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"carson senate" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

09:53 min | 9 months ago

"carson senate" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Joining me now is a first-class father. He is a quarterback who played in his college football over at the University of Southern California where his number three was retired and he took home the heisman trophy he went on to be the number one pick of the two thousand three NFL draft and had what was just an incredible career in which he threw for over. Forty six thousand yards and almost three hundred touchdowns it is so cool for me to say Carson Palmer. Welcome to First-class Fatherhood. Thank you glad to be here. All right let's start here. How many kids do you have? And how old are they. I've got four. I've got Twins that are ten. I've got a AH eight year old little girl and a three year old little boy. Wow okay that's awesome. What type of sports activities into Just just about every activity I mean right. Now we're We're getting ready for ski season. My daughter is on the ski racing team As well as my son the twins are GonNa do ski racing. I've got a daughter that I just got back from a big ice skating. Competition in McCall Idaho that She did really well at and then I got a little three year old and my little boy is I think he might be. The athlete is a family 'cause he's into just about every single sport that you could possibly put in front of him right now okay very cool I carson. You could just take a minute here. Please they hit my listeners with a little bit about your background or what you do well I retired from the NFL. Well Two seasons ago. So this is my second second year in retirement from playing football I played for playing the NFL. For fifteen years. I played For the Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals. For nine years I played for the Oakland Raiders for a year and a half and then finished my my career with five years playing for the Arizona cardinals and the desert absurd. Yeah obviously you've had a tremendous career heisman trophy winner and all that in college Had experienced. How old were you when you first became a father? Carson Senate had becoming a dad kind of change your perspective on my yes so my wife and I got married married now for She's seventeen going on seventeen years. Here's and we we always knew we wanted to be parents. And and had kind of planned on on the parents and obviously we were blessed with four beautiful children But we wanted to spend our first the first phase of our merits without kids. And so we KINDA had a five year plan after after we got married you wanted to spend the first five years really focused on each other and our relationship with each other without the distraction that that kids can be a great distraction but You know our our first five years. We traveled You know we we work on our marriage and kind of I guess it was research trying to figure figure out what kind of parents who wanted to be in and just being around kids and being around other parents and picked up a lot From from my older brother and my older sister who have older children older than we do and just friends and and friends of friends that we ended up hanging out with and being around Really kind of picked up and learned a lot in those first I five years and I think one of the best things we could have done for our own relationship and our marriage but more just kinda see What kind of parents? Who wanted to be what kind of kids we wanted to race? Yeah that's right cool Carson and what were some of the challenges eventually becoming a dad while playing in the NFL off well from from the jump having twins proposes a really really challenge But the great thing about having the twins I is you. Have you have one kid after that And it just seems like a breeze. It just seems easy but I think for you know the first I challenge was was you know being there for your wife You know especially in the first two years of of Having twins and just everything that comes with it and and the challenges that come with having two babies at once but also focused on on football and focusing on all the things I had to do obviously during the season but but more importantly during the offseason training or rehabbing from injuries or All the different things that come up Really just just you know trying to be there from my wife and be supportive and and as as every Every parent of young child knows those first couple of years crazy and it's really trying and testing on a relationship A lot of sleepless nights You know just the frustration that had a baby skin Kim bring And being supportive and being there for my wife and obviously being there for the kids to So I think those first couple of years being thrown in the fire like that with twins and and you know the the the blur that those first couple of years of having twins can be You know it was a huge challenge and something. That's really shaped myself and my wife and and It it really gave me a great appreciation for her and seeing her deal with you know the feedings to him and then you get sick thing and all those things that come come with that I really I really I thought I love my wife as much as I possibly could. But after seeing her go through that and going through that with her A love for each other just grew from that. Yeah very well said I have four children myself like you. We went from Almost challenging was going from two to three just because our older ones wants weren't able capable yet of taking care of themselves at certain capacity so it really made that first year of having three Very challenging for us. But I mean you went from A two in one shot to adding a third so it's a different dynamic and What what was the transition like Carson then from finally you know playing in Cincinnati for such a long time and then moving with the family to Oakland win and eventually Arizona? How was that on the family? It was great you know. It's obviously difficult time. When when you traded it happens really fast and you gotta you know? PACK ACA move out and find school for kids and and you know get get accustomed to a new city and all that comes with that But it was it was It was really cool. You know it was cool to see different parts of the country and as a NFL player to be a part of different fan bases and play for different organizations and My my oldest. My twins are now in fifth grade and they've been to six schools you know and and you know. It's such a short time from from pre K. and kindergarten from Oakland in Ohio Northern California Southern California. And just we've bounced around so much It was hard and it was a challenge. And they're all those times. We you know the kids a crime. We don't want to move again. We don't want to leave our friends. We don't we don't want to do this But I really think it was a great thing for them to to experience having to say goodbye to friends you know meet new friends. New Teachers You know it it. It was really a blessing. I when I look back and think about you know the challenges of being a young kid and I did it myself as a youngster is is having a move a lot at a young age and new schools new friends new teachers. All those things So I I really think it was a blessing because it forced them to come out of their comfort zone and force them to kind of come out of their shell and have to make new friends and go through times without you know kids to eat with lunch or play with recess and and you know putting themselves out there and I really I think it was a great thing for them. Because it's made my kids for the most part really outgoing children and I don't know that they would have been as as outgoing as they are that we stayed in the same school rule for for five or six years. Yeah that's an awesome philosophy on that Carson. And how about as far as I know I see on instagram. Post a lot of the stuff with the kids outdoors fishing. I mean I'm more of uh-huh City Guy Myself and I'm definitely trying to get into more active with my kids and then outdoor activities. We always into the outdoors like the fishing stuff like that or did that come later in your life and career area. You know I didn't grow up doing a ton of hunting and fishing. It wasn't until I moved to Ohio. And and was really immersed in one of the best places to hunt fish on the planet in my opinion And I fell in love with it and and absolutely love being on the river in the woods or in a tree stand And I love it. Even more of my son is has been on. I don't know ten hunting trips with me. My my daughter's been four or five. All of my kids fish even my three year old. We we all fly fish together. And that's what I'm talking about. You WanNa talk about you know helping yourself and trying to trying to work on your patients taking taking a five year old. The eight year old fly fishing will test your patience. That's been awesome But it's just you know. I think there's something special about you. Know going into the woods leads with with my son at six in the morning. And you know going through the process and and working on your patients and you're sitting still and and all the things that come up and then harvesting listening deer and and You know and taking that deer back to camping and and eating it that night and packaging up making sausage and making hamburger patties and You know going out and hunting and eating what you kill has been a really cool lesson and and now my three year old. Is You know he's been on trips. And and and and you know stayed back at the hunting camp. We went in the woods. But you know I. I just think it's a really cool thing to to share with your kids and it's been awesome and my my son. That's all he talks about. He just wants to be in the backyard shooting his bow and he's not doing sports and talks about hunting. We talk about her upcoming upcoming trips. And all the things we're GonNa do and the things we might see and Just is being outside in nature with your kids or something that has been really really special for me to share with them. Yeah I think the most appealing thing about that is the fact that there's no technology involved enough becomes such a battle with so many parents myself included with competing with the technology. That's that's a an issue in your house. How do you kinda monitor a handle the technology and stuff like that where your kids?.

"carson senate" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"carson senate" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Sir. Just less. Deprogrammed quiet. Also. What I'm interested in is. Congress or seeing it or how did Obama get out at night to send to the Iranians. And if it's sad ABC, I don't Trump. Go ahead and get that money and build the wall or you have to ignore the constitution, you have to ignore the the finer principles and processes of DC. You know, I'm sorry. But Obama did a lot of things that most you, and I would be under the jail for L. I know stay on that because he was concerned he was an atheist. You know, I don't know what is theology. But I know he didn't like the constitution. He didn't like the way the country was founded he didn't like the way it was developed and he wanted to fundamentally change it. So every chance he could he tried to do just that. Get locked the people in the south at locked their bible in her gun. So I know that tells me. The guy was the guy in my mind. Like, I don't know if he's taken winds through the cold food with the hungry shelter for the homeless. I don't know about that. But I know he was the poser in chief. He didn't know what he was doing other than he didn't like the way this country came together, he was trying to tear it apart. Well, he he done his share of that certainly site that for and a he was a Hammond. Those so-called. Democrats as suggestion aimed cows. They done a good job of doing what they could. While he was an office. And they're still tried it. And I I've encouraged the Carson Senate able everything that the Democrats try to pace. Vote again it and treat down dislike they treat it to Republicans. And and give them a taste of their own medicine. The question is though, I don't mean to cut you off. But the the question is more of an have the democrat slash socialist done a decent job in the last two years of keeping from the American people what Trump's been able to accomplish through the media and have they been able to indoctrinate enough young people enough other people whether they're in this country legally or not have they have they built up another base when nobody was watching. Well, the very snap. I'm saying what I'm saying is because I picked up so many houses in in the house of representatives. So they've convinced somebody that that there. Is the right way to go. Well, there's a Marvin their their agenda is going back to what it was before Trump. It's nothing new. It's not new. It's not improved. It's not bigger better gets out stains Beckett. None of that. It's politics the way it was before Trump that there's the question. The question is do you want politics to go back to the way it was before the two thousand sixteen election? If you do you don't want Trump, if you don't want that which enough people said, I'm sick of politics as usual, I want somebody else. Even if he's not a politician, then you have to support Trump who among us wants to go back to the way. What? Now, you those of you that are absolutely have a visceral reaction to the name Donald Trump. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. Best advice. I can give you sometimes doing the right thing is difficult to do. I don't know about when he was a billionaire playboy or how many people he slept with her. If he liked stripper. I don't know about that. But I do know the economy's humming peop-, the unemployment numbers have never been this ever been this low. We're no longer the doormat for foreign powers. I mean, that's that's what Obama did. He just went out handing out the door. Matter you, go anytime you need us. So what is it? I mean at the end of the day when the dust settles do you want to go back to being run by politicians in DC the way we were being run before Trump. I mean, if you do please, please tell me how you how you get to that. Because I don't understand it. One eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six nine zero seven thirty three. Thirty nine Rick Roberts in for Gary McNamara and Eric Harley pleasure to be with you on this Christmas night on Red Eye Radio..

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"carson senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"carson senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Was him and those so-called Democrats as suggestion AIn cows. They've done a good job of doing what they could. While he was an office. And they're still try it. And I I've encouraged the Carson Senate able everything that the Democrats try to pace. Vote again it and pre down dislike they treat it the Republicans and and give them a taste of their own medicine. The question is though, I don't mean to cut you off. But the the question is Marvin. Have the democrat slash socialist done a decent job in the last two years of keeping from the American people what Trump's been able to accomplish through the media and have they been able to indoctrinate enough young people enough other people whether they're in this country legally or not have they have they built up another base when nobody was watching well the areas now I'm saying what I'm saying is because I picked up so many houses in in the house of representatives. So they've convinced somebody that that there gender is the right way to go. Well there. Marvin their agenda is going back to what it was before Trump. It's nothing new. It's not new. It's not improved. It's not bigger better gets out stains. None of that. It's politics the way it was before Trump. There's the question. The question is do you want politics to go back to the way it was before the two thousand sixteen election? If you do you don't want Trump, if you don't want that which enough people said, I'm sick of politics as usual, I want somebody else. Even if he's not a politician, then you have to support Trump who among us wants to go back to the way. Now, you those of you that absolutely have a visceral reaction to the name Donald Trump. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. Best advice. I can give you sometimes doing the right thing is difficult to do. I don't know about when he was a billionaire playboy or how many people he slept with her. If he likes stripper. I don't know about that. But I do know the economy's humming peop-, the unemployment numbers have never been this low ever been this low. We're no longer the doormat for foreign powers. I mean, that's that's what Obama did. He just went out handing out the door. Matter you, go anytime you need us. So what is it? I mean at the end of the day when the dust settles do you want to go back to being run by politicians in DC the way we were being run before Trump. I mean, if you do please, please tell me how how you get to that. Because I don't understand it. One eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six nine zero seven thirty three. Thirty nine Rick Roberts in for Gary McNamara and Eric Harley pleasure to be with you on this Christmas night on Red Eye Radio..

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"carson senate" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"carson senate" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"carson senate" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"carson senate" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Training on something you know technical and these kids knew at all i mean you know they were not beginners they have been brought up on tablets and and you know other technical things so they knew all of this stuff and they came in thinking they were gonna learn something new and of course they didn't the other part of the audience was more adult you know older and they were thinking this was the greatest things pizza so you know it's wasn't his fault he was told one thing and then the planner or the person who hired him never told him about the other audience but this happens i mean and you have to be able to be aware of it people are texting while you are speaking this is very discourteous this is not good but it happens all day long and you need to be aware of it so these are all things that you know they were just not around when i started out but you have to do that and it isn't just because you're good you're going to get booked it isn't just because people know you you're gonna get booked you have to have a subject that is different from everybody else it's doing what you do you have to have the right subject for the right audience you have to be i would say today when you are starting out you're probably one of fifty or a hundred people they're considering and you know i know some of you think well i get a speakers bureau or i can get an agent no you can't until your speaker bureau gets three quest for you a half a dozen times do you know gail carson have you heard her speak i really want carson that's when gail carson senate be represented by speakers bureau and not before so you're going to have to do this all on your own or you can hire a virtual assistant al q but of course that's an expense but you're going to have to to take that expense in the beginning.

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"carson senate" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"carson senate" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Or in the mining arizona's news these are news ninety three s was dealing with the dem's yesterday what is the dealing he was trying to make a deal with pelosi with a schumer to top democrats but he also had a meeting earlier in the day with other democrats from the the house yeah and one of those members of the house joins us now congresswoman for arizona carson senate a joins us how are you representative nice to have you on the show again i'm doing great guys how're you we were a little shocked you didn't tell us that you were going to meet with the president yesterday so we were a little shocked way to find out on twitter did you want a text fire anytime she meets with president i'd like to know it'd be good but you're going to have your cell phone i don't i don't even i didn't even have your number yeah no politician war ever call us on our own cell phones because they don't like them i mean let's be honest he'll be investigated eye did you did you have the chinese dinner with the president or did you meet with him beforehand we we at an afternoon meeting nine democrat and five republican and and we were offered water in glass that have the hair he'll accredited americana yeah face on it correct so what did you guys talk about it ever four thing on the agenda on tax reform infrastructure health care and daca which basically daca is ending which really discussion about the tremont can you which is proposed legislation to create a path to citizenship for young people who live in it country will but were brought here illegally as as young and cut those are the four things we talked about the meeting and i gotta say guy i was pleasantly surprised at the bipartisan nature at the meeting really were there were the republicans there as well with you or just democrats five republicans there were five republican and were and republican if that cover the entire spectrum somewhere quite conservative and somewhere more moderate so are you support so so so are you surprised that trump is meeting with you guys on the democratic side well they do but i like it because i mean this is not rocket science if you wanna parents big ticket item where character form immigration reform healthcare you you actually have to do it in a bipartisan way because the.

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"carson senate" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"carson senate" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A long time and for former president bush out is back on the last wednesday this presently i have doesn't talk show host urge is to go easy on the new guy i'm just amazed at these the staffers and the said this sort of i guess they consider him something opposition bench but it i felt reported and not helpful let me turned the white house you're a veteran of the white house staff an olympian usd ours watch carson senate i think it would be a disaster the all rights kind after right to play this right now i think he's doing a terrific job i think it would be a disaster if the president lost confidence in him what do you think run portland yeah and and look i've i was so that i was involved in the first bush white house says the director look to say the third and and the so some of those interaction and in the white house it's an intense played which they should turn you've been there you were in a council's office so exciting you're in the reagan years i was and a push years i think right offers two things one is so some stability and continuity right now let's face it we knew that we got to get on to the fourth way all the issues i get your book at my best and thank you and we've got we got a lot of work to do so let's let's not get distracted by these issues that don't relate to moving ahead with the country's agenda including him because i don't murray rebuild in the military it restoring are are are on the world so i think that continuity is important second right and understand knows that you know better than other people who are in cedar position to the white house it's very important because we can get things done here with a republican maturity and absence on you talk about just in your book and and potential for squandering that opportunity is frankly i think we did before so we we need somebody you actually understand how the hill work but where the whatever star and he gets.

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"carson senate" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"carson senate" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Us to yars watch carson senate i think it would be a disaster the all rights kind after right to play this right now i think he's doing a terrific job i make it would be a disaster if the president a lot of confidence in him what do you think rob portland you know and and look i've i was so that i was involved in the first bush white house says the dirk religiously refers and and the so some of those interaction and in the white house who can intense quite which they should turn you've been there you were in a council's office so assign you're in the reagan years i was and a push years i think right offers two things going there's some some stability and continuity right now let's face it we knew that we got to get on two for playoff be issues are veteran focus marvez stein and thank you and we've got we got a lot of work to do so let's let's not get distracted by the to houston don't relate to moving ahead with the country's agenda including and because i don't murray rebuild in the military and and recurring are are are on the world so i think that continuity is important second right and understands that he knows that you know better than other people who are in cedar position to the white house it's very important because we can get things done here with a republican maturity now so you talk about this in your book and and potential push wondering that opportunity is frankly i think we did before so we need somebody who actually understand on how they don't work but where the leverage star and he gets things done had he admitted brought the baseline to convert his before just report president come addressed the league's at a press conference on wednesday michael flynn in general flynn is a wonderful man i think he's been traded very very unfairly by the media as i call that to shake media him medications and i think it's really a said thing that he was treated so badly i think in addition to that from intelligence it was a being league things are being only criminal action criminal act and it's been going on for a long time you for me but now it's really going on and people are trying to cover up for a terrible loss.

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"carson senate" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"carson senate" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"At the last time we had a transition it was residents were so the bush and his team and get into any of this i'm in is there may have been and that what you know over the next year or so where you had people speaking up but you know steve had the you know county right you know the people who work alter their kind of character colon kyle george w bush i'm so and to sit on the criticizing successor just as his father criticized hasn't gotten and i think that's the better roll if you're patriot them president to anyway i vice president jamie waited a long time eventually became the leading critic but he waited a long time and for former president breshad is back on the last wednesday this presently half doesn't talk show host or just to go easy on the new guy i'm just amazed at these the staffers and missed a this sort of i guess they consider themselves the opposition bench but it shuts off reported and not helpful let me turn to the white house you're a veteran of the white house staff an olympian us to yards watch carson senate i think it would be a disaster the all rights kind after right to play this right now i think he's doing a terrific job i think it would be a disaster if the president lost confidence in him what do you think rob portland and and look i've i was and i was involved in the first push white house as the director let's say we're purge and and the so some of those interaction him in the white out to an intense played who plays that good you've been there you were in the couple talk to so assign you're in the reagan years i was in the push ears i think right shoppers two things wanted some some stability and continuity right now let's face it we knew that we got to get on to the court way all the issues of get your look at my bedside and thank you and we've got we got a lot of work to do so let's let's not get distracted by these issues that don't relate to them moving ahead with the country's agenda including and because rebuilding the military it and we're strong arm are on the world so i think that continuity.

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"carson senate" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"carson senate" Discussed on WGTK

"President bush out is back on the last wednesday this presently i have to him talk show has to urge to go easy on the new guy i'm just amazed at these the staffers and there's said this sort of i guess they can to do something opposition bench but it goff reported and not helpful let me turned the white house you're a veteran of the white house staff uno empty in us to yars watch carson senate i think it would be a disaster the all rights kind after right the previous right now i think he's doing a terrific job i think it would be a disaster if the president lost confidence in him what do you think we're important yeah and and look i've i was and it i was involved in the first bush white house as the director look to say the third and and the so some of those interactions him in the white house it's an intense played which they should turn you've been there you were in a council's office or science you're in the reagan years i was and a push years i think brian shaw first two things one is so stability and continuity right now let's face it we knew that we got to get on two before play all the issues i've got your focus my best either and thank you and we've got we got a lot of work to do so let's let's not get distracted by these issues with don't relate to moving ahead with the country's agenda including in chicago monday rebuild in the military and and restoring are are are on the world so i think that continuity is important second right and understand knows that you know better than other people who are in cedar positions in the white house it's very important because we can get things done here with a republican maturity and absence and you talk about just in your book and and the potential for squandering that opportunity is frankly i think we did before so we we need come buddy you actually understand how they don't work where the leverage star and he gets things done had he admitted brought baseline it convert fifty four just report president come dressed but weeks at a press conference on wednesday michael flynn general flynn is a wonderful man i think he's been traded very very unfairly by the media as i call.

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