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'The Return: Trump's Big 2024 Comeback' With Dick Morris

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

'The Return: Trump's Big 2024 Comeback' With Dick Morris

"I'm sitting here with the great dick Morris in the studio, the brand new book is called the return Trump's big 2024 comeback. I get asked this all the time and I know you get asked much more often to get asked that more often than I do. But who do you think you think Trump's going to come back? And I'm amazed that people don't understand, of course, he's going to come back. I mean, first of all, let's deal with this. It seems clear to me that the election of 2020 was stolen. Even the idea of that smoke comes out of my ears because I think what else is there to talk about, when something that despicable could happen in a great nation like this, that's the headline. And when you're told, don't talk about that, let's move on. I know you're guilty. And so I don't ever really want to let that go because I think that it is contempt for we the people, which is to say contempt for America. And don't talk about it. It's criminalizing talking about it. Trump is trying to borrow Trump from ever running again because he said the election was stolen. And that's an insurrection. And that violates the Fourteenth Amendment to try to keep Robert E. Lee out of office. Jeff Davis. And people who, like Rudy Giuliani, who prosecuted the fraud and investigated. And now accused of meddling in the election. But I mentioned to you on the radio show, I think. Shall I go into that now, the more versus Harper case, the, I believe, anything you want to talk about is a thing of the past. I do not think any fraud will happen in the 20 24 election. Why?

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Dick Morris: The Importance of Moore v. Harper

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Dick Morris: The Importance of Moore v. Harper

"It's called more versus operated states, North Carolina case. Where the Republicans have sued because the state Supreme Court to allow the congressional report from it. And the Republicans tend to think that the governors and the state courts and the state secretaries of state have no jurisdiction at all over how elections at the federal level are run in their state. State elections they do, but federal elections, they don't. And that's because the constitution article three section four is the time places in matters of holding elections for the senator of Congress shall be determined by the state legislature, not the governor. It's not the state themselves. But only by the legislatures. And the reason this is so important is that there are 5 states that are swing states where the Republican majority and the state legislature have passed perfect election reform law. No drop boxes, no excuse, absentee ballots, no same daily requiring photo ID and all that stuff. But the democratic governor is in those states of vetoing the bill. And this decision which stripped them of the veto authority and the legislature can act on its own. Those states are Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, the key swing state. And I believe this will eliminate ballot broad. Because these states can pass airtight laws like they have in Arizona Florida and Georgia. And I think that we can be sure, but honest selection with this new decision. The court has decided to get before judges voted to hear the case, which the conservatives, which means it's probably going to pass, probably by 6 to three majority.

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Who Makes the Rules That Govern Elections?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Makes the Rules That Govern Elections?

"When I had dick Morris on the podcast yesterday, he mentioned the importance of voting rights case coming up this fall before the Supreme Court, and I thought I would discuss that case, well, really two cases. In a little bit more detail, the cases are coming up together. So the first one is called is called Merrill versus Milligan. There's a second kind of similar case. There, this is the Alabama case. And then there's more versus Harper. This is the one that actually did Morris was referring to, which is the North Carolina case. And both cases involve voting rights, but they also involve the key question of who decides what the election rules should be. Who makes that decision? And this is a critical question I said in 2000 meals that Democrats tend to focus on the election and Republicans on the campaign. In other words, Republicans by and large focus merely on getting the message out, having a rally and they think that once you've done that, once you've made your case before the American people, your job is now done. And I have to admit I was a little bit like this myself. I would make the case and participate in the election debate and then walk in myself to vote and pull the curtain and cast my ballot and then I've done my civic duty and I count on the system counted on the system to properly tabulate the votes and decide the matter fairly and then I would kind of an eagerly await the result. Who won? But the idea of scrutinizing the process. Very similar to going to the back of a restaurant and scrutinizing how you meal is actually prepared. This is something that Republicans in general are not. Accustomed to.

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Phillies' Harper has broken thumb after being hit by pitch

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Phillies' Harper has broken thumb after being hit by pitch

"Philly slugger Bryce Harper is out indefinitely after breaking his left thumb Harper was hit by a 97 mile an hour fastball from Padres pitcher Blake Snell in the fourth inning Saturday in San Diego Harper immediately crumbled to the ground and was invisible pain as he held his hand while on his knees for several minutes The injury is a huge blow to the fills losing the reigning NL MVP after working their way back into the NL east race Harper is hitting three 18 with 15 homers 48 RBIs and a 9 84 OPS in 64 games missing time with a small ligament tear in his right elbow I'm Dave

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Nola sharp, Phils hit 4 HRs, rout Brewers for 6th win in row

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Nola sharp, Phils hit 4 HRs, rout Brewers for 6th win in row

"The women continues under interim manager rob Thompson the Phillies got a strong start out of Aaron nola and plenty of offense in a ten zero route of the brewers The Phillies are 5 of those since Thompson took over for the fire Joe Girardi second baseman Bryce Dodd had four hits of the two run home run says the mindset has changed since the managerial switch I think we were kind of not mad all the time but it was a little different but I mean it's been tons of fun and everyone's having fun and everyone smiling Nola was superb he went 8 innings on four hits the Phillies supported him with the long ball Reese Hoskins or Dubois aurea and Bryce Harper hit home runs three of the homers came off brewer's starter Adrian Hauser The brewers have dropped 5 in a row Check Friedman

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Canadian Parliament Member Respontds to Trudeau Attack

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:34 min | 2 months ago

Canadian Parliament Member Respontds to Trudeau Attack

"BEE dot com slash hi everybody. Dot com slash prager. I think while I had prime minister Steven Harper previous prime minister of Canada on the show and I did a PragerU interview with him at one of our gala events, but I've never had a member of the Canadian parliament on the show. So let me introduce Melissa alliance. She is a member of the parliament of parliament in Canada. And she is a woman of courage, let me give you an example. February 2022, I reported this, by the way, on the show. In response to a question raised by Melissa alliance regarding the usage of emergency act the emergency act, prime minister Justin Trudeau replied to her by stating quote. Conservative Party members can stand with people who wave swastikas. She's a member of the Conservative Party. In response, Melissa Lance been stated I am a strong Jewish woman. And a member of this house, and the descendant of Holocaust survivors. I have never been made to feel less except for today when the prime minister accused me of standing with swastikas. I think he owes me an apology, I'd like an apology. So folks, even if you're not into gambling, what would you bet? That Trudeau apologized or not. Also she has been fighting. The man I consider bringing Canada to be more like Cuba than any other North American example. I wrote about that few months ago. She's been fighting his COVID dictates. And supported the Canadian trucker protest, again a member of the parliament of Canada. So Melissa lancement, you're a woman of courage, so I have a question that is nothing to do with the philosophical question because it's one that I think about a lot. Why are you courageous? That's a really that's a really good question. I think there needs to be somebody that stands up in this parliament for common sense, you know, whether it be against deployment minister that is othered in entire part of the Canadian population and in one who shows his true colors on the floor of the House of Commons or whether it's the everyday things like the nonsensical restrictions and vaccine mandates that we are still clinging to in this country. I think somebody has to be courageous and I figure that I'm already here. So here's a theory and then I'll get to the specifics of Canada in just a moment. I think I've asked this to all courageous people. And I think that people like you almost have no choice, it's almost like saying to somebody, why are you a righty or a lefty? I just am. And of course there's an element of choice on whether to be courageous. So anyway, thank God you exist. That's my bottom line. So first of all, I'm

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Phillies rally late to hand Angels 11th straight loss

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Phillies rally late to hand Angels 11th straight loss

"Bryson Scott hit a three run home run with two out in the bottom of the 9th inning to give the Phillies a 9 7 win over the angels Los Angeles took the lead at the top of the inning on a single by Matt Duffy after Philadelphia had tied the game with two out in the bottom of the 8th on a Grand Slam home run from Bryce Harper the home run from stock was his second of the season and enabled the fills to complete the thinking sweep of their weekend series Rice sew Iglesias took the loss of the angels who dropped their 11th in a row Michael luongo

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Harper, Schwarber 2 HRs, Thomson wins debut, Phils top Halos

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Harper, Schwarber 2 HRs, Thomson wins debut, Phils top Halos

"Kyle schwarber and Bryce Harper H of the pair of home runs as the Phillies belted fire overall and a ten nothing went over the angels Schwarber let off the bottom of the first with his 13th armor of the season he had a second solo shot and the bottom of the 6th That's because it's too homers right It's not like it's going to be guaranteed tomorrow so just keep the consistent work in the cage Later ending in Harper followed with his second home run of the game he had a three run home run and the bottom of the 5th Zach Evelyn allows us 5 hits to pick up the win and then the manager rob Thompson's debut Thompson took over the reins from Joe Girardi who was fired by the Phil's Friday morning Michael luongo

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Jill Biden says she, president settle arguments by 'fexting'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Jill Biden says she, president settle arguments by 'fexting'

"First Lady Jill Biden says she and the president don't like to hash out their disagreements in front of others and instead do it on their phones The First Lady says they argue by text as she calls it fixing After she recently texted him during an argument doctor Biden tells Harper's BAZAAR magazine the president told her you realize that's going to go down in history There will be a record of that noting presidential communications are preserved Doctor Biden told the magazine I won't tell you what I called him that time She also says the first couple may soon be sharing The White House living quarters with a teenage granddaughter who landed a summer internship here in Washington and wants to move into the executive mansion with her grandparents Sagar Meghani Washington

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Louisiana state troopers charged in beating of Black man

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Louisiana state troopers charged in beating of Black man

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People Need to Give Their Sons Better Names

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:36 min | 3 months ago

People Need to Give Their Sons Better Names

"I'm searching today and I come across the most popular names of 2021. Now listen to this. Those popular boy names of 2021 were Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah, James, William, Benjamin Lucas, Henry and fedor. The girls were Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Amelia, Ava. Sophia Isabella, Mia Evelyn and Harper. I love that I think 6 or 7 of them ended in a a lot of my ex-girlfriend the next large names ends at a's. I don't know why. I think that's very feminine and beautiful, but those boys names sound like the perfect fit for the new generation of soy boys. Do they not? Come on. Where's Debbie? Where's Donna? Where's Joey? Where's John? I'm not even gonna ask where Frankie Vinnie Morocco are. But we need those names back in circulation. Listen, if you're home and you can't get your car started, you're not gonna call your buddy Elijah to help you. If you're on the side of the road and there's some fucking problems going on, no is not coming. No it's not coming. Benjamin, I don't think Lucas is going. You know, I was coming, Frankie Joey and Vinny, they're gonna come help you. Frankie joining me are gonna bring the shovel and the bag a lot, and they're not gonna ask the question. Just gonna start digging. These fucking names, Jesus. I will say I'm happy to see the name James making a comeback because I was getting tired of coaching kids named Declan and durban and all these,

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Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

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Scherzer cruises, Alonso drives in 5 as Mets beat Phillies

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Scherzer cruises, Alonso drives in 5 as Mets beat Phillies

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RIP to Great Writer and Political Satirist P.J. O'Rourke

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:07 min | 6 months ago

RIP to Great Writer and Political Satirist P.J. O'Rourke

"The person who died didn't faint, you know, it wasn't as sudden sickness after a COVID vaccination and it certainly wasn't a suicide or a hot dose of fentanyl. No. The great PJ o'rourke died of natural causes. Remember natural causes when no one ever thought to think otherwise, yeah. It wasn't a long, drawn out affair, PJ left us after a short illness, and we are all poorer for it. If you don't know PJ o'rourke was, let me give you a quick idea. PJ was for a very long time. The only cool conservative writer in America. His pieces for Rolling Stone and Harper's and a lot of other mainstream outlets featured his take on just how clueless the elite class and the liberal fools were. When I was a kid, I used to read his words whenever I got my hand on a National Lampoon's magazine. And even though I have the time, I didn't know what I was reading. I mean, after all, I was ten, 11, 12. But I knew I was reading something important and even naughty. 'cause reading PJ's words felt exactly like staying up late and watching Johnny Carson at the foot of my parents bed on a school night. And all I had to do was tell my father, but I grew up. I want to have a show like my Douglas and Johnny Carson. And then he always allowed me to watch The Tonight Show. In fact, there were nights you'd come in my room and say, hey, AJ, try to stay awake. Johnny Carson has Jonathan Winters on tonight. He's so funny. And then I crawl into the bed, lie down and watch TV at the foot of their bed. And both parents are smoking. I'm not gonna get windows of clothes, both parents smoking, you know, it's like, all different fucking world. And it was so many moments that went over my head while watching The Tonight Show, but I knew they were important and funny and cutting edge and probably pissing somebody off because of the way my father left.

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"  harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:58 min | 6 months ago

" harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Find show podcast. Interpreted any way you want. It sounds like he was coming after a couple of coaches. And his own league Roman Harper joining us Roman. You can't fake anger. Unless you're an actor. And he's not an actor. No, he seemed like he was going after guys. I didn't hear the whole interview. I kind of walked in late on it. And I get it. He's going to fight for his families on fight for his people. And right now, he's feeling like he's under attack that people are saying that Texan was paying for this and that's all they're doing. That's the only reason that they're getting players. And what that really truly means is that it's taking away from the ability and the job that he and his coaching staff is done in terms of recruiting these players. These players just don't show up because you're often a check. No, you're often the opportunity to win ball games to be a part of something special to actually go out there and compete for a championship and that they are building something special in the SEC at Texas a and M that they have a dream or that they have a vision for them to be successful in their future. My question is, how can you tell nowadays if someone's cheating or not? Well, we're doing the same thing. If somebody asked me that question, I would follow up with another question and say, what is cheating? Yeah. Like, what is truly cheating at this point? Because right now, everything seems to be above board. And until the NCAA steps up and says that this is wrong, this is right. Then we all truly are just living in this place of there really are no rules. And when there are a place of no rules, you can do whatever you really want to, and then just blame it on the next person or say that whatever they're getting at any point in time, which I think the players should have been getting from the beginning of time that it is all now just in NIL do. Yeah, and I don't know where he called out some website called bro bob, but which I have seen before. And the guy named sliced bread, I know sliced bread. He.

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Anti-Racism Is Alive and Well in America

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Anti-Racism Is Alive and Well in America

"Moral principle being defended by Harper Lee and that is evoked by tequila mockingbird is the moral principle that we should not use people's race against them. We should not play the race card. It's the idea that we are all individuals. We are all in the country a minority of one that our rights accrue to us by virtue of being human. These are human rights. And so what you see is that the same anti human hatred that is attacked in To Kill a Mockingbird is alive and well today, except now it marches not under the banner of a certain kind of brazen racism, but now under the banner of an equally brazen anti

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There's No Legislative Purpose in Congress Reviewing President Trump's Tax Returns

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 8 months ago

There's No Legislative Purpose in Congress Reviewing President Trump's Tax Returns

"So we have this piece in the hill by Naomi Jagoda In Harper Nye dig beats me Anyway federal judge yesterday dismissed an effort from former president Trump to prevent the Treasury Department at IRS from providing House Democrats with his tax returns Look how it's Trump They dismissed his effort to protect his tax returns from Congress Now folks Donald Trump is a private citizen There is absolutely no reason for Congress to have his tax returns None Do you have no of any ex-president that has been treated this way In this latest attack I mean do you know any president that's been treated this way Ex-president They don't want to know about George HW Excuse me George W. Bush's taxes They don't want to know anything about Obama and the hundreds of millions that he's pulled in Why not Now I'm telling you right now when the Republicans if the Republicans take the house and I want to talk about that in a minute if the Republicans take the house they damn well better get on their bikes here They should target Obama or Clinton and somebody and demand their taxes And if the judges think it's no big deal that Congress has a legitimate effort and trying to make tax policy based on what public officials are doing then they should subpoena these This judge is taxes and Supreme Court Justices taxes Why suggest the president our former president in this case There's no legislative purpose

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"  harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:18 min | 8 months ago

" harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It is national signing day and we will have all of it here and we will try to cover every available. Angle from start to finish as we say hello to you and get right to the headlines. National signing day 21, the race is on and at this hour, which is a three O one Eastern Time. Let's look at the rankings and yeah, it's a surprise. Alabama. Number one, Georgia at the number two position, I'll go ahead and read this for those of you who are not in front of a television right now, which would include a lot of you in cars and listening on the radio. A and M it, the three position missou at number four, that is a tenth overall in the country, Kentucky. At the number 5 position 13th overall South Carolina 6 in the SEC 16th, auburn has made quite a move overnight and currently has the 7th position and 7 teeth overall. This is an all SEC list when you get right down to it both obviously in the SEC but outside as well, Arkansas, LSU, Tennessee at number tenth, which makes them 23rd overall, Mississippi all this, Vanderbilt, 34th nationally in Florida is in the rear. Elsewhere in recruiting have you heard about what Jackson Jackson state did? That's Deon Sanders team. Travis hunter, the number one player in some polls in the entire nation, spurned Florida state. Yes, that is Deon Sanders Alma mater to land at Jacksonville Jackson state, not Jacksonville, David Jackson state in Mississippi. That is the story of the day. It's a story that will get a lot of juice around the country, transcending the college football platform, and we'll talk more about how that happened. Assuming we can figure it out later in the show, Roman Harper joins us right off the top jumbo, three 45 Clarke Lee, Brian, a big rush, Shane beamer and Dan grunfeld, the son of Ernie grunfeld, the Tennessee star book out, we'll talk to him in the final hour. So it's been a busy one. And the Jackson state move is certainly got a lot of people's attention and does it sound like maybe the NIL was involved in that. It's just a hunch. Let's get to the phones as well and get your reaction quickly at 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5. Let's begin with pat in Nashville. Hey pat. Hey, Paul, how are you doing, bud? We are doing great. Thank you. How about the doors, man? They had a better class than 96 other D one teams. I hope that translates into some more victories next year for Clark. I hope so. Yeah, Clark Lee did a really good job. His first full recruiting class. One more, one more quick thing, Paul. And I'm serious when I ask this, so I'd like some further callers to weigh in on this. If you lined up bam and Nick and Joe from red bay, which one of those is the dumber of the two, are they? I think that is such an easy answer. You're not going to you're not going to force me to say that are you, but. There are two of a kind. Well, no. There is a difference though between the two. One, one is funny. One is both have class, unfortunately, it's all low. Thank you for the call. John in Tennessee is up next. Hey, John. Hey, my name is Tom Kyle. Thank you. I take the tier 6 copyright next year and I think it's so sad we're coming back. Well, you know what, I think with hooker coming back, you're right. I think Tennessee has a chance to move off of what it did this year. I think there are going to be a 7 win team or an 8 win team. Because I think they're going to win the ball game and it's in a really good start for Josh hyper. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it very, very much. Let's check in with Bill in Florida hello Bill. Hey, how are you? Very well. Thanks for the first time power, but I'll listen to each afternoon. The primary thing I would like you to answer for me Paul is, what's the primary reason other than I think personally, it has a lot to do with money and notoriety, but your take on so many moves and I'm going back to even when the coach at duke had players starting to leave, he was national champions a number of years and then all of a sudden everybody takes off. Give me some reasons why you personally thank there's so much movement when within the last couple of years. Well, thanks for the call, Bill. Well, I think you're talking about the players, COVID made it a little bit easier to transfer everybody everybody picked up a free year. And the lessening of restrictions has made it easier. And players nowadays just want to play. They want to further their opportunity. And that's aside from the NIL. I thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Eddie is in Georgia. You're on the air hello Eddie. Yes, sir, brother, Paul, how are we doing today? We are doing great. Thank you. Yes, sir. Even though you get the number one recruiting all the time, you still got a coach in players up to play. And Nick Saban's staff does add all the time. I'm just wondering on black Monday after the NFL season is over. Are we gonna lose Bill O'Brien or we gonna lose the offensive line coach also? Do you think? Eddie, I don't know the answer to that..

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Harper connects at buzzer, Rutgers shocks No. 1 Purdue 70-68

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Harper connects at buzzer, Rutgers shocks No. 1 Purdue 70-68

"Expect expect another another change change atop atop the the AP AP men's men's basketball basketball poll poll following following produced produced seventy seventy sixty sixty eight eight loss loss at at Rutgers Rutgers Ron Ron Harper Harper junior junior wanted wanted by by draining draining a a half half court court shot shot at at the the buzzer buzzer leaving leaving him him with with a a career career high high thirty thirty points points and and ten ten rebounds rebounds in in the the scarlet scarlet knights knights first first ever ever win win against against a a top top ranked ranked team team Harper Harper had had eight eight points points during during the the twelve twelve run run to to put put the the knights knights ahead ahead shortly shortly before before halftime halftime but but the the Boilermakers Boilermakers eventually eventually led led by by as as many many as as ten ten J. J. night night we we had had a a team team high high fifteen fifteen points points for for Purdue Purdue which which is is ranked ranked number number one one for for the the first first time time in in program program history history I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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'America Lost' Filmmaker Chris Rufo on the Poisonous Ideology of CRT

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 9 months ago

'America Lost' Filmmaker Chris Rufo on the Poisonous Ideology of CRT

"Welcome back to one on one with Chris roof though. All right, so I promised we'd get back to that question of how we leverage our power and how we respond. But let me ask you the personal question. We had, I'm sure you've met him. We had James Lindsay on who's written the book critical theories, which goes into quite some detail. I love this stuff. I'm a one kid Harper goes in some real real detail on. You know, why quick, very, really happened. The role of quit theory the connection to Rachel justice and blah, blah, blah, blah. And I asked him, I had to, because, you know, as a child of people who suffered under ten regimes, I said to this guy, he was born here. Why are you doing what you're doing? Why are you deciding to take on the Goliath? Why are you walking into ariadne's maze as a lone researcher? And he said, and I love his response. He said, I just saw too many of my friends suffering injustice. Across academy being pillory being having their careers destroyed because they didn't want to acquiesce to this political dogma. Let me ask you, Chris, I've seen your film, which doesn't relate directly to what we're discussing, but I think there's a very strong overlap or there's at least a tangent that connects us in terms of what's happened to America in your film America last. But let me ask you. Why are you the guy who triggered the executive order in the Trump administration, banning critical race theory? What was the motivation for you to grasp with this Medusa? Yeah, I mean, it's pretty simple. I love this country. I love what it stands for. I love what it fights for. And I think I saw this hole that's opportunity this problem that conservatives had not developed a new vocabulary to fight these threats. And I thought I was uniquely positioned to be able to articulate it and also given the kind of courage to fight for it. And I think that we need to kind of come together and fight around these inspiring ideals and not let them be degraded and debating and destroyed. And I have a heart for it. I have a heart for people that are suffering for people at the margins of our society. And I saw very clearly that critical race theory is a kind of elite ideology that serves the status of people who are already fine and well off. Yeah. But actually embedded in that theory is something enormously destructive for poor and vulnerable people in our country. And if we want to actually help poor people, if we want to help broken families, if we want to help racial minorities live the full expression of their human potential and contribute to the United States to the fullest extent we have to fight this ideology because it's poisonous. It's pets. And it's anti American to

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"  harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:59 min | 10 months ago

" harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hey, what's up with emery Jones? If you don't think that happened because the transfer report is real in living every single day. In today's college football space that somebody's gonna reach out and say, hey, you can still come here and play. You ain't got to worry about all that other stuff, and we're gonna let you play. And we're gonna give you the freedom to mess up and we're gonna let you be the best version of yourself. And you still got two more years to come out and play and do it for us. They'd be happy to accept that. And you just gotta be aware of these things. And I think Florida and Dan Mullen has kind of dropped the ball on this, and I've been harping on it for a while. And now you're gonna end up losing both quarterbacks because now Anthony Richardson is not available. Andre Jones is looking at himself in the mirror. Like, I mean, I guess I can play for you now. At least that's how I would feel. Because I still, as every player, you have a sense of competition about you. You also have a sense of pride. And you also have a sense of duty and that you want to be the best version. You want to be the best. And what all of a sudden you're not allowed to freely become the best player that you thought you could be. You're going to have some question marks. And of course, it starts to demand the mirror. But it's also like, can I have the opportunity as well? Talking to Roman Harper. We'll have a couple more comments on Dan Lok and move on, but he's in a really difficult spot right now. He made it worse the other day with the comment. And then they shut the media off, which I wonder Roman in this current world that players are making money through the media, what sense does that make? So the NFL always taught us that the media is your they don't have to be your best friend, but they're your friend. They are your outlet to the viewers and the listeners and that is how you build your own brand. So you want to have a certain link or a communication with those people because how do you control the narrative? You get it out there in the media. You control your own narrative, no matter what it is. In the same way, you can ask whatever question they want, Paul, and I can give you whatever answer I want to give you. So you control your own narrative by your actions and your words. Specifically, your actions. You can say a lot of things, but your actions back those things up. And that's what it has to be. Cutting off the media doesn't do anything. Now we're going to cut off all the distractions and we're going to not listen to the outside wards. Well, you know what? You create a lot of this on your own. So if you don't create these things on your own, and if you handle it internally, the best way, then you don't have to worry about these things. These issues don't arise when Georgia has both quarterbacks and everybody asked him every week. Who's gonna be the quarterback? It's not really issue. You can say it's winning too. But it's not an issue. It's not an issue. And every year, Alabama has another 5 star quarterback that's rolling in on campus and you don't you don't question when the goat says I got my quarterback I'm good. You just kind of move on from it. And so you have to handle these issues and you can't let them fester because this is also a way you can lose your locker room. Because you still got half the people that want to go for this guy, root for this guy and you still got another half that want to root for this guy. But internally, you have to be able to bring everybody together and say, what's best for this team, we have to do those things and cutting off the media does not silence those crowds or it doesn't silence the Twitter fingers that are now out there. And we know that's real because that's where so many people look at for almost like confirming their for literally. How do I know I'm a good player? Well, such and such from Twitter said, I had a great game. That happens nowadays. A lot of kids, the first thing they do when they get done and get to the locker room is look at their phone. And they go to their phone to see their mentions or see their comments. And that's what they're learning so much from. So you can't act like it's not there when it really truly is. And everybody's hearing about it. You just have to address it. What we're talking about here is I don't mean specifically because there's practice going on right now, but when these guys get done in a few minutes, they're going to get a lay of the land on what people are saying about their program. Is that true? Very true. And you can't run from it. The only thing you can do is correct that mistake and that you've got to go out there and win games. That is how you heal everything. You must win these games. And you are the university of Florida. When I grew up, Florida is it. And they're not a mediocre program. We can't sit up here and treat them like and I hate to knock everybody else in the SEC, but you're not Mississippi state. And you're not Kentucky. You are not these other teams. And Georgia and Florida for so long has been in the top of the SEC east. You can't run from that. You can't run from the name on that's on your Jersey. You can't. You signed up to go there. And when you sign up to play there, you know it's going to be the potential of pressure and everything else that comes with putting on a floated Jersey. That is part of it. You sign up, you know it, you have to go out there and play to a certain standard or you're gonna get these calls and people are going to say these things about you. If you don't like it, you can always go to another direction of school in somewhere else. You don't have to deal with it. But if you sign up for it, you must deal with it, and you can only dress the person and the first thing you always have to do is like Michael Jackson said is look at the man the mirror and what can I do differently to help this thing write it in the right way? We'll take a break. Come back with Roman Harper will change the school. We'll keep the heat coming though. I think we've exhausted that one. We are coming back.

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"  harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:34 min | 10 months ago

" harper" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Interesting is the day of the Florida game when they turned it around, we were talking off the air that there were stories all over the place, a guy who didn't want to play anymore. I literally told you my friend said told me that LSU is about to buy him out. Before we go, I told you that. And then it happened the next day. And we look up and they won the game. I made more of an indictment of Florida. Completely because they couldn't stop him at all. It's not like they did anything different. And now you look up and they lose the old miss. And I just don't know. I clearly don't know what I mean. And I guess there's an end to all this and we'll end it here. They're going to Alabama next week. They're going to Alabama. And Nick Saban is certainly taking no mercy. No. No, he's going to try and put up 45 50 easily. And he remembers the last time he had always run was in that building. Yes, where, you know, everybody heard the quote and everything after the game and all those things. So yes, all that will not that Nick Saban takes things personally. Well, you will never hear about it in front of the camera, but I'm sure he's one of the most competitive people we all know if you actually know him personally. So he takes it serious and it's a highly competitive within his program. That's gonna be a big game in Alabama, clear cut a better team than LSU this year. I don't know if they're gonna be able to physically dominate them up front. But Alabama's putting a score a bunch of scores and bunches gonna be a good opportunity for Alabama to improve their defense have a great game. Build some confidence. Roman Harper joining a stateside here for seaside. I.

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"  harper" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

The J.R. Hoeft Show

05:53 min | 10 months ago

" harper" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

"Welcome aboard. It is episode 96 of the JR have show. It's election season. And so it's very important that we talk to the people who are running for office. All 100 seats to the House of delegates are up for election. And in this era of sound bites, it's so hard to really get and have a good conversation with someone who's running for the House. I mean, you might be able to go to a dinner or something and have a chance to talk to them for 5 minutes or so. But we're really lucky today to sit and have an honest, long half hour conversation with an individual who's running for the House and delegates. Russ Harper in the 94th district in Newport News is challenging democratic incumbent Shelley simons for this seat. And he really goes into the issues that are facing Virginia today. The things that they're concerned about, things like education and school choice, right to life, constitutional freedoms. The economy and COVID, small businesses, protecting the community and public safety and whether or not the police should be defunded. We cover the whole variety of that. But we also learn about Russ himself. And why he's running for the House and delegates. The fact that again, he's just one of our neighbors who's out there who is putting himself out there to talk about the issues that are of importance to us here in the Commonwealth of Virginia. So again, really appreciate Russ's time and I think you're going to enjoy this really forthright conversation with Russ Harper. Let's get underway. Hey, Russ Harper welcome to the podcast..

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"  harper" Discussed on Joyce Meyer's Talk It Out Podcast

Joyce Meyer's Talk It Out Podcast

03:30 min | 11 months ago

" harper" Discussed on Joyce Meyer's Talk It Out Podcast

"Never never can do. Cook anything in a pan for uh paying wearing a great spiritual also we. We've we think proverbs. Three run is a real thing we don't realize that's actually hebrew hyperbole. There was not one woman that was a composite several gifts. And we've said. Well you can mike rare with jewish woman. Who did that. I like to hard. I think rather women instead of saying. I'm listen you going. I'm calling you and six years eighteen. Because you'll help me but missy and i will look different than you and take care but you're gonna go lisa. This guy did. Yeah because also saw maddie for eleven. No good thing. Yes he withhold yeah from him his walk upright always paraphrase or say or for from her who often stumbles. If we're walking toward jesus we're not gonna miss it. Yeah we may drop a few balls. Were not going to perfectly. But he is he. His his consistency is what we stand on his faithfulness. Stand on and i do think it's important to bring back what you said about the cs. Lewis quote about the cocooning of the heart. Because it's easy when you have those the you know the whole like the hope deferred makes the heart sick. Yeah you know like your you allow yourself to is why people say like how do you keep. I get a lot of message. Like how do you keep moving. I'm like i. Don't i just make a choice. That god we gotta do this. I will not allow my heart cocoon. I will not allow myself to sit in a dark room and be upset are sad because this happened or this because of that that can go that can apply not just a motherhood but divorced in any kind of the point anything that your heart desired. That you haven't gotten yet like your. You can allow yourself to get in that dark space. You say like i'm gonna have hardened but the key is to keep that art heart pliable and keep and run towards god. He's running towards you like i think. That's super super important. What a great conversation. Thank you all so much. And we're gonna end with joyce in just a minute praying over all of us as women and moms and so just a a great perot. Well we have our friend. Lisa harper lisa is going to be one of our special guests at our fortieth anniversary women's conference to be such a fun party when i get to be with a couple years ago. I am waiting for the shooter drop. I'm like surely y'all think you've invited. Lisa veer released.

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"  harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:59 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Them. Yeah good looking now. I don't alter me. Jared harper real out on a gearhead is here dated. She's i'll be right here And ooh four soon you event and take me. I really like it. Has your rock pop countryside to. Yeah yeah. I actually protect covering different along different. Which is actually planned for me. Because i've been watching since the beginning did to dynamite by btf song which is a very very funky. take on that. I like it surprises underserved. Mice do follow. Yes now not really. But i saw the only cover that song because I'm obviously i've heard.

"  harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

01:52 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"  harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:13 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Wow be so good. They have to notice you. What's our buzz. Dot com on the banks of the greater river. High above the alert gorge this is the buzzer podcast. Indie music new releases. Industry insiders out of the box conversations with guests from the junior from the west coast to the east coast to cross upon an from down under and now here shame. Hey you i am. This is on air in his show while at enjoy episode fifty eight. I music history for june twenty nine in nineteen eighty-four. Bruce springsteen kicked off the first leg of his born in the usa tour with the three night run at the civic center in saint paul minnesota springsteen would play one hundred fifty six shows ending on october second. Nineteen ninety five in los angeles. Jared harper is back on the podcast for a second guest spot today. he is in kucic style. Singer songwriter born and raised in san francisco. Following his time.

"  harper" Discussed on The Bipolar DM

The Bipolar DM

05:47 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on The Bipolar DM

"If you have done so already please visit our facebook fan page. The handle is at the bipolar diem. I do more regular updates there than i do on the webpage just because it's easier to do from my phone and stuff like that especially when i find articles that are related to mental illness or dungeons and dragons are an independent writing to easily post there with my phone on the go but if you are interested in something more than just a fan page we have a private group that the group is called the polar diem nation. Now there is no requirements to join. You have to have a mental illness or play dungeons and dragons or be a writer or any of that stuff. It is free to join of course and on this private group page. I give more behind the scenes. Look at what goes on and putting this podcast together as well as live updates on my daily struggle with mental illness. What it's like to live daily with bipolar disorder and borderline in all the rest in today's episode which were chosen by harper. We're going to be talking about service. Dogs any wonder how to harper. Choose that while i was doing a practice. Run through this broadcast just warming up and i didn't have no idea while i was going to talk about tonight. And harper barked and growled and said that she wanted a podcast about her and service dogs so for harper. We are doing a little program about that. I know have talked previously about service. Dogs and But are gonna go a little bit more kind of update as far. You know now that i have a service dog. I've had her for several months. What it's like. And what what. I have to do as far as training and stuff like that now for those of you had heard the previous broadcast or don't know anything about service. Dogs service dogs under the americans with disabilities act title to entitled three are classified as medical equipment. That is the legal definition. They are not dogs. They are medical equipment and because of that they are allowed to go anywhere. Your handler goes within reason. There's certain places. You can't take a dog no matter what such as burn wards or surgery. You don't want to take him into a surgical theater burn were just because is a sterile environment and there is no in how can prevent the dog for. You can't gown up a dog and keep them from spreading dander inherent stuff like that impossibly infection to somebody who has severe burns or byrne water the in the operating theatre so but otherwise though except for that dogs can go into hospitals dogs. Can't the service ducks going to hospitals. Service dogs go to restaurants stores anywhere. The handler gouze in is permitted to go..

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"  harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:56 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"When i when i do go to toronto. Ooh actually we do my kizer heavy into vintage benches shaath. Who's always hit that. And there's always a record shop with a vintage. Yom i forget the trot but one was last person before i got a couple old vinyls classic legacy are around them. Yeah it's a family thing. Hong tradition to have yeah. I'm hoping it comes back. Because i think it would really highlight a lotta great talent out there and i talked to a few artists that have already Vinyl an are putting out vinyl in twenty twenty one. That's why. I ask. Because i think it might be a sag. Maybe i mean. I might benefit from now. I might find a new audience in there. Some vinyl shoppers. Something to think about the only not totally. So before we go jared. Can you tell us where to find your music. Where's the best place to follow you. Yeah i guess spotify is the main one right. I think everybody most people have spotify. Itunes youtube sound soundcloud. It's all there anywhere and everywhere you know okay. Lia had jared harper music for youtube just jared harper for i tunes by stream download Will be on the bod buzzer pod website as well okay. So thank you. Jared for joining our project. Today it was a great Fun time i love that my pleasure. I look forward to having you back. Yes yes. I look forward to being back. Yeah so fans. Take a listen to. Jared release. If i can't have you jared already has a showed. His channels of us our best to davalos stream by his music. So thank you. Jared for Joining our chat today while. Thank y'all for tuna yen. Music publisher talent manager and industry veteran. Patrick say joins us from los angeles on the next episode. That roy the fifth he owns a publishing company. Pure pop music out loud lousy pure pop music is a music. Talent management and creative consulting company. Can't shut the pod. On february the on air indie or my path to yours over the airways subscribe fees at the buzzer. Pa dot com cheers..

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"  harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:40 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Honesty charity releases one of my current tax. I love the cat. She malady is good. Yeah i love. Yeah thank you. So he for saying the abso Data music video of the grant. Was that jawn talk about that. Sure yeah. I took a lot of inspiration from i saw coldplay's music videos from yellow I don't know if you're familiar with it. But he he's just walking down a beach down like by the water though captivating part about that is all slow but yet his voice is singing on tune. In or on time. I was like i. I gotta know how he does that. Concessions fascinating And it looks cool. Feels awesome I experimented searched around for you know how to do that. In a took a small crew out to ocean beach here in san francisco and we actually went out. How man must have been like three times and each time. There's something wrong like either. There was like a spot on the lands. Or you know someone was in the back or something. And it was all sunny days and his great lighting and We almost got like a little frustrating china record this thing because it's it's a relatively short as you're playing it like two times faster than the actual song goes so it's it's really only like a minute and a half of walking backwards you know and we just but i mean getting out there and filming it that takes hours and so we finally went out for the last time but we are checking the weather and it was just miserably. Foggy and cold and windy. As and i was like i just wanna get it over with less stewart. An so we went out there and we took this So one single take and I think it was like the perfect take. That was the best one we did. I'm for me. I think of things as meant to be you know like maybe the universe was saying like i think you can do a little bit pattern Thankfully we went out another time to do it. But i sent it I actually had A guy named dennis willis. He's over at sound ways a tv. They actually debuted it on their On their thing on their show. And i'm grateful for him for editing that i think he did a stellar job with everything he did announce a great video job By a lot of videos take more than one. Take douzaine right right. Yeah well. I mean i think it was. It was all depending on what production you do. You know. i didn't wanna. I didn't wanna do like a huge flashy thing for the song. I think it's it's kind of like a slow burning croon almost no and so i think if it s i think i i heard slow mo you know. It's a slower song so yeah it's very interesting just to you know. See how all of that turns out after you selma. I've never done anything like that as very fun. I'll also agreed to what men's to be meant to be k- saw sarah save more either as back in my mom's day so a merger eva you mentioned one of the producers work with other producers. Have you're with that. Yeah i just Actually wrapped up a song with A guy in england one of song. It's called about you Not sure what. I'm going to release it but gonna release it soon. by i i was. I had this song in mind and I knew how i wanted to go. But i just didn't know how to get there and I found this guy in england. He'd just fit the bill Once his name. Josh josh tyler i believe is the name and yeah he. He really just took it home. But it's like I don't know if i want to give it away too much now. Come back show very much. Yeah i will love to. Yeah so josh He together all the music. I showed them. I showed them what how i wanted to go. And he i mean he worked super hard on any gets back super quick and he. I don't know how he does it but he got it in one take everything bass guitar drums And he sent it back over to me. He has his own studio over there and A recorded my vocals over here in Then we pretty them up a little bit and the restless history. Yeah but. I'm looking forward to release that one because that song i wrote it i think in twenty eighteen later years later. Half of two thousand eighteen and Most of the songs actually the plan to release This year i've written you know they're all like that like a year old or two and I'm just trying to get out there. You know it was just finding the right person. You want to do it right now. One hundred percent handier. You're gonna release some singles or are they gonna go by some of the tracks within an hour you know. I think i've had a lot of conversations about this A lot of people released singles now instead of albums. Because nobody's really listening to albums unless you're like a top five top artists ray But i think i'm gonna release them all a single. There's going to be nine singles and then A- probably throw in the nine th one with the album And just kind of make them all so you need to know where to find them all you know. I think i think they're all gonna be singles for now. Sounds very exciting. Yeah that's how it goes right. It's just another single after another single after another single. would you ever put it out of vinyl. I would love to put it out on final. Yeah i think. I have to find the the The audience of vinyl listeners. To start doing that. But oh yeah. I love anything. That's in the that rome. Actually i've iowa you. You know who introduced me to reintroduce me vinyl again twenty five year old daughter is so yeah. It's you know they said about that. Yeah there are some. They have their own player in the whole. This visit have dinner here the old way around. I think that's so interesting has a couple of years back. A store was urban outfitters. They started selling record players I remember seeing. That probably was probably in high school when that happen ever since then vinyl has been coming back with you know the kids my age and you know even younger but i think it's super i think there's something so organic about putting a disc on record player and than having it play that way instead of going on your phone and you know president play button. This is some different. Feel you get from vinyl. It's it's you only like you'll get it if you do it. You know. And i don't know if i can explain it and do it justice. I was in the air vinyl and it was One maybe not. Winter came out on the record. Zyppah were minal. That i it. Just celebrate some s'amuse against it celebrates to music feel like you're you can close your eyes really experience that a lot more than you can on the digital format. At least you feeling. Do you miss going to like record stores. Or i'm assuming you like record stores bottom you know Yeah yeah. I do miss..

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"  harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:28 min | 1 year ago

" harper" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"  harper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

" harper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The big thing with me and Harper over interesting listening so to summarize their as we talk from afar here own have expectations as a homeowner if you're refinancing but it's going to take a little bit more time because people are working remotely anybody you talk to they sounded like a split yeah probably not sure still not hurt well and now I'm gonna give one cabbie ought to that but like I said we're going to give you a list of documents we need to process your loan the more of those we have up front when we submit that line to the underwriter after your lunch going to go through keep that in mind more you help us out front the faster we can help you move so what I'm really hearing from you under what under rider is sitting somewhere in a remote facility and they have to go off a checklist they do and if we have all our information properly input it wakes long term mortgage professionals I don't know all that stuff over intrust go ahead you what do you say give up Barcelona find a blood your first born child therefore the yeah that you know even though your employer may have you working from home you still get a paycheck and that are you got together bank statements on behalf of my paychecks okay thanks that meant that if you.

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"  harper" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:43 min | 3 years ago

" harper" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Know, what this is the biggest name out there, and we're going to go get him. We're going to get him right now. Sure, we can talk about contract lake doll day thirteen years. That's a long time too. Big commitment. And sure we can also look at some of the stats Phillies weren't particularly good defensively last year. Bryce harper. Not particularly good. We can look at the east in general and say, suddenly this this make them the main ship in the east are they the team to beat. I don't know. At this point. None of us know. But what we know without hesitation is. That the Phillies have been aggressive. The Phillies have been aggressive to a point that we've never seen before. The Phillies have gone out. And this is going to the Elias sports bureau, the Phillies are the first team in major league baseball history to add three position players in an off season. All of whom were all stars in the previous season serum real Muto. And now Bryce Harper. What does that tell you? You can sit there all day long, and you can hate on thirteen years three hundred and thirty million dollars. But let's remember baseball teams print money. Like, it's nothing. Baseball teams are like your buddy that can eat whatever candy they want and they stay skinny. Is there? We're going to spend three hundred and three thirty million dollars. We were talking about it as we were prepping the show tonight saying does it make them bonafide World Series contenders? Maybe but they might have to add my Trump. No problem. No problem. You're like, you know, what? Yes, I'm at the movie theater. I would like to butter popcorn. And I would like the sour patch kids. I'm going to combine them. I don't care about calories. That's how major league baseball teams are with money. They don't care they'll make more you. Suddenly think the Phillies aren't going to be active if they need to make change if they need to sign more players. This is the Phillies team as I just told you active at a level. We've never seen before. Thirteen years three hundred and thirty million dollars for Bryce Harper. It's alarming. It's alarming because we conditioned ourselves to the logic. The bright Bryce Harper wasn't going to get it. We he conditioned ourselves because of the length of this whole process to the logic that you know, what prices going to regret turn down that three hundred million dollars from the nets. Kind of regret it. We got three thirty. We can have a conversation all day long about the number of years on things what we know is today Bryce Harper no matter what with a no trade clause with no opt-out clause..

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"  harper" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:45 min | 3 years ago

" harper" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"You're hearing all the screams. Oh my God. Thirteen years three hundred thirty million dollars. What are the Phillies doing how did they get out negotiated? Why would they ever pay three hundred and thirty million dollars for price? Harper. What's it mean? They're not going to win a World Series. You hear all of the negativity. And I get it. I get it. This negotiation is drawn on in front of drawn out in front of everybody's eyes. We've watched every single second of it. We heard reports. What did I say yesterday about the combine never believe anything you hear about the combine just take that and apply to baseball in the off season two? We heard the Bryce Harper wasn't going to get the money. He wanted wrong. We heard the Bryce Harper was a scared to commit long-term to the Phillies didn't wanna play in Philadelphia. Thirteen years thirteen year three hundred and thirty million dollar contract reportedly. We not doesn't say that doesn't say fearful. In fact, the deal includes a no trade clause and has no opt-outs according to leak sources. So guess what Bryce Harper who supposedly is afraid to to to wanna play or doesn't like the thought of playing in Philadelphia just signed up to be there for the rest of his career? Essentially can't believe any of it. He got the money. And now everybody's complaining about it. How could you get out negotiated? How could this happen? Why would Philadelphia's Ben this kind of money? And here's the thing. Everybody wants to be mad because it's not their team. This is simple. What do you watch favorite team to do? The end of the day. What do you want your favorite team to do? The answer win games that simple. How do you want your favorite team.

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"  harper" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

" harper" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"He's actually sick today. So we will see you tomorrow, though, if you wanted to into our sports football or soccer podcast that are going to happen tomorrow. So but going into today's baseball podcast. We have Bryce Harper talk still because we're still waiting on these offers coming in for Harper where he's gonna end up. There's still a lot of there's still been multiple meetings with him. We'll talk about that the child got an eight year offer from Chicago White Sox. We'll get more on that later and also hall of fame voting. Public voting has come in last up dated on the fourteenth. So we'll talk about that as well. And then someone's gotten there's been multiple unit unanimous votes from looks of things are one year from looks things. But let's get into Bryce Harper. I it looks like the Phillies are the most. What's the word? I'm gonna use the most per sit persistent in signing Harper. They already signed shortstop. So they're kind of hesitant on getting Machado. But I think the fact is when you're looking at who harbors gonna go to it looks like he's going to stay in the analyst because the Phillies are in the Middle East and also they've kind of been they played with played against. And they know what he's capable of these seen his pacey played a lot most of him throughout his career his career at least. And the fact remains, you know, the nationals are supposed still in the running to sign him apparently meeting will too. We still don't know. Exactly. We we offer is we don't know anything about the Harper deals as of right now as of January sixteenth, and it's been since roughly November it's been a long time since we've heard anything about where Harper's get end up and no official deals have been offered as of yet. And that's. Well, another we talked about this on the podcast, how slow paced the free agency market is in baseball. And it's almost frustrating. Because of the fact like if I knew if we all knew where Harper will end up if we all knew the offers, then we would talk about okay? How can you improve this? How can they improve? That. Is this team is the team is going to be on to be championship contenders. Is if he stays with the nationals are they still championship content can can contenders, excuse me. And you look at all that. And he is his factor. He's an ex factor in with every team. So we have and we some noise area. But we do know he won't be going to the Chicago Cubs. They have announced they have no chance signing him. So he won't be going to Chicago Cubs. But it looks like from my perspective. It looks like the only two that are having legit chance to sign. Harper are the washing nationals resigning him and the Philadelphia Phillies to a massive deal. Now, I don't know what you do. Or what you offer like this talk four hundred million or three fifty or however, it's going to happen. But. It just it just it just a. Interesting factor to look on. We were talking about how the dodgers were my pick-up Harper. And Mark set on the previous podcast how he was very confident in the dodgers taking breaks Harper. But from what has happened the past week or so it doesn't look like that's got happen doesn't look like he's going to Los Angeles. But you know, anything is still happen. Harper kid end up back in with the nationals who knows but. The question is to me is like is he gonna get more money than Machado either leave he will. But like we still haven't heard anything about Machado's. Deal with the White Sox. We'll get more than the next segment, but. Would Harper poppers. One of the biggest commodities coming into free agency a longtime same with Machado. And the fact of the matter is whoever signs these two, and there was even thoughts of the Phillies signing both Chato in Harper doesn't look it's going to happen now, but they are going to be a huge difference maker in the basically who will series favorites. And it looks like Harper's destiny stay in the analyst. He'll please watching nationals a lot and that will be I'll be a much interesting Tory story throughout the season..

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