35 Burst results for "Ashley C"

Darrell Brooks Released in Two Days, yet Jan. 6th Defendants Are Still in Jail?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | Last week

Darrell Brooks Released in Two Days, yet Jan. 6th Defendants Are Still in Jail?

"Mike, we got this guy from Marcus hall, who allegedly killed four or 5 people and injured 40 out of bail and two days. And we still have people in jail from the January 6th riot. What is going on? I thought the same thing. I thought the same exact thing. 5 people killed in a murderous act. The only person who was killed on January 6th was Ashley babbitt. The Trump supporter by a capitol police officer. It's a great question. This guy was out in two days. How about the black kid who shot up the school in Fort Worth Texas? Texas and got out the day after. The day after firing a gun in a classroom.

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How Broken Is America's Bail System?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:46 sec | Last week

How Broken Is America's Bail System?

"Mike, we got this guy from Marcus hall, who allegedly killed four or 5 people and injured 40 out of bail and two days. And we still have people in jail from the January 6th riot. What is going on? I thought the same thing. I thought the same exact thing. 5 people killed in a murderous act. The only person who was killed on January 6th was Ashley babbitt. The Trump supporter by a capitol police officer. It's a great question. This guy was out in two days. How about the black kid who shot up the school in Fort Worth Texas? Texas and got out the day after. The day after firing a gun in a classroom. Wow, there's just a lot of bad stuff in the

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"ashley c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

09:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I can be, you know what I mean? That's intentional. There's control there. And I think that's what was terrifying to them to have to tell us was that somebody had made that kind of choice who was that closely related to us? Yeah, we'll get to that in a little bit. I want to talk a little bit more about your early relationships. Over the course of your life, your relationship that you've had with your mother has been really complicated. You know, this book is as much about her as it is about your dad. You've described experiences with her when she became unrecognizable to you and you've written about how there was mama, the loving mother we knew before whatever sparked her ire. And then there was mother who showed up in her place. Mother felt separate, somehow apart from our otherwise happy and harmonious existence. She rose from somewhere within mama and did the latter's dirty work. Ashley, where did mothers rage come from? As I've gotten older and talked to my family more, I know that my mom has always had issues with anger. And nobody was really surprised by the fact that my mom has issues with anger or that the book mentions so many of my mom's issues with anger. And that was even before what happened with my dad. My mom was a very angry young woman. She had some terrible pains in her body. And I got to tell you, knowing my grandmother, there's no way she showed very much compassion in those moments. She was just not that kind of person. My mom would have never seen an example in my opinion of what to do with fear, except turn it into anger. Immediately. And my mother went from being a 22 year old married woman, a mother to suddenly being a single 22 year old with two kids under three. Like, wow, that. In Reagan's America, okay? Yeah. So we also have to understand that at this time, the everything that had happened to my mom that had been out of her control, all of these are circumstances. All of this is out of her control. Not only is that true, that she didn't make the choices that led to this moment. It is also true that the country at that time was demonizing women who fit the demographic of my mother's life at that point. Not enough money, no one to help. Kids, needing help and assistance. That was all demonized. Why would you need help and assistance? Why can't you just do it yourself? Yeah, I understand you had a husband and he was working and contributing and now he's in prison. But how is that our problem? That's not our problem. That's your problem. So what are you going to do about it? And I don't think my mom has ever truly recovered from that time in her life. I don't know how she would have with no help, you know? I mean, maybe some help from her family, but therapy, absolutely not. Absolutely not. And now we look at that and we go, that's trauma. Everybody needs to be in therapy, right? Yeah. But back then, nobody was thinking about that. And so I believe my mom has a lot of unprocessed anger. I think she does not know where to put her anger when it comes. And so it feels like it belongs everywhere. And I think that she also grew up in a time and in a culture where apologizing to your children was unheard of. And it was a relinquishing of power instead of a strengthening of a bond and a relationship. And so because of that, and for other reasons, we just don't have that foundation, my mother and I. She often beat you. Yeah. When you were young and the punishments were severe. And you've written how when you next did something bad, you learn to carry the secrets of your badness, silently and alone. There would be no more confessions, whoever wanted to know how bad you could be would have to get close enough to find out and nobody tried. Did you at that point have an innate sense of badness? I did. I did. I could not imagine why this person who loved me so much would hurt my body so badly if I didn't deserve it. If I wasn't bad, if something about me and in me wasn't bad. And I knew enough at that time to essentially decide like, okay, clearly I'm back, or at least there's some bad in me, something in here is bad. And I now have to protect my badness. I have to not let anybody see that because I'm tell you what I'm not going to sign up for. Another whopping. I'm not signing up for that ever again. And because I didn't trust myself to really understand what would get me in trouble and what wouldn't because I was a child and nobody was really explaining that to me, I just thought, okay, I know that good is quiet. And I know that good is doing exactly what you're told to do exactly when you're told to do it. And any other part of me, I'm just gonna, I'm just gonna leave out of the equation because I'm not sure whether or not that's gonna get me in trouble. And that makes you terrified of being a human being. It makes you tear by having feelings expressing feelings. And I was terrified of all those things. And so it's sometimes wild to me, you know, when I think about my childhood and I think about growing up, I wonder what did my mom look at me and think like, yeah, this is a totally normal kid. This is this is totally how normal kids act. This is why I don't understand why so many people out in the community seem to really like my kid and talk about her bright personality and how much they really dig her. And then she comes home and I'm like, who is this? You know? But I don't know if she didn't have the time or inclination to dig that deep. I want to read one of the most powerful paragraphs in your book, and then ask you about it. You've written this. There was no beauty in my badness and there was no hiding my badness from anybody who got too close. And then you go on to state this. My mind was caught somewhere between extreme longing for love and tenderness and the fear of being mishandled or misused. Even as I was drawn to connect with the people around me, I feared them. Afraid of how much they might come to mean to me and how terribly I would have to mourn when they inevitably left me behind. At night I'd sit in bed and say to myself, everyone leaves. You'll be okay. Everyone leaves. You'll be okay. I'd say it over and over until I could picture them leaving until I could feel the tears on my cheeks. When I cried, I thought I could feel some of that inevitable pain, sparing my future self. I did not mind getting hurt as much as I minded being surprised by the pain. I wanted to see it coming. Not only is that a remarkable paragraph, it is also just a remarkable insight to have about your young self. Did you feel that you were intentionally cutting yourself off from people to try and control how much pain you were in or could be in and your future self? Uh, yeah..

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"ashley c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Me and the real me actually was lovable. And the real me actually was beautiful. And the real me didn't make people angry just by existing. And the real me, you know, was all of these good, best things. And I just wished he was there because if he was there, there would be adult around who could say, actually, Ashley is like this. Actually, Ashley is beautiful. Actually, Ashley is smart and wonderful and funny, you know? I wanted somebody to stick up for me with other adults. I just wanted somebody who would be on my side is what I really wanted. And those letters made me truly believe that there was somebody out there on my side. And I thought if I kept believing and wanting it bad enough, you know, he would just show up. You didn't write back frequently and you've said that you didn't know how to catch someone up on your entire life. As a result, you've written about how the relationship existed in sparse correspondence and your imaginations. What did you think of how he imagined who you were? I think that there are two things going on in why I didn't write my dad back and what I thought was going on in his imagination. At first, I thought it was, you know, this just inherent thing. This is my dad. I am made from his blood and bones. You know what I mean? That's my father. And so that's why he can see me and that's why he knows me better than everybody else, right? And then it became, but if I write him and I say the wrong thing, if I write the wrong thing, if I'm not who he expected me to be, what if I ruin it? What if who I am? And who he imagines me to be are so different that he can't love this version of me. So if I just take me out of the equation, if I just take the person who can't seem to communicate right, can't seem to get it right, can't seem to do right. If I just take me out of it, I can keep getting the love from him. I can keep seeing myself through his eyes in a certain sense without having to see them through my own, which are warped and marred by insecurity and abuse and all of those things. It felt dangerous to write back the stakes felt so high. Because this person to me is my connection to the good parts of myself. That's all I have. So if I mess up that connection, what do I have? In thinking about that, I wonder if you felt so secure in his continuing to write that you didn't have to write sort of just to keep up your end of the bargain, which I think is a pretty interesting way of looking at the dynamic. Oh yeah, for sure. He kept writing no matter what. Yeah, you know, I had never really been pursued. I never believed that I could make a mistake or turn away or isolate or whatever. And have somebody try to come find me. And figure out what happened to me. I used to think if I ran away from home, the only reason anybody would look for me is because they were legally obligated to do so. Not because they wanted to find me. And not because they wanted me to actually be part of their life or anything. You know? But with my dad, he was always in pursuit of my heart. He wanted to know me the whole time. He wanted to love me the whole time. And I think there was part of me that did really want to like stretch that out. And did want to see like, okay, well, what if I don't write you back for a year? What if I don't write you back for two years? Oh, you're testing him. What then? What's it gonna take for you to give up? And he just never did. Your family was very secretive about why your dad was in jail. Did you think he was in jail for murder? I did for a little while because I couldn't imagine what else would have put him in jail for so long. You know, especially, I knew one thing that my family did try to impress upon me and, you know, my brother was like, your dad was not a guy who was out here, you know, in the streets, so to say. He was not somebody who was in and out of jail. He wasn't somebody who was in and out of prison. This was his first and last offense. And it's terrible, right? It's terrible. But I knew that my dad had done something terrible, that he must have done something terrible. But this kind of terrible, I didn't expect. I mean, to me, there are so many reasons why a person might get murdered. And it is not ever excusable to murder, right? But things happen all the time. You know, I just thought there could have been so many things that happened. So many things that went wrong so many momentary lapses and judgment that led to that moment. But what my dad actually did, that's not, you can't.

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"ashley c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Ashley C Ford welcome to design matters. Thank you so much for having me, Debbie. I'm so excited to be here. Years of listening to this podcast. And years of hoping you'd be on it. For those that might not know Ashley has a very, very, very significant place in my life as she is the person that ultimately introduced me to my wife. So, yeah. Just a little disclosure before we get started. One of the things that makes me happy is that's one of the best things I've ever done in my life. Well, thank you. Oh, you definitely changed my life. Now I have goosebumps before we've even started. So Ashley, before we really get into the meat of the interview, I found something out about you that I was really surprised about. I understand that you're quite the yacht rock enthusiast. Oh yeah. Well, first of all, I didn't even know what rock yacht meant. And I had to ask my wife about it. I'm like, what's a yacht? Rock enthusiast. They could even say it. So first, for my listeners, that also might not know. Can you describe what yacht rock actually is and what are some of your go to tunes? This is an age old question, Debbie, what actually is yacht rock? I have never been able to come up with a definition that really makes sense. It's more so that I'm just like throwing out artists and I'm like, that's yacht rock. That's yacht rock. So Kenny logins to me is the king of yacht rock. Also, the sultan of soundtracks. And Christopher cross, okay? Would you know who Christopher? Say yes me away. Yeah. That was not really, but that was my jam. You know what I mean? That's y'all rock. Robert dupri, even James Ingram is like the rare token black dude. Yeah, rock. It is a very smooth, like somewhere between rock and pop and R&B. I mean, you've got strong melodies. You know, but it's usually being sung by white dudes with full beards and Hawaiian t-shirts. Is usually what's going on there. And I love it. I think it comes from the fact that I grew up in a time where lots of people around me could afford things like CDs and, you know, stuff like that. But I couldn't really. And so I listened to the radio. And if you were a kid in the early 2000s who listened to the radio a lot, your best bet at least for me to be able to hear things that weren't distracting, but were soothing with soft rock radio. And right here in Fort Wayne, 97.3 soft rock was my station. And I would just listen to it for hours. And it's just a ton of yacht rock. It's a ton of. So did you make up the term yacht rock? No, I absolutely did not. Yacht rock wasn't even a term that I could recognize until I was in college. And it was towards the end of college actually that I saw that there was this series of videos on YouTube that was called the history of yacht rock. And I was like, what is this? And it was essentially a, I want to say like an improv group or something like that except they had made these skits that were about how did yacht rock become a thing? And they defined yacht rock by these artists and by the smoothness of it and stuff like that. And I was like, this is what I've been into. This is what I like. Yacht rock. And that feeling is just never gone away. I love it to this day. Most of the records I own or yacht rock. It's my favorite. Who knew you could listen to design matters and get a pretty substantial history of Ashley C Ford? Thank you. This is like a whole new genre for me. Today, I really want to talk about your extraordinary book. Somebody's daughter, which debuted on The New York Times Best Seller list this year and stayed there for quite some time. Congratulations, think it is quite a feat. Your memoir follows the arc of your early life. So I really want to just dig right in. Great. When you were four years old, you went to live with your grandmother and great grandmother on a little farm in Colombia, Missouri. And you've said that this was the first place you felt like your imagination had no bounds. What kinds of things were you doing back then? Oh, so many things. I had a steady routine for the first time in my life, which I found very soothing. I pretty much knew what was going to happen any day of the week. I knew I had to go to school. I knew that after school I had to go to an aftercare. I knew that my grandma would pick me up from aftercare and that we would go home. I knew on the weekends, we would go to the mall, and we would see a movie. I knew that there would always be dinner and breakfast at a certain time. It was just very soothing for me to have everything happen when it was quote unquote supposed to happen. On top of that, you know, it being just me and my grandma, there was obviously a lot of attention for me. My grandma would read books to me and just sit with me and talk with me. My grandma taught me how to sew by hand. She would give me little scraps of fabric and I would learn how to thread my needle and so close for my little dolls and things like that..

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FBI Raid on James O'Keefe's Home Sparks Many Questions

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

FBI Raid on James O'Keefe's Home Sparks Many Questions

"Project veritas is probably the greatest thorn in the side of the American ruling class. To give an idea James O'Keefe has successfully exposed the VAERS database, Health and Human Services, Pfizer, the vaccination of children, critical race theory, woke ism in the military, Hasbro, which is making toys for children and how that they are implementing critical race theory within the manufacturing of toys for children. James O'Keefe has fought every major fight imaginable. And yet he's he's upset some people along the way. James O'Keeffe has made the biggest enemies you could possibly make, including Joe Biden. James O'Keeffe seems to be hitting home run after home run, and we have him on our show to celebrate those victories because many people in the activist press and even many people in the establishment right. They aren't so keen to actually celebrating the great work of project veritas, a legitimate journalist organization. And so therefore, because of all the enemies that James has made, he has been targeted and listed for destruction. And make no mistake, this is the way it works. Joe Biden and the regime, they have had James O'Keefe's name on a piece of paper and circled for quite some time. They want him gone. They want him done. And now, so thankfully James O'Keefe is rather smart and he's careful he is not reckless. He knows the fights that he's been picking. He knows the people he's been exposing. And so James O'Keefe came across and was exposed to this diary of Ashley Biden, which we were told was fake at the time, which obviously it isn't. It's not fake. It's probably very real, real enough that you're trying to mobilize the entire apparatus of the United States government to try to of the law enforcement government to try to prevent either publication or the dissemination of such product.

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Did the FBI and New York Times Collude Against Project Veritas?

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Did the FBI and New York Times Collude Against Project Veritas?

"Our gloves are on and we're ready for battle It's the way it goes Red state does a very good job Somebody uses the acronym banshee of explaining what the FBI has done the project veritas and more specifically to James O'Keefe and it is another disgrace It's yet another example What's happening to this country The FBI raid a project veritas turns into a massive scandal they write after privileged communications are leaked Project veritas has found itself in the crosshairs of the FBI That began with a raid on the homes of several of its journalists under the guise of looking for Ashley Biden's diary Apparently a stolen diary is now in the purview of federal authorities Will there be investigating the stealing of bicycles next But what was so disturbing besides the raids happening was how quickly The New York Times knew about them While O'Keefe was asked by the FBI to keep quiet The New York Times knew within hours pointing to a leaker within the FBI Quote but while the Department of Justice requested us to not discuss the existence of the subpoena something very unusual happened within an hour of one of our reporters homes being secretly raided by the FBI This is project veritas The New York Times who we are currently suing for defamation Contacted project veritas reporter for comment

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Judge Bruce Schroeder Holds the Line in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Judge Bruce Schroeder Holds the Line in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Kyle rittenhouse is on trial and it's becoming the number one news story in the country. Largely because of this judge and the fact that Kyle took the stand, it's a risk, but just kind of looking at the tea leaves. All they have to all they have to do, the Kyle rittenhouse team is win over one juror. They have to win over one juror that will not be able to live with themselves for locking up Kyle rittenhouse, and putting him in jail. Let's go to cut 44, which was not covered in the activist press. Now mind you, the drive bys a CNN and MSNBC and all the major news outlets they did not cover the rittenhouse trial nearly at all until today, as soon as Kyle rittenhouse took the stand, they pounced. And they also got introduced to this judge who has been admonishing the prosecution. And you can kind of tell this judge is really fed up with what's going on. And that's what a judge is supposed to do. A judge is supposed to use practical judgment prudence and wisdom. Wearing his black cloak, hopefully to have no bias and no prejudice, look at the merits of the case and say, wait a second. You can indict a hand sandwich. What are you doing here? And you could tell the judge has been poking the prosecution at every corner. The judge has been pushing back hold on. That's not allowed. That's not a lot. That's what a judge is supposed to do. A judge is not supposed to be a rubber stamp or a yes man for the state or the prosecution. This is an important thing that we talked about the other day as far as how our justice system is designed. Is that prosecutors are supposed to be independent of judges and vice versa? Judges are supposed to be the balance between the citizens, people that are going to be put on trial and the prosecution of people that do the trials. The state, the government versus the people. And what we see in the Kyle rittenhouse drama, make no mistake. If Kyle rittenhouse would have been a BLM incorporated activist, and if he would have shot a Trump supporter outside of a Trump rally, that none of this would be an issue. They would say they deserve it, and you know what's my justification for that? Can someone possibly explain to me why lieutenant Michael bird got off for shooting Ashley babbitt? But Kyle rittenhouse has to go through this entire saga for shooting a child rapist in an antifa person trying to

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Is the Biden Regime Persecuting an Opposition Journalist?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Is the Biden Regime Persecuting an Opposition Journalist?

"So James O'Keefe has been very effective. The New York Post has a great story on this. They say the sure looks like Biden's Department of Justice is persecuting and opposition journalist. James O'Keefe is the most effective journalist that we have on the right, whether it be VAERS database information, whether it be exposing critical race theory in our schools or people that are whistleblowing, James O'Keeffe has been a thorn in the side of the regime for quite some time. FBI and Manhattan federal prosecutors are investigating the case of Ashley Biden's diary. The president daughters said it was stolen in a burglary last year an obscure right wing website found a publishing it would at satyr pages are from about ten days before the election. Now, I'm not going to get into the alleged contents of the diary. But there's some pretty creepy stuff in this diary. Let me just say some really weird stuff. According to all public reports, and what's interesting, again, which no one has been able to explain at all is what federal crime in the U.S. code is worthy of FBI agents going after this. So just so you understand the priorities of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. By the way, are we watching for that press conference with Merrick Garland right now? As soon as you hear the DOJ come out, then they say they're gonna do a press conference on a significant political matter. Say, hold on a second. What's going on here? Not so fast, my Friends. That's something that should worry a lot of people. Not the overreach of government. But this is a pattern of tyrants and autocrats, which is to silence political dissidents. It's nothing new. It's the habit of the tyrant to want to suffocate opposing ideas, especially journalists. And James O'Keefe is the most effective among them. James O'Keefe went after governor Murphy and exposed his regime for what he was doing in New Jersey and I think largely tightened the New Jersey governor's race. James O'Keeffe has been relentless, and he has been effective. And because of that, he's at the top list of the Federal Bureau of Investigation executing, a search warrant against

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FBI Raids James O'Keefe's Apartment Amid Probe Over Ashley Biden's Stolen Diary

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:20 min | 3 weeks ago

FBI Raids James O'Keefe's Apartment Amid Probe Over Ashley Biden's Stolen Diary

"Was wondering if someone could help with this. A couple of years ago, I was flying from New York to Los Angeles. I remember exactly what seat I was in. It was seat three a now I am, I'm a journalist guy. I'm always taking notes. I have hundreds of journals, some would call them diaries around my house. I love writing things down. I love taking notes. But on this particular flight from New York to Los Angeles, I was really kind of taking notes and doing things and I then fell asleep got distracted. Landed, got off the plane, and an hour or two later I realized that I had forgot my journal on the plane. I ran back and it wasn't in the lost and found. It wasn't where people said it was and I have a high suspicion that my diary and my journal was stolen. So to the FBI, could you guys help me find my diary? Is that a federal crime now? Are you guys now in like the diary locating business? Now, some of you might be saying Charlie, what on earth are you talking about? Well, over this last weekend, we have now learned that there is an expanded scope of federal authority. Where the southern district of New York and I want to be very clear, there are some phenomenal people that are part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In the boots not in the suits, but the southern district of New York is its own kind of it's its own country of enforcement. SDNY, that's the one that went after Steve Bannon, dinesh de Souza. It's one that went off to every single one of the conservative allies. Well, breaking last Friday night is that fair to say Friday and Saturday because we didn't really see it. I don't know if we covered it last week. Project veritas run by the wonderful James O'Keeffe had their doors kicked in. For the federal agents that were going after the alleged missing Ashley Biden diary, how is that a federal concern exactly? And so there's a lot surrounding that story, there's a lot within the contents of the diarrhea allegedly. We were told the diary wasn't real. I didn't really cover the story honestly, I forgot about this. There's just been so much crime and corruption around the Biden regime and the other side just isn't covering it at all? But let's play cut 20. Fox report on how the FBI investigation of project veritas and the diary apparently belongs to Joe Biden's son or Ashley Biden. We're not exactly sure. Play cut 20. On Friday, O'Keefe acknowledged project veritas is under investigation by the Justice Department over the apparent theft of a diary reportedly belonging to Ashley Biden. President Biden's daughter. Just days before the 2020 presidential election, pages from the diary were published by a right wing website, which reportedly has ties to O'Keeffe. The site claims, it received the diary from project veritas. O'Keeffe says a copy of the diary was leaked to project veritas by a whistleblower, but they chose not to publish it because they could not verify its

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Mike Speaks to Ashli Babbitt's Husband Aaron

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Mike Speaks to Ashli Babbitt's Husband Aaron

"Had a chance to sit. Down with aaron babbitt ashley baboots husband and i wanted to share my conversation with you here. On the mike gallagher show. We've spent a lot of time on this. Show talking about the tragedy of ashley babbitt. I know her husband wouldn't wanna referred to as a tragedy but the nation became very familiar with her her Her story as she went to the capital on january sixth. And as we've said over and over again was literally the only person who was killed as a result of any of the actions of the Of those who were demonstrating at at at the capitol. Aaron babbitt has been. I think a voice. That ashley would be very proud of representing her her memory representing her life talking to the media and as this sunday i believe is ashley's birthday. There's gonna be a rally to to lift her up into lift up. Aaron joins us here on the mike. Gallagher show aaron. Thank you for taking time out of your day to to visit with us. I know i speak for millions of people who who want to share with you. How sorry we are for your loss. And how how. How just awful. This journey must have been for you to to watch your wife. Go off to washington. Dc january sixth and have happened. what happened. it's the it's been the longest nine. Plus months of my life are but also the quickest. I realized that january six twenty twenty twos just the bowling of an ira and it's it's already been a year now but you did hit the nail on the head to where when i kissed my wife goodbye on on january. Never for a second thought. She wouldn't becoming home me. It's been difficult

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Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

"To the capital tomorrow. I want to read a left-wing tabloids description of why the capital is on alert. This isn't the new york. Daily news headline capital on alert. Fence goes up. Cops are ready for right. Wing rally tomorrow now. I want you to hear this. You gotta hear the way. This is described by the new york daily news again. A left-wing tabloid even in post presidency exile. Donald trump is still raising unsightly walls. That's the first line of the article. Even in post presidency trump is still raising unsightly walls tall black chainlink security. Fence was erected outside the us capitol complex yesterday as workers are getting ready for a storm of trump fans who planned to descend on washington nine months. After the january six assault on american democracy fencing went up outside the capitol out after that deadly riot. Well yeah deadly ashley. Lab at the trump supporter was killed. But it was removed over the summer. Now it's back again as the right wingers prepared a role in the nation's capital saturday. They're going to have justice for j six rally now even the article as comical as it is says. Hundreds of trump's supporters are expected at the rally to protest criminal charges filed against about six hundred people suspected of breaking laws in january. So it sounds like it's hundreds like the hundreds who rioted january six and people and the left is obviously a nancy pelosi's terrified security officials are anxious to avoid any repeat of january sixth when hordes of protesters some armed or really. How many was there one gun found on one person overwhelmed cops in the effort to block congress from certifying biden's victory.

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John Zmirak: George W Bush Equated Ashli Babbit With Jihadists

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak: George W Bush Equated Ashli Babbit With Jihadists

"John's merrick. What's on your mind. Well i just finished reading the letter of ashley. Abbott's mother responding to george. W bush ashley bavin whose daughter answered george bush's call and joined the us and fought in iraq in our air force and then protested on january six. You know she committed a crime of trespassing. She climbed through someplace. It wasn't supposed to and the capitol. Police shot her dead. No she tried. She tried to climb through but she was murdered. by someone whose name. I guess. We're never going to know you know what maybe general milley can do. He could do us a solid and go behind the back of the Current fake president. And maybe he could get that name to us because he's a stand up guy. He cares about america. She was shot dead by a capital police officer. For no reason she wasn't carrying seven. She wasn't threatening anyone. And here. George w bush. The man who in a sense lured her into the us military. She signed up because of his war on terror. Here he is equating. Ashley babbitt to muhammad atta and all those other filthy jihadi psych psych of ads who attacked our hometown. I think it is for us to establish why we think this is such a despicable thing for the former president to have said it's deeply shameful. He seems to be in bed with whatever you call at the deep state i mean look. His father was cia. His father was as deep state president as it gets. But i really believe w was different from his father. Oh yes he appoints cheney and rumsfeld. But i did not believe because i thought this men's an evangelical christian he's from texas. He doesn't seem to be the kind of guy that would buy into that stuff. But then we see pictures of him and his father schmoozing with the clintons. Now pictures of him. You know hugging a barack and michelle and you begin to wonder where he's coming

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To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd

"To compare january six to nine eleven is beyond absurd it is it is reprehensible and his byron york points out in his scathing column about george w bush's speech to compare january six to nine. Eleven is a rhetorical trick. If you will that is it's beyond ridiculous. It's it's it's it's awful. There is no comparison. I'll never understand what got him. The heads of those few hundred people on january sixth. I don't know anybody who defends them. In fact the best anybody does in trying to defend them is doing with. John just tried to do and suggest will they didn't even exist. It was a bunch of antique people. It was not. It was not that. I saw the guy to there. Were maybe there were a few people from antiphon. Plm mixed in there. Those were those were a lot of trump supporters. Again ashley. bad if the only person killed that day was a diehard trump supporter trying to climb through a broken window that was barricaded and a guy shot and killed her and best. I can tell was not really held a cal on tv and bragged about it. Tell told us how brave you was was. The guy's name you went on with lester holt right michael bird. I've never heard law enforcement. Ever tell me how brave they are if you tell people how brave you are. You're not very brave. This is the same guy. Incidentally who left his loaded revolver in the men's room and bragged about the fact that he wouldn't be held accountable because he was a high ranking capital police officer. So that's michael bird.

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Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods

Your Own Magic

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods

"We have this line. That's running through our bodies it connects up to the universe runs down through our bodies the central on of our bodies and 'attaches or connected to the earth beneath our feet and we're receiving messages from this line. Twenty four seven all the time every single second of every single day because it detaches up to the highest realm where are accustomed records are which if anyone does know is a metaphysical library of your entire soul's existence everything that's happened to you with you. Anything you have felt anything is in the records and this line is attached to that realm and so from the moment we take our first breath receiving information and you can call it downloads. Ping's guidance in her thought inner knowing gut feeling. You can call it anything you want. It's all language at the end of the day. But we're receiving that twenty four seven and so the way that we teach this now. In the way that i teach records is there are two ways to access them and one is the alike. The ritual dial up internet word of the prayer and like the whole like the older way of doing it which absolutely works. Not how you do it for somebody else but if you want to tune in for yourself that line gives you everything that you need. You don't need the prayer. You don't need the whole The rich won't you just need that intention. We teach a line activation which is simple easy breath work and movement that activates opens that line. Which is the files of all these messages that you can begin receiving them and receive this guidance from your higher self his highest realm. That really is just rooting. You on and so. That's how we teach the records now which is very different than other accustomed record readers and people who talk about them and teach them reteach them in two different ways one. That's like five g. high pace easy to access. Everyone can do it and the other is the older way which is really wonderful beautiful. They're equally powerful one way you can use them to read further people and to explore the history of other people and support them in that way but if you want for yourself you have it in you every single person. This has it

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"ashley c" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"This episode is a chat with author. Ashley see ford. She's out with a new memoir called. Somebody's daughter this book is all about ashley. And her dad. And his incarceration when she was a kid and how that experience and others made her understand a lot more about authority and forgiveness and freedom. This book it is also very heavy. It deals with trauma. But it's a must read and this chats you're going to hear now it is must-listen ashley is in conversation with my friend and colleague gene denby. He's one of the co host of switch all right. let's get to it with that gene. We'll take it from here. Just a heads up your this episode contains discussions of sexual assault and rape. I'm sure ian mighty sold mirage gene zombie. And you're listening to code switch from npr. If you've been listening to the podcast lately you know that all this month we're talking about books and particularly books about freedom all kinds of freedom ensuring freedom but something that we realize that we have only we no longer have it like when it's been compromised taken away. I was thinking about that a lot. When i talk with ashley c four. I know ashleigh well. I know of her. I've been following her on twitter for a very long time. She's an editor. She's s she's a podcast host a very big deal on the internet as they say cheese all those things. He's also the author of a new memoir. It's called somebody's daughter and joining knock mass. Okay tell me about it. What was it that hit you. A lot of experiences growing up as a black child of a single mother just really resonated with me like at some point there were certain pages that felt directly pulled from our childhood. Like i feel a little bit too candid embracing so but you know. Her book is about a lot of things is about race is about childhood and it's also about what people in a family odu each other wrong but one of the central facts in this book. Serene is that it's about her father's incarceration and how his imprisonment fundamentally shaped her childhood and the lives of her mother and her siblings. It sounds like a very intense book. It is very much so but one of the things that were so bracing about. Somebody's daughter to me is just how clear. I'd actually is about everything and everyone that she talks about it. You know from her father's crime to the ways. Her mother tried to cope with this unexpected single parenthood. That was foisted upon her. We had a very heavy conversation about a month ago. And i asked her about what it was like going to meet her father in prison in her twenties after not having dude for over a decade and she talked about how hard that visit was not just emotionally and psychically but also logistically because he was in a state prison. He was hours away and she said you know. Those visits could be cancelled called off by the prison for any reason. Oh i didn't know that you so you go through all of this effort and then they can say forget it. This isn't going to happen today. So you can make the whole trip and not know that is not happening. Get there like maybe. There was a lockdown and the cell block where the person you're going to see is in prison. Maybe guard decided that you. The visitor was dressed inappropriately like anything right of that..

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Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2

"The brewers three game skid is over after rowdy tell as in Louis Siri is Homer to power them to a six two win over the twins tell as belted a three run shot Riess added a solo blast and cold wind hit a two run double as Milwaukee extended its lead in the NL central to eight and a half games over Cincinnati Erin Ashley surrendered a two run Homer by Miguel Sano but just two other hits over five innings for his first major league win the brewers raise their majorly best road record to forty three and twenty three they also ended their only losing streak longer than two games since the all star break I'm Dave Ferrie

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

NPR Politics Podcast

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.

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Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Has Stepped Forward

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:11 min | 3 months ago

Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Has Stepped Forward

"Make no mistake actually babbitt would-be alive today. If she hadn't tried to climb through that window. And i know that. I know that i also know that if a white cop had shot a violent black lives matter protester. That's all we'd be hearing about day in and day out but this guy is treated as a hero and we know why because ashley. Babbitt was an unapologetic trump's before we know why the guys treated like a hero and of course says we ought to be treated like a hero. He told lester whole showed the utmost courage in shooting that woman in the neck. I was afraid he said i did know. Couldn't see your hands didn't know if she was going to assassinate the speaker of the house. I had to kill her. Had to take her. Dad had to use deadly force. I feel so sorry for the families. I saw the husband. The widower of ashley babbitt interviewed last night on tucker carlson show. We'll play some of that audio for you. You ought to hear what her husband had to say. Because he's pretty angry too and you know what his response was to hearing. Lieutenant michael bird complain about the death threats. He was receiving to lester. Holt apparently ashley. Birds family has been getting death. Threats nonstop beginning january seven because unlike michael bird actually babbitt was immediately identified. Michael birds identity. Because of the design of the us congress had been protected. The only way people knew who he was leaked out or somebody tried to do some investigating and they can see his hand and he had a beaded risk thing on and they could compare it to if they had to do some detective work finally last night. He identified himself. And it's bear it bears repeating and we'll play the clip for you ashley. Babich husband has been threatened relentlessly as well.

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Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt Breaks Silence

The Ross Kaminsky Show

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt Breaks Silence

"Breaking his silence. The officer who shot and killed a woman inside the U. S Capitol during the January six attack. Lieutenant Michael Bird tells NBC he shot Ashley Babbitt only as a last resort. Capitol Police say bird potentially saved many lives. Those words meant a lot because that's exactly what I did

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The Pascagoula Alien Abduction

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:15 min | 3 months ago

The Pascagoula Alien Abduction

"Sometimes life just throws you a curve ball. An unexpected event happens that totally changes your outlook on life. It could be the death of a loved one. A natural disaster. A big break in your career today story is about one of those moments amplified to the max. Something's worth shatteringly. Strange happens to two men in pascagoula mississippi that not only changes their outlook. It completely ruined the rest of their lives. It's october eleventh. Nineteen seventy three in forty. Two year old. Charlie hickson in nineteen year old calvin parker or fishing on the pascagoula river despite the age difference or super close family friends. Charlie's always been kind of a father figure to calvin and today they're celebrating. Calvin recently got engaged and to help pay for the wedding. He started to work as a welder. The shipyard were charlie's a- format by nine pm. The sun has set in. They're about ready to pack up but before they go home they try out one last fishing spot appear by the old shopping or shipyard and that's when things get weird as charlie reaches into his tackle box for a piece of bait. Here's this zipping. Sound coming from behind him. It's loud enough. That he and calvin both turn around and they see this vehicle in the distance. That has these blue flashing lights at first. Calvin some cops are poking around his car. But the lights start to get closer and calvin realizes it can't be the police. He's never seen any squad car. That's the size of a yacht and floats in mid air. Yeah whatever this vehicle is is now about seventy feet away hovering two feet off the ground. And it's huge about thirty feet long charlie. In calvin stare at this thing in total confusion. They have absolutely no idea what to do or what to make of it and before they can formulate a plan a super bright light shoots out of the. I guess you'd call it a ship. The lights coming from a door on the side of the ship which is opening and something is coming out of it

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Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run

Ali on the Run Show

02:39 min | 3 months ago

Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run

"Now i feel like especially with you because you're so positive in happy and you're just as bundle of energy so obviously we hear about the highlight reel. A lot and yours is extensive between racing and personal staff. You just have this relentless positive optimism. But i want to hear about a tough time so to look back on all the races you've done. Ultras ironman marathons twenty nine. Oh twenty nine. Which ones do you remember as being really challenging for any given reason you they're all challenging in different ways obviously Just because there's a smile on my face doesn't mean not like hurting news. I was hurting from my one Because of what. I had done earlier that week But some of my struggles in races The one that really popped in my head when you said that and it was actually Quite an inspiring story for me. Now that i look back at it. It was when i was racing. Kona world championship Ironman in two thousand fifteen. I was having a miserable day. I was out there from the beginning. I got kicked in the face came out with a is that i couldn't even see Fact my coach at the time He told my husband wants he. So my is. He's like there's she's not going to finish she cannot see at all So my bike ride was really really ridiculously slow. And how might curium trained so hard. I'd actually earned my pro card at the time to race professionally. I embarrassed and Feeling horrible about where amount on the run. And i see somebody walking in front of me and The person in front of me I'm like gosh that girl. She looks like meredith kessler. But there's not a chance she's way up there she's out there and i just go back to my pity party. You know today's rough today's talks. You know telling myself how how bad everything is But still of course moving forward. And as i get closer and closer i come to find out. It was meredith kessler like one of the number one in the world at the time it was. I used to out there and she obviously started before i did so i was actually passing meredith kessler and in my mind i was like i. I'm not saying this like oh my gosh. I'd beat meredith task. No it was like. She wasn't stopping. She was having a worse day than i was. And she wasn't

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"ashley c" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hi ashley how are you. Think right how are you. I am great. I'm really excited to be talking with you. I really excited you talking to you. This is kind of a big deal for like somebody who lives in indiana. They love you. I wanna get into all of that. But i want to tell you. We bought a camper van last year. And we been driving all around the west coast and on our journeys we listened obsessively to your podcast you so our listeners. Who haven't heard your podcast. I could do a summation but would you mind doing it. sure yes. Crime junkie was started very end of two thousand seventeen with me and my literally childhood best friend brit and kinda got started a whole different host of ways. I was on the board of a nonprofit that i was trying to get some attention for. I was a huge fan of true crime. Podcast myself and there was a show. I couldn't find. And finally i was like what if we just try and make it so the whole point of the show. I thought it was the site. Cool local indianapolis thing where we could bring attention and awareness..

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"ashley c" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"You got older or experience more. What was behind the will. Actually just a little tidbit about myself. When i was younger i i was able to write about the same things that i right about now. And so somehow i'm able to put myself in the shoes of the character on talking about or the situation to write that song. So i know when red sneakers came out i had just released my first ep and people were kind of feeling country vibes from it and i was like okay but it's not really the direction i want to go in and so i threw red sneakers out more like a curve ball. I i wanted to show them. Hey i'm asha- peter. You heard that. Ep but i can also do this and so. That's why with red sneakers. I wanted to put this nice upbeat summer vibe out there and luckily i loved it. And it's actually. I believe sitting at number seven in new zealand right now which is really cool number seven on new zealand shirts and then so as i was exposed to more influences and different kinds of music as i love jazz music. I love rb music. I also love pop music. And i like country all this kind of stuff and so now that i've experienced more and definitely as matured I came up with stuck on you and so stuck on. You is more of an armed being soul. Kinda song has that emotion in it and so that was the direction i wanted to go in for that one. Thank you for explaining that. Yeah no worries. Like i say. The end user website considered alternative paw. So i'm kinda heading towards our in v of as of right now we're definitely seeing alternative in like aren be after my genre. So were you influenced by artist in particular an ardent be or just for sure. I will if we look at the pop side. Verse second like shawn mendez in sabrina. Carpenter i love their songwriting and then moving more into that aren being the sole. We have alan stone whose an amazing song a songwriter and artist anderson pack. I love his five. Also give you on. I love the atmosphere that he creates with his music. If you get a chance to listen to him and Even mac miller just for that vibe end Not that attitude. But i find it really cool. What kind of music do you listen to. I listen to everything. If it's a good lyric or a good backtrack may be a little guitar like that. I like allison to the song. I love it but right now i mostly listen to convey because your music. I don't just aren. V i can listen to for hours on end And luckily i find my musics able to fit there as well so it just happened to be yes. She's she's listening for. Sure as soulful and if this is where the past versus going to with Stock on new release definitely emotional. 'cause it suits your voice. Well thank you was great having you on the show. I really love getting to know you better. Where's the best place for us to find you but would be best to go to your website for any updates ashley for sure you can go to my website. Which is ashley. pater dot com. Where pater is felt later accept the l. -ssipi and as you can tell i'm very well rehearsed and saying that. Thank you for having me on the show. I am so thankful for you and for giving up and coming. Artists like myself Platform like yours. So thank you. Thank you for seeing the. I look forward to hearing what you put may and Thank you for giving us. A tip is going to be called sober. A- sounds amazing. And i look forward to hearing your music this year. Thank you well said. Y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others and posted about it. On social media catch all the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzzer all media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod. Next episode on air in d. From ipad to yours over the airways subscribe fees at the buzzer product. Dot com cheers..

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"ashley c" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"I love the track is very emotive and i love the simple keys intro on beer. What made you present song in likud. version while the song does have some production to it but i really wanted to route on the simplicity of the song because as you said it is very emotional. And so in order to hide those not hides in our to highlight those emotions. I need track to be simple at first. Kind of introduce you to the field and then As the song progresses so does the track production and it kind of builds up that hype in that emotion to really relay the lyrics that i'm singing so when you direct drone video we talked about the egypt directa. What was that experience about. Is this something that we're gonna see as a a mainstay. Your work ho creative process from songwriting to the video. Production south like i. I was very impressed that you actually directed at yourself. Thank you I being in the leader position isn't really new to me as i had a band and Actually when i write my songs i can hear the production behind it. I can see the music video. And i dunno it. Just somehow i see the whole production which really comes in handy and so. Luckily i'm able to put in words. Put it into this whole set out and be able to bring people together to make this dream come to life. So yeah definitely in the future superstar reflective. Oh yeah definitely. She didn't tell me about that track. Oh yeah of course produce video yourself. Yes the videos. I both directed them And i acted as well and so those are available up on my youtube channel. Which is youtube dot com slash ashley. Pater oko and you collaborated with a producer on the tracks sober. Yes so sober. I clobbered with crimson. Who is a vancouver producer. We're able to put our heads together and make the track come to life in. What was the experience like. It was amazing. He is such a nice guy. You know how you can just click with someone. I found that happen very quickly with him. And so we're able to you know. Put that into the music. And so i thought turned out very well and it seems that everyone else thinks so too so. I'm very glad. Awesome suburban be listening to so burn right. Now.

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"ashley c" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

02:57 min | 9 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"German and welcome to this week's edition of the soup. Rex book girls it sarah. He regained comedy. Tour is and hoping to know a new. Why are you here listening to your subscribing to this and this is why. I love this book us. This week's episode is going to be. We've actually done now. Actually you've seen walking up and down the uk seeing but we're going to talk about his background when he started out in the business in back yard wrestling and how that changed him how he met up with the likes of will spray and how he became the ashy done the note today. Now sit back groppy competency and listen to this episode of the soup. Rex podcast speaks. You say guys let you go and we'll go get into this episode. We'll make sure you cup italian. You ready to listen in just a quick note before we get started on this one This episode she was recorded a couple of weeks ago. Now maybe even a bit longer so of a mention we mentioned in them. We talk about people who are running shows slightly inaccurate overseas been other promotions. That have been running since. I've also edited this episode slightly. I haven't changed. The actual content of the stories are ashley tells. However there's a cutler names were mentioned during speaking out that may still being included in this episode. This is just the fed. Won't let you know. I don't want anyone to be upset for the content of this episode. I won't be offended in. Law is if you stop listening at this point if you do. I hope to see back next week. Our next episode however a one of my show that you are fair wound back to the episode. Welcome welcome welcome. Thank you very much for joining me tonight on the next episode. Suplex my guest. This evening is the wonderful minesweeper. Akshay done you my friend. I'm very well thank you. How about yourself yellow. Too bad not too bama for now how has the well been treating you. My you know she going to say good as much as a lockdown. Three three we're now right lack a jazz things. Things are well you know. We had a little prerecording chat of the way that will adore is being recently. That's just how life is. I'm sure anybody else that has children will know exactly what one about without tonight. She was paying down yesterday. She was fine the day before she was bad. But it's just one of those things but from that things are things that are well. Things are looking the way the to look. She's needed hero now isn't treasures cheese. She she is yes. She was one on the twelfth of january plaza s. Just i for one year. How is that being really struck..

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"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

08:00 min | 11 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"And two thousand seven chad was officially granted. Permanent custody after numerous questions. Establishing the custody battle and win the first court case was the defense attorney asks chat. He had placed a tracking device on. Ashley's car in may two thousand. Twelve chad responded. No then the defense attorney asked if he knew anyone close to him who had purchased a tracking device. That was put on. Ashley's car chad. Once again responded no the defense attorney moved onto chats plea of guilty for the charges against him and asked if anyone else had been indicted along with him. Chad said no. The defense attorney then addressed back. That chad filed an appeal. Even though he admitted responsibility the attorney asked you decided to take the plea agreement whereby you did not face death penalty. Correct chad argued that this was not entirely accurate and eventually was able to explain that. He pleaded guilty so that he did not lose his children. He said truly. I didn't care what the court was going to do with me. My main focus was and has been. My children are children when the defense attorney asked him if the appeal was an attempt to get the sentence overturned chaff replied No sir mind you. My knowledge of the law is very good. But i believe that the information that was seemingly restricted from coming into court could have been presented during an appeal. But i didn't know how the law worked. And i found out that was not the case. The attorney tried another angle and said once you plead guilty for all intents and purposes. You knew your case was over correct. John replied no sir and a heavy sigh can be heard from the defense attorney. The attorney ask questions about where chant drove the car and how he was familiar with that area. He then asked. If ashley was in the car when i drove it into the cornfield chavan replied. Yes the attorney then asked if he was already dead and chad replied yes again. Erica's attorney then ask chad. Did you strangle her. An chad replied. I'm not the one who strangled her. The defense attorney asked incredulously. Would you please repeat that chad. Says i am not the one that strangled her sir. The defense attorney commented so you pled guilty and now you're saying that you didn't kill her. Is that right chad replies. Yes sir after questioning. Chat about erica. And mike's marriage. The defense attorney questioned him about his sentencing. He asked at your sentencing when judge jones asked you if you had anything to say. Did you see anything about erica. Chad replied that he told the judge there was a lot he needed to say but there was very little he could say the defense attorney asked again with the same reply finally frustrated the defense attorney asa judge if she could instruct the witness to answer the question if you want to ask him directly did he reference a name. You can do that and we can see what his answer is. When chad was asked if he specifically mentioned erica during his sentencing chad said now the defense attorney continued to point out. That chad had not mentioned erica. Prior to two thousand twenty either at a sentencing or when detective hitchings had visited him in prison. He finished up by asking if mary brigham had put money in his commissary account and chad said he did not recall if she had or not the attorney pointed out they had testimony that morning where she said she had but chad stated she might have read just not recall it when the prosecutor resumed direct examination of chad. He tried to poke holes in the defenses questioning. He asked chad why he had not mentioned erica at the two thousand thirteen. Sentencing chad said he was afraid of happening to his children because of threats that had been made in the past china explained. He had told one of his attorneys about america's involvement back in two thousand twelve. But this was the attorney who said that chad needed to resolve the case or lose kids after some questions about his business and how erica and mike had sold off most of his equipment. The prosecutor finish with chad. Cobb and chad session was dead. The next witness was g. c chad's minor daughter. She was questioned about various aspects of relationships with her mother and her stepmother. Jesse testified that she had very few memories of her mother. Or of any contentious court battles. She stated that she had some good memories of erica. But they were mostly bad. Because eric was mean to her. Erica didn't want her to have a close relationship with her father. Cheesy wisely said she was jealous. Gc said she was close with her dad and miss him she then testified. She remembered a phone call. Erica had made to order a pizza. She said she remembered. Erica didn't give her own name but could not remember what name erica had said. She said the next thing she remembered. She woke up in the car at her. Great grandmothers house g. testified that she now lives with her paternal grandparents and she works three jobs but still makes as and bs in school one other witness. A friend of erica's said added dinner after ashley's murderer air claim to have defecated on ashley's grave when her friend asked her why erica said for all the shit she put us through at one point during the trial juror number. Seven was dismissed due to an outside discussion of the case. Alternate number one was put in juror. Number seven's place making the jury six men and six women it had previously been seven women and five men after testimony from responding officers crime scene technicians and the medical examiner. The state rested their case. The defense attorney called mike stefan code to the stand briefly. Before the jury was given instructions and began deliberations after fourteen hours. The jury found erica. Stefan co guilty of one count of aggravated murder. Murder and six other charges in relation to the beating and strangulation. Death of ashley begs. The sentencing was due to occur on january eleventh. Two thousand twenty one and she faces a sentence of life in prison. But that hearing has been delayed. Chance domestic attorney beth. Judge was suspended from the ohio state bar in january. Two thousand twenty. She was suspended for taking money from client and not providing services in december. Two thousand and twenty. Beth was ordered to make restitution to the client but remain suspended from the bar. Ashley biggs was twenty five when she was murdered. She was an army veteran where she served as a ninety two f. or a fuel specialist. Those who knew her said she had a smile that was as big as the world. She was full of laughter. Kindness and joy okay. Fan club members as conclude this episode. My one question to you is. How will you sleep tonight. Thank you for listening. If you enjoyed the sewed. Please leave a positive review rating on apple podcasts. Or your podcast player of choice. It really does help. You can find us on social media channels twitter at tfc pod facebook dot com slash t cfc. Podcast instagram at true crime. Van pla pod and of course our website is true. Crime fan dot com. If you have an episode request send us an email..

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"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

07:10 min | 11 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Chad described. What he was wearing work clothes with his work taste on him and a work knife. He called erica. Who came back to pick him up. Chad then put ashley's body in the back seat of her car. She had a zip tie around her neck. The prosecutor asked chad how he managed to get her in the back. Seat of the car and chad said since she was hefty and strong. It was difficult getting her in the car. He said he just had to get her in the car and leave after he got her in the car he left and drove about a half hour to abridge where he and ashley used to hang out. Erica was following him in the lincoln. The bridge was not far from his parents. Property asked if he had sentimental reason for driving to the bridge. Chad said it was very difficult to explain that it had been a very difficult night. Erica state at the bridge. While chandra of ashley's car into a cornfield. He drove it as far as he could before he would have driven into chippewa creek or the treeline. Chad made an odd comment about driving to the bridge. Because he saw erika's headlights and he just had to get away from her and wanted to get somewhere safe. He explained he didn't drive the car into the cornfield to keep it from being found. He drove it there to stay away from erica for awhile. Once he parked the car. Chad gone out and started walking. He said he could see the headlights of the lincoln and having nowhere else to go walk to their car once he got in the lincoln they drove back to their home on mountain road. Chad had blood on him so he undressed in the backyard by the lincoln then went inside to take a shower when he got out of the shower he erica and their children age two months two and a half years and two children aged six wind back to akron to clean up the scene of the crime. Chad said they were also going to go back for ashley's phone. They had cleaning supplies in the lincoln. Put there by erica. And chad chads truck was still at his mother's place of employment when they got to the scene of the crime law enforcement were already there so the drove to his grandparents residents instead. Erica and chad sat in the vehicle for about half an hour. Then saw another police car drive past so they drove behind his grandparents barn. Eventually chad got out of the car and walked into the treeline before he entered the tree line he removed the stick figure family decals. That was on the back of the lincoln. He said he remembered thinking. My family is broken so he took off the decals and stuck them on offense post. The prosecutor asked him about taking the plea bargain and if there were any promises made to him assigned from removing the death penalty. Stipulation chad said that if he took a plea he wouldn't lose his kids. The prosecutor said that wasn't part of our agreement though right to which chat agreed. He asked chad to explain what pleading guilty had to do with his children. Chat explained that. Beth judge his family court attorney contacted him while he was in jail and stated if he did not resolve the criminal case against him within one year of the murder he would lose his children. She explained he would not lose his children to his parents but that the children would become wards of the state and put up for adoption. Chad agreed that the state of ohio investigators were interested in because involvement in the murder. But he did not cooperate mainly because he did not want his children to be orphaned if they were both in prison and for them to be adopted by others. The prosecutor asked chad if he knew what would have happened to erica. If you had cooperated with the state the defense objected to this question and the judge sustained it however the prosecutor asked if he could approach the bench and when he went back to the podium. He asked mr cobb. What do you think would have happened if you had cooperated with the state chad replied. He had no idea because he still could not understand how they had both been taken to jail after. Ashley's murderer but erica. Walked out of there the same day the prosecutor asked about phone calls that had been made while they were sitting in the lincoln behind his grandparents. Barn chad said his friend and employee. Mike stefan co had been called because aircon needed her medication. They could not reach. Initially so chad called his parents to go and get make this question. Let into the relationship between erica. And mike which apparently began after chad was arrested and before he took the plea bargain. He said she was pregnant when he took the plea and so he became aware of the relationship between the two of them after that he pressed for divorce which was finalized in late. Two thousand thirteen or early two thousand fourteen after the divorce. Detective hitchings lead investigator in the case. Visited chattan prison to ask about america's involvement in the murder. At that time. Chad told the detective. He was not trying to be rude but before he cooperated. He should probably talk to an attorney. Detective laughed and it was quite some time before the two spoke again in two thousand seventeen. Chad wrote detective hitchings letter because erica was not allowing chats parents to see their two children any longer. Chad's parents would bring them to the prison to see him whenever they had them. But erica eventually stopped letting the rampage and see them. This was around the same time. That cindy recorded the conversation between her and erica during the divorce proceedings chattan erica had several phone conversations regarding the marital assets particularly chad's tools which he wanted to go to his dad however mike kept the tools the state asked if he used this as leverage against erica. By saying if you don't give my dad these tools. I'm going to tell the steed about your involvement. Chad said he did not that. As leverage john testified that erica expressed concern several times about chad. Turning her in he would urge her to do the right thing but she would give him blowback when asked why he wanted her to turn herself in. He said because. I think it's the right thing to do after a few more questions. Concerning the residents china's erica once shared that she now shares with mike stefan co the prosecutor rusted for the day and the judge warned chad not to discuss his testimony with anyone chance. Cross examination by the defense was conducted on day. Three of the trial due to the limitations placed by the ohio department of rehabilitation and corrections. The defense attorney began by asking chat about the custody battle between himself. And ashley he asked. If ashley left chad and g c two years after she was born chad corrected. The attorney and said that ashley had actually left them the first time when jesse was about six months old.

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"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Today's.

"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"They would both be in prison right now. Erica admitted descended. That chad had developed a plan and she agreed to it. Allegedly chad said he was going to keep ashley skull as a trophy. Erica said it took the two of them to carry it out and that chad didn't force her. She said he didn't have a gun to my head. Erica also said. Do i feel bad about what happened to her not really. Do i feel bad about what happened to everyone else. Absolutely take it back if i could. Cindy blamed the court system for granting temporary custody to ashley they agreed that the real tipping point for chad about where the long ongoing hearings erica's chad was concerned knowing what she would become if they had her. Erica claim. that jesse was picking up ashley. Shit as in her mannerisms and behaviors. When ashley came into see it all fell apart on the recording. Erica said. Chad was doing what i asked him to do on day. To chad testified from the ohio department of rehabilitation and correction he appeared in court via zoom. Along with his attorney. Who was in a separate location chat. Cobb was ordered on july thirty first. Two thousand twenty to give testimony. The judge reminded chad and his attorney. The juvenile in the case had to be referred to by their initials. Erica's attorney kerry o'brien objected for the record. Due to the fact that chad was not physically present in the courtroom chat. Cobb was born on january. Twenty eighth nineteen ninety-two in oklahoma. He lived in enid oklahoma for the first nine or ten years of his life then his family moved to eastern ohio at his parents lived in the country outside of eastern and he was an only child. Chad graduated from oils town. High school and enlisted in the marines. After graduating chad left the military after six months stating it wasn't for me he became a laborer and a mechanic and in two thousand four began working for a telecommunications company by answering an ad in a newspaper this turned out to be fortuitous because he learned a trade at his new job and eventually opened his own cable company at one time he had twelve or thirteen employees working for him. He specialized in telecommunication maintenance and construction his childhood neighbor and lifelong friend. Mike stefan co worked for him for quite a while. He was around twenty one years old when he first met ashley and after she left him in c in two thousand five he remained single for a little while and two thousand six. He met eric hawaii on my space and a relationship quickly began. They began living together fairly quickly at a time when he was subcontracting. For time warner erica had a college degree but chad was not sure what it was. When he met erica she had a son who was roughly. Gc's age the couple also had their own children a daughter fc in two thousand nine before they married then a son. Casey after they married chad testified he believed they were married in two thousand ten but he could not really recall when they were married. Erica stepped in as a mother to g. C although the prosecutor and chat both alluded to this being less than ideal or rosy situation. Chad testified that on june twentieth. Two thousand and two. He was setting up for a job early. That evening he was at home with erica. And the kids. And then erica and the two male children left. Shortly after erica left she called the house and then chad left with their daughters. He was driving his work. Pickup and erica was in their black lincoln navigator. Chad drove dimicco a trucking company where his father worked the company was closed for the night and no one was there. S chat pulled into the parking lot. Erica pulled in a short while later and chat and children got into the lincoln. Erica drove to akron past. Ashley's place of employment a domino's pizza at portage lakes plaza as she drove past. Erica pointed out ashley's vehicle before continuing onto state route. Six one nine as she drove past. Erica pointed out at least vehicle before continuing onto state route six nineteen. Erica pulled into an unfamiliar parking. That was about a mile from chance. Grandparent's house his grandparents lived on rex. Lake road erica. Pulled to the back of the lot and chat gone out of the navigator. He attempted to tell the court that eric was venting but the defense attorney objected and the just stained as this was protected under marital privilege chad. Walk to a tree at the east side of the lot and just paste. Erica eventually joined him and they had a conversation. Then erica went back to the lincoln and made a phone call. Chad could only hear bits and pieces of the call. He heard her say someone else's name like jennifer or katie and ordered a pizza. He testified that this struck him is bizarre because she ordered a half pepperoni half mushroom pizza. The prosecutor asked chad if he handed erica phone and chance said he didn't know what phone she was using because they had several at their house for their employees to use the prosecutors specified emphasizing. hand her a phone. Chad finally said no. After erica ordered the pizza she drove off leaving chad in the parking lot alone and without a ride a short while later ashley showed up with the pizza. She was driving her car. Without domino's markings the prosecutor asked chad. So you were waiting for ashley. Chat replied sir. I wasn't necessarily waiting for ashley. I was stuck there. The prosecutor wanted to know. If chad had engaged ashley at some point in time or place in that parking lot and where she had parked the prosecutor wanted to know. If chad had engaged ashley at some point in time or place in that parking lot and where she had parked she had initially parked close to where had been parked. Chad had been on the other side of the parking lot but when he saw her lynn and turnaround he walked towards the car and made himself known. Chad was asked how ashley reacted to him when she saw him. Chad said she was worked up and she wasn't too happy to see him there. In response to a question the prosecutor asked chad said he had no intention of buying a pizza. That night until erica had offered it and had no idea was even being ordered the prosecutor then asked. Is it fair to say that ashley did not leave that parking lot alive that night chad replied yes sir. That is accurate..

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"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"ashley c" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Until he went into pitchy up from school and a police officer gave chad the paperwork. That stated that he was not allowed to see g see the next day. Chad began fighting for custody of his daughter after being her sole caregiver for several years and seeing her daily he was unable to see her for three or four months. He ran into ashley at the courthouse and shook her hand welcoming her back and inviting her to dinner. By this time. Chad had remarried and he was interested in co-parenting maturely with ashley and her partner brittany denson while the court hearings dragged on china claim g. C would arrive home with bruises. Bite marks and temporary tattoos on her private areas. Juicy said britney's brother would grab her legs in scream at her to be quiet chad and his attorneys brought this to the attention of the family courts but nothing was investigated or done. This was the state of the relationship. Between chad and ashley and june. Two thousand twelve a few hours. After ashley's body was found. Police began searching for chad cobb. He was found a short while later in the woods surrounding his grandparents house. He was taken into custody and charged with aggravated murder and kidnapping chad was held in the summit county. Jail on a one point five million dollar bond at the time of his arrest new franklin police chief dan davidson said others might be charged in connection with the slaying on july ninth. Two thousand twelve. Chad was indicted for aggravated murder and kidnapping on aug fifteenth. Two thousand twelve the grand jury filed a supplemental indictment charging chad cobb with three counts of aggravated murder each with two capital specifications and one count each kidnapping aggravated robbery. Felonious assault tampering with evidence. Grand theft abuse of a corpse possessing criminal tools and domestic violence at this time attorney withdrew from the case and a new attorney was appointed and february. Two thousand thirteen chat took a plea bargain for the charges agreeing to a life sentence in prison with the possibility of parole chad told the court he was making his plea and accepting the prison term with accountability and heavy heart at the time of his sentencing new. Franklin police continue to investigate anyone who assisted him before or after the murder. And two thousand. Fourteen chad filed an appeal of his sentence with the state of ohio. He claimed the state could not convict him in summit county because they had not proven. The murder had occurred there. He also claimed he had ineffective counsel since its first attorney withdrew. After the second grand jury indictments he. Further contended his ineffective counsel because his attorney did not show up at a hearing. The court denied the appeal and upheld. A sentence chad was seemingly set to become another guilty person who fades away into prison life however on november eleventh. Two thousand nineteen chad's wave. Erica's too faint. Echo was arrested during a traffic stop at eastern road and state route. Five eighty five wayne county. She was charged with murder murder and kidnapping. And the case of ashley bigs. She was held in some county jail on a million dollar bond. Even after chad had been arrested and sentence the night of ashley's death had been shrouded in mystery. The biggest mystery was who placed the pizza order. That night this was cleared up during erica's trial. The morning chad was arrested. Erica chad's wife. At the time had been in the couple's which was hidden behind the detached garage on his grandparents. Property the couple's children including chad's daughter. With ashley were also in the vehicle during erica's trial held in november. Two thousand twenty. Chad cop testified from the ohio department of rehabilitation and correction judge. Amy corrigo jones ran a tight. Courtroom particularly due to the covid nineteen pandemic jurors were spaced out and the prosecuting and defense attorneys were confined to a podium or their desks. After each witness testified or after each attorney finished at the podium judge jones had our court superintendent disarray sanitize the area additionally during all recesses the judge desharnais both worked on sanitizing the courtroom and concluding the jurors seats and areas incidentally judge jones had sentenced chad in two thousand twelve brian to the trial judge jones ruled that chad's minor daughter. Dc could testify against her former stepmother. Initially juicy requested that her testimony be done remotely but in the end. C testified in the courtroom. Erica's attorney argued juicy. Should not be allowed to testify. Due to her young age at the time of the murder but assistant prosecutor felicia. Easter said it was based on the age at the time of testimony. Not the crime. An attorney was assigned to chad to advise him of his rights testifying against his wife. The attorney was set up to ensure chad to not incriminate himself and not violate spousal privilege regarding his testimony where erica was concerned. Judge jones ruled that phone calls. Made while chad was in jail and prison would be admissible due to the fact that all parties on the phone are advised. The call could corded the recording acts as a third party. Judge jones further ruled that conversations between chattan erica in person with no other witnesses were protected. Under spousal privilege britney dunston girlfriend at the time of the murder was one of the first witnesses called to the stand. She testified that she and ashley were planning on being buried. And that chad had once beaten ashley resulting in charge of domestic battery or abuse. She recounted taking gce out of school on october fifth. Two thousand eleven and said jesse was happy to see her mom. Britney alleged chad was abusive towards g. See britney said erica. Had e mailed ashley before threatening her and had once followed them after they picked cheesy up from school. This chase allegedly occurred. The first time juicy was picked up from school brittany remembered one of the threats specifically that erica said she would rip off ashley's head and shoved up her but brittany recounted happy memories with nbc such as writing scooters drawing with chalk and going to the park cindy cobb chad's mother testified against erica. She had an audio recording of a conversation between herself. And erica made approximately four years before erica had come to cindy's house and cindy decided to try to get as much on tape as possible. The audio is very difficult. Understand but some parts do stand out. Erica admitted to cindy that. She took out her frustration. At chad on g see she also said the custody battle was difficult particularly the no contact order. That had been in place. Initially eric told you see. Don't love your dad so much about the murder. Eric said to cindy that if everything had been told as it happened.

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"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"If you have worden our point, you could do this. It's it's a matter of learning how to do it, but you can actually publish in electronic workbook and then when somebody buys it kindle Princeton off for you in since it out to the customer. Yeah. Let me let me grab one. Oh sorry. Oh, they can't see it but I actually it's just like a like this. Guys are actually watching. It's an actual hard back You know what they call perfect bound books. So it's like a paperback. Paper back novel and they have eight by ten eight and a half by eleven six by nine, all the various sizes. Listening to the podcast and you want to see. US NC would actually hold up. you can actually watch the podcast on on the Youtube Channel and recording all the video to. Check us out on Youtube veteran YouTube channel because I've only been doing that for probably last five or six episodes of exhibition recording video. So a lot of folks listen to podcasts may not realize run. Youtube. So. So that's really cool. Also, the your actual cost like what is it cost you like that that book you just have the workbook you just held up to get it to to get it to where you've got one. So you know what it looks like in person what's the total cost up to that point? There's a few ways to do it. You can order author copies author copies are about to fifteen and then plus shipping it could be like two three. How many pages to fifteen is the minimum cost and few have like over so many pages, it's like five cents a page. So mine usually since I run from about one hundred to one, hundred, twenty pages this my typical workbook size it it's about two, thirty, five plus shipping. Because I'M I. It gets dollars and thirty five cents. Blush it. Yet. But because I'm kind of in a hurry, a lot of times I use Amazon prime and so I'll just set my cost at like five dollars, six dollars or something like that purchase sit myself off of Amazon get into days, and then I'll put the price up a few dollars. So I. Sell my products for six, ninety, nine to nine to ninety nine, and I have one that's at twenty and that one's obviously a big profit margin, but it's got a very low. Amount of people purchase it, but it's a consistent seller. Okay. So. I've had a lot of authors on the show over the years and. I don't we don't typically. There's a lot of I get. Requests from. Publishing companies to Interview, this author there's or whatever and they're they're all military or military spouse type folks a lot of their books and stuff have to do with military stuff but we mostly talk about the entrepreneurial aspects of reading a book one like how do you actually have the discipline to Sudan right like a full book? Full full you know novelty. Though is like. Thousand Word Novels. Dish into the discipline of just sitting down and cranking out a whole book. I mean Holy Cow a big project for most people that have never done that. What other entrepreneurial aspects are involved in writing something like this whether it be a workbook or full novel where I'm getting at is how much time do you spend in marketing in social media and you mentioned pinterest like how much of what? How much of your income depends on? The book itself verses all the promotion and everything that surrounds. Because I do a lot of research before. I create something I read it for a specific audience. I tend to get mostly organic traffic I. Probably I do what they call Ams Amazon. Marketing. Services ads I think.

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"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Course kind of system and so I've got to books are I've got one course it's like a boot camp publishing. So it's like how to publish in the from beginning to end because we were talking about paying for information. I've spent the past five years learning how to do this and it's it's it is an easy process but like getting all that together is a lot and so it took me you know a good three four years before it clicked before I started going from you know just making it a few hundred a month to this this Christmas. December is always a great month for books. December months for any business, well, at least both product type businesses. I'm going for sixteen eighteen, thousand in one month profit. So it's not like. Yeah. So it can people are like Oh yeah. You just publishing make some money I'm like, no, you can take serious money it is not. John James. You can I mean you can't make chump change, right? But like my goal is sixteen to eighteen thousand in one month and it is completely doable because I've. Done. This for the past years I know where I'm going, you know cheer gets bigger and better. And so I've been trying to really help other people see that yeah, it's it's passive income, but it's more like frontloaded and come right you create you research create books you do the work could it in and then you see the results and so I really want to help people take all the knowledge I've gained over the five years of how to do this and you know distill it down into a few course load modules that you can kind of go through and see Oh, I can do this I create my own publishing empire I could go from zero to you know whatever you want as long as you're willing to be consistent and put in the work. Wow that's. Fascinating. So okay. So I got this. Question Do. You find like in your own you've published two thousand things. All sorts of different stuff all across the stuff coloring books like you do coloring books. Anyway. So. Okay. So do do you find that one particular thing like if somebody who really wants to get into publishing or whatever, but they is it? Is like the way to go right the big thick novel or little couch books or coloring books. I is there one specific thing that kind of jumps out where it's really getting traction. So the thing that actually works the best for me is my family is into camping and traveling and kind of because you know you move a lot with the military. So you see a lot and you you kind of have different experiences or at least I try and force kids to do things they may not do we lived in Mississippi. So I forced them to go shrimp boating. So we like caught..

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"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"And like I, published it and then like nothing happened for like three weeks and then I laugh to myself I was so terrified there was a mistake or something at like it's not like it flew off the shelves and millions of people were writing me horrible emails I, had to learn how to market it to do something a little bit more than just hit publish hope it sold a billion copies that's kind of actually unrealistic to think that's going to happen. It it. It could. But it doesn't happen all that often and I realized I I shouldn't have had that fear my first book actually was Service Academy. So one of my jobs at the Air Force was I worked in admissions at the Air Force Academy, and so I I read so many bad essays that I decided I can teach kids how to write a essay like that I can do so i. my first book was you know Hannah Interview for service academies and that's kind of the the first one I sold and it just started selling consistently once it sold and you know if I got comments I would make changes if I've missed something. But it was yeah, it's a little bit of a daunting process, which is one of the reasons I started published with Ashley because you're like, oh, I can't do that I'm so scared I'm so terrified it's not that scary I have two thousand books published Dow two. Thousand. All Two thousand that you've created I have I have. Two Thousand Bucks? Now. So, like twenty five or novels summer kids, stories, I've coloring books, I have planners, I have journals, notebooks, I'll do a lot of work books. I love researching a topic finding the best way to help people gain information out of it, and then you know they can ride it an actual book whether it's target audiences. I social media planners is done. This was fun. I did research for paranormal investigators and created a paranormal investigation book for people who do that I mean it's not my thing, but it was so fascinating to learn about what they needed, what they wanted and how to make something that was useful for them. Kidding. So you're almost like the like I don't know if do does the air force use the term gouge? Pilot thing but I think throughout the military's like I get the couch on how to do this and so like your first book. How to how to get into the service academies just, Gouge Book On. Even it might have been focused on the Sau included a lot of other things in there, and this is awesome. I mean many years ago I interviewed a- military guy who he has he has a website and everything is back to get into medical school. Good Gouge from people that are out there ahead of you that have already done it, they give the announce on everything. Yeah and that's kind of what I like to do. I like to get gather bunches of information and put them together in useful ways for people and people will pay for that. Just think about I. Mean You've bought something to make your life easier or faster, and I, really think of it as a great service because it I know I purchase those things all sort of time and I am so grateful someone put the time into making. And I I love doing it so. You know..

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"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ashley c" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"We're here talking with Ashley Schmidt from published with Ashley Air Force Veterans. So actually you you just really cool things in the world of publishing because some phenomenal amount of of books and other media that you've published in in recent times. So really looking forward to hearing about debt before that takes back, does we should in the air force. All right. So what I didn't Air Force I'm a little bit. I'm a you Safa Grad. So as my husband two thousand and my husband's Zany nine Falcon. Love. Soon, after I graduated, we got married. I. Did pilot training. I had some medical issues. So I fell back on my engineering degree which turned out to be awesome. I'm an awesome engineer. So actually, I just really enjoyed being an engineer. And a niche where I was able to what? I call engineer translator. So I ended up working with nuclear cruise missiles the space program I built the new rock that they had for although launch programs at Vandenberg Air, Force Base Patrick air, force base and Kinda. My niche was to be able to translate engineer contracting because like they just don't speak the same language. And so. I was able to do that really well, and I really enjoyed it. It's a lot of fine I found myself. In. AFL Air Force. Research Laboratories Doing what I'd like to call lots of cool geeky things and that are cutting edge that are out there and I I love it. I had I had a really great time doing that I'm still actually an Air Force reservist my husband and I I had to get out my husband still active duty because they were has the. Are forced does send you different places at a certain point in your career, and we have four girls and I just wasn't GonNa work from it all. So I'm a military spouse too now and we move every year or two, and so I needed a job but I didn't really want a job 'cause I, move all the time. So that's why I started published with Ashley. So as you were getting towards where you come this realization yu-gi-oh force and you realize. I gotta figure something out of a need portability my husband in the Air Force to shift for you become fulltime mom. Transition to the military spouse roll. which you know sometimes isn't always easy if you've been in the military yourself. So the unsung heroes of this world, I'm telling Ya. So appreciate appreciate what you do and. You just some phenomenal things. So how was it? I mean you're looking at this entrepreneur thing how was it that like what are some of the first things you started looking into or discover along the way before you settled on publishing?.

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