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Crosby's FG in OT helps Packers edge Patriots, Zappe 27-24
"New England's third string quarterback Bailey zappy was forced into the game when number two Brian Hoyer suffered a first half concussion and in his debut nearly pulled off a huge upset but the packers beat the patch 27 24 in overtime Aaron Rodgers endured only his fourth career pick 6 in a rough first half of Green Bay 77 yards to set up mason Crosby's 31 yard walk off field goal on the final play of OT Wins win There was an ugly first half good second half But celebrate this and now that schedule gets physically demanding as far as job three and one packers are London bound next week to face the three in one giants patriots dropped to one in three Mark Daniels Green Bay
Ainsley Earhardt Previews New Book 'I'm so Glad You Were Born'
"So tell us about this Well Mark when I was growing up my mom always said I'm so glad you were born on our birthdays And so when I got the job on Fox and Friends it was the first birthday we celebrated And that was Steve doocy's birthday And I said Steve I'm so glad you were born and Brian my co anchor and Steve my co anchor looked at each other and then Brian slapped me on the back in a loving way And just cackled in that cackle that he does And I said I know it sounds funny but this is what my mom said on our birthdays And I said so I'm so glad you were born You're making such a difference in the lives of so many people You've been on this show for so many years and everyone wakes up to you Our country is so important and you just love our country and you love other people So I said it's an important message So then his wife years later wrote him in the middle of our show and said I have a great idea for ainsley's next children's book It should be called I'm so glad you were born And I said that is such a good idea So then I pitched it to my publishers and they loved it And so it's the number one book by the grace of God and thanks to all of our viewers It's the number one and number two all week on Amazon So I am just grateful but it's just a message I mean Mark you love the constitution You love our country You love your two children and it's just a way to know Exactly I know It's a great way to just tell everyone who has been born that they have a purpose that God has put them on this earth for a reason And we're all just so glad they were born
CJ Abrams hits walk-off single as Nationals defeat Braves 3-2
"CJ Abrams single home Alex call in the bottom of the tenth inning is the nationals beat the braves three to two The loss dropped the braves one game behind the mets for the lead in the NL east The braves and mets started a three game series Friday in Atlanta Braves manager Brian snicker is looking forward to it We'll be fine I mean that's kind of why you play And it'll be a great series I mean it's just two really good teams obviously going at it and see what happens Matt Olson hit his 30th home run of the year for Atlanta while Luke Voight drove in two runs for the Nats Craig
Joe Concha: The Media Spins the Numbers to Favor Joe Biden
"I wanted to address and you can certainly and by all means bring the book into it as well You're a media commentator You do what you know how he cursed does and what Brian stelter tried didn't fail that to do You actually do it well But I think you kind of nailed it Like how the hell is it that this guy is still at 40% approval Like how do four out of ten people still like this guy despite the obvious nature of the calamity we're living in and it really is the media right portraying like an Oz type scenario not showing you the man behind the curtain It has to be there's no other explanation Or spitting the numbers and telling you things that you know are real are not real So for example when the economy actually contracts it has negative growth for two straight quarters 6 months Any other time under any other president particularly Republican one that is traditionally called something called a recession Because we're going backwards now But then the Biden administration says Biden himself says no no no we're not really in a recession And here's why and they get these ridiculous reasons as to why More than enough people in the media say you know what They got a point you're right I know we've always said this was a recession but it's not really one now And then when the president says well we're actually at zero inflation Or it only went up a little last month He's doing that month to month instead of year to year which is the way you judge inflation It's like me Dan gaining 40 pounds And then I lose back ten And I say look you're like wow Wait any part of my history
Rep. Scott Perry: Mondaire Jones' Fabricated Points About Jan. 6
"Not a minute point it is truth versus fiction. Yeah, think about it, Todd. Now, just to be clear, that's Dan bishop representative Dan bishop and chip Roy chiming in there, both freedom caucus members. I'll have you know also that mundane Jones, the Democrat who was making the claims that but for causation. So what he's saying, Todd, if someone died anywhere on the globe on January 6th, it had to do with January 6th because January 6th happened and somebody died. So but four causation will causation is important. Unfortunately, officer Brian picnic died of natural causes in or about the same time, I think he died January 7th or January 8th, but it had absolutely nothing to do. It's sad to be sure. It is tragic to be sure. It's a young man died before he should have absolutely. But had absolutely nothing to do with the events of January 6th and of course these folks, you know this Todd. I mean, on that day and the days after it immediately after it, every single media outlet went out and told the American people over and over and over again that this officer was beaten to death with a fire extinguisher and of course we were all shocked and appalled and so offended at the possibility that one of our citizens would do that to somebody, any citizen would do that to somebody completely fabricated. But yet, you know, we're a year and a half almost going on two years later and they just keep on promulgating the lie and there are a certain amount of American people that just, you know, if the ambition wouldn't have said anything, they're prone to believe this. They would believe it.
Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words
"Dan bishop, Republican from North Carolina talking to mondaire Jones who's far left Democrat from New York. Listen to this exchange because congressman bishop was quoting congressman mondaire Jones who said that officer Brian sicknick at the capitol was bludgeoned to death. Did I hear? And I think did you say that police officer was bludgeoned to death by the crowd at the January 6th riots? I said a police officer was bludgeoned to death. I did not say at the hands of whom mister bishop. Who are you referring to if you don't mind saying? And get that information for you in a few minutes. Well, I just want to make sure because are you denying that capitol police that at least one capitol police officer was murdered in the midst of what happened on January 6th? Yeah, I think I am. Here's what I understood that there were reports early on that sicknick was struck with the fire extinguisher. And that subsequently was debunked as false. He died of natural causes that were not connected to the event. Are we talking about the same person's sickness or are we talking about somebody else? Seriously, I mean, this is a genuine question. The medical examiner, the U.S. capitol police put out a report agreeing with the medical examiner finding the USCP officer. Well, just an initial thought and I know that mister Roy, you two are an attorney. Mister bishop speaks often about how brilliant of an attorney he is. We're talking about but four causation of officer sickness death. And so I would hope that you would at least concede at a minimum that mister sickman died as a result of what happened on January 6th. And I'm disappointed if you would suggest otherwise. Well, I mean, look, I don't think that's the stammering because he can't believe that the guy said that.
Schwarber hits NL-leading 38th HR, Phillies fall to Marlins
"The Phillies wasted Kyle schwarber's national league leading 38th home run in a 5 three loss to the Marlins Brian dela Cruz slam the three run Homer and had four RBIs to back Pablo Lopez who allowed two runs in 6 hits over 6 and two thirds innings Jordan Grosjean's belted his first major league Homer opening the scoring in the third inning Noah syndergaard had an underwhelming performance allowing four runs and 6 hits with three strikeouts over 6 innings Brandon marsh triple doubled in single twice for the Phillies who took the season series 12 to 7 I'm Dave ferry
'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC
"This was what it was like on Fox and Friends this morning is this story unfolded where two buses of illegals were dropped outside of the naval observatory where Kamala Harris the vice president lives. Here's what it sounded like and looked like on Fox News channel's Fox and Friends this morning. From our southern border have just arrived outside vice president Kamala Harris residents at the naval observatory in Washington, D.C.. Griff Jenkins is live on the scene to tell us more. Is that Massachusetts avenue that I'm looking at right there? Yeah, good morning, Steve, ainsley and Brian. This bus just arrived moments ago. I talked to some of the folks apparently this buses come from Del Rio, Texas. That's where the German on the bus told me and these for me. They don't theirs? They're in this one. No. You know? No? That president Harris, DKK, frontera Serrano. Serrano, Roberto. Javier. So what she's saying, Steve, I asked her vice president Harris says that the border is closed. She says it's open as we see these migrants coming across now. We're not sure how many there are. We do know that, according to Texas governor Abbott's office, there have been about 7900, do you think English? Venezuela. Everybody from toro Venezuela?
Judge stays at 57 HR, Yanks beat Boston 5-3 for 2-game sweep
"The Yankees earned a 5 three win over the Red Sox and maintained their 6 game lead in the AL east Glaber Torres had three hits and scored on his own RBI single taking advantage of catcher Connor Wong's throwing her the play brought in three runs as the Yankees moved ahead three zero in the 5th inning Aaron judge singled and scored but failed to hit his 58th home run The only blemish on the win Nestor Cortez took a shutout into the 5th inning as the Yankees earned their fourth straight win in 8th and ten games Red Sox rookie Brian balo fell to one in 6 though all three runs he allowed were unearned I'm Dave ferry
Todd Starnes Previews Tonight's Faith & Freedom Event
"So tell us, can you just tell us a little bit about the faith and freedom? Event that you're going to tonight? Sure, this is the organization that was founded by Ralph Reed, who created the original Christian coalition back in the day. And they have been very instrumental in getting president Trump elected. As a matter of fact, in the last election cycle, they registered more people to vote than the entire Republican Party did. So these folks are really grassroots, their boots on the ground. And of course, this is the Georgia chapter that I'm going to be speaking to and they are knee deep right now. You mentioned the polling data out there. There are a couple of major races looking at the governor's race where Brian Kemp going up to get Stacey Abrams and also another big race is the U.S. Senate race Rafael Warnock and Herschel Walker and the polling data has actually now has Herschel Walker moving ahead of Rafael Warnock in that race. Again,
Hoskins' big error leads to Phillies' 6-5 loss to Marlins
"Little marwan's row is going to run in the top of the 9th inning to avoid a three game sweep by the Phillies in a 6 5 win Miami scored the game tying run on a billionaire by first baseman race Hoskins They took the lead for good on an RBI single by Brian Anderson Marlins also got solo home runs from lo and Diaz and Joey Wendell Losing close games like that is unfortunately been happening to us more times than not So to come come on top of a close game was certainly welcome Nick mates on hover for the fills in the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia
Brian Birdwell: Brian Birdwell: Watching 9/11 Happened From the Pentagon
"And turn TV on see the World Trade Center that first the north tower with the antenna mask huge gaping hole in the smoke pouring out and the commentators describing it as an accident and on live TV will watch and just short order flight one 75 crash into south tower And that would confirm that neither were accidents There was no thought that we were next at about 9 35 I would step out sandy and Cheryl is going to go hit the men's restroom And those are the last words that I would speak to my two coworkers I step out and go to the men's restroom and if your listeners recall that portion of the Pentagon the E ring the outer ring of The Pentagon that receives the initial impact of flight 77 that portion of the crumbles my window where my desk was was just to the left of where the building shares off cleanly But when I step out and go to the men's restroom I walk through the impact point of what would be the impact point and what would eventually crumble go to the men's restroom So I take care of business come out I'm now about to turn right to go back through the portion of the building that has impacted and crumbles when flight 77 makes impact So I'm 15 to 20 yards from an 80 ton jet making impact with a building at 530 miles an hour and it is not by the army making me the toughest guy in that building that I survived That's a toughest man to ever walk us or 2000 years ago that still sits at the right end of the father and still in your seats in our lives on our behalf And I would be horribly burned It was a gruesome experience Dan and I don't want to be gratuitous to your no they need to hear it Senator they need to hear it We need to be reminded Please And so I'll experience a number of pains and emotions You know the physical pain of the burns I was burned on 60% of my body with about 40% being third degree burns I am 40% in the IM skinned alive
Brian Birdwell Reacts to the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II
"Yeah you know our constitution forbids any title of nobility and as you're in your previous discussion that I heard earlier today about the monarchy Americans aren't a fan of the modern archive but when I think of our British allies I mean look we had two pretty serious wars one for our independence and the war of 1812 with them but in my lifetime the British first armored division was just down the eastern side of the 7th corps Flank in the first Gulf War as the largest armored formation in the world was going into going into Iraq back in 1990 February 1991 And in my years as a in the army not just then but afterwards back in the late 90s I was stationed at a fort Lewis and there was a British brigade that was training at Yakima that we provided some support to And so in many of our in the last century and a half whether it was World War I World War II first Gulf War our British allies have been with us both militarily and diplomatically and so as we think about our passing and probably that she knows the lord the way that we do and that she's an eternity with our largest savior that I'm glad that our nation are allied nation was led by somebody of her stature and that has been beside us during the Cold War before the Cold War and because the British the Israelis and maybe another handful of people or our most staunch reliable allies and that's what I think of when with the loss of her passing I pray that Greg Britain does not we do not separate as allies with her passing
How Dan Bongino Knows Brian Birdwell
"So I go way back with the state senator Long story short because I want you to hear his story I was given a speech in the Panhandle of Florida and I hadn't met him before And they said okay great This is years ago folks out of 5 years ago or something They said you're speaking after the state center from Texas I meet him at the table I know nothing about his story He's not a braggadocios guy didn't tell me anything He says we're just chatting like old friends I don't know this guy's a hero I have no idea Never met him in my life He gets up and he gives this speech which he's about to tell you what happened on 9 11 to him And I get up to speak afterwards I'm so moved by his speech which you're about to hear That the first words out of my mouth are what the hell am I doing up here talking to you after that What do you want me to say Because I was so deeply moved to tears by what happened
Brian Birdwell: Getting a Purple Heart for 9/11
"When you're leaving the bathroom in The Pentagon and this happens do you have any idea I mean you know the buildings were struck in the World Trade Center but you said before you didn't think it was going to happen in The Pentagon Are you saying to yourself I mean what's going through your head Do you have any ideas you say to yourself Was that another plane I mean what's going through your head The first thing I thought was bomb because while The Pentagon was being renovated there were construction sounds you know jackhammers and things like that Having been around I was an artillery officer mostly heavy artillery and nothing this out I mean I mean I heard that and it was not a normal sound but in the next nanosecond as I'm as I'm taking that step thinking bomb then I'm blown across the hallway So as I'm in there struggling I wasn't putting two and two together but after I'm taken out I'm not to the hospital yet but I'm actually outside the building on that gurney And there are police officers that are saying get away from the building there's a fourth plane knowing the first two had hit New York there's a fourth one coming In that moment I could go okay It wasn't a bomb It's an aircraft But we knew that we were part of whatever was happening that day with the attack that was on the country So in some ways it's funny Dan And I've met many men and women that got a Purple Heart either in Afghanistan or rock I've met folks that clear buildings and Fallujah back in O four And when they asked me what was I doing when I got my Purple Heart my response is a rather a meek and nearly humiliating I was coming out of the men's restroom So the lord is a trip to the men's restroom for his glory and so I've got a I've got a Purple Heart for that reason and I'm glad it's only one You know I don't
Brian Birdwell: The Agonizing Burns of 9/11
"And so I collapsed in front of Roy the four of them give grasp a grab an armor a limb to give that exertion to pick me up because this is not a place to wait for medical care to get to me The fire is still burning and spreading smoke is filling up that hallway And when they grab me you know they give that first exertion to pick me up and I don't come with them They end up carrying chunks off of me and I begin screaming at them to leave me alone And I know in my heart I'm telling them to leave me there to die Because when you're that badly burned just being touched is agonizing but they're kind of like that paraffin treatment when you put your hand in the hot wax and then when you pull it out and it solidifies within it just peels right off That's what happens with burn flesh because the moisture in your body has been evaporated out and now there's nothing that moisture is what actually holds us together and that moisture is gone And so now just chunks come off and eventually the move me chuck rolls me over on the left hand side forcibly puts his arms underneath my left side of my torso taking chunks of the back off but eventually the four of them are shaking hands with each other that instead of grasping me they're gripping each other's arms with my body weight resting on their connected arms They eventually carry me through the beam ring door into an a ring access where I would receive my first medical care in the a ring from an air force doctor and John Baxter colonel John Baxter John would have the go bag that had a morphine morphine syringes IVs and things of that nature So he was headed to the medical clinic to be a part of the triage but basically 5 or 6 of us have been set here and what's the hasty triage location He stops Puts the takes my shoes off so that he can find a good place with clean skin and a vein So he puts the morphine in the right foot the IV in the left Natalie ogletree a wonderful lady from the navy
Brian Birdwell: When American Flight 77 Crashed Into the Pentagon
"My uniform that day was just leather shoes my polyester pants the belt the short sleeve button up shirt Name tag and access badge And before the moment of impact I'm in a 72° hallway and immediately after impact I am blown across the quarter set ablaze most of my pants and most of my shirt gone as I struggle to survive I came to that moment that I came to the recognition that I was no longer struggling to survive but it was in fact this is how the lord's calling me into eternity And I did what we in the military are never trying to do and that surrender quit give up collapse the floor and wait to die Thought about melon mat that morning my wife and my son that that morning when I said goodbye just like you know there were in fact Mel and I got the opportunity to meet the widow of the one Secret Service agent that was killed at the World Trade Center that was doing the I guess the pre work that is normally done for presidential and that that was that morning was the last I was going to speak to them until they joined me in eternity and by the large grace that's not what happened I did not decease I did survive the reform in Bill McKinnon Roy Wallace John Davies and carton on block that came out of a B ring door to be ring is the next innermost ring of The Pentagon the 5 rings 8 to E B is the second inside ring And they came out of that door came across me and I'd staggered about 25 30 yards in the condition of being skinned alive There's chunks hanging off of me my face has already beginning to swell shut just like the rocky in the first rocky movie my eyes are already beginning to swell shut but
Mets ride deGrom, Bassitt to doubleheader sweep of Pirates
"Jacob de Grom tossed 7 scoreless innings striking out 8 as the Met shut out the pirates ten nothing De Grom surrendered only three hits The goal is to just throw it where I want and execute pitches To have some good defense behind me and then the guys put up a ton of run for them So all around good win 6th New York players had multi hit games Eduardo Escobar with four Jeff McNeil with three Francisco Lindor drove in three runs The mets won both games in Wednesday's double header with Pittsburgh taking a half game lead in the NL east The pirates got two hits from Brian Reynolds Josh rowntree Pittsburgh
"brian k" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Was our goal to make it taste delicious. So as a clinician, I'm always interested in being very, very specific about what some claims are. In fact, I have an obligation to investigate that. And understand the mechanism of action and then understand the evidence. And you mentioned turmeric and ginseng. These are extremely different mechanisms with totally different desired effects. I don't know how much rubidium I need in my time. I can't think of a essential stoichiometric pathway that requires rubidium up top of my head, but I'm sure they're out there. But you did mention antioxidant, right? And I think most people do agree that high level antioxidant is an important. Potentially, let's see how should we characterize that. It's not a therapeutic, but it potentially a way of enhancing a reducing health risks. What is the mechanism which antioxidants? What's the mechanism? How do we understand that and what's the evidence for that? So in terms of chaga, the antioxidant studies are done in medical research papers. You can go on Johns Hopkins, Sloan Kettering, cancer research center. And again, we don't make disease claims. But you know the evidence is out there in these research papers. This isn't indigenously used item by our ancestors. It's dates back 5000 years. They actually did indigenous people did use a therapeutically, didn't they? Didn't they? Correct. I know you're not making the claim of that, but what was it that they did with it? So let's see the Iceman I think it's one of the oldest preserved bodies found in the Italian Swiss border. There's a museum from up there. They found birch polypores and chaga mushroom around his neck. And I think he lived around 60 years old. So they were using it, you know, he had it on him. And you know, he actually died from an arrow moon from a rival tribe, so he didn't even die of natural causes and lived a very long life for that long ago. And so these kind of these kind of adaptogens or mushrooms really even predate some religions when they found his body and our ancestors used them for healing and in terms of that direct question, you know, there's research out there on antioxidants where they've done orac studies on this versus on chaga mushrooms versus let's say pomegranate and acai. And they've just found that chaga is by far the highest in terms of antioxidants measured. The research papers are like I said, there's hundreds of them unrespectable sites. I really like Sloan Kettering. There's bibliographies on it and people can do their research. But the chaga mushroom is loaded with nutrients, that it's getting from the birch tree essentially. And then it's pre digesting those nutrients. And then we're able to extract them from the mushroom by grinding it up kind of like a coffee and then steeping it. Because you can't cut down the birch tree and take the nutrients out of it or eat the birch tree. So, you know, it's coming from nature from a wild forest. Which is really where the magic is coming from. So that's the source. Now you can grow it and get the mycelium, which is what Paul stamets and some brands do and there are some health benefits to the mushroom roots, which is the mycelial network, and there are some health benefits to growing it. But you know, it's just really hard to replicate that story of this thing growing in a wild forest in Alaska or Siberia. And that's where it's getting its nutrients from the tree. So the antioxidant story is one of the elements of it is essentially being able to eliminate or reduce the amount of free radical formation that we have in our inside ourselves. And free radicals are dangerous because they're highly polar. They're these very polar molecules that can actually sort of tear through DNA. That's sort of the way to think about it. And so free radical reducing free radicals is the goal. And so I'm all about the antioxidant story. Is there any sort of subjective experiences associated with taking this? I know other mushroom companies claim energy and that kind of thing is that here too. Yeah, I mean, there's a lot of in vitro in vivo studies they've done. You know, granted, there's hasn't been many clinical trials because that's usually around more pharma type stuff. But all the evidence is showing, and all the anecdotal evidence as well. And in vivo in vitro, evidence is showing a 25% energy boost and it's on the mitochondrial level. So it's great for athletes for sports performance. You know, they give it to mice, for example, some chaga mushroom and see how long they can swim for. And they give the others a placebo and the ones that they give the chocolate mushrooms from 25% longer. Well, that's interesting. That's really interesting. Yeah. And have they thought there are speculation on a mechanism on that? Yeah, I mean, I'm.
"brian k" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Going to bring the union together. And just by the way, we're fighting for slavery, but that's not the main reason you're fighting. But it gradually, that became the main reason we were fighting. That's what it's about. They did not have slaves. They didn't have slaves. We wouldn't have had the war. Yes. But the north wasn't ready to emancipate the slaves. If you said you were fighting for Emancipation, they would have said, no. So how do you get them to your rep? How do you bring the country what's left of your country around to what you're thinking? Show them that you tried everything. And maybe colonization while a theory might have thought about. He said, I have an idea. Let's make a show of this. And when it fails and no one takes me up on it, let them know that this would never work. We have to learn to live with each other. And the reason and that's why I didn't invite Douglas. Yeah, I can't read his mind. But I read a lot of his words, and he definitely had a eurocentric white view of the world. That's his perspective, and that's all he'd ever been exposed to. Let's be fair. But I don't think you have to really remember that abolitionism was a radical position at the time. Radical. And the closest thing to an abolitionist was seward, and he did not get elected president, and yet Lincoln, that was his singular adviser. That was his probably closest adviser. He loved seward and loved seward's point of view. So he may have had more sympathy for that than we know, just judging by that relationship. Number one. But he but I really believe in his soul. He's a lawyer. That's his, that's his made up, like a lawyer. And so wrong. Yeah, and so he interpreted what was happening through a narrow legal lens of contracts amongst equals, right? The constitution is a contract amongst equal to form a more perfect union. One side of that contract is not allowed to just exit the contract without the agreement of the rest. That was his legal interpretation. Therefore, the idea of Succession didn't exist. There was no such thing as Succession, and you know where that logic first came out was Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson had a succession crisis, and he used the same logic. Exactly. This is not something that exists. Therefore. Yeah, therefore, it's an insurrection. You were in rebellion because there is no secession, the constitution does not allow for that provision of secession. So here's what the deal is. In the meantime, I have an obligation to send food and resources to the mail. I have to continue to deliver the mail and to the forts like fort Sumter. And so it was when he sent the ship in to provision fort Sumter because the south said, if you sent provisions and we're going to fire on you, which they did. And that was the beginning of the war. And did he know that? Did he provoke it all while they accused FDR leaving the ships out there in order to start a war that he thought we belonged in? Yeah. Yeah. So, I mean, they can go back and forth. I also think the one thing I talk about, I get on stage, I decided to do my own thing on stage and out wait for the speeches because the speeches weren't coming in this environment. So I talk about all these all these I talk about all these stories in one. And one of the things that comes up is people evolve. And just because you don't think that in the beginning, it doesn't mean that you're thinking at the end, you gave up your values. People change. You can grow. Yes. That's what you used to you would be doing if you weren't talking to me on television. You're helping people grow. There you are. Yes, I think we should we should applaud people for evolution and growth. That should be celebrated when people come particularly if they go from more racist attitudes to more of equanimity. I mean, it's just like, come on, let's shouldn't condemn that person for the rest of their life. We should like that they were like that, but come on more with the rest of us and equity. I'd be great. So I don't understand condemnation. And Lincoln evolved a lot and Douglas was part of it. And Douglas Douglas is such an interesting dude. I mean, oh my God, was he smart? And we lost Brian for seconds. We're back now. Douglas was an interesting dude. A brilliant dude. And found most acceptance early in his career in England and Europe, interestingly. Where his thoughts were just consumed as though he was some sort of profit talk speaking from on high. It was really interesting to me the way he was accepted in Europe. And it took quite a while to get it going here. He had some real headwinds. All the way through his life was terribly mistreated, including his newspaper being burned down late in his life. And maybe his house. They suspected arson. And it's just a lot there when I went back there to do this TV special on it. It's true, but he still came back, right? I mean, he still came back. He could have went to Europe and had an easy life. And he came back to finish the work here, make America more perfect union. And I think this is what you understand about him. Yeah, he had an absolute, again, as I understand him, commitment to the notion that the slaves as they became citizens were every bit a an important piece of the history of this country and B citizen with a full rights and privileges and look forward to them participating as any other citizen in this country would participate. And almost got there. It was early in the early and reconstruction. It was kind of going that way. And then Johnson and then the Democrats and then the democratic state leaders just destroyed everything. And that's why I think I told you on my other at the time we were on the air together. I would say that the single person who did the most damage to America is not on the outside force and the Japanese and Pearl Harbor. It was John Wilkes booth. Because if you had this Lincoln and you combine them with we now know of grant, the greatness that he was, the great person he was in his own way. And then you combine that with the genius of Frederick Douglass as a self made man. We would have been a different we might not have needed the 1960s. Yeah. Yeah, and understand what Brian is saying is that we were going towards.
"brian k" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Mercury during the first half of his presidency, and the major side effect of mercury is depression. And he is described as having had severe depressions during those early years. So isn't that interesting? Is it another sidebar? I never knew that. Sidebar of history. So anyway, so the next day I went into my radio station, my program director went. Hey, that was interesting. We said about Trump last night. Can you give us 30 seconds for our website? Yeah, I can just distill it down. And then as I'm getting up, he goes, you know, balance it out, how about 30 seconds on Hillary, everything you want to say about her? And I went, you know, funny thing. They just released her medical record. And the care she is getting is atrocious. I have so many critiques of what the doctors were doing with her. I could tell it was the patient dictating the care. They clearly wasn't getting proper medical care. So I did 30 seconds on that. I wake up the next day, the drudge report puts out a headline, finally a doctor says she's not suitable medically for office, which is not what I said at all. And it became this viral nuts and CNN came down on me like a ton of bricks. Like a ton of bricks. That was the first time I didn't countered anything like that over there. And then a week later, we canceled the show because we had planned already to do that. And then, of course, now the viral story is see he was canceled because he had because he spoke out on Hillary, which I had neither were true. And I went back to CNN and said, how about I come on and set the record straight? I've hard feelings. This has not been a fun experience, but this whole experience with you guys has been great and I'm happy to set the record today. They're like, shut up. Just shut up. And that was never been on their sense. Was that interesting? Yeah. I do remember reading that. But you do stand by when you said in that you do think she was getting bad care, right? Oh, listen her doctors responded to everything I said as though they were interrogatories. They literally said they really and they sent her to a hematologist for a hypercoagulation workup exactly as I suggested. Because she was getting really suboptimal. She had she had two clots in her legs and a clot in her transverse sinus and her skull. That is way out coagulation abnormalities. Something is going on. And they had her on a medication. And by the way, she had a stroke as a result of the clot of her skull. That's why she wore that those glasses with the opaque thing. It's called internuclear ophthalmoplegia from the stroke, and they were giving her armor thyroid and she wasn't even formally hypothyroid. And I thought, oh, that's the patient saying I want to lose some weight or I need some energy and armor thyroid was reported. I did a literature search as causing hypercoagulation. So I was like, this is horrible medical care, and they did adjust. They just did course quite a bit, so there you go. That's going through that. Going through that was really disconcerting, all right? Disconcerting. It's terrible. It's awful. And it was one of my early experiences with shit storms. Although every time I'm on your radio show, I've come to anticipate a shit storm because you producer will take out something I said and take it out of context and push it out and then lo and behold, shit storms ensue. But I'm getting kind of almost used to it. You know what I mean? They're just so many now. And that's why I want to hear people are sort of seeing through some of this stuff. It's like, ugh. Yeah. And I feel like they're my thing with the text messages with January 6th. 6 riots. So I'm going from TV to radio. I have 6 minutes and which time I was on the air with Pete hegseth. Peter Texas covering it the rally. I go, where those people go and pee, because they go into the capitol. And I say, well, that's not going to be good. There better be security there. And I go upstairs and I go to do radio. I look up. And I see what we all have seen a million times. Yeah. So while this is going on, I do what I always do. If I want to get new information, I text newsmakers all the time. Is this true? Did this happen? Did the president really go to the basement during the riots? He goes, you will tell this on the record. You can set this straight. And I could sit there and give my show the best information. And I knew for this window, I would have great contacts. I don't know if I'm gonna have an ex presidency. Well, the next one, but I have that one. So when this happens, I text Mark Meadows, and I text, and I'll tell you, I'll text Mark short. I take care of your McEnany. What is going on? Do you understand how bad this is? I also test members of the Trump family, not Donald junior. And I said, Eric, you got to stop these guys. I go, this is this. Do you want this? He's like, absolutely not. He goes Brian. You've been to my rallies. This is not our people. Our people are violent. These are in our people. So I obviously am in the eye of the storm. Wow. Eric has never would never say something like that. For Don Junior, by the way, to say, tell my dad to get on TV or whatever he said. It shows you there was no script to that. Nobody wanted that to happen. If son who gave the keynote address during that stupid ill advised rally, if he didn't know this was happening to him was bad that shows you that actually, I think shows you Trump had no idea, but he should have hopped on TV earlier. So they exposed it, but the thing that they missed true is that I never changed my stance on January 6th. I never saw pedal that. So I went back and I pulled all the shots of me saying January 6th. Okay, how many people were there just to create havoc? Trump set it up by staying go to the capitol and be heard. And Rudy Giuliani said, basically show your muscle. And I said that my guy stopped pulling sound bites after about 15. 6 months. The weird things to me is cat brought this up the other day too, that somehow the anchors at Fox endorse that behavior or that whole January 6th. Not one of you that I've ever talked to is anything other than that was a bad, horrible thing. It was all right. The riot. Yeah, I mean, but do I think that CNN should be doing 15 minutes of every hour on it? And that's why their ratings are crater. You have never seen ratings as slow on.
"brian k" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"And some of you, and then I tried a few years back when I was living in a homeless shelter when I first moved to LA. It was a four veterans. It was a veteran. I racked veteran homeless shelter. And they make you use all of your VA benefits and medical stuff. And so I tried to go to therapy then. And I think I made it through three sessions with the First Lady and then she gave me homework. That's a no, no. I'm not. No, I'm not going home with Stan Tron's and now you evaluate me and it's just stressful. It's something I gotta think about, you know? And then the second lady, I remember her, I remember the, 'cause I used to catch the bus out there in the bus made me like, you know, 14 or 15 minutes late. And. That's it, in LA. Yeah. And this was all the way to west LA too. From my from little Armenia to west LA. Okay, that's okay, so you're taking what the two that all the way straight across? No, not all the way. You take the two, two, I forget the station. Take the two to a train station and take a train to another place and then take another bus. To the VA. You know, isn't this that sort of thing? You gotta leave two hours early just to make sure that kind of thing, and I was 15 minutes late and I'll never forget that we were in the middle of some deep shit and she was like really empathetic and concerned and that sort of thing. And then when the clock hit the time it was over, she just switched up. Just got real cold and like, well it's 2 o'clock and you know just from now on be on time. I was like, well, 'cause I feel you, but at the same time,.
"brian k" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Welcome. Welcome. Welcome to another episode of couples therapy. My name is Andy. And I am Naomi. We're a real-life couple. A real life couple of comedians. And on couples therapy, we answer a couple different questions from a couple different listeners. Naomi, it was just your birthday, a little while ago for the listeners. A week ago for us, just a handful of days. Yes. And you got many texts from your estranged family members. Did you know I did? I got texts from family that I haven't spoken to or heard from. It was a roller coaster. But it's so funny. What kind of a roller coaster? Emotional. Yes. What? What kind? You were there. Yeah, did it feel like a real one? Did you feel the wind in your hair? The vomit in your throat? Well, my stomach did. And it did clench. But I will say the best one was from my Nigerian grandmother. What I love, of course, is she writes in all caps, but she's 90 blessed, okay? But what she's in this last email, she was like, so good to hear from you. Hope you're doing well, and that it was love to do boy. In all caps, J EW BOI won word. Now, walk me through this. Now she meant to write Joe boo, correct? Yes. I assume so. But if that's the case, then that means I'm like, she's out here watching my comedy. You know what I'm saying? Because even though jubo. Yeah, sure. Much love to the Hebrew lad. The Hebrew ad you've shacked up with. Jubilant almost sounds like a superhero, though. For some reason I'm imagining a cape, star of David in the center of your outfit. But I was like, it's also like, oh God, drew boy also sounds bad. You know, so I was like, so I was like, I can't engage with you boy, but of course the first thing I did was screen grab it and show it to you. And you did think you did tell me it should be a T-shirt. Yes. The whole the whole time. The whole text should be a T-shirt. Yeah, that's good. All the chaos. Listeners, would you enjoy that? A T-shirt that's just a text from Naomi's 90 year old Nigerian grandmother. It was very tender. T-shirts, by the way, Naomi. Oh, baby. Good holiday present would be a couples therapy T-shirt, a Jew boo. Boo. Proper spelling. Proper spelling. Two different styles. You gotta break vibe and you got the classic O's, our bagels and the W's a minora. So how whimsical do you want to be? That's the question when you make this purchase. You got to miss a bitch t-shirts. We got all the t-shirts for your holiday needs. All the teas for your holiday needs. In the literary and our social media bios. Speaking of holiday needs, I believe there's a little something you guys are gonna need to do this kwanza. Yeah. All right, this kwanza season. What day of kwanza specific? The fourth day, ujima, which I do believe is collective. Not collective work and cooperative economics, I believe. Ujjayi cooperative economics, which honestly may work, the cooperation. Would that be called socialism? Possibly. On Wednesday, December 29th, you can watch season three of the standups on Netflix. Your girl is episode two. Okay, so if I ain't in your queue, you better add it to the cube, and I want you to watch my half hour special on Netflix. We need the numbers. We need to go viral. We need to create a cultural moment. We need to go viral. You know, we need to go back to sound like a character in an Aaron Sorkin show. We got to go viral. Studio 60. Is that here's hurricane? Yeah, the one that didn't last. Exactly. So, but I just want people to watch, you know, I feel like it was great. I was there, again, obviously, I'm biased. Because I love you. But even if I hated you, I would have to, I would have to admit watching that being like, damn, that was a gosh darn. Gosh, darn, good set of improv. I'm stand up. So I just hope that, yeah, I hope it translates. You know, and I think all the listeners of CT, they know the journey that I've been on with this and putting it together in two months in a pandemic, trying to be the best, get it together. You can not hold my makeup against me y'all. I told you what happened with my makeup, especially if you own Patreon. So I wanna hear just focus on the content, focus on the content, baby girls, okay? Because that's what I have. But yes, December 29. I think that day on Patreon will do an episode where we watch it and give a behind the scenes commentary, right? Oh yeah, the page is always getting the inside track. We're always pulling back the sit curtain of showbiz. Speaking of the stand ups Naomi. Our guest today. Now we did this is what we did. We tried to do a couple episodes. Leading up to the release of the standups on Netflix, December 29th. Is that at midnight on the night before? Probably. With some of your fellow stand ups from that. So this week we have Brian Simpson. Yes, indeed, Bryan Simpson is so lovely so funny. Recently named one of vulture's comedians, you should and will know in 2021 and quite frankly, that's the fact 'cause he about to be on Netflix. So you can and should, no. This is great. We recorded this a couple months ago because we thought the status were coming out in October. That was what was supposed to happen. Absolutely. And Brian, it's super at the actual at your actual taping afterwards. We're standing outside. He came over and introduced himself. I know. He's like a nice friend. Look, you guys are in here, but his life, you know, it's so interesting. And he's so open. And we love it. Okay? So I say, let's stop pussy footing around and get to Brian Simpson. Roll it. How you doing? What's going on? What do you feel inside? I'm feeling good, man. I'm feeling I'm feeling relieved. I have taken the week off just to decompress. And.
"brian k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Doing this program because I learn stuff. For example, I'm talking to Brian kilmeade, author of the president and the freedom fighter, and you just shared something that I really was I never thought about this. So when Lincoln is elected in 1860, a number of states had seceded. First South Carolina 6 more. Okay, and so that's before his inauguration. Before he gets to The White House. Okay, so he's elected. They secede. And then on the assumption he's going to free the slaves and they're not going to deal with it. And he says to get them back into the union, he says you can have your slaves. Thirteenth Amendment could be yours. Okay, so that's the freed slaves. You could be enslaved. And so exactly how did that go? So obviously you said that Frederick Douglass feels betrayed. So it took him some time. I mean, it's kind of funny because you get this with Lincoln. He takes off everybody and at some point, right? And a real conservative today would say suspending habeas corpus. I don't know. You know, it's like it's very interesting that real leadership will do that. It will take off everybody in a way. But so for a while, it seems to me that Frederick Douglass must have not been very pleased with him. Absolutely not. And then when he brings up colonization to solve the problem of the African Americans in America, he say, listen, we made a big mistake. It happened before we were born. So can we send you back? So he invites newspapers, all the press with him, like selective members of the press. And he brings in African American leaders, doesn't invite Douglas. And he says, made a big mistake. Obviously, blacks and whites can't live together, and it's part of this part of the reason this is the reason for the war. So I would like to make you an offer give you plenty of money to go back to Central and South America or wherever you want to go. Douglas, everyone in South America or Africa. Africa, too. He said you could go wherever you wanted to go. We will send you. So we will free you and let you go. Absolutely out of the country. Out of the country. And this bothered Douglas. Beyond by these, I'm an American. I don't want to go anywhere. Where am I born? I'm born here. You got to send me elsewhere. Since when camp blacks and whites get together, remember, and I haven't brought this up yet, but they have another similarity. They both read this book called the Colombian orator. The Columbian order teaches how to speak publicly, teach how to hold yourself and also has great essays from these people like Cicero, Socrates, George Washington, people in our past, and they're thinking big and grandiose. So you wonder why that speech worked at 28? Lincoln's been reading every day since 7. That's right and envisioning himself on that level without the cockiness and ego with the humility to know that it may be what he was capable of. So when he brings up colonization, that is a theory. And I subscribe to it. That linking was trying to show everyone, I tried everything. We have to learn to live together. That's why he brought the press to hear that offer. And that's why he didn't bring Douglas in by far the most famous and respected African American lib black leader in the country at the time. That's a theory. Now, people will push back on that. Good luck. You go interview Lincoln. We'll never find out for sure. So that makes to me makes more sense. Because since when is he welcoming the press to take down something so controversial? So when that appears, you see his rebuttal, you see Douglas rebuttal in the north store. It's kind of funny because Lincoln really does come across as real like a canny backwoods thinker. Like somebody who just he's playing 3D chess, he's playing with his opponents. He's playing with their expectations. I mean, it's fascinating that he would do that because that's part of leadership. And I think that that's difficult, especially when you're dealing with something as visceral as the issue of slavery, you know, to play that to play that game politically. Did Frederick Douglass well, so what happened with the Emancipation proclamation and with regard to Frederick Douglas? Oh, it's one of the greatest moments he's told to expect it and when it finally expects it. He chronicles and in speech he gave afterwards and the emotion that they feel as it comes down, delayed for a day and then it finally comes down. It's the moment. But he didn't free the slaves in the border states. Why Eric? Not because he felt less of them, but if he loses Marilyn in Delaware, and they flip to the other side, then he suddenly outnumbered by the Confederate States of America. So he's got to play. It's what does he care? Of course not. But I have to deal with this is what I'm dealing with. This is my neighborhood right now. I'm going to fix the neighborhood when I can fix the neighborhood. Well, but this gets right back to the founders. I mean, you just said that Lincoln read their books. He knew what they thought. But today we know that the founders wanted to get rid of slavery at least most of them did. And they couldn't, and they had to make this devil's bargain to create the new country to create the constitution. And they don't get any credit for that in the same way that a lot of times people are today tearing down Lincoln statues. They don't understand their real leadership makes you do things sometimes that, you know, you're not happy to do it. You just feel it's the best of two bad options. When we see his parents, you know, you gotta push back and you gotta steal your kids for things that are coming down the line, you maybe feel reluctant, but you know when the big picture, you're doing the right thing. Because it's about outcome. While having integrity, but to your point, when this, there's so much that you can learn about this. Number one, as a country you evolve, you see in this book, both men of, in the beginning, Frederick Douglas gets out William wood garrison is his mentor, and they agree that the constitution is flawed. It's got to be torn down to this country's got to be remade. Wow. He gradually moves away from that. And said, by the way, he was also into nonviolence. Frederick Douglas getting attacked in certain areas, the things he's saying provocative, William Roy garrison mentors them, he becomes his first speaking agent, puts him in different places as a legitimate slave with tremendous intellect and natural gifts in front of people. He's half Malcolm X half Muhammad Ali and half Martin Luther King. He's everything. He's got that type of talent and smarts. And he's going around speaking, and he because he's always reading and learning. Next thing, you know, he meets Garrett Smith and Garrett Smith believes the constitution is great and we are not living up to it. Did he evolve that he changed was he? What was he bad? Is that life? But that question is also alive today. The question of the constitution, the founders do we throw it away? We'll be right back talking to Brian kilmeade the book is the president and the.
"brian k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Let me just it is definitely a positive positive in people's heads. And when I was first asked to write a biography of William force, I felt the same way, I thought, I'm not a historian. How am I going to write a biography? How am I going to do this? So it is a weird thing, but I actually think that if you're not an academic, you bring a fresh perspective and have been an ability to communicate to see things, academics are, you know, they're trying to make they're trying to impress other academics. So I'm so glad Bill O'Reilly encouraged you. We're going to go to a break folks talking to Brian kilmeade. You may know him from fox and friends. You need to know him as the author of many books, the new one is the president and the freedom fighter will be right back. Ballerina you must deceive. Dancing folks. I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. In the folks, I'm talking to Brian kill me, you may know him from fox and friends,.
"brian k" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It was the pioneering days we had to learn. learn what to do learn. Yeah so And you could hear jesse. Because i forget episodes you showed up in but eventually showed up and then So that's out there. The geek quorum is also available on Podcast an it's on youtube as well if you look decorum we have. I think i don't know how many episodes We do every episode of the mandolin. What sometimes we do a couple of as a kind of a pack bunch. You know like you're saying because it's just again too hard to do them all at once Every week released for me. Because i'm not a fulltime youtuber. Not even close right. We kind of haven't done in a while or at least i haven't edited them on a while so it it's not a full season two yet but if you wanna watch some of them and again those especially the first one's really rough so maybe skip if you get some more a little better but And then as far as like if you want to contact me or other. People do the podcast. Our podcast. emails. Always been the same for god. Thirteen fourteen fifteen years now. And that's the g corum gmail.com g. q. R u m. very nice. Very nice sir. I appreciate it I cannot tell you how much fun this was. Just a catch up into dwell and yes an awesome. You must have bruce springsteen question for me the you say you're gonna ask me about yes i was i was i was gonna I didn't know if you've done the homework. So yes we're all right so if you are Back a collective or quorum person. You're like what. Brian is on a new podcast. I have to listen to this I end every with this question. And j armstrong is an honors english teacher in the philadelphia area. He just recently retired but every year he would have his seniors Honors english class in two days looking at the song thunder road listening to the song reading the lyrics talk about the imagery and at the end of the two days. He would ask us class this mary get in the car. That was your homework brian. So does mary getting the car. Well knowing that there's this legacy of previous answers is really intimidating. Because i don't know what they are what they said but You know it's kind of it's it's a bit like his cat okay. So there's there's An unknown state of of what happens in with a song like this with Not not being able to enter that state. You can't observe it for yourself to see exactly what happens which is part of what makes it so good to speculate about as it is for that but you can infer some things walls From the lyrics from the performance. And from what i gathered The singer The wind telling this woman to come with him. it's mary with them We'll call him bruce. He's definitely going somewhere he is going. That's to me is clear. The question is whether she is and the thing is what i gather from the lyrics. And what we what he says about her when he says about the town is that she doesn't have much to live for in that town so.
"brian k" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"It's how much you can save the up. And so i keep practicing that a matter of fact this year what. I'm bringing the spca a bunch of cheeses. They're all mine now. They're not my comparing product there. If from a an missionary but there might jesus you guys can all tell me how i did. Wait i believe me. I will go belly phone. I'll exactly how you did You'll know I would say if i if i have to burp shortly after. That's a good sign. But it wasn't but he wouldn't. Because i can eat an orange and ethelbert so that wouldn't matter so you start one step at a time and you don't get discouraged and you keep looking for people that are doing the same thing because they are out there That number is growing. It's not going down. It looks impossible right now. Good we got them right right. Brian k we got them right where we want them. Absolutely there. there certain we're surrounded and we can shoot in any direction and we're surrounded and that's right. It doesn't matter which way we fire. We hit one of them. I want to switch gears here quickly. Finishes a here's a wonderful little essay at.
"brian k" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Freedom to farm on livestock control our land and choose our diet. The socialist roster of lies about meeting must be countered. One of the biggest lies is that veganism protects the environment. but look. there's a movie out there about this Which line is is brian k. Brian kaelin okay. Brian k yeah all right. What's a movie about the cows and about the progenitor farming of the cows. A movie out about this Oh the ground and several out the one. I are you talking about along one or well. It's a documentary. And i only watch like ten minutes of it. I think you might have sent it to me. And it's the woman is starts she that she's an environmentalist who she was and she was going to. Protest meeting was doing all this to and then when she started studying regenerative farming she goes Regenerate farming actually consumes carbon dioxide baker. Cal that's it sacred cow. That's it sacred cow boom. Everybody needs to watch this weekend. You're you're viewing assignment is sacred cow. Have you seen it. I have not seen it There's so many of them out there and there's so much of it that has so much of this climate change in garbage in it that i can't even stomach watching. I mean i. I feel like a lot of these. People are in in the wrong side of things when it comes to a lot of this stuff and they're to get enough about they're gonna eat not by the beast this aac account movie. She's on the right side. She says okay. We need to restore regenerative cow farming. And and and and she as she walked she goes to a place that was baron completely barren and had been had been fertilized to death. They'd fertile fertilize the land to death. They brought him back. Cow saddle saddle. They brought it back with cows and she says it looks she She looks she was a tree hugging..
"brian k" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Now i did grow up in. A stereotypical talion catholic background. Where they'd be a picture of sinatra the pope and the last supper in that order. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode. Is set lessening bruce. Your podcast all about bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson joining me today. We're getting off the bruce bandwagon but he will come up as he normally does A couple months ago. brian Had me on his podcast and we had a great time. And so i ask brian if he would return. The favorite did so brian. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having appreciative. Yes so tell my audience a little about yourself. Well i The whole elevator pitch. I suppose Well i do work full-time Boring insurance adjuster job. And i do enjoy music. Music is that that definitely brings joining life all all sorts of music arts culture and whatnot. i. I am passionate about a lot of mental health issues as say. She gathered from our Visit on my podcast. The gist i. I enjoy just learning more discovering more. Just seeing what makes me tick name of your podcast again. Mental health film comment okay. Not not a very creative name. The fit the fit purpose of it. Yeah and so. What a lot of times this year will you will talk. Men are mental health issues and combined with pop culture for example we talked a blind by the light We touched a little bit on love and mercy on and so Yeah and it was a lot of fun. So what before. Get to your early background. What what drove you to do that. Kind of podcast. What what was the You know your origin story. Why did you decide to start talking about this. I'm not sure to be honest with you. there happened some times when i've been watching various different movies and i've watching the movie and i think there should be a podcast to talk about this movie because i was i was watching and i'll be perfectly. I was watching this movie. The effect of gamma rays on mannion. The moon miracles watching this. Which by the way is an amazing movie of you may have to seek it out because it i..
"brian k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"My family. We're going to hear about that. When we come back books talking to pastor brian gibson. The website is pg dot today on twitter. He's lead pastor. He's my new best friend. And i want to say They decided somebody decided to come after you to make you Suffer for what who were the who came after you what happened. Why did they do this. Any of us. That were vocal on what was called the trump march leading up to the six. Yeah they put bullseyes on all of us. What made me such convenient target. Was that picture with the q shaman. Yeah taken a month before. When i didn't know who it was by the way pelosi's nephew also has pictures with that guy. Multiple other pastors. I'm a public figure. When you re talking about governor pretty boy can really boy. it's another one. I saw pretty boy less pretty boy not pretty enough to be governor but pretty right so he's got something going for him so so i was. It was convenient for them and There are groups out there. These groups are more coordinated than you would know they are. I was going on media going on every kind of show out there right. Sam what you saw the six. What really happened and telling the truth right and so. I think that i wouldn't shut up so they kept coming and so what they did. Is they sent fourteen to fifteen hundred death threats. In a week they teen to fifteen hundred death threats. Yeah some of them are gonna week. Yeah cut out killer letters from the eighties right man. Who's doing this. Well there are three big groups that people. I'm not mentioned by name. Because i'll be sued but groups. Yeah that that Perpetrate and do this kind of stuff to people and they use a three prong way of doing it number one. They'll hire internet trolls right. Make fake they keep coming. Keep coming keep coming you block them. They build more. They threaten threatened threaten the second group they use. They use antifa antifa and radical. Blm to come in a rash you. That's the muscle in in the mix They sent them into my hotel room to come after me. They sent them up into the mountains. Where i had my family to say place. Couldn't go home for like a week. And then they use all of the left wing media cnn the ap you name it who all it is all those kind of groups though. Keep calling calling calling writing hit piece after piece right wing. Watch you name it. They keep coming to three three prong attack. But you're still here. Yeah they're not killing me yet and you're full of fire. Yeah and here's the deal I'll believe this. I believe jesus is the land that takes away the sin of the world right or one hundred percent. Jesus lamb died for my sins forgiven on my way to heaven because of him. But jesus is not just a lamb. Jesus has also allying. he'll return to execute judgment upon the nations and what wisdom teaches us to do is it teaches us when to be the lamb and when to be the lion and it's a time in america that we need some lions and so people need to stop being afraid. Most of this is just intimidation. If they kill me they'll make thousands of me. No make more around me. They don't wanna kill me. They want to scare me. And if you can be scared you can become ineffective and so what you do. Is you have to realize that. God has given you a spirit of fear but a power love and a sound mind and push back and if they kill me. There's some days it's like that's not such a bad deal. You ever walked into funeral home. Seeing a guy in a casket and be like. Look at that lucky dude. You know what i'm saying. He don't know bill. he's out christian. God now the bullets that he dodged outta here. So i'm moved out of the way to protect my kids. I've got young kids right. Yeah so you do what you gotta do but come on. We gotta get bowls. Christians got to get bold. People gotta speak up. People gotta stand up. The first amendment will be gone and if the first amendment is home the whole system we have. Yeah it's gone. It alters if there's no question well listen we're basically at a time but it's just such a joy to get to know you. Brian gibson We've got to figure out how to connect on some of these things because everything unfortunately depends on this stuff hundred percent and But just the fact that you exist. gives me tremendous encouragement God is using you in my life right now in the lives of the people listening and watching this and i think god has a plan but his people need to wake up and stand and fight and praise him in all circumstances and fear nothing but him. God bless you brian. Hey thanks for having me..
"brian k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Isn't gonna take it. You're not going to pull out a gun. But what did you do. Oh i called all the local press. And i said i'm going to defy. The governor's unconstitutional mandates. Were passing out. Communion were touching everybody. I'm touching people's eyeballs. When they get here. We're killing and tell to come arrest me swell. Every time before i got born again i'd get coked up or drunk i've arrested i'll i'm like let's get arrested for jesus now that i'm a christian right me. You're just the kind of trouble that we're looking for. In my organization you were hired. Young men are. And i'm but i'm telling you. Is that walter brennan. I'm telling you seriously that we have a lot of people in america. Have that fiery attitude. And i gotta say i think i'm one of them's i come and get me. They do you dare come on. Let's see what you got because really most people know this is crazy. This is ridiculous. So god bless you for your courage and for all the pastors and all the americans that think the way you do but for those who don't wow they need to see when passes interested so you had that attitude what happened. Yeah so so we did that. The some local press covetous and was positive right. There's a modest press out there so we'll maybe in kentucky kentucky. Just a few so back swamps have. We did a back to church sunday. Yeah we kicked it off of fox. News picked it up. Newsmax picked it up. Everybody picked it up. Woke up one morning on fox news and five thousand churches over the next three weeks across america opened up the pledge with us at pg dot today peaceably gathers our organization. That were opened up the church. We're not shutting down again to you. Unleash this on them. We unleashed should on them. We were telling you one of the first big voices in america. That came out swinging on that then. Obviously guys like jack hibs were. Were right there with us. Johnny committee jack hibs. Yeah jack. you're no longer my best friend. Yeah brian head of the class to the punch. So jack needs to step up his game. Well honestly i'm glad to get this story because i think when the history of this season is written. It's important that we understand how this all happened. Because i just heard this now. I didn't know that you were that guy. And isn't it interesting that when somebody steps up and is willing to do the right thing and to be brave and say come on. Get me whatever it is. I'm gonna do the right thing. It inspires others. It leads to stuff so we are about inspiring. People say folks now is the time to stand if you do not. You're part of the problem. I'm just saying if you go with the flow. You are now part of the problem. This is bad. This is a season where everybody has to kind of figure out where you stand. So we're gonna alvin. How much time do we have. We're gonna go so all right. So what. What happened after that We did that and so churches come online. Across the nation religious liberty was the story everywhere right and then the all of the riots broke out in america right. The narrative trump came out and said churches essential and which was which was a big win for us. That's what we're pushing for. But the narrative got changed with all of the the burning down your local grocery store. Stop this last summer but isn't arson free speech. Well it's mostly peaceful isn't murder and mayhem free speech. Yeah so so you wanna talk about that person. What about when. I didn't stab him all those other second focus on that. It was mostly a nonviolent stabbing. Yeah ball i believe as christians were people apiece right but that doesn't mean i'm a pacifist but i believe that most pastors and most christians stand there nice little sanctuaries nicely green rooms and i said what we gotta do is we gotta go where the trauma the drama and the mayhem is and we started going into places like chop. We're gonna we're gonna come back to that. We're coming to you from the anarchy which is loaded with khaki wearing coward pastures and ministry.
"brian k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Being. It's been weeks there's no food. The bathrooms are it's like a sinking cruise ship here. It's unbelievable were trapped in here. We've got the swine flu. The what was that thing. The shriners snow. What was that. Legionnaire's disease were trapped on this boat. It said anyway. We're trying to make the best of it and we're recording. It's recording from hitler's bunker Mrs just walked by. She's in tears. I have is my guest. Brian gibson now brian. I i met you yesterday. And you're not somebody that's easy to sum up one of the joys of the rb as bumping into folks like you and and then being able to have you on the program but you're you're tough to some so you're a pastor in kentucky and texas correct. Yes yeah. Been pastoring now. Seventeen years got campuses in west. Texas and western kentucky conveniently located twelve hundred miles apart. Where did you grow up. grew up in kentucky farm kid from kentucky and it s why eerie net piece of cold squirrel. While you're talking. One hundred percent so your pastor but when we spoke yesterday you were sharing with me. How in the last few years. You've gotten seriously involved In what is happening in this country. You've preached on the street in places like the fake autonomous zone in seattle chop or chaz chaz bono or chastity bono or whatever it's called so how did this happen for you. When did you suddenly get awakened to the madness. While believe this one hundred percent and of hung my life on this verse. Jesus said matthew sixteen eighteen. I will build my church and the gates of ill will not prevail against you. Don't take that literally come on literally. I'll take it and my favorite place in the world's in northern israel rights philip philipot. You ever been up there before. No oh you gotta go so. There's this massive rockwall right And at the top of it. There's a there's a cab at the bottom of it for the spring came out. Fountainhead of the jordan river. Oh i know which you know where i'm talking about now. So so up there that they worship pagan gods right. Pan caesar up there. They worship zeus up. There and know observant jew would go close to it right. Jesus took his disciples. There says right there where it's dark. Words messed up where it's broken. He says i will build my echinacea my church the gates of hell won't prevail against it so i think the church's mission is not to stay where it safe not to stay where it's warm not to stay where it's pleasant out to be conference but to be in the red light district of bangkok to be at fat tuesday or mardi gras to beware hell's breaking loose. The traffic breaks loose. This is the kind of crazy that i am all about. That's why i knew. I like to and loved you. So how do you live that out. I mean you've got a family. You pass their churches. How do you. How do you personally live that out. Yeah well this last year. I mean i started my church in a bar where guys got busted for dealing a co connects and i thought man. This would be a great place. What ecstasy so drug. The next that's the street. Name for ecstasy. Yeah yeah so. I thought what a better place to start a church turn turn a tavern into temple right and so that's an rda and this last year when they locked down the churches you know we passer church. Four locations couple thousand people Two different states different governors one here in texas governor abbott. A very different perspective than governor. Bashir fuhrer bashir right in in kentucky. So you're kentucky you're in kentucky people's values in kentucky are pretty middle america. Then we had bashir that every night who would get on his fireside chat. Talk about the church talk about pastors. Talk about cova and hammer us night after night after night. And you mean kentucky which i would think of as a red state. You have a governor with a blue state brain a leftist off. Think think if Cuomo and you know the galley going to blog yo had a child that would wreak of nature. Yeah we say that in love but yes so you're talking about the. How does how does kentucky elected governor like that. Well we had matt bevin before. Who is a stud that dude as a hero. I have known him. he's a he's a hero. Well he's to have up brand for him in the governor's mansion. Yeah i mean. He's better preacher than i am. And great leader but he took on the teacher's pension trying to straighten out in the state of kentucky and bashir's father destroyed it when he was governor of state. there the state of kentucky. Yeah so he took on the teacher's union and they got a tit for tat fighting aids. Family program you watch now. I'll be careful listen. The past bible church is sitting in the. He's going to be on here next. I just want you to clean it up my repent right. The program unbelievable. So here's here's what what goes on Bevin goes after that pension has a war public war with the teachers. Yes and they take him out and He had a bad peo- some bed. Peo- we we're in a war because he's a hero are we. Don't have to get into this. But i'm saying that when covance started. I guess you saw this. You'd had enough. And but what did you do to to When did you what did you do about it. I guess to bring you to where we are now. Because i've heard your story. And i want you to my audience while the health department tried to shut us down for passing out easter eggs. Two kids a while. The mcdonald's is is pushing french fries. Communist coffees putting out breath as lot days. But the church can't give an egg to the the kids. And i hope everybody is listening people having their private conversations but people listening on this program when you're trying to do it's not even god's work you just trying to do the normal thing it's east or you're passing out east and some. Sob comes from the government and tells you can't do that now in a civilized country you pull out a gun and say get off my property or i will kill you because that is so offensive to an american in a free country that they would behave that way and but we're supposed to act as though well we have different points of view. This is absolute madness has been unleashed on america. And a normal person..
"brian k" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Uh, not quite the whole year. So again, it depends on how an investor bison market If you think about the But the overall arching push a lot of people think is defined by saviors and P 500. The return of the S and P 500 is largely old to just a handful of names. Um, So if you look at Say just the top. They pull it up here. For example, you look at the The just the top 10 names and out of firing your company's account for almost 28% of the weight of the index that are 50 names, so just 10% of the company's account for 54% off the index and therefore 54% of the return. What That means. Is that it in years like last year, um and actually the last 3 to 5 years, Where were the market's been moving upwards and doing well? Led by these large company doesn't really matter What your bottom two or 300 companies in the S and P 500 do. Because the bigger ones are are Are doing so well that they're driving all of the return. When those stop doing this wasp they have, and that's our expectation. Then there's an opportunity for some of the names underneath to actually start driving that performance. So By a bigger this person returns and it means that they're returns when they're gonna be bunched in together where everything seems to sort of move in the same direction. One way or another, If you recall, you know prior to call, but we had this sort of Risk on risk off, um sort of situation. The market where you know, based on certain factors, everything would move in, You know, in the positive, and then there's another facts who move in the negative, So I think now it's gonna be based on a number of different factors. So Bottom line is we think that stock selection will shine. So people have said it better Cos will stand a chance of doing better and not simply by tying their investment to size, you know, toe large cap, so s so we think that was gonna be opportunities. Um, you know, across side segments and across all sectors really? Giveaway of the week is a two page information sheet on the market. Greater 100 enhanced index, including performance data for the last four years, and I will be happy to send it out to you if you will call our toll free number 8662476663 or email me. Brian K. At a I P financial services dot com Carlos Always a pleasure talking to you. I appreciate you spending your time with us, and I hope you have a good rest of the weekend and sunny Miami. You too, Brian. Pleasure's all mine. Not Thanks for having me again. All right, take care. We will be back after these words with your interest rate update and Web site of the week. Don't go away.
"brian k" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For masters coverage, led by Brian K. Trick and Charlie Reimer, and they have the latest on where we stand through 54 holes. Jason. Thanks. So, Charlie, The story of this master so far has been the superstars and we have the number one player in the world atop the leaderboard by four shots. One of you thought of the play of Dustin Johnson. Well, he's certainly shown why he is number one player in the world. And there was some question coming into this week about Dustin Johnson. He's one of the handful of players members of the PGA Tour that have tested positive for covert 19 actually. Had a 10 or 11 Day quarantine and coming into last week in Houston. We weren't exactly sure what we were going to get out of Dustin Johnson. He did close strong with 65 finished tied for second. And that gave us some indication that maybe he's healthy today, Brian. He looked really healthy and looking at his round today. Phenomenal round round of the week to seven under par 65. He drove it long. He hit great iron shots. He putted it. Well, A couple of times he needed to scramble. He did that well. He looked like Superman out there today. We'll see if he can hold it together for one more round. He's gonna have some J. M and Abraham answer in that final group with them A couple of Masters rookies. They're four shots back. But some J M was the PGA Tour rookie of the year, so he does rookies very well. Cameron Smith is also 12 under par. Then the South African Dylan for Telly and Justin Thomas is 10 under par. He's six shots back. Is that too far back to catch Dustin Johnson? Yes, it seems like it Well, that's always a question in golf. How far back is too far back. The history here in Augusta National suggests that we don't have big dramatic come from behind victories here. We have some runaways, and then we have players that are right around the lead. That when they step up on that second nine on Sunday, That's the group of players that typically win Justin Thomas today just was sloppy in his round. He made five bogeys in the last seven holes. If he only makes one or two. Then maybe he's got a shot. I just think that he is too far back to make anything happen on this golf course. Tomorrow after the third round are with Watson spoke with Dustin Johnson DJ 65 today at without missing a fair way. Can you remember a day when you've driven the ball as well as you did today? Did Dr very nicely, especially.
"brian k" Discussed on Spoken Word Poetry
"Listen. Weekly on Anchor spotify apple itunes an iheartradio. True. Stories and poetry. Exactly what the soul needs. Hello. Welcome. To spoken word poetry today, we've got another series of my meet the author and we have got my good friend Brian, K Morris who I met at a convention. So many years ago, and he knows his stuff he actually is a fulltime writer. He left his last job which I believe was a water working at a water department but he left there in He's one of the or he'll wait the story is here's one of the last ones hired and then I think they let him go. So then that's when he decided to do full-time. Writing. But I H- used to be on another previous podcast I had. So I thought I would bring him on here so of you could meet him. and His name is Brian K. Morris who I have with me right now. Hi Brian. I'm fine. How are you? So far, I'm pretty darn good. Thank you for having me on your program. Flattered Yeah, you're quite welcome well, like I've told other previous guests that I have been doing nothing but reading my own homes or talking about why I wrote them for almost two years and I didn't want my audience to get sick and tired of just listening to me all the time. So what better way into let me other authors or who can share their work or their advice because actually the beginning of my introduction for spoken word poetry I do say something about we share truth stories and poetry. So I, the stories and the truth kind of fits in with having other guests so I think I'm going to stick with me author series and see how well it goes. I'm optimistic. I think it's GonNa. Go well. Yeah. We're fine. We'll. You know I've gotten almost two years and I finally hit Fifteen K so. Yeah. We were actually in the top one hundred and apple podcasts in Nigeria..