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Mark Levin Calls out New York Times, Media Matters, & Mediaite

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

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

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Chapman double in 9th leads Blue Jays over Astros 4-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Chapman double in 9th leads Blue Jays over Astros 4-3

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Ohtani overpowers in 2-way performance, Angels blank Astros

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Ohtani overpowers in 2-way performance, Angels blank Astros

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"castro" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

03:30 min | Last month

"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.

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How Did Morgan Zegers Become the Anti-Communist She Is Today?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

How Did Morgan Zegers Become the Anti-Communist She Is Today?

"How does a 25 year old born in America end up being as anti communist? Some who have listened have heard your story before, but it was a long time ago. So share with us your incredible college story that kind of lit the fuse. Yeah, so I went to American university in Washington D.C. and my roommate was a communist with a poster of Mao Zedong, Lenin Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro on her wall. And as she has these mass murderers and dictators on the wall, she was telling me that her ideas, the similar ideas to the men on the poster, they were going to end poverty in America and uplift the working class and bring progress in all the usual talking points, and something in my brain just didn't compute and not only that, I mean, I knew that that didn't add up. But I just didn't know what to say to her. And so that really sent me on a mission to help young people in America that understand at the core that, you know, these guys were really bad mass murderers and dictators, but we just don't know what to say to our peers that are falling for it. I want to help equip them with the truth and equip them with the way to have a conversation that could change a heart and mind, because what really inspires me, there's this Michigan state university study that said the best way to change a young person's opinion with an imposing viewpoint is actually hearing it from a peer, not from a parent or a professor. So we really like to use that concept of peer rationale to reach as many young people as possible.

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Why Did Larry Taunton Visit Cuba?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Why Did Larry Taunton Visit Cuba?

"Hey folks, welcome back. We're talking to my friend Larry Alex Taunton, who knows a little bit about communism. In fact, ten minutes ago, or maybe it was two days ago, he was in Cuba. Larry, why? Were you in Cuba? Well, it's interesting, Eric, I've wanted the opportunity to get into Cuba for many, many years now, and it seems I was always blocked. And on this occasion, I had the opportunity to go for humanitarian reasons, but it gave me the opportunity to really look at the underbelly of communism there. And of course, what you find is that any communist state, kind of like Islamic states, they create cookie cutter a country. They all kind of look the same in terms of their poverty, the way their secret police operates. And in this kind of thing. But Cuba relates to our conversation about Ukraine. In explaining why we are where we are. John F. Kennedy decided that the west simply would not tolerate a Russian missiles 90 miles off of our coast. We were very nervous about having a Russian puppet state, rightly so, right off of the coast of the United States, bay of pigs happened all of these things. The efforts to destabilize the Castro regime. Well, this time it's reversed. The Russians see us. As putting a puppet state right up against their border

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The Motto of the Left, Cruel to the Kind, Kind to the Cruel

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

The Motto of the Left, Cruel to the Kind, Kind to the Cruel

"People don't want to acknowledge the evil, it's a, this is the fundamental flaw in leftism. So what happens is the left embodies the ancient Jewish aphorism, those who are cruel to the kind will be kind to the cruel or those who are kind to the cruel will be cruel to the kind. Justin Trudeau is kind to Fidel Castro and cruel to his truckers. Justin Trudeau embodies the moral disconnect. That is described in the ancient Jewish work of the talmud. He is cruel to the kind and kind to the cruel. That is the motto of the left.

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Is Canada Becoming Cuba?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Is Canada Becoming Cuba?

"The more you know about what is happening in Canada, the more you understand that it's evolving toward a communist state. It will allow free enterprise under its control as we're having now in America. So it's more technically fascist than communist. But it's a full blown pro communist Marxist who was the head of Canada. Justin Trudeau. I have in my column today, the complete eulogy he gave for Fidel Castro, even at the time, I think it was 2016. It was the most positive statement about Fidel Castro made by a western leader. That's because he and his father marxists.

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The Communist Takeover of Canada Is Truly Disturbing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 3 months ago

The Communist Takeover of Canada Is Truly Disturbing

"I don't remember the last time. I was as early even if the word worried is accurate, truly disturbed to the depths of my soul, that would be more accurate. Than I am about the communist. Takeover of Canada. I never use words hyperbolically. I didn't think Trudeau was a communist. Till I saw what he did and then I looked it up and sure enough the man considers China to be an ideal ideally run country and he had only magnificent praise for Fidel Castro. The prime minister of Canada is a communist. He's a communist morally, not just economically. See people think communism is an economic system. It's a system of cruelty. It's a system of tyranny. It's a system of barbarity and in all those contexts just in Trudeau qualifies.

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The Communist Takeover of China Is Truly Disturbing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 3 months ago

The Communist Takeover of China Is Truly Disturbing

"I don't remember the last time. I was as early even if the word worried is accurate, truly disturbed to the depths of my soul, that would be more accurate. Than I am about the communist. Takeover of Canada. I never use words hyperbolically. I didn't think Trudeau was a communist. Till I saw what he did and then I looked it up and sure enough the man considers China to be an ideal ideally run country and he had only magnificent praise for Fidel Castro. The prime minister of Canada is a communist. He's a communist morally, not just economically. See people think communism is an economic system. It's a system of cruelty. It's a system of tyranny. It's a system of barbarity and in all those contexts just in Trudeau qualifies.

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Trudeau Says ‘Fringe Minority’ in Trucker Convoy With ‘Unacceptable Views’ Don’t Represent Canadians

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 4 months ago

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.

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What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 5 months ago

What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

"I had never heard the words bigot or xenophobe or misogynist before until my first day of college where we had diversity and equity training. Have you guys heard of that? And that was I think 5 years ago at this point. It was years and years ago, and it was just coming on the scene, and look how fast everything's changed in America, where now people are saying that they can just make up any gender or any pronoun that they want. But that's where I first learned these words of diversity training and everything that the left is now using to divide us with their cultural Marxism tactics. And of course, one of the worst stories was when they advocated for a segregated cafe on my campus. Now I tell you all this so that you understand college is a weird experience for most average Americans these days. But what really set me off and what started my journey into what I do now, I run the nonprofit young Americans against socialism. It was the moment I walked into a house off campus that I was moving into my last year. It turns out my roommate had a poster that just kept catching my attention as I'm trying to talk with her trying to get introduced to her. I'm trying to respect her with eye contact, but I keep looking to the oversight of the wall and I'm wondering, why is this drawing my attention and then I realized? It's because I recognize the men on a poster on her wall. It was Mao Zedong, Lennon, Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro, the poster said, welcome to the party. And these mass murderers and dictators that were on my roommate's wall had these party hats on, and they had these fruity little cocktail umbrella drinks. And I looked at her and I had no idea what to say. No idea what to say. And so I just looked at her and I said, what's that? What is that? And she looked at me with the biggest smile on her face, and she said, oh, I'm a communist. And from then on, you guys, you would think that little mess upstate New York daughter of a colonel served on operation Iraqi freedom served at 9 11. You'd think I would know what to say when I met a communist, right? I'm a big history nerd thanks to my parents, but no. I had absolutely no idea what to say to a communist with mass murderers and dictators on her wall that was giving me the same talking points that we hear all the time throughout the 20th century and from the leftists of America today that her version of communism if done right this time because it's never been done right before, would bring equity for all it would end poverty. It would support the working class and bring dignity to them, all the usual talking points. I had no idea what to say to somebody who was able to push that kind of rhetoric onto me. And it was such a disappointing

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Pat Sajak Has a Special Christmas Message to His Fellow Californians Amid Crime Surge

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Pat Sajak Has a Special Christmas Message to His Fellow Californians Amid Crime Surge

"Out a tweet. Again, I guess a conservative who has survived all these years. A Christmas message to my fellow Californians, he writes, if you plan to steal merchandise, please keep it under $950. That way, it's a misdemeanor and you'll be less likely to be prosecuted. More importantly, there will be more left for others to steal. Remember, Christmas is for sharing. Now, obviously, pat sajak's tweet is dripping with sarcasm. But this guy, this thief isn't sharp bean sarcastic. Here's cut number 9. This is a San Francisco shoplifter giving an interview to KPIX 5 outside a safe way in San Francisco's famous Castro district. Listen to this. I think that they're not very good because I've personally been able to shoplift from here with relative ease. I've been able to shoplift from here with relative ease. That's a shoplifter. He's on camera. Now he has a mask on because, well, you know, it's San Francisco. He doesn't want to be a super spreader. He just wants to steal from the Safeway, but he wants to do it, the correct way, with a mask on. So that none of the store clerks that he's terrorizing might get COVID.

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Remembering 'A Time for Choosing Speech' by Ronald Reagan

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 6 months ago

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

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What is 'Community Journalism?'

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 7 months ago

What is 'Community Journalism?'

"I have an entire book on this as you know on freedom of the press and an entire chapter on all these so called reporters saying it's time that we not be objective and we should take sides and this is a different time And we got to deal with this but it's not new It's something that is taught in journalism schools throughout America By people like this clown professor Rosen but many many others I've told you it's called public journalism or community journalism in the ideology behind this Is a left wing audiology That you're push social activism You don't just report stores there has to be a purpose and they love The late not so great John Dewey One of the so called progressive intellectuals we've talked about and I've written about so I won't cover that again So these are ideologues These are American marxists They support these various American Marxist movements They would say you're calling me a Marxist They are what they are I said American marxists not Soviet marxists not Castro American Marxism a certain type of Marxism That's what they are That's what Jackie coms is in

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Astros score seven two-out runs in the top of the ninth to seal ALCS Game 4 win

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Astros score seven two-out runs in the top of the ninth to seal ALCS Game 4 win

"Castro's tie breaking single open the floodgates for the Astros in a seven run ninth inning on the way to a nine to two ALCS game four win over the red Sox Castro's two out hit off Boston pitcher Nathan Eovaldi put Houston up three to two on the heels of Jose L. two bays tying solo blast in the eighth Michael Brantley added a bases clearing double in Houston's win to tie the series at two games apiece Cynder Bogart's had a two run shot for the red Sox postseason record twenty first home run in the first guess

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Armando Simón Exposes the Left's Lies About Christopher Columbus

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Armando Simón Exposes the Left's Lies About Christopher Columbus

"And we know what marxists do to history Well there's a piece today in where is this Sorry folks issues and insights By amando Simone the let me read this to you The accusation which often sound more like insults than rational accusations about Columbus Range from the gruesome claiming he chopped off Indians hands for not bringing gold or carrying out genocide total fabrications To the infantile ridiculing the fact that one of his ships sunk he was not the captain of that particular ship and they were sailing an uncharted seas Abounding in hidden reefs to the stupid Democrat politicians and Native Americans claiming that Columbus carried out genocide in North America where he never set foot nor sail Nonetheless we can expect the usual posturing and slogan airing on Columbus day as you heard By historically illiterate leftists in indigenous people some of the latter being about as Native American as Elizabeth Warren One should consult primary sources preferably in the original Spanish and not in translations His log book they called the capitulations legal documents also known as the book of privileges The contemporary biographies and especially Lewis Castro vehi testamento And others Both written by friar bartolome de la casas was every schoolchild in Spain and the Caribbean nose was the apostle of the Indians for working indefatigably to protect the Indians from his fellow Spaniards De la casas never mentions Columbus committing any crimes And a Las casas did not shrink from the accusing anyone When the contrary mentions Columbus as a constantly protecting the

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Astros walk twice with bases loaded in 9th, beat Rays 4-3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Astros walk twice with bases loaded in 9th, beat Rays 4-3

"The Astros walk twice with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to pull out of four three triumph over the rays Houston was two outs from a loss until Chas McCormick and pinch hitter Jason Castro walked with the bases full Alex Bregman and Jose out to they hit solo homers for the Astros who ended a four game skid and reduced their magic number to one for winning their fourth AL west title in five years Castro said it was some victory on down early was was not a great start but you know because you did a great job keeping us close couple digits by regular mail to bank to kind of keep us back in there Bregman sixth inning blast into Tampa bay's no hit bid the race took a three two lead when Randy arose arena hit a solo Homer off Phil Maton on with one out in the ninth on the ferry

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"castro" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"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.

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"castro" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

07:58 min | 8 months ago

"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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Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 9 months ago

Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America

"Heard about the six thousand nineteen project which since we don't have a ton of time i will simply say is evil and full of baloney but when you want some more details i would If you're going to reject something as utterly as i have you wanna be able to back it up with a big book. That has all the facts. Well mary gray bar. Who is my guest. Has written a book called debunking the sixteen nineteen project exposing the plan to divide america. Mary great bar. Welcome thank you. Well listen you. You wrote a book called debunking howard zinn exposing the fake history that turned generation against america. It's devastating stuff. I mean let's start there. Who are these people that obviously you know for lack of a better verb hate america. Why are they putting forward narratives. That are not only pernicious but are actually false. There's no question that howard johnson's version of america and the six thousand nineteen projects version america. This is complete nonsense being pedal as though it were true. Why do these people want to destroy the greatest nation in the history of the world. Well i think they have some personal resentment of howard. Zinn nicole hannah jones. Who is the creator of sixteen. Nineteen project have slightly different. Motivations both are promoting a kind of neo marxist version of history howard zinn of course was a one time member of the communist party and his allegiance was to communism and he hated this country and he hoped to foment a communist revolution. Nicole hannah jones from her interviews. And what. I've read about her and things that she has said has this resentment towards this country She believes perhaps going back to her family. that was mistreated because of their race. The black side of famish used biracial believes that this country has not treated her fairly and she believes in off. The fidel castro's cuba. She praises that regime. She she took a trip there and her politics are aligned with the squad of the democratic party. The far left. She wants to see a redistribution of wealth. She wants socialized healthcare. And so this is a history that kind of fits in. She may not be as aware of the real history is howard zinn but she refuses to take any kind of criticism. How would kind of enlightened her as to what really did

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"castro" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"castro" Discussed on WSB-AM

"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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"castro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"castro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"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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"castro" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"castro" Discussed on Latino USA

"Roland Sylvain was born in Haiti, , though by the time of his birth in Nineteen, , seventy, , eight, , most of his family had one foot. . My grandfather actually was the one that started it. . He had issues in Haiti for political reasons things like that. . His grandfather's problems started during the brutal dictatorship of President Francois Duvalier who's usually known as Papa doc hopper allowed no political dissent while he ruled the mortality rate of political prisoners reportedly was the worst in the world he and his son known as baby talk ruled over Haiti from the late. Nineteen . fifties till the made one, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , eighty s for the first time in nearly thirty years of Duvalier, , dictatorships Haitians are talking openly about overthrowing their leader ruling doesn't know exactly what went wrong. . But by the time he was born, , his grandfather was building a new life for himself in New York City. . He was one of tens of thousands of Haitians who came to the US around that time. . have been fleeing their island claiming to be refugees from political repression within a few years rowlands grandfather got settled and was able to bring the rest of his family to New York legally. . and. . So in December of one, , thousand, , nine, hundred, , , eighty, , five, , little seven year old role in boarded a plane in shorts and a tee shirt and flew to John F. Kennedy airport in New York City. . And given the time of the year New York. . City was a little bit of shock. . Possible world where was that freezing? ? But then a bunch of his relatives pulled up in a really big van and had a run at one of the stores inside the airport and get us coats may bundle them up and welcomed rolling to America. . From the moment he arrived in the US. . Roland was a legal permanent resident and his life became very American very quickly after a couple of years living in Brooklyn, , his parents moved him and his siblings to the New Jersey suburbs Roland finished high school and got a job at a chemical plant became the manager there everybody loved me because I was the youngest guy a job. . He started making good money. . Then after nine eleven he got laid off for a while which someone else might have seen as a glass half empty kind of situation. . But Roland he saw freedom. . Just had fun I had my four one k. that was loaded sides. . I took the 401k he took off on the road kept going back to Montreal Miami Atlanta well. . Texas. . I. . Did Texas a few Tom I was teenager. . Enjoying myself and it was on one of these trips that Roland got pulled over for speeding. . This traffic stop and the events that followed would lead role in story to collide a few years. . Later with another man's a teenager whose unusual journey through the United States immigration system has derailed tens of thousands of people's lives. . We're going to tell you both of their stories because the trouble rolling got into is still haunting him now. . It's threatening almost everything he assumed to be true about his life and he isn't the only one. .

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"castro" Discussed on Meanwhile On Our Plane

Meanwhile On Our Plane

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"castro" Discussed on Meanwhile On Our Plane

"In this episode, I'll be speaking Ricardo Castro he's astounded by in the London cost come way and coverage five different rose all tracks in the show. Ricardo has been in choice such fame, a motown, the musical he is currently working on new musical ps terrible person. Way Chat about his career has dunk Manila and of course, all things come for away. But full that his of news from the come from away while this week. The sweetest production opened this week at the Oscar taught heaton data in awe cropping jude sites you distancing the show is playing to an audience of fifty people, his some reviews from the Swedish press. A rush fair good comedy SPD Coccia, a melodic catchy folk-rock sound that stays in memory the an Coccia. A womb hotted and original lineup that gets hope for humanity norrkoping. Technical Amazingly. Good. Broadway weld. If anyone's listening or getting. See Swedish to show. I'd love to hear from you maybe even chats about the show. So let me in London News are wanted to say congratulations to a London Kevin, Guy Jonathan under hugh is being nominated for best actor at the Black Britain center woods for his role income from away. I also wanted to congratulate tiring calendar for his nomination for best supporting actor in Hamilton, which using just before he joined the London cost of comfort way way as currently plan novice. The black breeches fater would be broadcast in the UK on skype calls in October. My recommendation for this week is going to be the new sheriff from fifty buffet to channel a brand new series showcasing well-known music classics performed by the cream of British international music who fits talent. Each episode is staged and filmed high production values on location at fear DECAF in off the West. End. The. First thirty minute episode were launched the Second Tiber and he's going to be available to purchase a twelve pound. Four new episodes planned for release in twenty twenty with the second famed episode to be released to Halloween. The first episode Will Feature Tearing Kalunda From Comfort Way saying on Broadway from spiky Joe's cafe, as well as a whole host of Western styles including Carrie hope, Fletcher, Might Henry and Lucy joins speaker find out more about the series on half website. Please get in touch and let me know if you have any comfort away recommendations you'd like share he can find me on twitter or instagram at cf I underscore musical or you can email main one on our plane at Chemo Dot Com I. Hope you enjoy much with recall the city want to introduce yourself. People? All right. My name is Ricardo Castro. I'm an actor. Income from away. And What let's start to figure how did to get into performance that you always know you wanted to be actor. No I had no idea like I got into acting very laid back. into acting in like my. Mid, twenties like maybe. A bit earlier than that. But I always want to be a singer that was kind of like a dream like from when I was from remember myself as a child like I had a microphone and I really wanted to be a singer does it I just didn't. I grew up in Portugal in Lisbon although I'm from Brazil. And in Brazil you have a Huge musical background like as part of the culture. As well in Portugal but in a different way but it's just not a career path that people choose performing arts is not as readily available with. Tuition and you know like after school clubs and things that you guys have here in the UK, you know it's kind of part of the culture training in the it's is something that's just like anything else isn't it and you just don't have that many options. So you see kind of people in theater in my head I, compare them to kind of like the circus like, oh, my gosh shows amazing who are they and then they go hear from them again like it's kind of like you have no idea where they came from northern or are they going? So that's kind of why grew up with so musically and creatively I went towards classical piano. Essentially all I did until I was eighteen like so I went to a conservatorium Portugal go into one of the best schools which was amazing at the time because it had nothing to do with finance because the school itself was free, but you have to get married and like the whole country can compete at in so. It was amazing to be able to to get it and I worked really hard while I was there. But always knowing that I wasn't going to be a concert pianist like. I think it was just my outlet to be. A performer in some way or another, and then when when I hit high school and a lot hotter than what I wanna do with my life, I had zero idea and I finished school. I went to an American School in Portugal. Sorry it's really confusing. It got to my last year in everyone like American kids just like talk about college in. College. In College and everything was college college outside of. Like I have zero ambition to go to college. So I, kind of research colleges in America and applied to some like my sat's in all of those things. That you do in American school. But in my my heart wasn't in any of that obviously nothing came through. So I just a couple of my friends, we're going to come to the U K for gap year in music and I thought my gosh it's amazing and it was a chorus which now is the university but back then it was just like a vindication kind of course. it was in. Popular music but with with the emphasis in singing. Awesome sounds great. One year I thought cannot go wrong. So I actually came out about four or five of my friends from Portugal. The course and it was amazing like I had the best time. I just remember the first time when I was eighteen just turned eighteen and it was my first time. I was on stage like when we had to perform live with a live band and they have they have a sound department and Lighting Department. In all of a sudden I was on stage in that feeling, I will never forget like of being on stage for the first time and he remind voice through the Monitor's. Just like owning and stuff and I loved it. I loved it and from then on. I. Think That's when I knew I'd wanted to pursue some kind of performing by didn't know what then and I kind of just. Carried on singing writing music. So my primary focus was being singer-songwriter One of my teachers wasn't into musical theater. And she told me about it outside and I've seen I, know musical west side story and if you think knew nothing about the background and she literally I need to get into this. So she got me like fires for mountain view and and look at those broacher versions and I can't afford any of those like this is just there's no way I can go through this past. So I bypass that went traits London and started auditioning get open auditions thought why not I initially thought London needs me which is. That, kind of like perception kind of got me through my first few auditions and and regardless of the actually got job from an open audition one of my first. Tour. With musical fame in. Europe. That was it was my first and I learned a lot in that job because I just didn't have like the theater etiquette. From from going to college like so I missed a few things but because I'm I'm quite disciplined anyways and I'm quite respectful. I. Just took a step back and observe others rather than be like I know what I'm doing what I'm doing not. Time to familiarize myself with the theater environments because I knew I wasn't from there just the best I could do, and from there I got an agent in London and eventually I trained and stuff. But I, didn't go into the three years because I was already working. So just kind of. Focused on acting a bit later yet. Once I realized arcade I need to work on.

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"castro" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"What about Castro saying that he was a reformer not a communist it was a long tradition in your times of having people who see no enemy to the left nice grace one of the reasons either probably dropping this is why I've been getting free copies of The New York Times in my driveway for about a month now because they're trying to get me to sign for the New York times so what does that tell you about the circulation of the new York times that I'm getting it for free but there some poor dummy who's paying for it it says a lot about them let let me ask you this so so you talk about how the the election of president trump the re election is so important what can the president do to turn this back because they hamstring him at every turn and once if he does win reelection and I don't trust the validity of our elections but that's another conversation if he does win reelection how does he turn this around to the point where the next president can't just bring it all back well I think first of all he has to think in terms of putting the house the Senate and the presidency because he needs all three to achieve the goals he wants second he needs to define clearly who the left is needed some other alliances between posting and he did some of that in that speech is a starting point third is going to get the economy growing nothing will work for him unless the economy is growing and is a fascinating report out today but if you're in the all of the slowest growing states or blue states with blue governors who are all liberals in a world keeping things to lock up including Cuomo one of the fastest growing states are red states we have people who've always been skeptical of government controls and whether really begin to grow pretty rapidly he does have anything to watch how this economy which would trump is going to get the economy doing well enough believe he's capable of recreating the prosperity we had back in February and then third reason here I think he's going to propose very big bold ideas including probably a one year high of payroll tax holiday in a hundred percent expensing for business to lotus modernized everything and I think transparency in healthcare costs you can actually know what you're paying for and you can shop for what turned the prices can also is going to be a very big infrastructure program to allow us to compete with the Chinese on the scale of the infrastructure and have the most modern roads railroads highways airports in the world all of that that kind of a big prosody program the contrast with lower button posted here we go I think we do a lot to help getting reelected yeah yeah it's it's just so interesting because I do let me tell you I do fear when I see and this and that's why am I listen I I was I was totally prepared for a Hillary Clinton presidency I'm like alright this one going to do I'm gonna have to expound on gonna move to Grenada it's okay there's an American hospital there have a plan already I was already for Hillary Clinton presidency I am so fearful of a Joe Biden presidency because Joe Biden becomes president you watch the stock market tanked the next day house values are going to plummet it's going to be a mess and we will be to your point it's going to be California everywhere so one more question if they want to make us all California what is the purpose of that because the economy tanks and the everybody goes bankrupt you know we we we find a place for him no but they have power you may be ruined but they get power some of the run Chicago forty nine years they've done a wonderful job their goal is power motorcycles power they have power over people who have nothing so what power I mean what power do I mean so they just sit around and and everybody else just you know rebels against them and that's that turn and if you watch Sacramento the Democrats in California are looting the state on behalf of their interest groups it's said that to me is just fascinating because they don't understand I guess they just retired then and they go off with their millions and go live in another country and says see you later and that's that and the rest of us pick up the pieces I guess more than either of those two year with the making of money they can afford to have you know they they can be in a position to have the the security guards and then going to be safe and not worry about it and then eventually the people turn on them and it doesn't end well it's very ugly ugly looking yeah this I find this fascinating as I. I know yes you try to questions about the book we're gonna talk about other things but I I just I think it's a great read and it's at the right point in history and the right point in time it's called trump and the American future solving the great problems of our time and it's available it's on Amazon right now right fine yeah so it so it is available right now you can follow the speaker Newt Gingrich is at New Gingrich on Twitter and and pick up the book because like I said there's just so much more that we did not get to and the timing of this book just absolutely fascinates me a great job Mister speaker thank you so much for joining me today great community thank you and have a great week it's ten forty Bucks his it yeah it's forty minutes after the top of the hour a merry Walter in for Brian Kilmeade your with Brian.

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"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

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"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

"So when I walked through the doors of Song Land. I had no idea who it was going to be four and then when I found out that her was my artist. I'm like I can really hear her singing. This like she would kill it and just take it to a whole other level so for my first take of singing in front of the producers and her I remember. My heart was beating out of my chest. Sweaty palms like short of breath. Like all all of that. I was just so nervous and as a songwriter. I feel like it's even more vulnerable to do something like this because you're going in front of Grammy Award. Winning Songwriter Producers and a Grammy Award winning artist. And you're singing a song that you wrote from your heart you're just spilling your guts out. That was nerve wracking for me. Hello cool to be here. This is a song called wrong places. Let's hear it for all the wrong case. A look all these faces always looking for on one trump concern kill question. Mccain home that just think how I was told young to set but I just love tools. Sentimental looking for someone to write although woods to my instrumental. It's bitch bitches. Only thing green. How does make just onto the god she gets? After I finished singing Ryan header got the piano and he picked up the courts right away I was like Oh my God. He's playing these chords. It's crazy like they were coming up with ideas only me tell me that you think they don't even more like that could be the bridge. They started like changing a few different lines. Who'd have said show me how to love and then we again. I'm always looking for us when wind drunk and faded yes and even like lust with trust to like. It's this is just like when you're warned drunken faded. It was just the coolest constructive criticism that I've never really had the opportunity to have 'cause it's always just been me sending into my phone or just writing in my notes so just to have that bounceback with people that are just so well respected in the industry. I never thought in a million years that I would have that type of opportunity and that in itself was so cool so when I got to move to the second round I remember like like who who am I going to work with. I would be happy any which way because they're all amazing and so. I walked into the room and I saw Ryan. I was so excited. Because I'm such a big Fan of Ryan header as I am with the other producers as well but I just remember like when apologize came out ahead of my space in like anytime I would go. Through break-up apologize would be my song on my space to fit my mood so to even be in his presence. I was like I wanted to like bow down to him. But we sat down at first before even got into the music aspect of it and we just went through line by line and we were like okay. Let's make sure every single line makes sense. I was told him to settle age. Ain't the thing I'm just to sino-middle. Aj thing there at his age thing too sentimental so we changed lyrics to just kind of conclude each line. Originally it was looking for Lebanon. All the wrong places looking for love and all of these faces so we wanted to say looking for love and all the wrong places looking for love and all the wrong faces. We definitely changed that and we changed the end of the hook as well the lines. I've been feeling lonely. Homie told me that you think I'm pretty. Show me how to love again. So that's kind of cool because it keeps it open to the imagination and anyone can really take that line and make it whatever they want to mean and then we actually facetime her. As well which I didn't expect and came up with an idea dinnenn e which I loved so it started with an acoustic element and then started to progressively grow throughout the track.

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"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

"My journey as a songwriter. I think it's been kind of difficult to be honest in songs you know and to take something from your bedroom more from voice note to really recording it and putting it out into the world so. I know how tough it can be to be a songwriter. Then you also learned that there isn't much to learn you just have to speak from the heart. You have to be honest with yourself in your riding. My sound is so many things it's arm be at the core but it's so many other things and you know I. It's definitely emotional sometimes. It's electric sometimes warm. I don't know if it's just one thing. It's it's everything what makes a great song a great melody. You know something. That's unforgettable and unforgettable melody and I think the truth you know something that you know everybody has has felt or gone through or can relate to. I think those things make a great sal. I feel really hard when I hear a song that reminds me of a moment or memory or that reminds me of something. I feel most of like the purple rain album. Made me feel so much you know Dangelo. Those are some of my favorites Alicia keys of Lauryn hill songs in the key of life. All those albums or like my favorite these albums play over and over again. It never gets old and I always feel like I don't know what it is. That feeling is when you hear a great song but I get it from all those albums. Songwriters are so important you know. They don't get enough recognition. But you know for a lot of artists. They make the art senior. They make they make a lot of people. Feel something and you would never know that. It's the person writing like I feel like a lot of songwriters. Artists have written so many songs in and you see them walking down the street and you would never think like he wrote you. Know wrecking ball or songs that we we've known our whole lives. They don't get enough recognition. The experience of being at saw land is much more special because people get to see behind the scenes of what happens in writing sessions. It's like you're literally watching a writing session happen. And that's very rare. You know that doesn't just happen. People don't get to sit in on sessions people writing hit songs. The energy here is is so free. And it's so fun and it's like there aren't any rules but to just make a great song that's really why being here. I love Ester she's so dope she's created so many hits. Somebody songs that I still play. That are still in my playlist. And she's just a cool person like she's a great energy and and I think that's why she so successful at what she does because she loves it Shane on my Gosh you know. National is one of my favorite places to right and he has so much of that Nashville him. That just makes me so anxious to get in the studio with him. He's just so warm in his writing is incredible like he has written so many songs that I love and I know he knows about storytelling like he's really about storytelling. And that's that's my way of writing. Just picking up a guitar and being able to talk it out right. I Fan girled when I walked in. Because I'm such a huge Ryan Fan like I'm a huge Ryan Fan. I told him his voice has always affected me like I love his voice so much so the fact that I got to work with him on the show was like it was kind of a dream. Come true it was. It was kind of like a a vision board thing because I'm such a big Fan. That was the amazing her. So now we're going to hear from the winning writer. Rick Kill Castro and her journey as a writer and how she created her winning.

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"castro" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Fidel Castro Castro's regime was brutal but much to the surprise of many Sanders continued to defend the lake comments later here's my friend and colleague Dennis Prager take it away folks back in the nineteen eighties Sanders had some positive things to say about the former Soviet Union and the Sandinistas in Nicaragua and everybody was totally convinced there is explaining why the Cuban people didn't rise up and help the U. S. overthrow Cuban leader Fidel Castro he truly transformed society we're very opposed to the authoritarian nature okay but but you don't because it's unfair to simply say everything is bad you know when Fidel Castro came into office you know what he did he had a massive literacy program it's not a bad thing even though Fidel Castro that he loved the dissidents imprisoned and and that's right and we condemn that please wait he condemned the okay like to first of all FIFA via please transform the society that's key that's exactly what the senators wants to do in the left wants to transform American society exactly right they love to Castro what's wrong with that he he he literacy campaign I've talked about this this is the left the left the left it does not think but clearly morally it's it's it's a broken moral compass show you can deprive people of all freedom you can torture people who want freedom but if you taught people how to read then you're you're that's a real plus what if somebody said you know listen and this is this study using advisedly this is a fair comparison obviously Castro did not have extermination camps what what if somebody said look of course with Hitler did to the Jews and others is despicable but on the other hand you know the guy did conquer inflation that was ravaging that Germany made full employment he built the autobahn able to Volkswagen slot more than that by the way ironically more than Castro did my answer to this but he's got full literacy folks I rather be illiterate and freed the literate and be told what I can read but the left doesn't value liberty therefore healthcare all health care right everybody got pretty crappy healthcare so for the tourists who visit and they've shown special hospitals this is this is the man this is another reason why I say I look to the Bible for six so much wisdom hello king arose a new federal rules actually king arose a new king arose who did not know Joseph the new generation arose that did not know communists that's what I could say about the new generation so they could vote for this fool this moral idiot.

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"castro" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Just trump of course drumpf lately I don't know if the Democrats realize that their messaging lately is that trump has to go because he has authoritarian impulses but Castro that's complex not all bad yeah that's senator Graham you literacy for all you kill ten thousand people the negative tell you what size soft drink you can buy but trump is an existential threat because of his authoritarian impulses but Fidel Castro thanks to bag some bad but good trump no good and America won't exist if he's reelected but Fidel Castro all we know Eric he killed at least ten thousand people for the crime of disagreeing with them but they are good Medicare does very good medical coverage for the people you didn't tell right right whether that is still white he talked to people that he did not match the car Paul reed and other here also and die this is I was if I was running one of these debates just straight up who's more dangerous to the history of the world Fidel Castro or Donald Trump I want to get a ride on the record all of this okay okay Castro one always the greatest but he's wasn't an existential threat I'm so I'm so glad you brought this up because this morning usually the mornings I watch CNN and at night I watch fox oh wow the show time in your day time or night time ever so very different yeah I just try to go to bed let's see he goes to bed in the front party in the back dreaming of yeah I'm trying to get some feedback on Hannity's on no C. R. A. Carter it is a dreamer and you wake up to Alisyn Camerota okay I thought it was will be Harlow or whatever willow will be with today but what kind of a hard poppy Harlow but you know it's funny they they they were showing the is it helped on her one now yes we were showing the polling from Nevada to South Carolina and they did not understand why Joe Biden has gained in polling and gotten better polling numbers right week but none of that panel brought up the fact that that comic came out this week everyone's like it doesn't make sense he wanted a vata in writing that all the Bernie moments would Kerry over yeah I think maybe some of that but I think mostly you get Joe Biden who was the vice president for eight years a known entity to everybody does have introduced himself has put all of his eggs in the South Carolina basket and looks like he's gonna win because he's gonna win there is he still up like fifteen percent most of the polling and then Sanders and then I think after that is it may I know what you're one hell of Bloomberg's figuring in there but because boomers liars not Stiers there because he had a fire starter second or third and then so because tires spend all his money there but if you look at the national we're talk about super Tuesday if these polls hold Bernie looks like Bernie might be the nominee by next Wednesday if I can help I understand that so you got to get this one yeah Joe Biden's predicting a winner on on Saturday here in South Carolina the whole thing yes this is this is Sam talking about trump blasts guy trump wants to run against his me that you do as a wrestling well I tell you what it means give me a ring at the summer as well as us out SummerSlam it's gonna be above I look Hey I don't know the cards left again as well Hey there's no roundness to falls no time limit again wrestling the cage and will take a month who's going to win thank that's right means telling somebody who I see that's already what do you do the lighting changes like under his face Hey Joe who's gonna lose you like something for Jordan Peele filled me come down in my basement I got it fifteen H. python I need my vegetables and my this was outside taking the rogaine need but they're supposed to push ups S. E. your body Concord public take a downturn I only have one question does this hurt my uncle they can steer stand against the ruler ring almost thrown down I'm ago Dudley Boyz ten thousand percent you too W. as well late I think that I could take you in a rainy night you could hear girl let me tell you this okay okay let your girl and you also like Bernie at the school but like I haven't been doing a lot of thinking about it took about two miles to win and I think that the country is in a place where they want to see me in the ring and yeah only few and became ten thousand percent yeah all right.

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"castro" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Remember the Cold War I have an attitude towards Castro Castro and the in the race and won the Cold War secu she's in Central Park and I might have been one of the ones and certain other people would be there so I took the other side he supports over these years I don't know what he means by social is it an trump is set to unveil his twenty twenty one budget request today the nearly five trillion dollar budget would increase military spending while cutting Medicare and Medicaid it seeks to billion dollars for construction of trump's border wall and slashes EPA spending by twenty six percent actually this is reporting trouble also request nearly fifty million dollars for nuclear weapons programs experts and democratic lawmakers warning increasing the nuclear stockpile will increase the likelihood of nuclear war and defy international agreements the US military said two US soldiers were killed and another injured in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province Saturday after a gunman opened fire on the soldiers and Afghan soldier was also killed in the attack this comes as the U. S. and the Taliban are in the midst of ongoing peace negotiations the last round of talks between the two parties was killed off by president trump last September after a car bomb killed a US soldier is it a truck fire two key witnesses from the house impeachment proceedings Friday the national security council's lieutenant colonel Alexander van men and U. S. ambassador to the European Union Gordon's online I trump adviser said the move was intended to send a message to anyone considering opposing tron residents of the northeastern Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima are grieving after Thailand suffered its worst mass shooting Saturday a soldier killed at least twenty nine people and injured scores more during a sixteen hour rampage the gunman began a shooting spree in a military base before taking to the streets and attacking shoppers at a mall he was eventually shot and killed after shootout with Thai forces the shooter posted videos of the attack on Facebook live the videos on his account were later removed in Brazil the hit man suspected of being involved in the assassination of Rio de Janeiro council member Maria LA Franco has been killed by police sentry on no debt no but I got was an ex special forces police captain had close ties to the family of Purcell's far right presidential your ball Senado it was believed no but I got held key information about Franco's murder Maria Franco what is a vocal black LGBTQ rights activist long time critic of police brutality the thermostat hit sixty five degrees in Antarctica last Thursday it's hard to stay on record the Antarctic is one of the fastest warming parts of the planet two thousand nineteen was the second hottest year ever recorded and the last decade was the hottest on record back in the United States eleven climate activists from extinction rebellion were arrested Friday is the group stage to Diane and occupied the office says the New York state comptroller to call attention to the climate crisis the activists are demanding New York divest pensions from fossil fuel investments for keeps thirteen billion dollars and Exxon and other fossil fuel companies and it contributes to the destruction.

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"castro" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on AP News

"Julian Castro who served as housing secretary in the Obama administration is ending his bid for the democratic presidential nomination I determined that it simply isn't our top so today it's with a heavy heart and with profound gratitude but I will suspend my campaign for press with his campaign low on money Castro was drawing support of only around one percent in polls and he had failed to qualify for recent democratic debates the 45 year old Castro a former mayor of San Antonio Texas was the only Latino in the race hi Mike Rossio

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"castro" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"castro" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Learn that it's. Castro says in his new ad he's bought time but time on fox and friends tell down from. to well to go pound sand essentially as trying to make a name for myself by trying to get need some. yeah. and he he in his in his commercial he says his word and I don't know what the hell the word is. Hey this is know where. and we couldn't figure it out because it's not the way it's supposed to be pronounced unless it's been pronounced in some you know like the Spanish highlands somewhere. definitely a strange planet dish and tell you what white privilege has wrought here WGN we couldn't find anybody who spoke Spanish. there are people just I don't think which is but it's after five in everybody's gone yeah. during working hours are people here. but you know it's but if we don't have a big you know this place clears out like there was a fire alarm at five o'clock. he literally the base of the desk wait for that they would prefer the second hand at five o'clock in minutes yeah. craziest thing I've ever seen. ironically enough fully in Castro called trump of radio in an interview recently. Donald that was the frail I think you call a friend without yeah Colin yeah..

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"castro" Discussed on The View

The View

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"castro" Discussed on The View

"Those are the courage a word of form of secretary Hooghly on Castro who recently announced his candidacy for president. Please. Welcome secretary Hooghly on Castro. You. Mister secretary. I'll call you that. Although I call Jimmy Carter Jimmy. Okay. So you said yourself that you really don't see yourself as a front runner at the moment. No. I'm not I'm not. But how did what what why? Why don't you know? I don't I see. No question. You know, I think that by any conventional measure right now, I'm not the front runner boat. I sat on Saturday was because I hope that announcement event in the neighborhood that I grew up in the west side of San Antonio. I said that if you look around nobody who grew up there grew up as a front runner that I can't think of a single time in my life where I've been front runner and today in our country. There are a whole bunch of people who don't feel like front runners and the during this campaign, I'm going to go speak to them. And I think that that's going to resonate. I'm on the crowd. I think so we're going to have a crowded primary. So you know, we may have fifteen or twenty people there, but I have a strong vision for the future of this country. I said on Saturday that what we need to him for is to be the smartest the healthiest the fairest and the most prosperous nation on earth. And I'm going to do the hard work of making my pitch. I was in Puerto Rico the day after my nouncement because I wanted people to know that everybody should count in this country. Our fellow Americans. Talked about him without thank you for doing that for going to to put a Rico. I know that it was your first campaign. Stop and I was struck by that because my family is from there. Why did you go there? Because clearly the people from the island can't vote for you. Oh, you know, because I think today a lot of Americans whether they're in the little neighborhood LA eat in San Juan Puerto Rico that I visited that is still struggling with their their their in small town, Ohio and factory jobs have laughed over the last few years. A lot of people feel forgotten people in urban Detroit all over the place. And I wanted to send a strong message from the beginning that if I'm president you matter and your family matters. How do you think Trump has such an antipathy towards Puerto Rico? What is the problem with Puerto Rico because he failed he failed the people of Puerto Rico, and he wants to obscure that failure. Wants to make people what he's trying to do is to to make people think that somehow it was their fault. But it wasn't there fall. But he didn't seem interest interested in helping them in the first place. So that failure was delivered almost and he went further because I don't know if it's true, but the number two official at department of HUD, and that's the agency that you ran under President Obama reportedly just resigned over his attempts to block federal relief money for Puerto Rico. He apparently said this he did not want a single dollar going to the island federal relief money. Why I think part of that is the ego with the president. You know, why are we why are eight hundred thousand families going without a paycheck right now? Because of his ego about building this wall, and it is. The thing is I don't think that we've ever had a president. That was so bad about the naval to put the country. First he puts his ego. I whether it's building the wall and not getting Puerto Rico money. And and that's why I think that in addition to investigating what happened at HUD. I hope they do that. I hope that the house and the Senate do that we need to change in leadership. And that's why I'm running for president night, one of the largest criticisms of President Trump is his lack of experience, and you have no foreign policy experience whatsoever. You also said vehemently you are not going to run for president. I didn't understand when you announce why you didn't want to run for Senate, we're possibly for governor ran against Abbott in two thousand eighteen Cornyn and twenty twenty here's an up and coming rising democratic star the cynical side of me thinks maybe you're just doing this because it'll get.

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