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The 2020 Kentucky Derby 'Unlike Any Other'
"Now. It was rescheduled from early May because of the Corona virus. We're an hour from the start of the Kentucky Derby, and there've been Mohr demonstrations in Louisville, but no reports of any serious violence or injuries or any arrests. It's an event unlike any other. But what a difference this year in the middle of a pandemic. There are a select few people who are allowed here. It Churchill Downs on this Kentucky Derby day horse owners, trainers their families. At a few Lucky France and they're trying to make the best of the situation. Many are dressed up in colorful dresses, suits and hats and underneath the grandstands inside the clubhouse, you could buy food and drinks and place bets on the races. A few dozen wagering windows are open. If you want a cold domestic beer on this unusual Derby day, it'll cost you $6. Admit Admit julep julep and and a a souvenir souvenir glass glass will will set set you you back back $10 $10 and and Churchill Churchill Downs Downs Ein Ein pole pole Miles Miles
"churchill churchill" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum
"About being part of a state that's insistently you know de-legitimize and attacks everything everything I do. It was done with my Zionist because of love for this country to slam people L. History Segue into the I was reading. I think one of the interviews with the GTA no the coli very zillah old users responsible. Another another who resonates with you. Well and I and I definitely hear that you know you know one of the things like you are almost like a default fought leader without even knowing it though I mean you know i. It's taken quite by. They said I mean because you know a lot of people argue and the people are fooled was a great one of them. zillah recall there are a lot of people here but no one has a big of a voice in a sense that you do in terms of I and I'm saying now in sense of you know you have over fifty thousand people following you and giving you Israel Jewish Congress giving your stature in terms of what you're doing now on the community side you know there are a lot of people looking to you in terms of what you say carries weight. Do you feel feel pressure with that. I mean did you feel that there's or you say you know what I am am. I'm GonNa do what I believe in and I don't really care. If they follow they follow I believe Churchill Churchill Churchill once said reporte but you have enemies good that means you stop something some time in your life you know. I wear my heart on the sleeve. I everything. I've tried everything I say. I mean you know. He comes out of a desire to make Israel's case he comes out of a desire to not just important sort of in this dichotomy it's not just as is a way to to respond to the haters detractors. Let's spread lies in you know Trying to get them is the very essence of the Jewish state Whether it's boy could attacks Semitism Holocaust denial misinformation about what's happening with a rockets could But on the other hand it's also as a way to promote his and it's critical for me. It's a platform to tell Israel's story and and we have an amazing story we have compelling story of a powerful story detail you know. It's not only an indigenous people who change our homeland two thousand plus us through pogroms exile and Holocaust and Anti Semitism. But you know where people that have rebuilt a nation built land. Where our economy Al Entrepreneurship innovation is the envy of the world? We have incredibly dynamic cultural seem We have a musical artists confirmed the world we had Argentina's Lionel Messi Plan Be God himself in came here to supply power via religious is. Okay have but we have an incredibly beautiful storytelling. This incredible diversity you've of people of a melting pot of cultures of Jews that have come from all over the world literally me from Australia. America juzef come from Europe. Europe come from North Africa have come from Arab countries South America South Africa. And you know we've come here because we are at the last minute where we're united by a common history common action to the Slann to a religious faith our history our very identity. which for me stems from him and and you know when I go online online all his proudly as someone who is a proud Zionist than someone who will always tell the truth however difficulty it might be sometimes but I will tell the truth and I will make sure that I correct those spread lies and misinformation trying to take us but send Tom? Also China Nine on engage with people trying to tell our story and you know what it means to live here and you know why this is such an incredible place so you know and everything. You're saying I agree with you. Just want to point out give it to give it time. So with Israel Jews Congress so and why don't you tell us more about it. I don't know how many people are familiar with it. But give a little bit more background on on the objectives you doing and some of the outreach and some of the things that your combating worldwide and he get others to get more involved in New York I should probably say no when I'm when I'm online I'm online sqi and wear many hats but when I'm online primarily mine in my personal capacity but of course I also many other hats with respect to the Jewish Congress. I think it's a very unique. In very special organization it was started in two thousand twelve by number of AH prominent. These came together and my found something that was missing. You know we have many very unique so many fantastic organizations Pro Israel Jewish organizations outside of his. That's tremendous important work. In terms of supporting reporting Israel in terms of reaching out to his thing is many ways they look from the outside towards Israel whereas an Israeli based organization look from Israel to the outside we look to them so the primary purpose You know we start off to act as a bridge between Israel and Jewish communities in the desperate focusing specifically on Europe because Europe has found those spas mechanism or infrastructure should those lectuing riches in America behalf that presence in Europe it was lacking on the one hand within Europe itself to connect the Jewish communities but most specifically also connect those communities here with Israel. So many ways you know we've sought to act as a as a voice to those Jewish communities in the best in Europe to bring back concerns is ready officials. Might this lead us. We bring a lot of allegations whether it's focusing focusing right now in December bilious on Jewish life tampering on the island all sorts of different things But also Outside of it is very critical to work is to support his intention community and that includes everything from Going to the UN where you know been fortunate or unfortunate speaking number of times on behalf. it's so can we the parliamentarians from Europe It's also by the way working closely with American Jewish community and American league should because because we also understand that you know again Augusta the coal. We're doing we are one people and you know. Take the view that if Ju- is assaulted tittle attack in Europe. It's the same as if you anywheres attacked and we all need to come together because what had what starts off corner right. A pocket of Europe will then spread like disease like cancer throughout the rest of the society. So you know we work closely with American Jewish community in in different elements and also with a American elected leaders because Africa's is mostly urban exclusive move but also understanding that America has tremendous tails well has tremendous influence. What is happening in Israel and the effect of the You know how we can use that In a European audience help provide Israel's position of greater understanding. So so what are the some of the stuff our responsibility you know. In a sense offense representing Israel to the to the Jewish community right so are you educating them on different aspects of Life or your life or you try to teach them some of the culture like what are you going to the communities for you teach them what the talking points like what needs. I'm just just try to a little bit more of you know if so what the messaging any sense I'm looking. We'll subjective you that day those communities on the ground Nor what works. Best for them. I don't presume and would for seconds to go in any community whether it's in Europe or America And tell them what's best for them. I know what's best for them. We work with them to chime funnel way to amplify that and to empower them. Essentially so they say You know sites initially Semitism oral or disobedience campaign We ask them Kay. How can we help you? And you know whether it's to bring Israeli lawmakers and officials places in Europe to tell that case to tell that story whether it's to act as a as a conduit for information right now give you very concrete example right now. We had the last week made the rocket bombardment. And you know we all sit communities and friends friends and allies. It's not just Jewish approach rock groups in Europe as well Jewish community. Especially asking you know. What can we do you stand with us? We want to stand with Israel's well how can we help so you know..
Walmart changes gun policy.
"Coming up on the news Walmart's Walmart's changes gun policies after shootings Boris Johnson Challenges Jeremy Corbyn toback in October election action and we need help rescuers in the Bahamas face a blasted landscape. It's Wednesday September full aw I'm Anthony Davis Walmart is to stop sales of some types types of ammunition following recent shootings including one at one of its stores in Texas that left twenty two dead the head of the company said it would discontinue sales of some bullets that can be used in assault style weapons and those used in handguns the move comes amid increasing pressure on the company often cited as the largest firearm seller in the US Chief Executive Doug. Macmillan said the company had been listening. It's clear to us that the status quo is unacceptable optimal. He said in a note to employees and published on the phones website the firm also said it would discontinue handgun sales in Alaska the only places still offered offered such weapons the firm asked customers at Walmart and at Sam's Club stores to stop carrying firearms openly even in states where it's legally permitted it saying such actions have caused fear and evacuations. Mr Macmillan said we know these decisions will inconvenient some of our customers and we hope they will understand celebrities and politicians including several Democrats campaigning for president praised the firm's decision but America's Gun Gun lobby the National Rifle Association called the changes shameful and said the firm would lose business another major. US retailer joined joined Walmart yesterday. Kroger the owner of Ralphs Grocery stores changed its policy by respectfully asking customers to stop openly carrying guns is in stores where state laws allow it. Walmart's chief executive who also called on the US Congress to pass stricter gun laws said he expected the changes used to reduce the firm share of the ammunition market from about twenty percent to arrange of six to nine percent the company will continue to sell hunting rifles wasn't shotguns as well as much of the ammunition for those weapons he added. Walmart's decision follows two incidents stores in August in which a gunman killed twenty two people in El Paso Texas and a former employee killed two workers at a Walmart store in Mississippi this move by two major retailers. Ella's is the only specific change to come out of the recent shootings with the US government remaining silent on gun reform. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson today demanded an October fifteen snap election after lawmakers seeking seeking to prevent a no deal brexit dealt him a humiliating defeat in parliament which he cost as an attempt to surrender to the European Union parliaments move leaves Brexit up in the air with possible outcomes ranging from turbulent. Not You exit to abandoning the whole Endeavour an alliance of opposition opposition lawmakers backed by twenty one rebels from Johnson's Conservative Party defeated the government on Tuesday on emotion allowing them to try to pass a law which would force a three month extension to Britain's E. U. Exit date a furious Johnson who resorted to insults and swearing in the chamber vowed never to to delay brexit beyond October thirty first and challenged opposition Labor Party Jeremy Corbyn to agree to an October fifteen election however he needs the the backing of two-thirds of MP's and opposition parties are united in wanting to prevent a no deal brexit before agreeing to an election. Johnson said his strategy was to get a brexit deal by an E. U. Summit on October seventeen and get brexit done he said the British government was making substantial progress yes and would succeed in removing the Irish border backstop however it has since been proven that negotiations with the EU of all but ceased Winston Churchill's Churchill's grandson an piece Nicholas Soames who has been an MP for thirty seven years stood up in the chamber to make an emotional announcement that he has decided assigned to step down at the election due to having the Tory whip removed from him for voting against the government over Brexit rescue crews in the Bahamas fanned out across a blasted landscape of smashed and flooded homes today trying to reach each drenched and stunned victims of Hurricane Dorian and take in the full measure of the disaster. The official death toll stood at seven but was certain to rise. He's a day off to the most powerful hurricane on record ever to hit the country. Emergency workers had yet to reach some stricken areas right now there are just has to lots of unknowns parliament member. Imran Lewis said we need help. Dorian meanwhile pushed its way northward off the Florida shoreline with reduced reduced but still dangerous hundred five mile an hour winds on a projected costs that could side swipe Georgia and the Carolinas an estimated three million people pull in four states were warned to clear out and highways leading inland turned into one way evacuation routes forecast has warned that Dorian is likely to cause storm surge and even flooding even if its core does not blow a shore with the threat to Florida easing and the danger shifting northward Orlando's airport moved moved to reopen along with Walt Disney world and universal to the North the navy ordered ships that it's huge base in Norfolk Virginia to head out to sea for safety and warplanes at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton Virginia will being moved inland to Ohio the NFC said today preparations to protect life and property should be rushed to completion you can subscribe to the news with your favorite favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on I. 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"churchill churchill" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Yeah. Little watch watch the games on Sunday somewhere. I don't know when to research has to come in somewhere probably during a week and then Monday, it's Monday night football. So now we turn to Monday night football town into a celebration. It's a fool celebration. So now it's back to the old days where Monday night football comes to town. Hey, big deal. Hey, huge deal here. Listen up. The biggest stage football is just come to town. Let's enjoy it. Make the most of it. I'm excited member and madness to pull up his boss. Bet it should be. The song. Now, Florida Georgia line. That's the issue. It was great. When that was he who Hank? He do something. Yeah. Hank? We're not gonna get hang them. Perfect. Like, maybe who's Springfield Churchill Churchill Churchill. No church. Nope. Springsteen he sang with JT at the awards Chris stable there. It is. Promo video for each Monday night game. Oh, yes. Like cut a promo commercial or to think of that like in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania me just dial up the history of Pittsburgh. And why this game means so much the city of Pittsburgh about war in Heinz field Bain came here and tried to tear it down. Incredible. I feel grateful is a good way to describe today's conversations. Oh, yeah. Very grateful. There's something that Connor has been credibly grateful for these past couple of weekends even talking about. Oh, yeah. Every guy wants to last longer. But thinking about baseball doesn't always work never does backwards z. And then I don't know Z wax. You've UTSA Kyo MLK J G F E D C B. Here here here here that doesn't always work either bumbling because when you say that fast, by the way, we're gonna move.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It. He should have lost all wages as far back as he swore the oath falsely didn't fulfill it. And then. Void your. So let me use your ward, Churchill example, just ward Churchill Churchill get charged with a crime or go to jail. No, okay. Craziness. You think ward Churchill should have gone to jail. I think the war Churchill should have been sued for every dollar. You know, you see Paul you keep Paul you're acting like a liberal you you make an assertion. And then when I challenge you on that assertion, you shift and save a little bit. He should have. I'm asking you. If you're saying that ward Churchill should have gone to jail. I wanna know the basis the legal basis upon which you think war Churchhill should have gone to jail. And so far we're way off base from what you ritually called in which is that legislators should go to jail. Okay. So we have to wait to recall people who break their oath. Yes, that's your there's nothing else that can be done for being false, sworn is the state legislature. Lear is interested in throwing away. Our our protection of the. That's right. Your your your remedy is a political remedy you called in saying that they should go to jail, and I'm saying that you have no basis that you have so far pointed out that they should go to jail if you don't like what they're doing. You can recall them. That's the political remedy you have but being sworn and doesn't mean anything you are conflicting false oaths with perjury. I take an old to uphold the constitution dope. Hold this laws of the state of Colorado. Okay. If I don't do that. I'm asking you what you think I should go to jail on what basis should I go to jail because there's no corresponding criminal statute that says if I don't uphold that oath, according to your standards that's a criminal act, and you can't point to me any criminal act. So lawmakers never answer for what they do. Yes. They do you can recall them. You cannot elect them at the next election, you have political remedies. But you're trying to cram down my throat a legal remedy when none exists. You want a legal remedy? You wanna throw them in jail. And I think that's outrageous. You really wanna throw legislators that you disagreed that. You have a political difference with you wanna throw him in jail. That's what marxists. Do. That's what communist do is that what you wanna do Paul is that what you wanna do. They swore an oath to protect the concentration directly. So in your opinion, if they violate an oath, in your opinion, you wanna throw him in jail. This is also Kansas guess or no Paul if they if they violate the oath, in your opinion, you wanna throw them in jail. That is the most Toronto written that is the most tyrannical thing. I've ever heard anybody calling and say for what I assume is a conservative position you wanna throw somebody in jail for a political difference. For throwing away the constitution. They swore to defend that's not a political difference. That's treason. So now, it's treason giving..
"churchill churchill" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Right. Okay. Anyway. So I know I hear, but I thought they always get it right in the box the era, clean animal. Let's be. Let's be honest. They're constantly cleaning themselves. And you're constantly cleaning, their cat hair. This is one of the reasons he is a living martyr. The producer is a living water in part because his druthers would be a cat free universe. Oh boy. All right. I'm leaving that topic now because I know your wife listens. And they have deep love for your wife as you. Well know. So I was speaking about the show, and I knew what I wanted to do with my life when I was a junior in high school, and I wrote I would like I want to influence people to the good. I knew in high school already that I could influence people people have asked me to run for office all of my adult life, I've been tempted, but I finally came to the conclusion that I have no interest in power. I only have interest in influence. I want to touch people's lives like them to be happier. And better. More noble human beings. As a result of hearing things that I say or ripe. And that's what I you know, who did both. Well, he did. Right. I mean Churchill was amazing the amount of writing Churchill and great writing if Churchill only wrote he would be a legend. Let alone. You know, why love Churchill with all his flaws because everybody has flaws, but you know, why I love Churchill Churchill hated evil. So we hated the Soviets from the beginning. And he was almost alone in his hatred of communism. Then he hated Nazism, and he was almost alone in his hatred of Nazism. He was one of the only anti appeasers of Hitler in the entire British establishment. He said he he knew and you know, how he knew by the way one of the biggest reasons he knew was he understood that Jew. Hatred. Means we're going to get hurt next. That's in the book, the Churchill biography reading meals thousand page biography. We have a course on Churchill, by the way. Given by the author. Andrew roberts. It's fascinating. One eight seven seven six so if came to be came to pass. That at a very young age. I was given a radio show in Los Angeles. And. That started this this. I didn't even think about it. I I the only thing I didn't know when I wrote what I did as a junior high school. I didn't know how I would do it. I did it how how would I influence people? I didn't I didn't know what the mechanism would be. And the other thing was how am I how do you make a living? Don't make a living influencing people, you know, and. In a Jewish home in those days. Basically, you were supposed to be a doctor or a lawyer is the old Jewish joke. You know, Mr. and MRs IRA, Goldman are proud to announce or happy to announce the birth of their son, Dr Fred Goldman. That was an old.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"I look at them through different perspective. So it's not a straight narrative that you know goes from birth to death or goes from, like, you know, right. You know the woods, you know, and then this lash back or something like that. This is like filling in each book the first job or is like the heroic version and it's completely factually accurate. Everything's actually accurate. It's like if you were going to give the best possible account, this is what you would say. All true. And then the second chapters, if you wanted to paint the worst possible picture again completely actually accurate. Nothing in there as okay, not true. Just as example, what would be something in your chapter or your book where you go JFK if you wanted to paint the worst possible picture possible of John f. Kennedy, that's controversial idea. What would be were you'd say, this guy, he could be the worst because and he could be the best because I'd love to get your take on that because this the Philander he's daddy's boy, he's, he's manipulative. He's, you know, he's. Is not always cracked up to be, you know, he's constantly. Would you say Flanders manipulative? Can you kind of give us a little little detail because someone like crazy. I mean, I mean by today's standards, it's astonishing to think the mischief that he got up to, you know, it's extraordinarily on the other hand, he inspired a nation. He lives in memory the way. I mean, the whole. My whole book really is like, what does it mean to live in memory? What is it? What does it mean? He represented an ideal to people that's almost impossible to do, but somehow he embodied this idea and he was able to speak truth in a way that resonated with people in a way that we still can quote him in. Here's voice in our ears, like he stood for something and in a way he didn't live up to the ideal that he presented, but he was able to somehow presented. And I think that's really extrordinary into try to understand why and how at that time, what he did was he was able to do that is is is really hard to do because I think so many. People try to step forward and articulate and ideal, but people are. They don't really get. It doesn't really resonate or they're like, yeah, you know, you just making speeches or like, oh, whatever. But then some how some people are able to say it in a way that everybody hears that and is moved, and it's changed and he was able to do so he had many, many flaws and limitations, but then he also achieve greatness in his own Winston Churchill, Churchill Churchill. Can you just kind of tease us about? 'cause there's somebody out there, you know, they're just on the verge that people people say, you know what? I'm going to spend nineteen dollars on Rando purchases at Starbucks day. I don't know whether I been nineteen dollars with Gretchen Rubin. I have to have some tracks in here a Frappuccino. So prime minister. Winston Churchill. What would be like the best and the worst kind of stuff? Can we did he held every important office. He was part of every important event during his lifetime. Who's completely dedicated to his country. He was a brilliant writer as low as brilliant statesman. He, he had a vision that you know in a in a way he led the entire west. I mean, you read what he's said. And again, he was in the funny thing that I really learned as a writer from Churchill is see..
"churchill churchill" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Obviously, the legendary music impresario he'll be live in the studio and nine o'clock in g who didn't he produce? Who didn't he make a star? He was just phenomenal. And he did he have any failures. Well, I'm sure, you know, not every records nobody as far as saying. Well, this this performance is going to be great. Do you think he ever had one? It just didn't pan out must have had someone. Right. I I don't think. So probably everyone data. Well, I mean if they did, and you wouldn't have heard of him. But yeah, berry, and and of course, he spoke at Aretha 's of funeral. Yes. He did. And I thought her funeral was fun. You mean, the other one wasn't fun? I thought McCain's little boring and went on that whole thing the whole week long funeral for McCain, and he planted himself. As Winston Churchill Churchill plan is what does your one World War Two. I'm sure you enjoy disgust. It's death. But the whole idea of intentionally snubbing Trump and inviting Obama and w to speak. I mean. It was a little rude. But listen to the two of them hate each other. We were just a week were waiting for Trump's head to explode and for the tweets to come out never care it. And then they never came. I certain he would not if you watch that he wouldn't be able to sit still watching everyone. Take shots at him without firing back, but he exercise discipline. Well, he's just put out one all caps tweet make America great again. But that was in response to this from John McCain's daughter, the America, John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great. And here.
Thousands of teachers in Washington state strike over salaries
"DC and I'm David Greene, in Culver City California John McCain will lie in state at the US capitol tomorrow since his death last weekend we've been reflecting on his life his impact. And his legacy and one memory that often stands out to me was. Covering some of his presidential campaign events in the summer of two thousand. Eight, Russia and its neighbour Georgia were in conflict and McCain just couldn't stop talking about it world history is often made in remote obscure countries which being made in Georgia today. It's the responsibility of the leading? Nations, of the world
"churchill churchill" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"So i think those are the elements which in a way stop with chamberlain feeling i've got to save europe from going to war over czechoslovakia i can only do it by going to hitler and meeting him in his laron back to scott and looking him in the eye and infra chambal the question was is this man clinically mad if he's clinically mad we've got a particular kind of problem if he's not then maybe we can do a deal and chamberlain came away with the conviction that hitler was no clinically mad so that's where i think the practice of molten summitry starts as to the wood itself that's another concept created by that great would smith winston churchill churchill's given a special relationship he's given us the iron curtain and also he was the one who i talked about a poly at the summit apol at the summits an old fashioned sort of shakespeare in would poly to talk which he coined in for the first time in nineteen fifty and so that was would the cools on but i think the practice daunted with neville chamberlain in nineteen thirty eight is it possible to quantify an i i realized that historical counterfactual are always next to impossible to answer but is it possible to quantify the extent to which the possibility of summits able by traveling way that you mentioned has actually changed the practical outcome of diplomacy so i guess if we look to the other end of world war two in those great conferences at yalta and tehran if those had not been possible might the post world war two settlement of being radically different yes i think it could conceivably have been even worse actually what is striking about those meetings is that they drew stalin into some kind of network of international communication and that was rosedale franklin roosevelt's fundamental objective throughout the wall it was if you like to bring russia in from the cold in from the bolshevik period from its pariah status its exclusion from international politics much of the twenties and thirties and make russia part of what roosevelt cooled the family circle a kind of cosy to him but it meant bring the soviets into the international clout then no longer writes out felt a revolutionary power over time they're going to become more like offs convergence with the west and one way.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The area in the schedule president trump did the opposite for president trump he really sees diplomacy and world leadership is something that's much about gestures and showing that you're moving in certain direction as it is about the details and for a foreign policy community on right and left that is really dedicated to the idea of a quote rulesbased international order this kind of approach is so different that there's a lot of antagonism ford and they could be right president trump could be making some crucial mistakes here but at the same time we've never seen kim engage with us president or that will family really engage with the us president so it's hard to say exactly how this is gonna play out we have to send our colleagues back to the world war two summits which were a little bit scripted but then fdr would go off script and he would meet with stalin without churchillian but upset churchill churchill would try and get into the room it was all very unscripted but your colleague philip rucker join me on on this show immediately after the presser on tuesday morning to say there was a quote pep in his step close quote the president was a buoyant robert costa do you agree with that assessment oh i'm totally still is about the whole experience but not about the news coverage that's that's for sure in fact is not tweeted this morning he's been tweeting about politics over overnight claire mccaskill danny tarquini and kevin kramer but not about the summit do you think he expected anything other than this.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"It's fucking remember it now what's the quote need more coffee actually it was winston churchill churchill's in that but it goes back like he stole from somebody else that goes back like i think everything comes back to my grind but the is if i had more time i would have written you a shorter letter no no the lighting the lightning bug did you have that one i didn't hear that you're not paying attention no quotes anyway but jordan i know you have to hop on an airplane with your wife here pretty soon but before we forget to do this once you share your social contacts sure at jordan harbinger on instagram and twitter people still use that aside from the president and or just to read the presidential tweets and i teach a lot of networking and relationship development stuff actually if you guys have a minute i would love to go for like two of those little drills because i think they're super frigging share all right can you spell your name because people do that all the time they say low looked him up and i couldn't find him oh really yeah jordan j o r d a n and then harbor h e r b i n g e r harbinger like harbinger of doom slash sorrow slash destruction or something good or something good but nobody ever use that for anything everyone's rainbows i the reason i wanna give these drills because i think young guys especially on guys and girls but guys especially we d prioritize our relationships in our businesses especially because we don't think that we have time and so i think dig in the well before you're thirsty you're you never think you're going to be thirsty in the moment so you you gotta start those relationships off early and one of the things that i do to maintain connections in the network is every day around ten nine am i scroll all the way down to the bottom of my text messages and i'd start taxing the people that are at the bottom there and i'll be like hey man been along time having spoken with.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Goes through real periods of darkness but as long as people are willing to stand up and recognize truth you get through so what's on the other side of this is exciting can i throw in one other thing yeah so i spoke at a turning point usa then young college concerned about about a week ago i go i talked about all the differences we had and i got a standing ovation despite all of the things that i talk about that or not conservative principles when i was there there's a guy that goes to these events and he hands out these big constitution's bill of rights and i'm putting them up in my my studio you'll see him next time were there and i have them on the plane with me and i'm watching on the plane watching the darkest hour the church over what did he say at lubbock and i was feeling like i really was feeling like wow i'm living the life that i wanna live like i talked about the things that i want to talk about here i've got the declaration of constitution in the in the thing above me i'm watching this movie and the thing about churchill the only thing that you need to really know about this guy as everybody else from chamberlain on down was trying to sell out figure out ways to mitigate not face the truth don't really all the guy said was no that's it now we're not gonna do this we're going to you know you got the royal family thinking we're going to move to canada yeah literally and churchill is going no we're going to and that's all that anyone that's most gave up until somebody else said no with him you know it's interesting about churchill fascinated churchill churchill's a really bad guy he he was a nightmare you know and there's so many people that want to on the left totally dismantled churchill because of what he did in india but if that was all he was okay but he was also this and that's who we are we throughout history man is always in conflict he's always well i think this but i'm blind to what i'm saying over here which i should apply and if we in the end when he was pushed and pushed and pushed on india he did go back and say i treated gandhi horribly i shouldn't have done these things i mean we.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on WTMA
"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show michael dobbs his new book is six months of nineteen fortyfive fdr stalin churchill and truman the geography that comes after the second world war is very much in place today here in the twenty first century and the tensions that dominate the story the cold war for the latter part of the twentieth century and influence lots of decisions that continue today the two worlds the competition between moscow and washington you can see how quickly it reawakens with tense language comes from these moments the six months in nineteen fortyfive that michael focuses in his book we're going to get onto potsdam conference in july when truman comes face to face with stalin for the first time and soviet intransigence and aggression however this point harry truman hasn't has been deprived of one major fact it's april twenty fifth now two days after he's had a meeting with his advisors them recommend ending this or that policy with regard to the soviets now this day i'm told that harry truman is called to the pentagon because he needs a transatlantic call from churchill churchill is outside of these conferences in washington michael said the british empire was very much a secondary player looking to the to the future because of what we're about to learn that day had a my note says mr stimson that morning had come to the president at noon before the president went to the dod to the pentagon to tell him about the s one section one what is that michael well this is the the.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"These men trusted in work very carefully together what did churchill wrote a make of stalin at the alter conference well churchill he also thought that he could get on with the dictator and in fact he once said that if only he and joseph stalin could eat dinner have dinner together once a week then they could solve all the world's problems together between them he was a bit more sort of eight he didn't have the kind of well the government didn't mean as much to churchill as it did to as it did roosevelt he was sort of dyedinthewool imperialist and pro pepsi recognized as stalin as one of his own kind he thought also he could do business with stalin but in churchill's case he was really the he he was beginning to feel a bit left out of this process that his great moment had been several years before when england stood alone against germany and the fate of the world hinged on churchill's defiant of of stolen by the above of hitler excuse me by the time by nine hundred forty five england was very much the junior allied to the the united states so roosevelt was more interested in getting on with stalin that he wasn't getting on with his old partner churchill churchill felt this and reacted to it rather sensitively the conference they talk the the chiefs of staff the major admirals and generals are president is well the talking will continue for many months because michaels theme is these last six months of a ba from february of nineteen fortyfive until the first atomic bomb is dropped in hiroshima to begin the ending of the second world war and in the changing relationships between these three winners a great britain of course fighting on against the hitler writes early but the united states and its arsenal of democracy overwhelming the nazis and the russians there massive army driving onto berlin however the next important moment for me the following the bomb here the bomb is the the gadget that they don't know if it'll if it will work and in fact at this point is not supposed to know about it and churchill knows something about it so i go to the.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Generation ago the american people felt like many others in the western world that they could simply ignore the expanding power of a totalitarian ideology looking back now we must admit that the warning signs were there but the world refused to see the words ideology of the nazis were rationalized explained away as if they had no meaning violations of religious freedom the attacks on jewish property the censorship the heavy taxes imposed on those who wish to emigrate even the first concentration camps all this ignored as was the incredible expansion of germany's war machine a few brave voices tried to warn of the danger winston churchill was driven into the political wilderness for speaking the unpleasant truth there were also those who in their sincere desire for peace we're all too ready to give totalitarians every benefit of the doubt and all too quick to label churchill churchill a warmonger what time has proven that those who gloss over the brutality of tyrants are no friends of peace or freedom tonight let us pledge that we will never shut our eyes never refused to acknowledge the truth no matter how unpleasant if nothing else if nothing else the painful memories share should strengthen our resolve to do this our founding fathers believed in certain self evident truths but for truth to prevail we must have the courage to proclaim last week we reaffirmed our belief in the most meaningful truths of our judeo christian heritage passover indecent these two religious observances link are fades and celebrate the liberation of the body and soul the rights of passover remind us of the freeing of our common ancestors from the yoga feroz bondage and their exodus to freedom.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on WGTK
"Table they are able to date tell us things that other people cannot that political purely political leaders do not know searchable understanding uh deep understanding of the movement of modern times which is something we'll talk about and it's very important thing and understanding churchill churchill sought that we that is a winston churchill and who are talking now listening to listening talking now live in a unique time in human history and it's uniquely opportune and uniquely dangerous and church luke's understanding of nature is that opportunities endangers have a way of going together and so we palm uh well being and peace and twenty people in all of human history and we face destruction and despotism like no no people in all of history and so churchill learned to begin with on the battlefield but presenting a remarkable reason he who to see that that had to be the case also in politics in peace and so that means he was a man of the brilliant imagination the into say in my opinion church with dr larry arnn on this boxing day i hope you'll enjoy it throughout the day this day after christmas also to remind you that the darkest hour the movie about the man whom we are discussing winston churchill in the days of the early days of his prime ministership when he took kissed hands with the king of england and king george and took over for the failed beverage chamberlain not with the complete support of his party or even as senior party leaders in theaters everywhere the darkest hours of movie you simply can't afford to miss i think most people love their star wars in december but they get their history and they're really great bit of entertainment some edifying entertainment some inspiring uplifting entertainment from the darkest hour end if the have graham are grandpa around and they served in world war to be sure to take them with you really might not wanna go go pick them up if they're staying at arrests go find them if they're at your brother you're sisters and lawn say we'll go to the movie take grabs you're gonna see the guy who made it possible for you to overlook this long winston churchill saved the west and the darkest hours where we're off to a now be happy they well trust me on that i'll be right back america stay tuned it's.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The the thing that people a lot of people are not about churchill churchill was a bricklayer at his country house he did all these own wolves he laid all the bricks and so if you're going to be compared to churchill trump should actually have laid the fast break or two of the mexican wall and held that down down by the border and i are my view a my view of trump is that trump at his trump pianist fullstrength trump is always better than how strange trump and so i regret that he didn't actually pursue that on january the 20th he should have had a totally unconventional inauguration but the an in the face of an incredible onslaught not just from the media which uh will not accept that they blew it on november the eighth and so has invested their entire strength in trying to tear down the president but form the bureaucracy as well and he won't where we're going to be talking in the second hour to scott pruitt who's the head of the epa and the trump administration scott scott pruitt presides over bureaucracy at a i'm not saying anything he doesn't know that lungs him and the dozen more once business as usual the doesn't want to be knocked off course by elections doesn't want to be knocked off course by the voice of the people doesn't want to be knocked off course by representative government they just want to be able to continue uh the the permanent bureaucracy because we will go on in like cair africa and latin america you have these guys who'd did proclaim themselves president for life and it's kind of annoying when a guy come proclaimed himself president for life but in in america these guys are basically the bureaucracy for life and they don't want to have to pay any attention to how people fail on a tuesday in november they've got their permanent policies and they just want to do that and and watch shocking to me is that it's just not in ideological bureaucracies like the a.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The the thing that people a lot of people are not about churchill churchill was a bricklayer at his country house he did all these own wolves he laid all the bricks and so if you're going to be combated to churchill trump should actually have laid the fast break or two of the mexican wall and held that down down by the border and i my view a my view of trump is that at trump at his trump pianist fullstrength trump is always better than how strange trump and so i regret that he didn't actually pursue that on january the 20th he should have had a totally unconventional inauguration but the eh in the face of an incredible onslaught not just from the media which uh will not accept that they blew it on november the eighth and so has invested their entire strength in trying to tear down the president but form the bureaucracy as well and he won't where we're going to be talking in the second hour to scott pruitt who's the head of the epa and the trump administration scott scott pruitt presides over bureaucracy at a i'm not saying anything he doesn't know that lungs him and the dozen want once businesses you you shall the doesn't want to be knocked off course by elections doesn't want to be knocked off course by the voice of the people doesn't want to be knocked off course by representative government they just want to be able to continue uh the the permanent bureaucracy because we will go on in my cab africa and latin america you have these guys who'd did proclaim themselves president for life and it's kind of annoying when a guy proclaims himself president for life but in in america these guys are basically the bureaucracy for life and they don't want to have to pay any attention to how people fail on a tuesday in november they've got their permanent policies and they just want to do that and and what's shocking to me is that it's just not in ideological bureaucracies like the.
"churchill churchill" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Of the movement of modern times which is something we'll talk about and it's very important thing and understanding churchill churchill thought that we that is a winston churchill and i who are talking now listening listening talkin now live in a unique time mm in human history and it's uniquely opportune and uniquely dangerous and church with understanding of nature is there opportunities endangers have a way of going together and so we thomas of wellbeing and peace and plenty like no people in all of human history and we face destruction and despotism like no no people in all of history and so churchill will learned to begin with on the battlefield but for some the remarkable reason he should see that that had to pizza the case also in politics inpatient and so that's means he was a man of brilliant imagination is the inside in my opinion more coming up on which the church with dr larry arnn on this boxing day i hope you enjoyed throughout the day this day after christmas also to remind you that the darkest hour the movie about the man whom we are discussing winston churchill in the days of the early days of his prime ministership when he took kissed hands with the king of england and king george and took over for the failed never chamberlain not with the complete support of his party or units senior party leaders in theaters everywhere the darkest hours of movie you simply can't afford to miss i think most people love their star wars in december but they get their history and they're really great bidding entertainment some edifying entertainment some inspiring.