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'Righting wrongs': Congress is taking another look at reparations for slavery

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

'Righting wrongs': Congress is taking another look at reparations for slavery

"Says it plans to take another look at the idea of providing reparations to black Americans. HR 40. The bill that aims to study and develop reparations was first introduced in 1989 and now over 30. Years later, the bill is receiving a new spotlight in Washington. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee. This commission will probe into the facts of the longstanding impact disparities that that slavery brought about in this country. Utah representative Burgess Owens claimed the measure wouldn't do enough for black Americans. It is also unfair and heartless to give black Americans the hope that this is a reality I could Jackie ABC News Washington

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"burgess owens" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

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"burgess owens" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Right. I wanna talk to you a little bit about losing your identity. I mean some people have an identity crisis but now that's taken on a whole new a whole new meaning seeing that cybercrime has gone up about seventy five percent with corona virus. I mean there's just been so many good things that come out of. This virus thing has an area. I mean it's just fan. I'm a huge. Yeah yes especially what they're doing in berkeley to hear about this there. They've locked all the students in in University of berkeley and they berkeley. They've just you can leave to go to the bathroom. But then you gotta go right back to your dorm. I was very upset that they stopped Outdoor solo exercise. Because i'm as you know. Huge outdoor outdoor exercise rogue. I like to do it to solo because that way i can just lay down on the ground. You can act like you did it. Yeah plus. I do like the fact that the berkeley people are now. Living my lifestyle absolute berkeley students are locked into rooms. But anyway right now. Because of corona virus are our information is everywhere on the internet and cybercriminals are looking for ways to take things that are ours including our good name. in fact that's the most important thing and if you're just monitoring your credit if you're looking your credit cards you're gonna miss stuff. That's where identity theft and lifelock comes in. They are looking at the things that you might miss on your own. Nobody is covering you like lifelock. Nobody can stop all of it. But they are the best and if something slips through they will Assign a team. They have a special. That is just there to make sure that you get your good name back and they work with you to do it. Save up to twenty five percent of your first year. Lifelock dot com with promo code back. Lifelock dot com promo code beck one eight hundred lifelock.

"burgess owens" Discussed on X96

X96

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on X96

"Don't drive pretty dot com Look for the big yellow duck drive. Dot com. Burgess Owens is running to represent us in commerce. But his record should make Utahns run in the other direction, only said he'd repeal our healthcare throwing over 200,000, Utah residents off their healthcare and ending healthcare protections for people with pre existing conditions like asthma or cancer. And while Utah families are still suffering from increased cancer rates do two decades of nuclear testing in Nevada, Owens called for restarting nuclear testing. That's right, Owen said. He absolutely supported it. But that's not all. Owens has a decades long history of bad judgment. Violent for bankruptcy six times across multiple states and hundreds of thousands and unpaid taxes. Record is clear. Utah should run from Burgess owns paid for by House Majority. Pack the house with George dot com not authorized candidate. Our candidate's committee House Majority PAC is responsible for the content of this advertising Today, tastes like Game day at home like a sign couch seating. Like coffee table dining on an ice Cold Coke to cool down the East Today. Tastes like watching football is supposed to and it never tasted this good. CocaCola together Tastes better football season is here. That means it's time to load up on some delicious ice Cold Coke. Pick up Coca Cola from Smith's today..

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"burgess owens" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Now time for us to to man up in women we at point at a crossroad, we were fighting for our culture we're fighting for our nation would fight broadcast future if we don't have the courage to stand for them, then it'd been Hulu we've become. We're not whiners wimps. That's what happens when you start going to the left become Weiner's Weiner whips listless make sure that we we stand for those things that made our country. Great. Be Proud of those came before us. They weren't perfect but neither are we did the best they could at the time they came through and they gave us a gift A. Country that's free allows us how these kind of conversations that I can as a black man the day run for President I want to run a business I want to go to any movie theater. I. Want to that fifty years ago six years ago I could not have done. So we need to be proud of the progress made ample those who wanted to. Look at them and see if they're happy with what they're doing if they're unhappy people. On them and going to direction guess what you'll be unhappy person to we need to be a hopeful and enthusiasm excited and appreciate nation of all those a page apprise. So we have really today to move forward and let's fight for it. We fight for verse simply Napa Going to street and beat up people would bricks and sticks we go. Bye Bye go into that booth. He's pulling for hope and freedom. That's Republican Party right now this nation Republican Party owns the house, the Senate and the and the presidency. Can Promise you? We'll see a renaissance, the next four years that Americans have never thought. They can see in their lifetime people come together people winning again, getting jobs having having education with their kids take Daca take your social security. All the things have been out there that the leftist Litas on both sides have laid out there because they want they want misery as a political strategy win done with that America's now need to move forward this move toward toward the light guys. That's what we do best collectively this just. Win Baby get this thing down whistle we could make sure our country is a great place to pass onto our kids, right? Well, if you create misery and resentment that you can present yourself as the savior from those things. If you create problems, you present yourselves as the solution I think that's what Democrats have done really effectively they actually create problems with their you know with their government programs and then they present themselves as a solution to those problems not saying that they are actually the ones that created the. Problems in the first place in obviously that's a lot of manipulation that's worked well for the Democratic Party it's sounding like you are trying to push back against that and exposed that and to stop the cycle that a lot of communities in this country of have found themselves in for decades and It's very encouraging to to hear your message of hope and optimism, and I certainly hope that all the things that you're talking about come. True. It would be good for both sides of America whether we agree or not. Sally. We're looking at those who know what it is to build what the Democratic Party has done, and you look at every city nicotrol..

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"burgess owens" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Another football analogy, a great linebacker for us. Stop Stopping from doing that, and now the way the people waking up we're going to actually vote against everything that they've been trying to do to us and I think now that we see this last year we understand now was what we're up against and we the people just don't like it but we're going to go into direction I feel confident about that. Tell us a little bit about your story. Have you always been a conservative? Have you always been interested in getting involved in politics? WHOA I I've always been a conservative, but it wasn't a tool Ronald Reagan came along that became a Republican. I grew up in a community and I liked to tell people his alley because. The narrative has ban because the left has control. Our educational system for decades that the black community was has been a hapless hopeless race that was oppressed of four hundred years by white people, and that's not the case we represent all the other communities. Coaches come this country during a town where assimilation wasn't quite as rapid as today whether it be the the Jewish community that German community, the hours community would turn to return within. To make sure that we were doing the very best, we're living the American dream, and so we have in the forties, fifties and sixties which many Americans do not understand I have not been taught. The black community was the most competitive minority in our country. We lead the country in the forties, fifties and sixties in in the growth in the middle class member late from college near committed to marriage because we have such a Christian. Faith based community. And the percentage entrepreneurs where forty percent of black Americans point there were entrepreneurs which actually translated the fifty to sixty percent of us being part of the middle class. So that was community grew up in his sixties. Very proud and therefore when I talk about what we're capable of and was happened to us not have pathetically. As a young man, I know what it is to have around me this segregation in kkk in in Jim Crow Laws But community of men and women that was so proud of who they are in. So focused and committed to their families and their kids that they were gonNA overcome all obstacles which they did. Unfortunately, we've seen the last sixty years something just turned upside down and allied to be honest with you. It has not been white supremacist that that that. that. That undid what we were doing that was out enemy. It was black Litas those look like may talk like made but both but every single anti black policy that the left persona plate whether it be education will be a life of whether it'd be job opportunities everything that the black leaders have done to destroy my community is now what we're seeing crossbow with other leaders trying to store our country. So I'm standing strong did I've never thought about being in politics. But I my dream since I left NFL back in eighty three was to work with at risk kids and I was able to finally do that at here with an organization founded called second chance for youth and I realized about a year or so ago that the kids I work with here in Utah, in these kids across the country just looking. For a second chance, do not have a chance as long as the Democrats hold onto the house because it's all about policies has been about the viciousness. We have anger the hopelessness that we see in the only every single blue city is about policies, and so once we change the policies and give people hope like president trump did the last years think Could give them on campus asses up with those who have not heard this the last three years.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"For Utah's fourth Congressional District Burgess Owens. My heart broke when I saw. Those to Los, Angeles, County Sheriff's Deputies ambushed and I am disgusted by how the mainstream media is handling it because if you go to the mainstream sites, ambush is put in quotation marks no, they were ambushed and they were targeted and now fighting for their lives in the hospital. Apparently, there's now a one hundred thousand dollar reward in connection with the search for the suspect. Who performed that heinous act but let's talk a little bit about how law enforcement is increasingly as evidenced by just this most recent event increasingly being targeted across this country in terms of the calls for disbanding law enforcement defunding police departments it's already happening across the country to our own peril. Well, this is why we have to the nation really look at where we are I personally we haven't announced a compensation deal that will need half a long time I've been talking about because I've watched what happened to my great community growing up in Tallahassee. Florida secondary community very successful. They don't fifty to sixty percent black Americans in speed were part of the middle class because they have poured center, the business owners owners and I will say communities. So I watched what's happened. And what we have to recognize as we at a point that really could be a very positive for us because it's more great. We have life we have opportunity. We have hope we have dreamed darkness. We have debt we have people that get up every single day of their lives to go out there and protect us from evil, and now they're now being need. It started by the way seven years ago Michael Michael Brown, is a good example be the hands up don't shoot with a total lie. But if you if you're a team drip drip drip propaganda indoctrination, we're GONNA have young people. They believe that they're in a country that hates them, and this is what we have to understand I need is to fight now against is a current concert steady grace of. Americans have no idea what that looks like not going up in the sixties, the way I did and yet even during those times Americans find a way to sixteen overcome. Community blackmailing poison and sixty lead the country girlfriend classmen the. College men committed to marriage and. Even in the worst conned because that's where we aren't we overcome and and we have to recognize we're not teaching history then be left on and they will they were changing narratives and turn out. The people hate I'll. Go to college, and then then leave there and go out and thrown out burnouts system down because they do not believe in American way they believe in socialism communism we're up against a lot but I think this is a for us in terms of coming together because one thing we're doing now is Democrats and Republicans talking with saying you know what? We don't want to have a business turned down. We want we want to go to church we went to go to school 'cause they're falling behind and we have this conversation. Realize we're not the enemy. Hard left. The radical left is enemy. They hate everything about what you're doing because some values and now seeing what it looks like and it's not comparable. So let's come together. Let's make sure that country move forward. But first of all, putting in place a president who loves our nation loves our value fighting tooth and nail and fly. So Frantic, they will never tell the truth because they're so. Close to power and they're losing it. So they're frantic and this gone they have no shame and and and what might my my position is you find a good person a good person who's right now to confused to deal with them tell them that you look at CNN CNN for two weeks if they look at Fox for two weeks and what's GonNa Happen they passing truth there never seen or heard before never knew about and as I started to wake up. To so we have a lot to go up against this the great time for them together because we really get with seeing firsthand and our live cow socialism Austin looks like and what the devious luck will do to get power anything. There's no shame whatsoever. And speaking of their headlong rush for power. That's exactly why you are running for Utah's fourth congressional district. Correct. That's exactly right. That the intellects. Snowing for you DOT COM and and I'm I'm fighting to be part of a group of freshmen a representative GonNa. Truly the game changes were their political poker professional politicians or lobbyists we want to. We want. We wanted to take his to replicate the president and it gets into. The allows that they have the next four years of the true renaissance and Miracle Wins Come together. That's what happens every time we've done that. After World War Two and Anytime we want we will come together. We would once again Stanford those things that keep unified and even if we might disagree who samples in nearby so I'm hoping that across this country, look at the Republican candidates magnesium. First Time but we will come together guys the teen and they make changes that you've never seen before and and and really, and making proud that we're fighting for on agent versus site personal power. Retired NFL STAR and candidate for Utah's Fourth Congressional District Burgess. Can't tell you what a great honour and pleasure at. It's have the opportunity to talk with you again because it seems to me, this is the quintessential battle this election. Between the darkness and the light I appreciate your perspectives insights and most especially your positively Sir thank you. Thank. You be only palm and you. Just. Go to the guys. We got this done. David. Take Care Thank you. Seven twenty one now thirteen ten Kfi K. and Patrick the whole show in Colin Coward or on Northern.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Right our final moments with Vince Ellis and Burgess Owens I don't have a lot of time about a minute each Vince now that you see all these polls the president it sixteen to thirty four and a half percent approval rating the African American community Hispanic community record highs there too do you think that translates into votes good will and people are going to be surprised just like Burgess that is good for the other conversation of people started off the plantation better than awakening we are now seeing the Democratic Party after what Biden did also quick to say will slow down there you have a plan for their own mantra is one thing state exactly what you want St for still Medicaid stay grounded and we will make sure we're good master stirred Huilliche from the ground up from the crowd to Paul Palmer table we'll we'll we'll we'll we'll we'll make sure that you stay on the phone under our control and we will determine your work we are better than that and black people in America are waking up to find everything they want in America last minute this half hour burgers owns you can't get a win win would be interested you know I'm excited with the fact that the black America now holding a bag of pencils versus party politicians and we waking up and that's what it's going to keep the ball down the nose the district's chains on with other people do not understand our system black Americans love our country we love our families went out for a future and we're going to continue to both of those who support back in that's will present troubles Donnie's politically or what the left is not done in decades so watch out we're gonna be leaving the product to make sure I could get a great again but by voting our values and I love that about how about can you know really products of all those are standing up in the structure of a much better place so the dentist will send everybody is the best interest we you know you your rise and fall together we're gonna rise and fall as a nation together got to be one of some point you'd think the virus would you you know we did for that wouldn't be political but unfortunately it's become political Burgess Owens are running for the fourth congressional distributing Q. Vince Ellison author iron triangle thank you eight hundred nine four one Sean when we come back our medical team we'll update you on the latest on corona virus a much more as we continue.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"We're back with Burgess Owens who brought a young kid how how old is MAC Mexx twenty nine twenty nine. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison, he met you carbon. And he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reached out and said, I'll help you turn your life around would what what do you do this? So it has a back story. I had previously helped him. My ex husband, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watched him blossom. He now has a family in beautiful job. And you know, just a great we had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show magazines is like Will Smith like he's huge big big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in he kind of pushed me to help all of his friends. So it wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one heart project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cards. You know, and it you've seen lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any. Situation, and and his friend David who is his best friend his an fighter now and just their their contributors now to society commander this because the problem we're having our juvenile system is a seventy percent reserve recidivism rate said center, those kids go back within months when one hundred has done because the curriculum and the way they change week these kids think and people like MAC helping along get down to eighteen percent. Baylor university's keeping up status statistics statistics, explore four one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward, and and have an impact on on others. The name of the book is why I stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens it Burgess. If I get you stay just one more second. I want you to talk about your theory buying NFL.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on WRVA

"Glenn beck. We're back with Burgess Owens who brought a young kid. How old is MAC next twenty nine twenty nine. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison, he met you carbon. And he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reached out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What what what do you do this? So it it has a back story. I had previously helped him. My ex husband, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watched him blossom. He now has a family and it won't be. And you know, just a great we had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Mac is like Will Smith like he's huge big big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in he kind of pushed me to help all of his friends. So it wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one hundred project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs get him cards. You know, and you've seen lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any situation and his friend David who is his best friend his an enemy fighter now and just their their contributors now. Commander this because the problem we're having juvenile system is a seventy percent recidivism rate seventy center, those kids, go back within months with one heart has done because the curriculum and the way they change week these kids think and people like MAC helping along down to eighteen percent Bailey. Universities keeping up status as the statistics statistics for four one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward down and have an impact on on others like them. The name of the book is why I stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess. If I get you stay just one more. So I want you to talk about your theory bind NFL.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"You know, you can listen at home by telling Alexa play on iheartradio. Yeah. Enjoy the stimulation. Back. We're back with Burgess Owens who brought a young kid. How how old is MAC x twenty nine twenty nine. Yeah. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison, he met you carbon. And he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reached out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What what what do you do? So it it has a back story. I had previously helped them. My ex husband, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watch him blossom he now has a family and beautiful job. And you know, just a great we had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Mac is like Will Smith like he's huge big big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in he kind of pushed me to help all of his friends. So it wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one hundred project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cards. You know, you've seen a lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in. In any situation, and and his friend David who is his best friend his anime fighter now and just their their contributors now can add to this. Because the problem we're having juvenile system. There's a seventy percent reserve isn't rate said recenter, those kids go back within months when one artist, Dan because it curriculum and the way they change week these kids, thank and people like MAC helping along you've got down to eighteen percent. Baylor university's keeping up status as the statistics statistics for for one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having an impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward, and and have an impact on on others had the name of the book is why I stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess. If I get you stay just one more saying, so I want you to talk about your theory buying NFL NFL and as an ailing it's it's quite an it's I think, you're right. I think you're right. Why I stand available in bookstores everywhere. Glenn beck. Mercury. Agree.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Glenn beck. We're back with Burgess Owens who brought a young kid how how old is MAC next twenty nine twenty nine. Yeah. And and he was just telling us the story that when he got out of prison, he met UCAR, man. And he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reached out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What what what do you do? But is this. So it it has a back story. I had previously helped them my ex, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watch him blossom. He now has a family in a beautiful job. And you know, just a great we had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Mac is like Will Smith like he's huge big big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in. He kind of pushed me to help all of his friends. It wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one heart project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cars, you know, and you've seen lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any. Situation, and and his friend David who is his best friend, his an enemy fighter now and just their their contributors to society. Can't this. Because the problem we having juvenile system is a seventy percent reserve reserve isn't rate seven hundred let's go back within months when one artist, Dan because the curriculum in the way, they exchange week these kids think and people like MAC and helping along you've get down to eighteen percent. This is Bill. Christie's keeping up status as statistics for four one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward, and and having impact on on others like him the name of the book is why I stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess of I get you stay just one more sayings. I want you to talk about your theory.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on KTOK

"Recommend it. Glenn beck. We're back with Burgess Owens who. Brought a young kid how how old MAC next twenty nine twenty nine. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison, he met you Carmen, and he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reach out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What would what do you do? But. So it it has a back story. I had previously helped them my husband, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watch him blossom. He now has a family and it won't be useful job. You know, just a great. We had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Mac is like Will Smith like he's huge big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in. He kind of pushed me to help all of his friends wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one heart project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cards. You know, and it you've seen lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any situation. And his friend David who is his best friend his anime fighter now and just their their contributors to society. Commander this because the problem we haven't gone out juvenile system is a seventy percent reserve resist rate said recenter those kids go back within months one artist done because the curriculum and the way they states wake this gives thank and people like MAC, helping along you've got down to eighteen percent Baylor university's keep status as the statistics statistics for four one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having an impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward and down and have an impact on on others like him. The name of the book is why I stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess. If I get you stay just one more. He's I want you to talk about your theory,.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on KNSS

"With Burgess Owens who brought a young kid how how old is MAC next twenty nine twenty nine. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison, he met you Carmen, and he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reached out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What would what do you do? But is this. So it it has a back story. I had previously helped them my exhusband, and I had helped guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watched him blossom he now has a family beautiful job. And you know, just a great. We had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Maga's like Will Smith like he's huge big big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in. He kind of pushed me to help all of his friends wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one heart project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cards. You know, you've seen a lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any situation. Nation. And and his friend David who is his best friend his an enemy fighter now and just their their contributors now commander this because the problem we haven't gonna juvenile system. There's a seventy percents reserve recidivism rate said recenter those kids go back within months when one heart has done because the curriculum and the way they change week these kids think and people like MAC helping along you'll get down to eighteen percent. This is Baylor university's keep them status statistics statistics for a four one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward, and and have an impact on on others like him the name of the book is why stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess. If I get you stay just one more savings. I want you to talk about your theory, buying NFL, NFL and healing. It's it's.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on WRVA

"Glenn beck. We're back with Burgess Owens who brought a young kid how how old is MAC next twenty nine twenty nine. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison. He met you Carmen, and he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reached out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What would what do you do this? So it has a back story. I had previously helped them. My ex husband, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watched him blossom. He now has a family in beautiful job. And you know, just a great we had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Mac is like Will Smith like he's huge big big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in. He kind of pushed me to help all of his friends wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one heart project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cards. You know, and you've seen lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any such. And and his friend David who is his best friend, his an enemy fighter now and just their their contributors to society. Can this? Because the problem we're having juvenile system. There's a seventy percent reserve reserve isn't rate seventy center, those kids, go back within months when one artist down because it curriculum and the way they change wake these kids think and people like MAC helping along got down eighteen percent. -versities keeping up status. Explorer, four one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having an impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward, and and having impact on on others like him the name of the book is why stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess. I get you stay just one more saying, I want you to talk about your theory bein NFL NFL and.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Dalley show. Glad you're joining us today. And of course, we have great guest. I say, of course, we have a great. He he's a great guest. And I have Burgess Owens on the show. We've got uncle Miltie. Burgess Owens, NFL great, man. You won the Super Bowl. You were matter so much to your career that I could actually talk about verges, I love that. And and one of the first three black Americans to play football the university of Miami. And you also hold a bachelor of science degree in biology chemistry. You were simultaneously selected as first team college all American, and then of course, you were a first round draft pick played for the jets one thousand nine hundred Super Bowl champions, Oakland Raiders your post football career. I you are the executive director. I for the chapter I've the one heart project, so make sure you check that out because you can go to one heart dot com. For more information on that. Burgess the book the brand new book that you have out. I'm really encouraging people to get this. Why I stand from freedom to the to the killing fields of socialism. So glad that you are with us. And this is coming out in October. You can get a you can get this on order, and we're talking about this this this Nike thing that's been in the news. And it seems that there's a lot of outrage, and I had I had a gal that sent me a message that said, well, I support Colin because cops need to change and my first answer to that was well, wait a minute. I did did what he is. What he did? Did that affect any change with what he was actually thinking he was protesting on the NFL clock? I don't think. So what was your first thought when you saw this go down when he first did it when he first because I understand, you know, I came to narrow work Kaplan was really taught Macken unity berbie. Well, we have is is coal is come through the process now, Marcus. He's not looking at the park solution. You just wants to find a way to put down our country in a way that real. Do you want to do something? He's been playing for several years. He's never started visit to up until two years ago. He'd never even cared about the lack of education program. So. What are you calling a lot of hype you notice that? There's not a lot of conversation from him. I've actually heard him compare it with a league, which is amazing because my my believe without the principal articulate themselves trying to convince. Cap'n is the big picture. You see the maple platitudes? But he there's no solution based on what he's doing. Now. We have to understand the real heroes now country, although many women without the after the big bucks going out there. Single day and more totally mixed. You have better hope more hope more opportunities in a chance to make it happen to America American hero and contract dry stealing during the so many young people we've met at hero to me at all. Ditto. Really? I couldn't have said better. I absolutely agree. I think a lot of people are probably nodding their heads and had the same reaction when you saw Nike get involved. All these corporations are starting to up the ante and take on these political issues. What is your thought behind that? Well, again, I miss globe. Is another example first thing I'd be when I heard this with with a with a regular. Get thirty four billion dollars in international revenue build their country the product you played like, Vietnam, slave labor. We have two thirty forty dollars per hour labor here what what's happened globally. Trying to get away because of the American market cap this top how did he get outside of America? Well, the best thing to do is become a global company become a copy of that tied into you think about soccer soccer every single year everybody every country over countries that Kermit PD, and they look there in all its revenue the revenue is going to someplace federation NFL understands that the money comes from TV. They make right now. Total revenue share equally yoked cap gotten American market. They think he had done in a different direction in therefore vehicle be grabbing change deneen your brands same thing. With nike. The understand the future is basically outside our country. You played like China. Yeah. There's a bunch of them that don't like America. But would love to take. They're looking to have their grand taking on a case here. It is not surprising. I think again, I really don't have a problem with it either as long as Americans know that for instance, I now know anything ever in my life. The Nike swishes. Right. Right. Oh, yeah. I buy boys. So again. Okay. Baltimore mega-brand American company. So that's that's the great thing about being free market. We can we can put globalist and and and and and go the America. Yeah. I mean, it surprises me to kind of money. They're losing that. They don't seem to care. That's kind of interesting, right? This is what they call them an investment committee. They have thirty four billion the international resident. All the American people being hit in the way that you guys see it because they're not missionary. What they do. They look at how to make money quickly. Maybe they can claw their way back giving you market market back away. It was built build on a daily, basically international market. So we'll turn it back here. Now by making sure we don't we don't support it. Yeah. Yeah. I agree. You've also written a book called liberalism, and I've loved this. This is why we had to unless I'm how to turn good men into weiner's weenies and wimps. I just love your titles, by the way. And totally I totally agree. You know, we're we're constantly told that we have a huge racism problem were divided on every corner were outreach other's throats. When you hear that, what do you think what do you think? Well, I'm fortunate to have grown up in an era where it's quite different. Where those shoes in the chance to go up around real meeting women will probably they were looking for victims in a believe in American dream. That was my parents generation the generation that pushed out of you. He was having that we have accepted every. Think of including a black president. But yet we get a black president made it the person you tell the poor advocate cannot make it because of that. The biggest problem we have the black means that that white racism. Elitist. Bake it like they need without pro. You have a gun. Bb beloved his own rate. The tell the Baker do the things that he's done. And that's what we that's well by really? I my goal was simply we have a generation particularly that are coming out of the prison system. Now. On base got one heart coming out of the juvenile system. Seventy eight percent don't have fathers never talk. Basic principles, but they're so talented this. So just by the way, I believe personally that this group of people that have been thrown away S crash on the left we teach our kids. And now, you truly a great place to be opportunity education job, again, they will be the one to pull my weight back to our country. That I think we have a great way to go. Trying to convince people accompanying the boxes how how changes way, but for putting together better better narrative dirt samples, so they can grab up and be Gordon produced like generations before them. Excellent. Burgess most of us understand that it's for a black, man. Like you to stand up and say, the things you say is a very difficult position to be in for a lot of people. What made you pick up this cross and run with it? Because you know, again, we're blessed I grew up at a time when when men were men and women were winning I love country race LA the teacher. Would it to be courageous to love our country family like and so? The need is met a big deal. The big deal here. What other people thought, but I don't. Michelle getting everybody wants to give him the negative message. Makes it easier time in definitely possible. Because putting me down the waste of my time and yours. I could care less by my whole thing is I love my family. I love my country. I love my God long ago sweetjames. I've already. And that's been doing that. Everything's despise leaving for me. Those are the veterans are those war in World War Two. Greer those young people much couple of things that we're talking about doing. Now, they went out and accurate ball came back with all kinds. We can do is educate ourselves, and then group groupthink, people bully us into thinking that we have to be quiet working with eight new because that was. The way. They want to bully harm and discarded. They can't. Oh, yeah. I, and and you know, I guess what are the biggest questions? Somebody might have today is I look at black lives matter and you look at the marching going on in their marching oppression. Are we oppressed in America today in your view? Well, back you think about this. We're going to have to ask yourself where black lives matter people. Give me money. They don't have to work all day. Anything I show up at twelve o'clock napping in paying these people. Is not the black people being paid. In the past. What is it was down to three point eight percent? We're not generating income to pay people go out and demonstrate. Would it be? Depot. The depot antiga. Yup. I just think people paints black lives matter behind the curtain. You'll always be behind the black berry, the thin black Assad, you see white socialist Marxist in Asia. But understand that the case will be the NWPP. Would it be black entertainment television, equal MS white peak with a very black? And you look at black lives matter. That is the same way. It's all about hockey distress. No country to divide us. We are the key to it makes you educate off fears in and couldn't focus on giving an opportunity at the end of the day. We went left process. How do we deal with victimhood? How do we deal with us because it seems to it? It comes up, and I wanted to see your view being raised in the air that you were. And then of course, right now, what is your view on this constant cry for Vic ver- victimhood in America. Talk with it only works if they're buying my my message to the white Americans stop apologizing. Together. The people at a rate of the American people we've done so many things together the underground railroad with van by white Americans. Thank goodness. My great-great-grandfather was held by Mexican German-American. Forget came out west. Stop apologizing. Not only are you meaning your pack. The meeting my race. We don't meet anybody look down upon up in speed. My family, my my history my generation before me show. What can happen? We stand up like. Do the right thing if we stopped doing that. We'll stop having people expect apologies. Only works. Have you talk? Nobody's talking to people put their head down apologize. What happened two hundred years ago? And by the way. This whole thing of slavery there right now over fifty million slaves around the world women children being sex trafficking. If people want to do something about talking about what they have..

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"burgess owens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So scary anyway reclaiming my time climb anyway interesting what she had to say about weinstein hits so amazing they're trying to make this about donald trump and it's not in why it's not gonna work i'm not going to let them make it work and i am going to point out every democrat the won't give the money back and the clinton starting with them and every apply every word that hillary's now using to her husband and to her blind eye taking money from countries that abuse women and kill gays and lesbians and persecute christians and jews because i wouldn't take up kenny from any of them it's unbelievable anyway eight hundred nine four one sean if you wanna be a part of the program all right i'm gonna tell you about colin kaepernick with the nfl owners now slated to meet in new york we have a great debate later today burgess owens and joe thighs men dies when former washington redskins quarterback and burgess owens former nfl super bowl champion anyway ed slated for new in new york this week and their fall meetings now you've got colin kaepernick filing a grievance against the league stemming from his lack of employment and he is hired bigleague attorney guy by the name of more garrigo said if you watch cable news over there is you know marghera goes is really good at his job anyway it's a grievance which apparently capper next attorneys are seeking expedited discovery including depositions and document production which is an enormous request which it granted would seek to draw out any informational exchanges.

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"burgess owens" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"burgess owens" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Both grave here from the froze radio more triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 this is great because in light of everything that's going on with the nfl we thought we talked to friend burgess owens who has written great books including liberalism or how to turn good men into whiners wenas in wimps burgess owens former nfl great and super bowl champion welcome to tibet gray unleashed thanks for coming on iraq later caught with a look at sheila thank you what and tell me what you would what would you be saying to teammates right now who who are taking a knee would you i mean would you have any advice forum after i i would i regret a couple of things here for it to go from a black teammate but if i knew what i know now you know what guy catholic truly though and if nato don't go to coffee you're going to go out and buy autographed and and got football catholic should've coming off either we really get back can help you could koo koo understandably kfi we got it it can do it too we'd have to make you would not discouraging the good the younger generation right my wife my wife teammate i would go a little guys we don't need to pity uh we don't deserve we don't want it uh what we do need it for you to help get the bhutto good market left off necker my.

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