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Fresh update on "america" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

00:30 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "america" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"The idea of karmic retribution, you can apply that to so many scenarios. They're doing this with everything. Karmic retribution isn't just about balenciaga. Let's look at the recent scam of COVID. They made it very clear to you they made it very clear that the virus isn't going to hurt you. They made it clear that they didn't listen. They made a disobeyed the mask flows. So I think you guys get the full point here. The karmic retribution and this is why it is confusing to some that how do they do this way way out in the open and they're okay with it. Why would balenciaga one of the directors of design or whatever her role is? Why would she take pictures with bloody babies in her arm? Why would she have a picture on her social media with a kid land on the ground with his guts hanging out? Why would they have children holding bears that are dressed in bondage with padlocks on her necks? Why would they have a little girl laying on the couch with alcohol or alcoholic beverages on the table in front of her? Like, who thinks that makes a financial sense or makes marketable sense, who are you marketing to? Most of the people in America are disgusted by that. But the question remains, or at least the statement remains what Andrew chase said, is that they feel as if I show you and you still support it, I'm not the bad person you are. If I show you that they support pedophilia or whatever other failures that they promote, and you still buy their products, they're not the ones that are messing up. It's not their fault that they have a commercial like that. They have the commercial. You like it, you still bought a product. It's the same thing with COVID. They go on and talk about COVID. They clearly showed us. They got the chart on television. You look at the recovery rate of COVID, it was like 98.99%. Recovery rate. They mean at 98 or 99% of people that got going to recover. The stat the statistical data is out there. They tell you not to wear a mask tell you to wear a mask and they tell you not to wear a mask, but you got to wear a mask. They already telling you that they don't know what they're talking about. They're hypocritical. And then you look at it, you say, comorbidities were the biggest problem with COVID-19 people getting, you know, getting COVID-19. Well, welcome to reality. Comorbidities is how people die of any kind of viral disease. They show you they present it is in

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The Irony in Chuck Schumer Celebrating Hakeem Jeffries

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 hrs ago

The Irony in Chuck Schumer Celebrating Hakeem Jeffries

"Chuck Schumer on the floor of the Senate today And there's a great irony that's lost on his statement Let's see if you can pick it up See if he can figure it out American mister producer Let's see if you can find it Cut ten go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point in the history Police he didn't say erection this time mister Matisse Let's start over just for the fun of it Go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point Reading is fundamental you idiot Go ahead Let me say that again A khakim Jeffries elevation I have an excuse I have a left eye that's screwed up In fact tomorrow I'm going in and get my monthly needle in the eye because I have slow leak from a hemorrhage in the back of the left retina So actually when I'm reading stuff depending on what time during the course of the month it is it's blurry So if I have very little fonts it's very difficult for me to this guy There he is diving he's reading Let me start over Cut ten start over Go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point In the history of the United States let me say that again King Jeffrey's elevation as House democratic leader is a turning point in the history of the United States Congress Why Never before Good As an African American leader or any leader of color held the top position for either party in either chamber With yesterday's vote on respect for America Now let's just stop there You see the irony mister producer Chuck Schumer is a white guy

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Fresh update on "america" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

00:27 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "america" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"On my website. Is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the officer Tatum show. I got so much stuff to talk about. One of the things I gotta find my clip sheet can't find a clip sheet. There's a couple clips that I wanted to play for you guys. One was Andrew Tate. And Andrew Tate, and I don't know if people know who entertain is or not. I mean, I think he wanted the most brilliant dudes in the game minus a few things he say, right? I mean, mine is philosophical differences that I have between myself and Andrew Tate. Andrew Tate is up to speed on just about everything in America. Everything when it comes to wealth and finances, however, he has a different approach than I do and therefore I don't agree with him on everything. When you look at what he's about to say on this clip that I have, I think he explains the deep state pedophilia rings, devil worshipers, and while we see the industry like balenciaga and you see people not coming out against balenciaga, the theology of satanists. I mean, he explained it, just as well as anybody else that I know that are experts in this. And so I think, you know, he has a lot of good that he says. And a lot of things that as a grown man, you should be able to look at and say, I don't agree with that and look at the other things and say, okay, that was an excellent explanation. We should be able to do that in America for some reason people don't like Andrew Tate because he tells the truth about women a lot of the times and it's very hard truth to hear. But we'll get to that in another situation. But I want to play the clip from Andrew Tate, his explanation of satanists and how all of this is coming together and why do we see so much debauchery and why they do it so far in the open right in

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Senate Passes Law Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 5 hrs ago

Senate Passes Law Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage

"Our country is under attack, Friends, our country is under attack, honestly, seriously, literally, unlike it has ever been under attack before. Now we've been under physical attack. We have been hit by terrorism. We were hit on 9 11. We were hit of course in December of 1941 by Japan. I mean, we have been attacked in some ways before, never the way we are being attacked right now, because this attack is coming from within. It's coming from us. It's coming from quite literally you, me, because we vote for our representation. We vote for the senators. We vote for the representatives in the House. We vote for the president. And our core foundational principles in the United States of America are being torn apart right now before our very eyes. And if you don't know what I'm talking about at this particular moment, then you apparently did not hear about the respect for marriage act. The respect for marriage act is like so many others, it's kind of like the, you know, inflation reduction act. It's completely misnamed, it's completely inaccurate. It's completely untrue. But that doesn't matter. They want to who could possibly oppose inflation reduction. Of course we want inflation reduction, we want to eat the rate of inflation to go down, of course, what are you talking about? I mean, yeah, how could who could oppose that? That's why they named these things the way they do. And in the respect for marriage act along goodness gracious. How is that a bad thing? How can we possibly not respect marriage? Of course I'm for the respect for marriage act.

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Fresh update on "america" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "america" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"530 kids out of 1300 and we are going to get to that number if, you know, God be our help. All right, I got a Ken la court back, former executive at Fox News. We were having this awesome conversation about the media and how does the stuff matriculate down. But I want to actually can what do you think is going to be the solution? Because somebody like Elon Musk, he bought Twitter. And he used his resources to say, look, I'm going to take over Twitter and I'm going to make it free speech again. And, you know, whether he fulfilled that promise fully or not, it remains to be seen. But what's the solution that you think is to the problem of these big tech companies collaborating to censor speech that they don't like? Well, I mean, we're starting to see that it's a market solution, right? I mean, people were frustrated. Half of America was frustrated. I mean, I got banned off of Facebook when I had a new site. I had three .4 million followers. I couldn't even get an email back from them saying why they banned me. I mean, and this was all during that same kind of crazy times. New York Times did a hit piece on me, making me look like Russian disinformation because those were the fun words there. So part of it is this is a great move and we are seeing that, look, we used to have a saying at Fox that we found a market niche, right? And our market niche was half of America. And we were right because everybody out there on the cable news world was 20, 30° off to the left, and we came in and offered an alternate point of view and made gazillions of dollars. So, I mean, he is doing this. I mean, when I say hey, I'm talking to Elon Musk because there is a market need for this. There are millions and hundreds, a 100 million people who are like, I'm not getting a fair deal here.

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Apple Possess More Power Than the Federal Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 7 hrs ago

Apple Possess More Power Than the Federal Government

"Must take a step back and be honest about what Apple is currently doing, not just what Apple is doing in China. But also at Apple is threatening to do to Elon Musk. Now, Apple has successfully diversified. Their business model from controlling the App Store to making hardware laptops, and obviously they're very successful iPhone. To being really controlling the vast majority of podcast market, there's so many different sectors that Apple has been able to successfully get into. And because of this, there are multi $1 trillion companies, right? Multi $1 trillion company. Apple is more valuable. Than several countries in Eastern Europe. It's just hard to even wrap your head around. In fact, apple is more valuable than I think you could combine 5 or 6 African countries. Just a single private company. Apple has now threatened to remove Twitter from the App Store, effectively ending the company. If Elon Musk continues on his free speech crusade. All the while Apple has just limited and restricted. AirDrop, which is an ability in the midst of protests to share information, share videos, share location, in the midst of all of the anti CCP protests. Right now, Apple, and I say this with a lot of thought, Apple possesses more power than several parts of the federal government. Apple is more powerful in many different ways than the Department of Justice. The Federal Trade Commission. Apple has the ability to involve themselves in an anti CCP movement. And then all the while say that we are going to act like the CCP in America and prevent Elon Musk from continuing to liberate Twitter.

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Fresh update on "america" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:39 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "america" discussed on Mark Levin

"Producer. She was the deputy general counsel of the company that owned among other things. Parliament Bailey circus, and she says, stop, smearing clowns. Stop calling these reprobates on the left in these Democrats clowns. She said I've known many clowns. They're good people. Smart people work hard. And that's true. And I promise not to call the clown's Democrats either, mister producer. I don't want to offend them. This Christmas redland cotton is inviting you to bring the farm home. You already know that every bit of cotton used in redland cotton sheets, towels, quilts, and loungewear has grown on the Jaeger family farm in north Alabama and manufactured entirely. In the USA, this is just one of the many reasons why I love this company. But this commitment to America is nothing new for red lane cotton. Their family farm with

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RFMA Will Allow Radical LGBT Activists to Sue Religious Groups

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | 8 hrs ago

RFMA Will Allow Radical LGBT Activists to Sue Religious Groups

"Lee is correct. This legislation will allow the radical activist to go after every church that refuses to host a gay marriage ceremony or any sort of an LGBTQIA+ event. Your church doesn't want to host a drag queen story hour, guess what? You could wind up in court over that. So it has now placed a target on the backs of every Christian, every religious group in America. And you need to be aware of that, because it is a very dangerous thing. And there's really not much we can do about it. What we will do though on this program is we will stand alongside any church that gets sued. We will stand alongside any American citizen any small Christian business owner who gets attacked and keep in mind. Keep in mind, these small business owners are not going out of their way to attack gay people. No, no, no. The activists are seeking these people out. These are predators. These activists are predators. And they wanted to destroy you. And you say, how do you know because they tried to do it to me? They've been doing it for over a decade. But you know what? I stand up to the bullies. And we're going to stand up to the bullies on this radio program. It's a shameful thing they're doing this. But this is the reality this is the fact that elections have consequences.

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'Respect for Marriage Act' Is About Punishing the Church

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:47 min | 8 hrs ago

'Respect for Marriage Act' Is About Punishing the Church

"There is a piece of legislation called the respect for marriage act, but it really has nothing to do with that at all. The fact of the matter is, gay marriage is the law of the land. All right, the Supreme Court already decided that the Supreme Court decided they were going to redefine what God had already defined, and that is that. But now, but now the Congress and the Congress is being motivated here by radical, radical LGBT activist. And I want to preface everything I'm about to share with you with this. Not every gay person in America supports the respect for marriage act. Not every lesbian supports this, not every you can go down the alphabet list. So we're talking about a small radicalized group of people. Because this is not about protecting same sex marriage. This is not about protecting interracial marriage. This is about punishing the church. That's what this is all about here folks. And it is a very, very dangerous thing that happened yesterday. Senator Mike Lee of Utah was one of three senators Marco Rubio and James lankford the other two who offered amendments that would have specifically protected religious liberty. Because when you, when you go to the, when you go to the people who created this piece of legislation, they're saying, oh, no, no, no, no, no, no. This has nothing to do with the church. This has nothing to do with you, small business owner, if you're a Christian, we're not going to, we're not going to target you, it's just assumed that you're going to be protected in this. Well, that's not good because assumptions don't work under the law.

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Dan Proft: Why We Have Lawlessness in Blue City America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 12 hrs ago

Dan Proft: Why We Have Lawlessness in Blue City America

"I mean, this Alvin Bragg district attorney in New York made a stunning admission yesterday. There's a guy who's a serial shoplifter. I'm sure in Chicago like Chicago, New York has had all these instances of people that go in and clear the shelves right in front of people, right? Broad daylight walk out because they won't be prosecuted. The district attorney admitted that out of nearly 24 separate shoplifting cases against this guy, they pursued only two of them because it would have been a waste of resources to hit him with all charges. Listen, these radicals, these zealots, the Lori Lightfoot's of the world, they don't want bad guys prosecuted, Dan. Well, this is the anti broken windows philosophy of Soros funded prosecutors. You've got Alvin Bragg in Manhattan. We've got Kim Foxx and Cook County in Chicago. And this is why you have lawlessness that is raining in big blue city America. I mean, in Chicago, we've had 670 people murdered so far this year more than 3300 people shot. And that's actually slightly down from last year. It really is a level of mayhem that has not been seen in at least the last 50 years in Chicago. And their response is to do more of the same.

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Hogan to gather with supporters amid White House speculation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 13 hrs ago

Hogan to gather with supporters amid White House speculation

"Will he or won't he? Larry Hogan is gathering with supporters amid White House speculation. Maryland's Republican governor Larry Hogan will leave office on January 18th and appears to be considering his political future. Hogan's attending a leadership summit in Annapolis to talk about his record and the future of the country, then he's holding separate casino fundraisers, won a shindig for his nonprofit in America united, and another for his relatively new political action committee called better path forward, which has donated to moderate but unsuccessful Republican candidates in several states. Hogan served 8 years in Maryland where Democrats outnumber the GOP two to one, and he's positioned himself as part of a purple wave and alternative to former president Donald Trump, who has already announced his candidacy for president. Hogan's been a fierce Trump critic, saying in an interview that he lit up state hotlines by suggesting people could drink disinfectants to cure COVID-19, and one saying he'd given up guessing what Trump might do next. I'm Jennifer King

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America's Progressive Problem

The Officer Tatum Show

01:47 min | 1 d ago

America's Progressive Problem

"A three three share 24. That's a three three SHA 24 8 three three share 24. The officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the oscillator show. My whole stance on whether or not this country survives or fails whether or not it's getting worse or getting better is predicated upon ideology. You know, when people like Nick Fuentes and other races, folks come out and say that the country is better because of white folks exclusively, I think they forget about liberals. The most the most destructive person on Planet Earth right now is to me white liberals. The most destructive group of a mentality is progressives that are white. Because you have access to one of the greatest experiments ever, you know, I would say ever presented to mankind. America is the greatest place to live ever. And it could be much better than it is. But you have people in our country that are absolutely deranged, where they want to turn back everything that we've built in this country because of their lack of knowledge and hatred of God. I just wish people will acknowledge the only reason we are here because the people who came here believed in God and they were not perfect, but they had a concept about God that led us to this point,

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Sen. Mike Lee: What Is the 'Respect for Marriage Act?'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Sen. Mike Lee: What Is the 'Respect for Marriage Act?'

"I need you to walk America through this step by step Why in the hell was there a marriage bill during this lame duck session in the Senate that Republicans supported many of them negotiated And that most of the American people have no idea what's taking place here What happened here Well in a nutshell the bill was designed to in effect codify the obergefell willing Some people were getting nervous based on justice That same sex marriage Yes about same sex marriage Decision was issued in 2015 by the Supreme Court that declared there to be a constitutional right to same sex marriage Justice Thomas mentioned in his concurring opinion in the Dobbs case He mentioned the obergefell case and suggested that it ought to be reviewed perhaps to figure out whether substantive due process was appropriate for that But didn't even say it should be overruled It was only justice saying that but a bunch of people said well we've got to codify it And so they proceeded with it Look in saying that they're ignoring the fact That obergefell is not going away The story decis that doctrine the Supreme Court uses to decide whether to keep relying on precedent doesn't play the same way with same sex marriage as it did with abortion Nobody thinks it's going away But the Democrats decided they needed to codify it anyway So once they started doing that I said hey you know we've got to be careful here because if you're not careful we're going to end up accidentally declaring all religious institutions bigots and in violation of a number of federal civil rights laws

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Mike Gonzalez: The Left Is Re-Racializing America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 1 d ago

Mike Gonzalez: The Left Is Re-Racializing America

"I ask you a personal question? So I came here 14 years ago as an immigrant. I choose this atrocious country. I write for the man who wanted to fundamentally change America. I thought I'd left socialism behind in Europe and just after I arrived Obama. And I started working in D.C. and I'm working in a military base in the middle of the projects, all kinds of ethnicities, all kinds of officers in my classroom. And I didn't really sense any kind of ethnic tension. And today, it's incomparable. What Obama did to us. I mean, am I seeing something that I shouldn't be seeing? No, you're absolutely right. I have visited bases. I lived in South Korea for a very long time for two years. I used to go to the bays there all the time, especially in the militarized zone. This is in the 80s. And it was really just people getting it's like a baseball team. It's people just doing the job. You know, they don't really care what your last name is. I don't care where you color is. I don't care your provenance, they don't care if nation of origin, if you can get a hit, or you're a good person to be alongside in a war. That's all that matters. So it has gotten worse. Oh, but on purpose, they have introduced these ideas into the most, I would say that the American military was the most integrated institution in the country. But I'm talking about, in general, I'm talking about America written large. Oh, yes, of course. All we think about is race. Oh, we think about it. By the way, we have made, I have been here since 1974. We have made enormous strides as a country. Good strides. You know, we, you know, I lived in New York as a kid. Everybody was some things. We don't really put up with that anymore. You know, when we, and this is a good thing, but that's just, that was to de racialize America. Now we re racializing again. That's a great way of putting it, erased realizing America.

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BLM's Patrisse Cullors Admits the Movement Is Founded in Marxism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 1 d ago

BLM's Patrisse Cullors Admits the Movement Is Founded in Marxism

"We are trained marxists that are, quote, super versed in the ideology of Marxism, which is quite a thing to admit, yes, she's not doing that on keyboard television. She's doing it at some left wing oriented meeting or blog. But the fact is, she's admitting admitting to what that she is a disciple of Karl Marx, of the ideology of Marxism, which is responsible for the death of more than a 100 million people in just the 20th century alone that is right now, persecuting Chinese people in China, the largest communist dictatorship in the world today before our very eyes. And also a ideology which, as a pillar, states what of our system, the American system, the western system, that it can not live peacefully. It can not coexist with Marxism. This is the challenge that we will be discussing. It goes straight to the heart of the paper co authored by Mike and my wife, Katie. The Cold War was relatively simple. Why? Because the enemy was so less of great extent, was external. It was the Soviet Union, it was the Warsaw Pact. It was communist Cuba. It was North Korea. It could be pointed at as over there. And the way to deal with it was to defeat it militarily or to undermine ideologically. When the marxists, when the communists are quote unquote, inside the wire, when they're not Soviet tank regiments arrayed across the iron curtain, but they're actually U.S. citizens on U.S. soil with all the rights endowed them by the U.S. Constitution. It's a very, very different challenge.

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BLM and New Marxism in America With Mike Gonzalez

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 1 d ago

BLM and New Marxism in America With Mike Gonzalez

"Know I'm jumping forward your next book and if you haven't got this, you really must because there is no other book like it. It is your book on the Black Lives Matter movement. You call it the making of a new Marxist revolution. It was inevitable. After what happened with the 70s, the Hispanics, the victimhood, it would be inevitable that sooner or later something like Black Lives Matter would be created on top of all this. Well, right. I mean, if you look at the architects of Black Lives Matter, if the organizations. By the way, the concept is unimpeachable. Black lives have, you know, if black lives don't matter to you, I don't want to talk to you. I mean, you have to be a crank. You might such an effective phrase. Yes, exactly. Exactly. The architecture didn't know what they're doing. They really know, the architects of the organizations are all, in fact, I say this for usually people say three, they have open instructed in Marxism. By marxists, by in color's case, by a guy who was a weatherman terrorist who spent time in prison, in the case of Alicia Garza, by an actual gram scene, a cultural anthropologist who is a very good follower of Antonio gramsci, so they know what they do. And the instructed and they train it for years into Marxism leninism, a maoism. And lo and behold, all of a sudden in 2013, they created this organization that the stabilizers society throws into question our society, at least regardless that goes around saying we have to dismantle the organizing principle of society. So what they seek to do is to change deeply the way we're constituted as a nation, the constitution both with the cap C and small C

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Mike Gonzalez on Hispanics and Identity Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 1 d ago

Mike Gonzalez on Hispanics and Identity Politics

"Made fun of you. I made a little joke in our green room earlier. I used the epithet, the adjective Hispanic, you wrote a book, let's put it up there the plot. This is your first blockbuster book, the plot to change America. How identity politics is dividing the land of the free. This book is a real glimpse behind the curtain mic of the kind of divide and conquer philosophy, which has gotten us to a place where you as a Cuban or a family from Cuba, if you fill out an official federal form, there'll be a box that separates you from me that asks you whether your Hispanic or whether you're non Hispanic, how much has this identity pot. Let's start with this. How much is identity politics left political parties and ideologues and radicals and borrowed its way into government. In fact, because Hispanic is not a race, it's a questionable by itself in the senses. They ask you, it's completely divides the country into Hispanics and non Hispanics. And I choose never to answer the question. This is obviously an artifact of the activists of the 1970s who insisted that the Census Bureau create this category. Just make it up. Yes, and when the Census Bureau, which at the beginning, now of course, the Census Bureau has been infiltrated. But back in the early 70s, they were quite reluctant to do this. And there's a very famous exchange, which I quote in my book, in which a director of the Census Bureau said, we have all the data that you need. We have the language to speak at home. The nation of origin, you know, we have all that and they activists said, we don't want the data. We want the group, create a category. Let's unpack that. So what is the objective of the activist in the 70s who say to the bureau, we don't care whether or not they speak Spanish at home. We want a label. We want a box. Why do they want that Michael? Well, it's because once you have a group that you can isolate from the rest of the country, then you have a victim who category. In fact,

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The Fruit of Liberal Arts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:38 min | 1 d ago

The Fruit of Liberal Arts

"So a lot of parents have had this experience. You send your kid off to college, you're proud. Dylan got into duke. We're so happy. And then the kid comes back and hates not only you, but the country and himself and the chances of that child having a happy productive personal life go to about zero. That's the fruit of liberal arts in this country now. So it's a very common experience, but one mother decided to try and fix it. She sent her daughter to a town ten mount holyoke university of Massachusetts tuition, over 50 K a year. The child comes back totally programmed like a cult member. So the mom spends 300 bucks a day for a deprogrammer to undo the brainwashing and it worked. Annabelle Rockwell is the daughter. She graduated mount holyoke. She's now the development director at PragerU. She joins us. So annabelle, thank you so much for coming on. So deprogram suggests undoing unreasonable religious belief. Did you feel like a cult member after man holyoke? Tucker, thank you so much for having me. First, I'm gonna say that I arrived at mount holyoke bright eyed and bushy tailed so excited to be there in 2011 and is as soon as I got there, I was told that, you know, I should refer to myself as a first year, not a freshman because we were a historically women's college. I was left to note in my mailbox saying he may be a she, she may be a he don't assume anyone's gender, and I thought, oh, okay, that's new. Hold on a second. This is precious. It's an old girl's college. But you shouldn't assume that it's a girl.

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Wisdom Is Taught Like Physics

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:01 min | 1 d ago

Wisdom Is Taught Like Physics

"My friends I want to reflect on life for a moment because I do that all the time in my own mind. I always ask one of the larger implications of all of these things and one of them in this instance is so clear. The battle to make a good world starts with the individual. And it's very hard given human nature to make a good world. It takes things that are so against human nature like courage. Wisdom, wisdom is learned, wisdom is learned like physics is learned. I urge you, I urge you to see my column today in his Tuesday, my column is out every Tuesday, the one question fools don't ask. What is the price?

USMNT Captain Tyler Adams Gives Composed Response to Iranian Reporter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 1 d ago

USMNT Captain Tyler Adams Gives Composed Response to Iranian Reporter

"Is for you. My name's Mila Java magic from press TV. First of all, you say you support the Iranian people but you're pronouncing our country's name wrong. Our country is named Iran, not Iran. Please once and for all, let's get this clear. Second of all, are you okay to be representing a country that has so much discrimination against black people in its own borders? And we saw the Black Lives Matter movements over the past few years. Are you okay to be representing the U.S.? Meanwhile, there's so much discrimination happening against black people in America. My apologies on the mispronunciation of your country. Yeah, that being said. There's discrimination everywhere you go. You know, one thing that I've learned, especially from living abroad in the past years and having to fit in in different cultures and kind of simulate into different cultures. Is that in the U.S. we're continuing to make progress every single day. Growing up for me, I grew up in a white family with an obviously an African American heritage and background as well. So I had a little bit of different cultures and I was a very, very easily able to assimilate in different cultures. So not everyone has that ease and the ability to do that. And obviously it takes longer to understand and through education, I think it's super important. Like you just educated me now on the pronunciation of your country. So yeah, it's a process. I think as long as you see progress, that's the most important thing. Doesn't that inspire you, is that not one of the best things that young poised confident, gracious, humble, young man, making a fool out of the full reporter from Iran.

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Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China

"I was watching the coach of the National Basketball Association Golden State Warriors. Steve Kerr. Steve Kerr. And he was asked about a news conference about what is happening in China. The NBA hates America and loves China. It's a scummy organization in the NBA. Who's the head of it? Is that Adam silver who is that? He's really another one who. To the extent that he will ever be remembered it will be for harming the cause of liberty on earth. The NBA seems to attract pretty scummy people in its high echelons. And not a few like LeBron James and its among its players. So he was asked if he would condemn what is happening in Chinese. Well, I'm not, you know, they don't ask me in China to condemn I'm paraphrasing. To condemn all the AR-15 mass murders in America.

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Just for Today, Support USA Soccer!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 1 d ago

Just for Today, Support USA Soccer!

"Okay, I'm going to admit I'm not a big soccer fan, but I am today USA USA. They got a beat. I ran. And I'm going to say I ran. Did you see this reporter yesterday? Lecturing the USA soccer team? And the brilliant response by the young man who happens to be black, who was willing to defend America? To an Iranian reporter? Are you kidding me? This is a regime that is brutal. They are nothing short of evil. And there's a journalist from Iran who has the audacity to lecture us about what a terrible racist nation we are, you know, because of Black Lives Matter at all. Iran? You can not make this crap up. And so gosh, I hope I hope we beat Iran 20 to nothing today. And again, I don't even like soccer.

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Almost a lock provided state healthcare for us. This season, when his second championship, and now as we just saw in that graphic, so within striking distance of Ricky Carmichael and James Stewart, I don't know if he'll get the journey in the graph who is the Dale Earnhardt of Supercross. Right. Leading this all time winner in Supercross history, but suddenly Eli Tomac is really deserving of being considered one of the all time greats. And I don't think three years ago, a lot of people were going to say that. I think a lot of people thought it was going to be a lot of unfulfilled promise. And now he very much deserve to be on a list like this. I mean, 5 in a row and 29 in the super cross worlds kind of getting up there, Jeff. But in the cup world, youth has certainly been served and are we witnessing a transition with all these young guys winning this year, you think, Jeff? Well, listen, I think that they're young, but they have a lot of experience too. I mean, Austin, you know, won the Daytona 500. We've seen some unusual winners in the Daytona 500. I expected Austin center to contend for wins on road courses pretty quickly. I didn't expect him to win an oval. I expect him to have a chance to win on some road courses. But then if you look, Larson, we know how much experience that Alex Bowman, you start looking at William Byron, these guys have a lot of experience on top of being young. And you know what that is? That's return on investment. Right. That is an owner, you know, saying, hey, I want to get this guy when he's young, teaching the way I want to teach him and then take advantage of the opportunity when he's where he needs to be. They know when they harm young, they're going to have some bad days, some bad years, some bad weeks. You're going to have to pick them up, but when that turns, now you've got a guy that can go race for 15 years for you. They can go in races on a consistent basis. And no better example of that than Hendrick motor sports. That's paid off handsomely for Rick Hendrick who made that investment years and years ago. So who will be that next first time winner? James, I think, has a guest, James. How are you doing this afternoon? Hey, I'm doing good. How are you guys doing right now? Good. What's going on? What's on your mind? I just wanted to ask, what was your initial thought on the next gen cars debut at Kota on a road course for the first time this weekend? And I think my bold prediction for the next first time murder would be Tyler Reddick. There you go. I don't think I can disagree with that name. I don't think that would be a very bold fiction, actually, James. I think that's what a lot of people would say. As far as next gen debut on a road course, I was interested to see it, Jeff, because this was a car that a lot of people say is very much built on like a GT style sports car platform with the sequential shifting and the advanced braking and turning capabilities. But I don't feel like I saw a dramatically different race. I feel like road course races in cup looked a lot like they seemed on Sunday. I think maybe the difference was when we talked about this a little bit on the podcast is we didn't see as many familiar faces, you know, where was Martin Truex Junior? Chase Elliott did finish top 5, but he wasn't running up front and winning. The way we see him do so often lately. Yeah, I mean, they were going a lot faster than last year's Carl would have gone, but we don't know that as fans. Sure. Right. We're just looking for a race. And so everybody has better breaks. Everybody has better turning. So it didn't really change the race. The way it changed the race at the other tracks. It didn't have as big of an impact. So when you give an advantage, you'd make one car better than last year's car and everybody gets it, then everybody has that advantage. But what shocked me was Ryan Blaney hits the wall and kind of middle late practice. Yeah. And then it goes out and gets on the pole. That's what excites me for the next two weeks at Richmond and Martinsville. If you can make that kind of contact with someone on the racetrack and keep going, it's not going to hurt your car. It's going to be insane the next two weeks at the short tracks. And the other thing is there were some mechanical issues, but for a brand new completely clean sheet paper to go put it to the stresses of road courses and have no more failures than we had. I think that's a good sign too. NATO teams worried as we head into short track season here. I mean, we're all, oh no, we're going to have enough cars and all of that and it seems like all that talks about that goes like that narrative is sort of dissipated and we've seen and heard a lot recently about like, hey, we're bringing in our Daytona 500 car to the Bristol dirt race. Or something like that. To Marty's point about how the crash didn't really affect Ryan Blaney as much. I think that's indicative of how this car has really changed things in the garage. We're teams are just bringing the same cars to tracks that they wouldn't bring in the past. So to that point, Jeff, you've been to every race real quick. What is that going to be like as we head into short track season? Are we going to see different players up front? You guys mentioned a moment ago. We didn't see really chase Elliott. Be one of the contenders for the win or Martin Truex Junior. Well, I think so and part of the reason is we talked about experience a little while ago, but no one has experienced in this car at Richmond. So if you've been a Richmond and a car or a truck or something, it's not that big of a disadvantage as it was in the past. And then Martin villa on top of that, you're going to be fun over the next couple of weeks as we get short track season. We'll be back here on Wednesday for more NASCAR America motor mounts. We'll see you guys then..

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"A totally bad weekend for AJ almen dinger. He winds up winning the Xfinity series race on Saturday night and good run for a number of folks. Yeah, I good to see you certainly Noah Gregson, Sam Mayer, Maya Snyder, also among its Sheldon Creed. Up there, Ryan, so you can are very own Parker Kligerman. Parker. Parker wound up finishing 12th. So it was a wild race at times, Jeff. I would say. Roe courses tend to do that. With 6 wide restarts, including our buddy Parker Kligerman, who was who picked a 90° day to do double header work. So I'm telling you you slept in a little bit on Sunday, Parker. I did. I don't know if I've ever been that sore in my entire life after driving. I actually cramped up in the infinity car for the first time, and I added it up, guys. I did like 5 hours in between the truck and the Xfinity car on Saturday. So I don't know who I think I am to have shown up and do that. And you know, go out there and do it in a 90° day, but made it through. I thought it was overall successful day. I think in the truck, we had a serious shock to win that race, or at least be top three. And then as you guys point out early in the show, road course racing these days in stock cars, if you get some late race cautions, you know, all hell breaks loose and we were running out of fuel a little bit at the end and I thought we could have been positioned to maybe SAP up the win, but unfortunately we ran out of fuel and then we got taken out down the turn 12. So that one went away, but the Xfinity car, that team did a great job, you know, thanks to Joey Gase and Patrick Emily for the opportunity. I felt like we had an awesome time in that car and it was Barrington breaking issues late in the race. I think we could have gotten them a top ten, maybe even a top 5, but it was a fun.

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Again, if you look at the way Suarez ran the first stage at circa the Americas, I mean, Justin marks just told us he thought Daniel Suarez had the fastest car. And so again, we're less than two months into the cup season, but if you're talking about which teams are the best right now in cup. I mean, it's Hendrick motor sports and track house racing, right? Hands down. Crazy that we're saying that. I agree. We're 6 traces in, but a conversation from the category of conversations and never thought we would have. Here we are having that conversation. Let's go real quick to Aaron on the line there and what's on your mind? Hey guys, how's it going? Good. What's happening? Well, just wanted to hear you guys. I appreciate all the comments that you're doing. And great insight. Just wondering, now that Ross Chastain has his first win out of the way. Number one, how many do you think he can, how many more wins do you think he can get? And number two, do you think we'll have a third first time winner this week at Richmond? Cool. Appreciate the questionnaire and so Jeff, I'll let you floodgate open. Sometimes the winds tend to follow. What I like about what Ross Chastain and track house with Daniel Suarez, and you said it in a minute ago, they've been a contender, Justin Marx has said, over the last month, he has an average finish of two. That's crazy. Yeah. That means that you're.

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:35 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"All the way out almost in the turn one wall on the way up the hill. Fair, fair. But Ross doesn't care. Right. And then he knows he's leaving the race and he got moved out of the way. Right. So let me ask it this way. Have the rules of engagement changed in the win and you're in playoff era, Jeff. Yes. That it's okay to move someone or even wreck someone for a win now. Yes, but it was okay a long time ago too. I mean, my date and I were talking on his podcast earlier. And I remember going to Sonoma knowing that if we got a late race caution, we were going to have a restart and it was going to be ugly. And it I remember saying publicly, it's embarrassing to be a cup driver, acting the way we act as Sonoma. And that was in the early 2000s. Mid 2000s. So it's nothing new. Late race restarts at restrictive light races, and row courses, chaos instances. I mean, nothing to me has changed. I know that this was a topic of debate on social media last night, Denny Hamlin posited that, hey, in 2017, this wasn't okay. But now it's okay. To me, it feels like since the playoffs started, the rules of engagement have changed. And maybe they're a little bit different now because you have a younger generation of drivers that has a different skill set and a different way that they were trained to race through bandoleros or dirt racing that's different than maybe the way Denny Hamlin was trained or the way Jeff Burton was trained. That to me is what's different. It's the ethics and how they're applied and executed. It's not the fact that guys have always said, hey, I'm going to knock somebody out of the way if it means getting a win, and now if it means getting a playoff birth. I raced against guys like Wayne Patterson and very, very early, and people like that, people that weren't fortunate enough to, and they'd move you out of the way. And that was in the 80s. I mean, think about short track racing in the 80s. What was great about the late model sportsman series? That high contact, move you out of the way. It's not new. The only thing that's different is the reward is bigger. So when they say to you, if you win a race, you're in the playoffs, you have a chance to win the championship. That tests your values. That test your morals. And everybody on pit road that came with you. Is warning you to do it is wanting you to win that race. And if you do, they know you know they got your back. But the rest of the garage area doesn't want you to do it. And you have a bit of a wide berth for that first win, but I disagree with you. I think people now race him differently moving forward. What did he do wrong? I don't know that he did anything, but he there's no doubt. He's a lightning rod. This is to follow him around. I think they would raise him differently if it wasn't accepted that this is his modus operandi for how he raises people. And so I think that this is an accepted part of doing business when you race against Ross Chastain. I don't think it changes Jeff's point. Did anyone think that he wasn't going to try to take out a jail mirror for all the bigger not going to decide? I mean, that's what we talked about that. I knew they were going to wreck each other. I just didn't know how and where. Right. Right. So I don't think that there will be severe repercussions for it might have been different if it was Mark Martin and he did that. And everybody was like, oh my gosh, now we're going to change the way we think about how we're going to race more and more, but not ros Chastain. So I guess that's my point, is that what would, so if Mark Martin got moved out of the way, what does he do? Why wouldn't he move to someone else out of the way? Because he wouldn't have started the fight, right. I mean, but.

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"As hard of myself yesterday was not happy with where I put ourselves, the setup that I made for us. It's hard to drive. I had to drive in a certain way. My wife because she's got to put up with my whining every night about how bad I'm not, you know, I suck, so all these men and women here at car racing between the cup side of it and the Xfinity side of it. They don't sleep during the week. They're busting their tails. That's why I'm so freaking hard on myself sometimes because they deserve to win more than anybody here. And I just want to do it for him. So thankfully, we got one done today. I guess AJ was just a little bit better than I was. 'cause I felt like we had a really good car. It was certain spots that I thought he was a little better in us, but yeah, I mean, it just shows that we can run with AJ. He was just doing some things a little bit better than I was inside the cockpit. So we'll go back debrief and look it over and just see where I can be better as a driver on these road courses. Unfortunately, when you're a little bit loose, you know, a little bit of a bumper here and there really get you out of shape. And yeah, just didn't really have the confidence to really make the moves that I was need to there. It sucks to not get it done. I just tried to run clean and that's, you know, like, people can think what they want. Obviously, instead of the 11 M Martinsville and the head of the truck race yesterday, but generally I race people do clean for the most part and you know that race I didn't run into anybody and decided to get married and two guys running into each other and it didn't work out for me. So I'm not bad and I understand the 16 being mad. I understand the one doing what I did but we put on a hell of a show for the fans and I know the data that's all I've ever really mattered. Go up against some of the best with AJ I mean, I know he's gonna be upset with me but we race hard both of us and he owes me one, but when it comes to a cup win man I can't let that go down without a fight. I mean at the end of the day we all gotta look at ourselves in the mirror and be okay with it, you're okay with it. Each person's different, so I was doing everything I could do to try to swoop the weekend form we were that close, so you know, like I said at the end of the day, each person's gotta make the move that they're comfortable with and that's fine. Boy a lot to unpack there from the weekend at Kota AJ obviously winning Xfinity on Saturday and then being on the losing end of things on Sunday. Let's grab a quick phone call Dylan is on the line Dylan, what's on your mind? Hey guys, we had a wild finish up today with cross chef stain winning and AJ on the spring on the final apple as your thoughts on the finish. Jeff, I'll start with you, your thoughts on the finish and maybe to kind of amplify what Dylan said there. How about the way Ross won the race? Well, first of all, Ross needs to learn, you can't take it easy in a breaking zone or a rogue or even though you come into the checker. He opened the door. He needed to stay aggressive through turn 11 into turn 12. The race was over and all of a sudden, AJ's back to him..

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Just feeds the momentum that we've got, but yeah, I mean, it's nice to have the support of a Cuban down in South Florida is watching NASCAR races now. Yeah, I'm certainly he is into it, no doubt about it. There's the tweet from him after the race. Our buddy Marvin blew is on the line Justin he has a question for you real quick. Go ahead. Marvin, you're on with Justin marks. Congratulations, buddy, on a huge victory at the Americas. Thank you, Marvin. So Justin, I got to ask you, you tried winning on the super speedways, the intermediate tracks and the short track, but I gotta know, what's it like to finally get a win, but on a road course nonetheless, with your buddy Ross Chastain and everybody at trackhouse racing. You know, thank you. Marvin's excited. Yeah, that's about that's about how it feels, Martin. It's actually, it's actually really, really cool because obviously my history, most of my history, racing has been on road courses. And I've got a passion for road course racing, and I've done a lot of it in my career, I've been successful at it. And you know, when I first started showing up on the Xfinity series, road racing, you know, Ross was racing for Johnny Davis, and was running around 17th, 18th, every weekend, and couldn't figure out how to road race and he came to me almost after almost every practice session. And asked me how to get through this corner, how to do this, how to do that. And you know, I feel like I played a part in developing his talent and his ability on road courses. So it's actually kind of fitting and a really cool sort of motor sport story that he delivered the first win on a road course for me and then for himself and kind of how our relationship trajectory has gone. Yeah, that's really cool and that was definitely not lost on me at the end of the race. I'll never forget the time and started raining at Watkins Glenn Kyle Larson was driving for Ganassi and they actually called you were on a mountain somewhere and they called you to give you to get pointers to Kyle over the phone via the radio. Remember that? I was actually at an imsa race and wrote America and we were just come back. We just come back from practice session. I was racing for Michael shank up there and I know that the Xfinity race is going on and I heard that it was about to start raining so I was trying to get through debriefs quickly so I could turn the TV on and watch my phone started ringing and it was Mike chiplet as crew chief and I'm staring at the phone thinking what is my phone ring and I answered he goes, I'm on the pit box and I'm putting you on with Kyle and about 5 seconds later he was under caution and it was raining and I was talking to him around the racetrack, The Rain line, what curves to stay off of what paints stay away from and that was a very cool moment. It was pretty crazy moment. I remember that, hey, real quick, you know, when you win like this, Justin, it kind of opens up the door to reset goals, right? So how wide does that birth now get? Do you start thinking, hey, not only playoffs, but championship four or how far can we go with this? I can pretty honestly tell you that nothing is different today than it was last Monday, honestly. I mean, we have so much more to learn about this race car. We're going short track racing now for the first time with it. We've got dirt in our future. So for us, it's just about continuing the process of learning and really communicating with Ross and Daniel to just make sure that we give them the best opportunity possible. We're just not in a position yet, you know, regardless of winning yesterday to change the board, so to speak, right? I mean, it's just, it's continuing to invest in the process and the people and learning this car and I think we're all excited about going to Richmond and Martinsville and attacking the short track challenge head on. This company right now and for the rest of this week, we'll just be all about Richmond. And nothing more than that next week will be Martin so, and after that, it'll be the dirt on and on. So I don't think that that's a question that we really will ask ourselves or answer until at least the end of this race season. Get through the first year with this car and learn it. See where we end up fight every week. Maybe that conversation will sound a little different after the first couple of races of the playoffs. But for right now we're just focusing on what's gotten us here and that's just learning this car committing to each other doing the work the preparation and the strategy and the execution. All right, Justin, well, congratulations to you and all the men and women at track house racing, great job. And that first win, savor it a little bit this week, okay? It does feel good. It does feel good. I just to Mark joining us here on NASCAR, America, motor mouse. Always good to talk to when I feel motivated when I talk to him. So certainly has a different perspective on things and congratulations to those guys. No doubt about it. Hey, certainly a lot to talk about after the code a race. We'll hear from the drivers when we come back here on NASCAR America motor mouse as we go through the field..

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"To know Ross is to truly be a believer in his talent and, you know, I've seen I have seen enough in him over the years to really have conviction about saying that this is a guy that is a championship caliber talent, for sure. But this is a guy that's had a rough path. I mean, this is a guy that's had the rug swept out from underneath of him a couple of times. The guys had to fight for his life a few times in rides. And just waiting for that right opportunity. And I just felt like if I could give him that right opportunity and be a boss, but be a friend and listen. And be there for him, that he could do what I think a lot of us think he's capable of doing, which is what you're seeing right now. He's got an average finish of second in the last month, which is pretty amazing. And for a guy like that, he just needs the confidence and he needs a team behind him. He needs a boss and a team around him looking in the eye and say, this is your team. We're here for you. We're here to do everything for you. You're the guy. And I think giving him that opportunity and letting him take a little bit of a breath, have a little bit of job security and embrace that role. I think you're seeing the result of it right now. Justin, you got another partner in this and Pitbull. And how did that conversation go post race? He said there's no smash of watermelon over his head and take a shot or drink some champagne or something like that, but I talked to him. I talked to him on the phone in victory lane. He's pretty jacked up. He's excited about it. I hate that he wasn't here to see it, but you know, he'll make the 5 or 6 races this year. But you know, he's, he's a long for the ride, just kind of like we all are in, it's just, you know, whether it's him or Ross or, you know, everybody here at the shop that doesn't travel just to see the excitement on their faces and just to be excited about being a part of something like this. It's incredibly empowering and it.

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Big teams in a way that track house has. It's not I struggle saying that it's not surprising. Because there's, you know, again, I'm humbled to be in this position. There's so much talent around us with these teams and drivers and everything. But I just think it's a belief in what's possible with this car and what's possible in bringing a new attitude to a company into a workforce. And you know, in a way, it's the car and the opportunity sort of delivering and what NASCAR's vision was around this. So, you know, if I didn't think that this was possible, I would not have embarked on this journey. But in a way, maybe I didn't think it would happen this quickly. But I know why it's happening. But I know why it's happening. Justin, you're described often as visionary out of the box thinker. And I'm struck by the fact that this year Ross Chastain has been talking a lot more about the mental side of his game and the mentality. We've heard him talking about using neutral thoughts to try to get not too high, not too low. And I'm wondering, it sounds a lot about what I often hear from you, kind of echoing what you talk about when you talk about the psyche of the race team of the driver. How have you been impressed by Ross maturation is development this year? And what sort of influence or impact have you had on that? That's a great question. I mean, I've known Ross for a long time. I've known Ross since really like the day he came up and got involved in this sport. And.

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"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"america" Discussed on NASCAR America

"And we are underway in Austin, Texas. Kyle Busch again up to the gearbox and gone. That's for second behind Kyle. Here is Alex Bowman stepping out of line. Stuart freeze into the inside of bush there three wide. Zane smith makes it four wide goes to the inside of all three of them goes from fourth to first checkered flag in the air, saying Smith wins at Circuit of the Americas down through this quarter mile front stretch. Green flag is out enough through the gearbox they go. Ross Chastain gets turned around from behind. AJ Alma dinger picks up his first win of the season. Here at circuit of the America. Ten 59 Supercross back in Seattle. Here we go. Here we go. Down goes cry. Here we go. Here we go. It's off to the lead new race leader on the Lawrence and up to being on the ground. Championship later up the second. That's three times now. I get cleaned out. Seattle. Shimano is all over there. Four 55. Timex gonna get the hole shot. Bashes down. Oh, Lance off track. Justin basha falls from second. And he said thanks to this very boisterous crowd. Time back gets 5 in a row with wins in Seattle. Down the main streets, Charlotte fair can't cover him off Verstappen takes the lead such a close battle once again. And this time around, it's Max Verstappen that wins out. He takes victory in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The big crowd here at coda, not a single person has left. They are now climbing to their feet. They're already 5 one coming up the hill called Ross Chastain to Pete one. He moves shafts into the outside. Now Chastain right on the back buffer of AJ homan digger. Alex Bowman stays way outside of the two. Open digger gets into Alex Bowman. Ross Chastain is going to get his first NASCAR Cup Series win. Watermelon man gets the party here in a wild finish. What a crazy weekend in the world of motor sports hi everyone, welcome to NASCAR America, motor mouse, Marty Snyder, the mayor Jeff Burton, the professor Nate Ryan, on a show where no one will get slapped today. I promise that no one you got that or not. I'm not promising that. From oh, okay, yeah, you're not promising that. After a crazy week in a race. Why you wouldn't? Yes, Nate can't go crazy on his can he. Track house racing the big win, Ross Chastain gets to victory lane first ever win for him and the Cup Series so much to talk about and unpack from this weekend. Of course, we want to hear from you guys as well. 8 four four NASCAR NBC first win for Chastain from track house, obviously coming up in three minutes, Justin marks will join us here. The owner of trackhouse racing, a little bit later in the show, our buddy Parker Kligerman will join us after a double duty day on Saturday. So before we get to Justin here in just moments, I want to get your guys thoughts on coda. Mayor will start with you. What was your take on how the race finished in the Cup Series side? What do you expect, man? Road course, late race caution. I don't know why anybody is surprised and there were some rubbing and bumping and reckoned. It seems to be what I've watched for over 30 years on road course race and when there's a light rays restart. So I think we got what we expected. We did. And I would say that even though it's not the most artful of NASCAR racing, when you have road courses and when you have Circuit of the Americas, which is its own unique beast and have them go 5 wide, going up the hill and the turn one every time. Like Jeff said, you're going to have mayhem chaos, but that's entertaining. And I think we're all entertained by the last lap of yesterday's race. I think there's a lot certainly to talk about from the end of that race, no doubt about it. And whether or not it was the right move or the wrong move, but we're going to talk to Justin marks right now who is the owner of track house racing. They finally get their first Cup Series win. Justin joins us right now here on NASCAR America motor mouse. Congratulations. I gotta walk us through that final lap. You're in the lead. You're not in the lead, Justin. And then you wind up winning the race. How are the nerves on that final lap? Well, I mean, you know, your heart's pounding for sure, but I mean, I've been around enough of these races and around this game long enough to know that green white checkers are quick, quick finishes like that at short tracks and road courses, it's all on the table, anything can happen. It's not over till it's over. So, you know, for us, like if you watched the last lap, the last couple of corners, you know, Ross drove away from those guys at the end and then he was real conservative getting into getting into that corner at the end of the straightaway and kind of invited AJ and Alex back to the party there and then sort of all bets were off and at that point it just sort of is, you know, who wants it the most and Ross had a very, really, really fast car and I think he just refused to lose that race and you know these things always get physical at the end as you guys know.

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"america" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"america" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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05:24 min | 1 year ago

"america" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Capitalism letting people take time off like you're describing the democratic agenda large extent again. I'm i'm sitting here like. I'm like chuck i wanna push you on this. I wanna put you on this. Because i think sometimes it's it's fun to say you know we don't need the duopoly is the problem but then when you outlined some of these these ideas i think well fit very well within the democratic mainstream right now. I am a fan of just about everything i've seen in the reconciliation package And i want very very big changes to be possible in the united states of america and i believe that this is a path to help get us there But you read my books. So you know. I'm for universal. Healthcare universal basic income like improving these measurements that we're talking about right now You know the vision and goals are the same. I have a different sense of how to get there. And part part of the insight i gained really is that again. We're not really having policy disagreements. It turns out like we were just being tribalist d- and having these These contests you know. And and these are contacts that eventually are going to lead us. Nowhere lead us to very nasty direction. Yeah but where we are. We are having a policy debate. It just happens to have to take place inside the republican party because right now. We have one fact-based governing institution which is very flawed. Run by a bunch of of octogenarians who do not know how the internet works and we have a political party or publican. Party is campaigning institution. That no interesting governing once it once but we do have for. We're in the middle of a ferocious policy debate. Joe manchin is trying to strip out climate change protections democrats democrat absolutely kirstin cinema Doesn't want lower operations. Yeah in in many ways so you have the democratic party. That's very very big tent because it's necessity but part of this is that you have zero. Republican senators willing to play ball in any of these things in one approach to be like. Hey you know that. That party Terrible no interest in governing. And i understand those criticisms because they literally didn't even have a platform during their last convention. Let's bizarre so the question is which of these problems. Do you want to try and solve for and if you were to have. Let's say just like a few republican senators willing to play ball in issues. Then maybe joe mansion curzon point of view isn't quite as elevators and you can look at that and say like what approach are we going to take and and my my approach is going to be. Look the republican party. Should not be this monolith the way it is like we need to try and make it so that there are some subset of reasonable people and people listening to this could think that subsets very very low and i get it but but if you have even that very very low subset stand up and say you know what like. I'm on board with some democracy protections in reform. I'm on board with with with this or that like that's actually in in many ways the key variable the missing piece right now that i think it's totally right and you talk about the filibuster one thing. That's very frustrating is. If cinema mansion just said were opened to get rid filibuster suddenly a bunch of republicans might play ball because something would pass anyway and so might as. Well try to make it better. You quote our boys recline extensively in the book. I look to the point where i hope you may be like sent around. I said thank you know the but whenever the script for one of the takeaways from that book is actually sometimes bipartisanship has been at. Its best in this country's history when there was actually one majority party and a minority because they knew something was gonna pass because they use which brings me back to thinking. Wow if you really want to see some bipartisanship either get rid of the filibuster. So they can pass things which it devotes or help build democratic majority What i what. I come down to the end of this when i lead read. This list of pillars is my god. I think joe biden is the perfect candidate for the forward party. I mean this guy who's whole entire life is built around. Grace almost lost the primary because he was being too nice about republicans. All he does is talk about how they're friends. You wish they would have an opinion. His career is built on loss and trying to overcome that by reaching out to people. I mean don't i guess what i come down to over and over again is polarization is more fun to talk about then saying that being on the outside saying We need to take on these two parties and leading a movement. That's more fun than the kind of the work of being inside of a movement. And i think i'm getting to the but this is the big but someone who runs for and i'm going to ask because i'm gonna i'm being honest is a seriously my my concern here. Someone who runs president as a long shot then turns around and runs for mayor of new york then drops out of the democratic party to start a political party. What i worry about. Is that as someone that is more interested in leading failed movement than being a mere participants in a successful movement. What is your reaction to that. When i was running for president one of the most popular questions i would get from journalists was are you serious and i was a very marginal candidate when i was getting this question. So if you say No then clearly ridiculous and you know like that's bad if you say yes then you seem like you're not lucid and that's not good so so i would say things like there are multiple versions of victory which was accurate in my mind if you say like hey how did andrew gangs presidential campaign go trust me when i say that. I was not sitting at home brokenhearted that i was not present..

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05:03 min | 1 year ago

"america" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Yeah great loved it and against key. He didn't do anything to stop it. Mark meadows didn't do anything to stop it the white house staffed and do anything to stop it but like republican members of congress. Some of them now. They pretend that didn't happen but they were pleading with. Donald trump like kevin mccarthy to stop it from happening and they didn't stop it from happening so like whatever again whatever. The planning was beforehand during the insurrection. President did not try to stop it and a it is. He loved it. His only problem with it to this day is that it didn't work. which tells me for donald trump. The right amount of insurrection is either none or a fucking ton more. I do i will think martinez. Because you're right once you get to three martinez it's not enough. Thank you how many do you want extinct. You get to three. You might as well sex. Yeah exactly you're gonna feel that way now getting. I'm getting late thirties. You sniff martini. As soon as you hit the martini that for me i was like. Oh yeah also like now. We're talking about talking about drinks. Can somebody please quite by the way source this to me. Because i'm really afraid it's going to turn out that it's like a actually was albert. Einstein from brainy quote who said to martinez is too many all right before we leave this topic. I think tommy you wanted. You had some fun for us again. The listeners will be the judge of that so interesting. One important source for the recent details about the trump coup attempt is bob woodward's most recent book and that got me thinking about how everybody would book has three core elements one juicy insider details to sort of an omniscient voice that makes it impossible to verify said details three history on title. You bet the most reason which was peril also do fury was that michael. I according to my extensive research of bob woodward's wikipedia page summary. Not the full thing. He is written twenty one books on. Us politics current event. Holy shit today. He can't even get through twenty thousand tweets. I'm gonna ask you guys to play a little game. I'm going with all the president's melodrama sure all the president's verbs okay okay. Would you tell us the game. I want i'm gonna tell you book titles to a real woodward books one is not okay. Okay let's do it. I saw google get no no no. I wasn't google going to be learning. I was looking at the name. I wish i was looking up. The name is. Is this quiz show. I was looking up the name. Because you're antagonizing a jewish contestants. I was looking at the name of his belushi book because a lot of people the belushi book as an example of him. Kind of having these sort of unverifiable narratives anyway going through one false to true one zero pass for that Here we got ready Shadow maestro undaunted undaunted meisters definitely real. I don't know if it's I think shadows. Fake undaunted is the title of memoir by john brennan. That's what i that's why The war within the choice in trump time trump time. I know that. I think that's the fake. A war within the choice in trump tired and trump time in trump tower. That can't be right even grammatical in time. Journal of america's plagued. Fear is a book by peter. Navarro there you go. Ready bush war. That's real worthy fights. Not sure the secret men who were the fight sounds not. I don't think that's a good enough title. He's good at titled. He's a marketing man. First and foremost that bob woodward who was the what was it was less bush war. That's right that's worthy fights. The secret man. I think worthy fights fake. I'm gonna go with worthy to worthy fights by leon. Panetta a memorial piece bob. The brethren known unknown the final days. Oh man those are all good. They sound like known and unknown as his book about the rumsfeld years. And i think that. I know the last one was woodward signings. I one which one you think rather in album. Sorry the brethren is his book about the supreme court known known is donald rumsfeld's memoirs last one fear duty rage duty duty duty duty memoirs of a secretary by bob gates. You see what i did hear. I made the other people in the blob. As i was doing the game. I was gonna mock woodward's title. And then i realized all political book titles are kind of dushi. So here we are. That was that was fun. Now stay tuned for an interview on forward with interest when we come back. Perfect parts of america is brought to you by imperfect foods. The holidays are right around the corner. It's true if you want help prepping for your parties and family get togethers all supporting a more sustainable local food system checkout.

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

"america" Discussed on Pod Save America

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"america" Discussed on Pod Save America

"They stopped becoming a home. Computer brand for americans. Like i think of what facebook's culture is and it makes me extremely nervous to agean this group of people with this ethnos in charge of more and more pieces of like the way in which we get information or interact with now the physical world has. I don't think like again like we all know a lot of people working facebook. They're good people. They're well meaning. They're like you know they've worked in democratic politics republican politics. I just think like now. They're part of this massive thing that is created all these systems in this inertia. You dug in and you get defensive. And it's like. I don't know who will pull the breaker here or you know like make everybody. I hope this series of reports leads a lot of people to be like. Oh shit i learned a lot of stuff. I didn't know that's how i felt when the snowden disclosures came out my reaction the most michael this shit. I didn't know the us government doing this. I'm hoping that. Facebook internally has a similar reaction that's like oh god i did not realize it. Was this much harm happening. Well maybe you're not. Maybe if you work at facebook right now and you just did find out about this and you don't do anything differently. Maybe you're not as good of a person who dodger. Well there was this. There is something to. There's this debate. Today about the earnings came out their quarterly earnings. And it was a great for read. I even know all the numbers. I don't give a shit great and everyone's like some reporters well. This proves that the company's not in crisis. If like that. I do think that i wonder if all of these stories will have the effect of both making current employees. Think twice about working there for the long haul and i wonder if it will have an effect on facebook recruiting efforts in the future to try to like get the best engineers in the best employees to work for them and i realized that that could be very naive because people like money and they want to work at a place where they make a lot of money. But i don't know there's a lot of people who went to these companies. Because in their minds they thought they were helping. Change the world or doing something. Good or bob bob boyd. The very least. They didn't think that they were actively kind of reading society at its very core Look i think there are people that will take money to work for tobacco companies or course money to Kind of you know. L. sell oxycontin in west virginia. But you know there's a taxi companies ultimately have to pay to get good people. One reporter tweeted that facebook's stock price going up after hours after their earnings reports suggested that the company wasn't in crisis I think that is sort of undercut by the fact that they reported q. Three earnings which ends september thirtieth so none of the current period of turmoil was reflected in those earnings. They also twenty eight point two billion last. Quarter like yeah. It's a money printing machine. But i agree. I think the biggest problem is going to be a recruiting. Because it's hard you. People are now embarrassed to say there. Right tommy. You mentioned this earlier but you know. The wall street journal ran a story about have employees Fought with zuckerberg leadership over allegations that content aren't enforced for breitbart and other right wing publishers. For fear of public blowback which sort of gets to the point where the the the the political the concerns about bias at the top levels of facebook including zuckerberg are pretty crazy. There was a there was a diamond. Silk example of course a facebook staffer said that there should be no punishment for a false post from diamond silk because They noted that the publisher quote has not hesitated going public about their concerns around alleged anti conservative bias on facebook. Mention being scared of that phthalic either bad faith attacks. They work they coordinate them. You have congress You know putting out studies like john. Kyle's office put a study in two thousand eighteen about bias on facebook there's hearings lunatics louie gohmert barking at your boss and as open hearings. Yeah of course you got risk-averse works. I'll say one other thing too. Which is my experience of. I think a lot of wealthier tech people wealthier. La people to to be honest. They fucking hate the left. They hate the left. They hate the left just as much. They hate the right. These are not liberal. Democrats as you said. At best they're centrists. Some of them are republicans and so they share the right wing's antagonism towards the left emigrated party. They agree with it. Lesson worth mentioning before we move on. Is that several stories pointed out. How facebook didn't do enough to stop the january six insurrection. That was mostly organized. It's platform that company rolled back measures that had taken before the election to stop the spread of content that promoted violence and misinformation Facebook's response of courses that they banned the stop the steel groups from the platform that the responsibility for violence lies with trump and others who incited it. What do you guys think of that. Response there there's nothing. Facebook likes doing more than shutting a barn door after the horses are gone there. Do they have any horses left at facebook. I mean we are going to find out that we. I'm sure i am sure that the kind of protests that turned into a riot about About mask vaccine in new york will have been fomented on facebook. There's a story in the washington post today about a montana. Town were rift to bart. because of A pro insurrection and anti kovic safety measures protests taking place. There we will those. Of course we're we're gonna don facebook like it is a platform for information. They allow to get big enough and to turn into such a strong community and they're like now it's a problem and let people find each other encourage people to find each other out building. Yeah it's pretty important part colour ization..

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08:41 min | 1 year ago

"america" Discussed on Pod Save America

"And the quality of the product to it's just like rarely of someone so nail dead to rights on that and then just three and think this sort of the corval talked about for most of the conversation today is that politics in the fear of being called biased drives. So much of what they do. And i think it's important to remember little here because i remember this happening in real time was living in san francisco at the time in two thousand sixteen gizmodo wrote a story quoting a former facebook staffer that alleged that the trending topics page was biased against conservative outlets in stories and that supercharge this coordinated effort by republicans in like People on the hill to say that facebook was biased and it was incredibly successful. Remember when zuckerberg invited glenn back at a bunch of conservatives to menlo park right that meeting you could tell at worst because glenn beck walked out of it instead a bunch of really nice things about facebook. He said that they were behaving appropriately. That they were humble open. They listened and so mark kept doing these. Dinners trump tucker. Carlson brent basell ben shapiro and then like joel kaplan is prominent republican rose to power and so the result is all these political considerations that make no sense When you when you really dig into them like breitbart being called news politico the washington post axios reuters being called liberal. It's an organization that scared to death of being called politically biased and in they're willing to have a platform that is full of misinformation in incitement outrage garbage. If if they're not called liberals. I think that tech executives are the easiest mark totally four pun intended. John there go. I they are the i think they are the easiest mark for ref working because they all believe the technology is beyond politics and that democrats and republicans aren't always right and we can solve our political problems through technology and so when you accuse them of being biased towards one side of the other they take it very seriously also. It's who mark brought in right. Sheryl sandberg was he brought in a bunch of like republicans or at best centrist democrats to help run a run facebook and on at least on political side. Why would i. i think you're right. I think it's not just that they think what they're doing is out is outside of politics. It's at it's more porn than politics and politics in the sweep of history is a distraction from the great work they're doing to build this kind of utopia the other piece of it so i think you're right. They're terrified of called liberals espec- because a lot of their They viewed their staff as being liberal right but the other piece of this and they may have liberal social and cultural values cosmopolitan conservatives. A lot of these people's what they are they are. They are pro gay. In some ways they are Pro equality but when push comes to shove they have conservative leanings. But when i talked to shear frankel who wrote that book about About facebook My question to her was when mark gave up on. This idea of a libertarian paradise which is where. He was not that long ago when he talked to kara. Swisher i think holocaust. Denial is okay because people should see it and and i asked them like what replaces the larger ethic about how facebook governed speech. If it's not going to be libertarian anymore. And she couldn't say an in In one of the pieces. I i thought this was important right. This is what a facebook team member said. They said in multiple cases the final judgment about whether prominent posts violate a certain written policy are made by senior executives. Sometimes mark zuckerberg if our decisions are intended to be an application of a written halsey than it is unclear why executives would be consulted. And so what happens is there's a fear of being called liberal. There's no organizing value or principle until then everything becomes ad hoc everything becomes a debate. Everything becomes about appearances and you end up with the situation where white listed propagandist or at allowed to spread information. Sectarian strife spreads indian around the world. And there's no governing principle to prevent it. I will say you love it. You said a minutes ago that The stories proved that facebook really does know exactly what the problems are. I thought that they also proved that facebook knows how to solve them or at least make them better. Defenses that you hear. All the time from facebook is working hard to solve all these problems but will never be able to solve all of them because these are problems that have to do with human nature and we're just a neutral platform and we can't restrict free speech so these are the same problems that you see in humanity anyway and we're just facebook but that's clearly not what's going on here. Facebook has plenty of tools to fight extremism and we know that because they have used some of them on certain occasions but they refuse to use them all the time or more so i. I thought some of the most damning revelations were about to that point facebook's algorithms pushing people towards extremism and ran a story about how the company created a fictitious user named carol smith who described herself as a politically conservative mom from north carolina within two days facebook was recommending that she joined cunanan groups israel as part. She was arrested at the capitol. I'd say she's actually she's she's she's on the shortlist for trump's veep congratulate scares us better girls going to be on the shortlist better. Carol well of the movie. Carol about i a lesbian kind of a lesbian story involving kate blanchett. They didn't attack with capital. I don't think so. I don't remember. Then what did you think of that story. Facebook spokesperson said. It's the perfect example of research that helped inform their decision to remove cunanan from its platform. Thanks yeah well. That's it was so typical of so many of their responses just one. I really appreciated that. In some internal conversation someone at face sp facebook at. I'm sick of mark answering question. That wasn't asked which is what they do. Over and over and over again they were so slow on q. And on and i was thinking about how they call it they think. Move fast and break things. They are now a government bureaucracy. They move incredibly slowly incredibly Fecklessly around these problems. Because yeah i mean. By the time they removed cunanan did festered into this giant conspiracy. Theory may be one of the biggest ever. It is rendered families like. Yeah we talk about it in political terms. I know people. In my life who've had divorces and now they are co parenting with cuban on people it is a fucking nightmare and they allowed it to fester for so long in same antibiotics content. I mean this is why the this the problem with facebook is not about freedom of speech. Because it's not about your right to say you like you and on or your light right to say. I don't want to get vaccinated. The issue was that facebook algorithm is recommending radical content to people who otherwise wouldn't have seen it problem that is core to the the dna of the product. Just going to people. Why recommend anyone join any political group at all. Let people search for their own political groups if they're interested in and people with like minded like go search for the political group because they're like. Oh well this is how we got rid of cunanan okay. But i'm i'm betting that the algorithm is going to continue to push people to join more extremist groups other extremist groups that not be keen on. And then you're back to playing whack-a-mole all the time there's a more fundamental design fly here which is that the algorithm continues to push people towards polarizing radicalizing content or to join groups like that. Yeah there's a some Daniel philosopher he talks about something called an intuition pump. When an intuition pump is when you use an analogy in a way hides the truth that makes the truth less obvious. And i think all the time facebook to intuition pumps which is in some ways what they want us to think about facebook like kind of inert bulletin board for society right. It's no different than cork board hanging in a coffee shop somewhere where people put things up and other people see them right. But it's of course become this sophisticated operation for delivering information to people at a incredibly sophisticated machine and intelligent machine with agency for delivering information to people and the one thing we learned from this is right after the election. They figured out how they can just literally adjust the dial and all of a sudden far less minsinformation and negative content and being spread and far more accurate and reliable information is being shared and the reason is nefarious. Because the longer they keep you on the site the more money they make and so you have people searching for like wellness or essential oils. All of a sudden they're pulled intellect plan democ anti vaccine content. And all this right wing sort of key. Honor cunanan jason content. It's a problem you see happening across the spectrum and it is a problem of reach Jeff hertz of the wall street journal who love it you talk to an wrote the initial round of stories. I talked to that guy tommy. I'm sorry i was i. Was you guys both only facebook people for i forget with the head been guide before it was the thing..

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06:25 min | 1 year ago

"america" Discussed on Pod Save America

"New episodes of what did they drop every weekday at five. Am eastern things hit. It's a hit. You should listen wherever you get your. Podcast like succession for podcasts. Sure yeah all right man. You guys aren't very giving today. Yes and data you all right. You keep pronouncing it secession and its succession succession. It's like what happens in the union win like the southlands deceased succeeding older roy. I'm sorry and then it's about. I thought i would hear on the pocket. I'm gonna. I'm gonna take your recommendation quietly. I'm gonna put it in my draw. Nice say because of an accent. That i can't quite pinpoint so. Yeah you're right to you. Got him anyway. What a wind up. Let's get to the news all right if you woke up to a shitload of stories about facebook this week. It's because whistleblower francis how went beyond the wall street journal to provide a consortium of more than a dozen news organizations thousands of pages of internal conversations in research. I like the They created a slack threat while the journalists and even they were uncomfortable. With the idea of the consortium and so they said i guess we're a consortium now. Yeah these are documents that also formed the basis of a series of disclosure. She filed with securities and exchange commission the testimony. She gave congress and the testimony. She delivered on monday to the. Uk's parliament the headline from all of this unsurprisingly is that facebook is bad. It's bad The company's own research says that and plenty of the company's own employees say on internal message boards all the time apparently beyond that it can be tough to follow the details of all these stories but the gist is that the algorithms designed by facebook push people towards more radicalizing and polarizing content. That the problem is even worse. In other countries that mark zuckerberg both lies and lives in fear of being accused of liberal bias. And that the company didn't do nearly enough to stop the january six insurrection that was largely organized on its platform. Want to dive into all the specifics. But what do you guys think about how this information was released. Did you find it difficult to process all these stories. Tommy yes i so i credit i. I was initially quite impressed with the rollout. That series of wall street journal stories Were there thorough. There were spaced out well. They were devastating. And then the really brilliant move was convincing minutes to do a big exclusive. Where the only carrot they really had dangled in front of naming the whistle blower who then repeated all the stuff from the wall street journal stories and they got second by the apple. Today was too much man. My understanding is that there were sixty. Eight stories consortium get out of control. Sixty eight stories posted today. All embargoed for like seven am eastern or whatever on like eight different topics. I was just awash with facebook news. I could not follow. All yes. And i do think that a fair amount of it was overlapping. Both with wall street journal reporting from the past couple of weeks and from other stories that came out. today it didn't feel like there is like the same division of labor. that happened with some other. Kind of consortium. What what What was formed around Snowden leaks and some of the other ones who passed yet maybe. This is just like the political staffer in me talking but no one has been driving a message about facebook era based on these documents and so it definitely served the needs of and and the and the way that many journalists wanna do their jobs which is great and i'm glad that good for them for so many of them for writing fantastic stories and they. They did a great job. But if the goal of the of francis hogan is to deliver a single message or even a couple big messages about facebook. I i worry. I mean we're gonna try to do that here in this segment but i do worry that it's going to be hard for your average reader to understand exactly what was going on there and what she was trying to say. Yeah and i also think that there is enough in what we learned. Today that had been spaced out over the next couple of days or weeks it might have had a more lasting impact. There's a very funny Graph in ben. Smith's story about the media piece of it all and how it all came together where the various journalists in this Slack room whatever with funky call slack thing select group. We're arguing over what to call it. And they didn't want to call it the facebook vials because that was the wall street journal branding. So the times started fighting with that. And then casey newton. He's very funny very smart tech reporter Said they should call it. The leftovers awesome and self-aware and very funny. That was really funny. However i will say if you don't want the wall street journal to have a cool name to themselves. Everyone should have just called it. The facebook rate. It would've been the branding away from the wall. Street is not just some some political. And i also love to that. Of course the new york times which lives tend as though they're journalists heart. Were like we're going to go with our story. I because some of it was based on reporting together. They broke the embargo. Yeah but mike. Mike is the one arguing as using that branding. He's like super fun. he wrote super pump. That great uber book but I love the little i-love-you little chippy back and forth among journalists. And then no way. That's going to work without them fighting before we before we get into some of the details any other big takeaways overall broad takeaways that you guys got from these stories. I think to Which is actually. It's just complementary to what we learned from the wall street journal one to a degree. Facebook has basically total clarity into the problems that they're causing And and to just how much internal debate and strife there is within facebook acknowledging how bad it is in real time and desperate for the company to do more though We were talking about this before recorded but there is a little bit like. There's a lot of complaining from people about what facebook isn't doing and they all work at facebook and there's a little bit of like if these guys don't clean up their act before my stock vests i swear to god. I'm outta here tommy. Three takeaways one is bad as we think. Facebook is here in the us. It's exponentially worse abroad. We'll talk about that more later to there's just like there's so many instances of mark zuckerberg Specifically prioritizing financial considerations over safety in the quality of discourse and the quality of the product to it's just like rarely of someone so nail dead to rights on that and then just three and think this sort of the corval talked about for most of the conversation today is that politics.

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"Welcome to save america. I'm john fabric. I'm john lovett tummy. Different election i like. It's an evening. it's how i sound in the evening. welcome. It's an evening recording. The you're getting this first thing tuesday morning. Hopefully you're listening right away. Monday night monday parts of america. Raw us is nice. Just me and my my island boys up on your doctrines now okay. I am not on today's pot. Facebook employees say facebook as dangerous. A rolling stone report suggests that the january sixth insurrection was an inside job might say. Facebook had no bone say doctrines funny and andrew. Yang stopped by crooked. Hq to chat with loved about his new third party forward. Speaking of a violent insurrection that conversation go was good. Some some hard questions. We had a good conversation. I you know. I'm in the lobby. I said love is gonna get you like a fish. And he didn't really last he didn't laugh and it was like i was. I did go pretty hard at him about i. You should listen to the conversation. Because what i said to him. All right you have goals for ranked voting. We think that's great but we don't want you to do anything that makes Electing donald trump an easier thing to do and he said yes he. I don't look who listen to the interest of the interview. You all listen to the interview to all right to knows before we start If you haven't already check out the first episode of my series offline rat with new yorker staff writer gio tolentino about the internet has turned life into an endless performance. Why that makes politics hard and virtue signaling easy and what being online during the pandemic has done to our collective psyche fantastic initial upset john great. Thanks tommy thanks john. I was joking that By abs eighty five. What if the show just reverses on john and he goes down like the dark rabbit hole and becomes a super crazy online person who starts was initiative minutes podcasts as a kind of as a lark and then realize you can't listen to a podcast. Ironically turned around hard on utah. Me that you never know which way the wind. Wow i feel. that's wonderful. It is cute. Yeah i was going to say it'll be a couple episodes..

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