35 Burst results for "Bakersfield"

A Big Courtroom Win for a Christian Baker in California

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

A Big Courtroom Win for a Christian Baker in California

"I'd like to talk about the Christian baker, who refused to bake a cake. Because of a demand that it be okay celebrating a gay wedding. But it's not the bake or you're thinking about. You're thinking about the baker in Colorado. What was his name, honey Jack? Phillips, Jacques Phillips is his name, but I'm actually talking about a similar case in California, involving a woman, her name is Kathy Miller. And she runs a bakery called taste, pastries bakery in Bakersfield, California. Now, she had been approached to design a custom cake for a wedding ceremony, and this is actually Kathy Miller in 2017, quote here at taste trees we love everyone. My husband and I Christians, we know God created everyone. He created everyone equal, so it's not like we don't like people of certain groups. There's just certain things that violate my conscience. So by the way, her position very similar to the position of Jack Phillips in Colorado, but Kathy Miller gets sued by California's department of fair housing and employment. This was under something called the unruh Civil Rights Act of 1959, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race ethnicity or religion. A pause for a moment because here you have a civil rights law, which is basically supposed to protect people from being discriminated against on the basis of race or ethnicity or you guessed it religion. And what's going on here, Kathy Miller is being discriminated against or being targeted or in this case being it is being demanded of her that she go against her own religious beliefs and her own conscience and say something that she really doesn't want to say.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"The lowdown on how she successfully pivoted into product, and sharing the things she wished she knew before starting her own journey. Okay, awesome. Let's get it started then. I'm so excited to be here. This is actually a very much a full circle event for me. I used to be the one who was really at just curious about what it takes to get into product, pivot into product, and we're going to explain what I wish I knew when I was pivoting. So we're going to get into just a little bit of background by myself, and then I have all these tips and tricks very honest lessons that I've learned when I was going through my product pivot that I just want others to be aware of. When they're going through that similar pivot. So for me, specifically, I studied chemical engineering. I studied something that I actually didn't do very much research into. When I chose my major and I actually didn't really understand when I was studying what were the career opportunities that my major was. And so for those who may not have been able to see it, I'm ashima, and I'm now the CEO and cofounder of dreamy, which is all about making mentorship accessible, but my past life wasn't it was in oil and gas. I was working at the refinery. I was working at the oil fields, if anyone is familiar with Bakersfield, California, shout out to Bakersfield because that's where I spent three years of my career in when I first graduated from college. And it was a very eye opening experience, right? At that time, I wasn't very clear on what my goals were in my career. I really chose what was kind of suggested to me or recommended to me or what everybody else really did when they graduated from school. And that was a fuel that a lot of people tended to go into after graduation.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

"That he supports Trump for three reasons One I trust him completely when he says something take it to the bank Two every decision he made wasn't to help him personally was to help the country And three he cares about the people of this country who said that The banana splits No former football Notre-Dame football coach Lou holtz Who was that Rally Yes right because when has Donald Trump ever lied When he says something We've done something for someone else What has he ever done anything to help himself personally was all for you Solve for you Damien I mean I mean America It's all for you America Okay You know just for giggles I think I'm gonna try to find that picture of the book signing line though Lou holtz was sitting right next to me the Bakersfield business conference And he had a line I thought it was like to out to Fresno And back right And my line had let me think about it for a second Nobody was 'cause you're a liberal in Bakersfield I was they gave me a book signing table for sexy liberal of me I sang There was nobody There's literally not one person asked me to sign it You made that choice when I was not here I wasn't here either We invited me to school Oh my God I lost 45 pounds just that speech I was sweating That was a previous producer that downloaded it into her non makers field Worse than president That was about yeah Bakersfield is worse than Fresno stuff And trust me frozen people know that and they're very proud of that I never spoke to a group that hated me that much I could feel it Like have you ever felt the hate Just like searing a the only time they left is when I made fun of myself and then they were like that was like we hope it kills you I'm trying to think of nice areas of Bakersfield I can't think of any I find that picture It's pretty funny There aren't There's no Walmart on Panama but that's about it The new Walmart There you go My family went to know her name That guy's a crazy mother I'm just gonna say Okay What 46 minutes after the hour of this portion of the Stephanie Miller show brought to you by Jamie and Steve I know Listen I did a health reset during COVID I supplement so so do my doggies right You've got to make sure they get everything they need I worry about their immune system Their gut health right Yes Stevie hasn't been known to have a rumble tumble As they call it that's a medical phrase Your dog can use some extra supplementing on their food I just sprinkle either dynamite or the dynamite meal booster on top of their food The meal booster is freeze dried meat meal It's bloated.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Judy want to get away from Bakersfield to see the world Honey we've had to sit through a stem of love criticism this past week We should take a vacation I swear I come in I'm the bad velocity noon There's no doubt what I said about the Benghazi committee is preventing me from becoming speaker and bolding those harm would do Yes your politically strategy has had a horrific consequences Time to go to bad velocity There you can find deals to hungrier rush on or even sylvania Oh this is wonderful honey How about a trip to Barcelona stand Oh that's great I hope we get to fly on band on American See your own world with bad velocity Smell the coffee Hooray Oh I'm sorry The party is sniveling cowards I forgot to mention Kevin McCarthy who was also a sniveling couch Yes Exactly All right 20 minutes after the hour this portion of the Stephanie Miller showed rocky by dino 5 rights TV Look at he is certainly healthy and able to make everything He need to put some dynamite on my keys because he's about ready to eat them This is why he's such a happy healthy puppy Dynamite I put it on there It's a supplement which I'm telling you Your dogs are shedding licking itching may or may not be related to allergies Dynamite is a whole food supplement that helps support digestion No more rumbly tumble right Steve That's what he's trying to tell you Chris He's shopping his face directly into your beard I Okay That's enough All right Healthy skin and coat Look how sparkly he wants you to look at his coat And boost.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"So what's the message? One of the things that I'm very concerned about in Georgia is a really up in the air kind of site. It's not going to be with the congressionals, the have been redrawn. I think they're good maps. I think we'll actually pick up a seed in Georgia. Going forward, and I think most of your income will probably do fine because it's just not going to be right. But across the country, as we look at this, one of the things I'm concerned about is that Republicans in certain areas will be ours and say, I'm gonna get a lead, 'cause I'm not a D and I'm not Joe Biden. Kevin, you and I have had many conversations. We've traveled the country together. I've been in leadership meetings with you. And one of the things I know about you is you like to sit, you like to plan, you know, you gave books to his friends. What is your vision in this election cycle coming up so that Republicans are not just simply saying I'm not Joe Biden? And I'll get Joe Biden when I get in. I think we gotta be better than that. And we've got to be done. How do we do it? We got to let people know what we are for. And the one thing all the members in conference are working on this. And then there's a lot of different people out there. Like a Jim banks you should watch. He's a rising star as well. You all know at least stefanik. She's very impressive. Gary Palmer. But the thing I would tell you, we're all in task forces. I think elections are best when they have contrast. You know what the Democrats have done, what will Republicans do? On the very first day, we'll eliminate proxy voting. So people have to say, bills have to go through committee. We'll secure the border, take away these executive orders of the moving through. We'll stop the runaway spending. We'll focus on American energy, make us energy independent on the past, we are going. So it'll lower your gasoline price. We won't be beholden to the OPEC. We're going to make sure that the elections are secure in the process of where you go. Not defunding the police, but actually providing them greater resources. So America becomes safe and secure on all neighborhoods. We're going to make sure parents have a say in the kids education. We've already introduced a parent's Bill of rights. This is just to start at the very beginning and what we're doing is having all the members work together. The last thing you want to do is get elected and try to figure out what you're going to do. No, let's tell the American public. This is what we will do, hold our feet to the fire. And let them make a decision. And when they make a decision with the ballot box, it also empowers you to do it more. And the one thing members have to understand too, collectively, we are stronger together. And as you know many times, people could become famous by just being against everything. But you don't make the country better. You might raise a little money online. But what you really want to do is achieve the ultimate goal. Make this next century the American century. And I think that's where Republicans are going to have to realize that there is stardom and that is attached to work is actually going to be the thing that's actually out there. One of the things that in the collections were sort of finishing up here, form president Trump still very popular. I know you stay in contact with him. I stay in contact with him. He's very active. He wants to be active. Where do you see his role in the cycle, the cycle coming up? Because that's the first and foremost not 24, but 22, where we've got to take these seats back. Otherwise, Biden didn't get a carte blanche for two more years. How is that? How do you say that affecting and working right now? Well, we can not let Biden just get away. We've got another year, ten months ago. Before the election, but there'll be an office for a year. We've got to stop everything we possibly can. We need to unite now and one thing we're finding independents are joining with us. You know, I'm very proud of the fact that the recent poll shows for the first time I've ever known in the history that I've studied it, Hispanic voters break even between Republicans and Democrats. It's somebody I missed out at Tony Gonzalez. I don't know if you know Tony. Oh boy, what a rockstar he is. And he represents 42% of the entire border of America. And he served in the navy. He just so impressive what he's doing down there. And then we got these candidates. Monica de la Cruz, she's going to be the first Latina Republican elected in Texas. You look at like Wesley hunt who went to West Point flew apaches for 8 years. He's running down in Texas as well. We just have a group of people who are coming who understand their why, understand the constitution and understand what it means to work together to achieve this for the betterment of others. And that's putting everybody together because at the end of the day, it's about getting things done. It's more than just being in Congress. Kevin, you also, you've been a lot motivational stuff. You're philosophical and a lot of ways. Congress is hard work. Your wife is a saint for putting up a lot of mind for putting up with both of us in your kids growing up. And now that you're in that other stage in life, you're also sort of looking back. What is that, you know, because we talk about Pelosi and whether we disagree greatly without what she believes that legacy is. As you grow and continue in your leadership and looking forward to this next election cycle and growing farther, we're on a you and I are having a cup of coffee out in Bakersfield ten years from now. What do you want it to be said about Kevin McCarthy? The thing I wanted to be said is that he made sure when he watched the country changing that he stood in the path and he moved it the other direction. I really believe this is a turning point. Look, as you and I both know, we can all go do something else. And in this job is a privilege to serve. It is an honor and a privilege. But at the time of what we're serving, I think is a great importance. That I spent as much effort as I could that we were able to win the course. We were honest about our debates. And then America is a better place because of what we stood for. Folks can't think of a better way to end this. Kevin is a friend. He's been one that I've been with many times and we've discussed this country. You tell a lot about people when the cameras are off and it's just out there doing the work. Kevin is doing the work. It's good to have him on the podcast 'cause I wanted him to share that vision of what's going on in D.C. right now. D.C.'s crazy, but Republicans can't just depend on the fact that everybody assumes that. They got to have policies. They got to have what we're going to run on. Kevin, thanks for being a part of the podcast today. We look forward to hearing more from you as this election cycle goes, but I wanted to have you own now so that you could give a good vision of what you believe we can do in the next little bit. Well, thank you, Doug. I miss you and look forward to seeing you in the future. Look forward to it. Folks, I don't know about you, but I enjoy a good night's sleep. And there's times I don't get it, but typically when I do have that chance, I'm back at home. I'm not traveling. The one thing that I miss when I'm on the road is a good pillow. And I'm gonna tell you right now, the folks at my pillow are the folks who have designed a pill that actually fits my knees. I love to put a pill where I want to sleep, get it under my head, get it perfect and it stays there. And mount pillow folks, you can't get it. Right now, they're offering some of the lowest process ever. And if you use code word Collins, promo code Collins, INS. 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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"But across the country, as we look at this, one of the things I'm concerned about is that Republicans in certain areas will be ours and say, I'm gonna get a lead, 'cause I'm not a D and I'm not Joe Biden. Kevin, you and I have had many conversations. We've traveled the country together. I've been in leadership meetings with you. And one of the things I know about you is you like to sit, you like to plan, you know, you gave books to his friends. What is your vision in this election cycle coming up so that Republicans are not just simply saying I'm not Joe Biden? And I'll get Joe Biden when I get in. I think we gotta be better than that. And we've got to be done. How do we do it? We got to let people know what we are for. And the one thing all the members in conference are working on this. And then there's a lot of different people out there. Like a Jim banks you should watch. He's a rising star as well. You all know at least stefanik. She's very impressive. Gary Palmer. But the thing I would tell you, we're all in task forces. I think elections are best when they have contrast. You know what the Democrats have done, what will Republicans do? On the very first day, we'll eliminate proxy voting. So people have to say, bills have to go through committee. We'll secure the border, take away these executive orders of the moving through. We'll stop the runaway spending. We'll focus on American energy, make us energy independent on the past, we are going. So it'll lower your gasoline price. We won't be beholden to the OPEC. We're going to make sure that the elections are secure in the process of where you go. Not defunding the police, but actually providing them greater resources. So America becomes safe and secure on all neighborhoods. We're going to make sure parents have a say in the kids education. We've already introduced a parent's Bill of rights. This is just to start at the very beginning and what we're doing is having all the members work together. The last thing you want to do is get elected and try to figure out what you're going to do. No, let's tell the American public. This is what we will do, hold our feet to the fire. And let them make a

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Kevin McCarthy Has a Clear Vision for Republicans' Messaging in 2022 and Beyond

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Kevin McCarthy Has a Clear Vision for Republicans' Messaging in 2022 and Beyond

"But across the country, as we look at this, one of the things I'm concerned about is that Republicans in certain areas will be ours and say, I'm gonna get a lead, 'cause I'm not a D and I'm not Joe Biden. Kevin, you and I have had many conversations. We've traveled the country together. I've been in leadership meetings with you. And one of the things I know about you is you like to sit, you like to plan, you know, you gave books to his friends. What is your vision in this election cycle coming up so that Republicans are not just simply saying I'm not Joe Biden? And I'll get Joe Biden when I get in. I think we gotta be better than that. And we've got to be done. How do we do it? We got to let people know what we are for. And the one thing all the members in conference are working on this. And then there's a lot of different people out there. Like a Jim banks you should watch. He's a rising star as well. You all know at least stefanik. She's very impressive. Gary Palmer. But the thing I would tell you, we're all in task forces. I think elections are best when they have contrast. You know what the Democrats have done, what will Republicans do? On the very first day, we'll eliminate proxy voting. So people have to say, bills have to go through committee. We'll secure the border, take away these executive orders of the moving through. We'll stop the runaway spending. We'll focus on American energy, make us energy independent on the past, we are going. So it'll lower your gasoline price. We won't be beholden to the OPEC. We're going to make sure that the elections are secure in the process of where you go. Not defunding the police, but actually providing them greater resources. So America becomes safe and secure on all neighborhoods. We're going to make sure parents have a say in the kids education. We've already introduced a parent's Bill of rights. This is just to start at the very beginning and what we're doing is having all the members work together. The last thing you want to do is get elected and try to figure out what you're going to do. No, let's tell the American public. This is what we will do, hold our feet to the fire. And let them make a

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"It's pretty amazing. One of the things that I think should be very much pointed out, Democrats always portray themselves to be the party of the working class, the people. You know, we hear this all the time, which is much crap. Okay, when we actually look at their policies, it realize in you're from California and looking at it's amazing to me that the DA in San Francisco, the DA and LA who still not really said anything. But the mayor in San Francisco, it took the Louis Vuitton store, the Nordstrom store, the high end retail stores getting hit before they did anything because Walgreens CVS and everybody else was having to close, but yet it took the high end for them to do anything. Yeah. Not even have to close. You couldn't do business because people just came and robbed everything. Why? Because you had no bail, you let people out or evolving door. You wouldn't prosecute if it's under a $1000. They know it, so they go and just steal that amount. You watch it happening, but then you have the leaders of the Democratic Party saying, it won, it's not happening. We don't need the police. They want to defund it. They criminalize the police, where people who risk their lives are now retiring. I mean, they have created them this mess. Americans do not feel safe within their own neighborhoods. And that's going to present into a problem. Which rolls over to where I think for you and for the Republicans right now, you're being the leader, you know, getting the majority back next year, puts you in a different position, but others implication, but puts us in a chance to actually make these tough calls to roll some this back. Let's talk about it because the media bosses over it. But tell us some stories and because a lot of people are going to be listening to this and they want to say, number one, talk about some of the folks right now that are in Congress that you're seeing are making a difference. And then let's talk about the campaign trail. So right now, what we're seeing in the party right now in D.C., maybe some unnamed. I mean, there's a lot of folks that everybody sees. They're, you know, their picture. They say those are give me some that just off the radar. Kevin, you know, I got one that I think is just a rising favorite Kelly Armstrong out of North Dakota. Oh, I'm going to Kelly Armstrong. He's the lead that people should know who they are. This guy is not only just smart, his policy wise, and he's a fighter. You're going to hear more about him. But you know what's interesting in that last election, everybody said Republicans would lose seats in the House. Right. The interesting thought it was the first time since 1994, no Republican incumbent lost. The projection of losing 15 seats, they got the number right, the party wrong. We actually beat 15 Democrats. And every Democrat lost to a Republican woman or Republican minority. I don't know if you know who Burgess Owens is a little this guy is amazing. Former professional athlete, brilliant guy, Super Bowl champ. He cares about education. He's really doing a tremendous job. I don't know if he's no young Kim, Michelle still, Carlos Jimenez, Maria Salazar. You look at Stephanie bice at Oklahoma. Do you realize we elected more Republican women to Congress in the last election than in the history of Congress? Byron donalds, just an impressive pressing philosophical guy down in Florida. We look at Texas, Jake elsie. Who used to fly F 18s. And you know who his wingman was? A guy named Mike Garcia that won in California. I mean, just across the board that these people are just so impressive that are just coming through, that you've got to continue watch. I named a lot of freshmen because you usually don't always get to hear that. But you know, you brought up like Kelly Armstrong, but a breath Guthrie is impressive. If people just do the work that people don't see a French heel house Marty is Patrick mchenry, Andy Barr, when you're talking about some expertise along the way, and then I look like Mark Wayne molin. Who goes in in battles or adjacent Smith, there's a lot of really, really impressive people out there..

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"It's amazing what you might be doing under drug influenced art. You're right, though, and I think that's the and at first off it was a, I think, a valid comprehension, but comparison between Biden and which is another interesting issue. Most people fail to realize Joe Biden was in the United States Senate when Jimmy Carter was president. You know what's so bad, even though I was in cities, but he's been in office with more than 40 years, and the closest he's ever come to seeing the border is driving by El Paso. And the damage that he has done to our border are security. You know, just in the first ten months of his presidency, he's had more people cross that border. Illegally than what's happened in 2018, 19 and 20 all combined. And what people don't quite understand, it's not just people crossing illegally, who's not being tested for COVID. Fentanyl has increased 300%. Cartels are stronger, but now it's people on the terrorist watch list. They're coming from a 160 different countries. We've got people from Yemen on the terrorist watchlist, coming across this border. Why are they coming here? What do they have planned? Who are they talking to? This is scary. It is. Well, being judicious in my role in judiciary, of course, where all of immigration was going back and forth and dealing with that every day. What concerns me is we had it rolled over from Obama. We actually stayed. I remember a few years ago that there was children in migrant problem was coming in. We actually stayed as a majority. We stayed and made sure that there was resources made so that we could have issues at the border taking care of. This administration has taken a totally different approach. And the media doesn't seem to even want to report it. Kevin, do you think one of the things that maybe highlighted here from our perspective is the negligence here in that aspect of the border. You get even more briefings than I did about the dangers coming across the border. When is it going to come back and hopefully it won't, but I think it already has. Look, I'm very fearful, but think of this. The combination of the border, the defunding of the police, the fentanyl, there's enough fentanyl in America today to kill every American 7 times over. You just look at the 12 U.S. cities that have broken annual homicide records. They have a common denominator. It's the democratic policies. We watch what the horrific things that happen in Wisconsin. Person gets out of running over his girlfriend, and he runs over innocent people in a Christmas parade. Stores in San Francisco have to close. They're running in ram sacking these stores. And one of the leaders of the Democratic Party congresswoman AOC says, well, that's not true. Even though we see it in our own eyes, then the leader, the leader of the Democrat movement party, the progressives, believes that all jails that everybody should be out within ten years. So it doesn't care what you did. Does she think the Boston bomber should be out in ten years? Does she think the man who just ran over those the grannies who were in that parade from behind or the children that they hit that nobody could see nobody could see that he should be let free? We've got a vice president that gives to the fund to bail these people out. This is what they believe..

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Almost everything. What do you see Kevin? Besides, when I've taken this thing, I did hear something and you mentioned the proxy voting. Someone in one of our former colleagues told me this, I don't know it to be true. I'm sure you probably that there are some who have been sworn in that have not really been back since swearing in. Yeah, they only came for the vote for speaker and they'd never been back. I mean, how do you do that? And they still get paid. Yeah. Still get their page together for them. It's like, really? It's a 150 members who didn't come back and voted by proxy. Wow. Yeah, one in the last votes. How many yesterday? We're in a time where this week and we're doing this here in December. You just had a boat where they were basically calling you back in to do just a sham contempt and some other things. How many was the proxy yesterday? About a 150 members? I'm loaded proxy. You know, the first thing we'll do is in proxy voting. You have to show up DB paid. You have to work to be paid. It's standard. I mean, do you not think that's just the ultimate slap in the face to people who have to get up and go to work every day. We always say Congress is treated differently. That's a great message out there. I don't know any of the firemen that are there going to work by proxy or the nurses or your clerks and your stores or your doctors. I don't see that happening. Yeah, it's not happening. Well, that brings us to as we talk about this and we look forward. One of the things that I think is undervalued in it was discussed is the determination to get former president Trump led to basically a paralysis of getting things done in the last little bit. But one of the things we did do, and I want to bring back up a very something that I think we still be very proud of. That was the tax plan that we did pass. After the debacle with healthcare, how do you view that especially now looking at what was put into place in the Democrats still trying to take part of it now? I believe, and I've said this before. If that hadn't been in place, I'm not sure where the U.S. would be right now after the pandemic. Now, if you look at what president Trump and we were able to achieve in that short amount of time, you could measure that against a lot of presidencies that were 8 years. But that tax change stopped companies moving out of our country, but actually moving back into our country. Remember the headlines where people were just getting bonuses and getting raises because that's resources were coming in. If you looked at unemployment, it didn't matter. The color your skin aware, everybody was getting employed. If you look at how America was viewed around the world, they respected us, they feared us. Today, it's a whole different story. You know that really sad part, Doug. President Biden had gone into office and literally just went to sleep, did nothing. America would be in a stronger place. And no disrespect. I know you're from Georgia and there's a lot of similarities to President Biden to the presidency of Jimmy Carter. I used to talk about that a lot, but now I think it's disrespectful to president Carter. But when you think about it, when was the last time we had Americans being held hostage in the Middle East? Under Jimmy Carter and now the Americans in Afghanistan that President Biden left. When was the last time we had inflation like this? Had that. When was the last time we had a president that would rely on OPEC instead of American energy? Same case. When was the last time we had a president that remember when we tried to rescue the hostages? The military couldn't even land their helicopters. You serve, you know, the difficulty of it. And now we have a president that promised the American public that he wasn't going to leave any Americans behind. And he ended up causing 13 gold star families that did not need to lose their lose their life because he moved out of Bagram where they had the prison of the worst people in the world who got out who was the suicide bomber who went and killed our American finest. President Carter had a brother Billy Carter who got money from Libya, create a beer. And now you got President Biden who has a son named Hunter Biden, who somehow aren't supposed to be better than Picasso..

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Bit. Because I think what you're experiencing right now and we're gonna get to whether it be this basically unprecedented commission on January 6th in which the speaker unilaterally decided who was going to be on a committee. But I believe it started back in 2017. We made a determination. I was in leadership at the time, of course you were there. We had the speakership as ours. And we determined we were going to go after healthcare. And because it was going to lead the way and give us savings to then do the tax reform. Everybody knows sort of what happened. A lot of issues that they didn't led into 2018 issue. But I've never, I don't think I've ever asked you this, because I was in my office, I sleep in my office like you did. You do or did up there. And I remember sitting there that night, the Senate was in and voting not on the bill, but voting on a holder that would get us to conference committee. And John McCain comes in and does his famous thumbs down. And I can remember laying there thinking, I've just spent 9 months ten months of my life trying to get us to a point of fixing something and I just saw it defeated. What was your thoughts that night? You know, I went to bed I had spoken to a couple senators that who had concerns that whether we'd go to conference that I was the majority leader at the time and gave them the assurance. So at that moment, McCain, everybody else was going to vote, yes. I woke up and found out that the world changed. And that was a real setback for us because not only did we campaign on it, it was the structure of transforming 20% of our economy where people could have better health, better say, direct relationship with the doctor, not within insurance. And it was a really big setback. Now, you look at the success that we had in the tax reform, making the economy stronger than almost any time in American history. And really what's helping us drive the economy today. But what's really interesting in that setting back of the healthcare, one person, because we're using reconciliation. And the worst part about it was frustrating to you and I, when you use reconciliation, you're really writing it under the Senate rules, so you just can't write the healthcare bill that you would want to pass. You could only write the healthcare bill that meets the bird rule of the Senate. Right. Which would frustrate us because it wasn't a perfect Bill, and what they were voting on was the ability to go to conference to create it, and they denied the ability to make it happen. And I think that's what people have had so many people say that John McCain voted against healthcare ObamaCare. The reality was he voted against the process. And I think that leads me into this next discussion that I want to have is because we saw an I thought a lot about it and then it is leadership, but then when the next Congress taking over is ranking member judiciary, but we were in the minority at that time. And the Democrats came in. And I believe the seed and groundwork was laid starting with the Mueller impeachment, and other things. Those were the impeachment that was a sham impeachment. We know that. But at the same time, have you been still amazed at the willingness of Democrats Pelosi and others to disregard the very basis of the House of Representatives, the idea that minorities have rights, minority parties have rights and the majority still can get anything they want, they just have to live through the minority using the rights afforded to them. This is what people will study that Nancy Pelosi is literally burning down their house as she walks out the door. She's a lame duck speaker. She knows it. But the thing she has done never in the history of this house has any speaker done the actions that she's taking place. And it's created dysfunction in the house. And the house rules are different than the Senate. The speaker has all the power. You have 218. You have all the power. But the things that she has done, the minority was always awarded for the history of the house to least have one amendment, which is called a motion to recommit. Republicans were in the majority. We allowed it every time. The Democrats, when they went into the majority, we would beat them because our amendments were good. It made the bill better. So they removed it from us. And when you do that, you're taking away the voice of millions of Americans who lent it to their representatives. Then she comes in, never before in the history of America that no matter whether we are in a Civil War, where we're in a plague, anything like that. Members had to show up to work. She now has proxy voting. Now what that means is members don't have to come. You give your vote to Pelosi. And then the other thing that she did was bills don't have to go through committee. So she writes the bills, tells people when it's going to be voted on. People show up. And if you counted the votes of the people who came to work, Republicans would win every day. But she pulls them out of a pocket and says no, it empowers her even greater. Never before like this. Then she goes in and finds members she puts magnetometers. That members walk through to go to the chambers. It's just members on the floor, but she starts out that people don't trust one another. And if you walk through, that's $5000. You don't write the check, they directly take it out of your paycheck. Everything she created, but she can go around them. And then the idea of removing members from committee, whereas voters have voted for someone to represent them. In Georgia it started. Not with something they did why they're in Congress, but claiming something they did somewhere else. And then the goal is never before in the history did the speaker ever determine who the minority people were on committees. That's the January 6th, because she wants to predetermine an outcome. She wants to put politics. That would be in a trial. The prosecutor gets to select the jury, you don't. Nobody else picks just the prosecutor. And you also get to be the judge as well. So your predetermining what the charge is, whether you're guilty or not, and what the penalty is. And nobody else has a say. And then she made the pick of two quote Republicans and Republicans in there that she again had. Familiarity with knowing that it was going to be they are Pelosi Republicans closer, but they put in there. Do you ever look back and think, especially with the way it seemingly have gone off the rails? I know there's been criticism both sides. I'm just let you answer that we should have put the ones that she would have allowed on at least there should have been some Republicans on there to at least maybe try to come back. You know, there's a very good question. What would have been different in this outcome? The subpoena power all rested with the Democrats. And then you had these Pelosi Democrats who were already on there. They the only thing that would have been different is the public would have assumed this was a bipartisan committee. Because all there are some Republicans on there. Well, no. It is totally controlled by Pelosi. They start out by saying everything's on the table, except we can't ask Pelosi why she didn't let the National Guard there that day. They don't look at the security of the capitol or why the security wasn't there. And the subpoena power only goes with the Democrats. And so no, there would be no outcome, but the public would not see how this is such a rigged system to start out with. That's the real problem. I understand. Well, as one who was leading and having to fight this every day in impeachment in 2019, we experienced this. It was the playbook was written in 2019 with who made such a disastrous attempt. She had to go get Shia from your home state because he's always had a torturous relationship with the truth.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy on What the GOP Can Accomplish While Biden Is Still in Office

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy on What the GOP Can Accomplish While Biden Is Still in Office

"But I believe that the house is pretty well given. The Senate, I think we have a good chance of making it into Republican majority. Is it going to require some really tough because we're not facing just an ObamaCare now? We're not facing just you're facing larger. Is it going to be harder now or force Republicans to say, look, we're willing to take a very unpopular message to the country, but we're going to take, is that the message you're giving to these candidates and your income is to say, look, the next two years, we gain the majority. It's going to be very difficult 'cause Biden's going to be in The White House. We're going to have control and it's going to force us to take media positions that people are not going to agree with, but take the same kind of attitude that Democrats do to say, look, we may lose some ground here, but we're going to get in our case roll back some of these issues. Yeah, we've got to roll them back, but the best way to do that has never let them get into place. Right. And think about the things that we can do at the beginning. We can go after securing the border, which something you worked a great deal on. Yes. And the way the way you're going to do that, because the only changes he made was through executive order. So we're going to have to use the appropriation process. And you've got to get that to work. Appropriation. Not defunding our police, but actually funding our police because you look at what's happening with crime around the world. Inflation, that's just the runaway spending causing inflation. And the real problem is you've got a lot of these executive things, The White House is doing. We've got to tie their hands, but then we've got to move legislation and put it onto the Senate and hopefully the Republicans take the majority there and get this legislation on the president's death. Now, we could keep him in check that he can't do new things, but we've got to be able to reverse the damage that he's done prior.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"How do you see what we learned back then playing out now, Kevin? Well, what we really learned is don't let Washington pick your candidates, you know? And it's not somebody that looks really good on paper. They got to have a fire in the belly. They got to have a why. Why do you want to run? I remember one of our first trips, Lin and I were in Tennessee. And I met this guy named Stephen Fincher. He was from frog jump Tennessee, and he says, I asked him why he wanted to run. He said, he's watching a country change with four his eyes, but he does not know how he tells his children he does nothing. Because I don't know if I'm the best person. He said, mister Kevin, I've never been to Washington D.C. even on vacation. I never run for office. That's fine. You know what? He ran against this Democrat incumbent who portrayed himself to be a moderate Democrat, but always voted for Nancy voted for all the bills. And would win by a high margin had a lot of money in the bank. Steven Fincher was just a farmer, but he understood what was happening to him. The bureaucracy, the expense, the growth of government. He won that year, and he won pretty big along with 62 others. And what it really means is if people understand their why, if they're passionate about this country and the values and want to make a difference, you can win. That's a great thing about our republic. The power rests with the people and the people get to decide. And I really feel with everything we're seeing with everything the Democrats are doing. And they're not the same Democrats they were in 2010. They're a socialist Democrat party today. I watch independence waking up. I just see this as a fundamentally different battle that we have on our hands. And you mentioned something that's very interesting. This battle is taking place at the same time that redistricting is. Redistricting only happens once every ten years. It doesn't affect the Senate, but you could really lock in who's ever successful in this next election? If those lines aren't changing, if we're successful, we could have a conservative majority. Good chance for a decade. And think about the things we can stop Biden from doing, but more importantly, what we can achieve. And I think that's one of the things, and I'll ask your opinion of this. I think you and I have times talked about it. You just said something very important. It's what you can achieve and what you can block or what you have to work around. Do you think coming out of the 2000 TN the 6 G plus mckamey in? There was a lot of discussion on what we will do even though it was known at the time with Obama and The White House with a lot of the stuff that you really couldn't do. You know, as much as you wanted to, you couldn't do. How much of that do you think affected the work of that majority than leading into up to until we finally did get a Republican president president Trump, that it really affected our standing with some of our voters? I think it affected a lot because our voters thought, well, I just let the house, everything changes. Getting a Republican majority in the House, you can stop things. You don't have to worry about the filibuster, because you're only going to send conservative things to the Senate. You can keep the presidency in check, but if the president is the Democrat and still going to be there for another two years, if you want to repeal something, they're not going to sign it. So you've got to be you've got to think smart, but the difficulty is, remember, our government is designed to find compromise. And a lot of the voters assumed, no, I like to just that. You get a 100% of what you want. And that's the difficulty you got to be smarter in the process of your strategy of where you go. And you shouldn't over promise. How do we deal with that? Because Kevin, that's another issue that look, I came from y'all always used to make fun of me. I came from a R 30 plus district y'all all was saying. We all dreamed of having a district like that. Yeah, y'all. Until you actually have to have one. And because I had a great deal of folks in my district who believed that, you know, look, you said you were going to repeal ObamaCare, you didn't. And it's just, you know, I just use ObamaCare as an example and they would go off litany of things. But yet when I was able to get big things accomplished, like first step back, we did criminal justice for them. We did music. We did all these things. They came back, though, to these sort of hard and fast statements of what you said this. But you had to go explain it to him once I explained it to him. They might not like it but they at least understood. They tolerate it. How can we make sure we're not doing that in this cycle when it's very easy as you said? These are not even the same Democrats in 2010. Now, when I go very up front, I'm trying to stop their reconciliation because if it gets put in law, the one thing I learned on ObamaCare once it's in law, even if they don't fund it, it's very hard to ever get it out. Yes. So the best part is to stop it now. The other thing you have to think about is how you use the appropriation process. You can make real achievements. And when I go back to the voters explain to him, we said we repeal ObamaCare. Well, we kept our word. We did in the house. It got killed in the Senate by one vote. When you think about funding and spending of money, do you realize that 8 years we were in the majority? And this is the hard part that people don't quite understand. There's mandatory spending and discretionary. We really only have control over discretionary. We have to fund that every year. The discretionary spending for the 8 years we were in, I asked people, how much did it increase under ours? And don't add inflation just how much did it increase? Zero. It actually went down from when the time that Nancy held it. But the overall spending of government went up because the mandatory spend, the Medicare, the Medicaid, social security, and interest on the debt. Even though we were controlling all the others, and that's a really frustrating point, but you need the others to engage to be able to do something about it and here's the Democrats wanting to spend 5 trillion more dollars and putting that in perspective. That's more than we spent on winning World War II. And it's only for social programs that are going to continue to spend more. We can't afford this. And that's the concern I think a lot of people have. And I've tried to emphasize this, whether it's been on my podcast or interviews that I've given. My concern is they're going to figure out a way unless mansion just completely refuses to go, well, they're going to pass a version of this bill. And then it's going to have these elements involved. I've said this before and I've asked former members I've asked some current members this question. And I think it affects maybe where we're headed with this cycle making sure that we get a majority and keep it long term. I've said that Nancy Pelosi is willing to give up position and power to gain policy. And I say this back in 2010, she was told, look, you're gonna lose if you pass ObamaCare. You're gonna lose if you do Dodd Frank. You gonna lose if you do cap and trade, all these things. She said, fine, that's okay. We're gonna do it anyway because what we're supposed to do. She did it, they lost the house. She spent 8 years in the wilderness now, she's back. She's got a very similar setup, and she's willing again to lose the position, will lose the power to gain a policy. How can we as Republicans who've been a little more, I think less inclined to do that if we're going to change, especially some of the things coming in now with this bill better, that people are talking about. You're exactly right. And the one thing they learned from ObamaCare. Nancy Pelosi will put all of her members at risk because her ultimate goal is to change the face and the structure of government to make it in a more socialist form. A European socialist. And now she has a bunch of new Democrats doing the same thing. So what they realized is, even though they lost the majority by passing it, it's still into law. Because the repeal it is very difficult. The other thing they've learned this time is even worse. Because reconciliation only goes for ten years. So if they pass anything and they tell you, oh, it's only a $1 trillion. They're lying to you. What they're doing is they're only funding it for a short time period because they know once it's in government, you're going to have to keep funding it. They think it's going to go away. And it's like some magic thing. Well, it doesn't. They also put a provision in there that they tie in some of these programs for Congress to do can't do anything to it. It's just going to perpetuate and still run. Which is damaging to the nation. And so she knows they're going to lose. I mean, you look at, you look at history, whoever wins The White House, that party on average loses 28 seats in off year election. They only have a 5 seat majority. You look at the number of retirements in 2010 when they knew they were losing. They had 17 Democrats retire already. We have 19 and we're not done with filing. It would be much larger. You look at the generic ballot in May it was D plus 9. It's R plus ten. The highest it's been in since they kept the pole back in the 1980. Every indication, but she doesn't care. She'll go down in history as being the only modern speaker to lose it twice. But she sits there and smiles, she says, if I'm able to put these big, massive programs into government, I didn't lose. I may have lost the power, but there's nothing they can do. That's why it's so.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Lot of these podcasts. Let us know what makes Kevin Kevin. Where did you come from? Where did you get to to where you're at now? Well, you know, I'm from California, but it's not the part of California most people envision. It's a place called Bakersfield, California. And this is, if you ever read the grapes of wrath, this is the shantytown in that book. This is agriculture. It's energy, it's oil. It's we have a couple of military bases. And a couple people who are from Bakersfield, you might think of Merle Haggard, buck Owens. It's a little more Texas of California. And I grew up with a family. I was the youngest of three. My father and mother, my father worked two jobs. He was a fireman and he moved furniture on his days off. And when I got a high school, we didn't have great wealth. So I went to community college. And they instilled in me a work ethic. And I always had a job, but I remember I met this guy that owned a car dealers. He had a car dealer's license, but he ran a little convenience stores. And I'd pay him a $100 to take me to the car auctions in LA LA is like two hours away. And you had to be a dealer to go down there. And this is where it had a big fairgrounds where all the dealers would bring their trade ins. But you have to be a dealer to go. And I would go and I would buy and sell cars and I'd flip them to pay my way through college. Now, I know your attorney, I found out later it was illegal, but I didn't know why I was doing it. Thanks, statue, LeBron James probably run along. And, you know, when you're a community college on the weekends, what you do, you go get your friends who are away at college, right? So I had somebody my best friend was up at Stanford and some people have seen and had some good friends down San Diego state. So there's one Friday now I'm gonna go down to the weekend to San Diego state. So I go to the grocery store to cash a check, so I have some money for the weekend. An interesting thing happened. The day I'm there to catch a check the day before, the lottery started in California, not lotto but lottery. And so I'm cashing the check. I buy a lottery ticket and I won the lottery. The most you can win at the time is 1985, it's $5000. So you know he put yourself in my place. You're 20 years old. It's a Friday night. You just won $5000 and 85 money before the Biden inflation. And you end up like ten minutes from Tijuana, right? So I come back, I take my folks to dinner and I get my brother and sister each a hundred bucks and I take the majority rest of money and one thing you know about me I like to take risk. I put the majority rest in to one stock. And I did pretty well. I made 30% of my money in 6 weeks. And at the end of the next semester, I decided to take a break from school. I went out to try to buy a franchise, but no one would sell me one, but that didn't deter me. Another thing you learned is I never give up. So I opened up a deli. And there's three lessons I learned in all of my small businesses. You're the first to work, your last to leave in your last to be paid. And we were pretty successful. So at the end of almost two years, I now have enough money. I could pay my whole way through college and I wouldn't have to work. And as long as I went to Cal state, and nobody in my family at that moment had finished a four year degree so I sell my business, I'm going to college and I opened the newspaper and it said be a summer intern in Washington D.C. with my local congressman. Now I do not know this man, but I thought he'd be lucky to have me so I applied. And you know what he did? He turned me down. But you know at the end of the story is, I'm now elected to the seat. I could not get an internship for. Only in America could that happen. As I never give up, I went back to this guy who turned me down. I said, look, you don't have to pay me. I don't need to go to D.C.. I just wanted to get involved in the community. So I volunteered for him. I joined the college Republicans. I got involved in the young republic. I joined my local Republican central committee. I got my undergraduate. I got my MBA. And then I ran for the college board. And then later I ran for this state assembly. I served two terms in the state assembly, and then I ran for Congress in 2006. And here we are. And you came in in 2006. So you were there, it was a bad year for Republicans. Bad year for public. So you came in, you sort of experienced the full spectrum of Congress at you as far as minority majority. Well, when we came in, it was a really bad year. We lost the majority that year. Only 13 Republican freshmen, the smallest Republican class since 1914, and that's when they expanded the size of Congress. And what's interesting is, four years later, we won the majority. And I went out and created this little thing called young guns to find young conservatives across the country to run. And in 2010, they asked me to be the recruitment chair. So I'd go around the country recruiting people. And we ended up winning 63 seats. We defeated 63 Democrats that year. You know who was speaker at the time? Nancy Pelosi. And I think she's going to experience the same thing in this next election. It won't be 63 seats, but back then we were sitting in the one 70s. Today we have 213 members. If we are fortunate enough to even win 35 seats, that will be the largest Republican majority in a hundred years. And that's amazing because just a few years ago, we were sitting there with what we thought was the amazing number, you know, three congresses ago in our public park, but it goes to show, I think a lot of what this discussion I want to have just a little bit of discussion from this young guns this idea, it was a new way at the time of thinking about candidates and campaigns and how you communicate. You, Paul Ryan, Eric canner. And also a little guy who stayed in the background named Lin Westwood. Oh yeah. Lynn and I in that 2010 would travel the country together. Oh, and he plays this all shucks thing. I remember. I was in the passenger seat and we had this little SUV and he was in the seat behind and one of the other guys with it was driving this whole time. I felt bad. I had moved the seat up far so he'd have room. I had no idea the back seat reclined the whole time, and he was getting the best end of the day. He made me think I was up against the window. That's land right there. Folks don't know this about Lin Westminster. If you ever knew him in Congress, he was like, that all sharks, you know, one of his favorite lines was boys time to get your ass best as britches own goes down and take them a tough vote or something. But he was one of the ones in Georgia. I know in California, the Republican Party and I want to discuss this whole issue. I think it's something that we gotta face. Lin was one of the very early catalysts to turn Georgia red. Yeah. It was his thinking. It was his work in redistricting, which again is coming up right now. But he brought that sort of mentality to that young guns of which he wasn't young or Frank he could say a gun, but he brought that strategy..

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy: From Bakersfield to Washington

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy: From Bakersfield to Washington

"Know what makes Kevin Kevin. Where did you come from? Where did you get to to where you're at now? Well, you know, I'm from California, but it's not the part of California most people envision. It's a place called Bakersfield, California. And this is, if you ever read the grapes of wrath, this is the shantytown in that book. This is agriculture. It's energy, it's oil. It's we have a couple of military bases. And a couple people who are from Bakersfield, you might think of Merle Haggard, buck Owens. It's a little more Texas of California. And I grew up with a family. I was the youngest of three. My father and mother, my father worked two jobs. He was a fireman and he moved furniture on his days off. And when I got a high school, we didn't have great wealth. So I went to community college. And they instilled in me a work ethic. And I always had a job, but I remember I met this guy that owned a car dealers. He had a car dealer's license, but he ran a little convenience stores. And I'd pay him a $100 to take me to the car auctions in LA LA is like two hours away. And you had to be a dealer to go down there. And this is where it had a big fairgrounds where all the dealers would bring their trade ins. But you have to be a dealer to go. And I would go and I would buy and sell cars and I'd flip them to pay my way through college. Now, I know your attorney, I found out later it was illegal, but I didn't know why I was doing it. Thanks, statue, LeBron James probably run along. And, you know, when you're a community college on the weekends, what you do, you go get your friends who are away at college, right? So I had somebody my best friend was up at Stanford and some people have seen and had some good friends down San Diego state. So there's one Friday now I'm gonna go down to the weekend to San Diego state. So I go to the grocery store to cash a check, so I have some money for the weekend. An interesting thing happened. The day I'm there to catch a check the day before, the lottery started in California, not lotto but lottery. And so I'm cashing the check. I buy a lottery ticket and I won the lottery. The most you can win at the time is 1985, it's $5000. So you know he put yourself in my place. You're 20 years old. It's a Friday night. You just won $5000 and 85 money before the Biden inflation. And you end up like ten minutes from Tijuana, right? So I come back, I take my folks to dinner and I get my brother and sister each a hundred bucks and I take the majority rest of money and one thing you know about me I like to take risk. I put the majority rest in to one stock. And I did pretty well. I made 30% of my money in 6 weeks. And at the end of the next semester, I decided to take a break from school. I went out to try to buy a franchise, but no one would sell me one, but that didn't deter me. Another thing you learned is I never give up. So I opened up a deli. And there's three lessons I learned in all of my small businesses. You're the first to work, your last to leave in your last to be paid. And we were pretty successful. So at the end of almost two years, I now have enough money. I could pay my whole way through college and I wouldn't have to work. And as long as I went to Cal state, and nobody in my family at that moment had finished a four year degree so I sell my business, I'm going to college and I opened the newspaper and it said be a summer intern in Washington D.C. with my local congressman. Now I do not know this man, but I thought he'd be lucky to have me so I applied. And you know what he did? He turned me down. But you know at the end of the story is, I'm now elected to the seat. I could not get an internship for. Only in America

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Doug and Rep. Kevin McCarthy Discuss the Notion of Republican 'Young Guns'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Doug and Rep. Kevin McCarthy Discuss the Notion of Republican 'Young Guns'

"I want to have just a little bit of discussion from this young guns this idea, it was a new way at the time of thinking about candidates and campaigns and how you communicate. You, Paul Ryan, Eric canner. And also a little guy who stayed in the background named Lin Westwood. Oh yeah. Lynn and I in that 2010 would travel the country together. Oh, and he plays this all shucks thing. I remember. I was in the passenger seat and we had this little SUV and he was in the seat behind and one of the other guys with it was driving this whole time. I felt bad. I had moved the seat up far so he'd have room. I had no idea the back seat reclined the whole time, and he was getting the best end of the day. He made me think I was up against the window. That's land right there. Folks don't know this about Lin Westminster. If you ever knew him in Congress, he was like, that all sharks, you know, one of his favorite lines was boys time to get your ass best as britches own goes down and take them a tough vote or something. But he was one of the ones in Georgia. I know in California, the Republican Party and I want to discuss this whole issue. I think it's something that we gotta face. Lin was one of the very early catalysts to turn Georgia red. Yeah. It was his thinking. It was his work in redistricting, which again is coming up right now. But he brought that sort of mentality to that young guns of which he wasn't young or Frank he could say a gun, but he brought that

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"You want to listen to a podcast? By who? Georgia GOP congressman, Doug Collins. How is it? The greatest thing I have ever heard in my whole life. I could not believe my ears. This house wherever the rules are disregarded chaos and mob rule. It has been said today. Where is bravery? I'll tell you where bravery is found encourages now. He's found in this minority who has lived through the last year of nothing but rules being broken, people being put down. Questions not being answered in this majority say, be damned with anything else. We're going to impeach and do whatever we want to do. Why? Because we want an election. I guarantee you one day you'll be back in the minority and it ain't gonna be that fun. All right, everybody walk back. Glad to have you on the Doug Collins podcast. I've got a great time today looking I'm looking forward to an old friend, one that we've known for almost a decade now, served with him. I've watched his leadership even longer than that. And we're going to have some honest Frank discussion about what's going on in Washington, D.C., what I believe will be the next Speaker of the House because I think next year the Democrats have done enough to mess that up for their own election possibilities because I think it's helped us. Kevin McCarthy's joining the Doug Collins podcast, Kevin, thanks for being with us today. Thank you, Doug, and it's good to hear from you again. We miss you up here. Well, there's a lot of things about washing our one of them and some of the other folks are the craziness and the lifestyle and you get on and off planes and we've been trying to get this schedule for a little while. That lifestyle is not something that I do. But I have to tell you funny, Kevin, we'll start it off here. Being home now, I mean, I still travel some and going by for. But being home for the last almost year, Lisa has gotten has not gotten used to me being back home every night. I'm sure Judy is so white. So she said, you make too much noise. And there's many knots I'll wake up and she's done went to the, you know, to the other bedroom and said, I couldn't sleep. You're just making too much color this morning. Honey, I lived in an office for a long time. I'm back home for a while, 34 years of marriage, really? Come on. It has been wild, but a lot of people know you, Kevin, and they know you from being on TV. They know you from farting. It's like, they know a lot of us from that TV persona, okay? We're there, they know us. But you've got a great story to tell. And I don't think enough people know it. And even though you've told it a hundred times, but let's start off our listeners today like I do a lot.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"All right. I live in studio with congressman and house minority leader. Kevin mccarthy good to see there. Oh good to be here. Thanks for letting me in the house. You came all the way down from bakersfield to so cal. How do you feel about being in scary..

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"All right. I live in studio with congressman and house minority leader. Kevin mccarthy good to see there. Oh good to be here. Thanks for letting me in the house. You came all the way down from bakersfield to so cal. La how do you feel about being in scary..

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"bakersfield" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"All right. I live in studio with congressman and house minority leader. Kevin mccarthy good to see there. Oh good to be here. Thanks for letting me in the house. You came all the way down from bakersfield to so cal. La how do you feel about being in scary..

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"bakersfield" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on No Agenda

"Say this is a good plan. John exit strategy. I feel it chisholm. Cook in bolivar texas raymond barre fifty dollars. Nathan grey seabrook florida with a race ryan. Mary hoey jol sergio. I believe the ruin in bakersfield thought he was someplace else. I guess he moved. Jonathan mayer in xenia. Ohio edwige edward missouri. In memphis tennessee greg feedback in chicago and michelle gala gala. Leon gallion Fifty bucks and she says hey guys. My smoking hot husband mad on his birthday. July seventh needs to d. douching.

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"bakersfield" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"bakersfield" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That the following your Bakersfield blaze and that's when you really start kicking in. You had 13 62.6 Chattanooga lookouts these air. These were good times for you because you're moving up in the organization. And then you got traded to Minnesota and my missing anything in these times. No. I mean, I think you're right. The Bakersfield year that same year, I was also traded to the Yankees and that offseason. That's kind of when I, um, started wearing who I was. Or the picture. I have some pictures, coaches. I work with that, um, really taught me the O B a picture as opposed to go. I was just going out there and telling the baseball on with no real plans. Um Not to know me. You got to know my body really started growing in my woods, and from there, it's kind of taking off. So I wouldn't I would make the argument that was probably developmental in the most important year for me, and, um Really, really got me going. So from New York. You got traded to Minnesota and then in Minnesota. The first Bigly year was 2018. You got in a games, 20 and a third innings. Nervous at that time hold Were you in 2018? I woz I debuted at 2022 years old. I was 22 years old in 2018. I was nervous. I think I think there were some interesting or the games. Start up a little bit. Um I don't think there's anything in the minor leagues to really prepare you for the For the drilling your experience in the major leagues and that was hard for me to deal with, But it took me a long time and the guys were kind of been through the same stuff on that team of some of the older guys. They're really Really understand the game doesn't change. You know what's always work is going to continue work. Here's here's Don't don't change. They get a little bit better. They don't miss nearly as much, but they still get out 70% of the time and Yourself gonna play no matter where you're at. And once I kind of realized that that's kind of when I really was able to start. You learn quick because in 2019 and 29 games, your six and, uh oh. It's just beautiful numbers. 2.6 earned run average nine walks 32 strikeouts. I think that's when you really kicked yourself and said, Hey, I can pitch in the big leagues. I am a big league pitcher, and you're in a lot of games 29 games for the Twins. But that year give you more confidence. Absolutely, um, actually started that year. The starter. Still, I got called up early in the year. Sat in the bullpen for a few days is kind of an emergency guy and got into a game in Tampa and really got beat up. Get off like eight runs over four innings or something. One of those kind of weird outage, but After that, they told me Hey, we're gonna move to the bullpen full time. We think with some repertoire changes the mechanical 20 to be really successful, And after that, and say the rest is kind of history, I got to the point where it was. I was tired of beating myself and I said No. Here. Here's what I got Hit it. And that mindset is really just kept me going over the years now, so and so 2020 injured your little small injuries. They took you off the roster and you really became a free agent. And sure enough, you had to talk to far hunt and this is one of the things you said that really sparked your interest to go to the Giants. What it far hunt say to you in that conversation. Farhaan was extremely up front of the conversation we had was for home was really early on in the free agency process, and he kind of came to me and said, Look, we watched you developed from the time you're in the California Lito this year, and you've always been a strike thrower. You've always been a guy who's not afraid to go out, guys, but we want to get you back to your 2019 form and Had to my deals on what they thought might help and stuff that we've been implemented this year. And now I think we're seeing the results of that. But the honestly since we've been here, and this is from every staff member that out front now, honestly that they have with me, and it's something that Is rare in baseball. I feel like so very refreshing. Voices. Zach would tell us. We keep moving through. Now. You signed with the Giants. You come to spring training. You're working on your split finger. And this is something that you start working on. And you talked about Tyler Clippard a little bit when the Minnesota days and you went and try toe do some things in the off season. You bought a wraps it all which record spin rate you start working. Over the winner on stuff like this and you're You're split fingers getting better and better And you know, like all, the broadcaster says he has to throw it to make sure it works. And there was a couple big games where it was really working in a couple of games and just kind of hung in the strike zone a little bit too long. Is this a pitch that you're working on regularly now? Absolutely. Every day. It's costing, you know I love picking on the rule in the leverage rolls and getting in the game and getting the face the best fighters in the world in big situations. But on the flip side Also very hard to go up and throw a picture that you're not 100% confident and yet, but that's what we have to do. And I think the time that we've thrown in and got hit a little bit or are good. That sounds a little crazy, But that's gonna happen when you're developing a new pitch, like the only way that we're gonna get better at it, just throwing it to major league hitter so Comes..

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Mother Arrested After 3 Children Found Slain in Los Angeles

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Mother Arrested After 3 Children Found Slain in Los Angeles

"Have been found. Stabbed to death in Los Angeles. Police believe the kid's mom fled to Bakersfield after the murders where she allegedly was involved in an armed Carjacking. She did a horrific crime here. Does she followed it up by another crime north of here, and it's those behaviors. Ultimately got her clock. Los Angeles Police Department Lieutenant Ben Fernandez says 30 year old Liliana Correo remains behind bars motive still unclear. Maryland is the first

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Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

Rachel

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

"Angeles mother under arrest tonight for allegedly murdering her Children. Before that she was caught. She is also accused of a Carjacking hours after her three young Children all under the age of three years old were found stabbed to death inside of an apartment in the receipt area of L. A 30 year old Liliana Korea was in custody found in a remote area of California near Sequoia National Forest. Well fleeing towards Hillary County. She's accused of Carjacking somebody near Bakersfield, taking their Toyota pick up and then continuing on a motive for the murders is unknown.

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Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

The Lead

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

"On sunday rudy. Gobert made his second straight appearance in an nba. All star game. Tom make it a second confederate and for years. Now the big man with the even bigger wingspan. There's been a dominant force within the nba. Tolbert defensive player of the year. There was a time when that was not the case. Time when rudy gobert future was very much in doubt. Today the fx christopher come ronnie takes us back to the time when go gobert was uncertain about where it was headed and explains how he climbed his way to the top. They knew that if he could fill out if he could continue to develop defensively and add various tidbits to his game. Offensively could potentially become a game changer in the league. That's their mind in rudy's mind. He always believed that he would took from wondering athletic. I'm under scotto. It's monday march eighth. And this is the league. It felt like something great emotion and ask past. I s not get this. This is here. you're gonna be the athlete. It stays with you so chris basketball fan today. Think of rudy gobert this absolute force you know a guy who dominates around the rim often makes other teams change their style of play when they face him. But you recently spoke with rudy and wrote about how that has not always been the case so take us back to the days when rudy gobert was not yet rudy. Gobert there. Yes so rudy. Gobert was drafted by the denver nuggets in two thousand thirteen and acquired by the jazz in a draft night. Trade played for show les the french league and his sizeable things into the twenty seventh overall. Pick and he came into the league as a relative unknown. What you'll bring to this team. I mean i i know. You're very long and and a defensive presence. What do you think you can. How can you help this team right away right away. Yeah can we. He had worked his way up the international level coming up in france he had to work himself onto the radar of even french national teams. He wasn't really all that known as a fifteen sixteen year old. How long have you been playing basketball nine years nine. So did you grow up playing soccer before he was on jazz team. That had several high draft picks on it. They had derrick favors. Ns canter to former high draft picks. Big men that played rudy's position. They had a veteran and andreas. Who was a veteran presence on that team as a big man and under that regime rudy kind of found himself as the odd man out but the jess drafted him and took him on as a project and he apparently was not the most stylish guy. What he i community league. yes so obviously. When you're twenty one year old seven foot one kit. That's tall and gangly. It's hard to find clothes that fit you. Great i was going to be on. Is doing right now if you see rudy these various nba awards where he's won the nba defensive player of the year. Two times now. He's showing up and looking very much like a stylistic parisian that he probably always wanted to be back in two thousand thirteen when he was still sort of odd man out on the jazz as you put it. He got sent down to the bakersfield jam of what was then the d. league. i from a life standpoint. What was it. Like for rudy gobert. End up so far off the beaten path and you know in one of the rougher parts of california yes so it's a culture shock for anybody. I think who wants to be a professional basketball player to have to go to a place like bakersfield. California bakersfield has kind of a rough and tumble streak about it. It isn't the most friendliest places. Well tonight we are taking an in depth look into black tar heroin and its presence here in kern county. Rudy's coach will void talked about it would be culture shock for anybody. Let alone a parisian arriving in bakersfield. Which is we're like community area where where are rena and everything was based. That is kind of like mess. Mess capital of the world. So i think he was not going to find a croissant sprint. Snow and anywhere around there. The coaches just told him to stay in his hotel room. And just relax tries to be honest. tells hotel for the most in when he wanted to go work out at the gym. the bakersfield complex. Had you know that all that stuff in their facility but it was very much like. It was almost like a private school in that. He went from work to the hotel room. And that's

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"Who cares!": Trump resigns from Screen Actors Guild

Radio From Hell

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

"Who cares!": Trump resigns from Screen Actors Guild

"And here's some huge news from here in Hollywood. After finding out that they were preparing disciplinary action against him, Donald Trump abruptly resigned from the Screen Actors Guild today. Yeah. Now he's gotta get sick enough to go back to Community Theater is doing a production of Godspell in Bakersfield. In his resignation letter, Trump said. I write to you today regarding the so called disciplinary committee hearing aimed at revoking my union membership. Who cares? I'm gonna use that all the time. From now on, I write you today regarding the ticket I got from running a red light in the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax. Who cares?

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As Trump makes baseless fraud allegations, Republicans back his refusal to concede

All Things Considered

01:09 min | 2 years ago

As Trump makes baseless fraud allegations, Republicans back his refusal to concede

"In dozens of states from both political parties say there is no evidence that fraud or other violations Played a role in President Trump's defeat. But Republican lawmakers and candidates are following Trump's lead and refusing to concede and that includes Republicans in California. KCR W's Tara Katrina has the run down. Throughout the state Republicans are echoing Trump's refusal and promoting untrue allegations of voting irregularities. They include representatives Tom McClintock of Elk Grove, Douglas, Alfa Oroville and Devin Nunes of two Larry same goes for minority leader of the California state Senate, Shannon Grove. And the top ranking Republican in Congress Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield. Closer to home. Some field candidates are trying to sow doubt too. Carol Webber didn't really have a fighting chance at his run for California's 37th District congressional seat. The Republican was up against popular Democrat incumbent Karen Bass in a very blue part of Los Angeles. At last count, Weber lost by more than 72% points, but even he has refused to concede, citing baseless claims. In this case,

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8 California mayors, including Los Angeles mayor, call for Newsom to open large theme parks sooner

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

8 California mayors, including Los Angeles mayor, call for Newsom to open large theme parks sooner

"Reports in the letter, The mayor's expressed their concerns that the state's guidelines would push the reopening of theme parks upto a year out and would negatively impact hundreds of thousands of jobs. Small businesses and billions in operating revenues for some cities. The mayors who signed the letter R Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, San Diego Mayor Kevin Falconer, San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo, Fresno Mayor Lee Brand Bakersfield Mayor Karen Go Riverside Mayor Rusty Baillie and Santa Anna Mayr, Miguel Polito Magus News 93.1. Kfbk. And now our big hearted audio clip. Our featured audio clip of the morning has to do with by virtually every measure,

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Los Angeles Police arrest 2 suspects in hate crime targeting 3 transgender women

All Things Considered

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles Police arrest 2 suspects in hate crime targeting 3 transgender women

"Have been arrested in connection with that attack on three transgender women on Hollywood Boulevard early Monday morning. Willie Walker and on House Man was arrested in the Hollywood area yesterday. Charged with extortion. The primary suspect, Carlton Calloway, was arrested today in Bakersfield for robbery with a hate crime enhancement. And authorities still looking for Davey and Williams for assault with a deadly weapon. The women who were attacked, began posting the names and photos of the suspects Monday night videos of the attack posted to Social media shall bystanders laughing and taunting the women as their robbed? The footage also captures a police car driving by without stopping, LAPD Deputy Chief Justin Eisenberg said that matter is being looked into. We've opened a personnel investigation to look into the details of that. But I can confirm for you. That police SUV was responding to an unrelated emergency that required response with lights and sirens, and we believe they were headed to that emergency, and that's that why they went past. The scene of this incident has not said if the man who live stream the attack on his social media would face any charges. Santa Barbara County has seen the

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Recall expands for onions linked to Salmonella outbreak

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Recall expands for onions linked to Salmonella outbreak

"News, the nationwide salmonella outbreak and onions just got bigger. Your CBS news correspondent Maria Garcia. Salmonella tainted onions are traced to Thompson International out of Bakersfield, California They've recalled all red, white, yellow and sweet yellow onions because of increased salmonella cases and hospitalizations. Newly added to the list of recalled products because they may contain the tainted onions are Murray's and Holtzberg cheese dips and their Delhi brand sold at Kroger for admire fries and Smith stores around the

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Onions in meal delivery service recalled for salmonella

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Onions in meal delivery service recalled for salmonella

"Outbreak and onions just Got bigger. CBS news correspondent Maria Garcia the salmonella tainted onions are traced to Thompson International out of Bakersfield, California They've recalled all red, white, yellow and sweet yellow onions because of increased salmonella cases and hospitalizations. Newly added to the list of recalled products because they may contain the tainted onions are Murray's and Holtzberg cheese dips and their Delhi brand sold at Kroger for admire fries and Smith stores around the country. We've got more info

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Salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens nearly 900 in 47 states

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens nearly 900 in 47 states

"Salmonella outbreak has been linked to re called Onion sold nationwide. CBS News correspondent Maria Garcia has more the salmonella tainted onions are traced to Thompson International out of Bakersfield, California They've recalled all red white yellow. And sweet yellow onions because of increased salmonella cases and hospitalizations, newly added to the list of recalled products because they may contain the tainted onions are Murray's and Holtzberg cheese dips and their Delhi brand sold at Kroger for admire fries and Smith stores around the country More on the home page of w t o p dot com.

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Red onion recall: Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to hundreds of people sickened in 31 states

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Red onion recall: Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to hundreds of people sickened in 31 states

"The FDA is blaming red onions from a company in California for an outbreak of salmonella that sickened nearly 400 people, the agency said. The infections in 31 states I've been traced to Thompson International in Bakersfield, California, The company is recalling all of their onions, red, white, yellow and sweet. The FDA said that if consumers retailers are restaurants are unable to tell if they're onions air from Thompson International, they should throw the produce out. The Public Health Agency of Canada is also investigating a salmonella outbreak that has a similar genetic fingerprint to the one in the U. S. Of the 369 reported illnesses. 59 people were hospitalized. There have been no death so far linked to the outbreak. California had the most cases at 49 followed by Montana at 33 Michigan at 23

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Health officials link US salmonella outbreak to red onions

WBZ Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Health officials link US salmonella outbreak to red onions

"NewsRadio main appears to be the on ly New England state affected by an outbreak of salmonella poisoning traced back to red onions. It is already sickened nearly 400 people in 31 states. Federal health officials say the onions likely came from a company based in Bakersfield, California, the CDC urging anyone with symptoms of salmonella poisoning to contact their doctor

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Nationwide salmonella outbreak linked to red onions

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Nationwide salmonella outbreak linked to red onions

"Food and Drug Administration report issued Friday says red onions from a California supplier may have caused a nationwide salmonella outbreak that sickened nearly 400 people in 31 states. The FDA identified Thompson International of Bakersfield as the likely source of potentially contaminated red onions. All of those red onions and more have been recalled by the company, New York reported some of those infections.

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