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"bobby gentle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hope your job. Enjoying all of that. And we do have a lot of things to talk about today, but I do want to spend some time talking on the topic of the day. I'm sure you've thought about it. You probably heard others speak of it. Maybe you read about it. And that is the rebuttal to the president's first remarks to the collective body of Congress, which is an interesting observation there unto itself. You've got a group of people. Theoretically, there would be 535 of them, plus the Supreme Court justices and a handful of others, Cabinet officials and so forth. But the group was was cut down to around 200 people all distanced and all masked. In spite of the fact that the CDC guidelines now say when you're dealing with with a group of people who have all been vaccinated at these as these people I believe have there may be somebody who hasn't taken it. I don't believe that's the case. I think they're all vaccinated. Certainly they've had the opportunity long before you did, in all probability to get the vaccine, So if they've chosen not to that zoo there call obviously. But the idea that this group had to be separated and master, I think it's just an interesting observation. And perhaps there's a subtle Non spoken message that comes from that, and I have to wonder why what one of the reality is is we're trying to convince people I think I think the goal is collectively societally to encourage people to take advantage of what appears to be and what is in the minds of the vast majority of experts. To be a very, very safe and effective vaccination against covert 19. If that's the case, why don't you use this as an illustration of the benefits to come your way? If you if you take the vaccine, I think that's a very legitimate observation. It would be a unique opportunity to just against somewhat suddenly non verbally, but but making illustration of why there are legitimate benefits associated with the vaccine. But other business associate with us I don't want to talk a little bit about Senator Tim Scott, but more importantly, more significantly at believe. Is the reaction on the part of others regarding Senator Scott and just kind of a from a historical perspective. As you look back, the person who delivers the rebuttal to the president's message does not typically knock it out of the park, and in fact, I think they're a couple of cases where there's some evidence to suggest that it may have slowed their trajectory. People who were seen to be rising stars in politics. I think one of the exceptions that that would be Fred Thompson, who did a good job. I think he was effective and came across well in his his star kind of faded after that point, but I think he had health issues and other problems that limited his capacity to excel or advance after that. But obviously Bobby gentle there was. I think he was absolutely a rising star, and it looks as though he hurt himself out of that. Senator Mark it, Marco Rubio. I don't know. I don't think his performance was all that bad. In fact, I thought it was generally pretty positive. Pretty good. The notable observation out of that is he did have to stop Theo to hydrate himself. Never saw that is a is a bad thing. Nonetheless, it did seem as though he took some heat for that. But he has been re elected to the Senate, and he was a contender to be for the nomination for his party in 2016. I don't think his political career is over. By any event, any stretch the imagination whether or not he will advance is another story. Um, he's got some. I think he's got some some definite, uh, strengths in terms of political Appeal. But looking at Senator Scott and what he offered last night. I think he did do a very, very, very good job. And I find it interesting because I'm going to tell you this with as absolute sincerity. There's no reason for me to fudge on this. I'm gonna absolutely give it to you straight as I saw it. I was very interested to hear what he had to say. Very interested to hear the message the content of his of his thoughts, his plan, his ideas, his experience as well as his his thoughts going forward for a better society. I know that he is a businessman. He's running insurance office successfully. He is he is not Ivy League educated on, However, he is college educated. He has a degree, I think from Presbyterian University and South Carolina s O. He's well educated, but not the typical Ivy Leaguer in Washington. But I find him to be sincere. I find him to be there. There's no no question as to what his intent or his messages, so he delivers very well in terms of that, and I don't see a black man. I understand he's black, but I don't see that as I look and listen to what he has to say. I'm very interested in what he has to offer because I do see him. As a bit of a rising star. I see him as a person who has appeal going forward. Hey, did not make his political future in this In this rebuttal last night, he did not by any stretch of the imagination. I don't believe that, but I think he was in a position where he could have For any number of reasons, choked or made a mistake or or gone the wrong direction. Not had his best night, and I think he could have thwarted his his upward trajectory if he had done that..
"bobby gentle" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast
"The only slavery. To conquer oneself is the only freedom. The slave to self love his chains and will not have one of broken for fear he would be depriving himself of some cherished delight. He clings to his gratifications and batteries regarding freedom from them as empty an undesirable condition. Be thus defeats and enslaves himself. By Self Enlightenment, is perfect freedom for. Host. The man remains ignorant of himself amused desires of these emotions and thoughts and of the inward causes which moulders life and decimate having neither control or understanding of himself. He will remain in bondage to passion, sorrow, suffering and fluctuating fortune. Bland of perfect freedom lies through the gate of knowledge. All outward oppression is but the shadow and effect of the real oppression with him. For ages the oppressed have cried for liberty and a thousand men made statutes have failed to give it to them. They can give it only to themselves. They shall find only in obedience to the divine statutes which are inscribed upon their hearts. Let them resort to the inward freedom and the shadow of oppression shall no more dark on the earth. Len cease to oppress themselves and no man will press his brother. Men Legislate for an outward freedom yet continued to render such freedom impossible of achievement by fostering an inward condition of enslavement. They thus pursue a shadow without and ignore the substance with him. Man, we'll be free when he is freed from self all outward forms of Bobby Gentle. Prussian will cease to be. Man Ceases to be the willing bond slave of passion error and ignorance. Freedom is to the free. Wilson cling to weakness they cannot have strength. Whilst they love darkness, they can receive no light. So. Long as they prefer bondage, they can enjoy all liberty. Strength Bite and freedom already now and can be had by all of them who aspire to. Freedom. Does not reside in cooperative aggression for this will always produce reactively cooperative defense warfare, hatred, party strike, and the destruction of liberty. Freedom resides in individual self conquest. The emancipation of humanity is frustrated and withheld by the Self, enslavement of the unit. You who cry to man and God for liberty. Liberate yourselves. The heavenly freedom is freedom from passion from cravings from opinions from the tyranny of the flesh and the tyranny of the intellect this first. and. Then all outward freedom as effect to cause. Freedom that begins with him and extends awkwardly until it embraces the whole man is an emancipation. So complete all embracing and perfect as to leave no galling fetter unbroken. For your soul from all sin and you show walk freed and fearless man in the midst of a world of fearful slaves and seeing you many slaves shall take heart and join you in your glorious freedom. You who says my worldly duties irksome to me? I will leave them and go into solitude were I shall be free as the air and thinks to gain freedom bus will find only a harder slavery. The three of freedom is rooted in duty. And he would talk. It's sweet fruits. US discovered joy and duty. Hearted calm and ready for all tasks he was freed from self. Irksome. NECE and weariness cannot enter his heart and his divine strength lightens every burden so that its weight is not felt. He does not run away from duty with his chains about him, but breaks them and stands free. Make yourself pure make yourself proof against weakness temptation and sin. For only in your own heart and mind, she'll you find freedom for which the whole world size m seeks in vain? That's the ending of part eight, the freedom of a heavenly life. Tune into a heavenly life final miniseries, par nine and ten will continue. On the next morning gratitude on the Friday Friday at eight. Am Arizona Mountain Time Zone, which is eleven am eastern time. The heavenly life written by James Allen has been re recorded by the modern spiritual podcast live. We asked your moment of your thoughts about our programming. Please leave.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Destiny in healthcare. You may be thrown in prison. I am not sure of the accuracy of that satement. I am not. I mean. Challenging. But also, it drives me nuts when they try to use the point on me again as the the democrat here at the table. I'd love to get your thoughts on this. No one is trying to take away access to birth control. Why is that even a talking point who is trying to take away access to birth control? Nobody. Okay, great. I'm glad you clearly sure you can still go to WalMart and pick up some birth controls. Yes. There was famous commercial that left was running against Cory Gardner where they kept saying Cory Gardner band, birth control. It was like to the future, and they were like in the future, Cory Gardner is going to ban birth control. I have not seen him make this Mughal. Like, I mean, he's been entire term. I I have a pretty moderate position on abortion. Right. And I think most of the country kind of feels that way is that it's it's Roe v. Wade, and it's Planned Parenthood versus Casey, which is when the baby is viable outside the womb. You can no longer have an abortion now child. I don't know how how you keep it. Always burns me when people use that term healthcare healthcare, you really it bothers me a great deal. And yeah, I mean, I think most people have that position. I think again another reason why I'm running because they've moved so radically to the left on this where you know, rice out there. And I watch I remember watching the TV I watch watch. CNN and. Qualified this when the state legislator New York voted for the later abortion Bill, and I saw them standing and clapping lighting up the. The. Disgusted by. That's what you're clapping guy. Get maybe that you want it. But you're going to be so motive as a standing clap or something like that it just deeply disturbed by that. Amply safe legal and rare is dead. The rare part of his guys course, they're literally at the shout. Your abortion stays now. Thoughts about this. I is literally no one to take your birth control. The most what concerns are trying to do is say that if you are religious, especially Catholic institution that might, you know, morally object birth control, you shouldn't be forced by the government to subsidize it for your employees or also me myself as an individual. I don't want my healthcare premiums to go to someone else's birth control, or whatever, you know, for to have it be free right for them. Which is the thing that they're saying, you know, it's just because it's not if it wasn't free doesn't mean that it's banned right for you have to pay logic here. Right. But the same time conservatives of all stripes for years now, I include myself in this have advocated for over the counter, birth control cells. Bobby Jindal wrote a Wall Street Journal op-ed after Mitt Romney loss in December twenty twelve excuse me. It was the title was. Like the end of birth control, politics and his entire and Bobby Gentles, devout Catholic and his entire solution was this over the counter get out of politics easy solution. But the other takeaway from this is my friend, Casey Maddox had a good tweet on this. He said I never thought that we would reach the point where we see leftists rediscover biblical sexual morality to try to own the cons. It's amazing amazing. And now they're admitting. Oh my gosh. Wait abstinence is. In fact, the best way to prevent unwanted, pregnancies. Chris like some other people were saying that this entire time. I know call me crazy. All right. Remember, you can tweet us your questions and comments using the hashtag the bolaise. Why today? Okay, stick with me on this one because whenever we talk about transgendered individuals. I just like the female and male and trans it's a little bit difficult to follow..
"bobby gentle" Discussed on KCRW
"At fifty five downtown LA right now, this is all things considered for men. PR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley at I'm Ari Shapiro. After the president delivers the state of the union address tomorrow night, the opposition party will have its turn and NPR's Ron Elving has a message for the person chosen to deliver it this year. Congratulations. Stacey abrams. You are this year's winner of Washington's most dubious, political prop. Why is this Washington's most dubious political prize because it has been given to a succession of people in both parties over the years who seem to be rising stars. And in several cases, there's been a real downturn in the trajectory there, so many bad examples to choose from where should we begin? Well, let's begin in two thousand nine the first response to Barack Obama was by governor Bobby gentle of Louisiana. Former congressman good evening and happy mardi gras. I'm Bobby Jindal. He seemed ill at ease. He said some impolitic things even about Republican position people described him as looking young looking a little bit out of place, the lobby of the governor's mansion that he's in looks a bit like a hotel, and it's just not an equal footing with the president standing there in the capital in front of the entire congress. And most of the federal establishment, it sometimes seems like we look for hope in different places. He then ran for president kind of fizzled out early on. And we haven't heard much home sense. That's right. There's no question. But that his career was never the same. After that night. Who else seemed to fumble the ball? You would have to say that. This was not a great moment for Marco Rubio and his hydration station back in back in two thousand thirteen when he was the responder and he was doing a pretty good job. But then he had a little moment of dry mouth and didn't have the water bottle close enough abiding America. Okay. To give the play by play here. He sort of wiping his mouth on foreign policy America continues to beer, he needs a little more saliva than got nothing has frustrated me more than false choices like the one the president laid out tonight. And then there's the reach. The choices between you, and there's a there's a desperation in both the lunch and the grab and his eyes flick up at the never breaks I contact with a camera even as he's reaching offscreen. But there's a change in the expression is is when he looks back up as if to say, you didn't see that digit. We should also say I want to be bipartisan in our criticism. But for eight of the last ten years President Barack Obama was delivering the address in. Southern response was coming from Republicans, which is why this criticism seems to be a bit disproportionately pointed at the GOP it evening. My name is congresswoman Michele Bachmann for Minnesota's sixth district. A lot of the people were talking about have run for president. Marco Rubio, Bobby gentle and another who deliver the state of the union response. Although it wasn't the official opposition response. It was the tea party response. Michelle Bachmann party is a dynamic force for good in our initial Bachman really wanted to keep yourself in front of the public eye problem is she didn't get herself in front of the public camera as she. She delivers this response. She's gazing right up over into the side of the camera that a staring her in the face she's appealing for the voter by taller Fred reduce the deficit and implement real job creating policies, can you point to somebody who did this well who could actually serve as a model for people hoping not to do a face plant in their state of the union response. Cathy, McMorris Rogers congresswoman from Spokane Washington who was at the time. Oh, rising star in the House Republican leadership. She gave the response in two thousand fourteen to President Obama tonight we honor America, and she spoke to camera very calmly and reassuringly spoke of her being a mother talked about her life in Washington state where a girl who worked at McDonald's drive-thru can be with you from the United States capitol. It was reassuring. It was warm. It was personable. She sort of in a living room on a couch with a fireplace behind her. This speech was a big boost for her tomorrow night. Stacey Abrams who ran for governor of Georgia was unsuccessful has never. Ever held federal office. And is delivering the response on behalf of the Democrats. That's right. She's a black woman, and she is at forty five relatively young politician. She is really the spirit of the rising democratic vote that we saw in November of two thousand eighteen okay. So advice for Stacey Abrams beyond drink water. Look at the right camera. Keep it brief make it about the people who are watching it and not so much about the back and forth between the parties over the shutdown or any specific issue. Make it as positive and as brief and to the point is possible, that's NPR editor and correspondent Ron Elving. Thanks, ron. Thank you now to the golden raspberry awards, the Razzies as they're known which honor Hollywood's worst, some of Hollywood's biggest names have won Ben Affleck. I'll Pacino Sandra Bullock, the awards are intended to poke fun at their less than Oscar worthy performances. This year. They are also sparking controversy amid allegations that shock horror gasp. The Razzies are rigged. Chris Gardner has been all over the story for the Hollywood reporter. He joins me now. Hey, chris. Hey, Mary, Louise. So I'm told the story landed on your desk. Thanks to an anonymous tip. What happened? Yes. Correct. So this anonymous source sentas a ballot on the day the nominations closed alleging that some of the nominees who received enough votes to get nominated for a raspberry award were replaced by some other higher profile actors mother higher profile films. So give me an example of of a film or an actor who seemed like they made the cut, but then ended up not being on the shortlist. So the shark attack pick the Meg received enough votes to come in eleventh place. But somehow it is included among the top five nominees this year. Kevin Spacey billionaire boys club got enough votes to be included among the top five but did not make the final cut actually and instead replaced by Bruce Willis, and Johnny Depp. So what's going on here? But what did your reporting show? My reporting showed that straight from the founders mouth, John Wilson. He tells me that there was a technical glitch that caused a surge in voting on the final day that the ballots were open and that surge bumped up a lot of these actors and films to the top five. And so that's why some of them were included and the other ones which seemed to be a lock to get nominated this year, we're left off. But you know, my sources also alleging that some of them were probably replaced just because of star power. Perhaps. There may be somebody like Kevin Spacey was not included because is a bit toxic right now facing so many sexual misconduct allegations. So there's just a lot at play here. But John Wilson says that he's very satisfied with the final nominees. And that the only problems that they had were these technical glitches and just to be clear in terms of how the process is supposed to work. Anybody can sign up to vote on it be pay what forty dollars and that lets you vote for your for your annual membership. That is correct. So you can pay forty dollars for the year. Or if you're feeling lucky can do five hundred dollars for a lifetime membership. Let let me ask this does it matter if there was a lack of complete integrity in a process that spoke to be a little bit silly and lighthearted. This is not exactly the Nobel prize were discussing. Yeah, it's interesting because the whole thing is bit tongue in cheek. But I think when people are spending their own money people get upset when they think that there's something amiss there. You know, there are going to be no actors filing petitions to make sure that their name is included on there. But they're not excluded from the Razzie competition. And so it will be interesting to see how this all shakes out. And you know, this is a fascinating year in award season in Hollywood on a larger scope as well because you know, there have been a number of controversies in the regular award season. And so to see it spill over to this is just to be expected in a year. That's the bit wacky. Anyway. That's Chris Gardner senior staff writer with.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"It's on highway one southbound at LA Fonda, it's causing some congestion in that area. Coming up on all things considered a look at why amperes Ron Elving calls the democratic response to the state of the union, Washington's most dubious political prize. We'll have a conversation with Chris Ghana from the Hollywood reporter about allegations of voter fraud at the Razzies the time is four fifty. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley that. I'm Ari Shapiro. After the president delivers the state of the union address tomorrow night, the opposition party will have its turn and NPR's Ron Elving has a message for the person chosen to deliver it this year. Congratulations Stacey Abrams. You are this year's winner of Washington's most dubious, political prop. Why is this Washington's most dubious political prize because it has been given to us succession of people in both parties over the years who seem to be rising stars. And in several cases, there's been a real downturn in the trajectory there, so many bad examples to choose from where should we begin? Well, let's begin in two thousand nine the first response to Barack Obama was by governor, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana. Former congressman good evening and happy mardi gras. I'm Bobby gentle. He seemed ill at ease. He said some impolitic things even about Republican position people described him as looking young looking a little bit out of place. The. Lobby of the governor's mansion that he's in looks a bit like a hotel, and it's just not an equal footing with the president standing there in the capital in front of the entire congress. And most of the federal establishment, it sometimes seems like we look for hope in different places. He then ran for president kind of fizzled out early on. And we haven't heard much sense. That's right. There is no question. But that his career was never the same. After that night. Who else seemed to fumble the ball? You would have to say that. This was not a great moment for Marco Rubio and his hydration station back in back in two thousand thirteen when he was the responder and he was doing a pretty good job. But then he had a little moment of dry mouth. And didn't have the water bottle close enough biting America. Okay. To give the play by play here. He sort of wiping his mouth on foreign policy America continues to beer, he needs a little more saliva than he's got nothing has frustrated me more than false choices like the one the president laid out tonight. And then there's the reach. The choices between two and there's a there's a desperation in both the lunch and the grab and his eyes flick up at. Never breaks. I contact with a camera even as he's reaching off screen, but there's a change in the expression is is when he looks back up as if to say, you didn't see that digit. We should also say I want to be bipartisan in our criticism. But for eight of the last ten years President Barack Obama was delivering the address. So the response was coming from Republicans, which is why this criticism seems to be a bit disproportionately pointed at the GOP good evening. My name is congresswoman Michele Bachmann for Minnesota's sixth district. A lot of the people were talking about have run for president. Marco Rubio, Bobby gentle and another who delivered the state of the union response. Although it wasn't the official opposition response. It was the tea party response. Michelle Bachmann tea party is a dynamic force for good in our Michelle Bachmann really wanted to keep yourself in front of the public eye. The problem is she didn't get herself in front of the public camera. As she delivers this response. She's gazing right up over into the side of the camera that is staring her in the face. She's appealing for the voter my taller, Fred. Deficit and implement real job creating policies, can you point to somebody who did this well who could actually serve as a model for people hoping not to do a face plant in their state of the union response. Cathy, McMorris Rogers congresswoman from Spokane Washington who was at the time on rising star in the House Republican leadership. She gave the response in two thousand fourteen to President Obama tonight we honor America, and she spoke to camera very calmly and reassuringly spoke of her being a mother talked about her life in Washington state where a girl who worked at McDonald's drive-thru can be with you from the United States capitol. It was reassuring. It was warm. It was personable. She sort of in a living room on a couch with a fireplace behind her. This speech was a big boost for her tomorrow night. Stacey Abrams who ran for governor of Georgia was unsuccessful has never held federal office. And is delivering the response on behalf of the Democrats. That's right. She's a black woman and she is at forty five route. Young politician. She is really the spirit of the rising democratic vote that we saw in November of two thousand eighteen okay. So advice for Stacey Abrams beyond drink water. Look at the right camera. Keep it brief make it about the people who are watching it and not so much about the back and forth between the parties over the shutdown or any specific issue. Make it as positive and as brief and to the point is possible, that's NPR editor and correspondent Ron Elving. Thanks, ron. Thank you. Ari? Now. Now to the golden raspberry awards the Razzies as they're known which honor Hollywood's worst, some of Hollywood's biggest names have won Ben Affleck. I'll Pacino Sandra Bullock, the awards are intended to poke fun at their less than Oscar worthy performances. This year. They are also sparking controversy amid allegations that shock horror gasp, the Razzies are rigged. Chris Gardiner has been all over the story for the Hollywood reporter. He joins me now. Hey, chris. Hey, Mary, Louise. So I'm told the story landed on your desk. Thanks to an anonymous tip. What happened? Yes. Correct. So this anonymous source sent us a ballot on the day the nominations close alleging that some of the nominees who received enough votes to get nominated for a Razzie award were replaced by some other higher profile actors some other higher profile films. So give me an example of of a film or an actor who seemed like they made the cut, but then ended up not being on the show. List? So the shark attack pick the Meg received enough votes to come in eleventh place. But somehow it is included among the top five nominees this year. Kevin Spacey billionaire boys club got enough votes to be included among the top five but did not make the final cut actually and instead replaced by Bruce Willis, and Johnny Depp. So what's going on here? But what did your reporting show? I reporting showed that straight from the founders mouth, John Wilson. He tells me that there was a technical glitch that caused a surge in voting on the final day that the ballots were open and that surge bumped up a lot of these actors and films to the top five. And so that's why some of them were included and the other ones which seemed to be lock to get nominated this year, we're left off. But you know, my sources also alleging that some of them were probably replaced just because of star power. Perhaps. There may be somebody like Kevin Spacey was not included because he's a bit toxic right now facing so many sexual misconduct allegations. So there's just a lot at play here. But John Wilson says that he's very satisfied with the final nominees. And that the only problems that they had were these technical glitches and just to be clear in terms of how the process is supposed to work. Anybody can sign up to vote on it you pay what forty dollars and that let you vote for a year for your annual membership. That is correct you can pay forty dollars for the year. Or if you're feeling lucky you can do five hundred dollars for a lifetime membership. Let me ask this does it matter if there was a lack of complete integrity in a process that's supposed to be a little bit silly and lighthearted. This is not exactly the Nobel prize, we're discussing. Yeah. It's interesting because the whole thing is bit tongue in cheek. But I think when people are spending their own money people get upset when they think that there is something amiss there. You know, there are going to be no actors filing petitions to make sure that their name is included on there. But they're not excluded from the Razzie competition. Yeah. And so it will be interesting to see how this all shakes out. And you know, this is a fascinating year in award season in Hollywood on a larger scope as well because you know, there have been a number of controversies in the regular award season. And so to see it spill over to this is just to be expected in a year that's a bit wacky. Anyway. That's Chris Gardner senior staff writer with the Hollywood reporter tacking to us about the Razzie.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Plan also contains an urgent request for Umana, -tarian assistance and medical support. Furthermore, we have asked congress to close border security loopholes. So that illegal immigrant children can be safely, and you mainly returned back home. Finally as part of an overall approach to border security law enforcement professionals have requested five point seven billion dollars for a physical barrier at the request of Democrats. It will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. This barrier is absolutely critical to border security. It's also what are? Specials at the border want ended. This is just common sense nip, and it's interesting that he is taking the tact that this is good for them. I think that's the right thing to do. I definitely think because you know, you're being portrayed as a racist hatemonger, and a xenophobe whatever else they can think of. Because we're trying to keep people from illegally crossing adore country. So to point out the fact that this situation is not good for them. Either is really smart. He's just not. Fantastic at delivering these kinds of speeches. Nano speaking spell is. He's not. Yeah. It's he this does not his specialty. And that's specialty is just winging it, and that's gonna lose this battle. It's not being able to communicate. And just a just a natural sounding sense. Where is the Republican who can who can communicate? Well, where it's that person way. When we haven't had it since really since because Bush couldn't he'd he didn't communicate effectively. Reagan was the last one. Well, we've got Senator Marco Rubio who who delivers speeches like this. We got that. We got Bobby gentle with oversize coats. We got there. But as far as presidents, go. Nope. That would be not since Reagan them for a long time w wasn't bad at that is okay. Yeah. He just lied to us or lips. Okay. Thank you. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three and pet unleashed on Twitter..
"bobby gentle" Discussed on KTRH
"Approved known to senior department Justice officials coordinator close with the FBI. So I think this is something that, you know, we'll have to I don't know all the facts here. But I think some of the facts that are being reported by some members of congress may not in fact, be the actual facts will through sore verify. What we already know. One of the interesting things is is that we have evidence would suggest that. FBI informant informants, we're told that there was no collusion. And yet it would seem to be ignored. So we're going to ask Bruce or about that. Additionally, when you have Christopher Steele and Nellie or being paid tens of thousands. And in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars to put four a false dossier. Why would they rely so much on those two witnesses and ignore other? So there's about sixty plus questions that I have hopefully, we'll get some truth be able to report back to you. But you know, we're we're looking to honestly have a full day of questioning here. What are you anxious to hear from Bruce sore? Wanna know his precise role? I mean, we know just from the documents that we have that he was functioning almost as an intermediary between the Clinton campaign and fusion GPS and the Obama Justice department. He was one of the highest ranking officials in Obama's Justice department reporting directly to the anti-trump deputy attorney general Sally Yates, so it's really an unprecedented use of official prosecutorial resources to have him that deeply involved in generating this opposition research, we need to know who else at the FBI knew what he was doing. We need to know when he started dealing with people like Glenn Simpson at fusion GPS, what is interactions war with Christopher Steele. And the financial interests that he had in stake because his wife Nellie or worked for fusion GPS. And you're not allowed to be a federal official and participate in matters that you have a financial interest. So I think there's a whole host of questions, but he really is a critical kind of wheel in this whole collusion. Cog that we've been able to expose over the last few months. I wanted to make a point about what what what Greg just said rod Rosenstein won't tell us when he first learned that Nellie or was working for fusion GPS. So I wanna know from Bruce, or when did he tell his colleagues at the department of Justice that in violation of the law that required him to disclose his wife's occupation her sources of income. He did not do that. And so when did all the other people at the department of Justice find this out because rod Rosenstein, I've asked him twice an open hearing, and he will not give an answer. I think there's a real smoking gun there. All right. So a big day, we'll have full complete reaction coverage. And what this means. And when will we get a transcript of all of this? I think is the next most important aspect here. Let's go to Tim and Mississippi, Tim. Hi, how are you? You're on the Sean Hannity show. Great Sean big fan. Thank you, real quick. I'm looking at the end game. And I don't think they have any choice, but to do such large dragnet because. They have to find something on Trump. If they don't we know sessions is going to be gone. We know mold is going to be gone. We know all the DOJ top brass is going to be gone. And then a new AG is going to be put in that's going to be more like the what Trump wants to accomplish. And all these misdeeds by the FBI. And everything's going to be exposed. I think it's a lot bigger than what it is why seventy days from now game on election day, you know, seventy percent seventy days from now, I'm telling you right now, it's going to be a big dramatic change. If Republicans lose power, they're gonna bury all the evidence and not only that. But none of the Republicans will want to be at search. If he does get any kind of impeachment on the Republicans are gonna want to be involved in any future investigations or anything. They will find something on Trump. They will sacrifice. At it's quite been saying this for a while. We you know, the question is do we have an interim fight over subpoena or not? And we don't know the answer to that yet. So we'll find out when it happens. Right. Thank you. Republicans don't start moving on this stuff. It's all going to be buried seventy days. This this midterm election matters, if you voted for the president you liked the results if you like the unemployment numbers, if you like the stronger national security policy, if you like him pushing for the wall, if you like endless burdensome regulation, if you like new businesses popping up everywhere, if you liked that we have more jobs available than people on unemployment in the country. If you like fewer, millions of fewer people on food stamps. Millions fewer on in poverty record, low unemployment for fourteen states for African Americans Hispanic Americans. Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment now at an all time low in two decades, all of this consumer confidence at an eighteen year high. If you like it you wanna. Continue it you gotta vote and seventy days. It's it's that important. That's all I'll say to anybody that wants to listen, let's go to Pensacola, Florida. They get an extra hour to vote tonight. I guess the polls in Florida close at seven, and I think for you a closes at eight if I'm not mistaken. That is correct, Sean. Thank you. I'm really well. And I just wanna thank you, first and foremost for your support of Rhonda Santa people down here are really really super excited about the Santa's mainly because and and you're talking about the economy is the main reason why where did just hit a one trillion dollar GDP this year. Now makes us the fourth largest economy in the seventeenth in the world. It's awesome. Right. Listen. It's awesome. By only fear from Florida and Texas too fears for both states, they're great states, and the Carolinas to be honest, because I know a lot of people from New York, New jersey, and Illinois, they tend to go to the Carolinas or they go to Florida. And then you have all California's heading out to Texas. The problem is if they're welcome to go to those states, but don't bring the your dumb stupid liberal big tax and spend policies with you. You're ready destroyed. The state you came from or participated in it don't have the same for the rest of the country because Florida's doing perfectly well without a state income tax as Texas and the Carolinas with very low taxes. That's right. And that's why we need to have a governor here who has the ear of President Trump and has shown that he will and can work with President Trump to can. Continue these economic policies that are making Florida strong. This isn't an accidental economy. It's taken a lot of work and we've had significant gains in manufacturing that are a direct result of the Trump policies. So we have to have a governor that's gonna work with Mr. Trump and Rhonda fantasy has guy. Listen, I'm a big Rhonda Santa's guy. So you don't have to sell me. I was down. I actually did some town halls with them over the fourth of July weekend. Had a great time. We were in the panhandle in Pensacola, and we were a world where we were in Tampa. We were in Fort Myers made a great time, really good time. And by the way, he's right since I was there this poll numbers did go up. So I I get a little bit of the credit at least, I'm teasing. Thank you for it. Florida strong and your support of the Sanchez has definitely done that he'll do a great job. Here state is will governor Rick Scott who I've come to be very fond of I know him better than anybody him. I used to know Rick Perry, Rick, Scott and Bobby gentle. I knew I know those three governors better than any in the country because they're the best governors. They are but what they'd always be in New York. And they know that we have a big presence at all their states, but they always come up to New York for the purpose of meeting with New York businesses and enticing them to move to their respective states. And they all were very successful at it. And they kept coming back for meetings again, and again, and again, it'd be like what are you doing here? There's I'm trying to take some of your business back to my state, and they would they all they would do is talk about the great business environment, the low taxes and the regulatory environment being one that is conducive to making a lot more money for business, and guess what a lot of businesses listened. And they're leaving. The amount of wealth that has left New York and New Jersey, it is you cannot believe the numbers, it's massive amounts of money. People are it's like escape from New York. They can't get out fast enough. I'm going to be the last one to turn the lights out, of course, because I'm working. But anyway, just, you know, people go to the states don't bring your dumb policies with you. Thank you Stephanie appreciated Christopher's in Alabama. Christopher. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. They're a great today. Selling? Thank you having me on their. Yes, sir. What's going on previously? I didn't go and vote. Just never felt like it made a difference. What have you, but when Trump run for office? I started noticing before that that okay? Something's going on. We need to change. It started paying a little bit more to the attention of what was going on in the government as the people knew what they were getting when they voted for Trump. We knew we was getting a poster child for president. We wasn't good perfect. You know, what the Democrats and the left is won't they view as. Yeah. Let's put them out here. Does it matter? What they know what they accomplished is how they look. That's not what we wanted. We wanted someone that was going to get out there and fight for the American people. And that's that's what we voted for. And we're sick and tired of them trying to bully him or blocked him for the things that we needed for Russia didn't show up at my house. They didn't send me nothing to get me to vote. I voted because I wanted to vote and make a difference. And I was ready for something different. Yeah. Listen, what y'all, but I would say to you is, you know, they've tried to undermine him in ways, we didn't know before the election. They tried to prevent they cheated their way every single way they could cheat. They did, you know, nobody seems to care that Hillary paid for Russian lies and those lies were repeated disseminated, and you. Us to propagandize mislead misinform disinformed the American people before the election. She pulled it off with Bernie why not try it again. And then it was used for the nefarious purpose also of getting, you know, spying on the Trump campaign and getting Fiso warrants based on verified uncorroborated, Hillary Clinton bought and paid for Russian lies that have now been debunked. It's terrible. And the fact that nobody is being held responsible to date. I think we're going to get there is beyond frustrating considering the level of of deep concern that Muller and his team have about taxi medallions, and you know, decades old tax returns and and loan applications from years gone by so we haven't found anything Russian that in this whole thing. But there's plenty of Russia. You know, dirt that was pushed or in the election. Well, exactly, and like you said, nobody's really held accountable. There's there's two different tiers of Justice here. And if that's. What people want people work there? David to be able to go out and do something and get away with it. But then they'll be treated like the worst person. Then don't go vote. Yeah. Well, listen to telling you this this vote matters. This vote matters big time. There's a lot of stake here. I'm I'm Tom telling you the truth. I don't lie. This is a big deal. And by the way, it's an uphill battle. You gotta fight. Just like you would just like goes 2016 all over again. So anyway, I appreciate it. Pam is in Hampton Virginia. Pam, we'll we'll go on to you. How are you today? All right, sir. How are you? I'm good..
"bobby gentle" Discussed on Examining Politics
"They didn't stop barack obama's assault on religious liberty perhaps we need outsource this job to the meanest toughest person we can find and they pick donald trump and i've watched this in person in iowa and the caucus process i was working for a different candidate governor bobby gentle of louisiana so a focus group after focus group in the caucasus i would watch the vange locals and of course in the caucus process is you know from covering it evangelical you're not just an important part of the big the part the part and so you'd watch a lot of these evangelical voters in our process this choice and they would say well my first choice has been karsh bobby jindal they're kind of their people have really identify with i feel close to the next choices ted cruz i know he grease with me on everything and my third choice donald trump and i'd be sitting there and just my mouth would drop open house that the case then they start explaining it they say well i'm not sure carcinogen can win and i'm not sure crews can beat hillary but trump he something different i don't know if she can handle him and so of course indian donald trump finish the second in iowa much a pretty strong second for someone who didn't who didn't really fit it called the place culturally at least two first blush but it really was a very pragmatic choice which i find ronnie because a lot of economic conservatives for years have accused the evangelo evangeline voter in the republican party of not being very pragmatic they felt like they got behind candidates who were going to lose and that they pulled the party right i can't tell you how many meetings i've sat through with sort of chamber of commerce type republicans complaining about the lack of pragmatism of evangelical voters this time they were incredibly pragmatic and i think that that's something that's not been noted spin noted often how many vange locals supported the president and it's in the high eighties and the numbers but here's a guy who'd been married three times used to go on howard stern all the time.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"I gotta tell you i got a kick out of i wonder who picked him whoever picked it was probably go home our god what do we do they picked him because he's young he's freshfaced he's up he looks energetic they they they put him in front of a i think is at but the called a technical high school in fall something or other massachusetts and he's a house of representative member and he's a kennedy so they picked him they thought all hit this will be great well first of all the optic was terrible as pointed out by one of my facebook pels he's there with a car behind absorb many probably thought hey what about your and i don't i don't know who is data's durkin you find oaps surgery i just hit dirk shaiko can you can you find out who joe kennedy who gave the rebuttal azt at who's his father what's the lineages he ah zia out of the genes of ted kennedy no bobby or john i don't know but anyway curious on television and the speech you gave was embarrassing it was a lane campaign speech wasn't a rebuttal anything it was just it was progressive democrat talking point after progressive democrat talking point and he's talking to a bunch of sixteen and seventeen year olds are cheering wildly with their moms and dads the back to a room of probably i wanna say maximum two hundred people they didn't need that crowd there by the way because that's not what the rebuttals about every time you seen somebody give her a bottle the kinda by themselves than they get tease later all bobby gentle stood way back in the shadows he's darkskinned to begin with he blended in with the background consume oh marco rubio got nervous or head drink water or something like that but the bottom line is is that was no rebuttal to any points made by donald trump that was campaign speech now here's the most important take away of.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Every democratic or republican response that comes to mind to me is a debacle like the marco rubio water grabbing moment the body jindo popping up a gone high moment lenin talking so slowly and then last year the outgoing governor of kentucky looked like he had held the diner hostage and force them to sit there staring into the camera he spoke like a never goes well well it it it has it has gone awry because people have tried so hard to make it a live response and it actually isn't alive responded scripted people have already decided what they want to say and then they go on and do it live after the president's speech and it always looks weak in comparison because here's the president talking to the whole country and the whole congress at his feet everyone's in his thrall and then somebody usually a move up and run up and coming politician like mike marco rubio urge bobby gentle or or or joe kennedy is tasked with somehow trying to match the stature the grand doer of what we have just seen that's impossible yet and alone in an empty room staring at a camera or you know as was tried last year in a diner with people who didn't look happy to be there tuition at least pretended to eat that i convey it what are at everybody's razu ours jaffe natural look like a central fiction so all right so in the past they've tried various and sundry different things they've had republican governors standing in front of their state legislature responding to democratic president and if you go back a little further the first one of these things was 1966 cappella couple of guys that many people may have forgotten named ever dirksen and jerry ford who would later be president and the other became a building.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on Science... sort of
"Beijing for yourself reducing for myself my own impress clamor disclaimer disclaimer tell us now exactly so my my understanding of the us jesus as though largely it's there to collect data and and run analyses on you know geological processes that are relevant to the nation's interests and so these can range from things like collecting data on are on our water resources and and the state of our rivers two things like analyzing hazards like earthquake hazard order to do like volcanomonitoring up in alaska and things like that and down which i remember there was one time bobby gentle the former governor of louisiana in his response to the state of the union when the republicans thought he might be a contender for something as opposed to a silly little glow hard he complained about volcanomonitoring up in alaska as costing federal resources and i'm like you seriously as the governor of louisiana are going to complain that were monitoring for natural disasters he seriously just because we it was not on a fault line you guys are still susceptible at i bet you would like no other keep monitoring the weather forecast in the gulf true so maybe put down your hypocrites stick see that's all like monitoring volcanoes and i i heard a talk from a us gsk was doing some level cannell monitoring it's crazy where they put like the supersensitive gps sensor so they can see if the mountains swells ever so slightly so cool but then you know it also i feel like the us yes even gets down to some really basic and fundamental aspects of living in a big country like this of just making sure it's mapped properly absolutely so you know there are all kinds of different roles that are being fulfilled by an organisation by the us gs and and you know it's to me like agencies like the us gs like.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Glenn beck spat jiffy for pledge ripley seven to seven back kind of music abacha you know in this battle between donald trump and and steve bannon iino trump wins at war every day ally just as he won the war with seventeen mostly really respectable and formidable candidates and he just made him all look bad yeah i mean i don't know that any of the where we obviously we mentioned uh you know measured the ones who came out the most unscathed may be genval walker and perhaps carly growth without the one thing you know we were talking for the first time i think uh since since the ah says the birth of bobby gentle uh we matched and the him a possibly still having a chance but as he is so he must be passed through the drink thou floodwaters at a villa speech as the speeds yahya way past the speeds because you would i cited that the entire hammering as long as i just can't quite kit they're all stupid speech speech where he took the drink of water support i mean he ruined him because he was touted as like this was the front runner guy right he was the new king via and through the whole speech was lara it was really really bad cruised past buford i forgot about similarly that levied were passed himself with thank you so more glenn beck with patten jeffey coming up glenn beck rush limbaugh weekdays at eleven right after back the twin cities news talk station twin cities news talk dot com.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The news that matters from around town at around your world that is to listen you guys pretty much to my new coming up at the top of the hour on newsradio 1410 wdov and candidates that were running for president on the on the republican side all of them said that they would move the embassy to jerusalem and i only believed one maybe maybe to go through the names george pataki no wednesay graham no away bobby gentle no scott walker no rick perry no i like rick i like bobby geno lot djilas m i think of potential and maybe but i still think you know he's a may be rick santorum navy although i still probably lean no jim gilmore no carly fiorina love carly foot probably in phnom may be i would put her into a may be my she said it she she is a i mean not seen anybody who is chest he is what she says she again there's there's a good people believe it should happen but there's always that pragmatic prayer little as you don't do it i always standing in a room full of people you know from the state department like this is going to be the end of the world mike huckabee i mean i i don't like mike at all it's he's eighty made outside potting advice think generally know chris christie no rand paul definitely not a jeb bush no ben carson no marco rubio no i don't think so outside possibility maybe john casic definitely not ted cruz i say yes because he was that look there was like the first thing in his platform i said no on donald trump and i said no one donald trump and you got to give them a lot of credit give him all the crowd on the glenn beck let me get him the cheers known mick to resuming for another win this season the new lineup just made me pick do up powerhouse with the big mac fish ten peace chicken mcnuggets endless resource each egg and cheese mick british we gotta say both trains are getting pretty hot and here's a new mix for five dollars menu was assured yield choose any two favorites were just wide bots mix and match yours today at participating mcdonald's limited time offer single item at regular price and wdov box news radio one chris foster.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on Crooked Conversations
"You're just gonna ask madam trial ray like and i felt like ask him about like bobby gentle actually like wrote an entire healthcare plan like you might not like it john break bobby gentle actually as a thinker about healthcare policy like did he get an airing of that during the campaign no no of course she didn't via the antidote from hillary's book it will stay with me as i think about future elections and media coverage is starts choose complaining about her she actually did have an economic message at ever broke through as she talks about how her and tim kaine go on this bus store it was a rust belt bus tour and they're talking about their economic message and every day they're getting good local coverage about this and no one ever knows that they did this because while they were doing that donald trump attacked con because their home and the the father of a gold star uh gold star fought goes our family father of a fallen soldier and that fight dominated the news completely and i think to myself when i asked her this has like will how do you more effectively get the economic message out and you know she didn't have a good answer but whoever the democrat is next time running against donald trump i don't know how do you think that that media environment changes at all because i can imagine the 2020 race where there's a whole bunch of democrats running and they're all trying to get out their plans and policies and differentiate themselves from the other ones in the pack and donald trump gis picks a fight with one of them says some fog and crazy and that's all we're talking about and that's all anyone looks what's happening right now in the country there there are millions of people struggling to live in puerto rico right now and all you see on the news at least is nfl tweeting roy nfl tweeting and you'd think that a human disaster of that proportion which would be fascinating tv would dominate now so i think there's already been a chef and i think it's hard to tell like an obviously the political environment louis different like a thank you know democrats we much more activated um you know the issue set might be different.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"The program because this is this is another one of the things we could have never gotten who without republican congress hopefully the public assembly go through and republican president if hillary clinton was president we would be talking about this today no and that's why people need to understand the you know they may be think it will trump wasn't my candidate he wasn't mine hausa bobby gentle guy okay still about digital guy i love bob each at his own stirred europe summer i'm way i'm is one fan an bobby i am your fan okay are but you know people have to understand this is why you must unite this is why you must think politically you know this is why we must also do things like take what we can get like the twenty weeks rather than demand everything or nothing remembered now i'm annexed democrat marxist you know pro choice aip pushed all of that i understood at your incremental ism i understood how we were beating the pants off the right because we played it that way i'm glad to see we're doing it back yes okay we got christie back on okay christie so go ahead and once again tells us organizations that you do work for okay well if we can you hear me the time it uh michelle you're caller research are at the he can be an and then the managing editor of live action news which wyler pro life innovation okay fantastic though that that it's really good in its and it's a really really really appreciate all the work you do for those fine organizations looking at you go ahead with the question okay christie now you as you know most people are not brilliant prolife speakers like you they can't just real off twenty things in a row and just you know while people every where they turn so let me ask you this year you're a normal let's see for a moment you're you're one of us okay you're just a normal right winger euronorth i am well you know what i mean but i mean you're you're somebody who's maybe you're.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And i was at the texas state house my first year when the democrats a left the state some of you might remember lewis to avoid tom delays redistricting plan and there were suppose and if by leaving us dave they will have to former point with it is the texas democrats were supposed to go to seoul for louisiana because right over the border but they said it was too dirty for them to be to dirty for a texan yeah as all all other level of dirty in so they went to ardmore oklahoma instead of the truce lorry on while to to this is a large question on with an answer that could be formula nuance in a presupposes something aid do you believe that people vote against their own interests and if so what can be done to give them not to vote throne because i think liberals vote against their own interests in certain ways to if you look at interest in a very narrow way i mean the most progressives feel that it's a it's some good and moral duty to pay taxes because i believe in good government and want protected environment send here in california we have a more protected buyer environment because we have good environmental laws an honest people all enforce it on the whole so it is yeah but you could say that wow why what you're you're departing from all that tax money don't resented but it is it in your interest to pay it well we think it is you know that you could you could look at it they don't think it is in our interests so that looks like a contradiction from the point of view of the tea party people i met and i really do think there is a lot of truth to what you said earlier that a lot of these governments are very poorly ran their sparsely arm staffed they're running shoes and shoestring budget the last populist i can think of to come out of louisiana huey long so there there is very much an element of just poorly rammed government begin with i ask mike chef who is the best governor you ever hat uh and he voted for bobby gentle in who as wrecked the.
"bobby gentle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To go to seoul for louisiana begins right over the border for they said it was too dirty for them to be chewed already for a texan as all all other level of dirty and so they went to ardmore oklahoma instead of it's a true story while to this is a large question with an answer there could be formula nuance in a presupposes something aid you believe the people vote against their own interests and if so what can be done to get them not to vote throwing clothes i think liberals vote against their own interests in certain ways to f you look at interests very narrow way i mean the most progressives feel that it's a it's a good and moral duty to pay taxes because they believe in good government and want protected environments and here in california we have a more protected buyer environment because we have good environmental laws an honest people all enforce it on the whole so it it yeah but you could say that wow why would your you're departing from all that tax money dump resented but it is it in your interest to pay it well we think it is no good you could look at it they don't think it is in our interests so that looks like a contradiction from the point of view of the tea party people i met i really do think there is a lot of truth to what you said earlier that a lot of these governments are very poorly round their sparsely um staffed they're running shoes and shoestring budget um the last populist i can think of the commodity zeros huey long so there there is very much an element of just poorly ran government begin with i ask mike chef who is the best governor you ever hat uh and he voted for bobby gentle in who as wrecked the place that he was personally so much so that a democrat actually succeeded him it's gotta be barriages somewhere flat axons louisiana guy resemblance or migrant democrat might voted for that democrat jon it was yet but that's right but he he's his answer to the best governor was was huey long and that.