35 Burst results for "Almost Twenty Years"

R&B star R. Kelly convicted in sex trafficking trial

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 16 hrs ago

R&B star R. Kelly convicted in sex trafficking trial

"Singer R. Kelly has been convicted in his sex trafficking trial in New York marches are a letter with the latest R. Kelly looked down and stayed motionless as he was found guilty of several charges including racketeering Kelly was accused of running a criminal enterprise of employees who helped him meet girls and women and keep them abedian to his rules well he's subjected them to sexual abuse US attorney Jacqueline crystallises Kelly was convicted because people spoke up to the victims in this case your voices were heard and justice was finally served Kelly's lawyer Deveraux Koenig says he's disappointed with the verdict Kelly faces up to twenty years in prison when he's sentenced may fourth

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R. Kelly jury continues deliberations

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

R. Kelly jury continues deliberations

"A jury in New York will continue it's deliberations in the sexual misconduct trial of singer R. Kelly I'm marches are a letter with the latest which R. Kelly a predator who controlled his victims moves for his own pleasure or were they willing participants who turned on him when his money ran out that's what a jury of seven men and five women are sorting through they got Kelly's case Friday after a month long trial the jurors asked the judge to review a transcript of a woman who said Kelly drugged and assaulted her as a twenty one year old radio station intern the top counts of racketeering carries a sentence of up to twenty years in prison if convicted

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

Short Wave

01:04 min | 4 d ago

After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

"Science correspondent nell greenfieldboyce with some exciting. Strana me news high now. Hey they're re too so today. We're gonna talk about nasr's next big space telescope. The james webb space telescope. This is a behemoth that is sometimes called the successor of hubble and it will be the biggest most powerful telescope ever put into space. And i here. We finally have launched aid. It's been a long time coming. Indeed indeed it has and now it's supposed to launch on december eighteenth. Hasn't this telescope being in the works for over twenty years. Yeah yeah i i reported on it for. Npr back in two thousand and seven. That's when they built this giant life sized model of the thing and we're bringing around the country. I went to see it when it was set up here in dc down by the white house and all the monuments and to me it looked like this big ray gun that was about to zap the dome off the capitol building description. And that's an unusual. Look for a telescope right. I mean usually space telescopes look like metal tubes but not this one nothing like this has been put out into space before

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Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:46 min | 4 d ago

Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

"Starting off the show. Tonight we have a discussion about joe biden. Apparently he's doing more deportations than trump specifically deporting more asylum seekers than trump did well. Yeah we don't have the other categories of deportations as the numbers that That we came across. And it's a shocking number. I don't know the entire number. But i have here the us Moved over six thousand. Haitian asylum-seekers from the border at del rio so that's just haitian asylum-seekers just recently with you know the whip's did see that. Oh i saw that very scary stuff. There was ice agents. I guess they're ice. Sported patrol agents. Scroll on horseback whipping people catalyst. Yeah like cadillac. Wrangling them with whips and hitting them with the long whip. It looked incredibly frightening and in and scary to be in that situation with a bunch of armed men on horses attacking people who are just trying to escape the hellish life of living in haiti. And do you think the biden voters expected this to happen because the people on the left like biden love to position themselves as the friend of the immigrants they acted like trump was the worst for immigration and right immigration. I mean right. When joe biden got elected like somebody. I know got a deportation letter. Just and they're telling him oh. It's been a lot worse recently under biden. They told him that his friends sorry like his friends. That like is also a legal immigrant. Types may know some other people like that well according to the same place that you're looking here. It's says twitter account. Aj plus they're citing cnbc saying that biden is using what's called title forty two to expel asylum-seekers without a right to a hearing so you know what asylum is right. Yeah when you leave somewhere that is you're gonna die there or they're gonna put you in prison for the rest of your life or thereafter you for for whatever reason and the numbers here are just shocking. According to cnbc under trump and remember trump had four full years. And we're not even through year number one biden four hundred and forty th over four hundred. Forty thousand people were Were expelled under this title. Forty two during the trump administration and six hundred ninety thousand have been expelled under the biden administration under title forty two so that's a tremendous level of increase because if if biden is able to keep up the same amount over the next three years. Yeah he'd be like twenty four hundred weight. It was six hundred ninety thousand right now so yeah that'd be well over two million people well so you know that is just absolutely horrifying because these people if they are indeed being prosecuted or persecuted. They're going to be sent back to likely their deaths or likely to a prison cell. Yeah it's probably worse for you if you try to leave and then they find out about that absolutely it is. Let's see there's other story here from cnbc biden. Administration appeals judges order. This is from less than a week ago to stop. Expelling migrants under trump era pandemic policies. So there was a judge who said they need to stop using title forty. Two and biden is appealing so this is yet another example of how joe biden is more like trumpy than the trump haters thought. That trump was like people hated trump for all these different reasons and biden has continued trump's policies and crank them up. Yeah my friend. Sent me this weird video of biden today. It was him when he was younger. You know he. He's always been in government office. So i don't know what his title was at the time but he was being interviewed. Probably a senator or something. Yeah and he was saying he was saying. What do people think. I care more about bosnia than haiti because it's white people in bosnia and it's you know black people in haiti and then he just went on and said well if haiti sank into the ocean. I wouldn't care just like that was his answer to that was like what is that supposed to mean. Well i'll tell you clear what it means. It means he has no empathy right to say that about another an entire group of people living somewhere on the planet to say they just if they just all died one day he would have no concern whatsoever for that and you juxtapose that against what he says while he's running for office which is to make himself seem like this all caring. Oh the democrats we care about people that's clearly. Bs tel aviv From penn and teller thought he was going to heal us all with his love. Is that what taylor said. Y- you read that on the show. It was numbered teller's lider new saying let pendulum but tell her was going along with pen from what i could see. So presumably teller didn't disagree otherwise he wouldn't have been in the photo op. Yeah just mixed them up. Sorry according to the story here. Cnbc biden administration appealing. A judge's order to stop using a trump era pandemic policy that allows for the rapid expulsion of migrants without giving them a chance to apply for asylum. So they're using covert as the excuse. The departments for his just cove it. That's why we had to have horseback riders with the because of it. It's just you covered. The department of justice filed an appeal of district. Judge emmet sullivan's ruling thursday bars. The federal government from expelling migrants under the public health law known as title. Forty two sullivan. The ruling to go into effect in fourteen days the appeal is the latest move by the bided administration to address the twenty year high surge of migrants from mexico and central america crossing the border illegally which remains a political flashpoint between republicans and progressive democrats title forty two is first introduced by donald trump in march of twenty twenty over concerns about the corona virus pandemic. It gave the government the power to turn back any migrant caught crossing the border illegally regardless of their country of origin to supposedly stop cove nineteen. So if you had managed to escape from north korea and you made it to the united states which is no easy task. Mind you. it's one thing to get here from haiti or guatemala. Or duress or something. It's a whole other story to get here from north korea. But if he'd managed to and they caught. You did it cover. Nineteen you gotta go back to north korea and you back to north korea where you would certainly either be put into a hellish prison labor camp and then of course all your family members have probably already been put into a prison labor camp. Because that's what they that's how they roll over north korea. If you try to escape or you do something bad. They punish your whole family for it. So you know you're going to prison and it's going to be like the worst possible prison labor camp experience basically on the planet right now if they don't just go right ahead and just summarily execute you but this quote from a man at the border a haitian man with two children. He says the. Us government

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Dissecting Fulton County Fraud With Audit Expert Heather Mullins

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:14 min | 5 d ago

Dissecting Fulton County Fraud With Audit Expert Heather Mullins

"We have an audit expert. Who's been doing. Phenomenal work for real america's voice. Heather mullins high going heather. Thank you for joining us today. And thank you for the great work that you are doing. let's start with georgia and the audits. You've been doing a of work for real america's voice as an investigative reporter. Tell us what is the status of finding out what actually happened in the two thousand twenty election in the state of georgia charlie. There's actually quite a few investigations going on in georgia. The one most recently that i covered this week was A lawsuit filed by a group called voter. Gpa they're an election integrity group. That's been working in the state for over twenty years They filed the lawsuit. Too much unseal. And forensically analyze the absentee and mail in ballots in fulton. County georgia specifically. It's the exact same ballots that we saw in that state farm arena video that went viral of people scanning and ballots that they pulled out from underneath that people at one o'clock in the morning after observers were sent home well. Those ballots are the ones in question in this lawsuit and a judge so far have actually already unsealed then and what the the plaintiffs were given where the digital ballot images so every time a ballot is scanned in the voting machine Creates a digital and that is stored so they had access to those unfortunately in the resolution on images such poor quality that the forensic expert asked for a higher resolution and so where this case was a couple months ago was the judge had actually ordered that the town officials had to rescan those ballots at a higher resolution and hand them the images because georgia's secretary of state fouls degrees in his lawsuit claiming that it's anybody touch those ballots. It'd be felony. Charlie almost to try to like stop the audit from going forward and so this judges like all right. We'll working we're gonna take these people that can legally handle those ballots and we're gonna make them re skin them at a higher resolution so this case went back to court on monday and the attorney representing fulton. County is gonna georgia's talk criminal. Defense attorney is a guy named don samuel who tiny white collar criminal defense course at georgia university but then thinking right so he started saying that. The georgia bureau of investigation. The secretary of state office had already done an investigation and and there was no fraud like nothing was found and was basically trying to say you know grant my motion to dismiss this case. Will the judge said. Can you cite the report. Is anybody in this courtroom. Have any report from the secretary of state office. The georgia bureau investigation on anything. They've done that pertains to essentially counterfeit balance. Nobody had any answer. So the judge pause this lawsuit and is giving the secretary's day gb. I twenty days to basically bring them up to speed if they've done anything and if not i mean we go back to court on november fifteen the judge then move forward to continue until about

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Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 5 d ago

Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few

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Google to spend $2.1 billion on Manhattan campus acquisition

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Google to spend $2.1 billion on Manhattan campus acquisition

"Google is planning to expand its footprint in New York City Google had a presence in New York for over twenty years but now it's planning to buy New York St John's terminal for two point one billion dollars the company's been leasing the former freight facility at five fifty Washington Street and announced that it's making it the anchor of its Hudson square campus chief financial officer reports of the companies looking to invest more than two hundred fifty million dollars in New York this year New York mayor bill de Blasio called it one of the shots in the arms we need as part of our comeback the company forecast the investment lad another fourteen thousand employees in New York City I'm Jennifer king

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According to the Taliban, They Defeated the United States

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

According to the Taliban, They Defeated the United States

"Talk about afghanistan. God fa- sekine piece of real estate. it's never functioned. As a modern westphalian nation ever even under the monarchy the nation. That was home to bin laden and his al-qaeda training camps now twenty years after september eleventh is again under the control of our friends let of corrupt politicians that want to play nice with the west like qatar cy but under the control of people who want to kill you yes. The taliban quote unquote the students. The tally ban the students of islam fundamentalists. They don't hate isis. The same breed is. I says isis may want to be in control but they're all fundamentalists jihadis along with al qaeda. Now they have eighty three billion dollars worth of equipment and training that you pay for. And how are they sending that across the muslim world arab and non-arab. We defeated america. We didn't just defeat the ruthless murderous soviet union with its helicopter gunships and landmines shaped like toys to main children. We defeated the greatest station. I'm seth that's how they're selling it than jihadis are flooding back into this

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Mind the Age Gap - Age Differences When Dating

Unhinged and Bumbled up

02:16 min | Last week

Mind the Age Gap - Age Differences When Dating

"Thought begin to discuss dating and each gaps because because eventually updates men that are older than me as far as to eighteen years. Older than me appleseed guys are younger an out death notice complete So the instant to know your thoughts on if you have had a big age gap in Work for you I do have feigns. Relationships with guys are younger and the delight that at an rise ago. Veins or detail guys are older but that comes with disadvantages against both can come at advantages so they could wanted discuss. Yeah massively this is good because we haven't discussed this topic. Kappa is quite a big one because his very much. Like when you're on a dating choosing the a train that guy for and yeah I have dated someone. He was hanging out in the me when i was twenty. They will ferte and he had. It was actually. It was quite controlling relationship and yet didn't end. Well did you want to date For you as a twenty year old data Rt was that exciting. Or did you feel like you could see to your friends or hyundai zone. Is ten years older. Was it was more like a throwback way while it kinda just happened. What it was is one of my colleagues. He was dating her sister. And i went to a policy and we just got on everson and i didn't actually know how big of an age gap it was until till afterwards and then things moved very quickly and yeah my life my twenties. I think he was like two years of just Yeah like i missed out on those two years of my twenties and what twenty year old should be. Because i was dating someone who was ten years older and they were very much like this is how life has to be

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Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | Last week

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

"Beginning a three day mourning period over the death of former president abdelaziz buddha florida. He was eighty four years. Old bouteflika's twenty year long rule was riddled with corruption. But he's being honored for his role in algeria's war for independence from france. I'm

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A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:39 min | Last week

A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

"Protocols coming out in regenerative medicine that that kind of restore and re-grow articulate cartilage which that that layer of connective tissue that covers the end of our bones and allows joints to maneuver in in the past. You know we'd have to get that type of thing resurfaced or get a knee joint replacement which lot times a young person like me. Who's young been pushing. My body really hard for the past twenty years. The idea of getting a joint replacement is not that that Exciting of a prospect especially considering those those joint replacements don't don't last for real long time. This article got into everything from like brand new experimental drugs like one called spree. Fairmont which stimulates cartilage cells. These little carla shells called contra sites to grow it gets into another injectable. Drug called the laura civil servant and that inhibits the proteins that caused like carlucci generation than develop the development of of arthritis. And then it also gets into these really cool procedures like Like an inter office procedure. Where you'd actually take bone marrow out of a patient's say hip and then what you do is you would go in with a with a needle like digital ultrasound. Guided imaging and drill little holes in the in the surface where you see cartilage generation kind of like in the same way you would fertilize lawn and then you just fill all those little holes with the bone marrow and the bone marrow stimulates the new cartilage to grow in a similar ways. You would get if you were literally just like repair. All the cartilage almost like a surgical glue like a surgical cartilage glue

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Boris Epshteyn and Rudy Giuliani Discuss The Corruption of the Biden Family

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | Last week

Boris Epshteyn and Rudy Giuliani Discuss The Corruption of the Biden Family

"Got america's mayor the one and only true historic leader of this country. Mayor rudy giuliani mayor. Thanks so much for coming on or is always a pleasure. How are you. it's it's my pleasure. And my honor to have my honor to talk to you and i wanna go right back and we did this with commissioner. Kerik let's go back to nine eleven few days ago. I the honor of being there with you downtown. You give that powerhouse speech. I don't give one iota of crap. What the losers. And all of the weaklings in mainstream media say that was a powerhouse. Happy you came into it and you went hot on biden or used to be joe biden on the trader million. We know even more than we did when you were giving that speech of just how much of a trader gentleman on the pathetic st stance of the democrats in this country and the rhinos pushing back against china so mayor. I wanna thank you. I wanna thank you for your leadership. I want to thank you for your strength and wanna think of putting the country on your back twenty years ago on nine eleven and thank you for continuing to stand up. Sir thank you. It's it's a it's a. It's the thing that keeps me. Going is the fact that i know that i'm telling the truth that i have support for this year. You know it because you were there with me necessarily election allegations but also go way back to all the corruption of the biden family of thirty million dollars at least in bribes over thirty year period of pay for play scheme that started like little cheap scheme in delaware and became a massive twenty thirty million dollars for the communist. Chinese all provable. All they're all covered up by the media and the hard would have proved all of that and then now we have really the consequences of the fraud of two thousand twenty and that is the match killing people. His incompetence is letting people die. Who would not have died if we had a responsible president not even if we had trump but if we had a reasonably intelligent man operating with his full bringing

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We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:55 min | Last week

We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan

"The united states shame right over its precipitous sprint out of afghanistan shadow this country's conscience for generation every horror story and they will keep coming is partly the result of our decision to bug out the death and destruction that occur in previously secure parts of that country will be on the bipartisan decision to exit the fiasco of president biden ordered quick march out of the country with its arbitrary deadline and false proclamations of the heroic airline effort. Airlift effort will garner the most shame but barack obama and donald trump all wanted the same thing they wanted out to all three presidents lacked. What abraham lincoln possessed and george w bush often display the strenght to shoulder. The suffering of war brought home in dead and wounded. Young soldiers sailors airmen and marines the country. Tired of it too. We do not have the ability to fight a long war. Even with minimal casualties be because for us. There is no such thing as a minimal casualty. We can take station troops on board. We peacekeeping missions in kosovo but we cannot endlessly endure the loss of american life to enemy combatants so we left but our greatest centers to have left without first overseeing an exodus of those who were desperate to run from baruch theocracy. We did a portion of the saving at the last minute and those tens of thousands who did escape will be forever grateful for the eleven marines. One navy cormon and one army soldier who gave their lives at those refugees might live but for twenty years. We pretend it all of us at some sort of middle ground might emerge between the darkest midnight and the dawn of democracy. Turns out there wasn't such a middle ground and yet we owed an exit to those who relied on falso.

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The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?

One Plus One

02:14 min | Last week

The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?

"On amazon music or with one plus in the days after nine eleven it really did feel like nothing would ever be funny again. Welcome to the late show. This is our first show on the air. Sense of new york and washington were attacked. Even the men on late night had abandoned their post. Then shuffled back. One by one cowed by their lack of words to describe what had happened. Letterman came. I watching all of this. I wasn't sure of that. I should be doing a television show because for for twenty years we've been in in the city making fun of everything making fun of the city making fun of my hair making fun of paul well. Conan came the next night. I will be very honest with you. I have no idea how to do what we've been doing. I know i have no idea how we're going to get back to doing this again. That's how we all feel. And then jon stewart two nights later. I was a producer on the daily show. Then standing just offstage with the rest of the staff feeling like someone had pulled the parking brake at full speed. Our senses of humor had dropped right out of the bottom of the car. So we're we're gonna take a break. And i'm going to stop slobbering on myself in the desk and we're going to get back to this and it's gonna be fun and funny and it's going to be the same as it was and i thank you. We'll be right back. I just assumed well. We can't do humor todd. Hanson was the head writer at the satirical newspaper the onion at the time. Everyone on the staff assumed that and so we cancelled it and we just went dark and of course who cares. It's just comedy right. But here's the problem the onion isn't just a scrappy. College comedy thing anymore. They have financial backers they have payroll. They have add biased fulfil hell. They still have to pay. They might be giants. They can't just stop printing whenever they want. They have to put there next issue. A whole newspaper full of

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How to Create Your Own Product for eCommerce

Amazing FBA

02:20 min | Last week

How to Create Your Own Product for eCommerce

"What most people call market research. I call a very superficial idea. I mean it's twenty twenty one. This idea was being outlet for years. It's not enough to use helium tan or jungle scout. Whatever you up of choices if you're in the amazon space or of its new google space h refs or whatever the nfl shop or find your main traffic. John could be through legal Seo whatever it is. That is not enough in my opinion. Okay well that means you understand the keywords as being typed into google or amazon by the searches but you don't understand the lives of the searches and the search intent is always going to be a guest work so you really dive deep. I think and then the flip side of that is by diving deep into market research. It means you're creating a product is much more likely to actually exactly solve a problem for a specific insieme. So that the two sides of the same coin buddy okay so break down the steps towards what's step one. Step two step three. How do you do this. What's the routine. Yes so this is a market research side. The first thing is to start with who you are and what you know. A lot of people tend to start with keyword research and for example. Somebody who's twenty years. A doctor trying to see some brand plus it which he knew nothing about to send him. Could it be that we need to tap into your expertise in some married one. One example extreme example of somebody. I interviewed recently. Jason frontiers based on in florida actually formed the business for athletes and hip. One of his business partners has is a doctor of physical medicine. So in british contacts means a physiotherapists really genuinely expert. Very very expert in. And he's seven crawford athletes straightaway the have a competitive advantage built-in based on who's on the team which is something to really think about how you can get an item advantage built in because you have disadvantages already because you don't know what you're doing had this is your first time out with physical products or even if you go into new market and you've been selling in ten years or superfly may new market you have a built in disadvantage to build one in so. I think that's really important thing to be honest so brainstorming. What you really know. It's such a common story you just expressed and i've i've had these experiences. Well where you talk to people. And they have ten twenty thirty years of experience. In a certain industry or vocation and when it comes to them building an online business they go in just some completely random different like you know dream

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U.S., Australia and UK Unveil New Security Partnership

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | Last week

U.S., Australia and UK Unveil New Security Partnership

"The biden administration's efforts to counter chinese dominance in asia and support allies in the region is gathering steam. This week the us uk and australia agreed a landmark security pact in the indo pacific. The move will see australia. Build nuclear powered submarines for the first time the pack will also cover artificial intelligence cyber and quantum technologies. So what does all this mean for australia. Monaco's contributor in canberra ardebili. Gary sent us. This report the news that ustralia is going to be getting nuclear-powered submarines came out of the blue five years ago. We signed an agreement with the french to provide us with diesel-powered submarines. It has since become clear that these technology would not be adequate to meet security challenges. Plus they wouldn't be delivered for almost twenty years at the same time. Need security partnership between australia. The us and uk was announced called aucas. All of this is pretty big knees. Even if you're not someone to spend a lot of time thinking about submarines the full details haven't yet been announced but it is clear that it's all about sending a strong message to china. Tensions between australia and china has been increasing over the past few years so this deal is all about australia. Proving to beijing that it has big and powerful allies that it can rely on but it will get australia. Offside with other friends new zealand and pacific countries are avowedly anti nuclear. Oh new zealand has already said it won't allow the subs in its waters. Australia is a signatory to the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. So we can expect that e inspectors will be doorsteps wanting access and china has put out a statement. Saying it's irresponsible big questions now. Are this tacitly. Say that his strategy is undoubtedly in a cold war situation with china. And just how much safer will australia. Now be

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Why Mary Grabar Felt Led to Write Her Book 'Debunking the 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:34 min | Last week

Why Mary Grabar Felt Led to Write Her Book 'Debunking the 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America'

"Mary what led you to write this book. I mean others have written about this but This this obviously is something that has taken a lot of your time. Why did you focus specifically on the six thousand nineteen project. Well it was the latest History fall of lies. I had written the howard zinn book which emerged from my experience as a college instructor for twenty years when i saw the corruption of education and i learned about howard sin and so my book on howard zinn came out in twenty nineteen right around the same time that's sixteen nineteen project came out and actually day apart and i saw the sixteen nineteen project and i started reading it. And after i had written the book on howard's then i thought well can't get much worse but in its own unique way the sixteen nineteen project maybe worse especially because it's being adopted for the elementary school grades so i wanted to expose the lies and you know i am an immigrant to this country. My parents brought me from a communist country. When i was two years old and i see that this kind of propaganda is demoralizing young people causing racial conflict and a inspiring kind of marxist revolution. And i don't want that to happen. So i thought that the truth needed to be

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on KTOK

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on KTOK

"I welcome. This is news. Blue Cross Blue shield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at CBS progress, health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies DDAT mixed today, secure and tomorrow smarter. We deliver the technology, transformations. The world depends on explore the art of the possible at GD IT dot com. The summer on Mike Morgan. Hi. Jeremy sheng. You may know me SPN's outside lines in sports center. Would you probably don't know that I've suffer from disease for almost twenty years, the Crohn's colitis foundation of America's take steps be heard walk program is the largest national walk program, dedicated to raising funds, and awareness to combat Crohn's disease and Politis. To learn more about how you can help to find a walk site near you. Please, visit WWW dot CC take steps dot org. It was a dark door me night. Thunder and lightning tossing around my Flint hills. Kansas studios tonight as the rain pelts the windows perfect night to be talking about the..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on KPCC

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on KPCC

"Did you first hear about chief Edward Gallagher? I I heard about him when he was arrested in September. And what caught my eye is that this was not just any sailor who was getting arrested. It was a special operations chief in the navy seals sort of the top the elite of the entire navy d Phillips covers the military for the times. And even within the seals. This guy. Eddie Gallagher was a big deal he'd been in for almost twenty years. And in that time, he had qualified for everything pretty much that you possibly could. He was repeatedly awarded medals for heroic actions. He was an expert medic a crack sniper expert in explosives he had been a trainer at the seals. But school, you know, literally, the guy who's yelling at you. While he's making you crawl through the surf, and he had this reputation among seals as this real hard charging warrior respected loved so to see him. Suddenly arrested was really something. And what were the accusations against chief caliber what the people in the platoon say is that when they ploy to Iraq in two thousand seventeen he kind of went off the rails. He spent most of his time in a hidden sniper perch, where he would fire five or ten times as much as other snipers. They say he would shoot indiscriminately at civilians in the city at one point he shot a girl who was wearing a flower head job who was going down to the river with friends and other sealed through their scope saw the body carried off by the other girls. And in another case, he shot an old man, they say and that man collapsed. This is just an old man walking down the street. That's what they say. I mean, this is a war zone. But it's also a place where millions of people live, and so that was common. And in fact, the seal say that they grew so concerned about him firing at civilians that they would regularly fire warning shots, you know, sometimes only a meter to from civilians to scare them away. So that their chief wouldn't have a clear shot. And then in may of last year something else happened. They were behind the lines during a battle where the Iraqi special forces were fighting ISIS fighters and during this fight, an ISIS fighter was wounded in the leg. And he was brought back a little ways.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on KTOK

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on KTOK

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm looking at your calls here. There's a nice one. Somebody has a positive statement. Oh, folks, people are not. All right. Let me reintroduce the male female our. I'm Dennis Prager. Everyone say the second Arab by show men and women is the subject. So today, I'm asking what did you learn or think you've learned about the opposite sex, not just your husband or wife, but the opposite sex as a result of being married? So I I want to reemphasize, and maybe you know, what we should do happiness. Our on this. Everything requires work. You know, speaking on this Jordan Peterson. In his very. He he and I by the way, we'll be in dialogue at a press conference. That that should be a wonderful dialogue. And. He has a very interesting take on religion. He all do you believe that God he said, I live as if I believe in God. As if there is a God. That is exactly correct answer that that is exactly right. So he he's made it you make decisions in life. Everything everything that says it takes work. The only thing people think you should work for essentially as an income. Not marriage, not faith, not happiness. Work on happiness. What either you're happy or not? See, that's what people think, you know, why? Because nobody's taught wisdom. Nobody. Most people are not taught wisdom. I was taught you were for everything. Okay. Let's go to a happy one Khanna. If that's correct is. That's your name in Buckeye, Arizona. Is that your name Kana or channel? Hi, dennis. It is actually Shawna. Oh, it's China. I thought it was a Jewish or Hebrew name like an S H sauna. Okay. Know why? When I realized that I thought I don't know how many there are in Buckeye Arezzo. Okay. Hi. Hi. So what I believe I learned about men when I was married. I would say from us tonight. Marriage was that men are selfish, but listening to your show and and just studying Ellison Armstrong's work. I have some change your mind and have very good reasons to believe that men indeed are not selfish. Well. Yes. You have the more. You all the time. You have a more positive view of men after marriage. Well, I would say it's been it's been about fifteen years in since I have changed ninety. Oh, we've been married for almost twenty years this year. And unfortunately, it's been a long time. But I believe men were selfish until the last five years. Allison, I'm Sean work on radio. Explain to people by giving an example what that means. Okay. So I know a caller earlier was talking about you know, that has been watching TV or I know one for me was my husband would get home from work, and I wouldn't understand why she wouldn't pay attention to me and the kids right away. And then I learned about this time period that he needs for break when he comes home. Attensition though that for women quickly looks like resentment that resentment looks like bitterness, and that bitterness turns into apathy and a previous caller was talking about on and just letting herself go, and and I believe we wanna do this to ourselves the allow this bitterness to turn into apathy. And I don't care what I looked like I don't care if he if he finds me attractive anymore. I'm just upset the way that she doesn't treating. And unfortunately, I think this is all just a big misunderstanding. Well, it's a credit to you that you learned that you were open to doing so very happy for you. And your husband. See it's very interesting. I I always have admiration for people who hear something whether it's on this show or elsewhere. And then it changes their mind. When people tell me, am, I get everything in life. I get tremendous attacks and I get tremendous compliments. But. When people tell me, I you know, you changed my life. I tell you..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're getting straightforward advice on how to plan for a secure in a comfortable retirement. And we're talking about women money and retirement. And of course, we've been talking about that women live typically live longer than men and no one wants to become a widow. But it is important to understand what your financial standing would be like, and Eric I know that you always tell us we need to plan with the end in mind, and do you often find or see couples who are really thinking about that? You know, like, let's come up with a plan. What if I died today or what if I die tomorrow? Do you see that often definitely it somewhat? But sadly, I think probably don't see it enough. So the times I've seen it. Unfortunately, have been usually times where lots of the husband does have some illness. I remember quite some time ago pray almost twenty years ago. Now, there's actually somebody I knew from church, and they had three boys which Iran was turned out to be ironic because at the time, I didn't have three boys. Yeah. He got really sick. And actually visit him as housing has turned out to be his deathbed. But we figured out some other ways to throw some money into his life insurance. Give them a little bit extra death benefit from right before he passed away and other things and really worked with his his wife after that for several years, helping her kinda learn the whole ropes of paying the bills and all that stuff that you have to have to learn right? But I find so many couples today actually aren't really thinking about that. And then what happens is. I ended up having people where they said, oh, well here we just want him to do just give us a recommendation on this one account. So they didn't want to do the whole process. They just said, hey, we we this money in the Bank cues tell someplace to put this and the kind of vetoed. The idea of love looking at everything and I'm thinking about one one couple in particular were. Yeah, he was totally healthy. And then a year later, he was gone. And he was always late sixty s. Yeah. Wasn't that old or anything, and they weren't planning on all that stuff? Of course. And and that's the hard part is if they weren't paying attention to that they want sit down and do a whole plan and had they done that. We would have thought about these things a lot more and had a lot more options because that's one of those things where you have to always hope for the best, but you got planned for the worst. And if you haven't done that worst plan that worst part happens, and then usually it's too late to do a lot of things just to fix those. And and so, yeah, that's that's I think been the the hard part is what you see situations like that where people should have been planning about that. And go both ways because I've also had a few women dying, and what other husbands widowers, and sometimes maybe the women are in new this guys are more of a wreck than the woman after because. Because they were the ones do it all the stuff around the house getting the food and all this other stuff stuff. Sometimes the maybe nothing numbers aren't as bad. But everything else is way worse off who. Yeah. So it is was things where nobody likes to confront these issues. Nobody likes to talk about when you might not be here, but doesn't make it go away. Yeah. You really still have to be talking about it. Just ignoring it doesn't doesn't solve it at. All. Right. And so, yeah, I think that's probably one of the critical things that if you have an overall plan that's usually in there. But unfortunately, a lot Stansfield I'll sit down there and do that. And so that can be a then comeback and hurt somebody. So what you're telling us Eric is that it's really really important for a husband and a wife to do survivorship planning. Right. Yeah. Needed to have some stuff like Kenner legacy section of our blueprint, worry less. Well to talk about. Ideally, getting a trust and trust doesn't die when you die. It just keeps Colleen so then just who changes assets around and part of that would also be making sure all the beneficiaries are. Correct. And that they're written out the right way of seen so many messed up issues with that. And then also looking at life insurance is that life insurance still around is a life insurance. Still accurate. The hard part is for a lot of people today, they get from their their company, and when you leave your company that that insurance goes away. I also recently had somebody who's she shared this one life insurance policy the president. So the paperwork on it. And I said, you know, this goes away three years. It's when it ends. She's like what? Yeah. You buy a twenty year term at your seventeen years into it. And she's got a child who high school? I think time so. Yeah. That was a little bit earlier than she wanted that to add. So yeah. Knowing those types of things knowing what survivorship benefits to each other have obviously with social security other stuff to you have any military VA staff or anything like that old old pension plans for maybe a company, and then also, of course, after Sony pass away, you have to retired all the accounts will just knowing where all the accounts are knowing where all your bills are what credit cards one of the tough ones to is is sometimes you'll see the card mainly one person's name and other persons authorized signer, but not an actual user of the card that primary person passes away that that count goes away one hundred percent authorized user, but they're not they're not the person on the account. We're talking today about women money and retirement, and I'd like to focus on choosing a financial advisor right now. All right. Whether it be a woman who is suddenly a widow or just anybody. What don't you explain what we need to be looking for Eric when we're trying to find somebody to work with especially in retirement. Well, there's a couple of different things you want to be focused on one is what do they actually do? So what I mean by that is are they focused on people and distribution planning return where they actually using the money where they're the payout phase of life. Because when you're in the cumulation phase, your twenties, thirties, forties and fifties. It really doesn't matter when you make money, and when you lose money, it's all the same in the end because you didn't do any withdrawals. However, once you start withdrawing that money it gets to be super critical. How you spend it how you take assez. How how's that money coming in? I mean, really the crazy part about retirement is you create your own paycheck. First and foremost, I wanna make sure the person is somebody who specializes in people when they're withdrawing money from the retirement, not just an investment manager, which I'd say priorities half. This industry is there's people who are just managing money and their their approach will be. Oh, we'll take out so much percentage and the you'll be fine lesson. No late happens or less this or less. I don't want to hope and pray plan. I want a real plan. And so that'd be one thing. The other part would be are they independent are they a registered investment adviser where they have to do what's in your best interest. No matter what everybody else says the only ones legally bound to do. What's in your best interests are people who have the terms registered investment advisor on their card or it might say investment advisory Representative, but those are the ones who really want look for. And then for women definitely make sure that guys listen to you or the ladies listening to you if if that financial advisers mostly focused on your husband. Oh my gosh. Yeah. You need somebody better. So it doesn't feel right. Aden, right. If it don't feel good that just keep coming back to that person. And I've seen that more and more where where lot of times they just got. Yeah. This never talks only wants to talk to my husband, and yeah, it's awful. So that'd be the kind of the main things to be looking for obviously what I'll check their background you want to check out. All the stuff about them in terms, and we've got a list of that people of questions people can ask, and it's really good to have that to know what should be asking. What should be checking about in terms of their their background and their their history. You wanna make sure I do they have complaints against them. Do the bankruptcies other things that that may be a sign that might lead them to not give you the best advice possible. Right. So that's the main thing we're looking at is how to pick somebody. I mean, I definitely have somebody independent. I've said ideally, registered investment advisor. I mean, that's what we are here at Heckman financial. That's what we do sit down with people. And we we helped them through this process. We create that blueprint to worry less wealth for rare that income investment tax healthcare and legacy plan valley. See where all your money's at see what path you're on. And if there's issues we'll tell you, and that's up to you. If you want to fix them against no cost, no obligation for this. And you'll learn a lot of stuff. I mean, I don't know why else people would want to do that. So if you wanna take the time really adventure owns personal situation..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Megan Barth, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show. Megan, how are you? I'm doing great get to be with you. Let's talk about sexism, racism immigration and dirty voter rolls number one. When when Cavanaugh went through the held, and he went through whether it was Julie, sweat Nacre Blasi Ford. I said let's see what they have to say. We can't assume some person is correct on their memorises twenty to thirty to forty years ago because words, come out of their mouth. Normally these things can be tested. And so I hate to find myself in a position more or less the defending Justin Fairfax, Lieutenant governor from Virginia. But these two women are no three in two thousand sixteen to nineteen years ago alleged sexual assault in each time. The one was at Duke University one was at the DNC national convention or John Kerry was was nominated each them at access to nine one one to the police departments to determine them in. If somebody raped you. I think you call the police neither one called the police. So give me your analysis, adjacent Fairfax. And where this thing goes from here. Well, I I think you really have to look at the poverty of the left because there was a rush to judgment specifically with cabin on Dr Christine by before we are. She was trying to recall things thirty years ago. She didn't have the time she knew the place. But yet all women must be believed. That was the mantra that all the Democrats and even some Republicans were telling us, and so when you look at the metoo movement, whether you look at the charges against Lieutenant governor Fairfax or you look at Keith Ellison in Minnesota when he was running for attorney general he had multiple women that came forward that actually went to the police and file Cleese reports had text messages, even videos and the Democrats ignored these accusations. So really, it's not all women are to be believed. It's only the women that make accusations against alleged Republican men like Cavanaugh. And so we see this over the over. History whereby whether it's Bill Clinton, whether it's Keith Ellison, whether it's Harvey Weinstein, whether it's as Fairfax democrat, women and most of them are Democrats most of them volunteers for the democrat party or for the candidate like Bill Clinton. They're all democrat women that are levying these allegations against powerful democrat men, all of a sudden the metoo movement or the feminist or the Democrats go silent. So I think it's really the poxy that surrounds these allegations rather than the presumption of guilt before being proven innocent. And that's really the tenant that all of us must keep. But the Democrats keep it knowing that tenant based on political political need as well as political character assassination. And I think what happens down the road is that the Democrats are doing this to to the Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax because the next time it happens to a Republican they can go after them with hoax and clause because they can say look what look what we did to Fairfax. You know, when the second woman came. Forward and said, it was a premeditated attack in the year, and the two thousand this was known to the Virginia political establishment before the last election, like governor congressman Scott knew about it. But didn't do anything about it. And isn't it incumbent upon a victim on a serious crime to turn that person into the police and not wait almost twenty years? Well, it is incumbent. But when you look at really the stat related to read. Now a lot of women come forward because of the shame surrounding that crime. And so, you know, that's why the presumption of innocence is such a precious tenant in our system. And when you have as a woman when you have of sexual harassment sexual assault sexual abuse, the onus is on the victim in order to prove that the attacker is guilty, and that's a huge carry. And it also brings more shame right to your either public or personal life. These these witnesses or these alleged victims that have come forward if we were to adopt. The Democrats motto that all women should be believed. The Democrats have come forward and said that Justin Fairfax Lieutenant governor. Fairfax must resign because they have a precedent of assuming guilt before. Or presuming innocence, and that's a very dangerous slippery slope. And that's something that we've been talking about since cavenaugh, and it goes on and on. But just my I did a lot of work as a criminal defense attorney for the man allegedly charges raping a woman or for a man or woman who alleges domestic violence and an era domestic violence. It is to one charge where there's motivation not to turn them into us have for political benefit or personal benefit down the road. And all I'm saying is that if assault took place against me or a burglary or robbery or God knows what else I would dial nine one one of these two women Meredith Watson and the professor from California who are the alleged victims certainly had access to nine one one system to women helping women and all these things and the twenty-first century neither one made themselves available for that at a time. It could be tested accurately. You can't go back nineteen years and prove or not prove a rape took place because it's unprovable we'll because the evidence. Has gone. But if the rape actually took place of Meredith Watson in the year two thousand and she had a duty legally immorally to come forward to this guy's a rapist. He maybe raping other women. And so she had the responsibility to come forward and say, I want this guy arrested that this Justin Fairfax character. Did this to me it was young man probably about twenty one twenty two years old? He was a Duke. And so she had the I think the duty to come forward to stop from from doing this again and to protect other women, and if she fails to do so and Justin Fairfax is willing to go under oath, and at this point Meredith Watson as said, I think on Thursday Friday, she's wanting to go under oath. How do you resolve Fairfax? How do you? How do you say? Yes, or no it happened. Well, that's the mystery that surrounds all this. And that's why we have a judicial system in order to set out all of the alleged Alec or the allegations as well as the proof if anything should exist, but I have to bring us back to specifically. You know, the Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison who was recently elected. He had plenty of proof against him. He had police reports against him. He had women that had come forward with text messages and a history of abuse. There was a pattern, and as you're never as a criminal for criminal defense attorney, you look patterns in order to establish some sense of guilt, or at least a pattern of behavior rather that would preclude you to determine whether or not this pattern of behavior is really the person or the perpetrator that committed these crimes, you know. So far, we have two women that have come out against. Lieutenant governor of Virginia and Virginia has a lot of problems right now. And so when the Democrats, you know, went down this road, specifically with just six Festus cavenaugh would even women retracting what they had said because they didn't remember or they had fabricated their story or they were pressured by whomever to make these allegations. That's why our fourth amendment and the presumption of innocence before guilt is so precious and needs to be protected, and the Democrats really have backed themselves into a corner based on their ignorance or there or there in defiance of recognizing the law at hand in Megan Barth, speaking of ignorance, how about a new green deal that eliminates. All buses all airplanes and means railroad you have take a railroad to get through Europe or Hawaii. How about a new green deal that says that if you don't work we're gonna pay you not to work Stanford University said on Friday that the original eyeball cost to this? Upfront would be something north of sixteen trillion dollars. I said sixteen trillion eyeballing it upfront and suddenly AO see because he represents the viewpoints of the mainstream media, suddenly she's an oracle Adelphi. How ridiculous is this? Well, it's so ridiculous. That are her staff had removed from her website when she originally. Senator Murkowski of of Massachusetts. I believe we've got seventy Democrats but have back this field. But now they're trying to say well, the deal that they announced to the public really wasn't the deal that they wanted to announce well, you can't take it back. Once it's out there the internet is forever. And so we have we have the socialist uprising and the democrat party the anti-capitalist uprising to put us back to the dark ages. Really? I mean, what about the ecosystem of the ocean? How are we you know, if they're environmentalists that they're really green whether it's not reading with MD, but green as far as environmental protectors. How are they going to just build these trains over the Atlantic the Pacific? How are we going to get to Hawaii? I I'm from California. I'm a refugee now from California that lives in Nevada. We were supposed to build a high-speed train from Los Angeles to Las Vegas has cost us billions of dollars and not even a whole has been. Duck. So if the world is greed and twelve years as Alexandria, Cossio Cortez claims to be the trains, not going to get felts in twelve years across any ocean. They can't even build it on land. Well, assuming we do all these things and we start living in caves again, and we stopped by the flatulence coming from the butts a cows, assuming we do all this does this apply to India, Pakistan. Does this apply to Russia and China are they going to do the same thing? And if they assuming they don't do the same thing, it will have no impact on the environment. Anyway. Well, exactly, and that's really simply the whole climate change, formerly global warming mantra of the socialist left is nothing more than a redistribution of left it taking from the haves and then redistributed really to government and it never filters down to the true needy. I and so what they said is that well, we'll guarantee food. We'll guarantee housing woke guaranteed jobs for all. Well, if your food is Brett beans and water if your apartment is nine hundred square feet, if your job is a little level job. Well, that's great, especially in socialist, countries you and I have many of us have traveled to European countries. We see what socialism looks like just because everybody is equal doesn't mean everyone is prosperous usually it means everyone is miserable. And so like Barack Obama said you didn't build that. And so this climate change Canard based on faulty science is nothing more than a socialist redistribution of wealth taking from the haves and then with the importation of the had not specifically third world migrants coming to our southern border illegally will create a more dependent class. And that's why you see the Democrats the socialists turning their backs on American citizens in favor of those who are here illegally. You see it there in Nevada explained the impact on illegal immigration in the state of Nevada, which is taken over California. Arizona I think in the next election twenty twenty of course, California's gone Nevada's gone. Arizona's gone Colorado has gone am I right or wrong that illegal immigration and the votes that generates if turn those states the deep blue? Yeah. You're absolutely correct. And the chairman St. Michael McDonald, Republican chairman is now going to try to get a ballot initiative on the twenty twenty ballots in order to have but a legal immigration affected us in Nevada here two weeks ago. Donald Trump at knowledge the family, the three generations of the family impacted by illegal immigration. We had four murders in six days in northern Nevada at the hands of a nineteen year old illegal alien from El Salvador, he burglarized all four of them one of them three times. Use a gun in the burglary shot to women in Gardner.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on KTOK

"Glenn Beck program for any longtime listener of the program. You know that Jeffy has been one of our producers for almost twenty years, and and had a massive massive almost fatal heart attack over the holiday had one hundred percent blockage in one artery and fifty percent blockage. In the other about eighty or ninety percent of the people that have a heart attack like this don't survive somehow or another this this iron giant did. And he's back today. And we will have him on the program to talk about that coming up in about an hour and a half from now you don't wanna miss a second of the show. We're talking about the president and his his address tonight from the Oval Office is the first from behind the resolute desk. And this is an important one. He's gonna talk about the national emergency. Whether he declares a national emergency or not, we don't know. But this is a legal way for the president to get the wall built it is a highly controversial way to get it built. He is going to apparently possibly if folk the Bill that was passed by both houses, including signed by Barack Obama, then Senator and Senator Hillary Clinton to build a border wall into thousand six and he's going to say the Pentagon has the money, and this is a national emergency. We bringing Pat gray from the Pat gray unleashed podcast which airs right before this program, and you can sign up by the way, blaze TV dot com slash Beck. Use the code Beck, and you can get access to this show and news and white matters. Japan is also on Pat gray unleashed, much, Steven Crowder. Steven Crowder, come. Comes back on January seventeenth. I think which is great all brand new Steven Crowder episodes. Alright. So we're trying to make a pro and con list and Pat on the pro I have it's permanent. It's a permanent solution. It does help with security it provides accountability, which I think everybody wants somebody wants somebody to stand up and say, I'm responsible. But also, I would say that it also helps in the drug war for sure I mean that is a national emergency. What we have coming across our borders right now, our southern border in particular with Fenton, all and heroin and. And Oxycontin that is a national emergency. I expect that to be a big part of the pitch tonight too. Because that's that is an escalating issue with opioids and everything else and part of that is related to heroin coming across the border. It's where most of it comes from as far as a pro. I don't think it'll happen. Any other way was not gonna they're not gonna do it. The only way to do it the only way to do it. So I have a whole Butler to stuff on the on the pro list on the con- list. There's one really there's really only one it's not the right way to do it. How what do we do when somebody the next president comes in? And and tell me that if it's you know, Vado or Beto he comes in or Kamala, Harris, Hillary Clinton. And she comes in. And she says climate change is a national emergency. Saying that without without law. Back rarity saying they could also do that regardless of whether he declares an emergency to build the wall. It could happen anyway. But I get the point the point is is this the right way to do it. And of course, it isn't. But it won't get done any other way. I think we've seen that. It was ordered. It was by law in two thousand six the fence shall be built. And somehow it wasn't well somehow happened with Kay Bailey Hutchinson. Yes. Yep. Came in and said well offense, where it's appropriate and you can use other technologies and security in other areas. So just. With. But they never did anything about it right now. They haven't done any of it. I haven't done any of it. And only now or even repairing some of the broken down areas of the fence. That's the only thing they've done so far. And so that's also goes to the permanency of that. That is a that is to me a con because you can build this. But then not repair it future presidents cannot repair it and you've got nothing. Yeah. He got nothing. Yeah. And it looks like it's changing from a wall to offense now again, which I take the double fencing because that's really effective in it's proven to be effective in the San Diego area. They built a double and in some parts of the border. It's a triple wall. And then they have a space between the fences where the border patrol goes up and down patrolling and erode right drive back and forth and vehicles. Yes. And it reduced illegal crossings by ninety five ninety five percent. I will tell you. You guys didn't go with me when I went to Israel, a very first time Jeffey did. And we went and we were on the border of Syria. We're up on a up on our way to Lebanon, we're on the border of Syria, and they had a border fence. And it was a it was a double chain-link razor wire fence, but all of the sand on each side in the middle and on each side had been raped caso is perfectly rake. There are no footprints in it. And I said can we stop I want to take a picture of this? And the driver said you don't wanna stop here. And I said we were out in the middle of absolutely nowhere. I mean nowhere their house in an hour. We were nowhere. And he said you don't want to stop here. And I said why is dangerous and he said, no. But you're going to be questioned and I said question, there's no way we haven't seen a car. He said, okay. He said, but do not step on the sand. And I said, okay. So I got out and they took a picture before. I could turn around. There was a there was a border guard on my tail excuse me. Asking you what we were doing who were who we were. I mean that that border is secure, and it's just two fences. And they rake that sand to be able to see if there's any footprints on it, and you know, immediately, and they actually patrol it. I'm fine with that. I'm fine with that. They take it. Seriously. The wall to fence conversation is making us, right? Like what we want is a barrier to stop like, I understand that. That's what Trump said. And that's why the media is so focused on it because they want to prove that Trump didn't come through with his promise. The American people though, look at that and say what we want people stopping stop from crossing the border with. Reason why Trump people in me want a wall and not a fence is because I don't believe I don't believe that they will actually patrol that fence. I don't think they're actually going to patrol it. Maybe this president will do you think the next president? Will you go with wire cutters and cut it out if they don't if they don't they don't they don't care, but a fence or a wall is more difficult. Right. A wall. Yeah. Especially the one he described at one of his campaign stops with the concrete and steel rebar thirty or forty feet high. Yeah. That would be that would be difficult. It'd be difficult. I mean, again, if you don't patrol it, you can take that any wal mart. I mean, they're going to have to still patrol at some level, but it would be more difficult, and that's the that's the issue here is to try to make these things more difficult. So where do you stand on this? Well, we do we finish with the cons list. I mean, you think that is that it. Just just the fact that it's just not the right process of doing again. I think so that's what I think. Yeah. Because I'm absolutely in favor of a wall of a wall.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"I have not been this Africa it almost twenty years. I'm just deciding that one lately. Man back to the thing. Sorry to interrupt. My battle choosing the right things to pack. One thing I've really hopes, and I'm likely I tend to ova pack fearing, I'll forget something. I'll actually now have an idea of how many days I'm likely to be away from judge how much we're going to be shooting and how many batteries as redundancies hot drives. I actually need without overdoing it. So then you can just take. Okay. I only need one chidren full batteries instead of two and eight. So then I can take the full bay power strip instead of the eight bay one and that can actually add up to a favorite away at the end. Wow. Wow. From from a video point of view some batteries. I'm just put out just pull up some props. Yeah. Yeah. Go for it. You guys have it way hotter than us apart from the cost of it. All that stuff is just huge. It's huge. Yeah. So so yes, It's Hugh. So so here's his his via mount battery. I'll just hold it to my head. So you get the scale like an old. I put. So for scale, so it's like a pack of cigarettes. Then basically, no, no, no. This is. You got it. You got it went right over my head. Come down here and say that we can keep jumping certain caps off. Yeah. Fly kick to the chins. But what you can do is like so these are made by Cole. Is w x so they make many one, and this is the exact same, you know, hurts or whatever it is as the big one. And the thing is these will run my lots for two hours or they will run my camera all day. So yes that bigger and chunkier, but I just need one of these. I just need two of them. And that's two days worth of batteries for my camera on shit. Say see nothing. Yeah. That's that's it. So so, yeah, the bigger and chunkier, and they take hours to charge all that kind of jazz. But the advantage is you can't take fewer of them. Yeah. Back to the whole favourite airline, my generally within the states like you guys say you win win possible. Jetblue I used to love virgin virgin is no more. And but I got to tell you the best airline that I flown so far has been Japan Air, you guys are flown on Japan Air, so you fly Japan airbag to Tokyo every now, and then and just the the contrast of the level of service, both before you get on the plane and on the plane versus some of these other airlines that you guys mentioned, you know, specifically when it comes to mind is like American Airlines, you know, the American Airlines and airlines of that ilk. Like, you said did they just don't seem to care you go from being a customer to being an annoyance? I remember his last flights. I took I was doing a talk in Ohio for Panasonic. And I think I was I was I forget the airline. They might have been American and I fly out there. Or I go to the game. Eight and I had a question and the two gate agents are talking to each other. You guys have been here. Many times talking to each other and you walk up what your roller bag or whatever? And you stand there patiently. And they just continue talking. They won't they won't say, oh, we'll be right with you, sir. None of that. They just continue talking. And until you say excuse me. And then you get the is like can I help you? What are you don't deny pay you to for me to be here? So yeah. So Japan Air, you don't get that. It's very polite and courteous, at least my experience, some people may have horror stories, right? Although I will I will tell a quick story about that. I was I was working on a I was shooting footage for photography workshop in Fiji, and a very well known photographer who I will not name and shame on you guys off to the show..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"He'll be eighty six years old. And I'm very very close. I've been waiting now for almost twenty years I've been to different states and six different stations. And my dad has never miss the show. He has never been sick. A couple of times it was in the hospital. But whenever he's been okay. He's never missed a show. So I learned from from good man of RV. I knew I wanted to be a dad just like him and father did change. Everybody knows those measure say I've got a wild side. I was fired in New York. A couple of times very controversial early. You know, post news running I party and fifty I'm the show and party. And this giant games shown when I was a while, man. And when my kids were born could be completely on. It's been changed me right away not right away. But after a while, it certainly did and perspective chain. And you start to realize what you saw was important before ain't all that important. So luckily, I grew up in a in a very tight knit, you know, middle class Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York. And like I said my God. And I was very close very close to this day. And I took a lot of what he did with me. And so that with my children, and I think now with three generations of Rosen for like that Harvey being my son Gabriel, I think it works out quaint role very very close. Yeah. And I think you're right on with that their change happens over time having a kid doesn't necessarily hit you right away. But one of the best changes, I think that brings us that. I it kind of makes you treat other kids the way you want your child to treated, and that really opens the door for you to start treating other people the way you want to be treated, and that really goes a long way to make a better community, better culture, better society. And that's why I think if we could just nourish our family units strengthen our family values and just celebrate family life. I don't think we see half of the problems that we're seeing in this country right now. Well, there's no doubt. And a lot of the problems. We see. See happen within broken families. I mean, I'm not gonna say that the one examples of families that go to church together on Sunday together on Saturday, and and only tight-knit that won't issues. All of course, there on we know that, but I really believe in my heart appoint that'd be good. He physically study, and they probably have I don't know that a lot of the big issues. I mean, look at the last couple of years, you know, you go down to point land. For example, I live very close to their shooting Valentine's Day that was the kid nNcholas who's broken kids came from a broken home. He had adopted parents his parents, whatever it was that was not a kid that had the love that your child for my child has. And there are countless examples about if you go back and look at a lot of the, you know, the so really senseless crimes that we've seen over the last few teams to be the case. Okay. No, physical studies. I can only tell you about. But my feeling is is that most families that aren't tight-knit and do things together. How much better shot being presumptive in considerations than folks who don't have those values that core and those traditions the fall back on? Yeah. The stats are overwhelming said fatherhood dot org is one place. You can find.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on Here & Now

"This Keith Aena is FaceTime ING with her daughter Irma Flores. This is the easiest way for the to to keep in touch. Right means. The Keith Aena asks how her new great grandson is sleeping, but Keith Aena hasn't met her great grandson, CI lives in all Salvador. Flores lives in Hazel a city. North of Boston floors has lived in Massachusetts for almost twenty years with TPS. The temporary immigration status allows people from countries devastated by natural disasters or civil war to stay in the US without fear of deportation in since two thousand one. When El Salvador was hit by back back earthquakes TPS for that country has been regularly renewed until earlier this year when the Trump administration announced the end of the program Florus says, it's hard to comprehend. The thought of returning to El Salvador is stiff ical. I never had time to us about my own fun me. I just need that time tool fielded out. Okay. We have to make some decisions. Decisions like, does she leave behind her daughter, her son and her grandchildren? Does she leave behind her career, working with the city of Somerville, an estimated seven thousand Salvadorans living in New England with TPS are facing similar decisions doesn't mind. What are the reasons you came to this country, but I think we have been demonstrating to the government. We are workers. People with TPS are authorized to work in the US the center for American progress. Estimates Salvadoran TPS holders pump more than four hundred million dollars into Massachusetts GDP annually because many of the recipients like Flora's have been living here for so long. They've started families, they own businesses, and they've bought homes and they're not only pumping money into communities here, but also into communities back in their home country of El Salvador, gone new, finish on the MAC, the law in support the time. And became the most important sort of reporting revenue. Oscar Ciccone executive director of Alleanza America's and umbrella group of immigrant advocates. He says remittances, money sent by Salvadorans living abroad primarily in the US replaced revenue from exports of sugarcane coffee and cotton. These cash crops took a big hit during Salvador's civil war in the eighties and early nineties. The Salvadoran central Bank. Now, estimates that close to sixteen percent of the country's gross national income comes from remittances just over five million dollars were sent back to l. Salvador from the US last year that's up nearly ten percent from the year before. So why the increase Ciccone points to the end of TPS before people the you're out of futa four days a win, they would able to keep sending more knee may becoming demon people in all Salvador. Also fear the end of TPS. Santa Sunday is a small city about. An hour's drive east of San Salvador. That's where Irma flora says, mother is smoking the NIA owns a bakery the day. We visit the afternoon, humidity mixes with the aroma, fresh baked bread. Floating in the air. Keith Aena is wearing a red and white checkered apron slicing pieces of homemade pesto delay chain. And Samantha. They will say she stands behind steel bars while she works. Taking off her apron. Heath Aena sits down and explains why she hopes her daughter Florus never moves back north assume vying Northrop ice north. Our situation here in our country isn't good. There's a lot of crime. There's extortion here. Close to the center of San Vicente is a little calmer, but a little ways up there. People are killed daily. All of the businesses. Almost the majority are extorted at one point to Neha says she was doing out twenty five hundred US dollars in one day five thousand US dollars another day. She says, young men were collecting the money for a local gang. They'd come in demand the payment and threatened to kill her. If she didn't pay him. The NIA had dreams of growing her business and recently tried opening a second location, but she says that sort of thing isn't a puzzle ability here. Verson Becky. The result was that on two occasions they assaulted me. They tied me up. They pressed their guns against me. They took everything value, money, clothing, everything. So I had to close because the idea was to get ahead with the business, but with the situation, the way it is here, no..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Can you explain to everyone the new red shirt rule and how it directly affects what's going on today? Clemson, and also we'll talk about Alabama in a second. Absolutely. The coaches have been pushing for this rule for almost twenty years now they they wanted a way to say, hey, we can play some guys for a little bit of the season, but still red shirt. And the reason they wanted that is, you know, if you've got some guys hurt toward the end of the year, you didn't wanna have to. Let's let's say you had three defensive tackles and your backup gets hurt. And the third guy is a guy you wanted to redshirt in the back of south for one game, and it's the eleventh game of the season and you don't want to have to play your your star. Better for the entire game. Because that's not safe for him. Right. Well, they said, let's do this role so that they can play four games and as long as they play four or fewer games, they can richer. And so they pushed that through and they finally got it passed this year. And so one of the kind of side effects this rule is. Especially if you're a graduated senior or a guy who's about graduating Kelly, Bryant graduated in may. You can kind of dip, you're towing your senior season and then say, you know what? I'm my role here is not what I want. I'm gonna shut it down and I'll go to another school next year and play immediately one more year because there's also a graduate transfer will you know, if you transfer as an undergraduate, you have to sit out for a year, but if you've already graduated, you can. You can go somewhere and play immediately. So Kelly Bryant can go play in another school all season next season. And he's got that year instead of having to sit behind Trevor Lawrence for the rest of this year, and it's cost career's over..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"Almost twenty years of passed since nine eleven. It is time to take stock of where we stand and stop and think. It is time to ask ourselves, have the assumptions and policies we develop in the wake of those tragic events truly made us more secure, have the made our societies both in Europe and they knew in the United States more resilient. I've worked all my life in the field of security and defense, and I am convinced the now more than ever. We need to radically reframe the way we think and act about security and especially about international security by international security. I actually mean what we do, how we prepare countries to better respond and prevent external threats. And now we protect our citizens. The key to both is to focus on protecting civilians, both in our own countries and in those where we are present in the name of security. Now, this idea goes against the fixed narrative that we developed over the past twenty years over what security is and how to get it. But then narrative is flawed and worse. It is counterproductive. Over the past twenty years, both in the United States and in Europe, we've come to accept that we must talk about security in zero-sum terms as the only way to gain more security is by compromising values and rights security versus you. My rights safety versus freedom and development. This is a false opposition. He just doesn't work like that. We need to recognize the security in Yuma rights are not opposite values. They are intrinsically related. After all the most basic human right is the right to live and to be free from violence and a states. Most basic responsibility at least to guaranteed right for its citizens. Conversely, if we think about communities all over the ward affected by war and conflict, it is insecurity and violence that stops them from a fool, full freedom and development. Now, they need basically security just as much as we do and they needed Sunday live a normal life and so that they can enjoy their human rights. This is why we need to shift. We need to acknowledge the sustainable security builds on our phone Dacian of Yuma rights, build some promoted and respecting human rights. Also over the past two decades. We have accepted that the best way to guarantee our own security is by defeating our enemies and to do that. We need to rely almost exclusively on the military. Again, disclosure with my work with my research. We what I seen the field. What I see is that building sustainable security as a lot less to do with crushing enemies as a lot less to do with winning on the battlefield and has a lot more to do with protecting victims and building stability. And to do that while the military alone is simply insufficient. This is why I believe we need to shelve the never ending war on terror, and we need to replace it with a security agenda that is driven by the principle of protecting civilians, no matter where they're from what password day old or where they live than COO over New York Kabul Mosul Aleppo or Duma. Sustainable security tells us that we're more likely to have long-term security at home for ourselves. He, we focus our engagements abroad on protecting civilians and own ensuring their lives are lived in dignity and free from violence. For example, we all know that defeating is, is, is the security achievement? Absolutely. But rebuilding destroyed homes, restoring order, ensuring that Representative political system. These are just as if not more important and not just. For the security of civilians, senior rock in Syria before our own security and for global stability. More fundamentally. ISIS danger should not just be countenanced in number of weapons. It holds, but also in the number of children, it has kept out of school or indoctrinated. This is from a security perspective, from a security perspective, the long-term generational impact over the millions of children in Syria growing up knowing only war and out of school. This is a far more dangerous threats to stability than all of ISIS weapons combined. And we should spend just as much time and just as much energy to counter this as what we spent when countering ISIS may literally. Over the past two decades. Our security policy has been short term..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Almost twenty years of passed since nine eleven. It is time to take stock of where we stand and stop and think. It is time to ask ourselves, have the assumptions and policies we develop in the wake of those tragic events truly made us more secure, have the made our societies both in Europe and they knew in the United States more resilient. I've worked all my life in the field of security and defense, and I am convinced the now more than ever. We need to radically reframe the way we think and act about security and especially about international security by international security. I actually mean what we do, how we prepare countries to better respond and prevent external threats. And now we protect our citizens. The key to both is to focus on protecting civilians, both in our own countries and in those where we are present in the name of security. Now, this idea goes against the fixed narrative that we developed over the past twenty years over what security is and how to get it. But then narrative is flawed and worse. It is counterproductive. Over the past twenty years, both in the United States and in Europe, we've come to accept that we must talk about security in zero-sum terms as the only way to gain more security is by compromising values and rights security versus you. My rights safety versus freedom and development. This is a false opposition. He just doesn't work like that. We need to recognize the security in Yuma rights are not opposite values. They are intrinsically related. After all the most basic human right is the right to live and to be free from violence and a states. Most basic responsibility at least to guaranteed right for its citizens. Conversely, if we think about communities all over the ward affected by war and conflict, it is insecurity and violence that stops them from a fool, full freedom and development. Now, they need basically security just as much as we do and they needed Sunday live a normal life and so that they can enjoy their human rights. This is why we need to shift. We need to acknowledge the sustainable security builds on our phone Dacian of Yuma rights, build some promoted and respecting human rights. Also over the past two decades. We have accepted that the best way to guarantee our own security is by defeating our enemies and to do that. We need to rely almost exclusively on the military. Again, disclosure with my work with my research. We what I seen the field. What I see is that building sustainable security as a lot less to do with crushing enemies as a lot less to do with winning on the battlefield and has a lot more to do with protecting victims and building stability. And to do that while the military alone is simply insufficient. This is why I believe we need to shelve the never ending war on terror, and we need to replace it with a security agenda that is driven by the principle of protecting civilians, no matter where they're from what password day old or where they live than COO over New York Kabul Mosul Aleppo or Duma. Sustainable security tells us that we're more likely to have long-term security at home for ourselves. He, we focus our engagements abroad on protecting civilians and own ensuring their lives are lived in dignity and free from violence. For example, we all know that defeating is, is, is the security achievement? Absolutely. But rebuilding destroyed homes, restoring order, ensuring that Representative political system. These are just as if not more important and not just. For the security of civilians, senior rock in Syria before our own security and for global stability. More fundamentally. ISIS danger should not just be countenanced in number of weapons. It holds, but also in the number of children, it has kept out of school or indoctrinated. This is from a security perspective, from a security perspective, the long-term generational impact over the millions of children in Syria growing up knowing only war and out of school. This is a far more dangerous threats to stability than all of ISIS weapons combined. And we should spend just as much time and just as much energy to counter this as what we spent when countering ISIS may literally. Over the past two decades. Our security policy has been short term..

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Lash probe too if today is like every other day in america roughly ninety two people will die from gunshot wounds almost twothirds of those deaths will be suicides the rest we'll be homicides had some of those murders some of those killings they might warrant some local news coverage for a day but the deaths to get by far the most media attention are the spectacle murders these are the shocking crimes that take over the front page headlines like high school massacre this was the headline almost twenty years ago in the denver post in the wake of the common buying killings but it could describe the mass shooting in parkland florida from just a few days ago we see the same headlines over and over again let's take a look at a couple of them this is the miami herald in the wake of the shooting in parkland showing the faces of the seventeen students and teachers who were killed here in new york the daily news which has been on a gun control campaign for many years it placed a giant gun on the cover and said this is us this is our country seventeen dead this is our country maybe more said prize and then the daily news though with its rival hometown rival the new york post this is a murdochowned paper that implored president trump saying mr president please act we need sensible gun control to help stop the slaughter i was most struck by this one that this is the boston globe it looked past parkland it looked at what's going to happen next it says we know what will happen next it it pre covered the next killing and said all we need to find out as is how many are dead next time and where is it going to happen.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"So go underneath the 'pacman statement the cancer statement the unamerican statement you'll pick your executive and you can find a statement um but that was also almost twenty years ago and we're now a 40yearold company and you know we we've gone through a dramatic different growth where were to a certain extent we've been humbled by the department of justice in this country uh we've been humbled by the eu we continue to behave in a more cautious fashioned in the marketplace but put that aside from it at the end of the day were developer center company and so we the grand experiments started a number of years ago so you you know you've gone things like type script uh that was on donors third or fourth language that downs designing and developing and if if you listen to any of his him discussing the community he built and continues to run and continues to accept change he he is nothing but an open source advocate for the company right now and continues to build this massive thriving community of folks around type script um you look at via's code the growth of visas code and the the contribution flow from outside the company uh ten years ago i used to give sam ramji a hard time i'd say you know just because you gave some money to the apache software foundation does not make you an open source company where's your contributions and there weren't any ten years ago put like you pointed out you look at our contribution flow into lennox colonel at this point participating in a community that is clearly not our community and earning the respect of that community by that communities rules how you look at the communities were we're growing he'll back back to the discussions we were having a boat you know gpo verses uh apache there's a licensing mechanism uh you know what we're doing apache license work we're doing mit licensed work uh.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"But what we did is we laughed we left san quentin went back into the city and i actually podcast it for a future episode chris read looks the founder the last mile and chris schumacher a man who spent almost twenty years in prison for murder uh went through the last mile program learn to code and is now a successful kotor in the city san francisco also an amazing athlete to one of the most surreal intense conversations i've had on this podcast so stay tuned for that in the coming weeks while i gotcha one little other shout out my good friend peter park who you he longtime fanzel no peter i trained with peter for many many years one of the best in the business outta santa barbara it's got a new book out as called rebound regained strength move effortlessly live without limits at any age it's on amazon peter park a n in a peter if you're listening thank you for the amazing shout out in the intro i love you brother and a really really enjoyed our time together before we get to dale of just a little slight tangent peter park he is uh from santa barbara lives in santa barbara to all of my friends and loved ones out there in that area that a were affected by terrible fires and who now have been really really affected by these mudslides um we're thinking about you pulling for you and hope you hang in there and look forward to get out there soon and and hitting some rides and and uh working out peter bart our survivor the week is angela nestle this was sent in by her son tom nestle.

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"almost twenty years" Discussed on The Shauna Niequist Podcast

The Shauna Niequist Podcast

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"almost twenty years" Discussed on The Shauna Niequist Podcast

"I think for almost twenty years henry has been a good friend of my dad's for a long time and then in more recent years we've gotten to work together a little bit and abac i've got to spend some really fun time both work and play with he and his wife and their family and so henry is both an experts in this field as a psychologist and as a writer and as a speaker but also he's been a a really important kind of mentor and advising voice in my life so his professional world is very big and very impressive but he's also light on the short list when i have a question i want to know what he thinks about it so one of the things i'm always asking in about is my husband aaron and i've been married for almost sixteen years and henry has been mary henry how long have given and tori been married a word twenty two years free soon congratulations arocca though i feel i would imagine and you can correct me if this is not true but i would imagine that when people talk to you about their marriages you hear a lot of the same things over and over again similar challenges similar problems would you say that's true that there are a couple through lines that most people are asking you about judge two m you other there's of our over sue this says you know all these throws grew top in all of this when you get when he hit underneath whatever it is certain talking about he gets his some pretty common to him sit than just human struggle with earth thinktank differences no mirrors pretty much have the same issues is just that some of them don't handle alone as well as others do in sometimes there's much more her that happens in those issues so i would say they're pretty are two if you had to say what are the top two or three things the either you hear about all the time or that just every marriage eventually will encounter what are the two or three things.

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