising his voice on asian leads as an underrepresented minority in hollywood and makes a strong statement with his recently released them. Some of our stallions a dramatic intense and passionate film where he plays the lead. Ladies and gentlemen let's please welcome al d. to the show..

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"A pickup truck and drove south west. And got involved with a drug gang in albuquerque crystal math and We ended up We had to kill a couple of guys. Don't worry. I shall tell no towns. How exciting could their tails be. Maybe they got drunk with cavanaugh. Said all this leads to. They are ruthless. They will do anything by all rights. We should end the filibuster an impact. The courts fat pack the supreme court's. Why because we can. That's why we should do it while also we justified look how inconsistent their justifications has been mcconnell will do anything. He has no shame. That's our problem. Let's just be ruthless if we had if we had the ability to do this to get rid the filibuster and just pack the course. But we're not gonna do that now as you know. And i've talked about this number of times on the podcast nor more unseen in. I have put together. A i. think a really really good modification of the filibuster. And won't do what i i said i would do. Which of course a mansion and cinema are not going to get rid of the filibuster mansion. Said this but he asked said he's open to modify it and you know he should be because look what they've done for example he wanted. He wanted the january six commission mansion. He got republicans to say. They vote with them. Mcconnell said to them in caucus of your ever favor. I want you to vote against it now as a favor i said this. I'm brian williams. Show i said I think that some kind of code and brian williams immediately said I think we've seen that code. And a lot of scorsese movies. Pretty fast comeback. Really good but that's essentially what it is well. He's willing to play like that. We got we got to play like that. So let's the filibuster that we're talking about. I think you've heard me talk about if you're regular listener is that instead of sixty to end a filibuster you need forty one to keep it going. Sustain it forty one in this case republicans would have to go to the floor and vote to continue the filibuster and then they'd have to stay there and.

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:43 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Been on trump's first shortlist for the supreme court which he had released before the two thousand sixteen election and remember during the two thousand sixteen campaign trump pledged to pick only judges whom the federalist society had approved while. I'm sorry i don't want anybody to fill minnesota's vacancy on the circuit who was on the federal societies shortlist. So i go no. I won't turn my blue slip now. What does that mean means. We have a veto citizen in the constitution is just custom. They'd been observed for one hundred years for over one hundred years. And here's what's good about. It what i would have done and what i offered to do is i said. I'll put a bipartisan committee. Together in minnesota a very very respected jurists and law professors and will appoint a republican. I mean we'll pick a republican you for you to nominate that. I will approve. And that's the way it'd been done. And you know what. He ended up getting getting a federal judiciary respected. You get a federal judiciary where you don't automatically know how it a judge is going to rule how a circuit judge is going to rule by what presidency he was nominated by. Because what you end up with are really good. Jurists republicans and democrats. And yeah you get some indication of the leanings of a judge who was nominated by republican president and approved by a republican senator or senate or a judge nominated by a democratic president who i handed in my blue slip four but it really good jurists who people respect but what they did was take away the blue slip. So the stresses on the circuit. And they just populate they go boom boom boom boom boom boom boom right wing right wing right wing right wing right wing federal side feral saif federal citing by the way. Do you remember trump saying very often. Well there were all these vacancies. Shame on obama. No shame on cruise. Shame on mcconnell. Shame on rand paul. Shame on cornyn because they wouldn't turn in their blue slips and they wouldn't appoint a committee to pick someone who's reasonable. They just wanted to hold that seat open until they got a republican president. So that's why there were all these.

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Senator. Cornyn you're a hypocrite. Senator cruz my opinion of you hasn't changed now. I have twenty five minutes left. And i like to use it to repeat what i've just been saying just you know a little harsher you say liars okay. Justice ginsburg was better. Ginsberg died in september. The middle of september september eighteenth conybeare by the way was sworn in nine days election. How dare you. You guys are hypocrites. And now it's changed again mitch. Mcconnell said if if we Take the shannon in the midterms. We're not allow virgin barton take up a nominee because in the history of our country. Just stop in done many times that some kind of principle. It's only been done a few times and this brings me to is. They have no shame whatsoever. They have no qualms whatsoever. Now we don't have fifty democratic senators. Who will say. Let's end the filibuster boy. Are we chumps mcconnell. Look the reason. They didn't get rid of the filibuster. When trump came in and they had both houses of congress and could pass anything we wanted was they. They don't they. Don't wanna pass things they don't want to do things. They never wanted social security. They didn't want that. medicare they didn't want that. It was socialism. Social scary with socialism. They don't they don't wanna do anything. This is what they wanted to do. They wanted to flood the courts with judges with federalist society judges all federal a society judges. That's what they wanted to do and let me explain what they did which was different and which. I don't think people understand. They got rid of what's called the blue slip now. What's the bliss lyn. Okay i've senator. From minnesota has to so minnesota's seat on the eighth circuit comes vacant and don mcgann. Trump's white house counsel calls me and tells me that they want to nominate. David strauss a minnesota supreme court justice. Who.

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:30 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"To accomplish while we're taking our vacation in this this five weeks. The peter and i are taking a vacation is really dictated by peter my executive producer. He's in dc right now in in the studio And peter is taking this but five six weeks right. Yeah that's right. Yeah five weeks. Would you do every year. Yeah and thank god. So 'cause i don't then. I can take a break and we we. We worked very hard leading up to it to have the shows run. And they're all like they're not tied to the news of the day but we have one on the murder of jamal kashogi which is just fascinating. We had one with norman lear who speaking of my mother-in-law. He's older than her. Yeah normally are so we have bay chosen. We've stopped by. And where are you going peter. Just tell them people where you're going. We're going all over the place. We're going camping for five weeks. We're going through the southwest. We're going to spend some time on the west coast We're going to spend a week wandering the deserts of utah and colorado. You'd take water lots of water lots of water and they say this is a dangerous desert. You're going to be right. we're gonna do a hike. That's called the the maze which is in canyon way. This sounds terrible. Yeah it's a kenya lands national park and it's been called one of the most dangerous hikes in america. And how old is your children. Sixteen and thirteen and okay I i know you you you guys do this every year we do. Yeah anyway. we've been doing this for almost well. It'll be three years in november peter. How many how many shows have we done. this is show number one nineteen. Wow and and none of them. Good not a single one. I keep saying this is a good one but it's never true. The first one recorded was with andy slab and it was right after two thousand eighteen election and in that election healthcare. The aca really was the big because republicans have been promising For about eight or nine years to repeal the aca and replace it repeal and replace with something as the president said former president donald trump said during the campaign. Something terrific terrific. And what was interesting was i had been there when we wrote the damn thing and i you know very proud of my contribution to many of you have heard about that and i was going like i. They've been talking about doing this for nine. Eight nine years. I'm wondering what the it'll be interesting to see what their think. Tanks came up with what they came up. They had nothing. Mitch mcconnell put. I think it was thirteen. Male senators into a conference room and the republicans came up with a plan. Were twenty three million. Americans would lose coverage.

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Worked for years again. This was it was tough and anyway when buzi went to high school my mother in law got a gi own. The fixed the roof on house by the way which she's still living and instead use it to go to college so use that thousand bucks for the first year at the university of bangor then she took three more three more loans gi loans and graduated and became a teacher. Elementary school teacher. She taught title one kids. She taught kids. School had enough poor kids in that it was a title one school and because of that her loans were forgiven. All all four thousand dollars of loans plus interest. My brother-in-law went into the coastguard. Where he still works he. He retired from the coast. Gotta be still works there. And he's unbelievably talented He runs the their sonar. Would i don't know what he runs. But it's really complicated and boy. Oh boy is the coastguard important. I can tell you that and He's an unbelievably great guy. All the girls all the girls went to gouge on combinations of pell grants and scholarships why. My wife had a full scholarship to simmons college. And that's where we met. We met in college Every member of that family became a contributing member of our society. A member of the middle class. They tell you in our country the pull yourself up by the bootstraps. I you have to have the boots and the government gave my wife's family the boots. And that's why i'm a democrat. That's why i am okay. So we're taking a five week break here. We have shows we have new shows lined up for you. I think we're repeating one with heather mcghee and were repeating because it's our best show ever sorry to all the guests i've had over the last two plus years. If you only listen to one of my podcasts. Please listen to heather mcghee. I saw a few things. I want to Talk about today. And i guess they're all related.

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"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"al d" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Great one today. Finally a guest. Who has something interesting to say me. I i'm doing this when solo and for a couple reasons First of all for some reason. I could only get norm ornstein this week. And he's a great guest. But i i was. I wanted to talk a little bit mainly because i've been in portland maine this week. My wife ran. He's family all live up here. She has one brother three sisters and her mom is here Up here or down here. I guess in maine. You're down east because When they sailed from boston to maine They were were sailing down wind. The wind was at their backs. That's an interesting tidbit. You wouldn't get from any of my other guests. Yes you would okay. My mother-in-law fran bryson for is junior is ninety eight years old now. I've known fran for fifty two years now and some of you know about her story. Which is is franny story. And that of her family Fran had five kids. Franco's number four and for any was eighteen months old when her father. Donald bryson died in a car accident Donald was a decorated world. War two veteran a veteran of the battle the bulge and that was really the last big battle of world war. Two hitler's last move and it lasted like six weeks. Be at one hundred thousand casualties. This is the worst battle in american history in terms of casualties and it was really cold and my father in law came back with We believe ptsd. He worked at a paper plant in portland one night between work and home. He died in a one car crash. One car one tree and when my mother-in-law answered the door that night the police the police officer asked her was donald. Bryson your husband. That was Sixty nine years ago. fran had five kids age seven. Kathy amaury franny as was eighteen months old and buzi was three months old and You can imagine it was hard They had next to nothing. Fran had five kids to take care of. They made it. They had some social security survivor benefit some benefits from Defense department You know this socialist kind of thing. This is socialism So they could eat and Sometimes aid fried dough. I've never had fried dough. Franny tells me about fried dough sometimes The power company turned off the heat and winter. This is portland. Maine's portland maine and it can get cold up here When buzi the youngest was old enough to go to catholic nursery school. They took her in the nuns. Took her in. God bless him My mother-in-law got a job at the shaw's at the supermarket was a couple blocks away and she worked in the produce department.

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"al d" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"al d" Discussed on Blind History

"Him and he went to to stand florida in palm beach for the last few years of his life so he brought that massive estate in palm beach at the heart of his career. Was they say with one hundred million dollars if you can imagine a hundred billion dollars in nineteen twenty a lot of money and you know that. Supposedly joseph kennedy made huge many out of bootlegging and a lot of people made massive amounts of money. If you can just look kind suggestion and the covered and you look cigarettes and you start seeing all the sidelines popping up and alcohol so these ye made a lot of money so when that put him away they put him in a in a normal penitentiary and he took over he. He apparently had a competent sell. You could watch you saw picture of his cell. He had lamps tables yet. A little writing bureau yet painting everything he did everything under control because you have obviously had to pay the taxman fifty thousand dollar fine. It was a joke tim. So let's say you had a lot of money. But then what i said no no no Know this work so they sent him to this new prison. That used to be a military base around precision really. Didn't care who you were. So i'll i'll capanna. Strategy at alcatraz status travel get out and good behavior and ultimately you leave off the sixty s. He got out and could be but did have someone to protect him in there as well. There was one of the other gangsters. It worked with him back. He got badly hurt in the laundry. We need to do laundry duty. That killed him. He was spent so much time in hospital and what they did. In alcatraz cape both people that fought that puts you in the hole and he was putting the hall and the mentally burkey spirit. Occupant spurt was broken in the hall and that was sad to see. So this got you know. Like i said six foot hundred and thirty kilograms at that stage because gangsta miracle even put him in a hall. He was finished. And you spent a week in this black hole and he didn't really recover from that and immediately started going sideways with a syphilis. So they've let him out of the six years but struggling to a hospital and an asylum. One hospital actually turned him away because they said too he's too infamous We can't handle that. We don't want him in our in our award so the last seven or eight years if he's laugh was quite stable and he was in florida and his grandchildren society had four. I think four daughters and he left his granddaughters and he spent the law seven years of his life. Such a special. Tom and the fbi said another family occasion for the coupons and other this for the us doing nothing..

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"al d" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"al d" Discussed on Blind History

"Wouldn't you be hundred percent anyway. So he's he. He decided to teach lessons so that beat him up to the inch of his life of but they were cops around. That didn't do anything. So this guy went into bowl screaming and He was in hospital for two weeks. And then when you were at somebody patties bowl and i thought that somebody that was you know family or friends. What's up sympathetic. To two people standing up against japan and was comparing the paid the bill He paid the bullet damage inflicted exactly but he said i didn't care i'm gonna go off to capone so you went off tim still so then the cop says you into the cops you need to do something so the cops hit him coming tomorrow morning and we're going to discuss how we're going to get capone. They came in. He went into a private room. Who was sitting there was fedora. head occupan. He was sitting there on his on his took out hundreds of thousands of dollars or hundreds of dollars bowls and john said i'm still not so coupon was really upstanding. Sages port the newspaper and they got rid of got so much has been written about alka. Pandemic todd detained. Yeah and so. People started seem as as murder fag. But i mean he did take he either. He wasn't the murderer himself but he ordered the killing correct or there is the story of him with a baseball bat smashing into people's heads which some people say is true. Some people say isn't but either way added to the infamy of his name and the valentine's day massacre was just a step too far. They killed too many people on one day. Correct they line them up on a wall. Yeah i mean. They pretended to be cops. It was all very very ugly. And i think probably even the most. Let's say that the kind of people who are charmed by gangsters. And we've all watched these movies and some of these gangsters are very alluring personalities. Right and al capone was probably the biggest personality in chicago of that time or in america. Sure maybe in america and even that was not enough to save him at that point and he had to. He had to also spend a lot of time running between florida tennessee texas. He'd he'd be all over the country because he was becoming paranoid to. He thought there were probably a lot of people who are trying to kill him and he had good reason to think that you know that he would say famously would say that if castles out the tree if somebody gets killed in a car accident it's compounded it and then you'd also say if somebody who was killed in the world war get capone get capone. That's all everybody ever said. He said he said he said everybody just wants to get me for anything that goes wrong. In this world is audited. Eventually get him. It was text tax evasion. He said he was a prosecutor. The hangman prosecutor who was also trying to get capone and he was shot by mistake but capone's crew to an end. The heat just got too much to leave town. And then they started catching him in. But they did arrest him. A few times on vagrancy..

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"al d" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"al d" Discussed on Blind History

"Two. We became a bookkeeper and those numbers east ran the numbers. He was very shop when he finally got up to chicago so so when he went to chicago. I mean what's interesting here is first of all. He made one big enemy in his life. And this guy was just obsessed with trying to kill him and he. He managed to thwart the squirrel. Tell the whole story about him in a second ilo but before we get to him in chicago. He was primarily involved in brothels liquor and recketeering. Yeah yeah basically saying to people you need protection. Oh we're going gonna burn down your shop. So the recketeering hundred percent protectionism right and getting stuck into politicians. He hated politicians. He said if you find a good lawman and that's an honest man. You just need to get him moved to another district. Say he's not in your way. He says that he will do very well in south africa now very well. He used to call the politicians swell snakes. So whatever that meant that wasn't a compliment it wasn't a compliment and you had actually had no respect for them and i think that made it easier for him. Now what did he get into this fight with a yellow about because this was the guy who he had probably the longest running dispute with your think. It was was related to the biggest rivals in chicago antonio lombardo. He was made the head of that society. Right and then joanna who actually wants a position he believed capone was responsible for this guy getting the position and that was where it will start it. Yeah but this ianna guy sent like. I don't know ten maybe twenty different people in different situations to try and kill el chapo and every time. Something saved him he. I found out about it. Someone spilled the beans on ilo plan. He managed to have someone who was foster and quicker. It every time must must've driven this other guy mad but what you had to do the when that started happening with..

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"al d" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"al d" Discussed on Blind History

"We're there moved to was rough with petty crime and recketeering shore seen so many movies about the time in new york. And of course it was pre prohibition at that stage but joseph kennedy today well let me say allegedly allegedly. The place was still the quickest way to make. Money was to do underworld thing now but the thing with alka pattern was that he looked to be promising student. He did well in these grades. And casey lifting great six which which standard for which is quite young and he was fourteen. Which is maybe a concern. Why did he leave because he smacked his teacher had some anger issues but teacher was a lady southern. They didn't look good days. I don't think that would go down very well either. So then you basically. That was the last of his official education. But you'll see a play at lady was very good with figures. He tried for stent when when when sandy was born. He's only child. He wants to be of sending actually lucky legit ledger and but but for weeks. I'm interested you. Say his his son sunny and we. I didn't really know about this at all. But sunny was also the name of the character in the godfathers. Sent the eldest son. Who was gunned done famously. In the first godfather movie and i wonder how much of those movies they did basin. Al capone's life because if you look at the caricature of against her in prohibition america the pin striped suits. The fedora has style the hat. All of that stuff. The way he spoke in became like the muddle for all the others. And we've spoken about john gutting and blind history before but really john guts. He was like a much more mudan pale. Comparison hundred percent of what al capone was lost. A month in japan's none. Of course these guys had the tummy guns and they actually take out their enemies street and the police there. There were really. They're two different breed. So how did it all start with l. Where did he begin in new york so he started getting involved in small gangs. That's the young kids running around and then he actually met these mantle. Which is johnny. Therere and johnny career was part of his life. Big time until joining city headed. Nothing went back to italy. He city had enough because they will try to shoot him. Yeah but this is not new york. And there's another guy frankie yale and they really were. He's mentors that are in brothels and pab spas and l. was actually quite a strong individual. He was around six foot but strong. Look hundred ten kilograms was a powerful guy and he started a bouncing. That's actually we got. He scoffed from He was bouncing The the one. Not actually frankie yale's ball and the pretty girl came into the into the ball and you really took a liking to her but her brother was was hectic and they just got full of drink and he kept saying you know keep going and and she just kept betsy morphs you said in the end. Honey you go to nas. S on you. So the brother had enough so he came came at him and he took his out in and he slashed l. and he cut him on the cheek or at down on the chicken he could. If it wasn't for they reacting quickly there he would've died from it now. He never liked being called scarface. He hated it. He even said that he got scars from world. War one so he was embarrassed about it. And the whole he's whole life. It was a hated scarface if somebody called him scarface and he used to. He used to never show that side of his face and pictures. Yeah but that's where he grew up and he involved in some allegedly as well he killed two people and The.

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"al d" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"al d" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"Things. So my support was dakota strategically about being borrowers and you know the advantages of it and also kind of cautious of it but also we faced in the applications in particular for the e. l. loans and for the ppo loans as well as for the california relief grant. The application wasn't built for nonprofits. It was built for four prophets and there were some questions out there. That just didn't you know they were not near logical for nonprofits in percentage of ownerships and things like that so that was the early days of it was how to get nonprofits through that. There was some questions about it but not all that much different once. You've got over some of those hurdles and some of the financial analysis of it and how to calculate your pc loan and things like that and the processes pretty much the same as small business. I think that some of the challenges for the nonprofits other than you know navigating it getting through it. But it's to think strategically and to reimagine cells. Were envision what it's going to be like the other end of it. I'm on the board of a small nonprofit in the east bay called bore b. o. r. p. It's the bay area outreach recreation program it's a forty five year old organization that provides access to sports and recreation facilities for physically disabled fantastic little organization. Small the mighty am on the finance committee. So i'm a pretty active board member there and we crafted a strategy to maximize what we could get in e ideal to maximise can get in. Ppp and it was great because we able to retain the staff were able to work hard at reshaping. The programming some of the programming came to a screeching halt wheelchair basketball and sled hockey team sports. That were impossible shifted the attention to the cycling center. It's one of the largest adaptive cycling centers in the world. it's in berkeley expanded. Its hours you know used it as a principal vehicle and one of my favorite things. Is that the online exercise. Programming for physically disabled virtually exploded. We had just begun to start some of that programming but it made it in assessing and now it blossomed beautifully. We had annual fundraiser. Virtually typically a ride up in wine country for a couple of hundred riders. Half of whom are in adaptive cycles will do the whole thing virtually raise more money than every was a record and so the technology was there. Creativity was there. And that's one of my favorite stories is the thorpe's reaction to the pandemic and standing stronger as we roll through it. Thank you that was a great example in a great story l. You've been at this for awhile. Coming on ten months now of working with the nonprofit and small business sector. Do you have some suggested. Best practices so for a nonprofit leader or small business owner. Who might be listening or watching the show. What are some of the best practices that you have identified to work your way through the system but also back to your strategic planning idea. Things that people should be strategically setting themselves up for because you know this is not coming to an end anytime soon. A few things stay strong of a vision for where you're going emission is something you know. I think we can all identify with but it's that vision that's really the difficult thing and it's challenging in the environment that we're in a so it's maintain that one of my clients is a nonprofit called the city of project. Take some intercity kids for surfing lessons for the first time. They've been to the beach. The lots of them the enthusiasm the creativity be bold about where we're headed in comes through in their friday afternoon gatherings virtually so that enthusiasts in a vision of where you're going is important. I think it the relief game. Meaning the ppp..

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"al d" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"al d" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"And now we're going on to Mars. So the as less system, the space launch system being designed by NASA I'm a lot of that work at a lot of the propulsion work is done here in Huntsville, so. We're continuing to make our name for ourselves. In that space literally the NFL. And Designing the rockets that are going to take us a further into into deep than we have ever been before. Grayson Huntsville's not just a museum. It's an actual working facility they're still. Marshall Space. Flight Center. They're still doing all of that were over there on the rich and arsenal in what is there to do with the Space Center for family. Defense my your. Recruiting, exhibits. Right now is is actually probably my favorite exhibits that they've ever had the rocket center. It's it's actually the. Exhibit that focuses on the? Apollo Eleven. Mission the first mission that took successfully that took people to the moon. Back in nineteen sixty nine and it's fascinating. You know that got artifacts from that. Artifacts from President Kennedy e-ends letters from his wife Jackie in it's just it's very fascinating exhibit so those. End, they kind of run the gamut from. Betty so they do exhibits on technology. Math in really making that interesting two kids in making that kind of. If, you're going to the rocket center earned and maybe you're isn't into math I know that I'm still as an adult. Foster that interest and kind of getting them interested in that. And of course, you can go into the day since center and see the full scale replica of the Saturn five rocket It's ash is actually a national landmark. And they've got a a sitting. Display of the space shuttle. So you can walk around and. It's mind blowing to seeing how large the these things were on the rockets in the shuttles and. It's just fascinating. And a main to throw in and they're like I. Know you think hose go look at Espace Museum go round the History Museum or they have is they have like the gravity of they have where the three you up in the air. They have a Morris Grill you get to learn about a monkey named mistaker Soleil into space, and you can lead Anna at her grave because she lived up respite. After Space Rocket Center. So not only do you see experiences as look at this history of? Have Rides climbed walls that have on simulators that you can do. Hands on stem and then. To go along with that just outside the rocket park and their gift shop is amazing. one of my favorite things that they've just added was intuited planetarium. So you. Giant screen and it just makes you think. I don't know it made me think how time I in this world is able to just kind of. A little bit and saying, well, you know here Huntsville Alabama that will you here in the United States for your here in the world you're here in the Milky Way and you're here in space and you just gosh. Really, interest was out way for kids to see explore. The planetarium was opened year in. It's incredible. It is a state of the art facility. It is truly one of the most cutting edge planetarium's that you are gonNA find in the United States. So to best. You get kind of the the vesicles world. Especially you're coming in with a family you have the rise and you have the kind of amusement park all. Of It and you can experience that but it's also you can feel good as a parent because it's also educational in. It's not just. Roller coasters popcorn walk. Feel like your kids are are. Something from that experience yeah. Well Beth. What about a space camp? I'm sure it's been hit hard by the pandemic. Are there are there ways at listeners can actually support the institution? Fiscal play for a really hard time. A lot of the money comes from people all over the world traveling area of and and to be able to haul a camp safely during a worldwide pen to make just a challenge.

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"al d" Discussed on Boligpodcasten - SE 2020

Boligpodcasten - SE 2020

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"al d" Discussed on Boligpodcasten - SE 2020

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"al d" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"al d" Discussed on Good Life Project

"It sounds like your jam when you're young younger also was <hes> drawing with or being cartoonist that was the the thing that was calling. . Yeah I I <hes> I loved animated cartoons. . I love comics. . By Green job was to be an animator for Walt Disney. . Ed I really wanted to a lot of the Golden Age Comic Book Artist went to New York School of graphic art design public. . School. . And I thought, , okay. . I'M GONNA go there for high school and my parents have no, , you're not. . You're not going to go to school to draw comics <hes>. . You can do that at home and I got a scholarship to Xavier high-school, , which was a a Jesuit military school on Sixteenth Street and I thought my life was over 'cause back the you know I was. . Okay whatever my parents said I did yet so. . I thought that. . That would be it but later on in life I, , was able to work. . Cartoon animation stuff into some computer work that I did you know for doing the weather but you know everything happens for a reason because of that going to Xavier High School, , we had a closed circuit. . Television, , station where we did the news in the morning and that got me interested in TV otherwise not quite sure what I would have done. . Yeah. I . mean I I, know , <hes>. . Unite share another parallel, which , is both AV crew nerds. . There you go. . Yeah I mean and that was the thing. . I mean it was it was sad. . Really Looking back in it that we thought we were cool and we were the antithesis of cool here we are wheeling around projectors and slide units and tape recorders on a rolling cart you know. . We thought we were in I. . Mean we had our little gang's on you know a it was I was in perhaps every uncool activity in highschool again because it was a military I was on the Supply Corps where we supplied the uniforms and and <hes> rifles and things like that I I was on newspaper I was in a yearbook May. . Everything that said. . I mean thankfully, it , was an all boys school other I mean because there was no way I was going to get dates anyway. . So You know at least I had an excuse. . Wow there. . No girls here at school so Yeah. . I mean. But . it does sound like there was for shadowing there. . Right because then you end up at us, , we go really focused. . Communications when you were there was more radio and TV. . Radio. . TV. . there. . was. . The only communications was he'd call somebody and say, , Hey, , look go out for beer but. . <hes> yeah it was. . It was interesting in that <hes> you know along the way and I for a lot of us, , there's somebody. . Who? ? Makes a decision that changes your life. . Could be for good or for bad. . For me. . It was a <hes>, , Lu. . Dr Liu O'Donnell. . Who was department chairman at that time but he was also Mr Trolley on the magic toy shop which was a local kid show on the CBS station and we all make fun of it because he had like a trolley head cow catcher on his beard we joke and you can go ahead laugh. . But that freaking trolley put my kids through college. . But Anyway, , I guess the news director there said Hey we're we're starting up a laden a full complement of newscasts on the weekend out. So . we need to have a weather person because I put up until they had one person do everything on the weekends what the Anchorman read the news read the sports so My my department chairman put me up for the job I I did a tape at school <hes>. . He took it down. . And I got the job. . If he had decided Oh have outlets have roker do the the audition. . I don't know what I'd be doing today. . Yeah

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"al d" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"al d" Discussed on WTVN

"Essentially given kinship in rulership over certain region and then they're given certain localizing colds codes for how to rule over civilization so it's not like he's king just end up there and then they decide on how the kingdoms can be run it seems more like their emissaries in their their chosen to rule and that's one of the reasons why these the a new era called your gainers of destiny says with what they actually say about themselves because they create what the destiny would be so what court of what Hammurabi says when used in this Stella he discusses where all this came from and he shows how he he shows how this being he called al D. E. L. many also refers to that the solar deity aspect of a culture Monash but he says that this is being presented him with all of this information and knowledge and told him essentially had a rule and I'm just going to read a really quick quote of how this this this large Stella code starts it says went on to the supplying king of the ana knocking it down the lord of heaven and earth who decreed the fate of the land sign to Marduk the over ruling son of the god of righteousness dominion over earth the man that made him great among the A. Gigi they called Babylon by his illustrious name made a great on earth and found an everlasting kingdom and whose foundations are laid so solidly that those of heaven and earth on a whim bell called by name me Hammurabi exulted prince who feared god to bring about the rule of righteousness in land to destroy the wicked and evil doers to the strong should not harm the week so that should rule over the people like Shimano sh in a light in the land two for the well being of mankind and then it ends by saying when Marduk sent me to rule over man to give the protection of right to the land I did write and brought about the well being of the oppressed so.

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