35 Burst results for "Bruising"

Why Mike Gallagher Doesn't Appear in '2000 Mules'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | Last week

Why Mike Gallagher Doesn't Appear in '2000 Mules'

"And I am really sorry that it's been so weird and just a series of I want to make sure people know because a couple of people ask me, well, Mike, why aren't you in the movie when many of your Salem column colleagues are many of them are but not all of us and it was for me it was absolutely just a scheduling thing where it was just hard for me. They filmed parts of the movie out in California and when I needed to be out in California, I was committed and then to other things I could not get out of and of course the Mar-a-Lago event last night. I am right in the middle of rehearsals for we opened next week a funny thing happened on the way to the forum, my sort of my side gig, my passion I love theater and I'm playing suitless, which is a challenging role, real physical. I got bruises on my you should see the bruise on my arm. Look at the bruise. If you're watching on Salem news channel right now, can I turn my arm around and show you? Look at that. Look at that bruise from rehearsal. Because somebody grabbed me on my arm. Does that mean because I'm old when somebody grabs me, I get bruised?

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Brian Stelter Spins CNN Plus Collaps

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brian Stelter Spins CNN Plus Collaps

"Ari, I got to play for you something I played for Ed because I need your reaction to Brian stelter. Poor guy is in this unwinnable city. I like Brian. I've got up the acela with Brian. I like Brian Dunn is shell back in the old days. And you know, he sees a lefty, and he's way left, and his show is biased, and we all know. It's kind of a funny thing. It's like watching the browns, right? We're not going to win with Brian. Here's how he explains CNN plus yesterday. Here at CNN, new ownership decided to shut down the CNN plus streaming service less than a month after it was launched by the previous management team. The U turn was front page news. Stunning news, and painful news for everyone involved. Years of development possibly down the drain, some of the shows may never be seen. Hundreds of staffers may be laid off though the company is trying to place many of them in new jobs. Amid these bruising headlines, folks are trying to make sense of it. And some partisans are leaving to predictable talking points about politics. But the truth is, this was a corporate move.

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Nile Gardiner on Putin's reaction to a Defeat in Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Nile Gardiner on Putin's reaction to a Defeat in Ukraine

"Is it a good idea to push Putin out? Because it's going to be a major challenge. It's going to be a meat grinder bloodbath mess. Major war major escalation, Poland giving tanks and all that. But the problem is, if you succeed, now you have embarrassed and shamed and given a loss to a guy Vlad Putin, who's not a big fan of losing who is not a very well balanced individual and who happens to still be the proud owner of a large array of chemical weapons and 6300 nukes. Now I'm not a Putin fan. He's a tyrant. He's a bad guy. But is it a good idea to give that bad guy a bruising loss and have to deal with the consequences in the potential danger that could happen? Yeah, great questions, Jim. And as you point out, I also am Putin is a complete psycho and a thug and a menace to society, frankly. And that's what he is. And we're seeing that every day in Ukraine with the atrocities that his barbaric military are carrying out on the ground in Ukraine. And if Putin is pushed into a corner, you know, how will he respond? And these are very important points. I mean, certainly there's a possibility that Putin may use chemical weapons in Ukraine. And the Russians have used chemical weapons before Syria. They use them on British soil. They use them these novichok actually in the city of Salisbury in the UK several years ago against a former Russian agent, and that killed a couple of British citizens. So I'm Putin's capable of using these kinds of weapons. We can't underestimate what he's capable of. But at the same time, you know, I'm on the view that with bullets like Putin, you've really got to stand up to them, you know, you have to really demonstrate strength and resolve because if he gets away with what he's doing in Ukraine, I'm in no doubt that he's going to set his sights further

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A GOP Strategy for Dealing With Biden's SCOTUS Pick Ketanji Jackson

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:34 min | 2 months ago

A GOP Strategy for Dealing With Biden's SCOTUS Pick Ketanji Jackson

"I want to make the case for why Republicans should trash. The reputation and the record of Biden's Supreme Court nominee katangi Brown Jackson. Now, katon G Brown Jackson is a leftist. She is a known leftist and she was supported by the left wing of the Democratic Party. There was, for a while there, a lot of talk about another woman named Michelle childs who had been advocated by Lindsey Graham. And of course, that would be a great benefit to Biden if he could get Lindsey Graham. Maybe a couple of other Republicans then claim even with obviously two or three Republicans. This is a bipartisan vote. But the left was outraged because Michelle childs had said a couple of good things about business, had said that Noah's job is to interpret and not make laws, and so the idea was, oh, no, no, no, she might be a little too moderate. And so we get catan J Jackson. And here's an article in CNN. The theme of which is, hey, Republicans, you know, you don't really want to oppose this nominee. The argument is that the quoting Republican sources and so I it may be that there are some Republicans who think like this, we need to measure the approach. We need to yes, we need to vet this woman judge Jackson, but look, it's not really going to change the balance on the court. If it's 6 three now, with Robert's maybe, so it's 5 four. Maybe 6 three. This isn't going to change things. So why create a big fuss about it? The Democrats don't need Republican votes if they can get a solid 50 democratic senators. Obviously Kamala Jackson can break a tie. And so the Democrats are pushing for, let's call it an uneventful nomination process. But here's why I think that's a mistake. First of all, there's plenty of fodder with this woman. She's inexperienced. She's got decisions that were slapped down by the higher courts and on the idea that she had overreached her judicial authority. So this is not exactly the top drawer nominee. Basically, Biden sort of admits that because he's kind of saying, well, listen, I'm going to limit the search to black women, so kind of this is the smartest black woman I could find. And but Republicans need to teach Democrats to lessen for the way that they treat our nominees. That is the point here. And it's a critical point because if we don't do this, then the Democrats will take the lesson. And rightly so, look, we can bruise and trash their nominees, however qualified. Doesn't matter how good Kavanaugh is, we will destroy that guy's reputation by going back to stuff that he might have done in a high school or at some party. And make stuff up, allegations completely unsupported by someone who has a political axe to grind. And in the case of Amy Coney Barrett, someone who has an impeccable record, a kind of spotless personal life. No, that's okay. We're gonna pile on Amy Coney Barrett. So that's how the left operates and why should we operate any differently if we do, we're basically going to be saying that we're the weaklings who don't mind being bullied in the schoolyard, go right ahead and keep doing it because we're not going to do it to you. I think we need to do it to her. Brown Jackson and in that sense, even if she goes through, that's all right, but nevertheless we will have taught the Democrats a very valuable and memorable

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Being Attacked as an Outspoken Conservative

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Being Attacked as an Outspoken Conservative

"So Gabby, so you're involved in the front lines. And you've probably been a recipient of a lot of different attacks. Talk a little bit about that. So growing up, I've always been an outspoken conservative. I've never known the difference. I didn't know it was taboo to be a conservative, freshman year and sophomore year of high school, I was called racist. I was talked about on Twitter. So going into college, I was already prepared. I wasn't going to stray away. I wasn't going to back down, but luckily, I'm a business major. So a majority of my professors are pretty base, not biased, even my most left is professors, were not biased, even when I disagreed with their ideology and beliefs. But do you think from the students do you think there's intolerance that bruise from there? Oh, 100%. I was involved with the whole progressive club debacle and how they attacked our chapter. We have so many screenshots and it's been very interesting, but again, I've been through this since high school. So it's not my first time around this rodeo. And it makes you tougher. Oh, 100%.

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Heat win 3rd straight, pull away from Magic 93-83

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Heat win 3rd straight, pull away from Magic 93-83

"Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler returned returned from from a a bruised bruised tailbone tailbone to to score score seventeen seventeen points points and and grabbed grabbed eleven eleven rebounds rebounds as as he he topped topped the the magic magic ninety ninety three three eighty eighty three three Caleb Caleb Martin Martin added added seventeen seventeen points points and and merrier merrier to to vin vin was was productive productive in in his his first first career career started started center center finishing finishing with with sixteen sixteen points points and and fifteen fifteen boards boards in in Miami's Miami's third third straight straight win win Butler Butler had had missed missed twelve twelve of of Miami's Miami's last last thirteen thirteen games games because because of of the the injury injury Martin Martin sat sat out out Miami's Miami's previous previous seven seven games games because because of of a a stand stand in in the the NBA NBA is is health health and and safety safety protocols protocols Gary Gary Harris Harris scored scored twenty twenty for for the the magic magic which which led led twenty twenty one one twelve twelve before before Miami Miami tied tied it it on on a a twelve twelve three three run run I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Cavaliers win fifth straight, rout Rockets 124-89

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Cavaliers win fifth straight, rout Rockets 124-89

"It's it's now now a a five five game game winning winning streak streak for for the the Cavaliers Cavaliers after after their their one one twenty twenty four four eighty eighty nine nine routed routed the the rockets rockets Darius Darius garland garland dropped dropped in in twenty twenty one one points points and and Isaac Isaac Okoro Okoro added added twenty twenty in in Cleveland's Cleveland's largest largest margin margin of of victory victory this this season season dean dean Wade Wade scored scored sixteen sixteen for for Cleveland Cleveland which which led led to to eighty eighty four four thirty thirty nine nine midway midway through through the the third third quarter quarter and and had had one one hundred hundred points points entering entering the the fourth fourth Cleveland Cleveland played played without without rookie rookie ever ever moblie moblie who who bruised bruised his his right right hip hip Monday Monday against against Miami Miami the the rockets rockets finished finished the the game game without without coach coach Stephen Stephen Silas Silas who who walked walked off off the the court court late late in in the the first first quarter quarter and and was was treated treated for for dehydration dehydration I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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California mom charged in case of kid hitting sports rival

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 5 months ago

California mom charged in case of kid hitting sports rival

"A a mother mother in in southern southern California California is is facing facing criminal criminal charges charges for for encouraging encouraging her her athlete athlete daughter daughter to to hit hit an an opposing opposing player player the the charges charges of of battery battery and and contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a minor minor were were imposed imposed on on forty forty four four year year old old mature mature Shanti Shanti hunt hunt about about a a month month after after a a punch punch was was thrown thrown during during a a girls girls basketball basketball tournament tournament Orange Orange County County district district attorney attorney Todd Todd Spitzer Spitzer says says there there was was a a physical physical turnover turnover play play both both hunt's hunt's daughter daughter and and the the victim victim ended ended up up on on the the ground ground and and then then moments moments later later as as they're they're heading heading across across the the court court mom mom can can be be heard heard yelling yelling out out you'd you'd better better hit hit her her for for that that N. N. hunt's hunt's daughter daughter did did a a sucker sucker punch punch that that knocked knocked fifteen fifteen year year old old Lauren Lauren him him to to the the floor floor causing causing a a concussion concussion and and bruises bruises neck neck Spitzer Spitzer calls calls it it unconscionable unconscionable apparent apparent would would encourage encourage your your child child to to engage engage in in violence violence during during a a sporting sporting event event but but one one legal legal expert expert calls calls the the charges charges a a stretch stretch saying saying prosecutors prosecutors will will have have a a tough tough time time proving proving hunts hunts outburst outburst was was an an actual actual command command and and not not just just an an emotional emotional response response I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Nets escape Timberwolves 110-105 behind Durant's 30

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Nets escape Timberwolves 110-105 behind Durant's 30

"Kevin Kevin Durant Durant delivered delivered thirty thirty points points in in the the nets nets fifty fifty victory victory in in six six games games a a one one ten ten one one oh oh five five down down into into the the timber timber walls walls to to rant rant was was twelve twelve of of thirteen thirteen from from the the line line in in leading leading five five nets nets with with at at least least ten ten points points Patty Patty mills mills finished finished with with twenty twenty three three points points it it was was a a real real orthodox orthodox top top of of flow flow to to the the game game that that that that you you know know we we just just couldn't couldn't get get into into any any rhythm rhythm for for for for anything anything James James harden harden contributed contributed twenty twenty with with nine nine assists assists and and seven seven rebounds rebounds Minnesota Minnesota led led one one oh oh one one ninety ninety nine nine until until Brooklyn Brooklyn scored scored the the next next six six points points the the wolves wolves were were competitive competitive despite despite the the absence absence of of Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns because because of of a a bruised bruised tailbone tailbone deangelo deangelo Russell Russell led led the the Timberwolves Timberwolves with with twenty twenty one one points points while while Naz Naz Reid Reid and and Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards each each had had nineteen nineteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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The Media Refuses to Recognize the Monster of Waukesha Christmas Parade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 6 months ago

The Media Refuses to Recognize the Monster of Waukesha Christmas Parade

"Because CNN said it, a car drove through a parade. A car. Washington Post, an axe, and people call it in an accident, was no accident. How could anybody call this an accident? This evil monster. A felony, and this guy, wow. What a piece of work he is, what a piece of work this guy is. I mean, beating up his girlfriend, felony charges, convicted felon, trying to find the story about who this guy really is. It's unreal. What this guy is all of what this guy guy know business being out on the streets. And yet, the media refuses to talk about it. I'm not going to say his name. I hate giving anybody even the notoriety that maybe they seek. This 39 year old felon was slapped in cuffs May 26th outside the county hearth in and Union City Georgia. According to police records obtained by Fox News, a witness allegedly overheard this guy pummel his 30 year old girlfriend and the mother of one of his children through the motel wall at about one a.m. and confronted him. Cops responded, they concluded he had struck his girlfriend, she had bruising redness around her eyes. He was arrested for battery, 5 months later. He ran the same woman over. Now listen to this. On November 2nd, this monster, according to prosecutors, ran his girlfriend over with the same red Ford escape that he used to kill all those people and walk ashore Wisconsin.

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McAuliffe Concedes to Youngkin in Virginia's Bruising Gubernatorial Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 7 months ago

McAuliffe Concedes to Youngkin in Virginia's Bruising Gubernatorial Election

"Breaking news, moments ago, Terry McCullough released a statement conceding the governor's race and congratulating Glenn young who was described by him and the beast, the media machine, the Democrats, the entire apparatus, converged upon Virginia to stop Glenn youngin and they couldn't do it. They called him Trump Donald Trump and khakis. They said he's Donald Trump. And Glenn youngkin did not distance himself from Donald Trump's message at all. And let the pundits and the pointy head punditry the pinhead punditry analyze how you thread the needle and you advance trumpism without Trump and Trump wasn't at any rallies with let them do all that. Trumpism is alive and well.

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NLRB: College football players are employees, can unionize

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

NLRB: College football players are employees, can unionize

"The national labor relations board has declared college athletes in money making sports to be employees of their schools the statement came in a nine page memo from the NLRB's top lawyer general counsel Jennifer a bruise rights the freedom to engage in far reaching and lucrative business enterprises makes players at academic institutions much more similar to professional athletes who are employed by a team to play a sport while simultaneously pursuing business ventures to capitalize on their fame and increase their income Bruce also threatened action against schools conferences and the NCAA if they continue to use the term student athlete she says the term was designed to obscure the employment relationship with college athletes and discourage them from pursuing their rights the guidance could lead to expansive rights for players to unionize in negotiate over their working conditions I'm Ben Thomas

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The AP Interview: Capitol Police chief sees rising threats

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

The AP Interview: Capitol Police chief sees rising threats

"The U. S. capitol police chief says more and more threats are aimed at lawmakers the risk to lawmakers higher than ever the threat from lone wolf attacks is growing and U. S. capitol police chief Tom manger says we've never had the level of of threats against the members of Congress that we're seeing today months after the attack on the U. S. capitol building the left officers bloodied and bruised chief manger says capitol police cannot afford to be complacent you can never let your guard down as well protected as this is this facility is as complex as as the member as well protectors members are again it only takes one person and you too can be on your guard at all times he says the capitol police have made changes improving security at least nine people died during and after the rioting on January sixth I'm Rita folate

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NYC Restaurant Hostess Attacked Over Vaccine Status Request

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

NYC Restaurant Hostess Attacked Over Vaccine Status Request

"A restaurant hostess in New York City was attacked for checking on a vaccine status a hostess at a popular New York City restaurant was assaulted by three women from Texas after she asked for proof that they had been vaccinated police say the three women punch the hostess at carmine's repeatedly and broker necklace Thursday afternoon the attack left the twenty four year old victim bruised and scratched but she declined medical attention as for the three women they were arrested on charges of misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief they are due in court in October I'm surely employer

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Washington Placing QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Hip Subluxation) on Injured Reserve

Fantasy Focus Football

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Washington Placing QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Hip Subluxation) on Injured Reserve

"Let's get into the injuries because there were unfortunately a few in week wants to find. We start in washington where ryan fitzpatrick com interesting. Play here. Look like he was going to get up for a second and then he kind of went right back down to the ground. What do we know about. Let's see if you look at the anger. You see his knee go into the ground. That's the mechanism for a poster. Hip injury If you recall to have an injury where his went into the ground you're basically driving the thighbone the femur towards the back end of the hip socket Ryan fitzpatrick had what is being termed a subway station of his hip. Essentially were they the femur slips part way out of the socket but doesn't fully dislocate and then repositions itself automatically now. The good news is that it wasn't a complete dislocation but there can be a lot of trauma associated with that both to the soft tissue around the joint but also within the joint itself. So it's really important I'm sure he'll undergo further testing today. That's the expectation to rule out any sort of fracture. Even bone bruise veer. The word bone bridge. Remember that's the microfracture Bleeding in and around the bone. This is something you really have to protect to protect the health of the hip. I would plan on ryan fitzpatrick being out for multiple weeks would not be surprised. I are at the

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"During your time i see. I don't ask you how that that is a soldier to have to deal with that. But as a commander as the person in charge how difficult was it for you to deal with the numbers of soldiers that you have to send home in coffins. I remember the number one one too many one soldier dying is too many one. Afghan dying is too many and everyone was special. I wrote to every family when it happened. I wrote to every contingent who law soldiers because it was personal is doubled my resolve to deal with the issue because is a worthy mission to help people who are less fortunate to us who are being intimidated. Coerced brutalized by a regime. That has and acknowledges no rules out there. It is a dangerous thing that we're doing and it is the one thing as a commander that is the hardest thing to deal with. I saw you a few times during those those announcements. And you look to your heart would break as i say. It looks like it's going to break right now not break. It's just a the top part of the mission. I lost four guys my own team and that's hard but you know we sent the canadian forces over there. You're not sending the boy scouts. You're sending the canadian forces into a situation that is dealing with a regime. That will kill anybody out there man women and child and they deserve better than that. The afghan people are looking for hope and opportunity and were there to help them. Joan fraser. thank you very much for coming in. Thank you great video. But by by brigadier general david fraser speaking to carol in january. Two thousand and seven canadians would soon become aware of other difficult. Facts about the military operation in afghanistan. News broke that. The canadian military was handing detainees over to afghan authorities with virtually no monitoring of how they were treated in custody. Graeme smith of the global mail interviewed thirty prisoners. He spoke to as it happens about what he discovered. Graham gimme sense to some of the stories. You've heard from detainees that you've interviewed there long painful stories and the the immediate beginning of those stories is always fairly innocuous. I met the canadians. And then they put me in the back of their armored vehicle. They talk to me for a few hours. Nothing bad happened. It's what happens after that. They got me interested. later on. People are usually handed off to the afghan national army national police or to the national record for security the secret police and all three of those institutions generally Treat them badly. You know some less so than others i mean. The afghan military is generally fairly disciplined. What i heard about them is that they people with rifle butts which considering the intensity of the concept here in afghanistan is not as bad as could be. But then you know. They're all kinds of other people. Who said that really horrible things happen to them in police custody. People said they were electrocuted. People said that they were beaten. And all this happens in sort of long arduous odyssey's of of torture that that these things happen for for six months at a time. Those detainees that you spoke with who considered that they had suffered an injustice. Did they blame the afghanistan or canadian military both really because You know people who are picked up by the canadians. They think that the canadian should not have picked him up in the first place that even though the canadians were nice flights and gentle the fact that they've handed them over to tortures doesn't really endeared him to the canadians at all..

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Sort of a reception are you getting as you're coming in there from the from the local community and the people there Well so far I'd say the reception from the local communities and very positive. Certainly the people on the streets are friendly. We get a lot of ways and I think that they're generally aware of Why we're here. What the provincial reconstruction team can do for them so the reception through very positive. We've been hearing a lot about concerns about the canadians. Moving into this region of afghanistan and that there are larger issues of security issues because of the the taliban having used in worked in that area. What sort of special security measures are you having to take all been through rigorous training back home. Cognizant of where they are always on the watch and thankfully the states. We've had no problems. And i hope that way colonel. Thank you very much for your time. Today you're absolutely walking morning. Thank you. That was lieutenant. Colonel john wait speaking with guest host of as it happens. Maureen brosnahan at the start of the canadian mission in kandahar. Of course there were problems before long. Suicide bombers began to target canadian soldiers who were killed and injured the ramp ceremony where coffins carried onto planes and the kandahar airfield was becoming a familiar solemn ritual for the troops and for canadians watching from a distance on january sixteenth. Two thousand and six a suicide bomber hit a military convoy near kandahar city. The attack wounded three soldiers and it killed canadian diplomat. Glenn bury a few days later. Hundreds of mourners gathered in london for glenn berries funeral among them words wife valerie and his sons recent gareth and here's part of gareth berries eulogy to his father delivered that day. Whenever i mentioned the my dad was going to southern afghanistan people. I asked me if he was army. When i mentioned is actually diplomat working for the political face of the reconstruction effort in candar. They asked me if he was crazy. Beam with pride and say well. Maybe just a bit. My dad was a man of with a strong sense of principles. He felt that have gone. Stan had been wronged by western. Governments had forgotten it after the soviet withdrawal he felt that the afghan people who've been wronged by those waging war and deplored the legacy of minds and orphans in his word. Afghanistan was the right war. And what happens. There affects us but in terms of terrorism. Drug trade or simply belief in making amends. Our last one on one conversation was a few weeks ago when news here for christmas after a few beers some wine several more ports being able in this role to change the way southern afghanistan was viewed by governments and being able to have some influence on western policy kandahar was off kabul and was much more subtle than typically thought. It had a different sort of government in the south in some ways base more on consensus negotiation our own democracies. These were very different solutions. Not obvious he talked about how important it was to gain the personal trust of local leaders. Something he felt the prt was accomplishing. He also let down his guard and show me the he felt good back and they'd be provost ticket above all his.

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Winning party is getting hit by airstrikes being mistaken for taliban or isis i also saw government for example mistaking civilians as our enemies. I also saw isis fighters mistaking villagers for me. So it's it's an incredibly difficult situation. Where afghan villagers live. that was Below sarwari speaking with us spec in twenty seventeen from afghanistan below is now in canada. He had to leave the country with his family fearing for his life. And you're speaking with him tonight as part of a special coverage of afghanistan below. What effect did that did. Those bombs does drone strikes have on people's face in us in our mission in that country. Well those strikes were counterproductive. They killed civilians in very big numbers in in. What was the irony of this tragedy that it kept happening again and again i think it alienated a very big number of the population in rural areas. Who continued to see. The sky is a source of fifth these loans and fighter jets and b. fifty twos. You name it. They were terrorising children and women. Just like airstrikes turned weddings into funerals and funerals into more funerals. This was also the reality would suicide attacks. What roadside bombs and and what. I didn't basically termed it as the new front line which was basically everywhere for our ones in nowhere really felt safe and we saw over the years that that did not stop. The taliban that really did not prevent the taliban from becoming stronger. In every time there was an airstrike every time they are like fifty civilians killed the aliban. Were actually able in some cases to recruit five hundred from those communities on the issue of this lack of hope that people are losing hope but at the same time so many young people especially in the big cities especially in kabul did see opportunities. There girls did go to school. Women did go to university. There were programs for those and so many canadians listening to this are wondering was it all for not was there. Was there nothing that the loss of treasure in life that we spent in that country was did nothing come of it especially when you spoke to so many young people. You saw that nine. Eleven generation did the benefit. at all. From these efforts. i would like to think that the west and the afghan government's legacy of changing evanston for the better was there especially with You know the new generation of five lines who are educated..

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"And especially the americans and how they conduct themselves in that post-taliban post nine eleven era. I would like to think of it. As a catalogue of errors in the americans aligning themselves with notorious warlords figures who had brought shame and misery and sufferings on our wines during the nineteen ninety s. This was one of the very early mistakes that really undermined the former president hamad karzai. Who was obviously very weak. I also believe that the window to negotiate what taliban who are willing to come back to normal lives was shot by the americans because there was a sense of revenge after the nine eleven attacks. You have to also remember that. Bush went to iraq to the war. Hijacking all the resources in attention from afghanistan but the fact that corruption became extremely rampant. And and this was a sign of avalon's losing their hopes in the new afghanistan with americans would carry air strikes or night rates based on falls intelligence or personal rivalries at village district. I remember when. I've on general telling me and my former bbc colleague martin patience when we went to have a cup of tea with him. He looked at us any said. If you want to destroy a country you make it corrupt. And i always remembered the words of that general for the next seventeen eighteen years in my mind. Because i saw practically how avalon's were being sidelined and forced into the corner. Not only by the americans and the international community by by the afghan government and politicians. I believe it allowed the breathing space for the taliban to capitalize on those mistakes you saw that corruption creeping into those relationships with those warlords and others which many afghans saw with disgust. But they also you have written about the other part of the american campaign. Which isn't it continued to to bomb to in order to have drone strikes on the taliban you said one point ordinary afghans came to see the sky as a source of fear. I wanted to play a clip of you. Speaking about those strikes is twenty. Seventeen after the united states dropped a massive weapon that was called the mother of all bombs in nangahar province. And here's a bit of our conversation from 2017 be now. Can you first of all tell us what you're hearing from. Achieving this district where this giant bomb hit i was able to speak an afghan local police. Commander who said a series of tunnels belonging to the islamic state isis walk targeted. The bomb shook the entire district according to him and other residents and according to one villager. There's not a single home Where you can find a window. Every single window spoken. Is your your sources telling you about casualties about civilians or anyone was killed in the blast. The afghan local police come under the provincial council members that i'm speaking to their only thing beep At least twenty to thirty fighters may have been killed. There are homes. We don't know if people are still living or not that we still have to wait and see the for sure when you were there. You saw families. Men women children farmers. It's a big wheat growing area. You saw this when you were visiting. I saw norman life. i saw conflict. I saw people getting used to the idea of living between both sides I also saw for example..

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Kabul was city that i felt had losted solan heart no matter what had happened over the twenty years that we were there through the and ten cobble had given us the strength required to survive. You know i met a heartbreaks losing your friends. Losing actually hope for peace process losing for our country but no matter what no matter where i went in the world. I always come back to that day was just Data actually. I felt like you know a a knife had basically been inside my heart. I i was so broken from within that. I just can't explain the excruciating pain. That i went through on that day. There's another day. I wanna ask you about which goes back years. You left afghanistan as a child back in the ninety s as lease was saying. You're she met you or your straggling fellows sell selling antiques in pakistan and you had left because of the the. Us proxy war against the soviets that left afghanistan in horrible civil war. You came back after nine eleven. Can you describe that day when you return. And what what did you make of the afghanistan. You found then. I was sitting in the antique shop. That i used to work with as a salesman in the pearl continental hotel in shower which was a very happening place in right after the nine eleven attacks there was sudden inflexible ford media and my luck in my world literally changed overnight. I was offered a job without the wwl tv. I remember crossing into von estan You know barely literally remembering my own country that i had been forced to leave as a kid and i remember just before getting to the city of jalalabad. Were the a red crescent. We were bombed by the americans. An airstrike took place hitting the convoy and we survived and this was in like a country that i could barely the it. It almost resembled like a destroyed. Society and everything was destroyed in in coming to kabul the city. That had been my home as as a child. There was a harsh winter. Cold there was no. Electricity was extreme levels of poverty in a country where avalon's started a fight for peace of weinstein had to be rebuilt weinstein had to be rebuilt piece by piece and journey became so personal for me. Because i saw the start of suicide truck bombs. I saw the start of new lives. I iztok commitment by certain vons. It was a fight no matter good or bad you know at once began to build that country along with international community because one thing that kabul in afghanistan instilled in us was the sense of hope that things would get better sooner or later you mentioned the bombings but also the the efforts to rebuild the country. And this is something. Canada was very much engaged in believing that this is a war but also a nation building exercise. The americans not so much as they have said many times but this mission was led by the united states. What was your impression of the foreign forces..

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If the rock band guns and roses asked you to create a set list and to save one song for an encore paradise city would be a good choice. It's a hard hitting crowd-pleaser and if you could bring dave grohl on stage as a surprise guest for the finale you'd be all set and it seemed like they were on saturday night. Guns and roses brought the foo fighters singer-guitarist onstage to close their set at napa valley. California's bottle rock festival. They ripped into the first verse of paradise city. It was an electric moment until suddenly it wasn't electric at all. That is the sound of guns and roses and dave grohl abruptly losing power midway through their performance of paradise city. The organizers of the festival pulled the plug on the band after they broke the strict ten pm curfew. That's become something of a tradition. The same thing happened. When mr grow and foo fighters broke curfew at the festival in twenty seventeen. Unfortunately you can't cut power to drug drums or stage amps and the crowd was more than ready to take. Its cue and step.

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"They have their hands behind their backs. Right so what exactly. What's the mo for doing a pie eating contest yet. So the basic rules that kind of saw across the board though there were some subtle We're hands behind your back. And whoever ate the most of the pie one. So i saw a lot of like you know the hands behind their backs and some people the pilot get away from them so they would use their teeth to pull it closer to get a better angle and then another trick was tap drinking water for the adults up ear. Drinking liquid helps get it down very interesting to see all the different rules and regulations for this the faces of these kids which are of course covered in pie because stuff put their entire face down into that whatever it is fruits custard trying to eat it all and i just wonder i mean it was her dark side of this. I mean what happens when they eat. These pies's bit of a sugar high end of it. Further moffitt county fair. They had those beautiful super intricate pies from the diner and they were giant beautiful pies. Yes but a lot of pie in a lot of different I'm looking at one. Amid right now. And i think it's a cherry high but covered in whipped cream and all this stuff so i do think like you know. After a certain point. The kids like picked their favourite pies. Now there is really big. They were excited. But after like you know a few minutes of trying to eat all of this pie you can see their expressions and a little sad. It was really cute to see the one girl at the end. I didn't like that at all. Oh did you go to fares. When were you one of those kids. Who attended these events when you were child definitely. My mom was a four h. Kid when she was young In a very tiny town in upstate new york that no one's ever heard of it's kind of a joke with gilbert's fill new york but we grew up going to her fair and then in my hometown martha's vineyard that have a big fair every august. They didn't have piloting contest. But we did enter like you know. I think like my dad entered a coffee cake. And i enter like photos in the fair and stuff I was always a fun family tradition so being able to go and meet all these great kids in communities. Good these fares Felt really special since. I'm not able to go to the one in my hometown right now. A real slice of life talk. We'll set thanks maggie. Thank you slice of life. That was photographer. Maggie shannon in los angeles.

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Twenty ten to twenty percent of the population. Most responsible reasonable people think that vaccination is a good thing it should be done but you can't dehumanize the people who of decided against it. I mean it's still a free country and you know i should be passports. Issue and their access to two places should be restricted. But i think the language the politicization of this issue has been very damaging for the democratic process of ugly of course but at the same time. I'm sure you're hearing him i. I've quite unscientific terrific data to share. Which is that the numbers of people. I heard over the summer. Who are really tired of justin trudeau. He he's he's He's not really. He's not that popular personally. So how much. wh- what. What is justin trudeau have to have to take on as far as his responsibility for the liberal fortunes. Right now well we would not be in this election campaign if The liberal leader in those around him did not feel like this was an appropriate time to call an election It is completely on him that if the liberals lose the election it is his fault. He could have kept governing for two years. There is know i know is that they don't like to negotiate with ep and they find that the cook the antics the opposition's antics and committees were annoying. But that's it's kind of your lot if you're a minority government. You need to deal with it and they actually had dance partners. Who were willing to dance with them. And who are so ideologically similar. I mean the one thing that we haven't really talked about it in this election campaign is when you look at these platforms. How much the political party is actually agree with each other. The the challenge for the liberals frankly is not to make the vote on september twentieth. A referendum on justin trudeau. Because if it is there likely to lose. They have to make the election about the issues. Because when you talk about the issues that the liberals care about whether that's tucker action on climate change for example their policies are actually popular. They're actually policies shared with the and dp for example and the lucky required. And as i just said some parts of the conservative platform. I think that's their biggest challenge but if they lose its justin trudeau had the ability to say no. I'm not walking over. The governor. General's on august fifteenth and..

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Mckay who's probably running in that campaign as a progressive conservative now in this general election. He wants us all to believe that he is in the words of one conservative a flaming red tory and that speaks to authenticity. And can you. Who is aeronautical. What does he really believe. I think that that is a line of attack that the liberals think that. Maybe they'll be able to pierce through even some of those conservative liberal switchers. Because we don't really know a lot of this. And i think that the the silence that we heard during the vip beat when he came to things like childcare or private healthcare there are a lot of answers to fill in the blanks. And it's up to you. Unless mr does it himself to decide what you think. The party led by him would would look like john from your view. What you've seen him. Campaigning who is the real erin. O'toole is he the scary guy that trudeau just mentioned there or your flaming red tory. Well i mean. I think we've seen the he'll be whoever you want to be true this morning accused of a wishy washy weak leadership and he said he'll see anything to To canadians to get elected. Which i think is kind of dangerous terrain for for Just a two hundred to go given his history with electoral reform and so on. But i think i think really. Isn't this traffic company trying to be a traditional progressive conservative and that creates his own dangers. Because you know on guns for example though. There's a new sentence for people to vote for the people's party and that could cause some real splits and we've seen a conservative candidates lose because the the ppc comes in and take some of the votes. But i think the biggest danger the election really hinges on those progressive voters who really want to vote. Ndp but might end up voting liberal unless he can convince them that he is not the scary character that you being made made out to be and use mentioned the his position on gun control. And which is. I hope you can clarify. What exactly he is saying. We're going to have a little clip of erin o'toole and this is from yesterday after his new promise to maintain a ban on assault style. Guns here's.

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"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Off. And i'm chris ouden this as it happens. The podcast edition bruising instead of cruising. It's gloves off on the campaign trail. Now that it's clear. The liberals dream of an easy victory is over. Our political panel will assess who's landing punches. And who's flailing points of departure part one. After two decades of covering the conflict in afghanistan journalist bill sarwari.

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The Murder of Junko Furuta

Reverie True Crime

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

The Murder of Junko Furuta

"On the night of november twenty fifth nineteen eighty-eight. June co was riding her bike home after work like she typically did she was approached by whom she thought were too random boys. One of them tripped her up and she fell off her bike. The two of them then ran away. Miano who'd been posted across the street ran over to supposedly check on her. Poor jingo was bleeding and bruised miano then offered to drive her home and unsuspecting. June co agreed after all. He wasn't a stranger to her. How is she supposed to know that. This was all part of miano's plan to kidnap and raipur eventually killer. Miana helped janko to get in the car. But instead of driving her home he took her to an abandoned warehouse that served as a hideout for the jacuzzi on june co. Never made it home.

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Nirvana sued by man who was nude baby on 'Nevermind' cover

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Nirvana sued by man who was nude baby on 'Nevermind' cover

"Fake blackmail letters it's the latest allegation against R. Kelly and his sex trafficking trial in New York one of R. Kelly's girlfriends is accusing the musician of coming up with his own cover story against claims that he abused women and girls she says the singer forced his girlfriend to write fake blackmail letters this so he can use them to defend himself in court we're going to be charged with sexual abuse the witness testifying as a Jane doe read part of the letter for jury in Brooklyn in it she writes that if Kelly tried to break up with her she would claim he raped her as a minor the woman also says the letter warned that she would spank herself really hard hard enough to leave bruises to support a claim that Kelly hit her the defense challenged all of this but the witness insisted the abuse was real and that the writings were a ploy that Kelly made up to protect himself against serious legal charges I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Witness: R. Kelly Made Victims Write Fake Blackmail Letters

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Witness: R. Kelly Made Victims Write Fake Blackmail Letters

"Fake blackmail letters it's the latest allegation against R. Kelly and his sex trafficking trial in New York one of R. Kelly's girlfriends is accusing the musician of coming up with his own cover story against claims that he abused women and girls she says the singer forced his girlfriend to write fake blackmail letters this so he can use them to defend himself in court we're going to be charged with sexual abuse the witness testifying as a Jane doe read part of the letter for jury in Brooklyn in it she writes that if Kelly tried to break up with her she would claim he raped her as a minor the woman also says the letter warned that she would spank herself really hard hard enough to leave bruises to support a claim that Kelly hit her the defense challenged all of this but the witness insisted the abuse was real and that the writings were a ploy that Kelly made up to protect himself against serious legal charges I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"bruising" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

06:24 min | 11 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Okay so where is all this coming from in our political life. Where is this is deep feeling. The democrats are going to be able to cobble together. this newfound majority. Where's it coming from. Because barack obama was signal figure figure in american political history was very good at his at his rhetorical job. He was an excellent campaigner. He himself had unique personal characteristics. That no other american candid. It seems able to sort of put together. So where is all this democratic confidence coming from that they're going to be able to be victorious with radical agenda that most americans really don't like and the answer is i think i think it lies in a sense that most americans are disconnected from the rest of the world and from their own history. There disconnected in the sense that they do not understand how far we have come at. You not understand what is like to live any other place on earth and this leads to an awful lot of ingratitude and so you can look at your own life. It's so easy to look at your own wife and all the problems with your own life and never think about the fact that you are living in like top one percent of people who have ever lived on planet earth and in fact if you're living in the united states right now you're still in terms of global population living in like the top even if you're at the very lowest end of the american economic spectrum you're still living in the top quintile for sure of people who are living on planet earth right now. There are lots of other countries on planet earth and a lot of those other countries people are living in absolute horror and privation and poverty and repression by the government and yet. There's this enormous sense of ingratitude. That democrats bank on in order to push for the idea that america must undergo some sort of fundamental systemic change. Gratitude is an understanding you owe something to the past and not only the something to pass maybe people who came before you knew some things but ingratitude believes that the entire system is corrupt and just like a small child my kids there on regular basis and because they don't understand what they have they don't understand how good their life is they're they're comparing life to some utopian vision of what their life would be if they got everything that they wanted now their children's for what they want is usually very stupid but that's also true it turns out of many people on the left many of the things that they actually want in life are not particularly beneficial for society more importantly however what it really relies on is is a failure of understanding about the study in which they live and a belief that there other societies out there that are so much better if only we did x. or there's utopia that we're comparing ourselves to and we'll never reach utopia but we'll get to the show we can grow closer utopia by disregarding the past that brought us this far now none of this is an argument that we should always issue change who should never look at changing our systems but it means the ought to go carefully if you recognize all the wonderful things in your life and all the wonderful things about this country might be a little bit careful about ripping on the country. Broadly speaking about deciding that all the systems of the united states are a serious problem and yet because people live within the system. they don't understand the greatness of the system. They seem to assume that they are doing something positive. When they believe the system itself is inherently corrupt and rigged and terrible is. This comes to mind thanks to a couple of stories over the weekend. I just wanna give you just a a note of what it's like to live in other places in the world and is amazing. If you just read a book about what goes on and other places in the world suddenly you might discover that america is a pretty damned fine. Place it really. Is there certain things. We take for granted in american life that you can't take for granted nearly any other place on earth except for some areas of western europe and canada and australia. And that's it right. Every ever place on earth is plagued by issues far worse than the united states is to take an example over the weekend. Apple daily shuttered. Apple daily was a major hong kong. Newspaper hung-kang was a free state. It was guaranteed. It's freedom by a treaty between the chinese government and the british government when the british decided to abdicate responsibility in hong kong in the nineteen nineties and china recently just basically walked in and took place over and now has subjected it to absolute communist privation. So that means they shut down the english edition of apple daily hong kong's biggest pro-democracy newspapers shutdown willy. Nilly we talk in the united states. You hear all these members of the press. All trump was gonna shut. There is no danger to the free press in the united states. None on a serious level the only danger to dissemination of ideas is through some corporate censorship. But certainly not the government stepping in and just shutting down newspapers willy. Nilly the way things are happening in hong kong right now. The former managing editor was then arrested at hong kong airport on charges of collusion accord. Actually apple daily shuttered last week. Following the freezing of its assets under china's national security law journalist. Why kong's arrest comes days after police arrested an apple daily columnist who publishes under the name leaping for allegedly quote conspiring to collude with foreign countries foreign forces to endanger national security under the law. They also arrested seven journalists. The news outlet which was founded which was founded by the imprisoned. Tycoon jimmy lai under the law. The authorities charged lie and other pro-democracy activists after they organized a massive protest in two thousand nineteen. So you shut down the newspaper willing and this sort of stuff happens routinely all over the earth but if you look at how americans act. I'm sorry but a huge percentage of americans are spoiled brats. They're just spoiled brats so to take a quick example of such spoiled brats business. There's a woman in gwen berry ashes in professional hammer thrower read says. She is trying out for the olympics. Olympic trials a number one in order to dedicate the amount of time necessary to become a very specific skill. Set it person like throwing hammer. Which by the way they're not allowed flick job applicants for. Can you throw a hammer in the united states. It just not a lot of open jobs for hammer thrower in the united states. Which means you have to dedicate a significant amount of time to a pursuit that does not pay off economically it which demonstrates again certain level of wealth in a nation typically when people live in absolute probation. They don't actually have the time to dedicate enormous amounts of time to learning to throw a hammer properly a so when berry was competing in the olympic trials and she came in third as she came in third and olympic trials going to the olympics but probably is not expected particularly well since you came in third in her own country before we get international competition but even if she came in third at the olympic trials she came in first in the self involvement olympics because it turns out that they have a pre scheduled every day during the olympic trials at like five twenty every day or five twenty five every day. They play the national anthem. Well turned out that she finished her event at about the time at the national anthem started playing and so everybody in the stadium turned and started putting their hand over their heart.

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"bruising" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Now or later the president blurted out. You would not approve the compromise without the partisan bill said if that's the only thing that comes from not finding a balloon i'm not signing the by parts of bill and forgetting about the rest come on man it may not seem like much says the new york times was enough to uphold. Biden's bipartisan moment. On the one hand he was saying out loud. What liberals in his party wanted to hear. But the central senators and republicans and made explicit a notion that had only been hinted at before that biden not only intended to sign a second more emissions package by the he would also go so far as to veto their bipartisan plan. If larger bill did not materialize senator. Susan collins have never had an inkling that would be any kind of linkage. We always knew there'd be another bill but not that the success of the infrastructure package was gonna be in any way dependent on the other bill so the white house had to engage in damage control. And then they had to walk it back. And then had to concede that he had misspoken did not misspoken guys. He saying the quiet powder which he intends to shift republicans directly in the back which is why they never should've gone along with this dumb deal in the first place. Mitt romney always generous spirits. Suggested of course the now. He takes biden at his word. That he's deal linking the two issues. I do take the president at his word and and over the weeks and weeks of negotiations with democrats and with a white house on infrastructure. Bill the the president's Other agenda was never linked to the infrastructure effort We came to an agreement on the infrastructure effort. In a way that i think is really impressive. As you know it is true. Infrastructure bridges roads rail electric Utility support and so forth and And without raising taxes and so this is a bill which stands on. Its own okay. Well we'll see if the bill stands on. Its own or if joe mansion kristen cinema just gonna quietly go along with what it was. The biden was saying in the first place in democrat. Let the democrats. I don't understand why. Republicans would work with these people. Just don't give them what they want. Don't give them the veneer bipartisanship on what is a heavily partisan agenda and say. Oh well you know. We saved over the course of a decade two hundred billion dollars. Okay and you also gave him the political winds that he can go out and continue to win on the base of ally which that he's a bipartisan president. When he very much is not okay in just a second. We're going to get to the spoiled brat problem in american public life. It is a very very serious problem. I the daily wire has several open positions for our in house team and national in particular looking for a human resources. Coordinators join our. Hr team this person will be dedicated to providing administrative support daily whereas hr manager as well as the hr department and large he or she will have the opportunity to be exposed to and provide support on a wide variety of hr related tasks and projects and high energy..

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"bruising" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

06:16 min | 11 months ago

"bruising" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Already so democrats. Have a real problem here. The problem is people. Don't actually like what it is that they are selling. According to axios weekend the democratic messaging group future majority may released a deck identifiers republicans. Hold an advantage ready for this of the issues polled defunding. The police open borders and reparations for slavery or by far the biggest turn offs for both independence and voters in general until all of those have to do with the democrats racial equity program. The suggestion in america is deeply unjust requires that we get rid of the police or defunding. The police were defending the police. We have to have open borders as some sort of guilt. Notion on behalf of the united states and reparations for slavery of course is deeply tied into the idea that america remains systemically racist and that all inequalities vowed come are due to historical grievances republicans however didn't stop there they also bested democrats against according to future majority a democratic messaging. Jingru republicans also bested democrats on jobs and the economy gun rights and keeping you and your family safe so all of the things right. Those are all the issues there are no other issues maybe. Democrats best republicans on like climate change. Which has americans ninety seventh concern considering it as a thing that is going to happen over the course of a century we still don't know how much human activities have contributed to it and even if we did we don't really know how to handle it. Aside from taking some sort of adaptation measures according to access the poll future majority wrote in its report on. The findings shows voters especially independence. Believe the democrats overspend as well. So this means the democrats have overstepped on nearly every aspect of their agenda but the problem is this for the democrats. They cannot stop the overstep it cannot. It is too deeply rooted to their core ideology. Democrats made a shift between two thousand ten and two thousand twelve and a shift was there. Were going to move away from broadcasting instead. There won't start narrowcasting. Barack obama did in fact transform the united states. He did so in extraordinarily negative ways. Not through kind of joe biden or are lbj. Spending programs alone was just obamacare. it was how he shifted. The notion of american politics was done. Instead of american politics being a battle between two sides of locked down their base and then move out to the middle and try and approach the middle instead. American politics became a game in which you reached out to very specific slices of particular demographics. And then you give them giveaways goodies almost as though you were trying to put together some sort of omnibus package in the senate are- give somebody a half here and yet there's mobile in here instead. It was an intersectional coalition that was brought together by opposition to that evil right-wing in brooklyn was very clear about this in two thousand ten and two thousand twelve in two thousand eight when brock among those elected selected on the basis of broadcasting. Right castings the broadest possible net and then after two thousand eight when he became president and there was opposition to the to his program from the tea party when he lost congress in two thousand ten when he took as he said. I shall actor when that happened. Suddenly his mind set shifted because it was not a rebuke to his program. After all barack obama was to brilliant and god-like figure for to rebuke his agenda. If you ever read or listen to anything. Obama says the problem was never his agenda. Who's who's always how. He expressed his generous just wasn't able to get across he mon- on high zeus like figure was unable to cast his thunderbolts of joy. In such a way that the american public were capable of perceiving. It was always a messaging problem and so instead. She's he interpreted his own failures in the failures of his political program to be popular. He interpreted that as american. Racism as deep seeded american bigotry. Despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of american voters in two thousand eight elected him and so he immediately began to cobble together. A coalition that was rooted in the idea that there was an ascendant demographic minority that was eventually going to be a demographic majority simply swamped the right and donald trump was reaction to that. If there is a racial aspects of america's politics which undoubtedly at this point unfortunately there is it was not started by donald trump. Who started by barack obama and democrats declared overtly and repeatedly and thinkers like ronald brownstein. Who repeatedly said that there was this demographic minority that was going to swamp the white demographic measures and the browning of america inevitably meant he making democrat of american. Now that isn't true ally in fact as you see in the last election cycle republicans are starting to make inroads into brown brenner. Communities as florida has gotten demographically browner. It has also gotten demographically more republican because it turns out that race is not in fact it turns out. The demographics are not actually dusting where people can change their minds. People change they think people even change how they think of themselves which is why they're two categories on the american census hispanic. And then whether you think of yourself as or whether you think of yourself as white right people think of themselves in differ racial categories depending on how they think about themselves but democrats don't believe that they've racially essential est viewpoint or that is in fact rooted in as we've been discussing critical race theory. This idea that there are certain essentials to being black or central asian or essentials to being anything with regard to ethnishity and the separate you off from the white demographic majority and therefore. You're part of the intersectional coalition. Now if you're a check that then you've rejected your own racial centralism and this means the you're a self hating black person. If you're clarence thomas or it means that you're a self asia self hating asian person if you don't side with this coalition of the ascendant. It will what this means. That democrats are deeply wedded to this program because again they have pegged their hopes for future success not on the popularity of their actual political programs. You can see this throughout ray. Democrats are being handed whole after poll. Showing people don't like the polish crime being shown poll after poll that americans do not like their policies with regard to the border poll after poll. That americans are not interested in their policies with regard to racial reparations and new racial new forms of racial discrimination americans. just don't like it but they cannot let go of it because to let go of it would mean to let go of the new vision of politics wrought by barack obama and to go back to the old vision of politics in which you had to forge consensus and find. Common policy was more clinton notion of how politics was done. Barack obama's not was forge enough of a core. I can just do whatever the hell i want. And you see this is how democrats are playing this thing out. And so they've been militarizing. The american government and weaponized the american government in ways that frankly would have made donald trump lush. We heard over and over and over. The bill barr was simply a partisan on behalf of donald trump..

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"bruising" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"bruising" Discussed on You Beauty

"She got a ton of <Speech_Female> them in her face recently. <Speech_Female> Still not <Speech_Female> like one hundred. She'll <Speech_Female> about eighty. I think <Speech_Female> she said so. <Speech_Female> I've asked her to quickly <Speech_Female> tell me about her <Speech_Female> experience so we can <Speech_Female> compare it to mind <Speech_Female> and you've got like a second <Speech_Female> person so you not <Speech_Female> just listening <SpeakerChange> to make <Speech_Female> art out had <Speech_Female> so. <Speech_Female> Let's talk <Speech_Female> threads. <Speech_Female> I did my nasal <Speech_Female> labial fold <Speech_Female> and my cheeks <Speech_Female> and my jaw. <Speech_Female> Just to tighten <Speech_Female> and give me a <Speech_Female> little bit of a <Speech_Female> lift. Because i'm <Speech_Female> turning thirty in <Speech_Female> eight weeks. And i thought <Speech_Female> i want to <Speech_Female> look at snatched as <Speech_Female> i possibly can. <Speech_Female> And what better <Speech_Female> way to look snatch them <Speech_Female> just to kind of re-stimulate <Speech_Female> my own collagen. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> So we started off with my <Speech_Female> right side of <Speech_Female> my face and it wasn't too <Speech_Female> bad i'd probably say <Speech_Female> it was like three or <Speech_Female> four and ten in times of <Speech_Female> pain level. <Speech_Female> You know. i've had philip. <Speech_Female> Before and <Speech_Female> i probably would say <Speech_Female> the villa heard a <Speech_Female> little bit more especially <Speech_Female> on the right side <Speech_Female> but then <Speech_Female> by the time we got <Speech_Female> to my left. I think my <Speech_Female> body was going into a fight <Speech_Female> or flight response <Speech_Female> and it was not fighting <Speech_Female> through. It was <Speech_Female> definitely a seven <Speech_Female> or eight. The <Speech_Female> most painful <Speech_Female> area for may <Speech_Female> was around my mouth. <Speech_Female> That was really really <Speech_Female> hot. I had to <Speech_Female> breathe through <Speech_Female> it to get <SpeakerChange> through it <Speech_Female> the treatment <Speech_Female> when a little long god <Speech_Female> then i think it was supposed <Speech_Female> to usually <Speech_Female> goes for about twenty <Speech_Female> minutes <Speech_Female> but i think it ended <Speech_Female> up going for like video <Speech_Female> thirty five but the girls <Speech_Female> were so lovely they <Speech_Female> actually held my hand <Speech_Female> and they will just squeeze <Speech_Female> through the pain <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> so <Speech_Female> yeah it was definitely <Speech_Female> painful on <Speech_Female> the left side. Not so <Speech_Female> bad on the right side. Which <Speech_Female> i find really interesting <Speech_Female> on <Speech_Female> day. Three <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> we're puffy. <Speech_Female> We're really <Speech_Female> really swollen. <Speech_Female> I walked <Speech_Female> to the kitchen today <Speech_Female> and my flatmate was like <Speech_Female> aleisha his grin. <Speech_Female> On your face and <Speech_Female> like all great. <Speech_Female> There's a bruce <Speech_Female> it's coming up <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> wipers <Speech_Female> puffy with swollen <Speech_Female> there a little <Speech_Female> twang of pain <Speech_Female> which is completely <Speech_Female> normal. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> i'm hoping will <Speech_Female> die down <Speech_Female> and a couple of days. <Speech_Female> They say it takes two <Speech_Female> to days <Speech_Female> for all of the bruising <Speech_Female> and swelling to <Speech_Female> so yeah <Speech_Female> really <Speech_Female> just waiting it out <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> you can't do any <Speech_Female> strenuous exercise <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> have too much <Speech_Female> hate applied to <Speech_Female> the skin. 'cause it can break <Speech_Female> down the threads <Speech_Female> but he is hoping <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> eight to twelve <Speech_Female> weeks. We <Speech_Female> look super <SpeakerChange> snatched <Speech_Female> and lifted <Speech_Female> our head so <Speech_Female> aleisha author <Speech_Female> thinks that <Speech_Female> hurt a lot. So <Speech_Female> i'm really interested to <Speech_Female> know what you think <Speech_Female> if you've had it <Speech_Female> and on that <Speech_Female> note i want to hear about <Speech_Female> any treatment <SpeakerChange> that you've <Speech_Music_Female>

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"bruising" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"bruising" Discussed on You Beauty

"Welcome to you beauty. Mummy is podcast for your face. I'm kelly mccarron. And i'm sure you're thinking yes we know we know. But we're the bloody hillary host why these few now the way daily baby. I've decided to take over the studio solo. On thursdays to deep dive on something fab or not so fab in pd lint today. I'm going to jess about one of the most painful things. I've done to my face recently and i do a lot of things threads and no not the painful method that some people like to remove their facial hair with these threats are officially cold patio monir threads and they are blowing up the industry lately. Basically i'm going to really try to dumb it down but i'm going to get an expert on dirt worry. Pedia mono threads skin tightening thingies that are designed to subtly lift the facial features but before i chat about what i think of them in my experience. I thought i would actually get the ex bush. The man that did mine. Dr jeremy from ageless clinics on the furniture. Talk us through. What the devil these threads actually all and what the devil they do doctor jazz. What the devil acadia. monae threads. Okay so basically. They called poly dioxide and threads stay a dissolve -able suture material so basically teaches when you call them the stitches okay. Stitches previously in the olden times before nineteen fifties and the korean war. You'd start people up including internal like sign up a kidney or liver a bowel so them with silk or cotton problem was and they this obviously in awards ticket creon win the members sign up. They survived because they always put back together after being shot up or whatever and then ten days that the buddy would reject the cotton and silk and organ would fall apart and the patient would perish so what they came up with in that sort of time of war being the mother of invention. Was this thing called police dog. Sign these threads or pas. I guess basically also to rates that are available so basically the pdo's were used and damage. These guys lived the organ survived. And what happened was when they did eventually die from usually natural causes they would do an autopsy and they look at the oregon. It'd be sign up. And they'd see these bundles of collagen bundles and bone and wet and started being and they went. Oh my god. These things are colored activators so dot censored in a short Aesthetic thread that is desirable. And when it dissolves the buddy replaces the threat with collagen. So that is the way to describe why collagen patio threads used to increase the collagen concentration of the skin. Roughly does it take to work so of trade will go in and within six weeks. We'll start breaking down and when it was broken down it's replaced by college and so when you use a pdf that's right. Do you use it along. The lines of a vector so trait vector the face where it's trading upper lifts have cheek no new lower jewel. Where you want to have any sag. So what we try to do is create lift create tension and vibrancy and bouncing the skin. How long threads lost okay..

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"bruising" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bruising" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"Know what I don't care about this story anymore. 'cause that that tab is killing me Just going to say that. Care Anymore we're not doing that story. meanwhile The the anti trump ads coming from Republican sources continue to build up. This one features. It's an anti-trump ad and it features a lot of Lindsey Graham so Check this one out. I want to talk to the trump supporters from. With is Donald Trump's campaign about these race baiting xenophobic religious big. And Know How you make America great again till Donald Trump to go. Do you can admire Joe Biden as a person. That's probably you got a problem. You need to do some self evaluation. Was Not like. He is as good a man is God ever created. He did some of the most. Incredibly heartfelt things that anybody could ever say to me. He's the nicest person I think. This is a defining moment that the Republican Party. We have to reject this demagoguery, and if we don't reject Donald Trump's, we've lost. The moral authority is not be govern this great nation. That was a basic right right that was that was something else. Mia ever go good Kareem back on the screen. Please hold. Okay, can..

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"bruising" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"bruising" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sleeping bruising these are key indicators of a lack of vitamin C. so we're not getting enough vitamin C. your body isn't producing energy so if that happens how do you expect to function properly the point is is that if you don't have energy which you won't have if you don't have enough vitamin C. in your system you just don't have any movement you don't have any life your life just go down to that degree period I want to talk a little bit about immunity how can your supersede twenty to help bolster someone's immune system about twenty three percent of people in this country have a vitamin C. depletion which causes their immune system absolutely crash your body has something called natural killer cells which are the T. cells which are white blood cells and they're seeking out viruses cancer cells there are like the navy seals of the body and there are a hundred percent dependent on having vitamin C. presidents to be activated so it's very very important and you have to get according to the study at least a thousand milligrams per day and realized that my supersedes twice that amount and this is shortens the duration and the severity of cold while it also prevents colds and flu from coming back well it just makes a lot of sense how does your super C. twenty to help improve your heart health vitamin C. helps reduce the incidence of heart problem first by reducing cholesterol and second by preventing plaque buildup and improving circulation that it does this by strengthening the blood vessel wall my super six twenty two formula may also reduce your blood pressure I also have a quite a bit of evidence and personal use with super thingy my brother in law called me one day said you know I'm I'm over fifty my doctor wants to put me on a cholesterol drug and a blood pressure drug is there anything you can do and so I wrote up a program which included my feel pretty corny to add he went back to a doctor sixty days later and the doctors the up everything's normal I knew these medications would do it for you need to know all my brother.

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