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Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

"Who is us? Where has he where was he born and what has he been doing most of his life? Well, I'm the great great, great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the original brewer, and very proud of our family heritage and the integrity and generosity of the firm down the centuries. My own branch of the family, my grandfather, was one of the first western doctors in China, actually he survived the box arrives, and he went into the Forbidden City and treated the Empress dowager and the last emperor in the early part of the 20th century. My parents were born in China, and importantly for this book, I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution. So I remember the day. You have memory? You have memories? Absolutely. And it's important to this book because I remember the day when my dad said to me son, we're in trouble. Chiang Kai-shek has abandoned the city. We were in the capital, and the Red Army's coming in. And I remember the reign of terror began, and I was there for two years under that, and my parents were kept another two years on the house arrest. But the important was many years later I was at Oxford, and the graduate student, and had general one night with Isaiah Berlin. In other great places of freedom, Jewish. And we discovered he'd been a 7 year old in the Russian Revolution. And I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution the two big communist ones of the last century, so he compared notes thank God the English speaking people who stood up against totalitarianism, but in the mid 70s, when I was with him, it would have been unthinkable. That America would be tempted by anything like a radical socialism, let alone a cultural Marxism. And yet, that's where we are

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Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards

"BTS were named artist of the year at the American music awards marches are a letter with the latest it's B. T. as performing my universe with Coldplay at the AMA's courtesy of M. R. C. bi T. as one artist of the year and two other awards and singer R. M. says they're fortunate to have each other and the fans seven not a user Matt and support from all the armies all over the world Bolivia rodrico won the new artist trophy her only award after leading the nominations with seven

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Should the Republican Party Have a Contract With America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | Last week

Should the Republican Party Have a Contract With America?

"So mister speaker, something, I don't quite understand and kind of I think stumbled into this is why Republicans do not continually embrace the sort of very specific clear and transparent contract with America that you led with in the 90s. If there were to be a contract with America today, for this next election in 2022, what would it be? Educational choice, parental rights. Why is it that Republicans just seem to not be able to get out of their own way when it comes to this? Well, look, I think there's an old tradition in the Republican Party, particularly among the country club Republicans that they're better than that. They don't get their hands dirty with those kind of issues. And I think part of what Trump did was he broke loose both the basically anti confrontation Republicans who dislike Trump and became known for trumpers. And he broke loose. The blue collar workers of every ethnic background. I remember Trump in 2020, got a higher percentage of the minority vote than any Republican in 60 years. And that's because he was willing to take on and talk very bluntly and candidly about people who have radical views and want to profoundly change America. Now I think and this is where I think Glenn young can maybe a very important figure in American history. Young and could be a natural sort of establishment Republican. He's very successful economically. He was the co chair of the Carl group, which was the largest investment group in the middle Atlantic. But he found that the hunger was to take on the left on their local values. And he was smart enough to respond and realize as a leader that he'd have a lot bigger army if he was prepared to roll up his sleeves and get in the middle of that fight. And I would say for next year, first of all, for the first time since 1994, I now advocate that we do have a contract with America, both next year and again in 2024. And I would say that education issues have to be at the center

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Four Debunked Claims by the Media on Kyle Rittenhouse

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last week

Four Debunked Claims by the Media on Kyle Rittenhouse

"The claim by the media was this rittenhouse has fewer no ties to Kenosha How dare he drive Across state lines You know what's funny The guy whose army vaporize them quoting the guy's arm got vaporized who was trying to kill him He actually drove twice as far to commercial but didn't cross state line Anyone want to talk about that No of course not Also he is a felon convicted felon when allowed to have that gun apparently none of the liberals care about that I mean why is everybody freaking out over gauge The guy's got a legal firearm He's convicted felon felony burglary probation violation illegal weapon Then he has sold somebody with an illegal weapon and what happens Karen has shoots him in the arm No one wants to talk about that Nope Back to the claim rittenhouse has fewer notes of Kenosha Rittenhouse was a fact from the testimony in the trial He was a lifeguard in Kenosha Wisconsin at the time And his father lived there Yeah that's me kicking your AWS again Here's another one for you The media's claim that rittenhouse was an outsider and did not understand law enforcement Right this guy's a vigilante This guy's an anarchist This guy's a rent a cop This guy's you know some sort of anarchist Vigilantes a new woke word for racist right You put the two together they work right What's the truth Rittenhouse was a police explorer for the grazed out police department He was a cadet The fire department and he was a certified lifeguard but yes please keep slandering the guy right Keep lying about it I just kicked your AWS again Let me give you the fourth one You're welcome Rittenhouse shot people as they ran away Nope Prosecution witness confirmed They written out shot shot him when a pistol was pointed at rittenhouse's face That would be that gauge gross cruise guess whatever that was last name is Yeah there you

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Why Is Washington, DC Suddenly Concerned About Borders?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | Last week

Why Is Washington, DC Suddenly Concerned About Borders?

"Is why all of a sudden is Washington, D.C. concerned about borders. If you want to get Washington, D.C. really fired up about borders. Don't talk about the southern border. Don't talk about the border between U.S. and Mexico. No, no, no, no. The border they get really fired up about? Is the Ukrainian Russian border. Now, let me be very clear. Vladimir Putin's a thug, okay? I'm not a Putin apologist. There are some people that do that. I think it's kind of weird. I'm not really into that. He's obviously kind of an autocrat. But am I kind of like wake am I spending time at night wondering or concerned whether or not Vladimir Putin is going to expand the Russian border by a hundred miles or not? I couldn't care less. But for whatever reason, there is this new campaign through Republicans to demand U.S. troops to go to Ukraine and defend Ukraine against Russian aggression. Secretary of State Anthony blinken said that he's a concerned about reports of unusual Russian military activity near Ukraine. He added, as we've made it clear any escalator escalatory or aggressive actions would be of great concern to the United States. Why? Why would that be of great concern? Again, I'm not like a Russian. I'm not like a Russia fan. But our own border is being compromised. Our own borders being invaded. Our country is being invaded. Why am I supposed to care about Ukraine again? What does that have to do with us? How is that an existential threat to our existence? And warning to Russia blink into the Biden administration, officials know its playbook, pointing to Ukraine's escalation in 2014 under the Obama administration. Although Russia's intentions are uncertain, the presence at the Russia's elite first guard tanks, an army lens credibility concerns that Russia is planning additional incursions into Ukraine territory. Republicans urged the administration to quote immediately consider an appropriate U.S. Military presence and posture in the region and to initiate appropriate intelligence sharing activities in the U.S. and Ukraine. Why are Republicans not calling for troops to go to the southern border? Why do we want American troops to go to the Ukrainian border, which might be a good cause? Find whatever. Stop Russian aggression I guess we're supposed to care about stuff like that. But our own borders being

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'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Tells Us What to Expect From Her Latest Book

The Dan Bongino Show

02:17 min | Last week

'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Tells Us What to Expect From Her Latest Book

"The book we're talking to Molly Hemingway author of rigged How the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections What can we expect in the book Things will learn in there because I think we're all suspicious Molly and it's the most American thing we can do is to ask questions I mean we had an unprecedented at least in modern times pandemic and election with millions of mail in ballots with counties that had very little experience with mass mail in ballots Florida has a lot of experience with that Therefore their election went off pretty well So what can we expect to find in the book Because a lot of people are still really concerned about this given 2022 being right around the corner So I tell a lot of stories detailed substantiated stories mostly focusing on Georgia Wisconsin and Pennsylvania But at heart it really deals with two big issues And the first one which kind of blew me away was the role that Mark Elias played in corrupting our elections I had been following Marc Elias because he was the guy who created the Russia collusion hoax in 2016 He was Hillary Clinton's general counsel He's the one who paid the people to make up the Russia story So I'd already been calling him I couldn't believe what a big role he played in corrupting our 2020 elections by enacting hundreds of changes of important election integrity laws flooding the zone with the mail in ballots We had such a more than threefold increase in the number of mail in ballots And it was just like you said done very sloppily And then the other thing was that I had been led to believe that when Mark Zuckerberg put $419 million of his money into the election system that this was like bipartisan help for COVID relief It wasn't That was a lie It was an overtaking of governmental election offices which are supposed to be preserved from partisan politics to run the democratic get out the vote operation and they focused on blue cities and counties in swing states Philadelphia to turn Pennsylvania and the cities in Wisconsin to turn Wisconsin Atlanta to turn Georgia and it was plotted out very savvy completely wrong I mean they just brought in an army of left wingers to run democratic operations in inside our governmental election offices And it was really effective

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Interview w/ Cody Blaine   Plus Some Standup Comedy! Show #89 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview w/ Cody Blaine Plus Some Standup Comedy! Show #89 - burst 01

"Good to be clear this day and age. I used to joke on is used to say on the american army not to say that grown people think hit the army. Go into a bit on that so yeah joined the army. I had a three year commitment. And i knew after about in about six months that it was not for me and i said but i still. I still had been the rest of the time in the army. You know doing army stuff. So i ended up Probably i was actually had gone back to i. I was in germany. I went back to texas and when i was in texas i actually did a i went up onstage. Do what state actually did a Of the talent contest. So i went up into the talent contest and i had one joe written and i thought that like in my life i thought well you know i will just go up. Fell this joke and then funny things will come to me. you know. some people think it's that easy and some people go on state so so Untold it thought me. That's only finish it so i go up on stage my job and my one joe is You know my friends go out and drink beer. And they say that it doesn't affect them but then they ended up going home with ugly when they go out to bars. They drink beer and they go home with eglin right so i thought that will get a laugh. Big got nothing and that's my only joke and so i'm standing there trying to think of another thing. Something like waiting for the way kambas might come and someone the audiences in the silence. Something the audience. Yeah that's why you'll be going on with an ugly woman and that actually gets a little bit of a lap right and so then i said yeah. I'll be going home with your date. And that got it. You can imagine that got this gigantic wave of laughter which is like a like a kind of laughing you know happens in a comedy club worth just like the whole place erupts and that moment is that one laugh. I didn't get any more laugh but that one laugh. I felt like i think i'm having the cereal i knew i knew i had a lot of work but just that

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Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance

"Ethiopia's Tigray forces adjoining all the armed groups to form an alliance against prime minister admits after a year of war that has killed thousands of people the new union include Citigroup forces as well as the aroma Liberation Army and seven all the groups from around the country the alliance now known as the United front of Ethiopian federalist forces was signed into being in Washington organizers say the group will be both political and military with the aim of deposing prime minister Abiye admits to seek a political transition after a year of devastating war US special envoy Jeffrey Feltman this meeting with officials in the European capital amid calls for an immediate ceasefire and talks I'm Karen Thomas

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Republican Winsome Sears Challenges MSNBC's Joy Reid: 'Get Your Facts Straight'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Republican Winsome Sears Challenges MSNBC's Joy Reid: 'Get Your Facts Straight'

"I know we shouldn't spend a lot of time on MSNBC personalities. But what the lieutenant governor elect of Virginia has done with one particular odious talking head over there, joy Reid is magnificent. This woman's story is astounding. She immigrated to the United States from Jamaica had a tough time it was in a Salvation army homeless shelter. Got out of that challenge and that that pressure and that toughness and that hard life, U.S. Marine ran a women's shelter, served her state as a delegate now is elected. She's the number two elected official in the state of Virginia. First woman of color to hold that position, it's a magnificent story and joy read thinks Republicans like winsome shears are racists and white supremacists somehow, and dangerous. So yesterday I saw winsome Sears on Martha McCallum's show on Fox News. This, to me, sums up everything of this week, it sums up the collapse of the woke agenda. It sums up the this was a collapse of the this was a repudiation of the Biden agenda. We all know it. They know it. James carville knows it. A Democrat strategist been around forever, and he knows how the game is played. And he said, woke this is crushing and destroying the Democrat party. So I give you winsome shears on Martha McCallum show yesterday on Fox News with a very heartfelt challenge to one joy, read. You have to be willing to vocalize that these Republicans are dangerous. That this isn't a party that's just another political party that disagrees with a thumb tax policy. That at this point, they're dangerous. They're dangerous to our national security, because stoking that kind of soft. White nationalism. Eventually leads to the hardcore stuff. Your reaction to that, miss Sears. I wish joy Reid would invite me on her show. I'm let's see if she's woman enough to do that. I'd go in a heartbeat and we have a real discussion without joy. Speaking about me behind my back, if you will. She talks about white supremacy. Does she know that I ran against a white supremacist? I mean, joy, come on, get your facts straight. And then come talk to

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Leadership Lessons from a US Army General  Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11

A New Direction

06:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Leadership Lessons from a US Army General Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11

"A gunnery. Sergeant michael burkhart was the who was the explosive ordinance disposal team leader went down to that site with two young marines and they were going to conduct a post blast analysis to determine a tactics techniques procedures insurgents. Were using so we could try to prevent these attacks from happening again in the future and when gunny burkhardt got down there with two young rains was chaotic. The soldiers were cisterna. Seen the ad that a chaos there were two reporters from the omaha world herald newspaper there there were embedded reporter so anyway going burkhard gets down. There sees the destroyed up. Armored humvee sees a crater near that up armored humvee bow four feet in diameter a couple of feet deep makes an assumption that that's for that roadside bomb that destroyed that humvee was placed jumps down into crater. Take a closer look as soon as he did that. He realized he made a mistake because he could see in the dirt in front of him to artillery shells. Red detonation cord running in the nose was a roadside bomb. That an insurgent have placed their so. He took his k bar knife. Cut the red debt. Detonation cord to neutralize that roadside bomb. He didn't see a third artillery shell into dirt behind him in that crater. An insurgent was off in the distance. Hit a button. On a that nation device that artillery shell exploded not going burkhardt about fifteen feet into the air lands on the dirt road unconscious pants soaked with blood. Our soldiers call a medevac helicopter. Ride away go up tomb start. Cut his pants off. Start tending to his boons after few minutes burkhart regains consciousness. The soldiers couldn't believe that and and he's laying there and he asked the soldiers if he has both of his legs because they had no no sensation from the waist down. They sure to me had both of his legs. They continue to work on 'em couple minutes later. He gets a tingling sensation in his legs. He tells the soldiers he wants to stand up. Soldiers couldn't believe that this guy had just gotten blown up and so we struggles to his feet. He standing there to soldiers around him. The medevac helicopter comes in lands on the ground behind them. The soldiers point to the stretcher On the ground in front of the misogony. We've got you know. Gotta put you on a stretcher and carry you to that helicopter. He looks at the soldiers and he says i'm not going to have you carry me that helicopter on a stretcher. I'm going to walk there under my own power. Because i don't want the insurgents of the pleasure of seeing me being carried that helicopter and easy. He says that he raises his hand into the air and gives the insurgents which i will call a one finger salute reporter reported from the omaha world heritage takes a picture of him standing there Groin protector. you know. In in front of his private area there. No pants on finger thrown up into the air soldiers around him. You'd say the helicopter the background. That picture became an iconic picture of the iraq war but what is deleted Point of the story. And the reason i tell this story and the reason. I think it's important. The leadership point of this story is member told you. He had two young marines with them that day. He knew he was going to have to recover from his wounds. He knew what all the roadside bomb attacks were getting that those two young marines were going to have to be out there probably later on that day routes realizing roadside bombs. The reason he wanted to walk to that helicopter instead of being carried there had nothing at all to do with what he thought and surgeons for thinking. He wanted to walk to that helicopter so we would not shatter the confidence of those too young marines. Pseudo leadership point is even after getting blown up ten minutes earlier. His main concern was not with his own wounds. His bank concern was with those two young marines. Who he was leading an isn't that what leadership is all about. And we talked about that looking out for the welfare of those you lead rather than your own welfare and that's exactly what gandhi burkhardt exemplified that day. And that's why. I like to tell that story that i read read that story. I had to read it again. Because i was laughing because i could just see i. I have friends who are marines right by the way. There's no such thing as an ex marine okay. the just doesn't exist. I've been told that countless times by my friend there's just no such thing they they may be quote unquote have retired at the end of their name. But they're still all. And and and i just thinking about them go. That's exactly what jimmy would. That's exactly what he would have done. That's what bob would have done. He would have done the same thing. I i can. Just see it. I just great story but it was truly the surprise in that lesson was not. I thought it was going to be resiliency. It is but the point is that he cared so much about making sure that those other two young marines were their that their mental emotional state was not shaken. Yeah and you know jay that think about this as leaders we face adversity almost every day in whatever organization were leading the some degree and and sometimes things get tough honest and the point is as a leader. You can't be thinking. I'm an figuratively. I'll use this. You know you can't be thinking. I'm cold i i'm hungry. You know i. I'm shivering right. No you you've got to show those you're leading that you know what i've got the resiliency to overcome this. And because i do you have the resiliency to overcome. They might be called. I might be hungry. I might be weak. But i'm going to take care of you before i take care of myself. And that's the essence of leadership. We underestimate the modeling of behavior. Don't we when it comes to leadership absolutely. Yeah and you know what the other thing i learned in my forty years of leading soldiers also leading teams in the business sector. Is the people you lead are always watching you practice. You know you could. You could put down in writing. What your leadership philosophy is or you could verbally give some guidance about behaviors. You're looking for but those you lead are going to be watching to see you. Know how do you adhere your own guidance. Behaviors that you're looking for you. Exemplify those behaviors and your followers are always watching and your actions speak so much larger than larger louder than your words. Do

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Republican Glenn Youngkin Wins Virginia Governor’s Race in Blow to Democrats Everywhere

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Republican Glenn Youngkin Wins Virginia Governor’s Race in Blow to Democrats Everywhere

"What a joy to come to work with only a few hours sleep 'cause I had to see Glenn young and speak. I had to stay up to see this extraordinary lieutenant governor of Virginia winsome Sears speak what a story what a story emigrated to this country. Of course, first African American, lieutenant governor of the history of the Commonwealth, a product of a Salvation army homeless shelter went on to serve her country in the marines and gave a speech last night that not one single MSNBC or CNN viewer saw. Let that sink in about how vile they are. Because her story is such an American story. And that's what the left never understands about us. They treat us like dirt. And they literally ignored winsome Sears. While they were flailing about and sick to their stomachs with their constipated look on their faces, I had so much fun watching MSNBC. I watch them about once a year. And last night was a great night to watch MSNBC. To watch that shrieking woman Nicole Wallace, oh my gosh. I mean, I really thought they were all going to start throwing up on set. Because this is a brutal devastating repudiation of the Biden agenda. You know what happened last night, sanity prevailed. A wave of sanity. Nothing. Swept across the nation. North south east and west. And there's got to be a giant reset

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Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

"Joe Kent welcome to America first. Tell us your story first. We were going to discuss your epic decision to serve the nation again this time out of uniform, but tell us a little bit about your life history. What you decided to do at the age of 18 and what you've done in uniform for this nation. Absolutely so pretty much as far back as I can remember, I wanted to serve the country abroad, fighting our nation's wars. I came in just before 9 11. I was really inspired by the rangers in the 1993 Black Hawk down incident. So talking to the army recruiters and you got a ranger contract ready to high school, work my way into ranger regiment. I started my career there. And then my way into special forces. So green berets as most people know them. Actually, it was in special forces selection one 9 11 happens. So God done with the special forces qualifications course, immediately went to 5th special forces group and spent pretty much the next two decades at war. So winter combat 11 times for this country, greatest honor of my life. Retired the 20 year mark because I wanted to be able to stay in the fight operational retired on a Friday and then swore in as a paramilitary operations officer at the CIA on a Monday intended to make that my second career. I felt it was my nation's calling to serve this country overseas fighting war. But my time was cut short tragically because my late wife, Shannon Kent, who was also a special operator, a navy cryptologist and Arabic linguist who had joined the military right after 9 11. She was killed fighting ISIS in Syria in 2019. She was killed about a month after president Trump attempted to fulfill the will of the American people and get us out of our endless war. She was part of the final push to destroy the territory territorial caliphate. Once that happened, Trump attempted to get our troops out as he promised. And that's when the deep state essentially turned against him Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats, committed bureaucratic slow role, went to the media, their end result was that my wife and the element that she was worth a special operator she was with ended up staying in Syria, a month later her and three other great Americans are tragically killed by suicide bomber and managed Syria. So I decided that that moment that I had to resign from putting myself in physical danger to take care of our two young children, move back here to the Pacific Northwest, had a little bit of an opportunity to meet president Trump and really tell him that his America first foreign policy was actually giving it right. I served under Clinton, I served under Bush served under Obama and we remained in this state of continuous war and without making any gains really just for the benefit of the military industrial complex until president Trump came on the scenes and gave us the authorities and then really the ability to go out and crush the enemy decisively, but not getting any

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The American Marxist Tried Destroying Our Military

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

The American Marxist Tried Destroying Our Military

"You see the American Marxist as Levin has appropriately coined they get into every aspect There are American marxists in the government And yeah we elected one in 2008 And dealt with it for a long time and we're still dealing with it His grandfather's elected and he still kicking our butts But this is the problem They've always wanted to destroy the military What happened when Trump came in First thing he had to do is put a ton of money into rebuilding the military Obama destroyed I mean it comes as no surprise to anybody I think When I've seen Facebook threads on my personal account not even the radio stuff Where you know a woman that I know woman of color bipoc as they say black indigenous person of color Was going at it She's a retired sergeant probably subscribes to woke ism She was having an argument with an active duty lieutenant Who was also by pocket claiming that he was gay And he was taking the position that you know what Our military is being hindered by people that joined the United States Army Just to have a sex change during the Obama years And that's why Trump took a lot of heat for that

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How 'Wokeism' Is a Threat to American Life With Megyn Kelly

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last month

How 'Wokeism' Is a Threat to American Life With Megyn Kelly

"Issues. Let's talk about the CRT battle. You've decided to speak out about this, saying, I don't want to put words in your mouth. But you've given some opinions about this, especially given your own family in New York City and kind of all the drama surrounding that comment a little bit about where you think our country's at with this and do you consider kind of woke ism to be a threat to the American way of life? Yes, I do. I mean, I think it needs to be fought and we need all hands on deck, because while their army is a lot smaller than our army, it's powerful. And it may be small in number, but they have control of some key institutions, including the media, including academia, now sports, and so on. And so if we don't fight, they're only going to grow further and more powerful. So now's the time and I get that it's scary, but I'm kind of done listening to how scary it is because this is an existential moment for our country of our way of life. And I just interviewed John mcwhorter. You know, he brilliant Columbia University professor. He and Glenn Lowry, they speak sense when it comes to race and all this stuff that we've been listening to. And recorder just said to me and I quote, it's in his new book, make no mistake. They are coming for your children. That's exactly

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President Trump Did a Lot of Good for Our Country

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

President Trump Did a Lot of Good for Our Country

"That's the truth And he did a hell of a lot for this country Securing the borders reviving the economy did a lot for minorities in this country In minority communities and so forth He recognized that China was the enemy As in many respects in a box as a result of the things he did and they were scared the hell out of them Same with Russia Same with a rain Iran was on the verge of collapse now Iran is back Because Biden and the Democrats are giving them sustenance Even on the inbred and North Korea was pretty much in a box he wasn't firing missiles off And nobody said he could do it but Trump made a deal with Mexico With a Mexican army was stopping illegal immigrants on its southern border before they could even get to our wall And our wall for the most part the extent it was built over 500 miles but the Democrats blocked the rest Was working and it certainly would have worked if it had been completed So many positives he pushed the vaccines through with operation warp speed He was getting a lot of red tape from Fauci and the FDA and the CDC He pushed it through his only he can Therapeutics very very important He pushed those through There's so much when you think about it He destroyed ISIS I mean I'm just sitting here thinking about

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 Israel envoy to brief US over ban on Palestinian groups

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Israel envoy to brief US over ban on Palestinian groups

"Israel sending an envoy to Washington amid a deepening rift with the bike the administration of the six outlawed Palestinian rights groups Israel's foreign ministry has told army radio the envoy would give administration officials in the U. S. all the details and present all the intelligence Jerusalem last week designated some prominent Palestinian rights groups as terrorist organizations sparking international criticism I'm repeating assertions by Washington there have been no advance warning of the move Israel's decision marks what critics say is a major escalation of his decades long crackdown on political activism in the occupied territories the state department has said it wants more information on the decision I'm

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US military says it killed al-Qaida leader in drone strike

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

US military says it killed al-Qaida leader in drone strike

"The U. S. military says it killed a senior al Qaeda leader in an air strike Friday in northwest Syria Abdul Samad al matar was killed by a drone strike which came two days after a U. S. military outpost in southern Syria was hit by a coordinated attack that included rockets and drones U. S. officials said no American troops were injured or killed in that attack army major John Rigsby says in a statement the killing of al matar will disrupt al Qaeda's ability to further plot and carry out global attacks threatening U. S. citizens our partners and innocent civilians I'm Julie Walker

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Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | Last month

Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat

"And we're back one on one with Jesse Jane Duff. Okay, we discussed it at the beginning of the show. Let's open it up a little bit further. The NDAA, the national defense authorization act the Republicans who are bending over backwards to facilitate the crazies in the Democrat party. Well, not crazy. The crazy Democrat party told us about this idea of the draft for women. And who's behind this insanity and give us your take justice? Well, you know, there is so much disarray with this current administration that I couldn't tell you the logic behind any of it. Other than they have been enabled by our enemies. I mean, I look at this as just watering down the capabilities of our United States military one drip at a time. And people, you know, I get on Twitter and I get these guys. I wanna say, well, you all wanted equality. And I'm like, stop it. Stop it. Don't sit here and argue with someone like me. I wasn't one of those lieutenants that went to go to the courts and protest ensues, so I could become a general one day. The odds of you becoming a general in the infantry are slim to almost zero. Number one, number two, what is your motivation for this? It's not going to impact combat readiness. On one level. So first of all, there was a study done by the United States Marine Corps when Obama had lifted the combat exemption for women. And I believe it was 2015. April 15th, I remember was tax day. And it went without nobody cried. Nobody cried. Civilian women didn't even care. And I'm sorry, civilian ladies, you never care till it impacts you. And the fact is, as they've taken it for granted that their daughters wouldn't get drafted, but I told that many radio shows and TV shows as soon as you put women in ground combat, how are you going to be able to say you can justifiably stop putting it having them in the draft? So here's the thing, the bulk of the women don't want to go in the infantry for a multitude of reasons. We have 45% less muscle mass 20% less won capacity. And I hear women in the army particularly want to get mad at me and say, oh, you're against women's rights. Say, you are not thinking this out. Even if a woman can get through the training, what are her odds of surviving hand to hand combat with the enemy? Because that's what Fallujah was. This is equivalent to putting a woman in a mixed martial arts cage with a man. You can not believe pounds or 80 pounds of equipment. And not only that, the enemy tends to fight on methamphetamines and other drugs. So that right there. Two. Even if you pass the training, your odds are you're going to be at the lower percentile of the men. Unless they've done so many accommodations, they've lowered the standard. You now have

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"american army" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"american army" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Rebelliousness and serve chaos and unexpected things into some of court meetings of you're innocent. How astrologers discovered some of those just through what was happening at the time that you're ns was discovered back in the eighteenth century which is like the american revolution and the french revolution and one of the things. That's weird about the french. Revolution is just how Really chaotic and extreme. It was at times and how far Sometimes revolutionaries went in a certain direction when pursuing their gender goals at the time. Yeah and even. The of the american revolution wasn't quite as Head choppy like. That wasn't that. I'm sure that was chaotic. I mean it was basically like fighting a guerrilla insurrection against You know a superpower and then like a you know like sort of tentative alliances with european countries against the british and like you know. I'm sure as a person at that time. It was incredibly chaotic. It wasn't like we're going to war and we're gonna march. We're going to march our american army onto the field versus the british army. And we're going to have it out and whoever wins gets to you know whatever. Yeah well so so. I guess for the point that is sometimes those things that revolutionized are messier than people realize going into it and sometimes may be The ideal of breaking away from something looks cleaner than the actual reality reality. Yeah because once you're in it you can't stop you can't say. I think we won't do this now. Once you're engaged and the forces of moving you do have to say it through and then it becomes a little bit of an endurance situation. Yeah when also that there's a weird social thing that once that ball gets rolling that sometimes there's a social thing that reinforces and people in groups take things further than they might do on their own. Oh yeah that's actually a really good framing for likes strong mars strong saturn with urine s In there for shits and giggles Is that neither mars. Saturn is is In a in a position to back down right. And it's like that's a that's a war of attrition right because not neither is just going to you know neither is getting killed in the first or second round And so the question is. Do you want to set yourself up to be part of that. Do you wanna do trench warfare in november. They beat be careful. About what conflicts you you join one thing. I came to appreciate in much more visceral detail after our time in europe was trench warfare. Because we were. We took some time to visit. Some of the battlefields of we'll we'll one and we'll we'll to to get an end to go through some of the museums where they would attempt to kind of recreate and share the experiences. And when one thing i learned. Is that when you end up. In one of these protracted bashful type things what it can sometimes come down to is supply chains and supply lines that you can only dig in and fight for as long as you are able to feed and clothe yourself or your your teammates or you're fighting mates your army and so that is going to be really interesting as we see different things socially and collectively get bedded down into we're going to. This is the hill. I wanna die on. This is the thing i'm gonna choose to stand for. And then how do things like supply chain or access to resources effect. That won't personal level that hearkens back to will receive mars and vitality. Yeah right and then you know what you and i was argument. Which is like yeah. You can power through powering through his never sustainable strategy. It may be the right strategy for a particular period of time. But it's always that's never that's never long term solution and you always run out of gasoline at some point which is of course half the reason that the The the americans won the battle of our dens is because the germans ran out of gas for their tanks. They had these awesome tanks that they literally just had to leave behind because they had no gasoline. Yeah wow the guy. But i love that analogy kelly. I think that's a great piece of advice to leave people on for october. Which is get your supply lines in october. I'm while you can and.

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"american army" Discussed on Tribe of Leaders

Tribe of Leaders

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"american army" Discussed on Tribe of Leaders

"You kind of answered that he is so yes. It's scary because you have to trust somebody else to do it. And you know you you'll capable doing so. I imagine that quarterback has become the coach the first time. Good quarterback gets sacked than the coaches thinking. Well i wouldn't have done that. The coach has to think back. What did the quarterback just learned from that and as long as nobody got hurt. Maybe that's a great experience that we can use to make that an even better quarterback but it's that trust in the situation situation quite often. The question i asked leaders is Was your best learning. Come from when i think about it. It's the mistakes. They made an how they pick themselves up from the mistakes. So you recognize that you see the light bulb go off in them that says oh so i need to let my people like to give a bit of space. My people make mistakes to maximize learning a now the developing leaders on the team rather than just followers. Yeah absolutely and i mean i did this with my cancer last with my team and teach my clients wildly to set your people up for failure and not from a standpoint of like putting them in a terrible positions where. There's no way that they can't succeed where they have all these opportunities to do. A or b make choices and learn from them and be guided as sorted. Because i think we breeze by seconds to celebrate whatever. The goal is we've accomplished. And you grease by all of those. And they're great but we don't really debrief thus much as opportunity from the standpoint of when things are not working while the american army has a great technical after action review. I've taken adapted some of that for use with a lot of my clients that the idea is after an action. You sit down with all the key stake in that action and you leave your rank at the door and you really say what was the plan. What's happened what caused that to happen. What did we learn from this. But we apply next time no blame. There's no rank it's all a matter of. Let's get the facts on the table because we want to maximise the learning in the future as much as possible because we can't do anything about it yesterday or we can do is learn from that to make sure that we make better today tomorrow and i liked the neutrality. Vat of like no rank net position. Whatever we're just in here to dissect what was not good or bad. Just make it better for somebody. Who's not leader Leadership position. How can they have more influence or develop. Excellence in the team at the group. Appreciate the gentle low ball. Toss to back to my book. The great seems to great because what we talk about it and that is that leadership is not about the title. The rank the position the points. It's about the choices. You make an particularly the choices you make the influence and impact the people around you and so if you think about that everybody's making leadership choices on a daily basis. The difference between somebody part of the team and somebody who's the defined leader of the team is just amplification. The ceo's choices are amplified allowed. Done the janitors choices but the is still making leadership choices that influence the people around them and and so that idea of if we're making leadership choices we can make good and bad leadership choices. What green path redpath choices and the model areas with wood laying bricks on a leadership path continually and a green one is one that drives us towards a great good about a future and the red one is one that tends to be blamed attack..

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"american army" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

The Patriot 1280 AM

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"american army" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

"Armies of coaching. So they start death marches again. And I know what the death marches and I know I'm not gonna make it. I'm going to probably about £80 or so. Scallop. Something alone, so I keep hiding. On the 10th of April. 1945 was hiding and was found by a guard who came along with the dog and found a number of us Hiding under the building across space marches is out. Stand in front of the gate. God's begin together, went to march to submit death March again. Miraculously, while this is going on. The city of wine. My riches about 345 miles away, is being bombed by American Their plates. Obviously the guards are gonna get killed. They wait. On that day. Buried less than all the along. I survived another day. The next day. I know Every single guard. That is outside of the camp in this powers or inside the cat disappeared. Didn't matter your German or Hungarian or Ukrainian or the failure of the disappeared. And see a clock in the afternoon. On April 11th 1945 Kill American soldiers who are into my barracks. Liberation. Nobody wants to kill me. Not only that All they want to do is feed me. As much I can absorb. I ate too much. I picked out When you don't have food. You haven't had a meal in months. Professional, you pig out. The American Army. The wonderful stuff Now, here I am. I'm not 15.5 years old in my barracks, 15 year olds, some 14.5 and some 15.5. Ellie Wiesel was one of him in my barracks. They got to do something. So what they did. This took us all out of the camp immediately within a matter of days. Listen up into the bill. It's where the Nazi analogies to live. So now we get fed three meals a day. You're living in a lovely place. Each room has four beds in it. Mattresses and pillow cases. And you knew you knew you had made it by this time. Yeah. Yeah, we're gonna go to Ah, break. We'll keep you for one more segment. It's a privilege to speak with you. Irving Roth folks, we'll be right back. It's Eric.

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"american army" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

The Patriot 1280 AM

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"american army" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

"The American armies of coaching. So they start death marches again. And I know what the death marches and I know I'm not gonna make it. I'm down to probably about £80 or so. Scope. Something alone, so I keep hiding. On the 10th of April. 1945 was hiding and was found by a guard who came along with the dog and found a number of us Hiding under the building across space marches is out. Stand in front of the gate. Guards begin together, but too much has been a death march again. Miraculously, while this is going on. The city of wine. My riches about 345 miles away, is being bombed by American Their plates. Obviously the guards are gonna get killed. They wait. On that day. Buried less than all the along. I survived another day. But next day I know Every single guard. That is outside of the camp in this powers or inside the cat disappeared. Didn't matter your German or Hungarian or Ukrainian or the failure of the disappeared. And three o'clock in the afternoon. On April 11th 1945 Kill American soldiers who are into my barracks. Liberation. Nobody wants to kill me. Not only that All they want to do is feed me. As much I can absorb. I ate too much. Paid out. When you don't have food. You haven't had a meal in months. Professional looking out. The American Army. The wonderful stuff. So here I am. I'm not 15.5 years old in my barracks are 15 year olds, some 14.5 and some 15.5. Ellie Wiesel was one of him in my barracks. They got to do something. So what they did. This took us all out of the camp immediately within a matter of days. Listen up into the bill. It's where the Nazi analogies to live. So now we get fed three meals a day. Living in a lovely place. Each room has four beds in it. Mattresses and pillow cases. And you knew you knew you had made it by this time. Yeah, Yeah, We're going to go toe. Ah, break. We'll keep you for one more segment. It's a privilege to speak with you. Irving Roth folks. We'll be right back..

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"american army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"american army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Strikes me. Maybe it's her persistence when she talks about coming to California, so you know percent of them standing, but I'm not gonna be about the best. Look, I'm a transgender woman. I'm not gonna live my life dresses a boy. No, no, no, no, no, no. One day I want everyone who knows me to say no animated She fought for her dreams, and they came true. One night about six months after I started following Luna's story, I get a collect call from a detention center last moon to accept the call Luna Well, I promised on the have got my stuff. Luna is back at O Die Mesa, the detention center just east of San Diego in the same cell in the same bed where she had stayed the year before. E scratched me permission to visit her there. Ah, guard leads me to a tiny room where Luna is waiting. Word detainee emblazoned in white letters on the back of her blue uniforms. Me, she looks got and exhausted. Her eyes are still bright, she says. The sexual harassment here has been a nightmare when it tells me she can't afford to buy shampoo or soap or chocolate bars in the commissary. She says. Other inmates have offered to buy them for her in exchange for sexual favors. A man was generally I said I'd look in the American Army will stand for the National park in my laces and doesn't I'm not going to do something I don't want to do for a cup of soup because 60.

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"american army" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"american army" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Recommendation is the drill master of valley forge. The baron bunch toibin and the making of the american army by paul la carte. This biography gives some background on his early years but focuses on the generals years in the continental army at about three hundred pages not counting notes and index. It gets into pretty good detail about the man and his contribution to the american cause the author. Paul lockhart published the book in two thousand eight. Professor la carte teaches history at wright state university in ohio and has written a number of other books on warfare in sixteenth and seventeenth century europe as well as a book on bunker hill. So if you want to read more about punch toibin you may wanna get the drill master of valley forge for my online recommendation. I'm going to recommend von storylines army manual. It's called regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the united states. A store continued to make changes to this manual. Both during and after the war the version i found is from seventeen ninety four. It's not exactly riveting reading but if you're a reenactor or just want to understand. Better drill worked in the revolutionary war. This manual is a good primary resource. You can search for the online document on archive dot org just search for the title regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the united states. But of course the easier ways probably just used direct link on my website. Remember if you're listening to this and looking at up the week of the release of this episode you can find it right at the top of the website. If you're looking later. I have a link to a list of former online recommendations. And you just look up the recommendation for this week. And there's a direct link there also for the blog episode. i include a link there as well. So you can just go to the blog episode and click on the link to go to the online resource. My blog of course is at blog dot m. rev podcasts dot com. If you would prefer to have a paper copy of the manual rather than just read it online. I've also included an amazon linked to buy a hard copy of the manual. And you can find that also at the bottom of the blog episode. Remember that if you click on any of my amazon links you help benefit this podcast. As i get a small commission from amazon at no additional cost.

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"american army" Discussed on G&Q Review

G&Q Review

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"american army" Discussed on G&Q Review

"Truck drivers assuming because he killed the other guy, they never really explained he wasn't initially chosen to be a truck driver. But he makes a bet with the the American Army Guy and he says, Oh, if this guy doesn't show up I get to take his place. And the guy doesn't show up and he's just. I. Don't I don't maybe he had no problems with actually you know hurting. Other people. But when you Get Yeah. Its own life driving A. Car maybe something he didn't have as much control over. He, he starts freaking out. Yeah you just crumbles completely in he's. Like he's cautious. He's beyond cautious. It's like Dude, you signed for this job at this point. The only thing you can do is get your head in the fucking game like you being worried it's not gonNA help anything. Yeah I even thought he he gets like sick on the first leg of the trip the first fifteen miles out of I think three hundred miles that they have to go and I thought that was fake I though I was just he didn't want to go first. Because of some like strategy he had and he was just faking it. That's why as well like if there's an obstacle, these guys will blow up before us. Yeah. Like he was so smart he knew that. We should go slow on that Washboard, the dangerous part of the road. So we're going to let them go ahead and they're to go fast because you have to go over like forty miles per hour for some reason over this strip, but we're going to actually go six miles per hour. I thought it was the same thing after he played. I thought he was playing dumb about being sick, and then immediately after they got ahead I, thought he was going to be like this is the plan. Third yes. Back and he didn't nope not all. Still. Coward. Still, whiny and. Sabotaging essentially. Their progress..

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"american army" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"american army" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Burden we have more competitive tax system so at least we have record levels of low unemployment in every demographic you know Hispanics African Americans women and we we we were just so strong and the American army wants to be strong but there's been a lot of devastation of his band capital wiped out of people's life savings in the small businesses that will have to figure out a way to restore I think the PPP programs really work to get money very quickly in the hands of many small businesses but there are so many that didn't have access to it because they never relationship with the bank so what would have to be a lot smarter and a lot more charging what we do said to really help restore that capital cities businesses can re open but your brain we also reduce the fear some of the mainstream media you know too many people in in academia with these these models which in many cases just wildly you know we have just created the just the level of fear that's not warranted if you're a young person you really shouldn't over be overly concerned about Kobe so no more so than just in the normal flu but yet this fear is just gripped our economy our society for my camp white tutu an irrational level and that's what's gonna hold the economy back until we have effective therapies affect this year's honorees I've been pushing it let doctors be doctors will let them explore different therapies outlook not just hop on a hydroxyl Portland for example and and denigrated because the president would like to see that work let let's explore different therapies and cures the tests people if we get cold we don't believe that they've got depth sensing by the way the vast majority of them it won't be calling the Georgia maybe not even have symptoms so which reduce that fear level before going to really get our economy come roaring back away wants to speak to us and Ron Johnson Wisconsin is my guest brand shaming sitting in for Dan o'donnell Ron Johnson to talk to me you know lots of talk this week the last couple weeks about yet another stimulus more unemployment more whatever look everyone wants folks to get taken care of but we also want to get people back in the economy and working I mean if you've got some bottom lines going forward on what you want to see and how they and I know you wrote a column on this what we what's the one two three on this I mean what works well first of all we can to standardize people to stay unemployed a recent study published in the Wall Street journal said that sixty percent of people are currently on unemployment are making more on unemployment there ever meet their job when I talk to employers they can't correct people backed up people come back to work here because a friend called it yeah there's there's there's certain certainly irrational fear that I understand but when people can make more unemployment that's also going to hamper of portability get people back which hampers obviously economic recovery so we need to get rid of that very perverse incentives I mean we we do need to target there there is this is nobody's fault and so this wasn't the only responsible financial behavior by businesses they've been wiped out financially because of cold it and so you know we we've been quite generous this is the experimental program here we're we're we're borrowing money we're putting money to restore capital but we need to direct it properly we we can't just carpet bomb the economy and provide capital in money to people that don't need it we have to really target those fiable businesses that need the capital to re open this week but again we've got to reduce that fear factor we have to stop engaging in in all this fear mongering in the press if you're a young person if I was thirty years old I would not be afraid to call it in yet I see young people jogging outside with the with the mascot yeah yeah I did this morning on the inhales corners all the way over here it wasn't it one of the reasons I think Asia society's probably if they're a little bit better is they're just used to wearing masks of their ill that's just it this being polite if that's being you're concerned about the people that make sense you know if you're if you're sick you should be self quarantine you should not other people to your illness and in Asian cultures that that's just kind of table stakes it's unusual for Americans but again for for particular young people be so afraid cold it is is not overly rational from my standpoint and that irrational fears really holding our economy back as well and it's every lawyer I've talked to in the last couple in fact I just had one of these conversations yesterday reminded me of it everyone's telling me in their their their employers who pay well and and you're a businessman you've seen both sides of the ledger I mean you know how this works I mean if anyone in the U. S. Senate knows how this works do you and when you're paying more P. when you're paying people not to work in the incentives are there not to work they make the I mean this isn't some trick it's logic they won't go back to work if they're making another grand a month not working this is this isn't complicated economic theory this is really simple the other thing we have to do is we have to provide absolute and unconditional liability protection Corbett nineteen is an act of god nobody should be able to sue somebody because somebody else got infected with the virus if you have the if we are if we unleash the trial lawyers I'm trying to be a major start suing everybody with deep pockets we just will not be able to recover economically so what let's all acknowledge collectively that it is is horrific it's cold in nineteen years to those people call mobility some people get really ill on it it is nobody's fault let's not allow try what lawyers to hold anybody liable if somebody gets an infection and part part of my concern of some of the white building protection bills people are talking about is it creates an affirmative duty did if you don't do everything just right you'll still be sued for doubting the fact also that you can also be liable because somebody gets an infection I mean how do you prove you got infected right the staff verses you going out partying in a in a very tightly confined bar I mean it's a very dangerous precedent so unless we can pass I think we should pass why Billy protection absolutely unconditional but if it's not that kind of high standard I think you might actually be doing more harm than good by passing liability protection that hi this is Steve the point that you can't sue somebody because somebody else got infected by a virus it's a very dangerous precedent a very slippery slope as I said at the top of the show the most honest guy in DC and that is he in Wisconsin USA around Johnson Ron thanks for your time this morning every day you too back after the break everyone Brian chipping in for.

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"american army" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"american army" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"It's it's everything particularly on an entrepreneurial journey because I know you've shared this on your podcast in the past but I think it bears repeating over and over again it really flipping hard. It's hard to build a business. It's so much harder than I started so many things in my life by sort of shrugging my shoulders and saying how can it be other people do it? How hard can it be? And it's so frigging hard that unless you're doing something you love and unless you're doing something that you believe with every fiber of your being brings value to people there is no way you'll push through. How challenging it will be. Does that make sense? Makes Perfect sense especially hearing it hearing something that I would would would? That's how I would answer that question. I mean this. You're always gonNA be naive until you know so. It's a good way to learn. Though there you have it ladies and Gentlemen Joyce Show on behalf of myself and the audience I want to thank you for coming on. How you entrepreneur podcast. It has been a pleasure. My pleasure thank you so much so everyone a quick recap for today's episode. Joyce was able to have that successful lawyer career She and her husband as well as their third partner at the time. We're able to do what they wanted to with the pizza box advertising business and she was able to sell it and do something a little more personable and she did all of this on her own. She didn't have to hire anybody. She didn't have to outsource look beyond anyone other than her partner. Now this is still something you can do today. He's supposedly during the Times right now. When you know the there are things that your community whether it be online or in person are going to need to know things are going to need to get publicized or made important and what better way to do that then utilizing those platforms like facebook. So if you have any questions you can can contact with me Dylan. Just at the how to entrepreneur dot com. Or you can go Joyce showman you'll be able to fire just easily as we could however feel free to get in touch with us and we'll try to get in touch with choice now on the next episode we have. We're going to have the American Army thirty plus year veteran Bob Painting of Ironhorse Bourbon. Not GonNa guys too much information. About Bob's I do want you to listen to the episode. But I can't tell you that every bottle that Bob's whiskey and Bourbon as in production today is made of some of the metal that was in the original Trade Center towers in New York The nine eleven hours until next time. This is dylan signing up. Hey guys you made it to the end of the episode. We're going to close up shop today with a word from our sponsor American dream. You be nonprofit. Designed to provide our veterans obtain the education and resources. They're going to need in order to find their dream job or start their business. They host events on military bases booked with the best speakers. Tools information worldwide. It's thanks to our military that we live in a country where the entrepreneurial dream is possible. This is their way of giving back. Check out their facebook page or website. American dream you dot..

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"american army" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"american army" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"How it works in the American army you know he's telling the truth check okay well I don't die and I never doubt him you know we're all watching too much television we tried we're hearing all these things about tiger king I'm not so I'm not yeah no we we we made it through the like the first fifteen seconds or so I can watch it yeah the state started the opening scene with the guy lying on the ground was arm bitten off if you want a tiger Jesus let's watch all of that money was we are based on the Ozark this press yes those are sorry Mr knows our season no spoilers but I gotta tell you it's it's one it's a great show you know when you find out that Justin Bateman's actually Russian spies I want to refer one silver lining the current the crisis traffic is light yes it is Chuck has been able to confirm that like super light one advantage it's and people are just they're punishing all different kinds of things in the right place for Jews turn signal today come on now I swear I saw that it did happen because they fear leaders and break ins at their for the recent closing of pottery barn in Beverly hills has boarded up its windows the pottery barn pottery barn I had what it really feels must be overhauled plated in Beverly hills creek boards of the one of the key customers inside yes once you're in you can't leave till you buy and SeaWorld entertainment announced the furlough more than ninety percent of its employees have news for sea world all the manuals were seen clapping yeah for the something besides fish up for once much like truckers okay I mean you know I got to the point is that I just I said earlier so I was mopping floors yesterday you know Jeez you'll find different things to do it that's for sure I did the manager supermarket updated I want us to do this on the morning show here on on CVM I got up early and went to the local giant at six o'clock just as they were opening their doors there were twenty people in line with carts all ready to go I got in there I did do manage to get a roll package of a paper towels package of toilet paper I was a good do we did one of each side limit to but I did one because all I really needed somebody out there at your local giant who was miss behaving all boarded up by the time we got over to the pile for you know wipes writing things of that nature disinfected the children completely gone guy in front of me in his car no food no staples just toilet paper paper towels and ten canisters of Lysol wipes view a busy weekend around the home no just very very said the people are hoarding on eBay that's where they are today well good luck on that yeah because I knew that I think a lot of his click bait you know you click on it and a new hopes are out of stock or in store purchase only which end up getting soft which indicates Chuck that Sean is actually tried that by the way he knows he knows what goes on on the day on those sites because he actually has drawn a trucker yeah I went to the local butcher shop here Brooks rolled and got a couple of steaks and he was fantastic everything that happens right yes man everything hit me the red meat and eggs really course you know that was at six o'clock in the morning yeah so by noon I'm guessing most of it was probably gone because it was just crazy we've had a lot of seafood because obviously that's part of the country it's far easier to find seafood than anything else on I'm getting very good at cooking to Lafia and brands you know and occasionally rockfish occurrence pricey stuff too I've tuna fish you take it again first sometimes because juggles you don't know what your cat food six so every hour you're losing the morning drive with Casey and Elliott because you don't know the whole heating and air conditioning they're there for you in an awful lot of reasons to call them I actually have the the service contract with them and I believe it's worth every single penny and right now they have another reason just in time for the what's coming up but you know warmer weather the whole heating and air is now offering replacement systems the receive of the twenty four hundred dollars in combined manufacturer and utility rebates make no mistake the systems that are part of this promotion on autism and for your brand you never heard of other competitors are gonna do this they're gonna get an off brand but they keep their guys working by promise you a super deal the sisters are gonna fire from.

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"american army" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Honor to speak to you you can access your the reason I went to law school with a flat out say it my husband's been listening to you for years he's a soldier in the American army leaving and yeah January over to the Middle East so we're getting ready for that part but I'm calling just because I am panic American born and raised in New York why I'm a lawyer like and what's really going on in our country is so scary to me I'm also a new mom so she you know that while you're terrific thanks I tried but you know think what's going on with this progressive agenda it's really disheartening is worried she is what what is what is this country going to be like when you know my daughter grows up because America is the greatest nation that ever was and should ever should stand and what what the Democrats are doing to dismantle the constitution and god forbid I couldn't even look at any of the policy for more than five minutes today with her comments about on the founding fathers and being all goodness I can't even find out you know it's it's really disheartening and but listening to your show and hearing all the other callers Colleen and being supportive of our president and what this country really stands for it does give me hope and I hope to instill the values that I've learned things that I've learned from you especially in the legal field I read men in black multiple times and I'm gonna push that I think you need to write another one she's another one along another one on the law you mean are you are on a definitely I know here I deal with a lot of the palace of education that New York NY and.

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"american army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Iraqi commander relented he said to Dave he tech French one battle worn tank to this cowboy rescue mission nothing and nobody else no more politically the way no Hyundai can go then just you can run behind it or not we accept that yeah so I mean you have to run behind the tank which major expose from three sides watching for because they can't you from the front of the building should over the track it down I call on my friends the Americans Dave is former special forces himself and he was in regular communication with American army he called the reports from the front lines and on this day he called in a favor we smoke if if you can get smoked and scare them we have a chance the Americans agreed and began to drop smoke we're gonna go behind one single tank one Iraqi Abrams tank we're gonna drive straight up the road grab these kids a great everybody we could and run back with them listen to snap judgment in just a moment Q. what happens to Dave you from the whole team as a temp to rescue civilian survivors trapped in the middle of an ISIS massacre it's not just the badlands beso continues stay tuned.

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"american army" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"So, so, so he actually served on the Canadian and American army. That's unbelievable. Is he still army now, longtime on time has okay? Wow. That's incredible. We'll good for him. And thank you to him for his service. And so I understand it was your brother who got you into martial arts is that like since you've been like four or five years old. That's when you started. Chained with my both of my brothers since I was four when I started taekwondo my parents got me in just. For self defense, but also just put something in front of us has kids being being trained together as a unit was very important for my parents to help us, you know, stay connected with each other. And then also I think they pretty sure they had seen some, some footage of Gracie doing amazing work, and they thought it was martial arts was the way to go. So definitely, oh, it's my parents and training with my brothers helped me develop a passion for it. So definitely stems from family. Two point you go from just training with your brothers doing it to, you know, to have fun stay fit to actually considering this as a career for yourself. When does that happen? It was really an evolution detect one all that time I started you did do when I was twelve. And then just evolved from there when I was eighteen I moved to Orlando went to college started to actually do tie and more different striking arts in wrestling, pure wrestling. And it just kind of grew as soon as I got. I know when I was eighteen about ten years ago, the gym out that the jungle, I've been there, since, you know, as soon as I moved here, lend I went to the jungle, and I was just everything with putting together so nicely. And I just wanted to compete, and there wasn't a future for women. It wasn't a thing like I could be a freshman athlete, and that, that wasn't even an option so much back then. But I grew up -tunities agree when I knew being, I would just be at the always pushing the limit as far like go. It's been a long time. Coming lost your amateur debut, correct? But you have not lost since amateur the rest of the way you went undefeated in your opposite undefeated as a pro knows, is that correct? And what did that do, do you mentally the first time you ever compete? It. And it ended up being plus disguise. It was a split decision. It was something that. F a lot of pressure kind going in, like everyone knew I was already taekwondo about is, I think of purple Ballard Brown belt to sue to. There was a lot of just support behind me..

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"american army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Fighting for MacArthur is the book, John Gordon is the author of the navy and marines corps is desperate defence of the Philippines. We'll get onto the fight. Now. John because submarines were they were what the navy thought was the war plan to defeat the Japanese invasion. The fourteenth imperial army is coming on. It has with it a one really good division. I think it was the forty eighth and secondary division. The sixteenth were going to land north of Manila on Luzon and south of Manila on Luzon and then pincer towards Manila. The Manila Bay MacArthur had a plan to defeat them at the beaches with his so-called Philippine divisions. That didn't hold. Well. There was one really good cavalry regiment. You note the last cavalry combat unit in the and the history of the United States, but the submarines John you concentrate on that why we're not the submarines affective against the Japanese invasion. Terrible disappointment to the navy on that first day of war all about half, the submarine sortie Manila Bay to take up their war positions. Some of them were coast to lose on to form like a shield against alive in Japanese to transports trying to land on the island all their subs percents much further. Afield they were sent up to Formosa there were sent over to the Indo China coast some over setup in a direction of Japan itself in an attempt to attack Chapman's, warships and merchant shipping. But within the first week, the navy learned to it's it's it, you know, it's great shock that. He was getting report after report from this commanding officers city submarines that something was badly Wong with the torpedoes submarine captains were taking four five six shots at enemy tankers or enemy warships or enemy cargo ships at you know, at certainly. What appeared to be? Then you good shots real one or two miles distance from the solve and nothing was happening. You know, they were they were the submarine captains were experimenting kind of vary. The depths of their torpedoes thinking, the torpedoes we're wanting to deep under the Japanese ships. But what in fact was happening was that of torpedoes were very very faulty in in the period of the nineteen thirties before the start of the war. The navy department had just not properly tested these submarine Kapito detonators. So it was in the first three weeks of combat when all these Asia fleet submarines were tempting to one protect Luzon from Japanese landing and to go much farther afield to attack chappie shipping, they were discovering to their horror. These these torpedoes just weren't working in anyone ever have to answer for the fact that the Mark six torpedoes didn't work. It would not have been a hard test to take him out and sink. Scou- somewhere who who who walked the plank for that? I know the navy's bureau of ordinance, you know, was had had lots of of red faces over this some submarine skippers will relieve because they were thought to be not aggressive enough. But really it was wasn't so much their fault. They didn't work. They didn't work at midway of the coral sea or the torpedo planes were total. About a year and a half into the war amazing incredibly it was a year and a half into the war before the navy had really fixed the problems with these submarine torpedoes, not that knitting. It's staggering John to consider we sent submarines and torpedo planes to their deaths without torpedoes and the navy didn't figure it out right away. With all these reports they were taking there were taking shots right up against chips. John, and they were not getting not getting results. Somebody in Washington was out of their mind, it it's it's one of the and of course, MacArthur in the Philippines. And and as you know, from from, you know, from reading the book relations between the army and the navy. In part because MacArthur perceived the submarines for performing so badly. Right MacArthur figured out right away that what he needed to do to save his reputation was put out a lot of propaganda about how things were going well for him and how he's going to defeat the Japanese on the beach at the same time. He comes up with a strategy to blame the navy to blame Admiral Hart did Admiral Hart what he was doing. He did. They're there MacArthur and after about the first week of the wall actually walked during the first week of the war. And then repeatedly thereafter course, it was sending messages back to Washington to army chief-of-staff journal Marshall, and to Mr. Stimpson who's the secretary of the army, basically painting a picture that he was overwhelmed by Japanese numbers, which he wasn't. He had more men than the fourteenth. Army the American army and the Philippine army had considerably more men than what Japanese landed on loose on. But of course, he also turned on the navy, and Admiral Hart and Admiral stark that chief of naval operations in Washington were spending an awful lot of time. Trying to deflect the blows coming from MacArthur saved. The navy was defeatist. The navy wasn't helping the defense of the Philippines. This this submarines were failing one thing after another, and you know, unfortu-. Definitely up in a lot of senior folks in the navy while this campaign was going on to include all the way up to the fall of credit or may of nineteen forty two. They were getting a bit more and more of a feel of the PLA Guinness Stickney claims Douglas mccarthur was made when he said that the Japanese feared the Russians. I mean, it's up to read the the you've reproduced some of his communication in the book. John are are you alone. Now in saying, this is generally understood as a taught at the academy that MacArthur was delusional. Well, I'll say this John that that as I mentioned in the closing chapter. My block I talked about how army and navy relations were strained for the rest of the war. Because of the navy's experiences with MacArthur in this first Philippine campaign. I think MacArthur's reputation was very good all the way up until about the early nineteen eighties. Most of the books were written about a most of the things were said about him tend to be very complimentary question when Truman relieved him during the Korean war popularity plummeted fat, John you free produced facts he lies. He his commanding officer. Absolutely no question that MacArthur to use a modern term. Of course was spinning the news people their lives. That's what he did any any only visited baton once want. All right. Let's get back to Bataan because the Japanese are on shore because MacArthur, I. Of all he didn't send the b seventeen sooner septum. And then he also claimed that he was going to stop them at their beaches and lied about stopping them. But they're beaches. Thanks to the twenty six I think the cavalry regiment. They delay the Japanese advance. So that the Filipinos in the American army fall back to the Bataan peninsula, but as of the twenty twentieth twenty-first twenty-second, the ninth of January the Japanese are already cracking through the beginning defenses. They fall back mid way to the rear battle position. But now a striking battle that John features for some pages, the Javanese attempt to landing around the American lines on a place called Langa scowl. I and point and that is well to the south, and it was Japanese regiment. They're only thirteen two battalions. They're only thirteen fighting battalions at one point on a baton by the Japanese in two of them were attempting to come around to the back, and John you tell the wonderful story of the navy fighting on the land because. There were no army men around. It's one of the most interesting parts of this campaign, sailors, ended up doing a lot of unique can in Warwick things in this campaign that they never did elsewhere in the war, and and just very quickly during this late December early January time describing most as as they have to evacuate Manila is they have to pull back to correct or and the three of the little harbour forts. So they have to pull back to baton. The armies retreating most of the larger ships of the fleet cruisers destroyers, most of the submarines most of the support vessels head south. They head south to join up with the British and Dutch down in in the Dutch East Indies with the British in Singapore. The navy leaves behind almost all the marines, nearly sixteen hundred marines and about twenty five hundred sailors and the little gunboat stay the PT boats. If you're listening have ever seen the movie they were expendable with John Wayne anyone. Tune thirty four thirty five and forty five minutes, they leave some minesweepers behind all to provide some naval support for the fall of for the defensive Tam. But then they also created some infantry units because they had sailors who had been survivors of the bombed-out comedian navy yard, sailors whose air units had no more airplanes, sailors who ships have been lost these guys and a handful of marines were formed into an infantry battalion. And when the Japanese made that landing on the southwestern tip of the ten you mentioned there were the army was in the process of retreating from the first line on Matan to the second line, just as Japanese maybe cynthia's landings. So the army had like no serves spare everything was committed to try to form the second line about halfway down to pretend peninsula. And so the only nearby unit was this battalion of sailors. Which gets committed as soon as they learn the Japanese restore and in some wild jungle fighting these completely inexperienced, sailors for all intents and purposes, they fight Japanese twist standstill and the Japanese a captain who commands the battalions, they find his diary. That's why we know how they what how they went through these five days of fighting captain, hit Cada, DACA, capital Dhaka, and John because it's six years later. I wanna make a note of the fact that these Japanese imperial army officers, and these units here, they fought very, well, they were they were outnumbered in many instances and their own superior officers pulled out the best division too early and left the inferior divisions inadequately supplied and undermanned for the for the assault on Bataan. So there were mistakes on both sides. Yeah. And I was very very fortunate to find that diary of that Japanese captain, who's the senior officer fighting against these this naval battalion, they have they have the original the original diary with an English. Translation is located in the MacArthur archives in Norfolk and the the ark of astound there who was tremendous helped me over period of several years. He had this Japanese diary stashed away wasn't really sure what it was. They had the translation, but they weren't really sure where this unit was that was fighting, but I put the pieces of the story together. And it was just a one more. Find to have the diary of the senior Japanese officer who fought against this battalion of sailors and marinas in southern Matan, April eighth ninth seventy five thousand American army Philippine scouts Philippine army soldiers and Philippine Constabulary just surrender between seventy and seventy five thousand. Of a thousand of them to the Japanese on Bataan the rest have evacuated to correct door. When we come back the defense of the rock between early April and early may. And that's where the marines are. And that's where the navy is. And that's where the story is about the defense of the rock fighting from Garth of the navy and marine cars. Desperate defensive Philippines. John Gordon is the off. I'm John Batchelor. This is.

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"american army" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Get into your areas. They went through a lot of interrogation asking questions. But that only American should know like what new feel why ruling in baseball. Was President Van very specific questions that normally a German would not no. Yeah. Because it's pretty pretty scary where they were who do you trust? Now. Right. Out all the stops. No question. Let me just elaborate a little bit about the campaign the division was in. Sure. They were the first infantry division to cross the Rhine river Raymonde, and that's opened up the territory to move closer to Berlin. And the division captured the autobahn and that basically stopped Hitler from capturing the town of Antwerp in Belgium, which. Got captured build on not would have prolonged the war because they were to split the American and French American British troops. And that would have prolonged the war. And then he ought the Hitler. We captured the dishwasher manual damn and Hitler had opened one floodgate already. And he was ready to flood. The entire rural valley billion gallons of water to just slow down. The advance of the American army. And. Just. Believable that he would risk the lives of thousands of civilians right right to prolong award that you had. No, you're losing. Right. Well, that's shouldn't surprise us with. But..

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"american army" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Your? I'm here, my friend. Go ahead. The wall between the United States in the war. Panama. We American army should be all year. North america. Jim. I don't care where it is. But I wanted on the southern border. I hear you. And I don't want to get that one going to all of that Trump promised a wall on our southern border. And here we are. Now, I mean in the bottom of the ninth inning two years into this presidency and. He did it again this morning, and I'll get into that Trump's already said that much of the walls already been built in Mexico Mexico's already paying for it. That's a bunch of craziness. We have not begun to build the wall yet. And I don't think a lot of people listening to me right now sufficiently understand how life is going to change tomorrow. With Nancy Pelosi as speaker. And the Democrats in charge of the house. I mean, Washington DC is going to change profoundly. It's going to change for this president. It's.

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"american army" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on Examining Politics

"Afghanistan is a as a place that no matter how much time I've spent there will spend their our never figure that place out. Never. I don't think it can figure. It's no, no. And that's part of the part of the appeal. You just keep going back and trying to find out, you know, to solve another piece of the puzzle. And then you realize there's twenty other things you didn't know about. So that's what that's what compels me. I guess. That's great. So you came back to to you leave CBS they wouldn't use me anymore. Well, did had problems a couple of other correspondents have been hurt and they'd lost somebody in Iraq. And at that point. They're like this is not having a lot of luck here. I wanted to go back to have ghanistan and they wouldn't after my injury. They wouldn't send me other. Folks, wouldn't send me it was only USA today for whom I was also working, and I had someone who had been writing for. They said, yeah, we'll send you back. And so I went back, and how long did you do that in bed? Foreign army was with that time. I'd been I was all over the country. When I went back, and I stayed for a prolonged period, I was invented with US forces. I was with American army, and I was embedded with the marines in Helmand, then I went off. And did it an imbed was with special forces in eastern, Afghanistan Paktiya province that that time around. I just. Toward the whole country and felt like I was trying to figure out how to get back into doing something that I know how to do and I enjoy doing and it was it was difficult, but I managed to do it. And did it a many more times after that? So you you get back from Afghanistan lend, you decide to write the book and the book, by the way, you guys it's called blindsided by the Taliban. You can find it on Amazon and independent bookstores as well. Yeah. And you can find it..

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