35 Burst results for "Cotton"

What Rush Limbaugh Said About Echo Chambers

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last week

What Rush Limbaugh Said About Echo Chambers

"Rush Limbaugh used to talk about an echo chamber And what he meant by that was he would say things and then a day or two later They would essentially be repeated by others And TV and radio The Rush Limbaugh was one of my big buddies I see that happening with me Don't you mister producer And it's happening a lot And used to tell me well you know it's flattering It's not flattering It's plagiarism He said but there's nothing you can do about it Rush worked very hard at his job I worked very hard at mine Mister producer do you write anything from me Open the microphone Do I have writers Nope Does anybody write my opening statements for my commentary Anybody No right from your head And if we had mister TV producer here whether it be Levin TV or life liberty and Levin I don't use teleprompters I write little notes to myself from time to time I don't have writers All these other hosts do I don't So yeah I find it annoying but even my wife says what are you going to do about it Okay But I've been pointing out now that whomever the Republicans eventually rally around president Trump Ron DeSantis the crews cotton just down the list They're going to go after them The Democrats are going to go after them with guns blazing

Radio The Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh Levin Rush Ron Desantis
President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | Last week

President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

"Go to what we do know at President Biden said on 60 minutes. Let's play the COVID quote general HTML. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. It's what the pandemic is over. If you admire it, that's kind of a bit of news. What do you think? This one Senate, the pandemic is over, has reverberated through the government is having shockwaves in the government because the U.S. government undertook all sorts of actions really the pandemic starting in March of 2020. It increased spending, it created programs. It altered programs, it did all sorts of things. It's spent hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars on this. The administration, by the way, is asking Congress for $22 billion more in COVID relief and their hopes of passing that just went away with Biden's declaration.

President Biden Detroit Senate U.S. Government Government Covid Congress Biden
Russia Is Losing the War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | Last week

Russia Is Losing the War in Ukraine

"The Financial Times. Russia has withdrawn submarines from its Black Sea, naval headquarters in Crimea. Why? They're afraid of getting hit by Ukrainian forces. Also in key, post Russian officials in the two self decayed separatist Republican eastern Ukraine pleaded Monday to urge for Russia and urgent votes urgent votes calling on Moscow to immediately annex the territory, a sign of apparent panic that the Kremlin's war in Ukraine is failing. The appeals from Ukraine authority from the authorities in Luhansk can donate public people's republic comes as Ukrainian forces continue to extend their gains of recent days. Finally, Ukraine shut down more Russian planes yesterday, a total of 55 planes have now been brought down. Russia is losing that war. Russia is losing that war.

The Financial Times Russia Crimea Black Sea Luhansk Moscow
Wisconsin Senate Candidate Slams America's Work Ethic

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | Last week

Wisconsin Senate Candidate Slams America's Work Ethic

"Mandela Barnes, cut number four. We have to play it to continue to push forward on that journey of progress and equity. We have to emphasize the importance of grassroots work at every community of which not only our federalist state representatives, but also our local issues. And as we've seen over the last several weeks, our school board members, especially and I need to get to the point about critical race theory. That's something else too. It would be foolish to assume that the wealth of America was already justly. The foolish to assume the wealth of America was earned justly. I find that astonishing that anyone would vote for someone like that. The Fourteenth Amendment passing in 1868, slavery, of course, ending with the Civil War. There was still injustice after that separate, but equal remained the law of the land until 1954. And so it's only been 70 years since we got started on truly treating people equally. And that wasn't perfected, certainly. But everyone who built their own business out there, you didn't build that. That's what Barack Obama said and what Mandela Barnes believed. John

Mandela Barnes America Barack Obama John
Hurricane Fiona Slams Puerto Rico

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | Last week

Hurricane Fiona Slams Puerto Rico

"Begin with a prayer for and report on Puerto Rico, which is in darkness. It is still dark there. There is no power. Hurricane Fiona according to New York Times, Dan will use Puerto Rico. With unrelenting rain terrifying flash floods on Monday. Forcing harrowing home rescues, making it difficult for power crews to reach many parts of the island. Now the island is once again in darkness, 5 years after hurricane Maria inflicted more damage on Puerto Rico than any other disaster in recent history. The people of Puerto Rico need your help. And so if you know how to help them, they also need them to get up and going. I'm not going to go start doing to Joe Biden, what the media did to Donald Trump. It's very little of president can do about this kind of a disaster except stage, call fema and tell him to hurry up. But famous full of pros, they'll get there as soon as possible, but just watch the coverage. If Donald Trump was president, we would have every news network in the United States covering the fact that the lights were out and people had died in Puerto Rico. And it's his fault. We're not saying a thing about it yet because they don't want to embarrass and already beleaguered Joe Biden. The queen

Puerto Rico Hurricane Fiona Hurricane Maria Donald Trump New York Times DAN Joe Biden Fema United States
Can Arizona Flip the Senate?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Can Arizona Flip the Senate?

"Let me give you an example of that. Mark Kelly's in big trouble in Arizona as Blake master surges is on local Arizona TV yesterday cut number ten. Your thoughts on his job, is he done a good job, you think? Hey, you know, you know, first of all, it's not my job to give him a report card. All right, so that's a senator. Being asked about a president. The senator is running for reelection in Arizona. He's asked a very vanilla question, not a hostile interview or local TV. What do you think of Joe Biden? Let's play it again, cut number ten. Your thoughts on his job, is he done a good job, do you think? Hey, you know, first of all, it's not my job to give him a report card. No, it's your job, do you have a report card? You voted with him a 100% of the time, senator Kelly own it.

Arizona Mark Kelly Blake Joe Biden Senator Kelly
Department of Justice Issues New Batch of Subpoenas

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Department of Justice Issues New Batch of Subpoenas

"It is also becoming obvious that the so called January 6 probe at the Department of Justice because there is no official name and they won't comment on it so it's been called a January 6 probe. Has now nailed 30 to 40 of former president Trump's top officials in his political fundraising and former campaign operation. Dozens of people in the former president's orbit have received grand jury subpoenas in recent days. According to multiple sources familiar with the matter, say you see that the DoJ continues to leak. I don't know what they're up to. It's never pleasant to go before a grand jury. I've never had that joyful occasion. Everybody's legal bills go up, no one can afford to be without a lawyer. I am reminded of the erratic Peter Navarro's decision to try and represent himself and he's going to go to jail as a result of that wonderful call. Now he's got some better assault lawyer representing Peter Navarro now and back the matter is lawyering up is expensive. And you can't afford not the lawyer up if you are a subject of the grand jury. And so it's 60 days, so I was 59 days to an election. So it's an unusual exercise of the Department of Justice. But when you're desperate, when you're desperate, when you got nothing, you ain't got nothing to lose. They got nothing thus far they get the July 6th committee is produced nothing and nobody thinks it's going to produce it anymore. The

Peter Navarro President Trump Department Of Justice DOJ
DOJ Agrees to Accept Special Master

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

DOJ Agrees to Accept Special Master

"Justice Department yesterday surprised all the Twitter lawyers by saying it would accept one of Donald Trump's recommendation for the special masters in the Mar-a-Lago document case. And I'm reeling because I was told by all of the lefties in the blue bubble that this was outrageous and they could never do this, then it was unprecedented. Rate of a former president's home is unprecedented. It's not what we did with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, when she was running for president Donald Trump might be running for president. And it was just, but they assured me, everybody assured me all the Twitter legal experts, all the former U.S. assistant attorneys who haven't had a job in a long time who show up on MSNBC, a bunch of long tooth law professors who are 15 years old or niam are out there browsing that this can not happen. The DoJ will never have to accept it. It will be reversed ticket that the Supreme Court, and then Deion shows up yesterday and said, you know, we will accept one of the judges Raymond Derry that former president Trump's legal team had suggested, judge Derry is still a senior district court judge, meaning he's been trying cases and presiding over matters for since Ronald Reagan. I think he's 75 or 76. Again, former United States attorney, it's just in the United States attorney. Also was a member of the foreign intelligence surveillance court. Remember how they said it was going to be tough to find someone with the credentials to oversee classified material that's all judge Gary did for a lot of years because the foreign intelligence surveillance court, that's the court with which I am familiar most back from my Justice Department days at the one the only one I need to do with. I wasn't appellate lawyer. I was just dealing with Pfizer Lawrence going over to the Pfizer court. And judge Derry course qualified to do it in whether or not he turns back all 11,000 documents that Trump or none of them. It will be good to have that review for the benefit of those of us who are open to any result, but are not in a hurry to accept this Department of Justice word for it.

DOJ Secretary Of State Hillary Cli President Donald Trump Judge Derry Foreign Intelligence Surveilla Raymond Derry Twitter Donald Trump United States Deion Msnbc Supreme Court Ronald Reagan Pfizer Lawrence Gary Pfizer
 Ukrainian nuke plant operating tenuously as war persists

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ukrainian nuke plant operating tenuously as war persists

"The head of Ukraine's atomic energy operator accused Russia on Thursday of trying to steal Europe's largest nuclear plant In ergo atum chief Petro cotton says Moscow wants to cut the plant off from the Ukrainian electricity grid and leave it on the brink of a radiation disaster He adds the plants being without an outside source of electricity since Monday and receives power for its own safety systems than the only one of its 6 reactors that remain operational running as much as possible but eventually it will have to be shut down and then the station will have to switch to diesel operators such generators are the station's last defense before

Ergo Atum Petro Cotton Ukraine Moscow Europe
The Biden Diversion

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Biden Diversion

"So senator Johnson, one of those diversions is an attempt by the president to call maga Republicans semi fascists to imply that there's a threat to democracy when there's a threat to democratic incumbent. What percentage of Republicans are semi fascists in your view? Ron Johnson. Zero. Listen, I was on the platform and President Biden took his oath of office and gave us an inaugural address 8 times during that speech. He said his number one goal was to unify and hear this nation. And he has done the exact option. Let's be honest, it is the left is dividing this nation. It is always been the left that devised this nation.

Senator Johnson President Biden Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson Holds the Line in Wisconsin

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Ron Johnson Holds the Line in Wisconsin

"Rove is at my guest yesterday, and he characterized you as a happy warrior, and he implied that the races going very well for you and Wisconsin against the very radical Mandela Barnes is Carl Wright. Well, listen, I joined trying to be in a good mood. I understand we're up against and here we know what we're up against. We have a Democrat party and radical left that only can conduct diversionary operations. They can not talk about the results of their disastrous policies in the government. They're not going to talk about 40 year high inflation. They can't address gasoline prices because they purposely drove them up. They can't talk about rising crime because they're defund police movement and all their anti law enforcement rhetoric is certainly fueling that crisis. They can't talk about the border because they open it up allowing a flood of illegal immigrants to deadly drugs. So all they have are diversions. So that's what President Biden's speech was about. That's what all the lies distortions. The character assassinations against myself, the politics personal structure. That's all they have.

Mandela Barnes Carl Wright Rove Democrat Party Wisconsin President Biden
Who's Your Special Master

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Who's Your Special Master

"There is another in the endless series of leaky stories and anti Trump stories law stories in the media. Finding special master and Trump classified documents case no easy task, legal experts say. Okay, so whenever I see legal experts, it's the people they call that. All right? Who they called up? Finding people have the necessary experience and security clearances to handle the highly classified documents. And the willingness to enter the political brush fire surrounding the probe will be no small task. Legal experts said, that's just nonsense. It's absolute nonsense. The number of people inside the beltway who are very good lawyers and have ongoing clearances for a variety of reasons, whether they are working on classified defense programs, whether they are defending people in espionage cases and have done so before, whether they are involved in surveillance case. Just remember, we have all sorts of lawyers in America and there are a bunch of them that have security clearances. And wouldn't blink at being a special master.

Donald Trump America
Liz Trust and the Women of Britain

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Liz Trust and the Women of Britain

"I ought to be covering and I will cover some of Liz trust's first day as prime minister. There is a wonderful colloquy between prime minister Liz trust and former prime minister Theresa May about why women prime ministers are only Tories, of course they began with Maggie that. Let's just play that now. Cut number one. Today's the May. Thank you, mister speaker. May I congratulate my right honorable friend and welcome her to her position as the third. Can I ask my right honorable friend? Why does she think it is? It all three female prime ministers have been conservative. Well, I thank my right honorable friend for her fantastic question. I look forward to calling on her advice from her time in office as I start as I start my work as I start my work as prime minister. It is, it is quite extraordinary, isn't it? That doesn't seem to be the ability in the Labor Party to find a female leader. Indeed, a leader who doesn't come from North London. Yeah.

Liz Trust Theresa May LIZ Maggie Labor Party North London
Tom Cotton Rips Apart Ranked-Choice Voting Following Sarah Palin Loss

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Tom Cotton Rips Apart Ranked-Choice Voting Following Sarah Palin Loss

"Rank choice voting very complicated that took place in Alaska is what defeated Sarah Palin The Democrat Palin was a Republican and the number three person was a Republican So under the rank choice voting the Republican votes were split and the Democrat won Because they wanted a Republican to hold that seat So rather than have a Republican primary where you duke it out in a Democrat primary where you duke it out they have this convoluted system born in California so the Democrats never lose office Pushed by Lisa Murkowski in Alaska so are rhino She hopes can never lose her slot And she costs the Republicans a seat in the house And a number of Republicans are decrying this Tom cotton ranked choice voting is a scam to rig elections 60% of alaskans voted for a Republican but thanks to a convoluted process in ballot exhaustion which disenfranchises voters at Democrat one He's right Under the rules of rank choice voting voters list ballots in order preference election officials first choice preferences a candidate is deemed the person who a winner is deemed a person who garners more than 50% of the vote But if nobody does then they start well this one counts We had those votes This was their second choice and we had those votes And so what happens The Republican votes are split in the Democrat one

Alaska Tom Cotton Sarah Palin Lisa Murkowski Palin California
Student Loan Debacle Is a Nightmare for Team Biden

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:40 sec | Last month

Student Loan Debacle Is a Nightmare for Team Biden

"Student loan debacle. I think it's a nightmare for team Biden. What are you reporting? This is not your opinion. What do you hear from Democrats and Republicans about the bailout of MDs, PhDs, NBA's, et cetera that it's a mixed bag in that it's a high, high priority for the democratic base and Biden's big weakness lately has been the democratic base, but that it's very problematic from a national perspective and from a 2024 perspective in the states that matter. So it cuts both ways. Maybe helps in 22 a little. It could hurt a lot in 24. I think it's got to hurt Bennett, Cortez masto, Tim Ryan, Maggie Hassan. Everyone who doesn't say stop this madness gets hurt. David

Biden NBA Cortez Masto Maggie Hassan Tim Ryan Bennett David
The GOP Whip Race in the House

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:32 min | Last month

The GOP Whip Race in the House

"Beltway has many, many competitions within it right now. One is underway to become the minority whip and a new House Republican majority should that come to pass. Kevin McCarthy, the speaker, Steve scalise, the majority leader who would be the whip. Many people think it will be at least, but I think Elise Stefanik wants to be chairman of education and labor and razor national profile. Whip is an inside game. Jim banks of Indiana is my favorite candidate for that and it turns out David drucker was doing some reporting and he finds out Jim banks campaigning for it. What do you say, David, good morning? Morning hill. Yeah, I was in Iowa over the weekend and Jim banks was just outside of Cedar Rapids. Speaking at an event, we're actually Henson, a freshman representative from that part of the country. And he's traveling all over the place. And of course, this is what you do when you want to try and build a majority, win in November, but also when you want to try and collect chips and votes for a leadership election that will occur after election day. And of course, Republicans need to win the majority for this slot to open up, but I spent a little time with banks. And he talked about how he's used the job. What do you think is Kevin McCarthy as a potential speaker? And how he thinks a Republican majority will function if they can win and remember again, it's the problem you want, but winning these majorities, especially when they're still going to be a Democrat in The White House and the Senate, even if Republicans win the majority without 60 votes, it can be very challenging.

Jim Banks Steve Scalise Elise Stefanik Kevin Mccarthy David Drucker Cedar Rapids Henson Indiana Iowa House JIM David White House Senate
Iran Sent Its First Shipment of Drones to Russia for Use in Ukraine.

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:36 sec | Last month

Iran Sent Its First Shipment of Drones to Russia for Use in Ukraine.

"Iran sent its first shipment of drones to Russia for use in Ukraine. I remind you, the big three of our opposition, China, Russia, and Iran, Iran is sending drones. They didn't work. Meanwhile, Ukraine wars depleting U.S. ammunition stockpiled. Sparking Pentagon concern according to the journal. The war in Ukraine is depleted American stocks have some types of ammunition in The Pentagon has been slow to replenish its arsenal. You know why it's slow because the United States Congress run by Democrats can't pass an appropriations bill. It's an embarrassment. It is endangering our troops and our allies, and we need to vote Republican up and down the ballot.

Iran Ukraine Russia Pentagon United States China The Journal Congress
Trump's Mar-A-Lago Documents Have Already Been Examined

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | Last month

Trump's Mar-A-Lago Documents Have Already Been Examined

"The morning, Trump's Mar-a-Lago documents have already been examined by the FBI, the Justice Department tells the judge. Filter team completed its review. And they found some things they shouldn't have taken. They've told the judge that. And they'll give them back. Don't worry, they say. Trust us. Do you trust them? I don't. I believe the federal judge reviewing the request from president Trump former president Trump. To appoint a special master should be expedited and be in place immediately I do not believe the FBI do not believe the DoJ, I think that this was a disaster by the bureau. It is unprecedented. Tell me why. Just tell me why. Former Secretary of State Clinton's server, and all of the classified materials on it were never seen in a warrant driven search, but president Trump's box of documents from The White House, which he could have declassified, we don't know what work. I just don't understand how anyone can defend this.

President Trump DOJ FBI Lago Donald Trump Clinton White House
"cotton" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"cotton" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"One of the big nights that I had here was my parents coming to see me do my show because I had never for whatever reason I was very embarrassed around my parents to show them this part of my personality. So when I started doing this, it was a little strange to them. When I told them I think I want to be a comedian and they went, okay. You know, you've never done anything funny. And so I've eventually, I brought them here and they sat right there and I was so nervous that night because I was showing them this whole side of myself. It was like my little gay closet moment, you know, where I had to say, mom, dad, I don't know how to tell you this, but I'm a funny person. And I don't want to be ashamed of it anymore. And I want to lead a funny lifestyle now. I want to be with other funny people. I want to have breakfast at two in the afternoon and I was up. And the other thing was meeting girls in the bar out there. That was a new thing, too. Because comedians sometimes have a little difficulty in normal social situations. I can do this for some reason and always always felt comfortable doing what I'm doing right now. I was like, I could talk to all of you, but I can't talk to any of you. I don't really understand that, but I've talked to a lot of other communities that have the similar thing. So when you coming here and doing a show, and then you go sit in the bar and girls will come and they would talk to you. And I was like, unbelievable. So that's why we never went any place else. Why would you not go where someone might be able to see you do the one thing that you can do? That's kind of cool. So I started having relationships with women observing them up close. Especially their bathrooms are fascinating little wonderlands. I noticed that women need a large and constant supply of cotton balls and men don't need any. I've never had a cotton ball in my entire life. I've never bought one owned one, needed one. I've never been in a situation where I thought to myself, I could use a cotton ball right now. I could certainly get out of this mess. Women need them. And they don't need one or two. They need thousands of them every single day. They buy bean bag chairs, filled with cotton balls. Two days later, they're all out. They need more. They're on their way back to the store. The only time I ever see them is two or three in the bottom and a little wastebasket looked like they've been through some horrible experience. Tortured interrogated. I don't know what you did to him. Once a woman left three cotton balls over my house, took me a year to use them up. But when all the kitchen floor I thought maybe the cockroaches would think it's a tumbleweed, go, this is a dead town. Let's move on. Or I go to the doctor before he gives you the shot, puts the alcohol on you on with the cotton ball. I bring one of mine. He goes for his. I go, maybe you could use this one. Sometimes he'd use it. Take a penny off on my bill. Gives me the prescription. I take that home, open up the bottle. There's another cotton ball in there. The cotton ball syndicate was always one step ahead. Watch Jerry Seinfeld. Before Seinfeld, on Netflix..

Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld Netflix
"cotton" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"cotton" Discussed on How I Built This

"You might be surprised to discover that. I don't spend much time on youtube. Okay of course you knew that. I'm an early middle aged dad with a busy life. So the fact that i even know the names mr be store pupae or the paul brothers has everything to do with having two boys who are approaching their teenage years and among all the clips. They'll show me. I've been consistently entertained by a group of five guys who perform outrageous athletic stunts and go by the name. Do perfect so when we decided to interview them for this episode of the show i had to give up my mic for a few minutes to some wild eyed fans who were hanging around the studio my children all right there was a soda can and the card was stolen. It's split the soda. Kenan half how did he do that so like he has a couple of different types of cards one of the kinds that he has medal and so that one he. This last voice is cory cotton. You'll hear more from him. In a moment what you need to know for now. Is that these five guys who call themselves do perfect are among the most popular entertainers in america among three to fourteen year old boys and girls which is why. My kids insisted on asking questions of their own. When you scored that world-record in oklahoma when you shot the ball like two hundred twenty feet and you made it in the who when you went to sleep at night what did you what were you feeling. Was i feel after i made. The shot would do. Perfect produces are stunningly complex. Tricks basketball hurled from an airplane into a hoop far below a hole in one. Golf shot shots multi-storey roof into the whole of thousand feet away. A bowling ball being hurled from a moving car. Dozens of pins for a perfect strike. None of it is faked. It's all real. It might just take a hundred or even a thousand tries before it works. Sometimes one shot free. Single video can take two weeks as of this recording dude. Perfect has nearly fifty seven million subscribers to its youtube channel. The guys are among the biggest youtubers in the world and hits a big business with tens of millions of dollars in ad revenue a massive live show that sells out stadiums and arenas television deals and even a few food products and partnerships with big brands. But of course like any great business story the rise of dude perfect as a powerhouse brand was a slow burn more than a decade in the making for years they drive halfway across texas every weekend shoot videos and then pull all nighters to edit them and this was long before youtube became a way to make decent money but one of the things. It's made dude perfect. So popular is that. They're actually nice guys. They're not mean they don't get into beefs or boxing matches with other youtubers. They don't swear in their videos. This spite what. I said above actually look effortless. But as i say as you will hear that effortlessness takes a hell of a lot of effort. Dude perfect is based in frisco texas. Not far from dallas and just a few hundred miles from where they all met at college. The five dudes are cody jones. Garrett hilbert two brothers corey and coby cotton and tyler. Tony and there was no way. I could speak to all five of them in one sitting but i did. Speak to to tyler and corey. His twin brother. Kobe is also in dude perfect. Our parents love him to death but they decided to confuse the whole world. We had solid real first names. I'm william cotton and he's john cotton and they decided to go with the tricky middle names for. Oh we're actually gonna be mets. Chorine kobe so one letter apart. What i'm wondering. Yeah i was like why your parents call your brother. Kobe and called you hillary and your identical twins. But that's actually your middle names correct. They set us up for a little bit of a confusing. I think but it's okay. We like it and you guys Were preachers get. Your dad was a pastor kind of in and around the houston area. That's right so we definitely grew up playing tag in in churches and got my finger jammed in a in a door. That coca slammed on me as playing tag and we always felt like everyone was looking at us right. I mean you're were just the pastor's kids. Everyone knows us. We don't necessarily know them. But you've got all these people fifty years older than you walking up to you rubbing your head and you're getting bigger and it's all kind of thing. Yeah and did you. Was that okay where you okay with that. Honestly it was really fun. I know people have different opinions of what it's like to be a pastor's kid. I feel like usually goes either really well a really poorly but ours was on the good side for sure and tyler from what i understand you grew up in prosper texas. Or just just outside and i for one understand. Your dad was also involved in the in the faith community. He was He was kind of well known. I guess because he sang in a southern gospel. music group. That that your grandfather was also involved with is that right. Oh yeah yeah. I remember vividly going back. When i was four or five. Six years old. My dad michaels in cousin and grandpa they'd all be at the house gathered around just the big speaker and a house you know singing like four inches from each other's ears trying to nail their parts and i remember laying in bed like ten eleven pm at night and just hearing them. Blast that music downstairs and for the Older generation and a lot of those southern baptist. Churches they were. They were celebrities. I guess you could say and then your dad went and worked for software company. Yep yep basically. Software companies was at netscape when they were kind of the original internet explorer browser and my mom stayed at home with us with me and my sister and she was a stay at home. Mom as a kid were you. Were you good athlete from early age. I say that i was an above average athlete. My dad always. He was always telling me you know teaching me about mental toughness and hustle and how that can overcome a lack of talent and a lot of areas and so i played everything i mean. I played a lot of hockey played football basketball baseball track golf and i would venture to guess that if you were to pull people in texas about their faith that high school football would rank pretty high up there. I think so. It's really important rate. It's a really a big deal in texas especially in small towns where they don't have professional teams in in in tyler. You like you weren't just on the high school football team your quarterback.

cory cotton youtube tyler cody jones Garrett hilbert Kenan coby cotton william cotton corey texas Kobe john cotton bowling oklahoma basketball frisco golf boxing america
"cotton" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"cotton" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"If you wanna be a part of the program it is inexplicable. Why biden is being bullied by the taliban and agreeing to stick to this august thirty first deadline. Even we have what even democrats now saying that that it's going to be impossible to keep that deadline and get everybody out of there. It makes no sense. The pentagon spokesman John kirby announcing that only several americans have been evacuated since august fourteenth. It's just a horrendous situation. The president has got us into even his own. You know even former homeland security secretary. Jay johnson said that this is going to get a whole lot worse while prime minister. The prime minister of singapore's lecturing kamala harris about this blunder. And how it's damaged america's credibility worldwide and even teams that are of people. Americans are trying to orchestrate private evacuations. Say biden is is actually hurting their efforts. I it doesn't get any worse than this many. Us senators trying to do everything they can do to help people in their district or just americans that they know are in trouble or the death sentence that would await afghan said that we promised of this day ever came would we. We would get them out knowing that they will be killed. It's a death sentence if they stay behind that seven days left. Joe biden shows no indication of the urgency that is needed to get every single person out of their senator. Cotton is called for a military rescue of trapped americans if if biden is going to stick to this deadline and be bullied by the taliban. The least we ought to have you know. Tens of thousands of troops evacuating the people all over afghanistan. And make sure they get safe passage to the airport because you know even our own state department. They keep sending out memos. You might want to consider making your way to the airport. We can't guarantee your safety. You better not go today saturday. Bad day yeah oh and all the checkpoints are changing in the entry. Points are changing by the minute. Follow us on facebook and twitter. I mean you can't. You can't write a novel this insane. I know one person whose family would went on fox and friends and his entire family trapped behind enemy lines Senator tom cotton was instrumental in getting amount as name as haroon who was on with us last night on hannity Listen to what he said are ruined when we talked to you last week. And you told us the harrowing story about how you would gone to the airport twice. And they were just thousands of people the tout you were reluctant to show your american passport because you were worried that the taliban would see that and then follow you to your parents home and kill your whole family tanzer. Tell us about the day you finally made it through the checkpoints and got to the planes. Eventually i had to do that evan. My parents as you just mentioned. They have to show that taliban all the paperwork that he had his hand otherwise they will ask them what. You're going into stuff like that ever myself. I did show them might prosper to be honest That i'm an american..

biden John kirby taliban Jay johnson kamala harris pentagon america Joe biden singapore Senator tom cotton Cotton afghanistan haroon hannity tanzer fox twitter facebook evan
"cotton" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"cotton" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"Going to turn forty this year and i feel like it is a big pivotal moment and it is a time to really look backer. What i've learned and where i'm at. I just think you've not everybody. But some people get it way before in their twenties thirties. All i just feel more confident. Now in being me and i felt like i was enough before the i was doing life right now. I care a lot less and i just want to do good work help where i can unexperienced joy along the way you know. My sort of i guess. Perspective of life has changed with age and mentioned that that simple example being in a cabin in expressing truth. There as you got out in the world and started doing that more and more talk about how your confidence with that belt over time. I think you realize that nothing happens in your head. You've built this whole catastrophe sizing story of you know this cab. Drivers gonna think. I'm the most rude awful human and he's going to mention something like get out the car or even more extreme when it comes to you know relationships or dynamics where there is more lease is terrifying. I think the time you realize people quite light the tree they feel safe with the truth. Because you're creating natural boundaries which all flop awful boundaries my whole life. So that's something. I'm been really trying to flex that muscle as well. Most of the time. It's met with understanding. Just nobody bats you. Just you've spoken your truth now. Like kula k the game with that day. So so humbling in a sense because you brought up this whole big thing through your ego of what's going to happen and it doesn't and even when it does save because there have been times in the last twelve months where i voiced my concern about something or i've reached i'll for some reason on. It's not been met brilliantly. Dot i think is brilliant lesson in itself. Because what i've learned from that is that you then get to step away from the situation ago right was not coming from a good place for me. I believe it was. Why was it matt with a tricky reaction. Maybe this dynamics. Not what i thought it was. Maybe this person's going through something. I hadn't noticed so it's just i now see information. You're getting information back that you might not have received before and that's helpful and you can make clearer decisions so i'm just so understanding the outcome of it better whereas before for me it was always going to be

Jesse jesse
"cotton" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"cotton" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Which is the hallmark of a good thriller and all through it. You've got caught malone who on page nineteen. I just like this description here says She'd known a lot of men a few who became quite close but no one compared to herald. Earl cotton malone. Us tall and full the chest. Wavy hair cut neat. Trump seemed always carry the burnished ten of eight stone us forthright individual strong taste an even stronger convictions. But chris of amusement like laying on his lips which just devilish side once she knew to be exciting so any autobiographical Stuff in there stayed not not not description but but cotton is basically my personality definitely is in cassiopeia is my wife elizabeth's personality so and there's actually when occasionally when they're kind of arguing with one another other at odds with another there's actual words that we have said between one another in there that only her and i would recognize And but from the description standpoint. No i if you'll notice i don't give you a lot of description of cotton. I let you kind of envision it. His name though is interesting herald earl cotton alone. My father's name is harold. Earl sam berry. Everyone calls him sam. No one knows why not even him. He doesn't even know why they call him. Sam and so. I transferred that over now with cotton. We know why cotton is called cotton that was explained in the book..

Trump harold elizabeth Earl sam berry page nineteen sam Sam cassiopeia ten Earl cotton malone eight stone herald earl
"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Actually we got to you because you're melanie the key the keyboardist in your band. We talked with her and she's like Oh you have to talk to Josie. She's amazing. I can't believe. We Never I've I've never played with her before, but we hooked we're. US time she wasn't honored to have her in the band I mean it was. Just amazing shows we we we did in on the East Coast and we were supposed to do a tour of New York in all feeling all that area and then you know the pandemic but did she we had the best time my bass player. Cherish Alexander in Melanie and I were like the we were. We were like Charlie's angels or something. Yeah. So Fun to really I don't know a lot of girl energy it was. Just. The best time and she's always welcome in my world. That's so nice. It's an Ivan and hurt you just said something about it but finding this at the at the last minute as if it's late in life hopefully, there's music for years to come well I mean. If if it's any indication, I'm just writing so many songs now. So that's a my favorite thing in the world. So we'll see how it all turns out. It's not over yet. You posted something on instagram staying start a new album and its. Follow your instagram I'm very religious. But anyway, you said you're starting a new album it's making Josie saying the songs or strange. My dreams are stranger I might be turning into an insect. What is going on Josie? please. Well. I. Don't know I mean I better by the Franz Kafka in. Chain. Yes. So those might reference points EU just go up and down a kind of A. Some days don't you feel like. Our little more darker than others than some days you pop out and you go okay and then you go no. I'm just on that roller coaster of so the creativity is is taking me into another another realm. I don't know what's happening, but I'm just trying to follow. Judge too harshly because it's it's writing itself this point so. To be well. It is a good one and I. think that's what we're all trying to do. Right is just accept. You know every day every day you're gonNA feel a little bit differently and just. Go with it. Yeah. It's you become very philosophical at some point you have to assist the calving out of always. Doing like you were saying the beginning doing good I'm doing good considering. It's always there's always that caveat now like considering yet. Place, we can eliminate the considering shouldn't feel bad saying it but if we happen to be feeling really great one day, we shouldn't feel funny saying that it's okay, right? Yeah. That's right. Well, convertible music is out now on all streaming services. The the vinyl will be out with a with a new song, right? Yeah. Well. The digital has the news has it's it's not a new sound. It was the B side of Johnny. Are you queer but a lot of people never heard that let's do the blackout. It sounds very tiny job time. We're all going to black out. I WanNa do the blackout sometimes okay well. I think we were there innate. Driving Eighty. Survive this too. We are still here. Yeah. Well, first of all, congratulations on owning your music getting your children back and. It's great. I. I'm going I look forward to hearing more and more from you. I encourage everyone to follow Josie on her instagram because it's colorful and find and just. Let me I I seen your name I. Just didn't really realize you know. This guy and Look at put a name with the face now now I hope. It helps wonderful. Thank you so much. This was a lot of fun anyway you guys are just great in I. Am hope to talk to you again was fine for sure. Definitely thank you so much pleasure. Look forward to seeing you on the road, right? Yes. Not Hopefully not running down the road. Well Stop for you if we see. Okay. Appreciate it. All right. So that's our episode with Josie Cotton I got a great.

Josie Cotton instagram Franz Kafka East Coast New York Cherish Alexander Charlie Melanie Ivan Johnny
"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"What difference does it make podcast and our interview with Josie Cotton My, when I was started working with my man Randy Phillips was my manager for years you know the Michael Jackson Michael Jackson at one. So he asked me what has field to be a he has a fuel to be a sex object that was like. I said. I guess it's better than not being one. Acted. I, mean if there was some. Debris slopes there. I. Don't think I'd answer the same way now did you think about your image or what? Like how do you how you present yourself on stage and you know on your albums? Or was this just this is what Josie was. This is who you are and this is what you want. I mean I had so many different personas. Musically in. Kind of a aesthetically I I could have gone so many different directions in music was a lot bigger than just you know pop music girl pop and all that I didn't quite have the focus that the pain brothers were able to direct me in into focusing something into something that was part of my history in love but you have to simply you have to focus. What the the sound in a look is going to be you have to do that or nonconformists on you like if you're like changing into Edith Piaf and then you're like me might net and then you're like, you know, Brazil's sixty six. You just have to just not move for a second and they were able to they were able to focus me in that in that sense they were hugely aware of image in an wasn't anything I was uncomfortable with, but it were wonderful at it now. Larson pain, did you play the music? Did you do the La Music scene? You know we had different bands and the thing is johnny took off so fast, and then we are immediately recording that six month period. So the time that I would have gone in in played we were just in the studio and then putting the record out and So I, kind of missed a lot of live playing did I wish I had been in part of? Yeah. So that must have been hard. Then when suddenly have a hit song and you don't have a lot of stage experience what I've played in bands. I mean I I was on stage and I was three years old in Valet. Remind you know I had ballet background with my father was the valeted instructor in he and he would throw me on stage. I've been doing you know do additives with these little boys and you know when I was four and five. So I was very comfortable on stage I. Love. an awful thing to say I. Love You. Know. Performers to save they love being. It just sounds. But but I I. It was I could be myself on stage in in night wasn't always the case off stage. So that wasn't the problem with me went was what happened when I got up stage basically so that you create.

Michael Jackson Edith Piaf Randy Phillips Josie Larson johnny Brazil instructor
"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Hey Dave. Hey welcome to part two of our interview with Josie cotton. I'm so excited Josie is such a great guests and I'm so happy to be back with part to this is what difference does it make the podcast? Let's get into our interview with Josie Cotton I'm jumping ahead here but I wanted to ask you about your the release that Ukrainian cowboy in Cold War Spy. Yeah. How that came to be what was the inspiration for it? Well, it was just it was a songs I have had for oil and never could quite for. Them refine the title in I just had this brainstorm I was. Trying to finish the song in it just seemed. Like I had to change the theme of the Song a little bit just a slightly towards Russia. And I, Don I just had this had this fantasy with the video Again, we made it happen and it was just really fun. It was It was just based on my love of history. Anna. kind of sad country songs and I guess Weird pocos going on. And then we can't be the video. That's what I wanted it because it's a very sad song if you listen to the lyrics but I wanted to be funny and sad as my favorite combination of a odd funny sad and in just everything contradicting itself that was my goal. Kind is being super political without saying anything at all in I didn't make any reference. It was just like the Russian flag and Russian soldiers. People being shot. Me Wearing in high heels. So the snow. Fun because he wouldn't necessarily get that from the from it if you just listened to the song on. It isn't what it conjures up. Yeah, it's. But I did write it like it was a movie. I. Mean That's kind of. Coerced by two, that was I'm a been obsessed with Stasi's in spies for a while and able to research it so much that the song that really didn't have a title just became. All about the nineteen sixties in East Berlin and kind of spy dangerous really. Mimicking our time right now in terms of ideas and in the danger I was trying to say something. Without being politically just don't see but I was trying to say something in that song.

Josie cotton Don I East Berlin Russia Anna.
"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"It was actually like so catchy in I was excited other all these. Musicians there's. Never met in in they were all doing it in. So that was fun to be involved in that I. Don't know how they mixed it thirty singers. So crazy. He did it in his we all did it remotely and then we did a video remotely I. Guess That's The way the future I guess we're all going to be in in like little. Capsules under the earth or something now and never go out and see the sky. Zetter. How? Open just a snapshot in time when. You know in a few years. Yeah. Say. It forced us to be more creative. That's. Yes end look at things more carefully and her in society I mean I think some really I, actually think some grapes stuff is coming out of this and and. I think it's maybe our last chance to get our stuff together here on the earth. It was so clear just every day looking at downtown is like I can't believe I'm seeing no smog in in Los Angeles was. Muddling that. In no traffic wall did you enjoy the recording process now trying to do it in your home? No no no. No I didn't I'm not a technical person so hard because I'm doing about all by myself. So yeah, I'm not an engineer I will. Emphatically. Definite will definitely come out with new skills. I think so yeah, last year you released that they album your original album that was released in nineteen. eighty-six everything is oh yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was supposed to be my third album. Okay, and so I. You you released this last year was this in conjunction you also you have music in stranger things. That's how I found that record they. They were asking me for songs a night I we went on a search and we ended up finding all these these two inch tapes in various peoples, addicts, and Garages. I was lost I. Really did did I didn't think it was a chance but we put it together and we debate the tapes you know the prospects for two days. A. The low he baking, which is so strange in. There was no degradation of sound. It was quite amazing to hear it and it was it had been in a rafters with rain leaking had been through earthquakes. And floods and fires when I was living out in. Different area and it it just amazingly. Survived. The whole thing durable. So did they originally come to you for for new music or did they ask you for something specific? They asked what they at my publishing committee. we're looking for eighties records that were never released at night. They said it to me as I. Think I have one of those but would odd request. Record I just like left. You know it's kind of like a crime scene crime scene tape in high, just like let the building in. Finnish records never released that's how we ended up doing that. That's fortuitous. I know it was. It was quite miraculous because it had been raining on them in our rafters leaking roof and stuff. So I don't even know happened I'm glad it was it felt great to did finally finish something like that was always like Oh, Gosh. That was really good I wish. Know. BUBBA. Now it's just like Oh gosh to be able to just completely exhale for second Kamini second. In, go back into our world, which is not very relaxing now I. Guess You knew at the time what a big hit stranger things was. Because he's A. Huge Fan like I am science fiction Geek, and I know all these shows in some great lands Yeah it was super flattering and I might you know I think a my idea about strangers more techno part of the eighties it was a little. More synthesized. Version of the eighty side never thought I quite fit in with. Aesthetic they obviously thought. So I guess. I don't know. Okay. So we're having a lot of fun with Josie cotton, but let's stop it right here. Sorry. Holly. Sorry it's got..

Los Angeles Josie cotton engineer Holly
"cotton" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"I feel like it's just going to happen aka happen now. It's gonna be years from that happy. Never need to he tools. Like it's too much of a spotlight on breath. Borough i i just don't i just don't like the fact bro like i understand. I understand like you're saying i. I seen it from their point of view but at the same time. It's like okay so you go on social media willing to make a song they did. They went on social media. With a i i know. But he probably begin withdrawing friends now prince vape phrase attaway. Reach out to him. That's why i only friendly. I ain't looking for no phrase. You listened to the so. What's oh you gotta watch the video. woody saying said i play the part. I play a little part of the song. It's long it's huge is. Lightning came down the road. But like like we ain't never seen nobody doesn't go against him is like this. So let's say crazy anything. I just won't happy to like. He gives shapers. Music is all in.

woody
"cotton" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"Boycotting. Keep him down burst. I've been telling you out was asleep. He's been telling the sleaze what. Oh i can just look at his face to here. Fucking sleazeball. I robe long. Lie you mike. King snake lay mafia com bro. Like phone from. What i've seen is always stayed up. When i've encountered in zambia. Both both do agree. Just saying like i'll be shit on. It just seemed like it's a. I say it's not like he's hey but it's like like when i'm typing when i used to see him or whatever we w went light love. It went like it was like what he has to do. I ain't no problem with this. I feel that. I just don't She knees i had a good report. People gucci gleevec lagutan. God for gucci. Then why is he. Losing tis obtaining east gucci here. Say t's the broke blog and the broke label coaching her. Bro team. it you got the clue for cotton apparently.

zambia t
"cotton" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"She desirable driver gun not even knows everybody. Get the truck rally. Turn out as good as a rightfully sober lights. Fucking shit i will. I was worried. Both i mean we. Did you see that that performance nigger they had the whole lay out the whole thing You know trump got a carried on. Look it up. He basically he Basically earnshaw about right. Now he's been with the campaign and shit pretty much the way that nigga move is just like a calamity leakages. Just do whatever he has to do. Both what win to win like he says no strategy to his campaign. He tried awesome mouth. He sees works in racks if his works. He's moving with if if it If it works then them saying he good if it don't he whatever you know what. I'm saying the knicks. That's his campaign work in said that this is truly dangerous. End the be a nation's leader to be the nation's leader she'll be told but i think trump was placed in there because he exactly businessman. Well see it now and then issue with the hall. United basically we said economy with the with the corona she. So i'm i'm started. They trump was placed to handle this sheets. Handle the reese it like. He was hired to he a good businessman. So we finna reset the economy. Let's hire the best businessman for the job and puppy get that and they don't know what the fuck running nigga bush bless when he was president he know to be president trump trump in their meal. Naked telling him what's do neces- sure any type of businesses. I don't think trump in foot right as long as e. Just control feel like patrol. You know what i'm saying. Trophy in control. He disapproves motherfucker. Who steady being privileged. He's been he's in a privileged position but he is not the negative way. We need to worry about roasted. Nicotrol trump need leather. They are what is partly hard to control their name. Because i know he just the same one day to day life. Probably they probably gonna say one thing in any runoff. I'll say that's why you don't be knowing what the fuck the site 'cause when they he ran out run out of the sit there and tell me get back to my site when he navy the kong flu kong quotable from his money his his bag he got and they got a fake news. Created this the remembered that fake news now saying megan lays phrase fake news. Trump me. Gay with some seat. He said trump then game some shit. Oh we've seen j. I love the ignorance bro. I feel like trump handling this she. Hi hi this. Change this lever regardless. Look look fucking loose cannon in the fucking brutal look regardless. I like them niggers. Ain't we already told the president. I think of course steele negatives been sport is fucking light now. Really talk like you can't tell the nigga no it dep- town truck. Same easy pay for buddies niki. That's martino nego chung. Like i feel like i like obama did leave here leave a mark in there. You know what i'm saying like he's only mark is black. That's that's lino stain there bro. Light trump leaving a stain. And i feel like our. That's why we. That's why i lotta even appreciate like obama like did like vascular league is laden. Then everybody president fucking been more for this war first one why that they know this year online release on their last term last. Be saying he's a they would've smoke. Try to do anything nigger man. We need the man even if they try anything back even if they try to sit in a little bit of even though the show the Could've brought the. Muslims moved to the. I think it s here. That's really. What the trump nor slung kkk. That's why i need to watch the guy though some here on the harlem negative artist..

trump president knicks obama United harlem megan bush steele earnshaw
"cotton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of senator Tom cotton only one of the good guys I campaigned hard for senator Tom cotton when I was on the air and are at when I was when he was running from the house of representatives to the Senate and I I hope I believe from what everybody told me that I did an awful lot of good he never even knew it but I was very much pushing people to get out and make sure that they vote for Tom cotton in as a senator and aren't we glad we did when we think about it he went on to say in this interview which are great I you know I said that I think everybody needs to to download this and listen to this interview you can probably find it on YouTube the whole interview by now so make sure that you go there an interview you know Sunday mornings with Marie Barr Bartiromo or and Tom cotton senator Tom cotton you'll get the you want me trouble finding a but make sure that you listen to it you can find the transcript read it it is a pretty amazing interview from what from the point of what Tom cotton said he didn't hold back anything and I sure hope that senator cotton has president trump here but he was talking about the manufacturing of our prescription drugs in China and he said we would give we need to give incentives to companies to build new plants here create more jobs here so we're not dependent on China in a pandemic warmer even any other kind of health concerns he is a proponent of end quote he is a proponent of that we should be giving incentives to corporations we need to go to these pharmaceutical companies and say tell us what you need but you've got to get your production of these prescription drugs out of China out of China is a matter of fact it's got to be some sort of a mandate that we can't do business with them any longer there has to be something that we can pressure them to to move out of China and we need to do that secondly he can can you to talk about so you know what I always say China cares about two things economic dominance in military dominance of the world show he says Sekine second China is continuing even now to take aggressive actions throughout the region to break its commitments it's cracking down on Hong Kong in violation of its commitments to Great Britain when Great Britain returned Hong Kong to China China is taking aggressive actions in the South China Sea and we need to invest more now in our defense industrial base to offset some of the losses we're going to see because of this virus we need more ships we need more submarines we need more bombers we need more fighters the exact kind of systems that will deter China from aggressive action against the United States and our interest in the western Pacific and ultimately all around the globe end quote thank you senator cotton look he also believes that we are going to see a supply chain our problem here in America particularly with our protein products so they are the plants they own they're shutting down or they're buying up meat from the US and we are selling it to them that's fine right now but there's gonna be a time and I would suspect a month from now where we're going to have the prices in the United States going up dramatically on protein is China is doing there Scott great are buying right now just another example according to Tom cotton quote just another example of the way they're trying to take advantage of the crisis they're not resting on our laurels not even now they're not there is a problem because you've heard me talk about it for the last fifteen years how may I don't know how many times how we just continue to let China coming by our hotels by our high rises in New York City in Miami around the country buying farmland buying meat processing plants you heard me tell the story over and over again I had a sit down conversation with the then acting minister of economics for Israel and I also had the same conversation the next day with the past economic minister who was also a very good friend of Benjamin at Netanyahu and was instrumental in getting president and Netanyahu in office his very first time you rent and we had the same conversation with them which sounded like an argument it really was a conversation about one of the things was what what what yes a small country like Israel to turn over all of their dairy to communist China what would you do that and both of the major the same way it must have been the party line they both answered the same way will we still own the callous you will not see the cows don't mean anything it's where the end product is going what the supply chain looks like for the end product who's getting all the yogurt who's getting all the milk who's getting all the cheese who's getting all the cottage cheese and all the other by products that are coming from the Derry who's getting all that China in a heart beat can snap their fingers and say we need more we're taking more and I would suspect right now they're doing that to Israel and I would suspect right now that in Israel were seen dairy products and prices going up created some inflation in the dairy markets why because it doesn't matter that they own the gals and I thought it was lunacy when Israel did this tonight and I told them both so it made no economic sense for a country that small to give that up now I understand that they have a trading Israel talking about has a J. trade agreement with China to a certain extent they they are China has been good trading partners form because China doesn't care about religion they don't care about the god they serve which is the same god we serve they don't care about that China that's your realm they don't care they're not going to hold that against anybody because they don't believe in any of it they all think they think it's a bunch of garbage and it's in your relevant thing it would be like us getting all upset because you know China's flag is right it's kind of irrelevant in the grand scheme of things so they they just don't care so they've always been trading partners that didn't make every trade some sort of political statement but that's going to come back to haunt them as well it's going to continue to come back to haunt us listen I said this over and over again China is our greatest national threat you heard me with Frank Gaffney last week the week before last Friday a week ago talking about China and the threat that they are so look we need to we need to all get on the phone first of all and call the switchboard at their house of representatives if you live in not if you live in in Arkansas all you need to call senator cotton's Arkansas office but in the meantime we.

senator Tom cotton Senate
"cotton" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Think here Tom cotton is the most important voices a senator who is been so loud about holding at these guys accountable for that you want to talk about alleging that Tom cotton is from Arkansas forget about election engineer I think about world manipulation night we're talking about people interfering with our election are stock markets stunk people are working at this thing that they need to answer for and that's and he's the one who's actually really rallying behind that message you know what I found yesterday was very interesting it was very it during the course of the day became obvious a lot of people who were calling talk radio programs didn't know they're going to do because they were laid off and then about mid afternoon Amazon announces gonna hire a hundred thousand people two in pay in two Bucks an hour more they're getting paid now and then there was the grocery stores you know that's the other thing the people going nuts buying stuff why are we so cheap wait when did we become so divorce is because you're outside of but the bottom line is I went I did a huge grocery shop for my parents yesterday I went to Wegmans and I was there for two hours it was the most miserable experience I've ever had I got the last four cans of soup I got there and there were no canned tuna anymore I got like a bunch of pouches of tuna for my parents I'd bought whatever produce I could find some chickens and you know just for them to stock up because they're if they are in the highest risk you know my mom especially is in the high risk category and so and I I dropped it off in their in their garage and ram so they wouldn't see me I mean it was like a handshake drug deal it was crazy and it what but I don't want if I'm carrying something that the last thing I wanna do is be responsible for infecting my parents and you know and in in Wegmans there were these elderly couples wandering the aisles every time I saw an older person I ran the other way just because I don't want to infect anybody who knows and you know it's just it's the whole thing the stores are not doing I don't think stores are doing any service to the public there were signs that said limit for you know four products per person or whatever but what they really need to do is sanitize the stores at night and in the morning I know in California there are stores doing this and props to them but in the morning the first two hours of opening should just be for the most vulnerable people at the first sixty five and over and that's it and let them go and get the supplies that they need and get out before the younger population I see that I live in a college town it's college kids wandering the streets drinking Starbucks like no one's taking it seriously if the whole thing it's it's an overreaction on one end and a complete under reaction on the other it's a mess Rep food without for sure literally and figuratively here's some news for those of you who are looking for some extra dough you can't get a job at the moment you're out for whatever the reason if you get.

Tom cotton senator
"cotton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tom cotton of Arkansas good morning center good to have you morning he was going to be on with you before I turn to the corona virus and serious saying any comments on how the Democrats can run Medicare for all that they can't run a caucus you I think that point is well taken the Democrats want to take over and run our entire healthcare system that they can't seem to ride in a caucus just like they couldn't seem to run a website seven years ago so perhaps we should be skeptical of their claims to a brighter and better future credit control government a chest thanks so okay coronavirus there are twenty thousand six hundred and seventy six cases diagnosed according to the South China morning post fourteen twenty seven that six hundred sixty four recovered in the United States are fifteen cases and no deaths in fact only two deaths have occurred outside of mainland China one in Hong Kong one in the rest of Asia tight scientists have have announced they suspect the combination manner by rules work what's your assessment of where we are senator cotton have we done enough are we doing enough to prevent the spread and containment when it does occur close your eyes I want to commend the president last week we're taking decisive action and shutting down intruded United States for anyone from China or anyone who had been to China in the last fourteen days that he has a very bold action past administrations have not taken and would not take such an action but there is no doubt that America is safer today because the president acted decisively last week twenty two thousand people land works every day from China that means that just in the times that that ban went into effect on Sunday ten to thousand people of not calm there's no question that some of them were brought the corona virus is it the silver bullet doesn't mean no more cases America no certainly not but it means that we are better off now than we otherwise would have been the key word that you side bear in terms of the cases China you though diagnosed cases mostly professional epidemiologist using various models estimate there there are cans of thousands of cases of corona virus in China if not hundreds of thousands I suspect we'll continue to see that number increased just like I think we'll see that number increased around the world there are many unknowns so far if you we don't know exactly how many people each person with coronavirus buyers can affect it could be two or three or even more hopefully with preventive measures we can get that sale hello one we don't know the exact incubation time we don't know the extent to which people who are asymptomatic are contagious that we know they are contagious we don't know what the hell the right will be right now it looks to be a little bit about two percent again hopefully with Perrin measures we can get that Dale but when there are so many unknowns it is best to follow Benjamin Franklin's wise Max and Elsa prevention is worth a pound of cure now your friend secretary bomb pale has offered China help they have declined it in fact they're blaming us for over reporting this and their markets got Sammy maul our markets are doing fine are we being too hard on the Chinese because I don't think the party is forthcoming they've never been forthcoming in the past I thank god the general secretary G. is slow to the game here no he will not make you are inside at all you don't have to look at China's history of duplicity and accomplishments that have had about like this with salt sars although it's relevant you can just simply look at the way they handled this outbreak the first Chinese persons were coming down with the symptoms in early December China did not report this outbreak to the default Health Organization though until December thirty first and then they continued to suppress it from their own people going so far in fact to punish and silence doctors who were trying to blow the whistle one of her male actually house coronavirus miss struggling for his own life so if the Chinese had been up front and transparent the beginning it might not be better for us around the world it be better for their own people and we should remember the Chinese people are not responsible for this bars they are the first and the worst victims of the Chinese Communist Party plus the at the call so why don't board that China is open to everyone to include the United States and international sign just a week not only send the aid but center researchers and try to figure out exactly how this virus originated what we can do to a Miller right it's impact and ultimately get a backside center cut last question we have the state of the union tonight do you expect the president to be in an upbeat mood given both the success of the economy the successor of his Iowa rally and of course the collapse of the democratic effort and I what what do you expect from the president tonight well yeah but you know there were Democrats and report the results last night but the Republicans that Donald Trump eat down a ninety eight percent victory for his two opponents I would suspect that he has got the win unit sales coming out of Iowa but also as you look around the country and you say you record low numbers of unemployment working class wages rising faster than they have in decades or if you look around the world where we killed two terror mastermind in just the last couple months and we once again feared by those who ought to be a so I I expect that a very strong say the union in which the president we'll recap our successes of the last three years victories on which we want to build not just this year but for the next four years as well have a bipartisan acquittal or partisan acquittal tomorrow senator cotton.

Tom cotton Arkansas
"cotton" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Joe and I said I'm conducting workshops in the Saint Paul. Tell from the fifty seven vapor Lynch may be intended load to meet you in. MLB back his Wayne. This has been the item conducting workshops in the Saint Paul tough from the fifties and the Papal Tair stood up in the back of my neck. Doing I spent three pooled three and a half delay flowers together me help me understand that I was deep into thought attacks all the time so he introduced me to somebody that clinical psychologist Brennan Winston four days with this guy why he helped me understand that I was suffering for long term sleep deprivation also said Wayne another thing you said was go to bed at night with an an issue on your mind. No you'RE GONNA wake up in the morning with the answer and you. Do you also end up with your pillow so consumed temperature sheets. How much Aria CD? Thinking of Those Nights Sarah Silent for twenty years in poor Rosen Asleep night but it wasn't for hours was maybe two and I was taking little sessions where I into the video studio and easy chair and dropped my eyes in two minutes. I'd unplugged from that power source. UNPLUG into new and is backed fully back right. I was doing that three or four times. A day can make it through the day so I've joked since then good let's keep talking to. Yeah no kidding. Let's todd listen. have to break in three. PODCASTS podcasts story. Here's what I'll do. I'll have one final question for you because I've been on your tail for years that you need to write a book so we get all these stories and and into a book because the world deserves more weighing cotton and what I would I would. I would encourage anyone who's listening. Today is to check. Check out all of Wayne. What he's doing at least at his website? It's called no brown days. Dot Com no brown days dot com and even though he serves more financial advisers risers and and finances his world. He does have a lot of other high-performers entrepreneurs fitness pros coaches. Because I'm always out there. evangelizing for you Wayne So guys check out no ground as dot com go his color coded calendar system and everything else but Wayne and the two minutes that we have left. I want you just to touch upon as brief official can because this is one of the most powerful things that you've ever said can you just share with seven eighths stand for and describe it real quick Avalon of what I call power phrases. We work on something for a while and figure something out in you. Use Your work on. Its were on for three months for finalize fear. Frustation failure are all overcome by faith. Focus forward motion and follow through fear. Frustration failure are all over. Come by faith. Focus forward motion and follow through early document with that. You can put it in me. The notes her a document about that too explaining it more deeply but you know in my life. I've tried a lot of sayings and phrases and whatever it's just like when I use earlier saying stay in your own the ozone right answers. A lot of these A lot of these sayings that have ib the got a seed idea from somewhere. And I expanded on your was something that created myself for whatever but easier some things that you live by now and you know you came and spoke at one of my pather retreats. I do three a okay season successful financial advisers Yearlong Mastermind Group News Book and remembering thanking. You for speaking I give you a butterfly and I remember thank you in saying that sometimes what happens is mentor. Becomes the main T.. So tight you become a powerful force in my life and sometimes when I feel disorganizer Kamath of well first of all I have this sitting on top of my desk right in front of me. Get your mind right this sitting up there as well yes and when I get off track a little bit note I do use my all three of those of you that know beyond on say she has an alter ego. y'All have alter-ego yeah we'll check this a he's now undressing weighing. Cotton is now undressing addressing on our podcast. This is a first. We have our star. This show yes live a life. Were telling a story about look at that. What's your story in a way? There's no no one that statement more than you saw man man stories in that. Come from after another podcast someday. Well unbelievable folks you just heard from my man my mentor my friend. A man who has impacted me more size my father. I can't imagine anyone else coach Wolf you and my dad three men that have impacted impact me so much Wayne thank you. Thank you for who you are. All you do to create so much impact in so many people's lives I know your tree. Your lineage goes broad and wide and I am one proud a pupil and friend of yours. WHO WHEREVER I go? You're always with me. You talk about alter egos I think about the spirit and the soul that you've always since day one the day I met you and Brenda both of you What you represent my life and who we impact now and how we do that live a life where telling a story about what your story Wayne cotton? Thank you for being the the man in a human being that you are and todd likewise with you you're one of my closest friends in the whole world and You mean so much to me to. It's one of these amazing relationships just happened out the blue. Thank you pell just fist-bump my little butterfly. Butterfly a the butterfly. Nothing happens by coincidence. And The Butterfly Story and Wayne cotton always synonymous with life. Way Thank you for sharing with with My folks guys don't forget Go to know Brown days dot com. Check out doing wayne is running anywhere else. That people could find out more about you. It'll be in my first book coming up. Yes yes yes I I'm speaking at the Million Dollar Roundtable onto beginning twenty twenty. And so I'm I'm committed to getting a book down in. I've got four of them on my list so I'll be around keep locked keep watching. Keep checking nope By the way the reason that website is called that is because when you get your days vivid clear and bright you can accomplish so much more it makes all the colors together get brown. That's not the color you're looking for. And so that's why that website it's called no brown dot com and by the way when you're there Chekhov checkoff occupation because we have our big group of followers for all in the financial world in the trenches advise world. But there's a couple of other categories there so if you're in another category just check check it off so that Or something on their other so that we can keep our database focused on the way we want to do it. Guys do me a favor as we check. Check out of here today If you're a new fan of Wayne cotton can you please go on to the podcast and make sure that you give this podcast. A great rating and review it share and Brag all about the wonderful wisdom in nuggets. That you just got from Wayne. There's twenty five of them. I was only gonNA give you ten buddy deliver like at least twenty five of them. It could technically be three podcasts Three episodes but Please write a review. And then if you'd be as inclined to share this on your social media or via email if you found any value shirt with a friend who could Lend any of that wisdom and and Wayne come off hot sharing it right from the start. So Ah please do that for us and and Wayne thank you for all that you do. I can't wait to connect with you. I'll keep sharing all about jokes. I'm always out there bragging about you wherever I am as well too lapel lobby to brought it. They see later by my goodness weighing. Cotton brought the heat again. If I had a camera on you right now you're probably looking mesmerizes. I do as a matter of fact. I've got a towel over mayhem. Sweating just listening to all this wisdom I mean. What is that episode work? I mean as a matter of fact the entire. Td Impact show. I've never broken an episode into two different episodes in two parts. Part One and part two so serious serious wisdom. What was your favorite part part one part two? which was your favorite part all the stories that you talk about a magical masterful storyteller Wayne cotton has so much life wisdom and shared some amazing amazing mazing stories in part one and part two of that? I would love to hear your feedback and I couldn't wait share with you. Because the last twenty two plus two years he has been such a huge part of my life with my family with my business with everything I do and I could go on for hours I kn- hours With Wayne maybe we'll be back in the future. But I hope that you got some great value out of episodes one or part one and part two of this Wayne cotton show so. Don't forget if you enjoy this. Please don't forget to share it. It really helps get that out there. Share who wing cotton is a doe. Forget you have no brown as dot com no brown days dot com. Go sign up for Wayne's system which will help you with your your mellow yellow in your blue sky time and you're green machine and you're red tape all of the things that you can call their code your calendar but I wanna know which was your favorite part go get no brown haze dot com and then share this on your social social media shared on an email. Share it with your friends and tell them what a great guy wing cotton is and how much you're a fan of the heidrick and impact show and if you you have not by for some reason I know you're busy. But for some reason you have not yet given us a five star rating. Can you please just take a moment. Take time out and take a tight out hop over and please give us a five star rating and write a glowing review for just some of the many many guests that we've had on so that we could provide you value to. We could get your mind. We get your body right. We get your soul my friends. Thank you have an incredible day. Go out there and make the world a better place and until next time remember train heart e right live inspired and create impact..

Wayne cotton todd MLB Saint Paul Brennan Winston Lynch Sarah Silent Papal Tair Joe Brown Rosen official pell Wolf Chekhov Brenda two minutes Million Dollar
"cotton" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

15:45 min | 3 years ago

"cotton" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"This podcast exists in large part because of calcium content marketing team inside cat sourcing. So what does calcium do many business leaders need help communicating hitting their story. That's what we do content creation and content distribution for business leaders. This provides opportunities relationships and a platform for you and your business. Why do we do this because it calcium we exist to help entrepreneurs create and share amazing content learn more by visiting calcium dot com our guest today is james cotton founder of buck icon and former buckeye football player there buck icons mission is to become premier apparel and merchandise retailer provide resources for former members of the ohio state football program and all individuals to enhance their careers which will help them transition into professional life corporate. America athletics society in the community cotton was a defensive lineman for the house state buckeyes in one thousand nine hundred and he was part of the big ten championship camping trip team that went on to win. The sugarbowl cotton was drafted by the chicago bears in the two thousand n._f._l. Draft he also.

football chicago founder ohio America