35 Burst results for "Carl"

Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country

"Okay, thank you. President Biden is destroying our country. There is we should we can not stand for this. We can not stand for this. He is destroying our country. He is against us, and he's letting in all these immigrants to vote for him the next time he wants to be president. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. He led in all these immigrants, all these crime ridden people that are coming into our country talking in every day and by President Biden has to go

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How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 3 d ago

How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign

"Hey guys, I want to talk to you about prison fellowship we're in day two of Mike's annual prison fellowship angel tree campaign where your donations will make it possible for boys and girls all over America who have a mom or dad in prison to get to experience the blessing of a personalized message and the gospel through the angel tree program of our friends at the nonprofit, prison fellowship. Incredibly, over one and a half million Americans have a mom or dad that's in prison and some of them ask themselves, does my mommy or daddy still love me? Do they even remember me anymore? It's heartbreaking. But that won't happen in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the local angel tree volunteers know how important their mission is in this year's campaign. It's really devastating for a child to not have their parents around during Christmas time or to know that somebody loved them. 'cause that's really the key. They need to know that somebody loved them. Just having that connection with their parent and sending that message from the incarcerated parent. And to get that on Christmas morning, love dad or love mom is one of the greatest gifts you could ever give a child. So Thanksgiving is this Thursday and then before you can blink Christmas will be here. You can still make an eternal difference in the lives of these children when you support angel tree by going to Mike online dot com, click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page and make a donation.

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Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 3 d ago

Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data

"On to say that we've been focusing on the wrong thing. We look at the unemployment numbers and guys, there's a real unemployment number and there's a basically a fake unemployment number, I shouldn't say fake unemployment number, but there's the U three and the U 6. I'm gonna forget everything that in entails right now, but basically the U 6 number, which is the real unemployment number, which is what we used to calculate. It encompasses everything from people that have discouraged workers. People that have lost lost their jobs completely. The discourage workers, like I said, they moved out of just left the job force, got discouraged. Maybe they went to look for another job, but they're temporarily out of the job force. And it would count those people that moved from full-time to part time. So you had three facets there. All right? So the people that just left were completely get discouraged, we're not even counting at this point. I believe that's what they would the categorize these people as. So when the Democrat party tries to pretend as if the unemployment numbers are great. Guys, we are still feeling jobs. We're still feeling jobs that were absolutely an utterly destroyed during the pandemic. And I should say, I was gonna say as a result of the pandemic, but actually as a result of the lockdowns. Because the left totally destroyed this economy. And I believe they did it intentionally. But I think as a result of that, we're seeing manhood being totally destroyed in America.

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Mike Rowe: 7 Million Men Are Choosing Not to Work

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 3 d ago

Mike Rowe: 7 Million Men Are Choosing Not to Work

"And I continue to quote. And I mean, last week, there was an article in The New York Times called something like how to combat the assault on modern work. And I thought it was going to be an article about coal miners or crab fishermen. You know those tough guys, this is me going out of the quote like deadly catch stuff like that. Or you know big tough jobs where the danger is real micro says. It wasn't. It was an article about everything from paper cuts to the non existent pet bereavement policies that are being deemed harsh. And he says, I'm not making this stuff up. And so we are, we're in a place where 7 million able bodied men are not only not working between the ages of 25 and up 7 million able bodied men are not only not working, they're affirmatively not looking for a job. That's never happened in peacetime. He says, ever.

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Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

"Mike Rowe was recently on Tucker Carlson's show. They were at the patriot. I believe it's called the patriot awards yes it is for Fox. And micro was interviewed by Tucker Carlson. And I just want to go through some of the things that Mike rose said to kind of set the tone. And I really do think this is important. And the more that I think about this, there's always when it comes to politics, there's always micro issues. There's symptoms and there's always a greater disease at play. And I think the denigration of manhood in America has become a huge problem. And we're seeing it play out in politics if you, if you just look at it. All right? So Mike Rogan, he was on Tucker Carlson's show. And Tucker Carlson obviously was interviewing him and Mike wrote to Tucker Carlson that the man in this country they're becoming soft and lazy and he says that's in part due to how much time these men are spending on their screens. I want to get into some of the specifics of what Mike rose said, but I think we all can relate to that. Listen, I spend a lot of time on my phone screen. I spend tons of time on my computer screen. I'm not looking to be influenced, though. I'm looking to search for, you know, news stories, headlines, and to be able to do a show like this or to be able to do my own show. To be able to do my podcast, by the way, check out my podcast the Carl Jackson show dot com Salem podcast network dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show. But here's what Mike Rowe had to say to Tucker Carlson. So he said, so I'm wrong about I'm quoting, obviously, so I'm wrong about as much as I am right. And it's for that reason. I hate to say, I told you so.

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Carl Jackson: We Have a Manhood Crisis in America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 3 d ago

Carl Jackson: We Have a Manhood Crisis in America

"This manhood crisis. We see some of the manhood crisis that I think is transpiring with this defense of not the defense of marriage act, this respect for marriage act. I think there's a crisis there. I think we see a crisis when we see more and more men placate to the radical left when it comes to abortion. I think we see a crisis in our woke military as it's as it's turning into a center of diversity, equity and inclusion. Now, listen, I know a lot of recruits go there. They go to fight and win and to defend us, but the leadership is a real problem and we've got to do something about it. I also realize that there's real manhood and real heroes that still exist and they do pop up from time to time. I mean that happens to be the case in the shooting yesterday that occurred or the other day that occurred at club Q, which is the gay nightclub in Colorado Springs and I want to talk about the person ironically that happened to be the guy that ended up saving lives. Others jumped on to the shooter eventually, but there was a guy that happened to be in a club and guys, I'm a Christian. I believe that God works in mysterious ways. It's just unbelievable. It's unbelievable.

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John Zmirak From Stream.org Shares a Few Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 4 d ago

John Zmirak From Stream.org Shares a Few Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas

"John's mirror. You're a cruel person. And I like that about you. You've written a piece at the stream called conversational gambits to placate your doomed woke kin at Thanksgiving, presumably. Okay, so you're talking about using this Carl Rogers. That's why affirming their statements. You're saying orange man bed, correct? Right. Go ahead. I hear you saying that election deniers should be imprisoned. I hear you saying that private firearms should all be confiscated. You just repeat back to the president you make sure that you accurately heard what they said. But and here's where I think it can be fun. You make it a little crazier. So if the person says, I don't, I think election deniers and climate deniers are unfit parents. You say, I hear you saying that election deniers and climate deniers are unfit parents and should be sterilized by the government. And your family member from California will probably say, yeah. Yeah, that's what I said. And what you do is every crazy thing this person says, you repeat it back to them, made 33.3% crazier. And by the end, this person will not be angry. They will go home feeling affirmed, feeling that they've been listening to, feeling that actually you had a lot of creative input to offer to their worldview. But everyone else at the table will hear this person completely discredit themselves by endorsing the nuttiest crap imaginable, which you have put into their mouths. So everybody wins. And that's my favorite thing about you.

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Carl Jackson: Do You Know Why Trump, DeSantis Are so Successful?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Carl Jackson: Do You Know Why Trump, DeSantis Are so Successful?

"Do you know why Donald Trump was so successful? He was a visionary president. Like him or hate him, he was visionary. Do you know why governor Ron DeSantis right here and the state of Florida, which I reside? Do you know why he's so successful? Because he's visionary. He doesn't wait for things to happen. He's proactive. And if the Republican Party doesn't get this, doesn't understand this. We will never win another election. Guys, I don't care who the nominee is. Don't call me Trump, the Santa. Guys, it doesn't even matter. I love them both. It doesn't even matter. Do you understand that if we don't win this ballot battle, we will not win in 2020 four? All of you that are complaining. Oh man, we didn't put great. It has nothing to do with candidates. Carl, listen, we lost on the abortion issue. Guys, that is a lie. That is a lie. I looked at the exit polling. Now granted, yes, younger people did show up big time in these in these midterms. Younger people, a lot of them were motivated and single women by abortion. Do you know why? And actually, the numbers weren't as high as they were in 2018, by the way, the media is in sharing that, but do you know why these people showed up and these mass numbers were 2022 when inflation sucks when grocery prices are high when gas prices are high, ballot, harvesting.

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Arizona AG Demands Full Report on ‘Myriad Problems’ in Maricopa Voting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Arizona AG Demands Full Report on ‘Myriad Problems’ in Maricopa Voting

"Arizona governor election had to daily wire and doubt his AG demands full report on a myriad of problems in Maricopa voting. Now, see, we might say, listen, guys, we got to stop crying. We got to stop whining, let bygones be bygones. We've got to move on. Guys, we don't get to move on anymore. If we move on, we lose this country. Do you understand me? We do not get to move on. Carl, you're too intense. What are you doing? People need to take a break. Thanksgiving and Christmas. You won't have a Thanksgiving and Christmas and these United States. If we don't start to fight back against the left that are intentionally trying to destroy this country. We don't get to rest. I'm sorry I was hoping for it. We don't get to rest. That's why I'm so thankful that Mike would have me in leading up to Thanksgiving. I'll be honest with you. I'm a bit of a workaholic. I don't even care about resting. I care about fighting because I care about this country. If there's nothing else that I can do, I want to make sure that I say this country. I'm part of saving this country for my daughter and God willing for her children in the future. And I hope that you feel the same. But going back to this story with Arizona, Arizona's attorney general's office ordered Maricopa County officials to submit a report on its botched handling of the November 8th election that led to democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs, a parent victory over Republican Carrie Lake, saying answers are needed before the elections can be certified. Okay, here's what I would have to say. And I love the fact that Republicans are getting it now. They're fighting. What took you so long? What turkey so

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Carl Jackson: Republicans Who Support RFMA 'Don't Get It'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 4 d ago

Carl Jackson: Republicans Who Support RFMA 'Don't Get It'

"Is it respect for marriage act? Listen, I called these people these 12 senators that had signed on rhinos. I'm changing that. I don't like using the term rhinos. I didn't use it years ago and I reverted back to it out of frustration, forgive me. I don't want to do that. I don't want to intentionally be disrespectful, but I will call them Republicans that simply don't get it. I believe there are people that get it and I believe there are people that don't. And I believe that a lot of these moderate so called are more liberal leaning Republicans simply don't get what's at stake. And I think that's why a lot of people have disdain for Trump as well as what I'm getting ready to talk about. Tracy and Peggy, I see you out there don't go anywhere. The number to call in one 806 5 5 mic, we're gonna get into a lot of stories today, but I'm gonna tell you this right now because typically we like to switch this up every hour and we will, but I'm gonna tell you right now every battle that we're facing except for spiritual battles. Those spiritual battles, it should be done. You know, amongst your, you know, with your relationship with God and your spiritual community. And in prayer, but every battle that we're facing, the cultural battle, the free speech battle, this ballot battle, everything comes back to the ballot battle, and it's something that we have to engage in. We can't

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Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 4 d ago

Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight

"Instead of encouraging people to get married and to have babies and instead of encouraging women not to kill their unborn babies, the answer to America's population problem is more illegal immigration. Well, what about the population problem that will occur in the countries that they left? Fascinating what the left does. And guys, listen, call your congressman call your senators. I know that we were all hoping to get a break. But if we're going to save America, we've got to stay in this fight. Listen, our soldiers and World War I World War II Vietnam, the Korean War, the Iraq War, Afghanistan, war. They didn't get to rest. The Civil War, the Revolutionary War, they didn't get to rest. Neither do we, and we don't have to take up arms. Thank God to do it. So we have to stay in this fight and right now. God, I wish the Republicans would do something eventually. I've praying to God we get a simple supermajority one day and we will do something about this lame duck session because the left is gonna do all that they can to cram legislation down our throats while they can. These people don't play by the rules. Republicans want to play nice. It isn't gonna work.

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Carl Jackson: We Have to Adapt to Ballot Harvesting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Carl Jackson: We Have to Adapt to Ballot Harvesting

"I want to address the ballot battle. I want to address the culture battle. And I want to address the free speech battle. And I think the free speech battle. That's where this new special prosecutor comes into play. We all know that this is another witch hunt to do everything they can, the left to destroy former president Donald Trump, but I want you to understand that as Republicans, let me say this. And I want to be emphatically clear. And I really have to, I really have to check my own gut as I know more conservatives were moving this way. And I wanted to make sure that I wasn't being swayed, but I thought it was the right thing to do in order to save this country. Guys, if we're going to save this country, we have to adapt ballot harvesting. I never thought I would have said that. If you would ask me this two weeks ago, I'll be honest with you, just two weeks ago. I wouldn't have said it. Let me share a story with you. And then I'm going to give you some stats and I want to talk about what's happening in Arizona. I want to bring that back to the forefront of your minds because I don't want to let this go and I don't want you to let this go. I am now convinced, as a matter of fact, I did a short podcast on it this morning. Please subscribe to my podcast. Salem podcast network dot com or the Carl Jackson show dot com. I did a quick but jam packed podcast on on this very topic this morning. But I am convinced of this. That if we're going to save America, we're going to have to ballot harvest. I would have never thought I would have said that. Literally, just two weeks ago.

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What Are You Most Thankful For?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

What Are You Most Thankful For?

"You know guys, I've been sitting here and I've been over the weekend. I was like, man, where do I wanna go with this program? Obviously, this is Thanksgiving week. I hope that you have a lot to be thankful for. I'm thankful for so much. I'm thankful, I'm thankful that I'm an American. I thankful that I'm free. I think I'm thankful that God has radically changed my life and giving me a new hope and a new life. I'm thankful for my family. I'm thankful for so many things there are so many things to be thankful for. And I hope that you will enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday and I hope you are looking forward to it.

Adams' 35-yard TD in OT powers Raiders past Broncos 22-16

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Adams' 35-yard TD in OT powers Raiders past Broncos 22-16

"Derek Carr through two touchdown passes to Davante Adams and the Raiders roared back to defeat the Broncos 22 16 in overtime The second of cars scoring strikes came from the Denver 35 when he saw no defenders anywhere near Adams So I just said look it's go up in the air and really I mean it happens it happens slow but it happens fast So it wasn't really a whole lot of thinking It was just locking on the ball and just making it look like With no time out Carl led a drive that culminated in Daniel Carlson's game tying 25 yard field goal with 16 seconds left in the fourth quarter Both teams are three and 7 Bruce Morton Denver

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The Last Election

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | Last week

The Last Election

"No one cracked the code explain what you mean by that. So basically, of course, what happened here is that ultimately they did have a better performance. The Democrats have every right to claim victory after what happened on Tuesday. I hate to say it, but it's true. But as you said, it was not because of abortion. It was not because of January 6th. It was not because of our democracy, election deniers. They love to throw those phrases around. And it wasn't because of president Donald J Trump. You look at some of the things here, if I wanted to go through these real quickly, just the abortion issue. I mean, let's do it. Let's take them one by one. All right, with Dobbs, right? They immediately made this the number one policy issue. Abortion abortion, there's going to be a wave of pro choice voters. That clearly did not happen. Now you have a couple of states that ultimately pass measures to enshrine abortion in their state constitution. California, Michigan, Vermont, deep blue states, obviously that was going to happen. Then you had red states Montana and Kentucky vote to shoot down pro life measures. But the interesting thing here is when you look at Kentucky, deep red state, right? It's shot down a pro life measure by 5 points. And yet on the same ballot, senator Rand Paul, one of the best in Congress, gets reelected by 24 points. How does that make sense? When those voters crossed over to vote for his pro choice abortion loving Democrat opponent, it would stand a reason that that's what would happen. Same thing in Montana. They shot down a pro life measure by 6 points. But the Republicans all dimensional hold, both of the state, congressional seats, again, wouldn't one or both of those flip on that pro choice way. Clearly what happens here is that like with the Kansas pro life measure earlier this year, these voters are absolutely single issue. They will come out, vote on abortion and go home.

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Texas Governor Declares Border Crisis an Invasion

The Officer Tatum Show

01:04 min | Last week

Texas Governor Declares Border Crisis an Invasion

"Also in this hour, I want to try to get to what's happening with governor Greg Abbott. He finally declared an invasion an invasion on the border and I'm so glad that he did Republicans seem to miss the boat. I don't want to say it's too little too late. He's doing what he what he needs to do. Right now, wish he had done it sooner, but it's obviously needed, especially given the fact that we have Katie Hobbs who literally oversaw her own election. Absolutely unbelievable to me, but we had a Republican governor that sat by and did absolutely nothing, knowing this lady was secretary of the state and overseeing her own election. So it is what it is. Arizonans are going to have to get fed up, but I strongly suspect that part of the reason Greg Abbott is going full bore and has declared this invasion at the southern border. It gives him plenty of powers, but that in particular is I think a reason. And obviously, Republicans didn't do as well.

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Are Democrats the Greatest Threat to America?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:21 min | Last week

Are Democrats the Greatest Threat to America?

"I was sitting here thinking, Dennis prager often says, and I love it. It's so true. The left destroys everything they touch, and it's true. It's true. But I was sitting here thinking, thinking about this today and I was before I've said, even on this program and other programs I've sat in for the greatest Democrats are an existential threat to America. And I gotta be honest with you. I've been checking myself today. And I'm sitting here wondering, Carl, is it true that Democrats are the greatest existential threat to America? Or is it? Those that claim to love America that won't fight for America. I gotta be honest with you I'm a little bewildered right now. If students didn't comply with Biden's regime, they were punished. Here's what would happen on college campuses that we could have taken advantage of as Republicans. She says students who didn't comply with the dam basically, they got punished in a whole host of ways, including campus officials disabling their Wi-Fi, barring them from campus period, restricting them from in person learning, preventing them from registering for classes even. Some people were even expelled.

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Republicans Miss Opportunity to Reach Generation Z

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | Last week

Republicans Miss Opportunity to Reach Generation Z

"Getting back to this article by Evita Duffy, who just says, listen, Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy literally handed Generation Z over to the Democrats on a silver platter. She makes the case for it. Guys, do you recall? You guys may recall this. And we were all feeling good when we saw this. You know, we've worn the shirts. We've said it, let's go Brandon, so on, et cetera, but do you guys recall? Remember this. Remember this, when college students were at college, football games, in their stadiums, and they were saying, forget Joe Biden, but they were using another F word instead of forget. And we were looking at this as Republicans as conservatives and saying, oh my goodness, they are waking up on college campuses. Surely, surely someone besides Charlie Kirk and Steven Crowder are gonna be on these college campuses surely, right? Surely, surely they are in C has a squad out there to take advantage of these college students that feel disenfranchised. Surely Kevin McCarthy surely run a McDonald's. The Daniel Shirley Mitch McConnell have a plan to go ahead and make sure that we get some of these young college voters who are obviously upset who see that COVID lockdowns are completely un American and they're turning against the very president whom likely they voted for. Many of them. No, we didn't do that. We didn't do that.

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"carl" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"carl" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"Afraid of their stock getting hit, they're afraid of a tweet. Yeah. They're afraid of they're afraid of a tweet. They're afraid of some of their customers will fall on one side or the other side. But I think if you accept the podium that's given to you with these jobs, then you just can't speak when it's convenient and when it's easy and everybody agrees. I mean, it's kind of the nature of leadership is that you sometimes and maybe even frequently have to do things that are going to get some people upset. Do you think that you were born a leader? Do you think that you learned how to become one? I was definitely not born a leader. First time I ever had to get up and stand in front of a group with 20 people, I had to run to the bathroom first before I could give a talk. And by the end, you know, speaking in front of 20,000 people, there's no big deal. But that was a learned skill. And also as you can tell from a kid who started out liking sitting in the back of the room, throwing spitballs. To waking up and finding out that you're the teacher one day. I was a much more natural spitball thrower than I ever was. The one in the front of the room. But you know, at some point, being the kind of person who wanted to see real change happen, I realized that you could actually have a much greater effect if you could channel that from the front of the room. You were never going to make a real dent in anything from the back of the room. That's Carl bass, former CEO of autodesk. Carl still involved with several other companies, including ones that work on autonomous cars and autonomous construction equipment. By the way, if you ever get to the chabot science center in Oakland, California, you can see one of Carl's sculptures, a walk in, wooden rocket that he made for his kids. Thanks for listening to the show this week. Our music was composed and performed by drop electric. I'm guy Roz and you've been listening to wisdom from the top of luminary, built at productions

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"carl" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"carl" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

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"carl" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"carl" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"Across the table. I'm Chris Henry. I'm the EAA aviation museum programs coordinator. And Chris today we've got a guest who has a lot of high altitude experience, not quite the highest flyer we've had on the podcast, but pretty close. Absolutely. I am super excited to introduce Carl trout. Carl is here today to talk to us about flying the U2. And Carl, thank you for making the trip up to spend a day or two here with us. Well, I appreciate it. Thanks for inviting me. I'm not me and my wife. Absolutely, it's a huge honor. And it's a question. I always like to just dive right in with people because you always hear a really cool different tale. What first really got you excited about flying? Well, I started flying actually when I was 14 years old. A farmer, a friend of my father, was doing some work for him. And he just looked down at me when the job was finished. He just looked out at me and this little 2014 year old boy and he asked me if I wanted to go flying. He had his own plane. And I never been up before, so looked dad. Dad said, well, if you want to go, go, so I went. And it was an air coupe. No, old style air coupe, you know, no rudders or anything like that. And he took me up, but he also let me fly. And I was hooked. And he took me up many more times after that. And then later on in school, they had I don't think they have them anymore. I think it's part of the boy scouts, but explorers club. And they went out and actually bought a plane and anybody wanted to join the club and had an old piper cub. And so actually when I was in high school, I sold and already had my private license before I went to college..

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"carl" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"carl" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Yeah, I'm totally with you. I even had that thought about the process of writing this book because I've been working on it for ten years. And people ask me questions about why did you do it this way or do you have any regrets about this or that? And I'm not even sure that it was the same me that was writing it the whole time, the person who set off on the investigations is different from the person who kept it going during COVID, to the person who got it across the finish line. It doesn't belong to me. It's not mine. It was just almost like Carl subscript one, Carl subscript two was working on it at various times. And now it's here to all of a sudden people are shipping me books and telling me I wrote it. And okay, great. That's wonderful. That's such a beautiful perspective, man. I feel that so much. And in my opinion, it's really the sign that you're more of an artist than perhaps anything because that perspective of like, if you weren't growing and changing throughout the insight of new information and reflection on the information, then you weren't really having the insight into integrating it in the first place. You know, because if you're not continuously absorbing consciousness, of course, the cyclical feedback loop that we have with the external world. And if you're not learning and integrating that experience and changing as a nature continuously blooming in changing 24/7, because the information is flowing through it and it's all happening. I mean, the human consciousness is the same way. When if one wasn't to change and have that type of outlook, I think that speaks to really some type of insulation towards a fuller spectrum view of awareness. Yeah, it's much more relaxing. And frankly, it's life or death for me. It's life or death for me because I needed to let go of ideas about myself as part of my recovery. I don't see it as any different from the process of stopping life threatening drinking or stopping life threatening Adderall use. That necessitated a really close look at my ideas about myself and who I was.

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Carl is just great to get to know you. And I'm sure we'll continue to conversation another time. But so yeah, you decide, you want to get involved in radio. That's kind of interesting, though, that you had the hoods, but that's a New York word for just thinking, I want to get on the radio. I mean, you have to really know who you are and just have a level of self confidence to be saying I'm going to get on the radio and talk about this. That's impressive. Thank you, yeah. I mean, honestly, listening to different people on radio from Christian radio to political radio, you know, I felt like I had listened to radio long enough where I thought maybe I could pull it off, I wasn't exactly sure. Yeah. I mean, I mean, it's hard work to pull off radio. Obviously, I didn't know all that going into it. But I felt like I had the gift of gab when it came to politics. I'm actually I'm actually an introvert, believe it or not, but when it comes to fighting for God's truth, when it comes to politics, for whatever reason, my mouth opens wide, and I can't shut up. Well, 'cause you know that there are people whose lives are being affected, you know? We can't pretend like this is just me. This is affecting all these policies are hurting people. So if you keep your mouth shut, that's on you. Now, if people want to reach you or find you, you have a website? Yeah, they can find me on the web Carl Jackson show dot com. Facebook, Carl Jackson, radio, Twitter at Carl Jackson show. Those are probably the best places to find me. I would say this, though, I am really optimistic about what the future holds for the United States of America. I know that we are in dark times. But I believe that God put us here for such a time as this. I'm corny like that. I really do believe that. And I do believe that this is time, it's time for Christians to shine. It's time for Christians to stand up. I know there's going to be a lot of weekly Christians, some that may leave the faith in God forbid. But I understand that and I understand sometimes things work a work like that. But I think this is a great opportunity for Christians to stand up for the greatest country that God has ever given man. I think we are blessed to live in the United States of America. And again, I believe that God put us here for such a time as this. The fact that we've been able to send out missionaries all around the world because of the freedoms that we hold, I think it's worthy of fighting for. And I think we're starting to see, I think we're starting to see truth come around again. Truth is coming back in style. I think we saw that in Virginia. Parents are standing up. And saying, listen, I don't want my kids taught, you know, this racist nonsense known as critical race theory or diversity, whatever. Whatever other names they go by. I don't want my kids being taught that boys or girls or candy girls and vice versa. So I think truth is making a comeback. I think Christ is making a comeback in this country. And I think conservatives are going to do well because I think we have no choice but to stand up and fight. So I got to be honest with you. I'm a fighter. And I like being in the fight. I like the fact that God is willing to use me a peon to do something in this world right now. That feels pretty amazing. Well, I agree with every syllable. And I do think that sometimes it is God's mercy right now. It's God's mercy that things get this bad. So that people will wake up. I mean, things are just. Ultra disaster, everywhere you look. And that's sometimes what it takes for people to wake up and to fight back. Because Americans are really nice, you know? But sometimes we're too nice and we don't fight. It's just great to get to know you, Carl, I look forward to meeting you in person. Hopefully when I'm in Florida in January and just continue the conversation, Carl Jackson show dot com, did you say? Jackson showed dot com. Carl Jackson God bless you. Thanks for being my guest. Hey, thanks.

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Talking to crawl Jackson who identifies as a black man, and I want to respect that Carl. So I'm going to use the pronoun U, which is second person. For he, when I talk to you because you asked me to and I respect you. Yeah, your story is fascinating. So okay, you are starting to wake up. You're listening to talk radio. And you just were mentioning that you bumped into my amazing grace book, which came out I guess 2007. I don't know how that affected you. But how in the world did you bump into that book? I don't know where were you at in 2007? You know, I got to tell you, it just listening to more talk radio. I'm listening to Christian radio. I'm pretty sure I heard an interview of yours if I'm not mistaken. But anyway, I was prompted to get the book. I just wanted to learn more about it. The things that you were saying, I didn't know any of this stuff. I hadn't heard any of this stuff. I didn't know who William wilberforce was and I had never heard of the guy. And I got to tell you from reading, I read people like star Parker, Larry elder, Thomas, all Walter Williams. And I was learning all of this history that I had never heard of, and I got to tell you Eric, I got upset because I went through Los Angeles unified school district, and I felt like I didn't learn crap to be honest with you. I'm like, I never learned India. Look, I say the same thing everywhere I go, that everything that I have discovered. I think I mentioned it with the is atheism dead book. But the story of bernhardt for the story of wilberforce, the stories that I wrote in my book, if you can keep it about America, why doesn't everyone know this? Why did I learn this? It's kind of shocking when you realize it. And it does make you wake up and say, I need to tell the world, everyone needs to know this because if you don't know this, how can you possibly function or think clearly amidst the madness? But anyway, I'm glad I'm not the only one who has that response. Yeah, it was, you know, just reading more. It was obviously eye opening, and then as you read more and learn more, it becomes easy to figure out who's deceiving you and who's not whether it's radio, whether it's television, wherever or wherever it may be politicians. You know, it's funny to me, but reading, it is, it's true what they say. Reading takes you to a different place to a different world. And that's exactly what began to happen

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I didn't necessarily agree with some of the things at the time. It was the funniest thing, but then over a period of time, I was like, you know, this guy really clicks with me. He makes a lot of sense. He's actually saying a lot of things that I believe. And he would call himself in the, you know, they'll rush throw in all these things. I had no idea Eric because I was traveling in my car, like I said, join these jobs. You know, obviously I was associated with a black community. I never talked to people about him. This was just some guy. I listened to in the car. And then one day, I was at some type of it was a black community of being of some sort. And somebody was talking about they'll rush both this racist. And I was like, what are you, that's the same guy I'm listening to. And I was like, no, this guy's in a race. It doesn't make any sense. So God was working on me, I believe in politics, there's no doubt about it. And I got to say it's why I love what you do because one of the books that I read early on as well was William wilberforce. And I started reading my Wilbur book. I have your William wilberforce book. I have your bun hoffer book, on my bike shelf. They're referenced mine. I didn't know that. I mean, amazing grace is the title, but yeah, we hadn't mentioned that. I'm thrilled to hear that. 'cause you know, as an author, you know, if you're doing radio, writing books, you put this stuff out there, you have no idea, is anybody getting anything out of it. Folks I'm talking to Carl Jackson. He's the host appropriately of the Carl Jackson show and we'll be right back. Hey.

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Was, I was 19 or 20. I mean, that alone is interesting to me that, you know, when you think of a young black man moving around in the circles that you're talking about wanting that daughter, not walking away, but just saying not only do I want that there, I'm going to fight. That's amazing, actually, so can you tell us how that turned out? Yeah, you know, and if I could just as a side note, Eric, I got to say, even growing up in the neighborhoods that I grew up in, people don't realize that, I mean, I grew up in the early, you know, mid 80s, early 90s. I even in our neighborhoods divorce was relatively rare. And then all of a sudden, it seemed like an onslaught. So when you have this black couple that were divorced, it was like, man, really or a single, it really, you know, and it seems like the numbers just started increasing. Yeah. It's astonishing. But yeah, I mean, I grew up with a father and a mother. I grew up knowing that marriage was the right thing to do. I knew that I had strayed, but in my heart, I knew the right thing to do. And that's what I wanted, and that's what I wanted for my child. So I continued to fight because her mother just was not refused to live a good lifestyle, if you will for quite some time and thank God that's different now. But, you know, but it was a hard fight. But what I ran up against constantly were these people that worked inside of government. And it doesn't matter how much I tried how nice I spoke to the people, paying my child support, so on, et cetera it was insane. The people that treated me like absolute dirt. The people that treated me like absolute scum, always seem to be people that were that resided within some type of government office and oftentimes they were black women. And I really took a fence by that. And I really took notice of that. And I'm like, here I am. Fighting for my fighting for my daughter doing everything I can to be a father. And it seemed to me that the only people that were trying to stop me were government officials. And I really do believe that was the catalyst that really began where God really started tipping away at my heart. And I mean, it really changed my life. And then I did every job imaginable from clean and toilets, landscaping started a business in both industries, you know, and I just did everything imaginable. And I had to drive it all hours of the day and sometimes night. And I started listening to radio a lot in my car. And sometimes the only thing that was on would be Christian talk radio, some political talk radio. So I started listening to the ACL day of all people Jay sekulow to one of the first Christian shows that I listened to. And I think that's kind of where my love for politics began because even as God was changing my heart, I would hear these stories that they see all day was talking about. And I would be like, what? Christians, Christians aren't persecuted in America. But in the more that I would hear about these court cases, and then knowing what was happening in my own court cases, I really started growing and affinity for not just for the Christian faith. But fighting for not necessarily the Christian faith at that time, but were things that I believed in. I started reading more. I ended up walking into a bookstore and I read walked in and I saw this book by Larry elder and there was cost stupid black man. And I sat there and I said, what kind of what kind of idiot? That's hilarious. I don't remember that title. That's hilarious. Larry elder, of course, is a hero. He's amazing, but it's just funny to me that you stumble on this book, and you're like, what is this? But you know what, you just said, though, is a very important teaching point. A lot of times Christians are very they're overly theological and they're overly cerebral or intellectual. They forget that truth is truth. And if you're fighting for truth, you're fighting for God's truth. There's no such thing as truth in God's truth. And what you just said about when you see about things that are wrong in justice, when you're working against that, and when you see that happening to you, whatever you fight against it, you're doing God's work and I think it's important because a lot of times the reason I'm saying this is because a lot of times people say, like, you know, you're not supposed to be political, if you're Christian. And you think, where do you draw that line? I mean, wilberforce was a politician who used politics to abolish the slave trade. Over and over and over again, you see these lines are blurred and sometimes you're forced to be political. So it's just fascinating to me that you saw this you kind of woke up to both of these things at the same time the situation of life and big government being bad and all that kind of stuff at the same time that God is going into your life. Yeah, it was, I mean, it was really eye opening, obviously, there were other people as well. I started listening to Rush Limbaugh and my vehicle. I had no idea who the guy was, but I would listen to him because I thought he was entertaining and funny. I didn't necessarily agree with some of the things at the time. It was the funniest thing, but then over a period of time, I was like, you know, this guy really clicks with me. He makes a lot of sense. He's actually saying.

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric met Texas. Hey there folks is here to tax the show and as you know, I've been talking a lot about my new book is atheism dead. I'm very proud of it. I think it's very important information in it. A lot of people read it and compare me to Melville and Tolstoy. And I want to say that, you know, I've been doing a lot of radio talking about my book as atheism did. And I was supposed to be on the Larry elder show because I thought Larry was my friend. But they booked me on that program when he had a guest host because he was doing something silly. Like, I don't know, running for governor or whatever, what I don't even know if that was real. But the fact is that the guest host called Jackson. I hit it off with him so much. I said, I got to get this guy on my radio program, not to talk about his atheism dead, but to talk about Carl Jackson, and he is my guest today. I'm the host Karl Jackson, you're the guest. Welcome. Hey, thank you, Aaron. I appreciate you having me on. Well, I just, you know, there's certain people you just hit it off and I just thought I really loved talking to you and getting little bits and pieces of your story. And I thought you should come on my program and you know, I want my audience to get to know Carl Jackson and the only way I could really do that is to have you on the program. So now you did we just lose him? We lost him. So I'm going to keep going. It was at one 20. So I'll just keep going. Okay, here we go. So you seem to have a really interesting story, your faith story and everything. And I said, you've got to come on the show and talk about that and talk about how you got into radio. But where did it all begin for called Jackson actually before we get to where it began? Where are you now? Because you're doing a radio show. You're not just guest hosting for the great Larry elder when he's not there. That is correct. I'm currently living in Orlando, Florida, and I broadcast on a.m. 9 50 the answer Salem in Orlando here. So you're part of the Salem faculty as the great Sebastian gurkha calls it. Well, so, okay, so you're on the air in the Orlando area. But you've got an amazing story. I just got bits and pieces of it. So let's just start with tell us your story. How did it begin? Well, well, I gotta tell you, I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, born in the city of Compton, a race primarily in areas of linwood and Long Beach. My mother died when I was 11 years old. She was obviously the matriarch of the family. She was the glue that helped the family together. And after she passed, I was 11 years old. I remember the day vividly. I can remember virtually every detail, very tough day. And I had a father and I still do my father still live living in Los Angeles. And he was a disciplinarian. He was tough. I didn't have the greatest relationship with him at the time. I do have a much better relationship with my dad today. And I love him dearly, but he was a disciplinarian. And my mother obviously was the nurturer of the family and she did a great job of it. So when she died, I went from being an honor role student and gifted and talented. And unfortunately, I am not having that type on with my dad. I kind of drifted and get into some things that I shouldn't have gotten into fortunately. I was raised albeit in a cult initially thank God. It's no longer a cult worldwide Turkic God under Herbert W Armstrong. Had some biblical foundations. Some basis in the Bible, although that was a weird view, and again, thank God, they're no longer a cult. But so I ended up moving to Orlando, Florida when I was 15, 16, living with an aunt and uncle and I left Los Angeles because I wanted to make sure that I stayed out of the streets. And then unfortunately, living here, short period of time, I ended up getting into trouble with the law. Got arrested a couple of times. Now, before you go on Carl, that's fascinating that your mother dies you're very young. It's horrifying. And obviously, it's interesting too that, you know, when we talk about same sex marriage and stuff, I mean, the idea of having a mother and a father, they're very different. And they work usually together, ideally, right? Because just having a father just having a mother. But they work together. So that you clearly were not doing well with just your dad. But then you took it on your initiative to get out of that area and to go at whatever 15 or 16 to Orlando to get so it's not like your father sent you away. You said you want to do that? Yeah, I wanted to do that. And obviously it hurt my father at the time, but I thought it was the best thought it was the best thing. Obviously, I was very young and, you know, he was willing to allow it to happen to give it a shot and I stayed with an uncle of mine for approximately about a year or so. Before moving out on my own with some friends and did you I mean, what was going on where you were in California at that time that you said I need to get out of here? Quite frankly, I mean, growing up in being surrounded by gang members and everything like that. I just didn't want anything to do with that. We didn't have we didn't have a lot of money. I knew that we couldn't afford to live in the living areas that would that would be safe, quite frankly. And I just didn't like it. At one point in time, we came to Florida, a vacation in Florida and visited Mayan and uncle. And I thought that was pretty cool. I also had a friend in California that lived in Corona, California, riverside county. So sometimes I'd go up there to visit him. And I just have this I always wanted. I never wanted to be in the hood. You know, I survived in the hood, but I think anyone that's honest will tell you that listen, it isn't, it's not Paradise when you live in the hood. So I didn't want to be there and I felt like my only escape was to go to a safe place. A place that I knew and that was Orlando, Florida with a man and uncle that was okay, so you get to Orlando with good intentions, but you said you got in trouble anyway. So go ahead, keep going. Yeah, so I moved out late with my aunt and uncle for about a year. Then I moved out, moved in with some a friend of mine and eventually just started dating different girls and getting into that scene. I started hanging out with the wrong crowd. And eventually started getting in the trouble. You know, just it was stupid stuff too Eric. I mean, it was sometimes I would just go to I ended up getting it into a death ring to be quite honest with you..

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"carl" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Carl Jackson, filling in for the great elder ski, apparently a called it Carl Jackson show going out of the break. I'm I'm on the line with my guest. Michael knows of the Daily wire and author of the book Speechless, Controlling words controlling minds. Michael again. I appreciate you, Um, joining us on the Larry Elder show. One of the comments that you make in this book is the First Amendment does not require a value neutral. Public square. What do you What do you mean by that? Well in recent years, not only the left, but the right At least some people on the right have made the claim that a secular liberalism is totally neutral, that we cannot make any judgments about what's right or wrong or true or false or good or bad. That would be wrong. We wouldn't be imposing or religion Raul used on other people and that that's crazy. It's it's not true, and you can see the proof of it. Not being true because the left imposes there. Right. And the left imposes their worldview upon us. Don't I mean that all, of course. And it's by the way, it's not even it's not even their fault. I don't even mean that as a criticism of them. Whenever we engage in politics, we are telling people what they should do and what they shouldn't do and what is good and what is bad and what is right. What is wrong. That's what politics is. I know that it's fashionable sometimes to say that you can't legislate morality. But all laws legislate morality. Every law whether you're talking about Death penalty or whether you're talking about parking tickets has something to do with the moral argument has something to do with your view of politics, culture and ultimately religion, which is the basis. Of all human conflict. This Cardinal Manning tells us, so I think we need to recognize them. Right now We're playing a rigged game. I'll give you an example of the schools today in a public school in California or anywhere else. Can teach really radical books. I could teach critical race theory from Robin D'Angelo. I could teach Karl Marx. I could teach a double Hitler. Actually, I could teach mind Compton, a public school, There's only one book. If the Supreme Court has told me I can't teach in a public school. That book is the Bible. That is pretty strange to me, most important book ever written. The book without which you can't understand anything else about Western civilization. We're not allowed to teach that we now are adopting out of nowhere. This really began in the middle of the 20th century. A secular, liberal view of society. But that would be totally foreign to the founding fathers. I think we need to understand that that we actually can tell the difference between good and bad. There was a conservative writer a couple of years ago. Who actually called drag Queen story our one of the blessings of liberty. I'm not joking and his argument. I want to be as charitable as I can be. His argument was that if we tell perverts they can't work for kids at the library. Then the left might tell us we can't go to church on Sunday, and first of all, they're already already telling us. We can't go to church on Sunday, but second of all, even if they weren't If you're really telling me that you can't tell the difference between a pervert working for a toddler and a path for preaching the gospel than what you're telling me is we do not have any moral conscience. We do not have any faculties of reasons. That is a radical skepticism that that used to only exist on the left. Now it basically only exists on the right. I think we need to get our confidence back and be able to to state playing truth or else we're simply not going to have the capacity. To govern ourselves, Do you? Do you think Michael that this is the issue that Republicans seem to have On on the hill. I always feel as if are often feel I should say as if we're on we're on the defense when we have the better arguments. Typically, we have the value systems that that work. I mean, faith, family freedom. Uh and and it's It's just ironic to me that I don't seem to hear that many Republicans that are confident and courageous enough to speak up, Uh, about our you know our Constitution our Judeo Christian value system. Why it's important why it matters why traditional marriage matters. So on etcetera, the role of men women so I could go on and on and on. Does this explain the weakness that we see on the hill from Republicans? I think it absolutely does. I think you've hit the nail right on the head. And part of the reason for that is that during the Cold War, the conservative coalition which has libertarians, CEO Cons traditional conservative it was held together because we all had a common enemy in the Soviet Union. When that fell apart, we lost our coherence. We couldn't seem to agree. On anything other than occasionally cutting taxes. And so on the most important question, the ones that you raise. What is marriage? What is the relationship of the man to the state? What is an American who gets to decide who gets to come into this country? How should we vote a really basic questions. The left has answers and the right either does not have answers or does not have the courage to plainly state those answers. I mean, for goodness sakes, you see conservatives who who now Are going along with this idea that a man can become a woman. Or if they oppose that. Sometimes I'll use this phrase. They'll say, Well, he's biologically male as if there were any other type of male, uh, crazy like that. And so, what happens is We give in and we give a little and we can see that we concede and we can feed and then you look up and the country is completely unrecognizable. You know, there is a way out of this and it is that we wanted to recognize the virtues and we need to recognize that Courage is not only a virtue, but it's the prerequisite for all of the other virtues, and unfortunately, it's very short supply for for many decades now on the right Wow, that is, uh, that is good stuff. We only have about a minute and a half here. Let let me let me ask you this big tech censorship. I can't lie to you, Michael, I I complain about it. Um, should I shut my mouth was? What should we? What should we be doing here? I mean, it's it's pretty frustrating. I feel as though the left has the upper hand. I guess the solution is just to move to other platforms. But what's your? What's your take on that? No, I think you've got to speak up or else they're going to shut you up instead. And you're not going to have any say in it. The debate on the right has been Do we use the government to go after the big tech companies? Or do we say, you know, Build your own Google, which is absolutely ridiculous. Google frankly, as part of the government, anyway. And where it is private. It's engaging in by definition of political act. We live in a republic speech is the way we govern ourselves. We convince our fellow citizens we deliberate we persuade if three billionaire oligarch Solent by hits to Rasputin in Silicon Valley, are controlling 90% of the speech. They are, by definition controlling the politics and we have every right as free citizens. To take that back, because if we do not than that handful of oligarchs, that ruling class will render us speechless and we will not be able to govern ourselves. All right. Michael knows The book is called Speechless, Controlling words controlling minds. Michael knows it was a pleasure to have you on. I need to finish reading through it and have you back. I love it. I love it. All right. God bless you, man. Take care. All right. This is Carl Jackson and for Larry Elder will be back after the break and we'll take some of your calls from.

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"carl" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Carl DeMaio. Chairman Reform California This is the Gemayel report. The fight continues. We're talking to Larry Elder, the Republican candidate for governor. He is the front runner. You know, uh, that on the second question on the recall. There's no doubt in my mind. Larry Elder is going to win by a landslide on that second question. But what will determine whether Larry Elder will take office to be California's next governor is whether we win a majority on The first question by voting. Yes, on recall. So Larry Elder. What will you do on your first day in office to start turning California around? Well, to the extent that there are mandates for state workers to be tested once a week and also to wear a face mask at work. I'm going to repeal those right away. Everybody in California who wants to be vaccinated pretty much can be and has been And poor people can be vaccinated for free. I have been vaccinated. Contrary to what one of the Gavin Newsom ad said. I'm not anti vax. I've been vaccinated because of my age because of another underlying condition that I had. My doctor strongly advised me to be. Vaccinated. I think people in certain categories ought to be vaccinated. But I certainly don't believe government should be mandating that people be vaccinated and to the extent that there's legislation like that, and I understand that they have held it off, in my opinion, because they fear that will hurt Gavin Newsom. They're probably introduce it after the recall assuming Gavin Newsom prevailed, which I don't believe he will. I will Of course not sign that and I'll repeal any mandates regarding state workers on my first day, the other thing I intend to do. Carlos declared a statewide emergency on housing. One of the reasons we have a homeless problem is that we don't have any low cost housing to the extent that we can treat people who are mentally ill and who were addicted to substances. They have to go somewhere and given the power of the environmental extremists and laws like the California Environmental Quality Act, we are we have a undersupply of almost a million housing units. I'm going to be suspending sequel of that law or waving it or watering it down so that we can unleash the power of the private sector to build homes. The average place to go home in California just hit $800,000 150 percent more than the national average. The other thing I'm going to do early on in my administration is to declare a statewide emergency on water. We are running out of water in California. We're not saving enough during wet years. To get us to the dry years. There are all sorts of projects on the boards, including the sites, Uh, reservoir raising, raising the Shasta Dam and other projects about a half a dozen project that are sitting there that voters have approved that are just sitting there because of lawsuit. Because of the strength of the environmentalist. I'm going to be declaring a public emergency on water slackened unleashed those products projects so we can get farmer water farmers water. And make sure that everybody else has an adequate supply of water. So those are a couple of things I'm going to do. I also I'm going to be a strong proponent of school choice. The money should follow the child rather than the other way around kids in our government schools. 80% of them are black and Brown are getting a lousy education. Only about half of third graders can read at state levels of proficiency and the mass scores are even worse. 75% of black boys cannot read at state levels of efficiency. And again, the scores are even worse. Want to be able to set up. Education savings accounts is going to be a ballot initiative to do just that. So the 15 grand we're spending per student per year would go into that, and the parent could use that money for a charter school for a private school. For religious school or for even homeschooling. So those are some of the things I'm going to be working on. And of course, I'm going to be dealing with the homeless problem, and we should involve the church of which involve mosque in synagogue government has proven itself. Incapable of dealing with people. Dealing with the underlying conditions as to why they're in the streets. I also I'm going to be urging the repeal the proposition 47 that allows people to steal up to 950 bucks, not just a day, but at every single store without fear of going to jail. If one of the reasons we have homeless problem, so those are the things I'm going to be taking on early on in my administration curl Can you also add to the list, repealing or reversing Gavin Newsom's executive order from two months ago authorizing the release of 76,000 felons from prison. Oh, yes, And since the coronavirus 20,000 felons have been released early, many of them violent offenders and baseball stats, they're likely to re offend. Just the other day. Barbara Boxer was mugged in open had her cell phone taken. And a few months before that, a middle homeless person attack Gavin Newsom had Gavin Newsom that had his security detail around him. Who knows what would have happened? I'm also going to be urging the recall of these too soft on crime. Da's one is in San Francisco and one is in Los Angeles. They believe in cashless bail. I do not They are not prosecuting criminals to the fullest extent of the law. That's one of the reasons why crime has gone up and the very people that the left claim to care about black and brown people are dis apportioning hurt by this violent crime. You know, Obviously you are going to be going up against a Democrat supermajority in the Legislature. How are you going to be able to work with them, or are you basically going to be prepared to hunker down and just stop there? Bad agenda. Well, it's kind of kind of both. I talked with the former governor Pete Wilson about this very thing. And he said, you'd be surprised at how much more sensible legislation becomes. Once you tell the Democrats that they should empower Republicans when they're considering legislation. Otherwise, you're going to veto their bills. A bill that's been vetoed has not been overridden here in California, 1980 almost 40 years. It turns out when you veto with job killing Bill, for example. And you go to the public and explain why you vetoed it. The phones ring of the local lawmakers, and suddenly they no longer have the gumption to override the veto. I also, of course, have the power to declare a public emergency. I can declare an emergency session of the Legislature so they have to deal with a given issue. I'll have the line item veto, have the power to appoint members of these very powerful commission fight the coastal commission like the Public Utilities Commission, and I'll have the power of the bully pulpit. I'll be able to explain things in ways that California can understand. I don't think the average Californian realizes how bad things are. And when people often leave the State Co People complain that they quote bring their politics with them close with their left wing politics with them because they don't understand that there is a direct line between the outrageous left wing policies in Sacramento, and the fact that that housing is so high. They don't understand that there's a direct line between Sacramento and why the schools have become so bad. They just know the schools are bad, and I can't afford a home, so I'm leaving. So once I connect those dots, I think it's going to be a realignment on how people think about a lot of things here in California. Well, I know that, uh, one of the best ways that you could stop bad things from happening is to Came these out of control woke government bureaucracies, and that means we're gonna have to literally get in there quick. And so we're happy to help you if you need any help at reform California in Suggesting people who have experience in turning government agencies around because you're gonna have a whole lot of people burrowed in that are going to try to. I know traps for that. That's what the deep state nationwide. This is deep, deep state in California, and you know the stranglehold so called special interests have on lawmakers in California. I am no, I'm under no illusion about how difficult this is going to be. I've got a lot of smart people a lot of smart lawyers. I'm not going to be in court for a very long period of time, and I'm urging people to go to elect elder dot com elect elder dot com And throw.

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"carl" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"Hi i'm luke and welcome to the podcast. Are you good at something. I mean really. Good i bet you are. You might be a great soccer goalie or a champion speller or excellent at the piano. Everyone has something that they do. Well sometimes people do things so well they become famous for it. Carl lewis was one of those people. Carl lewis was born in birmingham alabama on july first nineteen sixty one. Both his mother and father were quite athletic is father. Bill played football and ran track. Evelyn his mother represented the united states in the panamerican games in nineteen fifty one. She was a hurdler by the time. That karl joined the family. His parents were coaching other track. Athletes carl was the third of four louis children. The family moved from alabama to william barrow new jersey. While carl was still little there. His parents established the willing borough track club. His older siblings showed track talent but his parents did not think carl was as good as they were. They wanted him to learn music. Carl wasn't interested in learning music. He wanted to be at the track with his brother and sister. He decided he would apply himself in practice. Diligently at the long jump the long jump is a track and field event where the athlete runs as hard as possible and leaps as far as possible. Interestingly around this time when carl was fifteen years old he grew a lot. He got two and a half inches taller in just one month. This put so much strain on his body that carl had to use crutches for a short time until his body adjusted. He kept practicing the long jump. He competed in highschool meats and one sometimes but more often his practice finally paid off. But at the time that carl graduated from high school he was a national record holder in the long jump. He jumped an incredible twenty six feet. Eight inches carl went on to attend the university of houston where he continued to excel in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He became just the second person ever to win the long jump and the one hundred meters sprint. The other person who had done it carl's track and field hero. Jesse owens while at the university of houston. Carl qualified to be part of the us olympic team. Sadly the us did not participate at the olympics that year to protest the ussr invading afghanistan. Carl left the university of houston to work at the santa monica track club in nineteen eighty two. He continued to get better and was now dominating four events the long jump the one hundred meters the two hundred meters and he was part of the four hundred meter relay team leading up to the nineteen eighty-four olympics. Carl continued to win medals and set world records. He confidently declared that he would win. Four events at the olympics. Some thought he was being boastful but he did just that he not only won four gold medals but he also set records in the process. Carl competed in three more olympics and earned a total of nine gold medals and too bad for the skinny kid who was told he wasn't good enough. In fact carl lewis was so athletic. He was drafted by the nfl. Dallas cowboys even though he never played school football and by the nba chicago bulls. He did not play for either team after the nineteen ninety two olympics. The winds weren't as easy for carl. He was getting older and younger. Men were able to beat him. He did however compete at the nineteen ninety six olympics in the long jump and earned his fourth straight gold medal. In that event he buried his gold medal with his father in nineteen ninety nine. He was named one of sports. Illustrated's athletes of the century. He was inducted into the national track and field hall of fame in two thousand one. Carl lewis showed that hard work and perseverance. Along with natural talent pays off..

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"carl" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Carl Jackson common name because there's Carl Jackson, Carl Jackson, Carl Jackson and myself, Mr Carl Jackson. I heard about Carl Jackson for years. You know that It was a great son. Clearly a Carl Jackson fan Carl Jackson. Call Jax, Carl Jackson, Carl Jackson, Carl Jack Carl Jackson. Carl Jackson was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Carl Jackson This journey began at the age of 11. He was introduced. The hard work, faith and family values, however, is a struggling team. He wandered down the path of least resistance, fighting himself, jailed twice and with a child he had to fight to raise by the grace of God. He attended an evangelical church and found that there was a better way. Carl Jackson, there's my hero. He discovered that despite America's flaws, God used our founding fathers to create our constitution. It's divine. An exceptional nature is undeniable. There's just no fake stuff about Carl Jackson, while the seed from South Central is saving California Dangerous out here, Let's roll. Carl. Okay, go dance. A free thinker from Florida is in. Carl Jackson is the reason that I was born. It's the Larry Elder Show with special guest Carl Jackson. If not who Carl Jackson is existence, who you All right. Welcome to the Larry Elder show. The number two called into the relief factor dot com studio is triple 89717243 Triple 89717243. We gotta jam packed Show for you today, Joe Biden's poll numbers are slipping. Obviously, Afghanistan is a big part.

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"carl" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Everywhere seasonal and no. It's the ancient remedy for the opposite of male enhancement to know that explains all the things i've been seeing under boxes and also joining us tonight. Two men who assure you they each want their own rhinoceros heath and what is for the table even here with i'ma three that's why dine alone it avoids any of that awkward confusion. That's what i'd tell you so lonely. Just missing he. thomas sees. It's ooh april year before we begin tonight. I'd like to take a moment to thank our patrons and if you'd like to learn how to join their ranks be sure to stick around until the end of the show and win that out of the way tell us know what person place thing concept phenomenon or event. Will we be talking about today today. We're gonna be talking about karl and tom. You're obviously trying to get on. Karl's good sites that you're not as next victim follow this trail wherever it goes all. Eli have lived my whole life just trying to feel stuff. So let's do it so tell us tom. Who was carl kelly. All right guys. I've been wanting to tell this story for a long time. But it's a timing just wasn't right until now because this is a story of a guy so unbelievably bad as we just like rush right into it without being properly prepared. We'd almost certainly tear something. I'm going to tell you a story today about a guy whose name you almost certainly didn't already know but whose work you may have seen. And his influences you have certainly felt and his occupation and craft is absolutely buggy whip outdated. This is a man who lived enough life for you me and everyone else you've ever met. This is a story of carl ache. Like i feel like you're avoiding. Alleged question on was just asked to name his favorite supreme court battle question. You see and then we'll start there. Five formed an ad hoc committee to decide spending more time with my family in lieu of recent about okay or on a farm in clarendon new york in eighteen sixty four. Carl was even at a very young age much more interested than most animals. Now you might be thinking. I don't know tom. I really like animals and yeah ok you probably do. Carl spent his time in the woods. Teaching himself to paint incredibly realistic renderings of them with absolutely no training still not impressed. Okay well he was poor and his family didn't have any proper paints so carl improvised and taught himself to paint without direction on how to paint and also using his own blood as meet his own. Hey carl just so many other read things. There's so many things that are. I feel like you shut down that brainstorm real quick heath. It is than watercolor ally is obviously blood. Porteous of chipmunks weren't just going to cut it forever we we all have to learn that last top one. It's a tough one. Carl was just really fascinated with nature and animals at the age of twelve discovered. What would end up being the first step toward his life's work. When his cousins pet canary died he saw that she was distraught and asked if he might be allowed to stuff the bird for her to quote. Fix it you see. Carl had seen the work of taxidermist. David bruce at a free exhibit in rochester not long before and he was mesmerized by the idea of the whole thing so we took his cousins canary skimmed. It stuffed it so couple of glass beads for ships and presented. This nightmarish craft project tour presumably. So that her fear and revulsion clip. Terrible i abby your cousin who paints his own blood took it upon himself to create sort of an hp lovecraft freeze oppose liver. And say thank you. So that we're not as i victims garlands or next. Six years learning could about taxidermy before moving to rochester to pursue his passion. It is at this point though. I feel like. I do need to pause and needs. Explain to you. What was meant by taxidermy in the late eighteen hundreds before carl egli came along. Taxidermy was at this point to put it very gently a crude affair. Yeah it's not the classy art attacks by comparison eline taxidermist would typically take the animal. They were working with it. would skin it. They would treat the skin. It mostly didn't rot entirely. Then they would stuff the skin with and here. I am not exaggerating at all. Just whatever crap they had lions for real so many page you a picture. Imagine for yourself a lion which has been shot killed and skin that skin now treated as just a formulas. It's not really lion-shaped in any way the taxidermist just start stuffing. The empty skin like cramming a pillow into a lion chan awkward. And would they stuff. This lion skin with will straw sometimes if they had it or cotton or actual bitch that they had just laying around. They weren't spending money on this season. Whatever was about so instead of at the end instead of a lion. You basically had a weird distorted overstuffed novelty sideshow lion-shaped thing that mostly didn't rock. Carl referred to this as the upholstery method of taxidermy. stuff garbage in their couches. I know we're laughing but this this method is still in use today. That's literally how ted cruz keeps shape. Ask it is a garbage. Someone's holding ted cruz under their skin. And things. Resisting are gentlemen. I can't just leave it there. And i know this is not a visual medium but i would be depriving you. If i didn't share with you a photo of taxidermy which was in a fucking museum in eighteen thirty eight this picture gentlemen take. Okay this was newseum plug in eighteen thirty. We're looking at a lion. Are we supposed to be a lion. It's just take a bite of an antelope or something like that and shape of the lion. Yeah it's great. It's not it's not great highs are the women who like this lines. Mom very clearly just walked in from the other room being like honey. Just make sure you don't eat the live antelope with irby's in the fridge. We started all my cut. It is to lion as like when you're nearsighted grandma but beenish ban. Sorry you said this was in a museum folks if this is museum quality. We just don't do this. This is like starting a space program when you just have catapulted time. I wanna pipe in here as a medieval recreation est. I think thing it looks fine until.

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"carl" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Citation Needed

"And when it turned out she'd been a horse the whole shell. I know it was a it was right there in the title the whole time so good look to the left. My left or comes my my left. I'm yours yeah monday monday guy okay guys. I'll bite this time. What why Yes no see so. Welcome to the hall of podcasting. Thought we hadn't settled on hall of podcasting. I didn't we didn't put a pin in the tidal conversation. Tom eagle using a heath. Tom and i were thinking about this. Week's episode. carl egli. Yeah he worked so hard to preserve what he cared about. You know and we got to thinking about podcasts. Okay but they're on. The internet. People can just narrow no not that part of podcasting. No like the lived hearts. Nobody gets to see this. Is this like buying a microphone that you'll never use yay use it. I might use it. My backups could fail backups. Backup field for this exhibit going over the just time even though you know the episode is done. Oh okay so that's an important one. I get that people down of course a core of the exhibit explaining to your parents. What a podcast is. Yeah that's a good one right. really captured. The disappointment in the dads is there.

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"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

First Rounders

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

"Welcome to nature biotechnologies. First rounders podcast. My name is brady hugged. I'm the host of this show since two thousand and thirteen the host. This show. isn't that crazy. We've been doing this That long the guest today. it's big guest. Well they're big guests but carl june. And why is he a big. Because he's a pioneer encarta cell therapy. He's also a co founder of team unity therapeutics and he runs june lab out of the university of pennsylvania We talked about how the vietnam war disrupted. His college plans sent him into the navy. We talked about How the death of his wife actually caused him to look more closely at translational research. This is the second straight guest that has talked about navigating the oceans by the stars. Just by chance craig. Mello talked about that too in episode before this carl talked about if you're doing work that outside the box as he said it's going to be hard to find funding and we talked about Saving emily whitehead's life what that meant to him and her obviously. That's that's in this podcast to. I don't know there's anything else you need to know. i'll have some housekeeping things at the end but for now here. It is your first rounders podcast with carl june. Listen up. oh you're in the office the items that are come in a couple of days two days week bread now. I.

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"carl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carl, you know, he talked about a lot of things that we often talk about. Or he often talks about the Fed chief. What stood out for you specifically. Good afternoon, Carol Loud. What Sit up for me was the consistency with prior messaging, which again? No news can be news in the context that we have seen more economic data. We've seen that GDP. We've seen a few more jobs reports. And so what? Even though he echoed a lot of themes that he expressed that the Jackson Hole conference last year and the insulated Fed meeting the fact that he still is standing resolute, even though we've seen this rising market yields and some concerns out there about inflation pressures mounting that Jay Powell is that not swerving in the least he is entirely focused on this huge Deficit of jobs that has to be filled before we can even consider whether the economy has normalized post covert. Okay, So Carl, what is his message to those people who are so concerned with rising inflation? Well, The message is that there is not rising inflation in the economy and this is something we emphasized that this morning in a note as well as that was corroborated with the latest consumer price, said data. We can see that consumer prices are decelerating. The trend is even more pronounced in the service sector, which is tied into the labor market to have greater deal in good thing. Good prices. For instance, there simply is not inflation and the economy and that should come as little surprise. When we think about it if macro economists because inflation is a lagging indicator of activity in activity has been pretty lousy over the course of the last step four quarters and so that tells you that we're not generating much inflation in the economy. And for that reason, I think a lot of these concerns about whether stimulus three point no. The latest Biden proposal is going to cost the economy to overheat. I don't think that's the case at all. It may shave some of the trough off of inflation this year, but this is not pushing us into some sort of wage price spiral by any stretch of the imagination, and I just felt that everybody know I feel like there's been a little bit of firming in the equity market. Doesn't peace now up about eight points douse up 124 points in the NASDAQ's better by about 14 15 points. If I look at the Treasury market, which can often be sensitive, obviously to what the Fed says, and certainly what Jay Powell says the 10 year note with yield of 1 13 5 Year note building 50.45 that two year notes with the yield of 20.11 you know, it's interesting, Karl. So you guys have been putting out there about not being worried about Inflation. Jay Powell once again being very firm, very consistent in his message about you know, no concern at this point when it comes to inflation. Does the Treasury market support that in your view, the trade that we're seeing there? Well, certainly yield. They're extremely low. So in that context, yes, absolutely. The Treasury market is signaling low inflation and environment. However, we have seen this steady climb and Treasury yields over the course of the last step three months or so. So does tell you that they're starting to price in better prospects for growth and what better prospects for growth comes a little bit more inflation, but by no means a lot of inflation. Just to rewind back to where we ended the discussion last Friday. Carol, Basically the U. S labor market is in deficit about 11 million jobs, which means it will take a very considerable period of time or else some dramatic off the charts. Payroll gains this year to re absorb that labor slack. And as long as that flack is out there, then there's not gonna be a lot of pricing power for workers, and if workers don't have pricing power, then they can't tolerate higher consumer prices suddenly see pockets here and there of demand their supply disruptions that lead to higher prices for certain goods. But the overall inflation picture is really limited by workers incomes until we re absorbed that flag that we've got, you know. Ah, lot of disinflationary. It's not outright deflationary pressures in the economy, right and safe to say right now there's a fair amount of labor slack. Unfortunately, in the economy, all right, Carl, we're gonna leave it on that note. Listen, thank you so much. I really appreciate getting your thoughts There are chief U. S economist with Bloomberg Intelligence. Or call Rick Adana. Would you want to get back to your top business Stories? Also check on that trading day. Let's turn things over to Charlie Pelant. I feel like there's a little bit of firming the operation right about that final are.

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