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Lewis has 4 RBIs in season debut, Jeffers homers in 10th to give Twins 7-5 win over Astros
"Ryan Jeffers tenth inning two run Homer sent the twins to a 7 to 5 win over the Astros. The Homer was Jeffers third hit of the game and it left the bat at a 117.4 miles an hour. I felt really good. I wasn't sure if I had a high enough to get it out. But I did. Royce Lewis finished two for 5 with a Homer and four RBI in his season debut for the twins, exactly one year after suffering a torn ACL. Alex Kerala often Willie Castro added a pair of hits. Jose Altuve hit a Grand Slam for Houston. Adam Spillane Houston.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Fresh update on "castro" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Show. Welcome. We're very glad to hear that Donald Trump is going to be indicted in Miami or he's technically already indicted. It doesn't matter. Tuesday, he says to show up summoned to show up in all of a sudden it's Florida. Now we're talking about a total venue change. As the great one, Mark Levin said, it's because that moron in Washington, DC, Jack Smith realized that the venue in DC at venue issues, cause it has to take place in as to, you have to try in the place where the crime was allegedly committed, right? So the document stuff happened down in Mar -a -Lago. This is very important though. This is important because it's not going to be as easy to get Donald Trump easily convicted with some jurors. I guarantee you right now, you're going to have some MAGA Cuban mom. My Miami went for DeSantis this last. Yeah. And Donald Trump almost won Miami Dade County in 2020. You're going to get somebody on the jury. Yeah, that's some Cuban on the jury who's like grandfather was murdered by Castro and like refused to go along with this. I'm not kidding. That's a much better jury pool than New York or DC. But what's interesting about this is that Jack Smith is taking a strategic risk. And from what the reporting would suggest, it's based on timing, right? He's concerned that if he tried this in DC where he knows he's going to have a favorable jury, I mean, it's like 95, five in DC, right? DC and New York is where justice goes to die. We all know that. But if he were to move forward in DC, what would happen is this case would get dragged out at least another year as the lawyers argue about, was this done in the right venue? So Jack Smith is taking a strategic time -based approach in order to take him off the chessboard before 2024. Jack Smith is making decisions as if he's running a Democrat super PAC, not a special counsel's office of the Department of Justice. This is a $1 billion, Donald Trump has to go through a $1 billion barricade in the Republican primary. This is a $1 billion equivalent in -kind donation from the Department of Justice, from the Biden campaign. This benefits the Biden campaign. Donald Trump's now going to have to be showing up for summons in Florida, in Miami. We've never seen anything like it, but I want to go to my tweet yesterday. So in real time, I said this and it's been totally viral. Pete repeated Hegseth it on air and Seb Gorka did, and I stand by it 100%. So people say, what's the action item? What's the action item? You want to have power? You need an opposition party in the country. You need to show that the country has some, half the country that's upset about this and like you, that is fired up and angry, has some sort of representation. So here's what needs to happen. It's not going to happen because we're run, you've got a lot of Vichy French Republicans, we can eat vanilla types that like to tweet and put out press releases. They don't want to actually do the thing. Every single Republican running for the presidency should go to Miami and suspend their campaign in a show of solidarity and support, not support of Trump. It's not about Trump. Oh, I don't like his tweets, his ego. He fired me. Suck it up. This is about the Republic. You should be there in Miami when he gets arraigned, when he gets booked, you should do some sort of an event. So you imagine the photo op, you, I mean, Chris Christie would take up half the photo and then you got Doug Burgum with those crazy eyes and then you got Nikki Haley, but it's still, it would be an unbelievable picture where you have all these people running and you say, okay, now we have an opposition party and you better believe that if we had a department of justice, special counsel, that was indicting a Democrat for the presidency, every major Democrat would be there in harmony. The media would be there. Chuck E Schumer would be there. Nancy Pelosi would be there. We call on Kevin McCarthy. We call on every major Republican. We call on Marjorie Taylor green, Jim Jordan, the turtle, all of them should go down. It's not going to happen because deep down, some of them, not all of them, they have deep contempt for Donald Trump. They're cheering this on. The only way this stops. And again, this is not going to the only thing, this is just a small thing to do is you have to show a visual, immediate, decisive and public visual and show a support that every instrument of power, we're not going to put up with this. We need every governor, every attorney general. We should have every Republican billionaire. It should just be this mass chorus of we're not putting up with this..
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Keller Ks 10, tying career high; Pirates top Dodgers 6-2
"The pirates have continued their stunning start by winning for the 9th time in ten games, 6 two over the Dodgers. Mitch Keller tied a career high with ten strikeouts while allowing two runs and 5 hits over 6 innings. He blanked LA after David Peralta's two run single in the first, but Pittsburgh took the lead for good on Jack zelensky's two run signal in the bottom half. Connor Joe and rodolfo Castro hit back to back homers off Julio urias who allowed 6 runs over 5 and two thirds. The bucks are 18 and 8. The Dodgers 13 and 13. I'm Dave ferry.
The Dan Bongino Show
Fresh update on "castro" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"List of world leaders tyrants fascists thugs dictators monarchs let's go to list a of people who've been in office or lorded over the down that's good to see you again you see times over folks no more cutesy time that today now castro stalin she's off the top of my head pole pot media mean Hitler Mussolini should Putin paying and Joe Biden that's yeah that's so weird he's in great company that joe biden's just a great company isn't he's a great company now stalin amin Castro Mussolini Hitler Putin G poll pot joe biden are you disputed liberals you wetting yourselves you need to clean your diapies you can shut your pie hole I have no time for you liberal tyrant communist thugs today none none I understand want you me in jail I understand you probably like me dead I understand that I know who you are me and Jesse Kelly who wrote the book about the anti -communist manifesto was on yesterday are crystal clear that we're fighting savages we get that whereas because of the limitations of my faith and my belief in the Constitution there's an emergency break on what I can and would do to you thankfully so I understand you suck from the blood of government like vampires there is limitation on your depravity believe me I understand that the Liberals yesterday celebrated the celebrated introduction of the police state the end of the the end of the biggest was the beginning started about 50 years ago this is now the full end of the beginning now we're moving into middle tyranny here the tyranny in the police state are here the Liberals celebrating this yesterday on Twitter I have no doubt you love this openly celebrating we got this guy fun you got him on what on the same thing your guy in the White House did except for the fact he has no legal out but Donald Trump does I get it your thugs I get it your five and six -foot tall piles of human waste I understand who you are and that bothers you because you used to the the ditzy Mitt Romney John McCain crowd say it all let's just be nice to them they'll understand two savages the people coming after us are police state pirates nothing nothing more more now now again because we believe in big our god -given rights that a constitution only protects but doesn't give puts it an emergency brake on our behavior it folks what happened yesterday with the indictment of Donald Trump you are in the midst of the biggest political scandal in American history a sitting while vice president is credibly alleged to have taken 10 million of still the ten million dollars of bribes to influence us policy decisions in a foreign country where there's now a full -blown war going on squirreled away classified documents related to that country Ukraine will go into that again later to and in order to hide his crimes his Department of Justice arrested the political opponent exposing the whole thing that's it that's now what happened this is all being done to hide Obama to hide Obama's corruption remember if Biden took a bribe while vice president for policy decisions doesn't it strike you as odd he couldn't make those policy decisions he was only the vice president had Obama to have known but let me bring up a couple things now that we're talking about classified turn your radio up. Why don't you spread this story around local people in the media maybe they'll ask a few questions about this because let me tell you something a lot of people know what I'm about to tell you this one I've spoken about before but I'll bring it up again so Hillary Clinton who's celebrating today this disgusting piece he said garbage the sale of celebrating the fact that she trafficked and compromised their national security over a private email server while Secretary of State this piece of human garbage Hillary Clinton who thinks it's funny but her emails hat she's selling but our national security risk I work with Hillary Clinton she's one of the meanest most awful human beings you ever meet there's a guy a friend of mine this is just a I mean I'll tell you something more serious in there but this is how disgusting just this woman is everybody hates her by the way don't let anybody tell you otherwise and oh no no we don't know everybody hates her even her friends quietly hate her guts they're scared of her that's different nobody likes Hillary Clinton she is an evil awful human being she knows her husband's flights with Epstein she knows all about it Hillary Clinton is garbage she is the very definition of a garbage person I got a like friend she always has to Hillary Clinton is so nasty that even little things she has to be mean there's a friend of mine who's working on her detail I'll give you a little thing and a big thing it's Christmas Eve she went to like some midnight mass or something like that or a late -night mass on Christmas Eve and my friends a friend's a really nice guy he lets her out of the Scooby -Doo van and she gets out probably has stumbled who the hell knows what she was doing inside the van and the guy looks at her just trying to be nice even though they all hate her guts and he's like uh Merry Christmas uh and she looks down and watch no nope nope no it's not Christmas it's not Christmas Eve just shut up and say thank you you this is how she is ah that's just a little thing no no this is she that's who she is she is an awful now evil person that's a small thing let me tell you another Hillary Clinton you want to argue about classified documents fine you think it was morally wrong for Trump to take that's a fair enough argument fair enough if you believe that but I'm asking you again oh it's what about is it you're damn right it's what about ism it's what about principles you're telling me your principle is it's morally
Mark Levin Responds to Ross Douthat's 'The Tucker Realignment' Column
"There is a columnist out there called Ross Dutt Isn't that his name mister producer To talk to thought whatever Used to write it national review I think he used to work at her Did you really matter But he's hit the big times now He's at the New York Times the Holocaust denying Stalin supporting Castro promoting New York Times for some reason people think that's cool And he writes this piece about our friend Tucker Carlson But he can't resist taking a shot at yours truly You know it's amazing People who write about me they've never talked to me they've never met me clearly they don't listen to the show on a regular basis And so they promote their own viewpoint They project So what he says is in my case the reason I support Trump is because the audience did How many times have I talked to you about issues where you disagreed with me Many if not most of you disagree with me on Ukraine Do I switch my position on Ukraine No We agree to disagree and I give you my reasons and it's not the only issue we talk about and we have a general understanding and share these crucially important principles about saving the nation It's okay everybody in the family all the friends they don't all agree with me either It's okay Many of them do some don't So what I tell people why I think what I think
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McCutchen homers in 10th to help Pirates beat Cardinals 6-3
"Andrew McCutchen's two run home run in the tenth inning off of Jordan hits, put the pirates on top 5 three, and they go on to beat the Cardinals 6 to three at Busch stadium, mccutcheon was asked how much it matters to win road games against division opponents. The Cardinals, this is no pushover. And they're a good team, so for us to be able to come in and do what we've done thus far. It's been great. Rodolfo Castro delivered three hits and two RBIs for the pirates key Brian Hayes led off the game with a home run. Alec burleson Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Gorman drove in the cards runs. Mike Reeves, St. Louis
Mark Levin: The Democrat Party Is the Party of Lawlessness
"And I'm telling the Patriots in my audience spend I want them to listen very very carefully This is the usual politics This is what Stalin would do and Mao would do and Lenin would do and Castro would do The Democrat party has become a radicalized party it pushes a Marxist agenda it does not believe in Law & Order It believes on the lawlessness And so just because you have somebody who's elected as a prosecutor appointed as a prosecutor you've seen it in the tyrannical regimes before and even today And this is exactly what that is They go through the motions of a justice system The motions of the grand jury the motions of due process that's none of this That's none of this And also notice how this ban could care less about the impact it has on the nation This frivolous case the impact on the entire nation the impact on the entire Republican Party the impact on the general election should he be nominated that he did this on behalf of the Democrat party He did it on behalf of Biden that's why I don't know It's going to crash or cheering that they're cheering That's why the media is cheering that they're cheering that they are now using the instrumentalities of a law Against the people and the people's will And this means that the and I want to be very clear That the United States of America that we have all believed in as of an hour ago in this respect does not exist
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Pro-labor? Biden aims to prove it with unionized 2024 staff
"When president Joe Biden announces his expected reelection campaign, political allies say he'll be the first president to run a reelection campaign with a staff represented by a union. Biden likes to say he's the most pro union president in U.S. history and running a reelection campaign with a unionized staff would allow Biden to further demonstrate to his base just how deep his pro labor convictions are. There have been presidential candidates with unionized campaign staffs, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Julian Castro had unionized campaign staffs in 2020, and Biden's campaign unionized after clinching the democratic nomination that year. This time Biden's campaign will unionize earlier in the process. Biden is expected to announce a reelection campaign as soon as next month. Donna water Washington
The Eric Metaxas Show
Malachi O'Brien and Eric Went on a Very Fun Run to NJ!
"Talking to my friend malachi O'Brien, malachi, once again, I got to tell my audience, I can't believe we never do this kind of thing, but you finished your 152nd consecutive marathon today, so you're going to go home tomorrow, you're going to do the final one. I had the privilege of doing this with you yesterday. And we had fun because I thought to myself, when you're running at that pace, you can actually talk. And so you and I talked and we just had this wonderful fellowship and we found ourselves, I mean, I don't know if I said this when I was talking to Alban before, but we ran to New Jersey. We ran across the George Washington bridge, which of course was my idea. I'd done this once before on my previous world distance world record personal record run. But the idea that from my house, you could run across the Hudson to New Jersey on the bike path. And that was insane and fun to do with you. We took pictures. But then on the way home, we passed a number of sites central to the story of bahn hoffer. And I was able to point out where he stayed. That's the room where he stayed in 1939 when he made his big decision. And this is riverside church that welcomes Fidel Castro into its pulpit. But in 19 39, when Bond hoffer was here, he went to hear a sermon there, and it would dissolve in my bond hopper, but I was able to tell you the story and then to say, and then that evening, he heard another sermon at this quote unquote, fundamentalist church, a few blocks south on Broadway, and how delighted he was. And so it was just fun running with you. And if you come back to New York, I just want to do more of this with you because there's other fun things that we can do and see. But it really, it just was fun. So I
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Winner of California's $2B lottery gets largest U.S. jackpot
"The winner of the largest U.S. lottery jackpot in history is the former student in the California public school system who wants to mostly stay out of the spotlight. I Norman hall, California lottery officials say Edwin Castro won the record breaking $2.4 billion Powerball prize in November. Lottery director Alva Johnson. As you might imagine, Edwin would like to largely remain private. He understands his name as part of the public record and now part of history. He sent a written statement saying he was shocked and ecstatic winners can choose to receive their weddings over 30 annual payments or as a lump sum, state officials say Castro chose to love some of $997.6 million. I Norman hall
NFT Brand Doodles Acquiring Animation Studio Golden Wolf
"Earlier this week, NFT collection doodles announced that they had acquired Emmy nominated animation studio golden wolf. The two companies had previously worked together on the announcement of doodles two at NFT NYC last year. Golden wolf has worked with companies from Nike to Facebook to Gatorade to Disney to PlayStation and Adidas. As part of the announcement doodles Twitter account tweeted this marks the brand new chapter for doodles as we continue to expand the franchise. Narrative storytelling, worldbuilding, and character development will be at the center of everything we do. Doodles founder Jordan Castro also tweeted about the acquisition. We've always wanted to break out of web three's bubble and reach billions. Golden wolf's world class team has done just that, excited billions with animation. Expect storytelling without constraints and AI animation generation R&D soon. We're buying not selling. As per the deal golden wolf will continue to operate independently though in close collaboration with doodles. The golden wolf founder and CEO Inge erlington has joined doodles as chief content officer focusing on running studio operations while building out the next wave of the doodles brand. Animator Denny bright writes doodles acquiring an animation studio like golden wolf is insane. Like you don't understand how big that is insane. So what exactly does this mean? One of the things that's been clear for some time is that many of these NFT collections saw their trajectory as effectively pre selling character IP that would find its way into other mediums. In some ways, NFTs would look like alternate shared ownership of IP. Basically, they allowed the audience to become a pseudo owner and have more active participation in a creative project. We've seen versions of this with collections like the board apes, who launched their other side metaverse, and now with this acquisition, doodles looks a bit like a media company moving from idea phase to execution phase.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Lula da Silva Slams Far-Right as Brazil Clears Protest Camps
"I'm continuing my discussion of the turmoil in Brazil. It's a little hard to say where this is going. It seems that institutionally Lula da Silva has the support of the courts, and I say that because the courts have been a very dismissive of claims of election fraud, a B have actually apparently been complicit in social media censorship in Brazil. This is the topic I want to talk about in more detail. I'll probably pick it up tomorrow. Twitter, for example, has been a major instrument of censorship for the, this is of course before the Elon Musk take over of the Bolsonaro people in Brazil. So the court is on Lula's side, but the army and the military and apparently some of the police are on Bolsonaro's side. Now the police were out in force, apparently intercepting a lot of the protesters. And of course, they did the protesters did need to be evacuated from any government buildings, but there was also the police cracking down on protesters on the street. And so guess what happened, I'm actually looking at a video of this in social media. And that is that when the police began to deploy and force on the street to dispel the crowds, the army put tanks on the street to prevent the police from removing the protesters. So all of this suggests that there's still a volatile situation in Brazil and Lula da Silva has his hands full in dealing with it. Now, Bolsonaro interestingly is in Florida. And apparently a bunch of left wing Democrats would think I'm thinking here of AOC, Ilhan Omar, Joaquin Castro. They're like, we have to extradite them. We have to send them back to Brazil. Well, first of all, Bolsonaro is not under accusation. He didn't call for these protests. In fact, as far as I can tell, he has been relatively quiet and in a sense accepting of the election outcome. I said that because what is Bolsonaro do? He basically backs up and goes to Florida.
The Dan Bongino Show
Type in Any Democrat and 'Demographic Destiny' in Your Search Engine
"Just listen to the Democrats themselves They are on video Talking about this all the time I'll give you even give you the search function Just go and put in a search engine put in your favorite left wing search engine Google to the left of Leningrad We'll put in there dick Durbin demographic destiny Dick Durbin's a prominent Democrat center Put in Julian Castro demographic destiny Put in New York Times we can replace them The Democrats openly openly talked about this forever Here's the problem they're having A growing population in the United States is a good thing The problem the Democrats are having is people are moving out of left wing states IE California New York Illinois and they're moving to more conservative and swing states And the people moving out are largely conservative Republican or moderate Democrats How do I know that Because I live down here in Florida And thousands upon thousands of people a year move down here I run into them at restaurants and movie theaters in the mall I can't tell you how many times Dan just moved down here from Dan just moved down here from fill in the blank I see it I'm down here
Biden Gave a Speech Stalin Would Have Been Proud Of
"Joe Biden yesterday stood near where our great founders stood where our great framers stood the declaration in the constitution He also stood where Abraham Lincoln once stood And Joe Biden gave a speech that Joe Stalin would have been proud of That Vladimir Lenin would have been proud of That Fidel Castro would have been proud of That Hugo Chavez would have been proud of His goal is to dehumanize people who disagree with him To try and push for one party rule for now and forevermore To intimidate people to threaten people And it is less than two years in office He is used the Federal Bureau of Investigation And soon to be the Internal Revenue Service He used executive orders rejected statutes rejected the constitution like no president in modern history say perhaps Barack Obama
Latina to Latina
"castro" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"When I watched in the heights, there was one dancer who was so mesmerizing that it actually felt as though the camera bent toward her in every scene. Her name is Ilya Jessica Castro and her story is amazing. She did not start dancing until she was 18 years old, virtually unheard of for a professional dancer. She came up through Alvin ailey, got her first big professional damage job as a Nick city dancer, where she also got a crash course in the business of dance, and she has toured with a ton of artists, including Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, and Rihanna. She has danced in the Wiz live, The Greatest Showman, and honey, where she was Jessica Albert stans stubble. This episode is about dance, yes, but it is also about believing that it is never too late to start. Jessica, thank you so much for doing this. Thanks for having me. It is incredible to me given that I have caught you now in the place where you are where you have made this your profession, you are extremely successful. You have found various ways to pursue this love. You did not start dancing in a real way until you were 19, which for those of you who are not dancers, that is unheard of. I mean, were you dancing around your house in Hartford Connecticut? Yes, you know, I've always, I say this, you know, I had a late start and I think when you're a dancer, you kind of know you're a dancer in a way, you know, I would put little performances on from my family. They would always ask me to dance. I would do, you know, the local talent shows and town, I've gathered my friends in the neighborhood and makeup routines. I was that kid who would, you know, back in the day when we had VHS, would record all the music videos and learn all the dance steps from all the videos, and so, you know, I started taking classes here and there in Hartford, but when I moved to New York, to go to FIT. Yeah, to go to FIT, I started, okay, so I came to New York because I knew I wanted to be in New York. I honestly didn't know why. I just knew that New York was calling me. I applied to MIT and I started on my journey to get my associates at textile development marketing. At the time I was working up in a republic and the front of mine who we became friends, we met up in a republic to use the dance for dance theater of Harlem. And I asked her where I could take dance classes and she told me, you know, you should try Broadway dance center and there are other studios in New York. And so I started taking classes at Broadway dance center. I started taking all these beginner classes, beginner ballet, beginner jazz, beginner hip hop. And one day, we crossed paths at BDC. And she saw me in this beginner ballet class and she waited for me after class, and she was like, Jessica, you have really natural lines. And I didn't understand what she meant at the time. And she said, I think you should audition for the Alvin ailey summer intensive. And I looked at her and I thought, Lisa, no way. I mean, that's Alvin ailey. Like, who in the right mind just auditioned for the summer intensive at Alvin aileen. She said, trust me, Jessica, you should audition. I promise you they'll put you in the level that you need to be in. So I did. I got accepted. And it was that summer where I fell in love, truly, and for the first time with dance, and I realized that this is what I wanted to do. One of the first jobs you have as a professional dancer is as a Knicks dancer. And I wonder, I mean, I think we've all sort of seen these women perform. Can you give us a sense of what a day is like, what a week is like in the life of one of those dancers. Before the season starts, you will learn a certain amount of numbers, right? We would go in 8 hour rehearsal days and learn two to three numbers a day. You know, these numbers about a minute and a half. And I know for those that don't understand dance or aren't dancers, don't really understand, you know, you think to yourself a minute and a half. That's nothing. But a minute and a half of choreography is a lot of information to absorb in a matter of minutes, hours. The New York Knicks city dancer was probably for me, someone who was starting so late. The best boot camp I could have ever asked for as a professional dancer, it allowed me to understand how to dance in front of a crowd of 20,000 people a night. Formations, how to put makeup on. How to network. How to just almost like dive into this professional working environment. And I remember being surrounded by the team, there was a sisterhood that happens and I just remember these women kind of I was so green, you know, this was my first job. I didn't know anything. I didn't know anything about anything about anything. And these women kind of just took me in under their wings and really mentored me and really fully almost gave me the cliff notes. Of what I should expect and what was expected of me in this environment. So I'm grateful for the years that I was able to be a part of such an amazing team. How do you then make the leap to performing with Rihanna performing with Beyoncé? I mean, what did that require of you? You know, I took everything that I learned from being on the Knicks with me to every other platform. Again, when I started on the Knicks, it was a time where there weren't dance agencies representing dancers. So for me, my story is kind of rare. This was at a time where it was these auditions were happening word of mouth. And because this sisterhood that kind of took me in, we all had each other's back. So when these auditions came into town, you know, when hi hat came into town Tina Landon, I mean, Tina Landon's worked with prince Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, you know, when Fatima Robinson would come into town, these were all auditions that were word of mouth. So we would, you know, it was like telephone. It was like, someone would call me and then I would call someone else to tell them about this audition. And then we would end up with this audition and I was very blessed. Very early on in my career to work with all these names that are so iconic in the dance world in the choreography world. They opened the doors for me and so many others to be able to work with artists like Rihanna, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, black eyed peas, along with the other films that I've worked on in TV shows and live award shows and then going back what really prepared me, honestly, was the women that were able to mentor me and kind of almost guide
Mark Levin to Liz Cheney: 'Shut Up!'
"Don't give a damn what the Democrats have to say or the corrupt media have to say about what took place at Mar-a-Lago I could care less They celebrate these things They are corrupt They are on the wrong side They're on the side of tyranny We're on the side of liberty Doesn't matter to me what CNN thinks or MSNBC thinks Or any of the hacks who work for these corrupt corporations phony press operations And why would I care with The New York Times has to say The New York Times with their support of Stalin in the Third Reich and Castro And why would I care what The Washington Post has to say Another corrupt phony newspaper Let alone Nancy Pelosi Oh the Democrats the balls now and Trump's court excuse me We're not playing games here We don't give a damn what you think Period And that's why I also tweeted to dizzy Lizzy Cheney Shut up You're a self righteous self promoter Nobody who matters gives a damn what you think Got it You're upset You need psychological assistance as far as I'm concerned Maybe you can get a family plan I don't know I don't know
AP News Radio
San Francisco train shooting leaves one dead, another wounded; manhunt underway
"Been killed and another injured in a San Francisco subway train shooting Police say the train was packed when the shooting occurred Wednesday morning Officers are looking for the suspect The station where the suspect escaped is at the heart of San Francisco's famous Castro neighborhood which has internationally known for its LGBTQ activism The shooting comes just four days before San Francisco's pride parade which typically draws thousands of people from around the world Investigators say the shooting doesn't appear to have targeted the LGBTQ community
Who Is Tied to Latino Media Network?
"I talked to you earlier and I told you that we have a new radio network that's set up With 8 to ten stations and two individuals Jesse Morales rocketto a LatinX a former Hillary for American AFL CIO employee And Stephanie Valencia on LatinX Former White House staffer during the Obama administration are heading the venture $80 million they were able to raise For what they call the Latino media network the Latino media network And one of the entities investing heavily in it is connected to George Soros And another one's connected I read if it's not true he's welcome to come on the program too A director of cumulus by the name I think his name is Thomas Castro Also it ties to media matters and I hope they'll get back down to figuring out what's happening at his media matters
Mark Levin Calls out New York Times, Media Matters, & Mediaite
"If you are not able to watch the Sunday show I will at some point encourage Fox to rerun it The New York Times has not responded to it even though they hang on my every word as to their surrogates at media matters in mediate Media matters in mediate haven't said a word About what was exposed on the Sunday show last night In fact I'm not aware of any so called website operation or news operation That has pointed it out How can that be you must wonder Was the Mother's Day what was it No that is nothing to do with it So The New York Times gives support the Stalin as he's starving the Ukrainians to death Times literally gives support To Hitler through censorship and its pro Nazi newsman in Berlin Literally The New York Times helps bring Fidel Castro to power And there's nothing Can you imagine And meanwhile they sit there in judgment of everybody else
"castro" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Okay. So she's like, dad, let me be Friends. Yeah, yeah. That's funny. I told my brother, I loved it. She said, that's to be friends. That's a great joke. That's a great, that's a great could I have that joke or you want that job? Of course I have it. All right. So, all right, well, Bill, what do you have coming up? Oh, boy. What do I have coming up? You know, I'm Bakersfield. Tomorrow night, I'm at the laugh factory this weekend. You know, whatever, just shit. You're on a TV show on showtime. Oh, yeah. Well, that doesn't come out till June now. It's supposed to go, it's called sitting on a hill. You just headlined the laugh factory and. If you were to look back at the younger bill does, the kid from Princeton grew up, right? What's that? Where'd you grow up in Maryland, right? Maryland. Virginia, Virginia. Again here you play flag football or something, right? And they're like, one day, one day, I'm gonna be a movie star. I'm gonna be on a hundreds of TV shows. I mean, okay, and just so you guys, just so you guys know, 'cause people don't realize, they think the bill is just some fucking dork who's a brown belt, jiu-jitsu. All right? Because people that I'm gonna hold on, let me see, I am DV. Jesus Christ. Fucking guy. Because it's pisses me off a little bit. Number one, you're also in pin and killed it because fans Chinese theater for screening. But also like, that wasn't even like, that was totally out of character for a role for you. And you murdered it. You were so good that the director, Joey, Medina put you in beautiful violence, which also is one, how many awards so far? All right. So, this dude has been in 72 credits, all right? A lot of city on a hill, which is the show on showtime. Also pinned, but you're on the show S.W.A.T.. Okay? You were in, here we go. Wu Tang, an American saga, which I loved. Kevin can wait. Is that what Kevin can wait, is that with what's his name? I don't know that. Law & Order. Special Victims Unit. Elementary. And these are just, he's a lot more. These are the ones that I've heard of. The royal pains, that was a big show. Criminal Minds, Call of Duty. You were in that video game? I was in the a couple of video games, yeah, but this is the voice. Rizzoli and isles. People love that show. All my children. You were also in how to spoon with Michael C. Hall. Law & Order. Law & Order, the science of love. These are very unimpressive. It's incredibly unimpressive. Text in the city. I think you're crazy. That's a lot of fucking shit you were in. How you're living, Jeremy piven. Laugh factory. Reza riffs. The rapper? How do you get your podcasts on IMDb? That's bizarre to me. All right, Gotham comedy. How is this unimpressive? These fucking these are huge. I hope they serve beer in hell, which is, I think what's the first Griffith in that also? LA lawyer. Yeah, you were a lot of shit, dude. A lot of stuff. Unfiltered..
"castro" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Like Chris Rock would spend three, four weeks at the comedy club with 7 writers honing his fucking shit, you know? I remember one time I had a date with me and I was like 19 and I had a fucking hot date with me and we're seeing Chris Rock perform. And he's like, man, women, you know, blah blah blah. He's like, you know, you guys have it so easy. He's like, because he goes, a girl like you, and he points to my date. He's like, there's always gonna be somebody that's gonna fucking buy you shit. At any point through other girl that was attracted, he goes, you, you're gonna have problems. I was like. Dude, yeah, he used to say shit that was like, even when he was trying it out, he was like, Magic Johnson, he's like, what kind of aids he got? He goes, it gain weight, and they gave him a talk show. He goes, why they give him a fucking talk show. It wasn't a talk show. That was a side effect of aids, right? Did that remember that magic was remember how bad his talk show was? Oh my God, yeah. Well, first of all, they fire the co host during the show. Remember that? I don't remember that. No. Yeah, Craig shoemaker was Craig shit like I was the co host. Yeah, Haley Parker. In the middle, wait in the middle of an episode? Yeah, in the middle, he talks about it. In the middle of a show, he's starting and he's chiming in with jokes, right? And maybe he's doing more jokes to be sure, I didn't see it, but someone came up to him during the show. They go, hey, listen, can you not talk to whoever it was? And then he's like, okay, the next segment's like, they don't want you on the show anymore. And he's like, oh, like tomorrow no, now. He came back. Dude, and then Howard Stern, like every day was just shitting on the show. Remember that? Howard started back in the day, it was brutal. I mean, he was so funny how Howard turns become like this new woke police fucking nice guy. He was the meanest of them all, man. It's crazy. I mean, he literally the other day he was like, you know, after what happened to Oscars with the slap. He's like, I want to get a funny comic. I was in a call Rosie O'Donnell, and got her. I'll go, what? I go, this is a guy that literally every day was making Rosie O'Donnell cry. And now he's like, oh, I have her cell phone. I'm like, I think they replaced her. Anyway, we got jorgen to Castro here, who is a monster of a heavyweight. He was in the UFC. Now he's in the eagle FC. He won his last fight by, I don't know, what was it front? Standing guillotine? Standing, I mean, dude, the guy shot him for a double. A guy was a wrestler, right? Yep. And the dude was like, this guy has like strength of like a hundred men. I mean, it was a minute and a half. Just boom. So that was awesome. Second eagle FC. And now you're fighting Junior dos Santos for the title? Number one contender. This is number one contender. Now, I mean, that's a big step up. This guy was world champion a couple times, best in the world. He's got some reach on you. I know, I know you're a four foot three. He's probably like. He's huge. How are you going to prepare.
"castro" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Where the game starts. You already recorded it, right? No, no, no. I'm writing a whole this is like my third UFC hour. In three years. And that's like, you know, a lot of the problem with sometimes with that is that in order to test the jokes. I do a joke about my daughter. Tonight, I can do that joke. But I write a joke about Jurgen the Castro coming on the show in 20 minutes. And I see it in the eyes of people because they're loving the first 20 minutes of the jokes. And then I go, I'm gonna go, I'll do a John Jones joke. And then I do like a and then by the time I get through the algebra and throwing a joke, women have just checked out, guys are looking around. And then the 6 people that Emmet rose of bands are like, yes, like, they're high fiving. And also, it's so much easier to do comedy for fans of MMA sometimes than actual fighters themselves. Don't get me wrong, 'cause sometimes I just chose for the actual fighters and they're like, you're making fun of their friends. And they don't even know how to act sometimes. Like, unless they're with the Friends who's there, who you're making, if I'm making one of a guy who's there. But if he's not there, it's like, yeah. So the best the award shows. Like, people like, it really is hard to host those any award show on any level, whether it's the SB is whatever, because people you're making fun of have the worst. You have to do Ricky Gervais. I'm just not give a fuck and go guns blazing. That's the only way. Yes. Chris Rock, people don't realize Chris Rock was my and it was my favorite comment. My people asked me, what's your favorite comedy special of all time? Bring the pain. That's what made me want to become, I was already a comic when that came out, but that's when I was like, and I watched it again recently because when Nikki Paris could be a Nicky we're on a road.
"castro" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"And then all of a sudden, the thing and people thought they hit somebody. Or they put a thing called, we had a thing called sticks in the sewer, where we put a stick in a sewer. And people drive it over and we would hope it would rip out their muffler. Like this was like our Friday night entertainment. And these kids are like, dude, this is a pre boarding school. And after I turned 9th grade or 8th grade, really, and I got kicked out of my house and realized that this was not the way to act. And I'm not proud of any of that kind of shit, you know. In fact, one time, I mean, literally, you know, God was with me in this one because, you know, I was a terrible third baseman. The worst. Like, my dad was the coach. So I made the all star team, but I was not. I was like, I was that kid. I could never get the ball from third base to first. I was just on off a hop. I was just terrible arm and could barely hit, I played catcher or something that no one else wanted to play. Right field for some reason, when it came to throwing an egg at a car, I was Nolan Ryan. I could fucking just like, and I remember wanting to, I was in the bushes through an egg, hit a door, it hit a window, and then the guy got out, and then the neighbor saw me and told me, there was a baby in the car. And that window was open, I couldn't hit the baby. The baby could have been blinded. Holy fuck was I lucky. I was 13 years old. I was like, that was just like, man, like I said, I was like, I don't even know why. I feel terribly saying this. Like, why am I eating telling? I'm saying kids seem nicer now. So maybe the softer, but maybe they're nicer. Yeah, I think that might be the tradeoff. But then again, you also hear about all the cyber bullying. And even just like, I'll post all the video online and the people will just start horrible, horrible things. And I'll say things like, whatever, I'll come back and be like, whatever dude fuck you and they'll be like, I'm 13. You know what I mean? Yeah, that would do it. You're not wrong. I mean, there was a time when my wife, our first, there was a we had a miscarriage. She had a miscarriage. And somebody wrote me an email saying like, that kid's so much better off. And you know, just you're an awful person. Just fucking has. And I'm like, and I tried to find the person. I literally tried to find who that was. And just like it got me so angry. I don't know what I would have done, you know? But I wanted to just contact that person, but I couldn't figure out who it was. But yeah, there's that. We're like, like, at least back in the day, it was face to face. Asshole in this face to face bullying. Now there's literally somebody will make a thing and every single negative comment is a person with an avatar that's not an actual person. Like it's just a cartoon or yeah, it's just like, that shouldn't be allowed. Unless you put exactly who you are, you should be off Twitter, Instagram. You should have accountability. At least I'm not saying she'd be fired from the job. I don't believe that. But at least you should have to take it like you make a comment like that..
"castro" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"So he goes on the air and he says, he goes on the radio for the whole week as Al Pacino, Tracy Morgan, Adam Sandler, Christopher Walken, saying they're going to go see Craig gas and Adam hunter. You're like, off the hook comedy club and Marco island. And keep in mind the Super Bowl was like that weekend in Florida. So now the whole town of Naples and Fort Myers, the city comes to the show because they all think that these people are going to be there. Literally, people would like that good. That good. Like literally, people had like Adam Sandler posters and they had like Tracy Morgan's mechanic who he like, owed money to him was there. And like, people out here at the edge, the local news, picked it up, like, so now every show is beyond sold out. And the whole time the place holds like 200 people, or a hundred people, people are looking around the whole show to try to see where Al Pacino was sitting and I'm like, they got out on first, right? So Craig goes on. And he's doing fine. But halfway through his show, he starts doing the impressions, right? And everyone, at first, they're laughing, and they realize they've been duped. And that these people are not. And then I'm like, bro, you got to close with that, 'cause the rest of us set. People were so fucking pissed. And he would do these deals with clubs, door deals. He'd be like, listen, you know, give me X amount of money, which is like super low, or just give me the whole door. And they'd be like, okay, yeah, sure, why not? And then he would go to the town early, like a week early, become best friends with the radio guy. And the radio guys are gonna like, oh, yeah, sure, you know, hey, we have Adam Sandler calling in and we have this person calling in. And literally, then he would walk away with like 30 grand because he would basically like bankrupt the comedy club because he was like, dude, what a fucking hustle that was. I laughed so hard. There was another guy in comic, I knew who somehow figured out how to get everyone's phone numbers in the world. And he had like mass text, and then he would text people. Hey, see you haven't seen a while. I got three tickets to a comedy club. So every show will be sold out, but you see the crowd looking at each other, trying to figure out who that person was the text. It's just one hustle after an ex. The phone number scam is a big one, but I guess you can get in trouble for it. It's not technically legal or something like that, but in time, but if I'm on a jury duty and somebody comes in there and you're like, well, he texted people free comedy club tickets. Am I going to put that person away? What jury is going to have, I don't know..
The Charlie Kirk Show
Trudeau Says ‘Fringe Minority’ in Trucker Convoy With ‘Unacceptable Views’ Don’t Represent Canadians
"It's so interesting when you just type Canada into Google, you get all this nonsense of some Indian immigration thing. But then if you type in Canada truck, all of a sudden, the first article, the first article that pops up from the pajama wearing Silicon Valley people that run Google, the first thing they say is fringe minority. In truck convoy with unacceptable views. So most of you are listening to this in America. I just want you to take pause and say thank you to God and the founding fathers 'cause you can see how big of a difference having a constitution like America's is versus Canada's. It is a big difference. It's the difference between whether or not you're able to go to a grocery store with a health ward or not. I never want to hear from another Christian pastor. Well, politics don't matter. Well, they're arresting pastors in Canada actually for having church. That's politics. That's government. Connor, can you send me that information in that guy that got arrested in Canada? So Justin Trudeau, the teenager that may or may not be related to Fidel Castro, but he is doing a great Fidel Castro impersonation. He's like, no, no, this is a small fringe. It's a trucker convoy on the way to Ottawa. It does not represent the views of Canadians and it's unacceptable. Oh, really unacceptable. Could you imagine if an American leader would say something like that? Well, actually, I could see Joe Biden saying that. But thankfully, we have at least somewhat a sliver of First Amendment protection still in this country. Play cut 82. The small fringe minority of people who are on their way to Ottawa or who are holding unacceptable views that they're expressing. Do not represent the views of Canadians who have been there for each other who know that following the science and stepping up to protect each other is the best way to continue to ensure our freedoms are rights our values as a country.
Remembering 'A Time for Choosing Speech' by Ronald Reagan
"The great Ronald Reagan Now listen carefully again For his prescience cut 18 go This is the issue of this election Whether we believe in our capacity for self government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves Now it doesn't require expropriation or confiscation of private property or business to impose socialism on a people What does it mean whether you hold the deed to the title to your business or property if the government holds the power of life and death over that business or property in such machinery already exists The government can find some charge to bring against any concern it chooses to prosecute Every businessman has his own tale of harassment some wear a perversion has taken place Our natural unalienable rights are now considered to be a dispensation of government and freedom has never been so fragile so close to slipping from our grasp as it is at this moment But I think it's time we ask ourselves if we still know the freedoms that were intended for us by the founding fathers Not too long ago two Friends of mine were talking to a Cuban refugee a businessman who had escaped from Castro And in the midst of his story one of my friends turned to the other and said we don't know how lucky we are And the Cuban stopped and said how lucky you are I had some place to escape to And in that sentence he told us the entire story If we lose freedom here there's no place to escape to This is the last stand on earth And this idea that government is beholden to the people that it has no other source of power except the sovereign people is still the newest and the most unique idea in all the long history of man's relation to man This is the issue of this
"castro" Discussed on TNCnow
"Jim. Acosta gomez so without further ado. I would like to ask our derek directors too. Please play the introduction video of pastor. John me gunness. Hello everyone. I'm jomo de. Castro gomez the associate pastor bethany church international philippines inc and the campuses director of deepen wide p. h. a. u. at ministry under beth and the church and our heart is through reach the young generation to produce christ-centered spirit filled and socially responsible servant leaders who in turn. You will embrace future leaders to contribute to national transformation. We're committed to reach the present and the next generation beaching truth training minds and transforming lives and creating a revolution to change the world and so excited to share and talk about surrendering to god so stay tuned and enjoy the rest of the show. Mabul hypo taught all right folks there you go. There's the introduction of our much-awaited guests show for today. Pastor john l. d. kosta gomez so pastor jamil de i'd love to please come in here and there let's hear from you high hustler. Giandomenico argue redo redo same same here. So how do i boston tonight. I'll thank you thank you very much. It's such an honor to have you with us sir today in this time in his face your now. Why don't we get started. Yes yes for having me here and Suit thankful and it's a great experience for me. Thank you you're welcome our pleasure so let's get shop for a bit faster. John l. d. How are you doing today and tell us what happened. Been up to especially in developing says the nighttime over there and i understand that pastor. Is you know. This is the busiest time of the week preparing for tomorrow's sunday worship. How're you doing before a asser that caution. I have a confession to make ma'am. I knew the little stocking on your profile and I'm so amazed of is using to really advocate and sparty educator. So i'm so proud of you. And i'll tell this to dell so and going back to the question you know every saturday morning. We do workshops with our ministers and in the afternoon. We dorm network mentoring because independence advocate cater. I live stages and need personally. I am finalizing my sermon. Every saturday and rehearsing so that It will be inscribing my right and then I rest that said well. that's awesome. I can't wait to actually listen in on your sundays message. Which will be you know tomorrow for us here. All right so our topic today is really about surrendering to god which is actually a very very powerful act. So can you tell us. Was there any moment in your life when you surrendered to god and tell us about that experience at what point in may lie. They finally ought to the decision of serving the lord Way back twenty thirteen I suffered an acl tear during our basketball and undergo surgery career. Reconstruct my acl. So i did and you know during the diamond was so devastated because to know basketball is one of my passions one of my favorite sports and aside from you know aside from guinea pigs girls and by says those are passions and one time my my my dad asked me said was your plan and i said well i just need to record. Go back to work in manila and said to me zig not august that god is living somewhere. I said where then it said. Why don't you try to go in seminary try it and if you don't feel it and you don't like it then go back to your work again. Said they're really and you know. I said to him would still give me another chance because during that time i was so hopeless and of course. He said that he may room was whipping. You know i was talking to god stinking god or mc parents and in twenty fourteen. I enrolled in seminary and injuring may stadium seminary still make a and so making stupid decisions still have bison that time on the thing remember while i was doing mcpaper on stolishnyi. Still offing secret. That was doing mcpaper on chris. Solider of cries Balding singer cigarette know and joulwan twenty two and became a full time minister of bethany. And that's the time. I totally surrendered my life. And that's the fine. Might finally people to the side of reading the lord and really up until today. I have a lot of things to surrender to tell. You seem like you went from you. Know rock bottom and then finding god and then on your way on finding god you know keeps unlike still testing you right and then finally the open up to you and dodd said awry. It's fine to surrender. Boy you gotta be with me right. This probably does message. The guy was telling you that moment..
Two Broads Talking Politics
"castro" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"So we did and we did a lot around black once. The george floyd murder happened. We need a ton of work for black women for the last year and a half We had black philanthropy month every week. We've had programming this year. We decided we're going to focus on latina's latina Hispanic whatever your definition is because different people have different especially different parts of the country Different language but we wanted to put a special focus on latina so our goal is two hundred latinos on corporate boards in the next year. Our goal is to get fifty of those are letting leaders investing in venture in the next year We're also trying to make sure that there's a way for those women to connect find each other. Unfortunately there's not very many. There's not really a place for top latina executives and leaders philanthropy and and And politics to get together and find each other and in one of the things we know is magic happens when they do find each other You know the higher up you go the more i selected. You are especially if you're very might you when i say minority the minority representative in that company. You know So so connecting all those women who is also a big goal of ours that they can support each other and together make decisions about what they want to see. I know. I know what i would like to see. But i want this collective group of women to say all right now together. We're going to solve this problem and that's a problem and we're going to get people in elected office. I'm all i want them to be in power. I want women to be equal fifty fifty. I'm good right. I was just going to say when you when you say like you wanna get two hundred women on corporate boards like what are what are the steps you take. How how do you make sure that That they're gonna find those positions on the boards and the boards are gonna are gonna want them. Yeah well part of how we get them to want them. As in one of the things we now know is you have to actually legislate this kind of thing or doesn't change. We tried We even had pretty legislation california. Nothing changed until we literally just put like a hundred thousand dollar fee on it and tracked. It made it visible and now companies are changing the behavior. So in addition to a senate billy twenty-six in california that requires gender diversity on boards. We actually also passed a law that requires ethnic at in sexual orientation diversity in california on public company boards. So they need them. They don't know how to find letting us for those roles and so we wanna make them visible and ready a lot of us women. We seek self efficacy before we raise our hand. I can promise you you're better than most of the people that are currently on the board. Did you hear me. However we're happy to give you container to make sure you know all the steps that you know all the financial. We have classes on how how to really get deep dive into financials for a corporate board a how nominations and governance roles all the different committees. So we train people In anything that they need and then we connect people so we have three thousand women coming together and the week of october. Eighteenth for something. I'll get onboard week Where we have thirty different programs will have over two hundred speakers Who are talking about it Corporate director speakers talking about their point of view their tips their their journey and demystifying it because so much of it is it people really think it's more complex in that somebody knows something they don't know and i'm telling you know you know plenty So that's what we're trying. We want to get the word out to latina's in that are appropriately in the right leadership roles and let them know what they're ready for and who needs them in connect them We're part of a a national network and there's a great institution called equa who actually tracking all of the corporate board representation In in so we can sort and say okay here. The twenty companies don't have a single latina on their board here the hundred companies in healthcare. That don't have any lengthiness that needs someone. And we're making the latinas visible and connecting them to those corporation says everything from plant the seed so you know when to do it in your career training women movement building policy work and then actually matchmaking That combination is a magic science That's been proven if you if you work at all those levels you're more effective in driving change so speaking of driving change you know in you know this. I think we've spent a lotta time on this program talking about ways to advance women into executive positions in politics and government and physicians that are related to social justice in women's equality. And of course there are lessons that women learning executive spots in the business world that i imagine are applicable in those arena. Says well when you could share with us some of what you've observed or experienced yourself and how those lessons can perhaps translate as business women. Think in fact about becoming visible public leaders in the public square as well as the corporate square. I happen to be one of these people who really respects women who committed their life to public service and and political leadership and i don't actually believe The a lot of people like oh we should be more like corporations No i'm not. I'm not so sure that's always a good thing that said There are women who have build great skills of of how to lead teams and how to influence people and and they're positional leadership and authority makes them very compelling And those women. I always say i just like you know. Raise your hand for a border commission. that's a. It's a very low hanging opportunity and it really sort of gets year sea legs under you. Most of the women corporate leaders. I know don't do maybe more men do which is the kind of ran a hedge fund like someone is one of my friends in california and then say he wants to run for president that to me there's a little bit in between And just because you were great at managing money and making deals doesn't mean you're going to be a good governor so To me i. I think you have to do your you have to actually do a great job at it and i think we over glamorize corporate leaders In this country. So i don't know if that's the right answer for you rebecca but that's really what i believe. I i have a lot of respect for the great skill. Set that that women leading public service have had to build a real lifetime thing about it. Just follow for a minute is that you were talking about how women in their forties or in a different place right in position to do different things. But when i'm observed in felton my own life was in your fifties that's also true. There are businesswoman for instance. Who've been you know. They've been in their professions for maybe twenty five or thirty years and they do want to contribute to the public sector and the question is how do how do they go about doing that. You know what they need to think about. What do they need to be prepared to do that. You know they might not be used to. We have wonderful organizations in this country. That literally They'll go out. And i've been tagged a couple times myself. They'll say. Have you thought about running for public office. We train you. We help you raise money. We surround you with great teams. We make sure you've got all the political positioning in connection So i encourage women to do that. and and i think If we had more women who were stepping out courageously doing that. We would all be in a better position. I just i think we He's telling you. Rebecca as we were leading into this conversation about article. That just came out about the top. Economists are innovating the united states. And they're all women and they've created a new frame On how to think about like the measuring stick and and it's not only about growth at all costs right. They changed the the framework from which they're defining economic success economic success To a number of these economists is not. You know having as many billionaires as we possibly can..
The New Yorker Radio Hour
"castro" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"They start to pitch those kinds of projects. That are sometimes stereotypical. Because that's the only thing that will sell. That's the only thing that will be bought or purchased and it becomes very vicious cycle so in terms of our identity. It's not as you mentioned earlier. It's not just american media it's also our education system Which is you know in in many ways. A different in deeply rooted issue But they're different things that have to change not just in media but also in american education and society. I think to fully overcome this issue. And for america understand the latino identity right And that identity is also very. It's very it across people from who've come here from different nations Or in the case of different times different times that's right in different waves of of migration in the case of mexican americans Some families that were already here when california or texas or new. Mexico became part of the country. And so it's a you know In that way a complex identity it it certainly is. It certainly is and i think that for us as latinos. We really need to to figure out what that common and united identity is. Because we're we're stronger together. There's no doubt about that. Oh absolutely thank you for being here with us today. Thank you representative joaquin. Castro represents the twentieth congressional district of texas. And you can read stefan. You tell agreed on politics in the us. And in latin america spain and much more at new york dot com.
The New Yorker Radio Hour
"castro" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"I can't. He wasn't meaning to be rude to me. He wasn't dismissing me. We were having an earnest discussion. All of us But i think the unfortunate thing is that if you ask that question i'm convinced of ninety percent of americans you would probably get the same answer this notion of invaders you know in the context of of the shooting and no posso particularly you know in a state where latinos been there for generations centuries right and so As you said the shooting is is the deadliest representation of these stereotypes and and this gaps in the narrative kind of entail right and going back to the meeting that you referred to just now. So you've met with studios talent agencies. Publishers major media outlets What has shopped you from those conversations over the years and as a mexican american. What is it like to be in those rooms demanding answers. We'll i've tried to use my platform in congress I to get in the room because unfortunately These studios in corporations over the years have sometimes locked out a advocates who've worked for many years to change these dynamics and have ignored them or cast them aside. Tried not to take them seriously. And so i knew being in congress that we could get in the room and push this issue and especially after what happened in el paso. I wanted to do that. And i think for the most part. The industry is at a point where it acknowledges that there's a deep problem and so our first thing we were trying to get out of these folks is transparency is to get a clear picture of the exact numbers on representation for example at a particular studio or Publication or media outlet and then from there once someone is transparent with the state of affairs then moving onto working with them to hold him accountable into setting targets for improvement of that representation and some have been better on both those scores than others q. Feel that changes materializing. Have you been in touch for example with the publisher that you mentioned again. You know Who is doing this right. Yeah i do think that That there has been more change particularly over the last year and a half. I will say that. The murder of george floyd was a reckoning for corporate america including the media in terms of how they portray and how they cover different communities And i think things have accelerated not only for the african american community after that. But also for the latino community and hopefully others as well And you know it's hard to find any particular company that is doing an excellent job You don't really find people who were beating the numbers in other words. Latinos are eighteen percent of american society or nineteen percent and the company You know employs nineteen percent of latinos in front of him behind the camera for example or as journalists But there are some that are succeeding and committed to change more than others representative. What he castro. Texas speaking with stefan toiletry more in a moment this new yorker. 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New yorker dot com or new yorker dot com slash radio hour to get home delivery of the magazine and unlimited digital access to everything including daily cartoons. Crossword puzzles are vast archive of ninety five years of issues. And thank you. Thank you for listening and thank you for reading. Your helps make possible everything we do talking about. Data tell us about the two reports on the under a presentation of latinos that the government accountability office will issue Can you share any of its main findings with us. Yeah i mean we've just gotten a preliminary sketch of what their overall findings will show but it's clearer in the title of their report. That latinos are underrepresented in american media. And that there has been almost no change since two thousand fourteen and Where you do have a more of a concentration of latinos It's in the service sector positions within the media industry Rather than as anchors for example or as directors and film or television And so it remains deeply problematic. This challenge of american media Really committing to change and the irony about some of it is hollywood for example considers it and i think most americans consider it a liberal place and a liberal industry but the essential irony there. I think they're they're individuals in hollywood. Who are individually progressive but the system as a whole is actually quite regressive and pretty conservative and And hollywood is actually very exclusionary in fact at least from the data i've seen Hollywood is Less diverse than the oil and gas industry in texas in. So it's got a long way to go in terms of self reflection but also in terms of moving towards actual change in meaningful change right and it's striking to see that there's been very very little change in the past few years but that actually the numbers for for the latinos who work in the service sector have actually increased right. Those are the. That's the only figure that seems to be changing over time. No that's right. And a latinos are still being left out of what many see as the main roles as the front and center rolls the decision making positions The c. suite positions where somebody could really get in there and effect wider change within an organization. And what can we expect from from the report. That will come out in the spring of next year. What's the difference between both. what.
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"Week released a report on latino representation in the media in entertainment and news and it's pretty damning one of the congressional members who requested that report was joaquin castro the twentieth district of texas a state. That's forty percent. Latino castro was looking with the congressional hispanic caucus it what lawmakers can do to help. Move the needle on this issue. And he spoke. With the new yorkers stiff on. Your tillery congressman. We're here to talk about an issue that you've been fighting for over the years. And that is the missing latino narrative in our society to begin with. I'd like us to talk about education. Which one could argue is really at the heart of it. You grew up in san antonio a city. That has an incredibly rich latino heritage and yet it seems let latino stories. Were barely present in your school's curriculum. Take us back in time if you will. Who are the latinos you remember learning about. And how did you fill that void in the narrative or the years. I see this as a foundational problem for the latino community and other communities in the united states that we have been left out of much of the telling of american history and our state histories including in my home state of texas. And so when i was growing up The only ladinos in this case mostly mexican americans that i remember Are mexicans actually. That i remember learning about were the defenders of the alamo and really not much else Maybe henry cisneros. Who was mayor of san antonio when i was at school but it was a very sparse presence in the telling of american history and texas history and that's in a state that's now Nearly forty percent latino and that has been a pervasive problem not just in texas but throughout the country. I'm convinced that americans don't know who latinos are. They don't associated with any particular time period in american history. They don't know who among us has contributed to the nation's prosperity or success and they have no sense where to place us within american society. You have two children. Who if i'm not mistaken are five and seven. Is that right there. that's right how. How does your experience in school so far compared to yours. Do you see any reason for hope. What what are you seeing now with the new generations. I think it's gotten a little bit better over the years but it's still not We're still not a place where you have representation. That's commensurate in a state. Like texas with the huge latino roll In terms of the economy of the state the culture of the state and how meaningful latinos have been to the development of texas and Now there's a counter movement against ethnic studies and critical race theory and so it makes me wonder in the coming years whether there will be any improvement in terms of representation in the telling of histories and of course. Schools are important narrative creating institutions. But they're not the only ones there's hollywood. There's the news media corporate america the government so on and so forth. And it's no secret that there's little latino her presentation across the board. I remember after last year's election. Latino victory reported that only one percent of local and federal elected officials where latino. I suspect that that number's slightly higher now. But not nearly word should be considering that there's more than sixty million of us in this country and that we now represent the largest minority voting group. And i wonder as as one of the few and really most influential latino politicians in the country. What are some of the challenges. You faced in raising the issue of presentation in the news media in hollywood and beyond and demanding more accountability from washington. Well in addition to the influences that you mention about education i think media and particularly hollywood. I think is the main Image defining and narrative creating institution in american society in the way that it tells stories in whose stories get told and who it allows to be part of the storytelling. It affects how americans see each other. Including how americans see latinos in how we see ourselves and the numbers in terms of representation and portrayal of latinos. The numbers in terms of representation are terrible in the media industry. And whether it's hollywood or hard news For example in entertainment latinos make up around three and four percent of folks in front of and behind the camera so we're woefully under represented both in front of and behind the camera and That affects the stories that come out of hollywood and how they're told and oftentimes it's led to knit very negative portrayals and stereotypes latinos as always as drug dealers as criminals as the dregs of society as illegals and it affects how other americans cr community in our own children see themselves and part of the reason that i got involved in this issue is because there has been now for several years at least this dangerous nexus between representation portrayal and the abuse of latino stereotypes that come out of the media the abuse of those by politicians who abused them for their own political gain and in that dangerous mix in its in its worst form you get what happened in el paso texas in august of two thousand nineteen or a madman drove ten hours and killed twenty three people because he considered them quote unquote hispanic invaders to texas and so all of this represents for me a very dangerous void in narrative and it really came to a head in may of twenty twenty when the congressional hispanic caucus had a meeting with publishing executives and there are about thirty of us on the call and i had a chance to ask a question of one of the ceos of one of the largest publishing companies in the country that publishes textbooks for schools and i asked him a very simple question. I asked him whether he can name. Three latinos are latinas who had had a significant impact in american history and is very intelligent ambitious. Accomplished man thought about it for a few seconds and he finally said No.
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"Castro 95.5 WSB. He's already stepped down as the permanent host of jeopardy following past offensive comments, and Mike Richards may not be able to serve his current role with the broadcast, either. I don't know how much longer he can hang on his executive producer at that show in Cheney with bolt Her media says It'll be awkward for Richards to remain in a position that will help choose the next host to replace the late Alex Trebek. For now, the show will use guest host to start the new season ws produced time 8 35 Richard stepped down. So suddenly last week, they had to had to throw up some reruns with Alex Trebek. Have they? Are they still doing that? Just a reminder of just how good Alex was just the right energy and nuance, keeping the show and the questions to start. 25 minutes until 9 25 minutes away from Erich von Hessler in the game taking over. Let's update the weather traffic picture for you. Now, W best meteorologist Christina Edward says Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast plenty of blue skies and sunshine for today, temperature rocketing up to 92 with the Heat Index of 98 Chance of rain 10% for this afternoon. Tuesday is a different story even hotter. High of 93 Partly cloudy Heat index of 99 Wednesday High of 90 increasing chance of rain and thunderstorms through the afternoon. Chance of rain 40% recapping the forecast for today. High 92 He index of 98 just a slim chance of an isolated shower otherwise plentiful sunshine for your Monday afternoon. Currently it is 75 degrees on Peachtree Street and WSB meteorologist Christina Edwards. Let's update the morning drive.
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"I i don't know to be honest. I refused to take keep track of it exactly. Because it's psychological thing i think for me but reported calculated she said based on the route survey the why does she did some weird matt. She said it's about you know seven hundred in Seven hundred and fifty miles. She said i was like oh well you know. I'm glad you're here. Because i'm choosing that's a. That's a lot of rocket onto the feet but We're we're pulling for you man. I mean glad you're able to check in with us today. We're going to keep continuing You know trying to talk to you all along the way as long as you're willing to talk with us and we'll check in and bring you know. Bring some light to this issue and hopefully by the time you're finished will have some resolution on this note. steve. I i actually enjoy our conversations. I've had a lot of conversations with reporters folks but you understand firsthand You know what is going on. You know what what our troops go through and And honestly i appreciate your support and the fact that you put us on your show because they help to bring awareness issue that i think they've done a lot of work on this. They've been a lot of stories. And and and you know god documentaries and so but still the word doesn't get out But i think it's gonna it's gonna take this kind of effort and then people like yourself and your show willing to put us on and help us spread. Spread the message so get out there and help us do something about it. So i i really appreciate your support or appreciate the opportunity to be on your show and you know i look forward to having this conversation again absolutely and although the two issues are quite different with the move to bring a lot of the afghans who work i to the united states. I think it would be a really good. Pr time for the president did not only take care of the afghans who worked for its oily. But for those who worked. I in have been deported. So let's let's hopefully on august eleventh. Bring all those guys on. Yeah yeah absolutely. I think It it it. It just shows the type of nation that we are you know that we keep our word to our allies and our our work to our troops There are some folks still up in the hills of vietnam that have been in hiding now over twenty five years and that are currently being wiped out by the government there You know those were allies. They fought along our side You know in vietnam and they're still being persecuted and you know those. Are the people that you know. In order to maintain credibility to protect american interests. You know around the world and in our nation our borders and our way of life we need to We need to. We need to keep our word and we need to. We need to do right by them. So yeah i would love to see that. Spend trippers come home. Our troops come home and you know all those that helped us along the way Come to this nation. Well before we let you go and get them. Well-needed rest there Tell our listeners how they can contribute in to the cause in talk about your website as well because maybe Some vets wanna walk a day or so along the route with you. Yeah no absolutely. Our website is. Www dot american veterans homefront initiative dot com. Yes i know. It's long i had to rethink the name. I guess but american veterans homefront initiative dot com has a little button there they can contribute to pay pow And you know a lot of folks have been winding by us water and snacks. But we can't carry that on. So i always cell phone you know say that money To contribute twenty twenty five bucks at all goes a long way. We would help us again any funds. That aren't used to this. I wound folks. Remember that these for these funds just the current Issue that we're on but we are. This nonprofit is set up to help veterans you know and Her time in their lives when they need the one thing. That is unique is that we don't Handout inside and everything is Through short equity. And you know it's because you know our veterans don't want any handouts they wanna hand up and that's how we how we operate this organization. Excellent well you know we're wishing you the best in. Hey keep slogging those miles my friend. I mean that's something impressive stuff. Seven hundred fifty mile. Ruck is that's that's longer than i've So a at least once. I mean yeah i. I'm sure you got your miles in their. Y'all got some house but not not is all at once like that my friend. Hey we're we're pulling for you but like yeah. Let's definitely keep in touch. And you know especially when you get closer to brownsville. Which is your right outside of brownsville. Isn't it Where you're dealing in any point would be boca chica but The the the event will be. We'll come right back into brownsville. They have retired. First sergeant marine corps. First arjun out there. And i called her up. I served with her about twenty years ago. After the coordinate that for us christine. I aren't christine almost out there. And she's handling the the event and all the logistics for that to make sure that we have a good a good press that we're able to continue to get the message out so You're more than welcome. join us. August eleventh and brownsville. Texas sir act. Excellent excellent folks ramon castro from from I'm gonna try to say this without getting it. All mixed up. American american veterans homefront initiative. I always get tongue-tied on that. But yeah if you can support that in any way please do folks and before we go if you wanna get software app on your phone. Download our free mobile app and get easy access or articles. Podcast gear reviews all perfectly formatted to year.
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"Castro's Cuban revolution was just a year old Jose Martinez, a pilot with a national airline, found himself in a strange position. Martinez was secretly working for the CIA and was chosen to fly Fidel's brother, Raul Castro. Back from a trip to Europe. Martinez shared this with the CIA's man in Havana American William Murray, who told CIA headquarters According to CIA documents. The response was swift. Tell the pilot to arrange a quote accident to remove Raul Castro, then Cuba's military leader, It was ah plot of opportunism that fell into the CIA's lap. That's Peter Corn Blue. He's with the National Security Archive, a private research group. Now. Time was short. Murray and Martinez discussed options during a car ride to the Havana airport as the pilot prepared to fly the Europe. This was what Murray called an emergency meeting. He only had one opportunity to convey the mission. Martinez raised the possibility of crashing into the Atlantic Ocean. Knowing this would be suicidal. He actually said if I die, will you make sure that my two sons have their college education paid for? The CIA agreed to pay Is Martinez with wheels up in Havana. It wasn't clear what he might do. And shortly after he left CIA headquarter sent updated instructions to the Havana station. Drop the matter. That was problematic. There was now no way to contact the pilot. Let's pause here to note that half baked CIA plots to kill the Castros are well documented part of the larger anti communist crusade at the time. Lillian Gara is head of Cuban studies at the University of Florida. It's like a combination of extreme American paternalism, combined with racism and disdain and contempt for Latin Americans, and so that drives their inability to see things Peter Corn. Blue has researched these schemes for decades when I casually asked how his day was going, he said. I woke up at five o'clock in the morning dreaming of CIA assassination plots and Cuba 1976 Senate report made a brief, tantalizing reference to this first CIA attempt to kill either Castro. But the details were redacted. Then one month ago as Raul Castro prepared to retire corn blue returned to a massive archive of declassified government documents. And found the full story Very few people are aware of the details of this incredible plot against pro Castro really applied that deserves to be known in its entirety. Which brings us back to the pilot, Jose Martinez. So what did he do? Ultimately, he delivered Raul Castro back to Cuba Safe and sound. In a few months later, Martinez defected to the US Surely after this aborted effort, the CIA began work on a much larger operation that also didn't go as planned. The Bay of Pigs break my re NPR news. This is NPR news here on KQED Public Radio. It's 7 19. We have Wednesday morning traffic.
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"Representative Joaquin Castro will be answering this party's base to believe that their election was stolen. And that was the point. That was the thing that would get people so angry. Think about that. What it would take to get a large group of thousands of Americans so angry to storm the capital. That was the purpose behind Donald Trump. Saying that the election had been rigged. And that the election had been stolen and to be clear what he says The election is stolen. What he's saying is that the victory and he even says one time the election victory. It's been stolen from them. Think about how significant that is. Two Americans again. You're right over 70 million think 74 Million people voted. For Donald Trump. This wasn't a one off comment. It wasn't one time it was over and over and over and over and over again. With a purpose. We're not having this impeachment trial here because Donald Trump contested the election. As I said during the presentation, and nobody here wants to lose an election. We all run our races to win our elections. What President Trump did was different. But our commander in chief did was the polar opposite of what we're supposed to do. We let the people decide the elections. Except President Trump. He directed all of that rage that he had incited to January 6. The last chance that's this again to him. This was his last chance. This was certifying the election results. He needed to whip up that mob. AMP. Them Up enough Get out there and try to stop the election results the certification of the election. And you all They took over the Senate chamber. To do that. They almost took over the House chamber. There were 50 or so or more house members who are scared, literally scared for their lives up in the gallery. Woman who bought into that big lie. Died. Because she believed the president's big lie. This resulted in a loss of one of his supporters lives. Capitol Police officer died that day. Other of President Trump's supporters. To Capitol police officers ended up taking their own lives. Defense counsel. Their defense is basically everything President Trump Trump did is okay and he could do it again. Is that what we believe? There is no problem with that. It's perfectly fine if he does the same thing all over again. This is dangerous. He's inciting his base. He was using the claim of a rigged election. We have never seen somebody do that, over and over and over again, tell Ally say, six months ahead of time that it's a rigged election. There is a dangerous consequence to that. You've got millions of followers on Twitter and millions of followers on Facebook, and you've got that huge bully pulpit from the White House and you're the president of the United States. There is a cost to doing that. People are listening to you in a way that quite honestly, they're not listening to me, and they're not listening to all of us in this room. I just want to clear up the defense counsel made a point about something that I read earlier. Defense counsel suggested I misspoke. And I just want to clarify for the record. But the tweet I referenced. Let me read you the tweet directly if a Democrat presidential candidate had election rigged and stolen With proof of such acts at a level never seen before the Democrats, senators would consider it an act of war and fight to the death. Mitch in the Republicans do nothing. Just want to let it pass, no fight. So Donald Trump was equating what Democrats would do if their election was stolen. He said they'd fight to the death. Why do you think he sends that tweet? Because he's trying to say Hey, the other side would fight to the death so you should fight to the death. May. Do we read that any other way? Spring House impeachment manager. What came Castro answering that question there? The senator from Missouri, Mr President, my behalf and on behalf of Senator Kramer, I sent a question to the desk..
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"I'm Cheryl Castro Live in the WSB 24 hour news Center. Investigators say it could take years to complete the investigation into a deadly chemical leak at a whole county food plant. Right now. Chemical Safety Board CEO Katherine Limo says they're focusing on a newly installed system at the foundation food plant, major portions of the liquid nitrogen system, both interior and exterior. Were installed and commissioned in the last 4 to 6 wait. Six workers, five men and a woman were killed. Police are investigating a triple shooting that happened in a busy shopping area off Camp Creek Parkway. He's point. Police say three teens, Two boys and a girl were shot sometime after nine o'clock last night. The injuries include gunshots to an arm, a leg and a shoulder. No word. Of suspects just yet. George's coronavirus death right still very high Yesterday, 159 confirmed Cova deaths nearly 5000 You confirmed cases, state health officials are closely watching for variants of covert 19. So far, we have documented 18 Coben virus variants here in Georgia. All of them are what we call the B 117 variant, which is also known as the UK variant. That state epidemiologist Dr Sherri Dress Nick on Channel two Action News. The CDC says the fast spreading UK variant could become dominant in the U. S by March and Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says she'll never apologize over some of her recent controversial actions and social media posts. Here's WSB is Jennifer Perry with Maurin a Saturday tweet. Green says she spoke with former President Trump by phone, saying she's grateful for his support. Conversation comes as several lawmakers call for her to be removed from Congress. Georgia Democratic Congresswoman Nicky Mo Williams will co sponsor a resolution this week to censure green, calling her actions dangerous and unpatriotic. W WSB news time 11 32 just ahead live team coverage of traffic and weather. Here's three great.
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"Joaquin Castro and his fellow Democrats engaged in the exact sort of frivolousness that he was warning about. Just five days after his appearance. Maxine Waters was already talking about impeach Congresswoman Waters We really wanted also have you on because you are making news today, saying Donald Trump's actions are leading himself to possible impeachment. Explain to me why you are going there two weeks into his presidency. Well, First of all, just let me say these are not normal times we have a president who has created chaos and division. So many questions about his conflict of interest lies about whether or not he's separated himself. From the businesses. He claimed he would separate himself from not showing his tax returns. Put his arms around Putin defending poo from working with him. I want to know and a lot of people want to know was there, collusion between Putin and the Kremlin and this president? As they had R D and C and I, d. Triple C and some of us we want to know how deep does that go? We want Congresswoman. What's the evidence? Forgive me for jumping in, but But what is the evidence that would lead to impeachment here? Well, that's what I'm telling you. We have investigations that have already started. There's an investigation and the Senate Intelligence Committee. In the house. You have investigations going on in several places. In several ways, this man is questionable just because he was questionable in the eyes of Maxine Waters. That did not, of course, mean that he had committed any impeachable offenses, but as water said investigations were.