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Siakam scores 18 in return, Raptors beat Cavaliers 100-88

AP News Radio

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Siakam scores 18 in return, Raptors beat Cavaliers 100-88

"He had 18 points and 11 rebounds after missing the last ten games with a strained adductor muscle. OG and OB led Ultron scores about 20, while Scotty Barnes chipped in 11 points off the bench. Darius Garland was the Cavs leading score 18 points in ten assists, while Donovan Mitchell was held to just 8 points in 25 minutes of action.

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Young hits Griffin for OT buzzer-beater, Hawks top Raptors

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Young hits Griffin for OT buzzer-beater, Hawks top Raptors

"Trae Young and AJ Griffin hooked up for a buzzer beating layup to give the hawks a one 24 one 22 overtime win against the raptors Young threw a long pass to Griffin for the winning bucket one of young's ten assists He also had 29 points for the hawks who trailed one O 8 one O one with two 36 remaining in regulation We've got to go on Ryan They want to run We went on run So long game So we just can't stop at any time And we knew we had a chance come back in the game we just kept learning Griffin scored 8 of his 17 points in OT Scotty Barnes dropped in a season high 26 points and OG I don't know be had 23 for Toronto I'm Dave ferry

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Democrats Are on the Run

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:43 min | Last month

Democrats Are on the Run

"Adam laksa, the next senator from Nevada, and I really pick only had to be true, in fact, last night I was on special report with Brett. Bear and Britt Hume and Mar-a-Lago and Britt he was trying to remember all the people who are winning and Adam, your biggest problem is everyone's banking the win. I don't want people to bank the win. You got to run through the tape, man. No question. I mean, look, we're blessed, we've been up in the last 9 out of the ten poles, but it is a one to two point race. And they got a great turnout machine. And so nobody better take their foot off the guy. No question that chuck Schumer and the Democrats are pouring money in literally every single day. They're pouring more money in to try to save mast cell. Am I argument last night, Adam? The fetterman catastrophe for Democrats is that it crushed enthusiasm everywhere, and it brought down the lefties like Warnock and Mandela Barnes and federman, but also brought down Cortes masto and Bennett and Murray and all the pretend moderate. They're just, they're all exposed. Their agenda has been so disastrous as anyone think they've done a good job in Nevada. Well, the bottom line is they spent $90 million trying to prop up her record and of course ran from Joe Biden and pretended like she didn't even know who he is, but that's what we're doing right now. We're in the middle of a 14 straight day, 40 plus stop bus tour and every single county of the state enthusiasm is soaring and for your Nevada listeners, Adam laksa, dot com backslash events, join us, be part of closed in this thing out.

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Ron Johnson Makes Case for Reelection in Wisconsin

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:52 min | Last month

Ron Johnson Makes Case for Reelection in Wisconsin

"Doctor Oz not only won last night, so did senator Ron Johnson Mandela Barnes is more radical than John fetterman. John fetterman lied about all of his previous positions. I wonder if Mandela Barnes is trying the same thing. Ron Johnson joins us now. Good morning, senator. How goes the effort up north? Good morning, Hugh and yes, he is lying about everything. That's all Democrats have, they can't descend 40 year high inflation record gas prices, skyrocketing crime, deadly drugs flowing through our open border. They've got nothing other than lies and character assassination and they have no problem doing it, by the way. So just pointing about our politics is the left has no problem lying through their teeth and of course we have the media amplifying their lives. I've never seen a combined arms campaign of the media of the DNC and democratic candidates fail so miserably, though, senator, because you can't tell people that inflation isn't real and you can't warn them, you can't not warn them about crime. Let's start with crime. Because I understand in Wisconsin, it is a huge issue. It is from 2019 to 2021 statewide murders are up 70%. You may walk the same time frame 93%. We're on phase two have another record number of murders in Milwaukee. Carjackings are way up. And of course, we just witnessed the trial of Christmas prayed murderer that is now in the hands of the jury, hopefully to decide quickly. But of course, that's spilled over me. That was the result of low bail no bail policy. That guy should not have been out on bail. Those 6 people should be alive today. They'll 60 people should not have ever been injured, but that is exactly the kind of policies that the radical left is pushing on society and making society and our neighborhoods far less safe.

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Dinesh D'Souza: We Don't Question IDs; Why Question Surveillance?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | Last month

Dinesh D'Souza: We Don't Question IDs; Why Question Surveillance?

"Like hey how about we institute a vigorous surveillance system of these bail boxes the left to go no no no no no you can't have that either I mean this is really a damned if you do damned if you don't the classic sense isn't it Well a very good way to think about all this is simply to ask in any context other than voting would this requirement be suspect And so take voter ID Nobody says that if you show up to a bank and they ask you for an ID it's banking suppression Nobody says that if you show up at an airport and they ask you for an ID it's airline suppression But somehow if you show up to vote and they ask you for an ID it's a voter suppression So right there you know something's wrong because it is only in this context that the ID is interpreted as some form of intimidation The same with surveillance Nobody questions the fact that there's constant surveillance particularly when there is a possibility of something being of some sort of shenanigans going on And yet when it comes to the mail and drop boxes and only the mail and dropboxes suddenly surveillance become something that's threatening it's going to scare people It's going to deter them from voting And so on why would you be deterred from voting if you were casting a lawful vote We're talking to dinesh d'souza check out his movie 2000 mules It's 2000 meals dot com right Then it's just at the website It's 2000 meals dot com and there's now today out a new book that sort of more systematically and fully lays out that case Things that you can't put in the movie are in the book And also an answer to critics Oh great Where do they get the book Wherever you are you can buy books On Amazon Barnes and noble just about anywhere that you can buy a book

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 Raptors overcome Mitchell's 31 points, beat Cavs 108-105

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Raptors overcome Mitchell's 31 points, beat Cavs 108-105

"Pascal siakam had 23 points and 11 rebounds as Toronto used a furious fourth quarter comeback to beat the Cavaliers one O 8 one O 5 at Scotiabank arena Gary Trent junior added 19 points while OG aronov finished with 18 as the rafters got balanced scoring all night finishing with 6 players in double figures Scottie Barnes and Fred van vliet finished with 15 apiece The homeside clawed back from an 8 point deficit to start the final 12 minutes Cleveland's prized off season acquisition Donovan Mitchell led the way for the visitors and all scores with

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Ainsley Earhardt: Working With Illustrator Kim Barnes

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Ainsley Earhardt: Working With Illustrator Kim Barnes

"And I asked my daughter pick the one that you like and she we talked about it And we kept going back to this one artist And her name is Kim Barnes And we loved the way that she illustrates And so my daughter who was 6 and a half now probably at that point she was 5 and she chose this illustrator and she just it's just a beautiful book of all different colors all different sizes some of the children are in wheelchairs and just everyone has a different story And I told my daughter I said I feel like this book looks like heaven This is what heaven is going to look like We all look different but we're all God's children And so my daughter and I have dance parties in our kitchen and we've been doing that since gosh since she was born And I had this big Tupperware container and I bring it into the kitchen and I put all these I have all these instruments in it and we pull out the instruments and we blare the music depending on what stage she's in in her life I play the music that's important to her and we run around the whole apartment in the den in the kitchen and the hallway area and we play these instruments And so there is a stands in the book that says that you basically played all the instruments and blow the brass horn and we are so glad you were born And so it's just a beautiful image of what we do in our House and in the illustrator who lives in the UK actually I didn't know that when I selected her and I talked to her throughout the process And I was covering the queen's funeral So we talked about that and she said ainsley in my backyard I have a big fence And I let my children go out there with watercolors and they paint the fence And so I said that is so cool So I told my daughter about that So we do that in the bathtub I let her paint the walls of the bathtub But she has this big sense and that's one of the pages in the book

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Wisconsin Senate Candidate Slams America's Work Ethic

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Wisconsin Senate Candidate Slams America's Work Ethic

"Mandela Barnes, cut number four. We have to play it to continue to push forward on that journey of progress and equity. We have to emphasize the importance of grassroots work at every community of which not only our federalist state representatives, but also our local issues. And as we've seen over the last several weeks, our school board members, especially and I need to get to the point about critical race theory. That's something else too. It would be foolish to assume that the wealth of America was already justly. The foolish to assume the wealth of America was earned justly. I find that astonishing that anyone would vote for someone like that. The Fourteenth Amendment passing in 1868, slavery, of course, ending with the Civil War. There was still injustice after that separate, but equal remained the law of the land until 1954. And so it's only been 70 years since we got started on truly treating people equally. And that wasn't perfected, certainly. But everyone who built their own business out there, you didn't build that. That's what Barack Obama said and what Mandela Barnes believed. John

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Doug Welcomes Robert Bork, Jr. of the Antitrust Education Project

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Doug Welcomes Robert Bork, Jr. of the Antitrust Education Project

"In his mind, just joy today to have bob board junior owned, he has been a leader in this industry, not only following up on what his father, Robert bork had done, judge bork had done. But in his own right working with this today, bob, welcome to the podcast today. It's such a pleasure to finally be on, I'm sorry about the delays, but here we are. Yay. We made it. Well, to get everybody started off, tell us about where what you're doing now, your organization, and then we're just going to dive head deep into this stuff. The semi short version is that for a long time, I was a reporter and then got sick of that and decided to get a grown-up job. And worked in corporate communications and strategy, but most recently, and really this is a labor of love for my father. I saw in 2016 or so that Elizabeth Warren and others were having sort of their left wing Appalachian meeting to discuss how to hijack antitrust and turn it into a weapon against business, not just big business, all business. And my first thought was, well, I wonder where my dad's book is. And he had written a book called the antitrust paradox in 1978, but it was out of print. And you couldn't find it unless you wanted to spend three or $400 on an old copy. So I decided we needed to get the book back into print. And I asked Mike Lee, senator Mike Lee to write a new introduction. And I wrote a new forward and took some time, but we got it out. It's on Amazon and Barnes and noble. It's very readable. Anyway, I need to start with that. And then I thought, this is getting ugly. Particularly when Joe Biden won The White House and Democrats had both houses of Congress and you saw lots of really insane legislation and the appointment of Lena Khan, who is just a Marxist, you know, put in charge of the FTC, decided we had to get in there and start fighting, so I created the antitrust education project and have been doing lots and lots of media and writing pieces in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere to try to explain why the consumer welfare standard, which was my father's contribution to antitrust back in 1978 and has been basically the operating system for antitrust enforcement for the last 43 years, ought to be preserved against these lunatics

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Ron Johnson Holds the Line in Wisconsin

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Ron Johnson Holds the Line in Wisconsin

"Rove is at my guest yesterday, and he characterized you as a happy warrior, and he implied that the races going very well for you and Wisconsin against the very radical Mandela Barnes is Carl Wright. Well, listen, I joined trying to be in a good mood. I understand we're up against and here we know what we're up against. We have a Democrat party and radical left that only can conduct diversionary operations. They can not talk about the results of their disastrous policies in the government. They're not going to talk about 40 year high inflation. They can't address gasoline prices because they purposely drove them up. They can't talk about rising crime because they're defund police movement and all their anti law enforcement rhetoric is certainly fueling that crisis. They can't talk about the border because they open it up allowing a flood of illegal immigrants to deadly drugs. So all they have are diversions. So that's what President Biden's speech was about. That's what all the lies distortions. The character assassinations against myself, the politics personal structure. That's all they have.

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Is Fetterman up to the Job?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Is Fetterman up to the Job?

"Now, Doctor Oz is getting better. He's been on this show once. He's coming back and I was impressed. He was on with Brett bear last night, and I was impressed. And John fetterman is hurt. And I have sympathy for him and prayers for him, but I don't know if you can win incapacitated. Carl, does that happen? Will occasionally happens, but you have to be enormously popular or politically very adroit. And he started out ahead, but I think people are looking at him and saying, is he up to the job? Is he up to the task? But in a way, it's sort of like hiding another weakness, which is, again, much like Mandela Barnes, here's a guy with extreme views. Meaning he literally said that the referring to another state official he said he did this other state official plan that you could let a third of the people out of Pennsylvania state prisons without affecting public safety and federman said, I agree with that and I think it's very profound and I mean, again, once again, this guy is very, very much to the left of the Democratic Party in his state and yet he won the nomination and Oz has him Doctor Oz has a great opportunity to cross some distinctions here.

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Dodgers pummel Brewers again, Heaney 10 Ks in 12-6 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Dodgers pummel Brewers again, Heaney 10 Ks in 12-6 win

"The Dodgers beat up on the brewers 12 to 6 Andrew he allowed two runs over 6 innings with ten strikeouts his catcher Austin Barnes He was really good you know his fastball has had a lot of life on it They threw a slider really well today too We got a lot of swinging mask I think he had ten punches so it was a really good start Barnes hit a two run Homer and had four RBIs max Muncie Cody Bellinger and Joey Gallo each drove in two Milwaukee's Adrian Hauser was rocked for 5 runs over just two and a third innings Hauser drops to four and 9 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Tony Gonsolin wins 15th as Dodgers nip Brewers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Tony Gonsolin wins 15th as Dodgers nip Brewers 2-1

"Tony Gonzalez became the national league's first 15 game winner 7 scoreless innings led the way in the Dodgers two to one win over the brewers Gonzalez now 15 and one gave up just two hits Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says it was good to see Godzilla have a longer start Control the entire game And so for him to go deep one continues to build that confidence that he's had all year long and number two is we got a chance to stay away from some guys tonight Dodgers closer Craig kimbrell worked around trouble in the knife stranded two runners to end the game Austin Barnes and max Muncie hit solo home runs for the Dodgers offense Check Freeman Milwaukee

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"barnes" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"<Speech_Male> The drag of <Speech_Male> Biden hasn't rendered <Speech_Male> him politically <Speech_Male> paralyzed. <Speech_Male> He is, by training, <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> community organizer. <Speech_Male> So he knows how <Speech_Male> to build a campaign <Speech_Male> that can move hearts. <Speech_Male> And in recent <Speech_Male> weeks, he <Speech_Male> managed the unthinkable, <Speech_Male> clearing the <Speech_Male> field of his <Speech_Male> primary opponents, <Speech_Male> earning their endorsements, <Speech_Male> and in one <Speech_Male> case, almost <Speech_Male> $600,000 <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of their remaining <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> ad time. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The result <Speech_Male> is stronger <Speech_Male> support for <Speech_Male> Barnes among <Speech_Male> Democrats than <Speech_Male> Johnson enjoys <Speech_Male> with his fellow Republicans, <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> among independents, <Speech_Music_Male> it's a <Speech_Music_Male> statistical jump <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> ball, according to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> marquette university's <Speech_Male> most recent <Speech_Male> polling, and <Speech_Male> a hypothetical <Speech_Male> head to head, <Speech_Male> Barnes has the <Speech_Male> narrowest of <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> leads. <Speech_Male> But talents <Speech_Male> and hustle only <Speech_Male> go so far, <Speech_Male> the national headwinds <Speech_Male> are against <Speech_Male> Democrats. <Speech_Male> His opponent, <Speech_Male> Johnson, has been in <Speech_Male> the Senate for two <Speech_Male> terms and has <Speech_Male> an almost two <Speech_Male> and a half times <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> fundraising advantage <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> over Barnes. <Speech_Male> Polling has shown a <Speech_Male> very tight race <Speech_Male> so far, <Speech_Male> but that could shift <Speech_Male> after both barns <Speech_Male> and Johnson <Speech_Male> put the primaries <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> behind them on <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Tuesday night. <Speech_Male> It's been tough <Speech_Male> for Democrats to <Speech_Male> land any blows <Speech_Male> that stick with Wisconsin <Speech_Male> voters. <Speech_Male> Even after $6 million <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> outside spending, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> going after Johnson. <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> During a recent four <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> day visit, <Speech_Male> it was tough to find <Speech_Male> any evidence <Speech_Male> that Johnson's <Speech_Male> recent proposal <Speech_Male> to end <Speech_Male> Medicare and social <Speech_Male> security as <Speech_Male> automatic spending <Speech_Male> programs <Speech_Male> was persuading <Speech_Male> anyone on either side. <Speech_Male> Johnson <Speech_Male> may have an <Speech_Music_Male> oppo book <Speech_Male> the size of <Speech_Male> a yellow pages. <Speech_Male> But it hasn't <Speech_Male> been able to <Speech_Male> bury him yet. <Speech_Male> The $12 million <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> in outside spending <Speech_Male> to back Johnson <Speech_Male> sure seems to help. <Silence> Still, <Speech_Male> Barnes <Speech_Male> is as optimistic <Speech_Male> as he is hungry. <Speech_Male> Shortly after <Speech_Male> finishing his meeting <Speech_Male> with time, <Speech_Male> he's back in campaign <Speech_Male> mode, this time <Speech_Male> in a revitalized <Speech_Male> part of Milwaukee's <Speech_Male> downtown, <Speech_Male> as <Speech_Male> patrons finish up <Speech_Male> their fried cheese <Speech_Male> curds, Cajun <Speech_Male> style hash, <Speech_Male> and an egg dish dubbed <Speech_Male> the Benedict <Speech_Male> Cumberbatch. <Speech_Male> Barnes <Speech_Male> volunteer <Speech_Male> starts to show up on the <Speech_Male> sidewalks with <Speech_Male> signs urging people <Speech_Music_Male> to attend the <Speech_Male> campaign's next <Speech_Male> event inside <Speech_Male> a local brewery. <Silence> We won't <Speech_Male> change Washington <Speech_Male> until we <Speech_Male> change the people <Speech_Male> we're sending to <Speech_Male> Washington. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Barnes says, after <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> hopping on a stage <Speech_Male> and looking out at <Speech_Male> a packed room where <Speech_Male> supporters spilled <Speech_Male> into the sidewalk <Speech_Male> cafe. <Silence> Those <Speech_Male> fans include a lot of familiar <Speech_Male> faces who <Speech_Male> share his pluck. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> I've known Mandela <Speech_Male> Barnes since he was <Speech_Male> born. I've <Speech_Male> known his mom before she <Speech_Male> was pregnant with him, <Speech_Male> says <Speech_Male> 69 year old <Speech_Male> nurse rosemary <Speech_Male> erkens, <Speech_Male> before joking, <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> she thought the name <Speech_Male> might have been too much. <Silence> I said <Speech_Male> to her, girl, <Speech_Male> you named him Mandela. <Speech_Male> That <Speech_Male> boy's got to do <Speech_Male> great things for that. <Silence> Well, <Speech_Male> we're now looking for <Speech_Male> young people to take over <Speech_Male> because the folks in <Speech_Male> there now have <Silence> <Advertisement> blown it. <Speech_Male> The national mood <Speech_Male> may be <Speech_Male> toxic for Democrats, <Speech_Male> but <Speech_Male> long honed <Speech_Male> relationships like <Speech_Male> that may give <Speech_Male> Barnes a fighting <Speech_Male> chance to defy <Speech_Male> political gravity. <Speech_Male> After all, if <Speech_Male> 2020 showed us <Speech_Male> nothing, it was <Speech_Male> that black <Speech_Music_Male> voters, black women, <Speech_Music_Male> in particular, <Speech_Male> made Biden <Speech_Male> president <Speech_Music_Male> and shouldn't be <Speech_Male> discounted. <Speech_Male> The open <Speech_Male> question for those watching <Speech_Male> this race? <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> How much of <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the black community <Speech_Male> will get to the polls? <Silence> <Speech_Male> Barnes, <Speech_Music_Male> as betting a lot.

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"barnes" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Milwaukee. For most politicians, a stop into Sunday services is a photo op meant to check a box. A signal that they are a person of faith who respects the congregants whose votes can swing elections. The faith leaders know the game, an in and out affair for the politician who often arrives just before they are due to say a few words at the pulpit, only to duck out a side door almost immediately after. Then, there's Mandela Barnes, the lieutenant governor of Wisconsin and the clear favorite in Tuesday's democratic primary to via against senator Ron Johnson this fall. On a recent Sunday, a 35 year old activist turned player in the Democratic Party, did the work inside the amani neighborhood's tabernacle community baptist church. Barnes is two and a half hour visit Sunday morning, wasn't announced to the public, and no local newspapers or television stations got any footage of him sitting on the left side of the sanctuary, and sincerely communing with his faith. For most of the service, he sat there as an observer, like any other worshipper, until it was his turn to speak. I am no stranger. This is not my first time, and like I tell you every time it won't be my last. I know this community. I know us, like no other. Barnes said to applause before launching a careful indictment of a system that has benefited people like Johnson, the Republican incumbent, who may be in one of the toughest beds for survival this cycle. I think about the things we go through as a society. And as a community, while constantly being ignored, he continued. We have people who have turned their backs on us, and voted against pandemic relief. People who wouldn't vote for the infrastructure Bill that wants to remove lead from our communities. They couldn't be bothered to read legislation because they just don't get it. This fluency with his constituents is expected to pay dividends with black voters, while only about 9% of voters in Wisconsin's last midterms were black, they fueled major wins in Milwaukee county, which is about a quarter black and went to democratic by about 40 points. In other words, most Democrats hope to run up their tallies in Milwaukee and the progressive gem of Madison, while holding Republicans margins to non blowouts and the shrinking rural parts of the state. In this area he will get the black vote, says Carl Ballard, a 71 year old retired laborer, who now serves as a deacon at tabernacle. If we can get the blacks to vote and they count every black vote, he can get this white state. Barnes gets that argument,

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Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Personal Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Personal Journey

"John. I should have done this right at the beginning. I just jumped in because I know you and I wanted us to just get busy with the meat of our discussion. But tell us your story because you said from the beginning you don't see America as a racist country. You see it as the greatest country. You do see it as a sinful country, which of course it is, because why human beings live in the country, and we are all fallen. And if you are a country of sinners, then the nation will be sinful as well. Will you tell us your personal journey and how you got to be past the John today and how you arrived at where you are? Yes, thank you so much. I was born and what we call are the wrong side of the tracks. I wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth. My mother took care of four children taking care, making no more than $28,000 a year. We lived in a shelter for nearly a year when we moved from Elizabeth city, North Carolina to Raleigh North Carolina in just the fast forward to today. You know, you can go from living in a shelter in America to now having your book on a shelf in Barnes and nobles if you work and if you labor. And if you are productive. As relates to me writing the book erased during the summer of 2020, while liberal mayors and governors were telling people in their state to defund the police and to stand back all around the country and allowing anarchists to burn down city after city while being at one of the busiest abortion clinics in the southeast, a black father walked up to me and he said, why are you out here fighting a white man's issue? And this day he was wearing a BLM shirt. He was out there to abort. His child, but he tells me why are you fighting a white man's issue as if fighting against abortion is a white evangelical problem or issue alone.

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"barnes" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"I remember the hallways. I remember the bathrooms, the DJ booth, the patio area, and seeing that whole situation play out on the news. It just literally hit very close to home. To this day, pulse remains the single deadliest incident of violence against LGBTQ+ people in the U.S.. When the one year anniversary rolled around, Kia couldn't believe it. There had hardly been any coverage memorializing the loss. And so my first even, I did a candlelit vigil at MSR lesbian bar. The only lesbian bar in the southeast actually, from that businesses and sponsors reached out to MSR to make it bigger and better, and that's how we ended up organizing equality march. And it was a huge turnout. Thousands of people elected officials, I also think that's like a great example of how one voice can make such a huge difference because we did raise money and we did donated to that post Orlando fund. Kia's work, like her beginnings organizing queer lead events, is all about safety. Literally, the safety of being able to come out and exist without fear, and also knowing that you're going to a safe space. A venue full of people who respect and maybe even share, your identity. I have to say that of all the blessings that have come from my career as an entertainer, the most gratifying part is seeing the smiles on the LGBTQ community's face when they come into my events and shows and productions. Because I am very intentional about making it about them and about us and about everyone. I'm out there thanking people for coming out and like complimenting the unique outfits and just trying to make everybody feel love and important and accepted and special because I know that I so badly needed that and my students who I couldn't save when we were in the classroom, they needed that a safe space to me is where any and everyone can be accepted and appreciated for being uniquely themselves. And that is exactly what I try to do with all of my events. You'll never see my events with a high ticket price. I also always try to make sure I use LGBTQ owned businesses and I book LGBTQ talent. I don't care if it's pride and I have a huge budget. Why on earth would I pour money made off of our community into somebody else who just comes in for the big check and they haven't put in the work week after week to entertain and help build up this clientele. So I just try to keep it good and gay. As Kia's initiatives grew in scope, so did the support she received for that work and the strength of the allies who backed her. One of those supporters was Mercedes Benz. And when you see mainstream corporations like Mercedes Benz throwing their weight and support behind us, it's undeniable that we are now a part of the story. We're not on the outskirts. We're not taboo. Mercedes makes me feel like they actually care. Not just to get the biggest names, but they do like the work of digging into the community and finding the real movers and shakers. And giving us a platform and opportunity to share our stories and pull in the support of the community and continue to create even more queer safe spaces. And my mother's always driven a Mercedes. I haven't Mercedes too. And it's just the best. Nothing compares to a Mercedes, and that's a fact. Today, here's a member of the district attorney's LGBTQ advisory board. There, she helped guide legislative changes to aid the LGBTQ+ community. From allocating district resources, to mental health aid to community safety. Kia's dedication comes from working as an educator and activist and an entertainer. It's a testament to the spirit of pride. A party, and a protest. The first pride was a protest. There's nothing wrong with partying for pride. I absolutely want to party for pride because I think we have a lot to celebrate. But also remember, if you only show up for the party and you're not showing up at the ballot or if you're not donating to our causes and supporting the elected officials who are still fighting for gay rights today, you're really missing out on the main point of pride. Because marriage is still not guaranteed, now is a time where many states are rolling out rules where you really you literally can not even mention gay in the classroom at all. So really, the purpose of pride is still a protest. The glitter is a protest, all of it is saying like, we're still fighting for our freedom. Throughout her career, Kia has fought for the right to be authentically herself. And that's the reason we're celebrating her story today. This Pride Month, Kia ended up on the third biggest billboard in Times Square. I wish I could go back to every single one of my students who I could not stand up for. I wish I could touch every one of them on the shoulder and let them know this billboard in Times Square, although it has my face on it. It feels so much more so attribute to freedom and happiness and believing in yourself that billboard looks like every single one of my students every single one of my coworkers that was held back or teased is not just me on that board. The church, all of that. Everybody that has something to say, boom, maybe you were wrong, because that's not a gay billboard. That's mainstream. That's everybody. And just like Mercedes Benz, co signing with the queer community. Times are changing. Times are changing. We're not the bad guys. We're not the monsters. People aren't afraid of us. We are just as much a part of the community as everybody else. That's about it. Just happy girl, I'm just happy such a beautiful time for me. I'm about to go see myself in Times Square. With my fiance, during the Juneteenth weekend, all kinds of freedom in this space. All month, we're talking about pride on stage. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. Special thanks to Jenny and Liz caplan for inviting me to guest host. Talk to you on Monday..

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Justice Thomas, Created Equal

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | 5 months ago

Justice Thomas, Created Equal

"Know how do they find the film. How can they find a book called created equal, let them know what they got, Mark. Sure, Brandon, thanks. So creative equal to movie is on Amazon. It's on lots of different platforms it's on like Apple TV and all this stuff, but probably the best place to get Amazon. You can get the DVD on Amazon. If you go to manifold productions dot com, which is Michael tax company, they'll have the listing of all the platform it's available on. So the easiest place is how the Amazon.com, but it's a great movie. It's two hours long. It's just really powerful and tax plans. The book just came out this week and it's available on Amazon. It's in Barnes and nobles. It's all bookstores. And again, it's based on that movie, but it's from the 25 hours of interviews that Michael pack did with clarence Thomas. And it's really just an amazing insight into his life. Great stuff like remember the movie as a song smiling faces from the 70s. So Claire Thomas is smiling faces. People smile in your face and they want to do you harm. That's what he calls liberals the northeastern liberals who wanted to savage him and sort of act nice, but then from behind. And he says, he's thinking about that song when he was testifying and watching those liberals coming after him. So it's those sorts of things that are these great we've talked about big issues and kind of neat issues like that. The books that had impact on his life like invisible man by Ralph Ellison, native son, Richard Wright, the fountainhead by Ayn Rand. So it's just barbershop with the movie he loved because it reminded him of going to the barbershop with his grandfather. He talks about the barbershop down in Savannah 1955. And it's just a wonderful captures justice Thomas's life in a really good way.

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Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

"I am also a senior columnist of town hall you might want to check out my new column Is John cornyn on drugs Because I hope he's on drugs because that's the best possible explanation for the insanity of his gun sellout And I'm also the author of will be back The fallen rise of America a book about where we are how we got here what pitfalls we face is are we just going to fade away like Japan where everybody's going to get old and live with their cats and have no kids Are we going to have a national divorce Are we going to have a Civil War I look at that I leverage my military experience including my time at the army war college I was at the U.S. Army war college which is the Chico state of war colleges It's a party war college but I leverage that And Dan bongino has blurbed the book A great Dan bongino actually says this is a good book You're going to like it go get it Are you going to disappoint Dan Are you going to break Dan's heart Pre order We'll be back the phone rise of America comes out July 12th and you can get it on Amazon or Barnes and noble where all the other book places

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Why Doesn't Clarence Thomas Ask Many Questions? Michael Pack Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Why Doesn't Clarence Thomas Ask Many Questions? Michael Pack Explains

"In closing here, I have to ask you, what does he say in the book in the movie? I've not seen the movie. I've been meaning to. And I encourage our audience to check it out, created equal. About him not asking questions very often. What is the reason for that? We talked to him about this in the movie. Any more extensively in the book. And it's not too late to see the film, as I said. It's still screaming. You know, Amazon and many other places, if you go to our website, manifold productions dot com. You could find out how to stream it. And it's not an either or I recommend people watch the movie, and read the book, which is also available at Amazon and Barnes and nobles, and wherever else folks are sold. But he does talk about that at length. He really feels that each advocate during oral argument gets 30 minutes. And he thinks it's their time. And anything that any justice question or argument between the justice takes away from their time. And he wants to give him a chance to make their case. But maybe more importantly, as Mark was saying earlier, he talks about the process in the court and we are very focused on oral argument, but this is an appeals court, and that's not the heart of what they do. What they mainly do is write opinions, circulate them, discuss them. We're just as Thomas takes a leadership role as Mark said he wrote more opinions than any other justice. He defends them. He talks about them. He has a major leadership role. Many people now call this the Thomas court, whereas it's really the Roberts court, but in some ways he's the intellectual leader. And he just has a different view of oral argument.

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Evan Barnes Set up Joey Sulipeck to Be Portrayed as a Racist

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Evan Barnes Set up Joey Sulipeck to Be Portrayed as a Racist

"barnes" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"The I haven't really woken up. Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal, and I know this is true because before breakfast, I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand. Nothing gets the morning going like the first sip of an iced coffee. Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m.. Price and participation may vary. McDonald's, I'm loving it. Welcome back dear Friends, this is of course America first one on one with me your host Sebastian gorka former strategist to president Trump. And still currently presidential appointee to the national defense education board. And today, well, look, sometimes we have guests that I want to have on because I'm huge fans and have been for the longest time. People whose work I respect, and then there are others who members of my family, my team, say, you know, you've got to check this guy out. And he's going to come on one on one. And that is the case today, we are delighted to have with us Robert Barnes trial lawyer just kind of data based individual bit of a troublemaker and that's what we like. Robert Barnes, welcome to America first one on one. Happy to be here. Robert, let's start for those who are not familiar with your work, your background, what you do on your out there in the media every single day. Talk to us about your background, your training and what is the focus of your work today. Sure, Emma constitutional lawyer do civil criminal cases do tax cases do cases around the country and across the globe, clients are across the board politically. So it represented everybody from the Green Party and the peace and freedom party to the Libertarian Party and the taxpayers party and the Conservative Party. Everybody from Wesley Snipes and Julie Stein and a range of others to president Trump and a range of people, the Covington kids, you name it. So the only thing that's in common is that most of my clients are underdog clients and their cases and causes concern matters of constitutional liberty. Excellent. I want to talk to you specifically, spend some of our time talking about defamation and how we can fight back against the smear factory that the left has become. But first things first, I love this movies, seems like a nice guy had a few taxes issues in the past is Wesley Snipes is nice the guys he seems. Oh, absolutely. It was a sincere, straightforward, everyday guy, had some, you know, creative questions for the IRS, but he figured that, hey, the IRS would answer his questions and instead they gave him an indicted indictment, but he was ultimately acquitted of all felony charges all fraud charges all conspiracy charges even half the misdemeanor charges and ultimately got a good, very good resolution with the IRS. But yeah, he's one of the nicest people I've known, actually kind of an introvert, which people might be surprised by is a successful actor, but a very good guy. Not the only actor who is an introvert. I think that's quite a common thing. I have another personal question. I understand you're quite successful internationally in political betting and as an immigrant to this nation. I don't like betting in general. I think it has destroyed many, many lives, just that like alcohol has. However, growing up as a kid in the UK, the bookie, the political bets before every election. That was a big deal and usually a damn sight more accurate than anything the pollsters were doing. Why is it here in America that this is the one thing you can't bet on? I know it's crazy. I have to always fly to London in order to bet. Do you have a small political betting market called predicted here, but when I went into bed on Brexit, I had to go over on the parliamentary elections. I had to go over and the U.S. presidential elections was the biggest individual political bet I'd ever been made. I'd made small bets with friends over the years and had made there used to be something you could bet small amounts on. But to make the size and scale I was gonna make on Trump had to go right to London in the UK, but end up being a good experience because that ended up being the biggest payout I've ever.

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"barnes" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"I am restructuring your learning path to meet your new goal of becoming a game developer. I'm sold. Thank you. Get the learning GPS today. Welcome to overthrowing education. I'm about 7, and I'm so glad you are listening because my guest Matt Barnes has so many great takeaways for parents and educators. I hope this episode is heard by more parents because Matt's message about them should be heard by everyone. It could literally, and I actually mean that in the literal sense, not the hyperbolic overused way, it could literally change education in amazing ways. So please share this episode with every parent you know. I guess speaking of amazing, as I was editing this episode, I realized that I said, amazing, way too many times. So, if you were the first person to tweet out with the correct number of times, I said, amazing. On this episode and make sure to tag me at overthrowing Ed, I will send you an overthrowing education mug. Anyway, Matt also has discussed help for teachers who want to see real changes in education. And speaking of making great changes in education, you'll hear us talk about gem, the global education movement. At the time of our interview, I hadn't been able to attend a Thursday meeting, but since that time, I become a bit of a regular and I've gotten to know Matt even better. And I have to say the more I know him, the more impressed I am. And now, my conversation with.

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"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

"There was a bit of a hippie. Which which would have made him a target somebody but he came straight up to me for some reason the other boys because it would killed him and he knew my brother john. John had a bit of a reputation as being in band since he was twelve. And this guy came up where getting the band together and we want. We're looking for a singer. Your be okay. You might be your brother. So i looked seemed surreal. Hippie is looked like he's is long hair and boxes and they look like he didn't fit my gang. I thought well this is sort of guys in here but Gave me a piece of paper and said come to this address on saturday. If you're interested in any quickly got. I wish awhi- sanctity and i just shoved at mytalk. I wasn't going to go and am signing the united sort of one of these moments where you get a bit of clara eight. I'm standing there. And i looked at myself. And i'm you know sixteen years old and i spend every night that week hanging around outside and snoop whole whiten to fight with somebody. Don't even and i just thought to myself. What am i do it. No one what am i was so i thought i'm gonna go. I'm gonna go up to an ed. Gave me an address. It was in the city train up in turn very nervous. Leading batsman only bands started and kids and never really audition. So i was really nervous when i didn't take rejection will on the edge. I've had a big night and found a place and it was a women's liberation home in adelaide. Which i i thought immediately to take the piss out of you know. I had no idea that coaches will started in the women's liberation adler for a long long time. This really great. I mean the women ran this home. Empathic and we really re- respect for them and with having the space to rehearse. But i got they're gonna come on and anyway i walked upstairs and sure enough. There was abandoned. They're waiting to rehearse they were nothing. Like my mates. Don was looked like a unique shoot. He was he was a physics student. Ian was a country boy from mossy marshmallow springs and laser. The guy who started coaches or less cosmic was told good looking polish bass player with big flavors and really shiny gear and none of my band said any equipment we can afford it and i remember going in and it was really nervous. Anything the someone's at all. Do you know any songs by free. On of my favorite in the world i knew every solves. I said yeah so. We sang a few songs and immediately they let me join the band like sixteen and a half of that point and that changed my life. It was sort of my ticket out standing in that corner. Think waiting to find. People didn't make any sense to me and hadn't ever made sense to me you know. It's like fate just okay. I'm a and if coaches on. Come along i think i would have just jumped on a train or hitchhiked out and god knows what i would like. My mates are probably would have been dead. I hadn't joined coaches on the first album. The band's fest album came out in early nineteen seventy-nine. Hey did you meet in november of that year. Your boss..

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"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

"There was a bit of a hippie. Which which would have made him a target you. Nobody but he came straight up to me for some reason the boys because it would killed him and he knew my brother john. John had a bit of a reputation as being in band since he was twelve. And this guy came up where getting the band together and we want. We're looking for a singer. Your be okay. You might be your brother. So i looked seemed surreal. Hippie is looked like he's is long hair and boxes and they look like he didn't fit my gang. I thought well this is sort of guys in here but Gave me a piece of paper and said come to this address on saturday. If you're interested in any quickly got. I wish awhi- sanctity and i just shoved at mytalk. I wasn't going to go and am signing the united sort of one of these moments where you get a bit of clara eight. I'm standing there. And i looked at myself. And i'm you know sixteen years old and i spend every night that week hanging around outside and snoop whole whiten to fight with somebody. Don't even and i just thought to myself. What am i do it. No one what am i was so i thought i'm gonna go. I'm gonna go up to an ed. Gave me an address. It was in the city train up in turn very nervous. Leading batsman only bands started and kids and never really audition. So i was really nervous when i didn't take rejection will on the edge. I've had a big night and found a place and it was a women's liberation home in adelaide. Which i i thought immediately to take the piss out of you know. I had no idea that coaches will started in the women's liberation adler say for a long long time. This really great. I mean the women ran this home. Empathic and we really re- respect for them and with having the space to rehearse. But i got they're gonna come on and anyway i walked upstairs and sure enough. There was abandoned. They're waiting to rehearse they were nothing. Like my mates. Don was looked like a unique shoot. He was he was a physics student. Ian was a country boy from mossy marshmallow springs and laser. The guy who started coaches or less cosmic was told good looking polish bass player with big flavors and really shiny gear and none of my band said any equipment we can afford it and i remember going in and it was really nervous. Anything the someone's said all. Do you know any songs by free on of my favorite in the world. I knew every solves. I said yeah so. We sang a few songs and immediately they let me join the band like sixteen and a half of that point and that changed my life. It was sort of my ticket out standing in that corner. Think waiting to find. People didn't make any sense to me and hadn't ever made sense to me you know. It's like fate just okay. I'm a and if coaches on. Come along i think i would have just jumped on a train or hitchhiked out and god knows what i would like. My mates are probably would have been dead. I hadn't joined coaches on the first album. The band's fest album came out in early nineteen seventy-nine. Hey did you meet in november of that year. Your boss..

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"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

"Built the city. Just to give holden's put a factory there and and i think this strain government did a deal with holden's that they bought this big package of language was absolutely horrible. And you know like nothing rose and they and they said yeah you can buy cheap and the factory up. And they said and we'll give you a workforce and they built this city for migrants there and and basically elizabeth. Was you know when i moved. There was all neat new like the new suburbs in and out of sydney and also stuff and within by the time we left a ten years later it was know just horrible it was at all but but initially idea paper they put. They're all there and they had had. Everybody worked at holden's so there was the role the and there was a pumpkin in every sort of district. So the there was plenty of places for the main get drunk before it'd be wives and also to stop so what happened. Was all the problems. They had in britain and most of the immigrants from northern britain. Because it was a big big push in northern britain and and they just throw all the problems that they probably ran up like. I know my parents so we can move to australia and leave at problems behind. you know. my dad's violence and alcoholism and you know whatever. My mom was running from those all sorts of things and they could come here that fresh and it doesn't work like that unless you address the issues like. That's what i find it as well so it was quite a violent place where you tell a story. I think in working class boy of visiting a family friend's house and their fight breaks out between two brothers. Awesome some cigarettes. What happened a miami christmas. I'm gonna feel. It was christmas and we were there friends of my my dad's and it was. I was eight or nine but this couple had two sons one was about seventeen was eighteen and they were arguing about a pack of cigarettes when we the it was getting quite heated. And we're just gonna sit down for dinner. Wanted storm dos and in the bedroom and the door slammed and we're all sitting at the table and and the other brother was sitting across the table for may and june before the meal were served on the The the brother came out in the bedroom.

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"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an abc podcast. When jimmy bonds was a teenager he and some mates kicked in the back door of the apollo stadium in adelaide to see tina and arc turn. Jimmy made his way to the very front and he was transfixed by tina's power her energy legs. He was also mesmerized by the driving. Power of the band unto ike turner's direction the magic combination. Jimmy encountered that not of saul and force and precision is what he's aimed for with his own music. They've been many times with cold chisel and as a solo performer. That he's got there. They have also been times when other things got in the way booze and drugs and the demons of his troubled childhood over the last few years. Jimmy barnes has been bringing those demons out into the lot by riding the story of his life. I in working class boy then working class man and now in his new book killing time and a warning. Jimmy is very candid about his life story and there are elements that some of you might find upsetting. Haji me how well do you remember that. Tina turner gig very well. I mean just from that was just it was inspiring me and my mates by the way we didn't particularly go. See tina turner. We'd just go to any concerts. The apollo stadium which was the big. That was the only international acts played in adelaide. And we were just hoodlums and so basically we'd go there and we had the system we knew there was about tena twenty of us. Oh would kick the back door and there was only two or three bounces so they can only catch a few of us. So you'd sacrifice one or two of your best friends and then you know the rest of his little get in and we used to do this almost every week and not seen all sorts of wonderful things. of course i'd heard river deep mountain high end. It was a fan of that song. But i didn't really know what to expect when a guardian there of course tina don't just looking fabulous in the front of the cats so i did. Everybody does around on the front got fund and it wasn't just you know i was in literally. Just the oh. These legs in front of me was amazing but more than that was just the intensity that the woman sang within the power and the commitment to what she was doing was just and i was standing. There was what. I was like mesmerized by this as a young fellow fourteen or something i know. Stop beating up the side of my own. We were in the garish man. I was watching of just this secret and and it just happened for sake and to gaze pasta these incredible women that were performing and are seen this guy in the back and i noticed everybody in the band was watching him and and he was the was bang everytime he moved these legged abandoned. The next sent it was intense and he was really tasks and it was. I turn and so. I know and as everybody else does knows i turned out to be really bad cat but he knew how to run a band that drive in that power that he was demanding from us band the push tina hotter and hotter every every show an obviously because she did so much after she left. She hadn't even hit full speech..

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"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an abc podcast. When jimmy bonds was a teenager he and some mates kicked in the back door of the apollo stadium in adelaide to see tina and arc turn. Jimmy made his way to the very front and he was transfixed by tina's power her energy legs. He was also mesmerized by the driving. Power of the band unto ike turner's direction the magic combination. Jimmy encountered that not of saul and force and precision is what he's aimed for with his own music. They've been many times with cold chisel and as a solo performer. That he's got there. They have also been times when other things got in the way booze and drugs and the demons of his troubled childhood over the last few years. Jimmy barnes has been bringing those demons out into the lot by riding the story of his life. I in working class boy then working class man and now in his new book killing time and a warning. Jimmy is very candid about his life story and there are elements that some of you might find upsetting. Haji me how well do you remember that. Tina turner gig very well. I mean just from that was just it was inspiring me and my mates by the way we didn't particularly go. See tina turner. We'd just go to any concerts. The apollo stadium which was the big. That was the only international acts played in adelaide. And we were just hoodlums and so basically we'd go there and we had the system we knew there was about tena twenty of us. Oh would kick the back door and there was only two or three bounces so they can only catch a few of us. So you'd sacrifice one or two of your best friends and then you know the rest of his little get in and we used to do this almost every week and not seen all sorts of wonderful things. of course i'd heard river deep mountain high end. It was a fan of that song. But i didn't really know what to expect when a guardian there of course tina don't just looking fabulous in the front of the cats so i did. Everybody does around on the front got fund and it wasn't just you know i was in literally. Just the oh. These legs in front of me was amazing but more than that was just the intensity that the woman sang within the power and the commitment to what she was doing was just and i was standing. There was what. I was like mesmerized by this as a young fellow fourteen or something i know. Stop beating up inside of my own. We were in the garish man. I was watching of just this secret and and it just happened for sake and to gaze pasta these incredible women that were performing and are seen this guy in the back and i noticed everybody in the band was watching him and and he was the one was bang everytime he moved these legged abandoned. The next sent it was intense and he was really tasks and it was. I turn and so. I know and as everybody else knows i turned out to be really bad cat but he knew how to run a band. I think that drive in that power that he was demanding from us band the push tina hotter and hotter every every show an obviously because she did so much after she left. She hadn't even hit full speech..

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"barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Barnes and Steven Jackson were among the NBA's most intense competitors. Today, their voices remain. Why the respected by current probes on all the smoke the podcast format, and Stephen provided first hand insights into the pressing issues facing today's athletes, You know, I think the premise of the show is to keep it real and talk about, you know, sports but also life culture, things that affect us things that affect our Children, Our friends, our family, the world here from the biggest personalities in sports meet. Idea when they questioned my blackness. First of all, Do you know who I am? Do you know what battles that I have fought in corporate America to facilitate opportunities for black people and stories about your favorite players that you won't expect. You'll never guess what position I played, bro. Pull back. Pull back. Did your little ass out there. I had six times in one season that took pride in that. Listen to all the smoke wherever you get your podcast. Always hungry with Bobby Flay and Sophie Flay is the podcast made foodie heaven each week. The celebrity chef and his 20 something daughter prepare a recipe based on a theme, then enjoy the meal together. It's a blend of old school, New York Cool and young West Coast hip. Is this how you would make like a potato Latka? Yeah, I just said that himself. Oh, no. I didn't hear anything. That Jewish culture they called. Oh, sorry. No, I welcome back. Sophie. It's always informative. We have no oil and we have a hot cast iron pan and you can hear it sizzle immediately. This isn't fake podcast sounds real burgers house and always entertaining. Come to shake it up. Shake that drink. Today. A a order up Listen to always hungry with Bobby Flay and Sophie Flay on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, September 10th 2000 and 11 block from the World Trade Center. Security cameras captured the last known images of Dr Snow High and Philip as she shops the next day Chaos missing on 9 11 is the podcast that seeks to answer the question. What happened to snake off? There's not a trace of her. Nothing, not a credit card transaction, no money taken out of her. Count. No emails. No phone calls. Nothing. How does that happen? A high is officially listed as a victim of 9 11. Yet there is no proof she was at the World Trade Center. You convince yourself one day like you said. It's foul play in the next day you're at no. I think she really wanted to get out of this life. She's unhappy in her marriage. She was unhappy in her job is 9 11 the answer. Or is there another explanation for his disappearance? If she was with somebody she knew, though, why would they not come forward? Obviously she wasn't with some of this, you know? Well She wasn't with somebody that their family knew about. Listen to missing on 9 11 wherever you get your podcasts. Only Hey, Welcome back, Alex, Closing out our number two Clay, Travis and Buck Sexton show. We got a lot of you who wanted to weigh in so.

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"barnes" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"Because those doors are not gonna stay wide open but enough of us can push them open or like able to rene said once when i invited her to spend we can build their own doors. Hey folks carol horn aka the blur girl and welcome back to the blur girl. Podcast now if you are a writer or an aspiring writer or fan of horror this is the episode for you now. This is another episode to the blur girl. Live in fact. It was recorded last july. But it's actually pretty timely. Because this week it was announced that my guests to redo and her husband steven. Barnes are going to be executive producers on a new show coming to shudder..

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"barnes" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

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"barnes" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"She older younger older by fourteen months. Oh gosh they're only planning on having to so. Technically i could have been you know the mistake. The wuxi i'd do. They already have a name for the boy. Yes we spend an extra day or two in the hospital because they wouldn't release us until my parents had names. Yeah early four-term i work. My momma can hold up two months early free free pounds. Four pounds when we came in one of the sports signing now became. Believe that. but that's the way she was smaller clamped down on that umbilical by establishing dominance already often. So i know y'all obviously from the she never quit event which is one of my favorite things that we are able to do so bump last year we couldn't do it But i want to hear y'all's story like your parents pretty much live like the real true american dream and from you know you've shared some on instagram and If you could just tell that story when go there well. I think we were very fortunate because we had incredible role models are our parents. They they worked hard at everything they did and they They taught instill bad us to think they. My mom was a school teacher and she. She was one of those teachers that you either feared her. You loved her. She would teach she taught for first off middle school science and then she did Biology in high in high school and And then like a science and stuff like that and she was. We had her first semester and she was the hardest teacher. We had a really yeah. I didn't know whether to call her. Mom or mrs barnes and it just weird is the hardest a ever had to earn because she she wouldn't you know help us out with their homework or anything. She's like the other kids. Don't get my helps own. You're on your own dry. Try to gauge the way. Because y'all how she would teach like if you guys could pick that up and the rest of the class that was probably the scale definitely but yeah. I mean she. She was a phenomenal teacher. She she really pushed her students and stuff. And then my dad he He started out as a shop teacher and then started his own construction company and and just worked really hard. You know he He started out in a little tiny wiki trailer in during and then just kind of built their way up. You know working especially my dad working nights and all sorts of weekend projects and things like that just to try and make it especially with three kids and diapers and trying to start a new business and all that sort of stuff so yeah. They're incredible role models. And and i mean we just grown up we. We did anything and everything. We could especially outdoors and and You know living in the outdoors you you learn a lot of things about how to take care of yourself and and you know if you if all you have to get yourself back up and and It was it was great having My twin sister and our older sister. 'cause we you know we. We pushed each other and everything we did. It was one big competition after another. It's your third have the same interests she she does like. We grew up doing a lot of sports together. And we're all three of us are best friends and we will say that. She went the academic route and we went the sports route. Good looks in the brain the all get along pretty good though. Yeah yeah yeah. She became a ear-nose-and-throat surgeon. So yeah she's awesome nexus right there. Yeah yeah so. Then we went the the jock route..

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"barnes" Discussed on Takeline

Takeline

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Takeline

"Of it. Now i mean you know we'll see Nickname that was given to me by jim barnett which was funny. Just because i'll i simply was a suit press conference he's like. Oh yeah he looks like a senator But we'll see. I mean i think there's so much change that can happen in out of office. I think it's just a matter of figuring out which one you can have a greater impact with. You know as interesting. Because i can remember in those high school days where you remember. The basketball team would dress up on game days in. So you were they called you the senator but i'm curious because you were recruited in one of the people that you were heavily. Recruited by was misha cesky. We know that you already. You chose you. Unc but seeing that he announced he's going to retire after next season. What what were your feelings thoughts towards cam because he's a staple in not only just sports but college sports in just hooper's in general. I mean he's definitely you know he's a. He recruited me early on. You know we had a great relationship. I just thought the thing that was impressive about him was how all of the guys we played for him. Just had so much respect for it right like at that point. It was two thousand a so the olympics had just occurred. So he's you know he's guy only his guy that played for me. Got pro guy. Combining speaking is so highly of him. And i think you all these years later obviously looking on the players. He's coached all the coaches that he sent out. Internet with. But i think is is test really is will impact on the guys lives have come through there. Be a duke or usa basketball. He's harrison barnes. Checkout his i g series conversations here there thank you for joining. Take line We need to stick around. Because we're going to put you in the competition of.

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"barnes" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"Be one. Waste help that process. Hopefully us on that path won't end. I've seen too many things seen Seen some of the best this nation this offer out of these last worse and the gulf between the best and the worst is just out of control is is unjust is now i should. We got his other visit. And that means having people making decisions or being a part of the conversations washer typical players are the most well connected large. The a the most wealthy. I still feel like You know another surprising part now that opened in this box sometimes you feel like he had to prove also more than people who have done anything crew themselves you know and i and i think that comes the result of a person who visit my profile Position before they'll think whatever they want right away and at the same time the expectation gets it increases in many ways. And i i. That's the one thing. I really don't understand just like you gotta get work twice as hard to get half as far opposite talented. I take because there are so many young people wealthier. That's held them. This is something they do. And when i say it prove it in so that's probably the biggest reason why why stay involved in this. Why why do this. Work is for the next generation for young people. Run up in situations where they always. Oh they can whether is explicit. Or whether it's imply we make sure that we changed face of government the change the face of politics so that is more reflective communities all across the state now country. That is a strong y and the great answer Lieutenant governor barnes. I have loved this conversation if you would please close out this episode sir You know what encouragement do you. You want to leave our listeners. With lancet to just remind people that Better is truly awesome. But it's only possible you make it happen. We have to get everything that we came in everything that we do. Make sure that we are truly represented today. Sure that our voices are are are reflected. Nature are are issues amplify Whether you're weren't last person who's recently. Our person lasts access to healthcare person. Who doesn't have access to clean sadri. Who are even in a developed nation right. I think that. I want people to know that your voice matters dealt with trauma if you dealt with some of the worst instances in our society. Your voices needed more than ever encouraged. People haven't thought about public service. People who haven't thought about getting involved in some way in river is isn't for everybody. I truly understand that are still so many other ways in all making voice herds help amplify ways to someone else in also help improve the lives of other people who you may not ever be well. The that is a great way to end this episode. Thank you again for the time In and more than that. And i do not say this Lightheartedly thank you for living it out It's one thing to say to hold onto the thing to do it I know you said that there's a tremendous weight on your shoulders that you have to keep proving it But i'm grateful for example so thank you for the time and also for living this thing. I really appreciate you to follow up one day. I man i'm down l. schedule it. S fisher thanks a lot wolf his take away an action item. I've got to for each first of all the takeaways. I said in the intro. There's a gigantic but tiny difference between studying leadership and leading. But i never closed the story loop. So here's the tiny difference. Living it out you can have a bookshelf or a head full of knowledge ultimately. It doesn't matter if you don't live out. Taking the words from lieutenant governor barnes. I can tell people they can do it. But i have to prove it number two. There may not be many politicians who are humble and approachable. But there's at least one. I mean he asked me to leave it. Unedited so awesome so action items. Two things i be about it. Don't quote books you read or pity. People get in relationships with people being a change. Agent is messy. Get a little dirt under your fingernails and who knows maybe run for office someday. Second send this episode to someone now. I don't pretend to think that all people love spending free time listening to podcasts. But there's something sweet and expanding in this one if you thought of a colleague or friend or relative that could benefit from this episode. Send it to them. Liked what you heard. I have a simple ask. Give a written review and whatever platform. You're using right now. We read all of them and it helps us reach more folks like you and if you do end up sending this episode of somebody most times it's simple as clicking the three dots in your phone or copying and pasting the web address if you're on your computer and then send it to your friend or relative akali now. 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"barnes" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"No one drifts into excellence. I'm your host. Steve sheer and today's episode is showcasing. What many believe to be impossible. Effective leadership in politics. Lieutenant governor mandela barnes. Is my guest today. And the current lieutenant governor for the great state of wisconsin. I'm so excited for you to hear this conversation but a word of advice before we jump in. Now you're going to need to do some work. Set your political alignment aside for forty three minutes or so. It's not easy for some of us. Here's a practical tip. If you find yourself saying yeah but don't finish that sense now. If you're willing to do that and listen with focus. I promise you'll not only respect the man you'll also gain several practical pieces of application by the end of this episode. And i'm betting that you'll agree with the tiny difference that i lay out in the altro. Okay so what does a lieutenant governor. Do very glad you asked so. Let's jump into. Lieutenant governor barnes reading down what his role in office entails is one of those sort of in some ways obscure roles where last not the position that always in the public is not what people immediately think about when they associate different issues of were different areas of concern higher to the pandemic being in office. Lieutenant governor was inexperienced. Like i never had for now when we're campaign and we had a chance to get all across state and talk to so many people and it felt like we were just always in overdrive and after we took off his. We took over tribe further. It was it was amazing. The things that we've been able to do places you've been able to visit in the we've been able to have conversations with and so i am very proud honor to serve in this role. Being lieutenant. governor has been an incredibly unique opportunity out served in the legislature a previously. But i ran for lieutenant governor because i felt that there was a need for us to expand opportunity across the state of wisconsin and we needed to lead on really critical issues. I think about model personal experiences. And i think about the experience of people that are close to me. The help inform my decision making but things changed around this time last year. Things change drastically went from a taken a hands on approach to governing to take a very virtual approach to because things still. We're going to be able to adapt dangerous circumstances if you could help us with a few foundational things because he touched on a little bit with with the position that you're in and and i think that average day what that looks like might help paint a picture for people. So what does the average day look like You can go pre our current situation you know pre covid or whatever What does it look like for the lieutenant governor and ultimately what are some of the goals of the position. Yeah thanks for that. If i were to hang a picture it will be an abstract painting first of all. That sounds good. That's fair that's fair. But like i said before. We took a very hands on approach. Showing up places. Much speed is much able to Prior to the pandemic in the role of lieutenant governor. I liken it to the role of vice president to the president very similar in motion. You serve as spokesperson at times of or the administration. Basically they're just to assist the governor. In what your roles and responsibilities into becoming a depend on your relationship with the governor. And i'm fortunate to have a very solid personal and professional relationship with governor. We know each other off prior to us become a running mates in. I'll say here. There's a different way that lieutenant are elected across the country Wisconsin we don't wanna six as that system so you'll have about half the space you automatically are. Older ticket are right. Away governor or the candidate for governor will pay their running mate right out of the gate in some states though. Governor lieutenant governor running completely independent of each other and you essentially have scenarios where heavy immigrant serving as governor and they were looking in wisconsin. You run completely independently independent of each other in the primary on the general. You are a ticket. You can't have one without the other in so think about the responsibilities of that brings because it is a different way to have completely different personalities. Serving together complement each other. I think we both bring different experiences in life. We share values in that helps us in. The governor came to me ask. What issues were important. I'm want to work on as lieutenant governor as opposed to issuing some sort of eat it saying this is what you must focal and i chose issues at center around equity and sustainability in the able to service chair. The governor's task force on climate change. while sitting. on a number of other councils in task forces the criminal justice coordinating council the missing in murdered indigenous women task force the health equity council in the an inequity council that was established as well in with envious. It is no average day home every day was completely different especially in our first time. I told people was almost like getting to go on a field trip every week. Because we are so many different places. We hit all seventy two counties in our first year which was very important to us than six counties every month on average in. We did that intentionally. Because we want to be seventy two county administration. We do not want to leave people behind. Everyone feel like they are represented by this administration so every day's different Now days are still different. But i'm usually sitting in the same exact place all day. What about after work is there in after work for you will. Not as much now. That's must've after work for anybody. He's yeah the last year So.

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