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LSU hires Kelly away from Notre Dame to be Tigers next coach

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 hr ago

LSU hires Kelly away from Notre Dame to be Tigers next coach

"The the Brian Brian Kelly Kelly R. R. at at Notre Notre Dame Dame is is coming coming to to a a close close after after Kelly Kelly agreed agreed to to a a deal deal to to become become the the next next football football coach coach at at LSU LSU the the sixty sixty year year old old Kelly Kelly will will make make the the jump jump to to the the SEC SEC after after guiding guiding sixth sixth ranked ranked Notre Notre Dame Dame to to eleven eleven and and one one season season under under Kelly Kelly the the fighting fighting Irish Irish appeared appeared in in the the college college football football playoff playoff in in two two of of the the last last three three seasons seasons Kelly Kelly leaves leaves as as the the winningest winningest coach coach in in Notre Notre Dame Dame history history with with a a one one hundred hundred thirteen thirteen and and forty forty record record in in twelve twelve seasons seasons he he replaces replaces ed ed Orgeron Orgeron who who Ellis Ellis you you agreed agreed to to part part ways ways with with despite despite winning winning a a national national championship championship in in two two thousand thousand nineteen nineteen I'm I'm captain captain cool cool bar bar

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Cosby prosecutors urge Supreme Court to restore conviction

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 5 hrs ago

Cosby prosecutors urge Supreme Court to restore conviction

"Prosecutors prosecutors in in Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania petitioned petitioned the the US US Supreme Supreme Court Court to to review review a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court ruling ruling overturned overturned Bill Bill Cosby Cosby sexual sexual assault assault conviction conviction Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania district district attorney attorney Kevin Kevin Steele Steele petitions petitions the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court challenging challenging a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision which which overturned overturned bill bill Cosby's Cosby's conviction conviction based based on on a a two two thousand thousand five five press press release release written written by by a a predecessor predecessor without without any any knowledge knowledge of of his his staff staff or or fellow fellow attorneys attorneys in in his his office office at at release release promised promised a a now now deceased deceased defense defense attorney attorney that that Bill Bill Cosby Cosby would would not not be be prosecuted prosecuted later later Cosby Cosby admitted admitted during during a a civil civil deposition deposition to to giving giving drugs drugs and and alcohol alcohol to to a a number number of of young young women women before before sexual sexual encounters encounters Cosby's Cosby's twenty twenty eighteen eighteen conviction conviction of of drugging drugging and and molesting molesting college college sports sports administrator administrator Andrea Andrea Constand Constand in in two two thousand thousand four four was was overturned overturned by by the the state state Supreme Supreme Court Court he he was was freed freed from from prison prison last last summer summer Steele Steele argues argues the the decision decision would would set set a a dangerous dangerous precedent precedent out out press press releases releases being being treated treated as as immunity immunity agreements agreements despite despite the the long long odds odds of of the the High High Court Court accepting accepting the the case case legal legal scholars scholars and and victims victims advocates advocates will will be be watching watching closely closely I'm I'm Tim Tim McGuire McGuire

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 21 hrs ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron

"Covert nineteen cases from the new variant are emerging outside of southern Africa where it was first identified this very it is spreading around the world with two cases so far identified here in the U. K. British prime minister Boris Johnson announced new measures aimed at containing the spread of the Omicron variant many countries are imposing new restrictions on travel from southern Africa including the U. S. we were so slow to act on delta and the whole world it's such a high price for it Danny Altman is a professor of immunology at imperial college London let's try and be forewarned can do it properly this time so I think I could probably is warranted the good thing is that we have monitoring systems around the world to detect these variants very quickly the world health organization's Maria banker cove already scientists are sharing research with us information with us so that we can take action open questions include the effectiveness of current vaccines against Omicron and whether it causes more severe disease there's been no indication of that so far I'm Ben Thomas

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It's What You DON'T Do That Will Keep You Happy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 2 d ago

It's What You DON'T Do That Will Keep You Happy

"Just indulging whenever you want, doesn't keep you happy. And the message that we should be giving college freshman at the university of Arizona is not that your parents are the worst people ever and that what you were taught was a lie. Instead it should be this. It's what you don't do at the university of Arizona that will keep you happy. That's what kids do to hear. It's the parties you don't go to. It's the drugs you don't try. It's the drinks you don't, you don't have. It's the relationships you don't engage with. It's being able to say no and have self control. That's actually going to keep you free. Not the other one. It's the other way around, right? It's that no freedom is indulging. Freedom is being young only once or whatever Yolo, you only live once. Then, maybe when you're young, you can get away with it. Maybe you get it out of your system. Don't recommend it, but whatever. But you start to realize that I need to do more the next time to try to make it feel as exciting. It was the last time. It's like all of a sudden the guardrails start. Yeah, it's like the window starts to change. It's like, I have to do myself a little bit. And this is one of the things I could get a little bit into dating and all that stuff. We've always gets people's attention. I won't say this to young women, but young women will appreciate what I'm saying. I'll talk to young men. So I always say this and all the young ladies always applaud when I say this. I say young men, you gotta get your act together. You gotta get your act together, and all the young ladies are like, oh yes, absolutely. So a lot of young men are directionless. It's like prolonged adolescence, right? It's mature infants, right? And so but it's not all young men's fault, by the way, because they live in a society that coddles them that tantalizes them and emasculates them, right? But you want to know a characteristic that young women want to find in men, it's a young man that can control himself. It's a young man that can go 90 days without drinking. It's a young man that can say no to all the other pressures. Because if someone's like, wow, if he's able to say, no to somebody else will make good decisions and he'll be able to protect me. Like, that's a really cool

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41% of Undergraduates Drop out From College in the US

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | 2 d ago

41% of Undergraduates Drop out From College in the US

"How many of you know someone that dropped out of college raised your hand? Yeah. 41% of people that go to college drop out 41%. We have way too many people going to college in this country, and no one wants to say it out loud. I guarantee you if I went person by person here, college could have a college kid. You'd say, oh yeah, that class is a waste of time. That class is a waste of money, right? Am I correct? To scam. You do not need the degree to succeed unless you're in a couple very finite fields. Doctor lawyer, engineer, psychology, nothing against you. You're probably not going to get a job in that field. It's true. And so then you have resentment of 28 year olds that study something and they're like, this was useless. So I got to go find a whole new way to retrain myself. And by the time they're 29, they look at their parents who are then lecturing them like why don't you have your life together? I was 29. I was moving up in this company and all this was so nice and so easy. Hold on a second. Have you seen the price of

This Is What You Can Do to Save America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 2 d ago

This Is What You Can Do to Save America

"People ask me all the time they say Charlie, what can I do actually to save the country? And they're like, I do everything I've been told. I watched Tucker Carlson, I bought the pillow, like I did everything I was supposed to do, right? By the way, promo code Kirk at my pillow dot com, the circulation. No, seriously. And if you guys are moving in as a high school to college kids, the best Giza dream sheets you could imagine. But no, in all seriousness, it's kind of one of these questions of what else can I do to save the country? And this is why I think that our turning point USA activists are doing such a meaningful difference honestly. Because you've done the most important thing as a start, which is you've decided to be the same person in public that you are in private. And you want to know one of the biggest issues we have in America is that we have 75 million people a large percentage of that they're afraid to tell. Anyone else that they're a conservative out of fear of being fired? Be fear being mocked and ridiculed, and they're right. And that doesn't mean you shouldn't speak out. So people say a lot, they say, Charlie, you know, if only my fraternity or sorority knew that I was a conservative guy, I'd get kicked out. Or my friends would know. Or my boss would know. And you think yourself, are you really free in that sense that you always kind of have to wear a different uniform or you have to kind of change what camouflage you put on when you leave your apartment or your house? And one of the things that people complain about, most is cancel culture. I hate the term. I never liked cancel culture. I think it's overly simplistic quite honestly. But the reason why cancel culture, whatever, however you want to define it is powerful is partially because we make it so, is partially because we allow the other people to have a lot of power over our lives. Is that we say, okay, I'll speak out, but if it means that I might get called a bad name, then maybe I'm just kind of sit down and let someone speak for me. And the most important thing that I want you to take away from the speech tonight is that you want you want in your life to try to be a free person in the sense that you don't have to pretend that people around you or something you're

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Caller Suggests Joe Biden Uses New COVID Variant to Fearmonger for the Holidays

Mark Levin

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Caller Suggests Joe Biden Uses New COVID Variant to Fearmonger for the Holidays

"I would like to make a point I've been listening to the radio for most of the day And I know that there's another COVID is spreading another virulent factor coming towards us They want to make sure that we can be safe They want us to be we have to be taking our vaccine or our medication And I think it's something to do with the fact that Christmas is coming So everybody has to be miserable We can't go traveling to see our Friends our families We just have to be miserable And then Joe Biden is going to say well we had to do this because it's for the safety of everybody It's the holidays playing into this I appreciate the college and the holidays playing into policy is a very

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Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida

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Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:48 min | 4 d ago

Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Second Listen let me get right to your book because I loved it I was I got a copy got it early It talks about your time at Fox News from the beginning And listen I find this really hilarious I was looking through the book review It says that you divine quote great truths about the nature of our country while stumbling across beaches asking oblivious college students basic political questions Please if you could expound a bit on that Well one of the great truth I divine just by calling in within one second was because I have to cheat my wife when we have dinner reservations I have to say we have reservations at 7 when they're really at 7 30 But then they get kicked to that But then I've tried that with my wife but that may get hit to that stunt Then you have to back it down another ride No no really 6 30 I know that trick So tell it though tell us about the book It's a great book I found it hilarious Everything from the mom to eats to your time with man on the street interviews Really it's an interesting story of not just you but the whole media environment I know that the title of the book how I save the world is you know meant to be funny but it's a really interesting book So yeah so I used to be dispatched to all of these liberal precincts all across the country New beaches San Francisco Washington D.C. spring break And I would interview liberals in their natural habitat And what I found was that they are very insecure people whose lives lack meaning And in order to make up for that lack of meaning they project all of their insecurities onto the rest of us And they do that through control They do that through controlled and they do that through division And that's just in order to assuage their guilt and so they have someone to blame Because deep down Dan you know they believe this country was founded on inequality and racism And they need to be able to make up for that So they need to just demolish the country And they need to be in charge of remaking the country in a way that they see as just and fair Is it just and fair No of course not It's the same thing that's happening in Cuba You give up a little bit of your freedom in exchange for a life of comfort but it never works out all they do is control you and they dominate you And they try to just get into all of your life's little secrets and just nag the hell out of you until you say okay enough already And that's what they're doing right now They're just nagging us to death And enough is enough Sometimes you just have to act like a parent you're a parent You just say no Knock it off We're not doing this anymore And that's what this country lacks a little bit of a

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The Danger in Removing God From America

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:18 min | 4 d ago

The Danger in Removing God From America

"I want to read to you the proclamation. Of president George Washington. In 1789 on October 3rd this is how he proclaimed that a national holiday. By the president of the United States of America, proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the Providence of almighty God. Now do you notice the beginning here be realize. You realize how saturated our origins are, with religion. By religion I don't only mean, of course, Christianity, the specific, expression, or as we correctly note today, in terms of values judeo Christian, in terms of religion, Christian. Values judeo Christian, religion, Christianity, God, the God of Israel. That is the God at this that this society was founded worshiping. If you remove God from the origins, if you removed no, not from the origins you can't accept the few actually distort history, which has been known to happen in your college classroom. But without distorting a history. If you would want to remove God from the the essence of America, you are in fact changing. You are in fact changing. The country, it would be as if you were to remove democracy. Does anybody argue that we should not have the vote in this country? Nobody argues that. To remove God from the from the equation of what is American. Is not a matter of I was going to say in my opinion, and I often say those words, but in reality it is a structurally. Dangerous as structurally dishonest to the structure of America, as if you would remove the vote.

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Glenn Youngkin and Ron DeSantis Are Proof That Local Elections Matter

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Glenn Youngkin and Ron DeSantis Are Proof That Local Elections Matter

"Let me ask you something Look at the Commonwealth of Virginia We're going into that if you really want your main focus is who's going to be the next president of the United States That's all you care about As Trump going to run if he runs he's got to be Biden His Biden gonna want Is it gonna be Kamala Are they gonna get rid of her and put in Pete Buttigieg All these things If you're main focus is who's gonna be the president of the United States Let me ask you something Do you think Glenn youngkin And the Republicans sweep that we just saw in the Commonwealth of Virginia three weeks ago Do you think that improves the chances for a Republican to win the Electoral College votes in Virginia Versus should Terry mcauliffe had one Do you think maybe Moving this state the state of Virginia into the red column with regard to its governorship and its statewide leadership at lieutenant governor and attorney general do you think that that may be moves Virginia a little closer to being in play and being a purple state Do you think that governor Ron DeSantis winning a very close election Three years ago In Florida do you think that helped Move Florida more solidly into the red column Do you think that his policies and the way he's governing in Florida moves it even further into the red column where maybe when we get to 24 Florida might not even be the toss up state that it has been Maybe whoever the Republican nominee is won't even have to focus as much energy and time and money as they have in years past in Florida Because desantis and the Republican Party has done such a good job in that state that it's more solid or Republican state than it would have been Do you see what I'm saying Do you see how these local elections actually help put together that puzzle that gives you your Electoral College map

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Your Family (MM #3899)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Your Family (MM #3899)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason as you get ready to head out for the holidays, you're likely going to spend it with your female significant others family than you are your own if you're a male, research shows you that throughout the years, you end up going towards their family, not because you want to, but that's just kind of the way things work out. In my world, it started happening when I was in college and I spent thanksgivings with my college girlfriend and then my second girlfriend in college, not so much with my first wife's family. I don't think we spent much time with them at all, but that was because my first wife didn't really like her family. Now of course I've spent most of my holidays with my second wife's family. My parents don't care as much about holidays. They were never big in our family so it's no big deal. It's not like we had a big holiday tradition or anything like that. But if you are a man, you're likely going to the woman in the houses, family get together. I don't know why it works that way, but it always does. On Thanksgiving Day, we're going to be with my wife's family, at least part of it because my brother in law is spending it with his wife's family. See that's how it works. If their holidays to be spent, the wife or the girlfriend, they're usually the one telling us where we're going. I'm okay with that.

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Your Family (MM #3899)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Your Family (MM #3899)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason as you get ready to head out for the holidays, you're likely going to spend it with your female significant others family than you are your own if you're a male, research shows you that throughout the years, you end up going towards their family, not because you want to, but that's just kind of the way things work out. In my world, it started happening when I was in college and I spent thanksgivings with my college girlfriend and then my second girlfriend in college, not so much with my first wife's family. I don't think we spent much time with them at all, but that was because my first wife didn't really like her family. Now of course I've spent most of my holidays with my second wife's family. My parents don't care as much about holidays. They were never big in our family so it's no big deal. It's not like we had a big holiday tradition or anything like that. But if you are a man, you're likely going to the woman in the houses, family get together. I don't know why it works that way, but it always does. On Thanksgiving Day, we're going to be with my wife's family, at least part of it because my brother in law is spending it with his wife's family. See that's how it works. If their holidays to be spent, the wife or the girlfriend, they're usually the one telling us where we're going. I'm okay with that.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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Cincinnati moves into College Football Playoff position

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 d ago

Cincinnati moves into College Football Playoff position

"Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings Cincinnati plays at east Carolina on Friday then meat used in the American athletic conference championship game on December fourth Michigan is fifth followed by Notre Dame Oklahoma state Baylor Mississippi in Oklahoma the final CFP rankings will be revealed December fifth I'm the ferry

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GOP Leader McCarthy Spoke for More Than 8 Hours to Delay Passage of Spending Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last week

GOP Leader McCarthy Spoke for More Than 8 Hours to Delay Passage of Spending Bill

"Kevin McCarthy to his great credit gave the longest speech in house history yesterday. Trying to create the public media drum beat to try to have people start to actually care that the House of Representatives is about to embark on the most radical unprecedented? Public domestic spending agenda in the history of our country. Let's play cut 88 Kevin McCarthy. Nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR. But AOC said I did, cut 88. It's no secret that this bill is too extreme, too costly. And too liberal. Just a few weeks ago, congresswoman Abigail spanberger said nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR. AOC interrupts him and says, I did. That's that's what colleges create self centered individuals who are miserable. It went on last night where House Democrats started heckling Kevin McCarthy and saying I can't wait mister speaker and tells them not to lower their mask or they will get the fine play cut 98. After one party rule in Washington, the changed by executive order, I can wait mister speaker. They can finish their conversation. You can finish. No, you can finish. Don't lower your mask. You'll get fined. You're gonna get fined. I'm just warning you. Gentlemen will suspend. Kevin knows he's gonna be speaker next

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Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last week

Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

"So let's talk first about censorship. So Dennis and prager you did a great job. They're Google lawsuit. They were way ahead of the curve by the way. They tried to warn everyone that Google was going to shut everyone up. And people took them seriously, but not enough people, and then next thing you know, Donald Trump gets kicked off YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, all in one day, and it's kind of, I told you so, right, Dennis, it was one of those things. And we kind of have a separate government that exists in our country, one that we elect and one that is technocratic and one that is headquartered in Silicon Valley and in Menlo Park. So I could get into that form of censorship. I could also talk about the former censorship that exists on college campuses, whether it be the administration or antifa, and all that. But the type of censorship that I think is actually most helpful to talk about is one that every single person in this room participated, which is when we shut ourselves up. Self censorship has become the biggest form and most powerful form of censorship. Now, it's not only we don't shut ourselves up because we always want to, it's largely because we're afraid of the price or the cost associated with speaking up. And a great example of this is when people say Charlie, what can I do? And I asked them, I say, at work or with your Friends, are you allowed to express your political or religious or moral beliefs? And a vast majority of the people that listen to my show say no. I say, well, then you are not free. I said, let's just start there. You know, instead of you running for governor or whatever, what you're all great things and say, why don't you next time at your lunch break, tell the people around you how you view the world like Charlie, I can't do that. I mean, I'll lose my job, I'll be ridiculed. I'll be marked. I'll be smeared. So, of course you will be. So why won't you do it? And that's really the issue, isn't it? And this has been one of the genius moves to the left is that they are able to hold hostage our decadence to use a great word. Our lifestyle our luxury over us. We have a great life here in America and conservatives know they have a great life. And it's actually this very interesting thing. It's this inverse relationship, and I love Dennis thoughts on this. Because conservatives are more thankful to be an American and thankful for what they have. I think we're also more afraid to lose

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"american college" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"american college" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

"As an example the american college of healthcare executives to actually use the book as part of its curriculum for its physician leadership academy Other organizations are incorporating it into their mentor shift training and so The book in its own way just continues to plant seeds. And i can't wait to see how those saints will blossom and the beautiful flowers respectful leadership that hopefully will last for many decades to come. That's a great way. That's a great update and that's just so encouraging i know i had the women in brady where read this book or bought it for them if they chose to read especially our managers and senior managers and i had a woman come to me and said this has totally changed the way i think she just really. It was simple. She said it was really simple but he was i opening so she definitely has been impactful. Well i'm so glad to hear that betty ethnic simple things are easier to implement and also it's easier to sustain them. It is not difficult complex. Yes yes well. That was a great just kind of introduced of who you are. Your career The book that you've written so i want to really get into some of the details of that. you know. Gracious is a gentle word right leadership it's gentle and so it sounds peaceful and easy. I want you to expand on why you chose gracious and what it means. Because i think that's what sets this book apart when you read the title. Thank you for that question. Daddy that is certainly One that has been posed to me multiple occasions To the point that there is a chapter in the book entitled gracious leadership. Is it soft stuff..

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"american college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"american college" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"From an American college professor has come to light. This one comes from Dr Nathan Jr. Who teaches philosophy at Midwestern State University of Wichita Falls, Texas. Last weekend, Dr June posted on Facebook. I want the entire world to burn until the last copies strangled with the intestines of the last capitalist. Was strangled in turn when the intestines of the last politician now on top of this guy's obsession with intestines, you can assume that his hatred of law enforcement in capitalism fits right in with so many others who are Teaching America's young people, a university defended their professor. They said that when their faculty members expressed themselves as private citizens, they are entitled of First Amendment protections. Even if their opinions are offensive and shocking, Professor June isn't going to face any institutional censorship for discipline. But here's the thing. Midwestern state universities of public university. So Texas taxpayers have a right to express their uncensored opinion on who they underwrite in the classroom. And you parents paying to send your kids to MSU. You also have a right to express yourselves now, if you don't want your kids exposed to this uncensored hatred. Of law enforcement and American capitalism. You have every reason to impose some societal discipline of your own and just quit supporting this and tell Dr June it's time for his July he's out of there. For many Americans, their top New Year's resolution is to save more money. One way to accomplish that. Switch your cell phone service to pure talk.

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08:59 min | 1 year ago

"american college" Discussed on Switch4Good

"You were a forty forty-nine right and you were just eating a chicken and fish. You didn't have red meat in your Diet and you dropped your cholesterol eighty eight points. But you really weren't eating whole food plant base. You were eating some foods like Veggie Burgers and you know meat alternatives and it's still drop that right? And that's just one person you but but that's your experience. It's important to to they only things in a whole foods plant based Diet. That would raise your cholesterol would be saturate things that have saturated fat and so what we do have concerns about palm oil and Eating things like that on any coconut. But those aren't exactly wholefood. They're processed. You take the coconut, you squeeze the oil out of it and that's different animal. So to speak no. Unintended spent. Than having it inside of a coconut and so But your point is, is one that I need to emphasize. That is eating the Veggie burgers really have to look at the Veggie Burger and find out what's in it. You look at the ones from the nineteen eighties and nineties they all had were soy, which is good for you and sodium, which is not good for you. And then you look at the ones that are out there now and the amount of coconut oil and saturated fat, and again assiduously avoid naming brands but you probably know which ones I mean because they've infiltrated now marketed in major fast food chains One of them has about half the Soda Saturated Fat. Compared to the other or maybe even a quarter and has lower sodium than the other one and the one with the higher monounsaturated fat has he iron he hired is something everyone should know about. Because they're National Institute of Health and the Double Aarp actually published a study of from their population about the effects of him iron on on mortality particularly cardiac mortality that is iron that comes from animal is oxidized iron that comes from plants like Kale and the like is reduced and when you take oxidized iron, it makes oxygen radicals those oxygen radicals actually upset plaque and as you know, we wanted to get rid of black. So I don't want my insulin levels going up in a don't want any ingestion of him iron. In your body also has am I right that it also has the let's call it like a discernment value when it comes to Nahim iron that if you do if your body needs more iron, it will uptake it, and if it does, it won't whereas he myron it's just it doesn't have the same ability to discern Switz- just takes it up, takes it up, takes it up, and if you have too much iron, right, it's oxidisation which is exploring. The option free radical processes a little different than iron overload. But guess people can get iron overload they usually do that with transfusion stock and taking Excessive iron pills than having a genetic predisposition to it, for example. So I would like to people to just be very aware that when they're. Doing the comfort foods you know they, Degan ice cream. You know whatever just take a look at the sugar content look at the saturated fat content and is really going to keep those in the lower that are not dangerous. It's GonNa. Drive you more toward a whole foods. Plant pastes process right I don't WanNa leave iron quite yet because I think it's important if you explain why Nahim iron is so healthy because as we know a as as vegans that is. I mean more than even calcium. That's the nutrient that we're like, Oh, I need my iron I ain't going. Vegan. Dot I'll. I'll get low in iron. Why is NAHIM IRON IN PLANT FOODS? Whatever you want to label it as a better healthier I don't WanNA put words in your mouth, but explain non he myron is so it really is about plaque. and. That is you've got cholesterol in plaque and you've got so-called macrophages in the plaque. Those are cells, their inflammatory cells they get swollen. They got a nickname, their called foam cells because that's because that's what they look like. They look foamy on under the microscope when you look inside of a plaque by the way when you look inside of a plaque during autopsy was largely to be avoided gave most of us. and. That really is a function of the oxidation state. That the non a the hime iron actually contributes to Nahim iron doesn't do that. So that's really the big difference There are other differences like you said, you're gun you of your Gi track absorbs the he myron a lot faster they fight vegetables can actually slow down iron absorption but you know what? Every study every study if you're not anemic. Okay. Every study this looked at iron. And heart attacks and death shows at a lower level is actually better now that's in women is true in the Helsinki Heart Study. Is that because lower levels of iron is just a way of saying you ate less meat. As possible. I've heard that as a regular blood donor and howls, WANNA encourage people to give blood is that it's actually healthy especially for men to give blood because it lowers their chances of having heart disease is that correct? Is that because of the iron is getting rid of some I R- Yeah. People are generally eating too much. They're eating too much red meat in there too much of their iron stores. Can we talk about continue with with food because I read an interview that you did with The New York Times where you said that the response to dietary cholesterol is genetically determined and some people might go if they change their diet, only lower their cholesterol bit and others will lower it a lot like you did A lot of people argue that well, their family, their family history determines that they just make a lot of cholesterol. So doesn't really matter what they eat Can you address that the cholesterol issue and how beneficial it is what percentage of people would really benefit from going on a plant based diet in terms of their cholesterol? First of all I would say that everyone needs to go a plant based diet regardless of the cholesterol. Okay. if they have any heart disease risk because there's more at stake than. UNINTENDED, again. There's much more at risk than just heart disease is cancer. It's all cause mortality what we have a clear understanding. Is that whatever it is G. I. Liver receptors whatever's going on. To determine how you handle cholesterol if you will put in things in the GI tract, stopped you from absorbing the cholesterol that would be better because the cholesterol that you eat an cholesterol that you make you converted into bile a small bowel. And then you have to reabsorb it. And so if you block the absorption and there are drugs that do that or plant based Diet with a lot of fiber actually does that you can actually lower your cholesterol whether you're making it or eating it. Destroyed, getting back to your main point it true that there is a high degree of variability and whether or not someone responds to a whole foods based Diet and they will respond but they will respond to the same degree and there are so called hyper responders and it used to be said mostly by the conflicted people at those are the only people who Will have a cholesterol lowering because cholesterol doesn't matter if you're not eating it you'RE GONNA make it turns out that. Really is not the case people are very sensitive. just varying degrees, and so I can understand how you get some studies that say get a twenty percent or ten percent decrease. In other ones will say you'll get a forty percent decrease in my practice. Plant based Diet is typically more around a forty percent with you know plus or minus twenty. A decrease in L. The cholesterol about the same as a moderate dose. Statin Hydro statins are actually better. When one of my favorite quotes of yours or it might be my favorite close is that there's two kinds of cardiologists vegans and those who haven't read the data and I have a friend a wonderful lady that has always taken care of our dogs for years. When we go out of town, she stays at our house and she's always eaten standard American Diet do much of it and she burst into my house about two weeks ago..

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04:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Turns out that I happen to go to American Council cardiology meeting March of two thousand and three, and actually did what I normally do, which is to get my cholesterol tested I. Don't think I had done it in a couple of years. My LDL was one hundred ten back then and you know one, hundred ten wasn't good. But while our recognition that the ldl needs to be much lower. So one hundred ten was starting to not look so good. So I thought I would get it done and it was a hundred seventy instead. Now. There are two things that happened at time march of two, thousand and three one right before the meeting. One right after. The one before was probably the more interesting the to for the audience and that is. I ahead, a patient I was running a nuclear cardiology lab. And one of the best uses of a nuclear stress test is to compare it with previous and see what Hap has happened bouquet and you go on usually you're doing bypass surgery people who really bad a scan result or you're putting in a stent or two five. And it turns out I had one of those cases right before I left for the ACC meeting. And it was a dramatic improvement. And on my worksheet which we could. Really collecting very meticulous data at wonderful staff that. They didn't talk about the date of the bypass surgery to make the scan, go from Corrigo to near normal. and. So when you know it, what happened in, we get the date of the of the Stanford. The best decides she says, she didn't have any said. I'm going GONNA call her. She said she didn't have a bypass or a stent. Oh and I'd never seen in all my years of nuclear cardiology a scan go from bad bad that good without somebody doing intervention. Okay So I, called her up on the phone I said sorry about the but I think my staff left out the date of your procedure. And she said I didn't have one and said, well, you must have done something you're scan looks better than it did before. I went on the Orange Diet. And I was immediately going to go I'd heard of. This thing Jama but who who pays attention most doesn't cardiology don't is just another thing that you don't. Necessarily incorporate until you see a a second study and be guidelines telling you that this is real. And as it turns out it was it became real for me that day because there was no way of getting around the fact that she had had a dramatic improvement, her chest painted gone away. The reason she was having a second scan is starting to exercise. So vigorously that he tripped over a curb broker ankle. Excuse me and nobody wanted to send her to the operating room with this horrific scan of that she he had had in the past. So good news for her that was great. The devour up the operation went fine. Everything was really good. But I learned something about the power of the orange. Diet hopefully plant-based Diet. So that was right before the meeting. So I was already kind of thinking that plant based nutrition is probably it's a good thing. Then I find out my cholesterol is high when begin that day and then the next day. There was David Jenkins in the Journal of American Medical Association I do tend to joke about Jama as we call it being Vegan Propaganda Journal. But you know it's not is very rigorous journal of with a great reviewers in very high level of science and it turns out published in March of two, thousand, three, the portfolio. Diet. So. Right. When I was trying to figure out if I'm going to take a medication for this or you know can I will I be able to get away with Diet? He proved that you can get a thirty percents decrease in your ldl cholesterol okay. On average, which was the same as you could get with a low dose Stanton. And in addition to the the cholesterol, it lowered inflammation I didn't have a lot of inflammation mind was normal. But. You'd rather not have normally like to have below normal run on your inflammation markers and so and that happened with Stanton and with the So six weeks later did measure my ldl cholesterol and as you mentioned went from one seventy down to ninety I did measured by C. reactive protein, the intonation, and it went from normal to not existent because of the plant based nutrition. And so you know we do have trials such as Jupiter trial that have looked at the importance of both inflammation and ldl cholesterol. If either of these high, the patients sort of have intermediate bad outcome if.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"american college" Discussed on Switch4Good

"With Alexandra, Paul. What's Up High Dot Z.? How are Ya not too bad. You know what? Though we're GonNa talk about something today that is bad because it's problem. It's a big problem. We're GONNA talk about the heart and it's a problem. All over the world, but it's significant problem as it relates to heart disease here in America. Six hundred and fifty thousand people die of heart disease every year here in our country that is one in every four deaths someone dies. Thirty seven seconds from cardiovascular disease. And Forty eight percents. Of African Americans have some form of heart disease. It's overwhelming thinking of those numbers and just the gravity of it and you have a personal story. As it relates to Heart Disease With Your Dad Yeah my dad had heart problems and he died of them as a mixture of heart and lung issues but his heart just didn't pump a strong. He wasn't a strong heart and it didn't pump enough Through his body and so it causes a lot of problems towards the end of his life and he wasn't very old use only seventy eight when he died and it was definitely a lifestyle thing, which is why I'm excited to talk about our guests because our guest. Really. Will Give us some hope actually here in show us that this can be preventable in most cases and so Tell us who in most cases it's a foodborne illness was your dad on on meds towards the end or throughout the journey of his heart disease you know I remember him just being. A lot of medications even when he was my age well, you know when you're a kid and your your parents are in their fifties you think they're just ancient because you're in your twenties. Now I'm fifty seven. Thinking Wow Dad was this age and I thought he was super all but no, no, fifty seven is young. Seventy eight young seventy eight is I know that now because my mom was eighty four is very vibrant. Yeah. Yeah. So we are so excited to be sitting down with the indomitable Dr. Kim Williams he is the former president of the American College of Cardiology and the current chief of division of Cardiology at rush, university? So, Dr Williams knowledge of medicine is truly unparalleled. Ironically, he himself went Vegan in two thousand and three after discovering his own cholesterol was far too high and within six weeks, he dropped his LDL Chabad stuff by eighty points and we'll find out how yes definitely Dr Williams is on a mission to in heart disease as the number one killer in the US and abroad, and his work is largely focused on preventative measures through nutrition and health care access for communities who need it most, and I had the pleasure of meeting Dr Williams at the remedy retreat I guess last fall time flies and listened to his. And I'm hoping he's going to go into some of those details and facts today with us it was it was just it was mind blowing. But it also had a lot of hope in it. So we want to we want to give people hope for you know making a hard right turn from their current heart disease state 'cause it's one in four of us right? So all right. Here we go. Welcome Dr Williams well thank you for having me. It's Such a pleasure to have you. Yes, it is and what is on everybody's mind right now is Cova nineteen and you said that the overlap the right before we came on, you told US overlap between cardiovascular disease and Kovic is almost one hundred percent. So let's let's dive into this virus and what that even means that the overlap is one hundred percent. So. It turns out. Anyone can actually get the virus just like any corona virus that's been out there. We've been getting colds from Corona viruses for ages that does complicate our antibody testing because people will have a positive response when they actually had a corona virus a year two ago however this particular corona bias virus has new tasted and this particular strain attacks certain Oregon's. And everyone's aware that if you get any kind of viral illness more susceptible to have a bad outcome if you're older. So people over sixty and then men because actually does prefer to replicate inside the male testes. So women are protected a bit but not absolved. Familiar with the fact that in that, it loves the lower respiratory tree starts in the upper respiratory tree, and then makes us way down and many people will get a new Monja from it, and sometimes that causes respiratory failure. but that respiratory failure in how sick you get really depends on a number of factors and the fact that have found out. are alarmingly similar to cardiology, but it turns out that people who are obese and people really work on what it is about obesity. That makes it difficult is at the virus loves adipocytes anybody WHO's done histology, which is probably not too many people knows that an EPA site is a fat cell and people have fat cells pretty much everywhere. But if you have a collection of particularly central obesity where it's in your middle that soft middle, very large tuber in those are mostly fat cells and they've been on our cardiology radar for a while. Because they are so called metabolic active putting out hormones they're telling lies to your brain. You didn't eat enough and so they they wanna be fed more. So visceral fat or or a domino fat is a very dangerous thing to begin with and in here comes Kobe it loves those cells it reproduces well inside cells. It reproduces so well that the obese person actually before they get sick, they have such high viral loads that they're actually spreading the disease more than everyone else more than personal stem Because their viral loads are so high and so yes, at attacks, the kidneys as well but it really loves fat cells. Now turns out that a record about two weeks ago came out surprisingly and said that it also loves the bloodstream of people with high cholesterol. You can imagine that the biochemical meal you for viral replication, it's coating of the components of having high cholesterol just make it a lot easier for the virus to replicate in. So that's another one that completed it because we already knew. Going back all the way to China that hypertension and diabetes were the two main things in addition to age male gender that make this virus much more damaging to people in the mechanism may not be as clear as by replication and high cholesterol or fat cells. But you can imagine that the people with high blood pressure already house vessel damaged people with diabetes have impaired immune system you put all that together. And here you have. Perfect. Quadrangle of the risk factors.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"american college" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Hello out there everyone. We are so so pumped to welcome you to the switch for good podcast. I. Am Olympic Silver Medalist switched for good nonprofit founder Dot C. Bausch. And I am Alexandra Paul Certified Health Coach and a long-time actress years ago. My life was radically transformed when I made the switch for good away from eating animals and animal based products. My athletic performance was greatly enhanced much to my surprise actually by the power plant based eating dropping all animal products from my life has finally aligns my values with my diet. and. Now I feel more balanced and more at peace with food and with my body. Alexandra and I started this podcast with you in mind. We are here to take you on a transformative journey to learn the power of eating plants and help you redevelop a healthy relationship with food and a more whole relationship with yourself. Each week we bring you doctors, Dietitians, psychologists, prominent athletes, and other interesting guests who have deep rich information and inspiration to share. We welcome you every week. Join US on the journey to switch. Good. This is the future. Welcome, welcome everybody to the switch for good podcast. Here we are again. Dot, C. Bausch and I'm here.

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"And the American college of radiology this is a previously reported program what you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and we hello America and welcome to the program what a great show for you today I am so excited we have the wheel of termination that is coming and we're gonna spend a little later on we're gonna find out who needs to be terminated who needs to be shot who needs to be driven out because they're a which without any without any trial or anything else well I mean we might put him on a stick in the dot com under water to see if the flow and if they do we know we have to kill them but the cancer culture is just it's really just starting to get great black police officers have been fired without investigation for using non lethal tasers during a protest nurses been fired for calling looters on Facebook had we got her out of there Catholic high school teacher fired for denouncing the narrative southern Baptist is been fired after getting dragged online for citing the Bible man fired for posting video of citizens protecting the business's actors been fired for tweets that existed when he was hired an elementary school teacher forced to resign for writing about protests on Facebook another Catholic high school teacher is required for post about race and the palm at the TV editor has been forced out for a photo they just found him in twenty thirteen dressed as a Porter Ricans stereo type hello man well we got those done yesterday who can we terminate today and we need to look to our leaders because they know everything about dressing up as a stereo type appropriating culture we go to Nancy Pelosi and the kneeling yesterday one minute this is the Glenn Beck if you experience pain on a daily basis I know exactly how you feel it can be debilitating it can control your life the aches are easy to understand when it really hurts to do the basic chores emotionally the effects of pain can be just as dramatic I have spoken to so many people in this audience that it started to take relief factor the change emotionally is as dramatic as the physical relief maybe even more as you might know Tonya and I started taking relief after several months ago after about ten days subtle changes started to become significant and I've been able to stop taking all prescription pain medications all pain medications entirely and stop the terrible side effects of those awful drugs.

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"American college of radiology the Senate this is with you the the this is I that I as long as from somewhere out there this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we'll take your calls next hour with John ward as we talk about the humor sheen humankind.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"America and the American college of radiology got you under my skin got you deep in the so deep in my that the I've got to skin I tried so not to give I said to myself this is a fan never will go so but why should I when knows so I've got to is in sacrifice anything from what my father saying in spite of this comes in the night and I in my I don't you in the wake up in got you my skin this is coast to coast AM with George Knapp the chairman of the.

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"american college" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

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11:59 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

"Hey Michelle happy. Mid December our you lindsay. I'm good I'm good. How are you excellent? Feeling good feeling good. I've I've been reminiscing lately about college the college days you really. Oh my gosh. Did you have a good college experience. Of course I had an awesome experience. Yeah I remember my friends from freshman year. That's the key the people you meet freshman year become your friends through all of university. That's funny because that was my a situation. Sophomore Year Sophomore Year. Okay what happened freshman year. I mean like I made friends freshman year definitely. There was one friend that I kept for a very very long time. I haven't spoken in a while but I would say like the friend that stayed with me. Longest were the friends that I met in sophomore year. I just had rape or sophomore year. which is kind of interesting? That's awesome. I mean we have to hang onto those friends. Yeah yeah that's cool. Yeah sometimes I really Miss College and you know I but one thing I like I like because I teach at colleges universities and I get a little taste of college but then it makes me feel old I now or or they seem so young. The kids who are freshmen in college right now but we're old. We're Yeah Lindsay today today. We actually have a fun question. I'm so excited to get to this about college in the US so we're going to read this question in just a second but first Lindsay. What do our listeners have to do? Yes you guys have to go ahead right now and hit. Subscribe wherever you are listening. Whether you're listening apple podcasts spotify wherever it is you wanna hit that subscribe button because we are putting out bonus episodes every once in a while. You don't WanNa miss them so hit subscribe now guys awesome awesome all right so lindy we got this awesome question from Carmen. So do you WanNa start the question if you want we can also switch off. Yeah let's do it so this is so my my my name is Carmen and I am from Spain. A media consultant and writer. Fancy fancy all right first of all. I'd like to let you know that I've been listening to your podcast for almost two year. And it's really helped me to come to become more fluent in English and to seek deeper connections. I love that Michelle. That's awesome. That's great. Thank you for listening. Yeah at the moment woman. I work remotely in a multicultural team and sometimes I struggled to understand native accents from Australia England and the US you can't imagine how helpful are pro. Your program remiss for me okay. That's awesome now. I have a great story to share with you. I listened to today's episode. Are you game. Remember that episode with all those great phrases leases that are likely to be used in job interviews. Believe it or not I had one today in the same organization and after expressing my interest in explaining my experience I said Ed. I'm up for the challenge. We all laughed and from that point we talked in a very relaxed way. It looks like I almost got the job. Keep your fingers crossed added Carmen. I hope so too. You WanNA continue the question. Michelle Jar here. We go also. May I ask you to explain your experience. At university courses degrees campus life et CETERA. We learned a lot of music TV series and books. I'd be delighted to listen to your experience. I'm very curious as the path you walked until your current job once again. Thank you you rock and really have a big impact on our lives. They have a nice day Carmen. Well thank you so much harmonizing. That's so cool. Michelle well doesn't it. Feel good to know that our listeners love the show and it actually helps them connect with English that to me makes it all worth it all of Gosh. That's why that's why we're here guys. We're here free you and we're so happy to hear nice comments like this and yeah we're GONNA continue to help definitely so I'm excited for today. Michelle cool me too. Oh yeah this is a great chance. You know Lindsey. We're GONNA share some of our stories about college and give you guys a taste of college life in the U. S.. So you know. I'm I'm sure that we could do a ton of episodes question so we're going to choose a few things to talk about today but we'll continue talking about college in the future but yeah we have done some really old episodes. I'm going yeah. We did one more right. We did one with my original co-host before in twenty thirteen eighteen. Oh my gosh. We've been pod guessing for a long time Michelle here episode. Five number five is college in the US worth the price and we but we macos than I had different opinions on that. Actually so that was interesting. You should go check that one out. What else Michelle episode episode? Six four English vocab words to discuss college in the US. So guys definitely. Oh we can talk about college today and then we did also recently episode eleven seven d three. I think maybe this was with Jessica. You did throw back Thursday challenge on instagram. And you were talking about how to talk about the past and that would definitely it really be helpful for today's episode right good point Michelle because it's all about you know you have the stories. But how do you talk about them with the right grammar tenses and all that good stuff remember number guys. It's really easy to find these episodes if you're in the APP so just type the episode number in the search bar inside the APP okay. Cool all right so we're GonNa Talk About College today. Yeah we are going to also give you some good Freezes good words to go along with this episode So let's get into some question. Some questions Lindsey. So we're just GONNA talk through it and guys you're going to taste of college so Lindsay I'm going to ask you and then I can answer to So why did you choose the school you attended. Where did you go? Oh my gosh. So I went to. I went to Mary. Washington College. which was in Fredericksburg Fredericksburg Virginia? And I actually went back to visit it this past summer and it was so hot down there. I forgot how hot Virginia can get in the summertime. Oh my gosh but I chose it because because of honestly because of tennis so I was a big tennis player in high school and I wanted to play college tennis. I went down at the coach. I also noticed that the weather it was amazing. I went down on a beautiful April weekend and I got a taste of that. I was like yes that is for me and so and so but yeah yeah. I ended up playing tennis for four years except for my semester abroad in Paris and that was like a that was a fundamental part of my college. Experience was college athletics. So that's why why went to Mary. Washington what about you Michelle. Where'd you yeah? Well I went to University of Maryland College Park and that is sorry. A big school right. Yes that's a state school. Yeah what is a state school and say. Yeah so we're GonNa talk about these vocabulary. Words a little bit in a in a little while is but a state. School is basically a public college or university. That's funded by taxpayer money from the state. So usually it's a little bit cheaper for in-state people. Yeah if you grew up there if you live there and it's often even cheaper out of it can be a different price point for out of state students and in state students exactly so I went to a state school. That was my state. School helped a little bit with the costs. But that doesn't mean it's cheap but yeah I also. I went there because I had thought about going to school in the city city but then I realized walking around Maryland that I really wanted the typical college Campus experience with the football team and the basketball team. And I just I wanted to experience that life. Because there's only really at that time in your life when you can have that and so I also my brother went there. My you know other family members went there and I know people love it so it's a good school. Yeah yeah that's really interesting. I also had those thoughts when I first went to Mary Washington. I thought it was a bubble so it was a very very typical campus. Like Jeffersonian southern architecture. Everything is in one place right like you know you walk through the door. There's no city life and at that time I was hungering for city the life I actually thought about transferring to Gw or American University in wash or even. Be You like going to Boston. But I'm glad I didn't because you're right right that time period is super unique in the. US We only have one time in which we can live in. dorms eat in the dining all the best friends of our lives. It's their unique experience. So I'm glad I didn't go to a city school and transferring. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah me too So yeah I mean so we were already talking about. This is a little bit but you were saying that you think you went to kind of a typical school so like movies like the campus. I mean so I mean. What is that? Typical experience is taller listeners. A little bit more about what we mean by that. Yeah I mean I think. My school was typical in some ways. And kind of atypical. Good word today. Right atypical in other ways guys. Write that down so we definitely had that contained campus beautiful campus absolutely gorgeous award winning campus right and we had a dining hall we. We lived on on campus and the dorms every year except for my senior year we lived off campus in a house that we rented the four of us but in the sense of we didn't have we had sports. Obviously sleep played tennis. We had a rugby team. But we didn't have the big school. Typical experience like the huge football games. We didn't have that part of the typical American College. But it sounds like you you did Michelle. Yeah sports was a big deal and in our in my freshman year. The women's basketball team won the the championship. And that was just like such a fun experience. You know you it going to the Games and being on campus. I don't there's there's really nothing like that experience but in the beginning I was a little bit homesick even though I went to school. Forty five minutes away from my parents. I wasn't used I used to it. It's hard to get used to win. And also you know dorms. That's another typical thing. You know gross dorms dorms and the summer like you said Lindsay. The there's no air conditioning. dorms there's no like central. ACN Yeah there was like there were one or two doors. That had it but I was not in those do not and so that was really really hard in the beginning so yeah but go ahead no go ahead no it was just yeah it was. It was hard to adjust to in the beginning and after a couple of months I I loved it and I never looked back so I'm glad I had that experience. Yeah I think this is the part that our listeners might find interesting how different it it is. I find it kind of interesting too right. We leave home at eighteen for college and were expected to be an adult at that point. I mean not entirely right because often. I mean in many people's parents will help them pay for college so you may be still having your parents help you pay for meals college tuition but in some ways you're on your own you're like okay. I'm not living at at home anymore. And that can be really how that can cause a lot of home-sickness. My I found out quickly the my school unfortunately was kind of a suitcase school. A little bed. That does that mean people leave on the weekend. Yes yes it was and I of course hard to I. He was from New Hampshire. My family I wasn't going to go home right so I was all in on my experience and a lot of my friends freshman year would go home and I would be like. Oh you're not going home again in this weekend. Sometimes they would take me home because it was a state school. Also but Virginia states lived in Virginia. But so then that meant we got. We got to have home cooked meals at their home. Sometimes odds but that created a bit of a lonely feeling sometimes Yeah Yeah I could definitely see that. Oh that's hard. Yeah Wow did you. Here's a funny question. Lindsey did you put on the Freshman Fifteen. Oh God it's such a good question even though I was running sprint on the tennis court pretty much every day yes I feel like I put on about ten pounds probably..

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"american college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"american college" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"american college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"american college" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

14:50 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

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"american college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I don't know the American college of cardiology aced, the American Heart Association, apparently puts us out. They say that doctors may consider aspirin for some older, folks. But everything's changing. I don't know. Everything's different. I don't know. Support for Trump amongst Republicans. Stubbornly refuses to collapse I've been amazingly. I just been so amused by some of these headlines, they say eighty five percent of likely Republican voters actually prove of the president and other seventy six percent of them. Support his nomination, they support what he's doing with the economy, etc. Etc. That supports not going away a Gallup poll now said that also fifty percent believe that the that the molar Trump investigation is a quote witch hunt. And that includes fifty four percents of independence the impeachment support and slid to an all-time low twenty eight percent, nobody has any faith in Muller. So yeah, that's pretty much done at this point. This is crazy. A woman gives birth to six eighty nine minutes and nine minutes defined defined define four point seven billion odds. A woman from Houston Texas, gave birth to six children in less time than it takes to drink a Cup of tea apparently lemon hospital of Houston, Texas. She. Yeah there ever, but he's in good condition or in the near Natal intensive care unit. That's pretty hardcore. Holy cow. Two thirds of voters say that Amazon canceling queens headquarters is bad for New York. This is more of that bad polling for Alexandria, Cossio Cortez because these are people who are in her district. They said that New Yorkers that Amazon canceling its planned second headquarters was bad for New York by sixty seven to twenty one percent margin. And they said that a sixty one to thirty percent margin. They actually supported the deal which would have given up to three billion dollars in state and city incentives and created twenty-five thousand jobs and a quadruple the billions more revenue. Wow. This seems like a nightmare situation. The New York Post reports that a woman is now suing a cemetery after she was quote sucked into her parent's grave. She was sucked into their grain. This is terrifying. She was visiting and she went she bent down to fix a bow on a wreath. And then a simple totally swallowed her up and she hit her head on a tombstone cracking YouTube, and she tried to grab grab the sides and they could hear her screams. And oh my gosh. That is crazy. It's the Saint Charles resurrection cemetery, and now it's a five million dollar lawsuit that hit the queens supreme court that does sound like pretty terrifying. Though. I mean, this beyond this that sounds horrible. Horribly. Ghastly, my space loses a dozen years worth of music uploads and photos from users and calls it a quote inconvenience. Everybody's mad. The bigger headline is people still use my space that seems to be the bigger headline how? Yeah. Oh my goodness. All right. Well, yeah. We'll know it apparently. Yes. Still there and Twitter's insiders are skeptical about Beethoven Iowans, according to polling don't really seem to care about. And he's not really registering a lot even though he does well in fundraising. He's not the one. It's Biden Sanders who are leading in the polling. We have a lot more coming.

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"american college" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on KCRW

"Melt, and then moves down the streets. Meantime, emergencies have been declared in Nebraska, Iowa, and Wisconsin, Amy held NPR news. British Prime Minister Theresa may is against scrambling today to win parliament's support for her Brexit deal after lawmakers moved to delay the EU divorce last week, she seeking approval for a plan. She can offer e you leaders this Thursday in return for more time. She warns delay would be a symbol of failure. This is NPR New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand has made it official. She's posted an online video formally announcing her candidacy for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination after announcing she was setting up an exploratory committee in January she's been traveling around the country to gauge support. And now says she's in the race in Slovakia, presidential elections. A lawyer who wants to stamp out? Corruption has won the first round NPR's. Joanna kakissis reports the candidate has already made a Mark on the small central European country and is on track to make history. Susannah chap who ties wall known for taking on powerful interests in two thousand sixteen she accepted, a major environmental award after she let a fourteen year fight to shut down a huge an illegal toxic dump? He Slovakia, we are still learning lessons about after the fall of communism. But no. No country has been walking. She joined mass protests last year after investigative journalist yawn Kusak. And his fiancee were murdered Kuchiak dug into stories about corrupt businessman chapel. One forty percent of the vote if she wins the second round in two weeks, she will become Slovakia's first female, president Joanna kakissis. NPR news Berlin, the American college of cardiology is meeting in New Orleans today to discuss a new method of inserting heart valves, instead of surgery.

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"american college" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"american college" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Event today. I guess they left it three fifteen so not too far behind from the Our Lady of the Annunciation champ on on Our Lady of the Annunciation chapel on the campus of the university of Mary. So that's neat. Monsignor shay. Like, the young ladies we were talking with earlier. Parents. Still in them. That it was important to be part of the pro-life movement. So they frequently attended to North Dakota marches marked the anniversary of Roe versus Wade and Bismarck, invariably in the bitter cold. He's giving speeches in defensive life and local parishes in for high school debate competitions. When he started studying to be a priest in Washington, he was able to see the March for life firsthand to see how it brought people of faith and goodwill from across the nation together to to defend life. Tells the story about not. Not missing a Mark entire time. He was in. Washington DC for the where he was studying at the North American college. I'm sorry at the Catholic university North American college in Rome. The also was there. During the last years of Pope, John Paul St John, Paul the second also, very formative and his frequent extortions against fear and the culture of death formed his priesthood prepared him for work in the Catholic secondary and university education and now once again. Bringing pro-life pilgrims from the pro-life generation. Thirty hour journey. To Washington DC, isn't that pretty cool. Cool. I think that's pretty aren't. Here's some of your text. We need to get to. It caught up on that. Very educational trip. I.

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