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Land Agency Moving Back to DC, Reversing Trump-Era Decision

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 23 hrs ago

Land Agency Moving Back to DC, Reversing Trump-Era Decision

"The interior secretary says that the leadership of an agency that controls two hundred forty five million acres mostly out west will be returning to Washington DC interior secretary deb Haaland is moving the headquarters of the bureau of land management back to the nation's capital after two years in Colorado reversing a decision made by former president trump administration the bureau lost nearly three hundred employees when its headquarters was relocated to Grand Junction Colorado in twenty nineteen the agency manages the usage of millions of acres of public land in western states from grazing recreation and wilderness to fossil fuel extraction and renewable power development Hollis says the agency's current space in Grand Junction will become its western headquarters Jennifer king Washington

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Heavy Police Presence as Protesters Trickle in for DC Rally

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Heavy Police Presence as Protesters Trickle in for DC Rally

"A few hundred demonstrators turned up Saturday for a rally to support those charged in the January six Ryan at the capitol but they were vastly outnumbered by the media and a heavy police presence the rally took place in fields far from the capitol building it was ringed by heavy dump trucks there were a few counter protesters and a few scuffles police say one person was arrested for carrying a knife but no major incidents were reported early on organizer Matt Brainerd a former trump campaign staffer told the crowd respect law enforcement this is about the many people who were there that day who have not been charged with violence not been accused of assaulting a police after destroying property and disparate treatment they receive according to an Associated Press review roughly sixty three people are being held awaiting trial or sentencing in connection with the January sixth more than six hundred people were arrested I'm Julie Walker

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Police Say They're Ready for Rally Supporting Jan. 6 Rioters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Police Say They're Ready for Rally Supporting Jan. 6 Rioters

"A rally in support of January six demonstrators is ready to step off in Washington with the fence around the capital back up and DC police at the ready they want to make sure it will not be a repeat of the pre inauguration attack with supporters of then president trump tried to overturn the election capitol police have requested assistance from nearby law enforcement agencies including the National Guard persistent attempts to re write the narrative of the violence and panic of the day like the screaming heard here of an officer being rushed to the door by protesters and the increasing volatility behind the lie that the election was stolen have made it impossible to predict what may happen a permit for the protest allow seven hundred people counter protesters are expected to show up I'm Julie Walker

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How Long Can the Jan. 6 Capitol Rioters Be Locked Up for Trespassing?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:16 min | 2 d ago

How Long Can the Jan. 6 Capitol Rioters Be Locked Up for Trespassing?

"What's worse january. Six or stranding americans intentionally in afghanistan. What's worse if you're if you're one of those you know hyperventilating about january six and you think those people on a rotten jail for the rest of their lives and seriously. How long are you supposed to be locked up for trespassing. How long are in january six. Let's see this is timber seventeenth. How many people are still in jail. Because they put their feet up on nancy. Pelosi is desk. I get it bad thing to do. Punish them arrest of charges. Lock them up for the rest of their lives. Do you know how the fear of god has been put into these people and their families how their lives have been destroyed because of their stupidity on january six. Now you could argue. That's as it should be because what they did was a really stupid thing and it was. They became useful idiots for the beast. Those few hundred people became useful idiots for the media machine and the democrat apparatus and biden and all of us liars who pretend now january. Sixth is pearl harbor times nine eleven times ten. They gave them an opening to vilify trump and make him look like he orchestrated it which of course he did not had nothing to do with it. So now there are acting offense again around the capital because there's going to be a few hundred people marching around with signs tomorrow. Complaining about the people locked up still on trespassing charges. Well two things could be true at the same time the protesters tomorrow going to dc would be right in objecting to people rotting under the jail for the rest of their lives because of january sixth. It's also true that what the people did on january sixth was idiotic

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Worried Trump Could 'Go Rogue,' Milley Took Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 3 d ago

Worried Trump Could 'Go Rogue,' Milley Took Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons

"Now the big story in washington. Dc and it really did grip the city yesterday is what the general milley say and doom did he say it after the new woodward and cost a book peril has appeared. The white house stepped forward to defend general milley against charges. He did anything inappropriate. Editorials in the washington post and the wall street journal both call for infant investigations and hearings under oath general milley for fear that he is compromised. Not merely american defense into conversations with china but the constitutional order. Now i have said from the beginning two days ago. Hold your fire on this. Wait and see. Acting secretary of defense miller who had replaced mark esperer at the time of the second call says he did not authorize the call and that's extraordinary cause for resignation. Mike pompeo went on fox with hannity last night and made some comments on this. What you to your secretary pompeo number one. I have no recollection of a conversation. Like that. look we were all pretty down. We are about to hand over the reins of foreign policy to what this administration we. We've seen these last eight months. What that means for the united states of america so if someone asked was excited about january twentieth and the fact that we were no longer going to have the capacity to secure american freedom. Count me for being a pretty dark place to. But what's important to know sean. Is you know all this has as a product that somehow there was. This fear there was there was a cabinet members. Run around concern. The donald trump was going to engage in some kind of rogue activity or some kind of act of war to sorta lash out. This never happened. Just it's just patently absurd and so the entire credit for all of this assessment that woodward is now laid out in his book. We'll see what turns out but make no mistake about it. During that entire time the entire time. I served all four years. We conducted orally foreign policy. We had national security team. That was working hard to make sure we make the best decisions. We possibly good. And i think the data set which show that. We did a pretty damn effect job and doing that.

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Sean Feucht on Saturating Washington DC in Prayer

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 4 d ago

Sean Feucht on Saturating Washington DC in Prayer

"Us more about the prayers. The next day the white house all that kind of stuff. Yeah so this is our second year in a row doing this and one of the things we really try to do is is really saturate. The city of dc. It's a. I would call it. It's almost like a pilgrimage. For for believers you know going to the capital city of place of significance that affects every area of our life. And then going to to to to the places in that city that really need prayer so we went to the supreme court and last year we had the largest prayer meeting in ever in american history in front of the supreme court over three thousand people showed up in the rain and it was significant because it was on the eve of amy coney baron getting confirm two supreme court and actually since that prayer meeting every single religious liberties case. It's been brought against the church has been overturned in the supreme court. So that's amazing. Were undefeated since our last prayer so we gathered there on sunday morning and then we went to the white house after the after that and prayed and worshipped at the white house. Eric you're with me together. There and then we moved to the lincoln memorial and we did a prayer meeting there and then we convene for the grand finale on the national mall so we really we hit all areas of dc. We just saturate the city. I mean you could see lettuce worship dear. You know shirts and everything was everywhere. And it's just something that we really like to do. We're going to go and take over the city for a day. Fill it with prayer. Fill it with worship shift the narrative of what people think about that

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Building God's Throne in Washington DC With Sean Feucht

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:07 min | 4 d ago

Building God's Throne in Washington DC With Sean Feucht

"Sean. Honestly what happened this weekend on the mall in dc. It's hard for me not to see it as prophetic i mean to see. So many people worshipping god in this dramatic way in the center of the nation's capitol. I mean you see it a spiritual warfare. Explain it to people who understand what that is. The things a bunch of christians singing. What does that do well. You know there's so many verses that talk about the the significance of what happens when we gather and we worship and pray you know. It's not just a religious routine. It's not just singing. Three fast and three slow says in book songs that he's enthroned on the praises of his people. Meaning that when we get together. We're building a thrown. That's that's higher and more significant than the capital. You know then the senate then the white house were actually establishing a place where the government of god to come and rest over our nation and so really when you think about it from a governmental standpoint. It's one of the most powerful things we can do is gather there in worship and pray and build a thrown to the king of kings and lord of

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George W. Bush Compares Domestic Violent Extremists to 9/11 Terrorists in Appalling Speech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 5 d ago

George W. Bush Compares Domestic Violent Extremists to 9/11 Terrorists in Appalling Speech

"This is the man who i don't know he he he he's meant to be a conservative He was a republican president. He went to shanksville pennsylvania to the field where flight ninety three crashed off to those brave brave men took it back from the territory. Terrorists to save lives in dc and this is what he said on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. This is the man who was president. When nine eleven happened cut to play cup little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's disdainful pluralism in their disregard for human life in their determination to defile national symbols. They are children of the same foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them. Children of the same foul spread so nine eleven bin laden and maga- supporters are the same but lemon antiques. Don't get a mention your action cuddle. Why are they got was the most disgusting thing i i. I've seen in years. You know. I supported that guy. I had his back when he wouldn't defend himself because he was a gentleman. Dr gorka and is soon as it became clear that he's useless brother. Please clap. jeb. Of was not going to get our support because of his unbroken tracker failure George bush discovered his voice and decide to use it against the very same people who supported him. What i'm the marxist. But it's becoming clear that class that is the guys who hang out at the country club seems to take priority over actual policies. I i'm so disgusted by this guy. This is so bankrupt. Guy went off to war for his father. I deployed under him I was a loyal supporter and be charged with his blood. Libel this disgusting slander. Because you know he didn't have to say we all knew what he means. You can see the giggling liberal blue checks on twitter knowing exactly what he that was just

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Capitol Police Recommend Six Jan. 6 Officers for Discipline

POLITICO Dispatch

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

Capitol Police Recommend Six Jan. 6 Officers for Discipline

"The capitol police department is in the process of disciplining six officers for misconduct stemming from their behavior on january sixth the department announced that over the weekend revealing the results of thirty seven investigations into allegations. That some officers acted improperly as the pro-trump mob stormed congress. Three of those six officers who the department did not identify were flagged for quote conduct unbecoming while the other officers face discipline for quote failure to comply with directives improper remarks and improper dissemination of information. The bulk of the cases were deemed unsubstantiated and the us attorney's office for washington. Dc did not find enough evidence in any of the cases to charge a crime

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The Hidden Hand of the Chinese Communist Party Over Washington, DC

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:58 min | Last week

The Hidden Hand of the Chinese Communist Party Over Washington, DC

"The only peer the only peer or near pay a threat that america faces at a strategic level is communist china. I know your your ambit isn't the broad scope of national security but given that you focus on china day in day out. Would you put it in that. Category of mir pir competitor. I think they're they are an enemy. I mean point blank. And i think about the role of pair. Oh yes certainly. But i think what's so interesting and what we've really dug into it. The national polls is how. The chinese communist party has really kind of crafted the narrative about their rise in the united states. So we're talking about For example trips that have been organized by the china united states exchange foundation which is one of these many many many foreign agents that operate in the united states. It's essentially funded by the chinese communist party. It's part of what's called the united front which is a multibillion dollar effort that that's linked to china's military who's really sole goal is to compromise american elites and get them to push policies that china support so. I always joke. It's hunter biden except the people don't get caught and so much of this group's efforts was actually paying for journalists from every mainstream media outlet washington post new york times You name it. Msnbc literally all you can go check out the story. Every single media taking his journalists on trips overseas to china and upon return when you read the documents that these journalists were forced to basically outline what they were doing they had to provide favourable coverage of the chinese communist party and what they were doing in the united states and more broadly what that effort represents and keep in mind. There's over two hundred fifty registered foreign agents on behalf of the chinese communist party in the united states right now. The people who are formally registered the doj to lobby on behalf of china. Yeah and you know part of it. Is that these. People have set out to endeavour to change america's perception of china. And they kinda wanna frame it in the context of oh well doing business with china's great the two most powerful countries. We need to work together. It's just the way the world But i also think it's important. They also set out endeavor. The you to change the perception of how americans view america. And i think we've done similar reporting actually believe it or not on how the same group. The china united states exchange foundation. Whose sole goal is to get american league's american journalists types really echo the claims of beijing and the american media landscape. They're actually longtime partners of the talk group that sued the trump administration For trying to ban critical race theory from the federal government. So there's just you know you're asking how i kind of got into this and that's kind of the broader story when i really started looking into it and realizing the extent kind of the hidden hand that the chinese communist party has over dc but more. Broadly the united states and really frankly the whole western elites fear. You can't unseat it

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Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath

NBC Nightly News

01:21 min | Last week

Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath

"This september eleventh the nation pauses at remembers what happened here twenty years ago across the country. Americans gathered in groups large and small at the world trade center the pentagon a field in pennsylvania in parks and at fire houses celebrating those who ran toward the danger and remembering those who lost their lives while the marshalls dc. Ross amancio robert as legal. Donald freeman klavan. Deaf new presidents past and present paying tribute. Today we remember your loss. We share your sorrow george bush's emotional call for a return to civility. The new developments today in the war fought in nine eleven's wake and the new divisions in the country as we face a new threat to decades after we all united in the face of another one a nation forever change by that day tonight the country fulfills its promise to never forget

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Biden Urges Americans on 9/11 to Embrace Unity

NPR Politics Podcast

01:03 min | Last week

Biden Urges Americans on 9/11 to Embrace Unity

"Today at this moment. President biden is currently inching phil- pennsylvania. He's attending ceremonies in all three locations on your city pennsylvania and then later the pentagon just here outside of washington dc. He's not giving any formal remarks but the white house did release. A prerecorded video message from him yesterday. Also something all too rare a true sense of national unity. Unity and resilience capacity recovering repair in the face of trauma. Unity and service nine eleven generation stepping up to serve protect in the face of terror in scott. We heard this desire. This sort of sense of nostalgia for a moment of unity. From president biden in it feels like that is a common theme. We heard also say from former president. George w bush and the weeks following the nine eleven attacks. I was proud to lead an amazing resilient united people when it comes to the unity of america those days seeing different from our own.

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A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th

"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge

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Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last week

Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School

"Let's talk about what's happening in dc. Today we had after that to that angry announcement yesterday that you will get actually needed biden with his wife went to school in. Dc to talk about vaccinations and then and then this video. This incredible video from c. span was broadcast. Play the cuts of the wandering old man and secretary dona and mayor bowser and chancellor farabi you know. Thank you for joining us as well and for families across the country. You know the school year. Gosh it always brings this sort of mix of the motions for all of us all at once. We feel the anticipation of new classmates and teachers. You know the relief of not having a here a just disappear just one does office. His wife is talking. Somebody said come and get your eyes screen. Where's it coli. And and i've been asking this larger question for a long time. Dr jill biden right. She's having her husband. Go out there and put on this charade. It is obvious to anybody who's even a quarter logical to. This man does not have as faculties about him. Why are they doing. This shouldn't she. Shouldn't you care about them to a point of saying you know what this is enough. Is it because everybody hates kamala. Her so much that can't even fathom giving her the oval office. Maybe she and we talked about this before. Maybe kamala harris job security for joe biden but this is a sad state and you know it's one thing to laugh but you know who's not laughing and rubbing their palms together it's china it's iran russia right. They're excited this is great for them. They go from having a powerhouse. And president trump who stands for america who american greatness america. First to this weakling. And joe biden. This is great for our enemies is great for adversaries. Terrible for american

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Remembering 9/11, 20 Years Later

Pantsuit Politics

01:39 min | Last week

Remembering 9/11, 20 Years Later

"At each american airlines flight seventy seven took off from dulles international airport outside of washington. Dc the boeing. Seven fifty seven was headed to los angeles like the other two flights. Sarah just talked about with sixty four people on board to pilots four flight attendants fifty eight passengers including three elementary school. Children selected for a trip hosted by national geographic. All five of these hijackers were flagged by security for extra scrutiny for one reason or another including that one of them didn't have a photo. Id and agents found them to be suspicious. The only consequence of being flagged for this extra scrutiny ended up being that they're checked bags were held off the plane until it was confirmed that they had boarded three of the hijackers set off metal detectors and had extra screening before boarding the plane. The screeners didn't resolve. What set off the alarms and allowed the hijackers to board the plane anyway and this seems unthinkable today and the reason that it seems unthinkable today is because we have all been flying in recent years in a post nine eleven world and i think this is one moment to kind of flag as a way in which our our everyday lives substantially changed after nine eleven when you read about the way security was conducted. Then it's just unimaginable compared to what we do now. The five hijackers boarded the plane at seven. Fifty a m two of them set in coach in three and first class. The plane was scheduled to depart at eight ten took off at eight twenty and reached its cruising altitude at eight forty six.

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September 11: We Will Never Forget

StoryCorps

02:06 min | Last week

September 11: We Will Never Forget

"For years. Now story core has been working with the national september eleventh memorial and museum to record and catalogue the voices. You're about to hear voices that captured the lasting toll of nine eleven. What we know in case you just joining us just after nine. Am that day. United airlines flight one. Seventy five crashed into the south tower of the world trade center. Here's the tape. You see the play coming in from it. Looks like the east side and goes into the building and it was widely captured on video because tv cameras were already trained on the north tower. It had been hit by american airlines flight. Eleven twenty minutes earlier credible pictures. These happened just moments ago and one of the people watching tv. That morning was stacey threatens mom to call me at work she said stacy. How are you watching. Tv the trade centers has been hit. And we were commenting on that. Oh my gosh you know what could we do. We were talking. Maybe they could go give blood. Her mom said or drive up to new york and try to help. It was less than four hours from the dc area where they lived. And where stacy's mom cheryl worked an administrative assistant for the us army and her office was in the pentagon and she said. Stacy i've gotta go and fairly sharp tone to her voice and she hung up the phone on me. I tried to call my mom's office back and nobody answered the phone. The hair stood up on the back of my neck. And my co worker. At the time said the pentagon's been hit stacey coulter sisters and they all met at their parents house. They spent that night calling. Area hospitals trying to find cheryl and he couldn't and late that night her father pulled up alone. He came in the house and everybody else was upstairs. And it was just he. And i and i said dad finder and he just looked at me and he started to cry and he put one hand on either side of the hallway and sinking into his knees and he sustained. She's not coming home. This is it.

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9/11 20th Anniversary: What Happened on September 11 2001?

Sky News Daily

02:08 min | Last week

9/11 20th Anniversary: What Happened on September 11 2001?

"Saturday september eleventh two thousand twenty one marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the united states which left nearly three thousand dead and injured some twenty five thousand people shortly of rate o'clock that morning. The group of islamic terrorists hijacked four airplanes before flying them towards landmark buildings in new york and washington. Dc in the hours that followed the deadliest attack on us soil since pearl. Harbor unfolded live on tv screens around the world but as we struggle to make sense of what we were watching. Hundreds of survivors remained trapped in the upper floors of the world trade center in new york. The episode. you're about to hear. Is graphic first person account from inside two world trade center all that we couldn't see in those minutes told by someone who was just beneath the impact zone when the second plane hit this is nine eleven janice brooks inside the south tower. My name is janice brooks originally from london from east end of london company. Money broncos cool you're burgers and we had an office in london. I answered the telephone. I worked for the managing director. I worked for the brokers. If i needed cavs flowers i did. Invoice is at toppings that was kind of a multifaceted role the ceo of the company. Whose name was gil. it wasted. What from new come from new york and it was one of those okay. What might doing with my life kind of moments. I've been married. Not for me. And i just felt that i love america. It took a wall but I finding made the decision to go to work in new york. And i moved on. The twins said.

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The Lord Spoke to Prophet Mike Thompson About a Tearing in Washington D.C.

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | Last week

The Lord Spoke to Prophet Mike Thompson About a Tearing in Washington D.C.

"Five and a half six months ago. Lord spoke to me about a tearing in washington. Dc vision a tearing. Yeah in this vision. He took me to washington. Dc and he showed me politicians. There were many of them. Those in the su- administration right at this particular point others many where there was a tearing their clothes. It would occur in their shirt or their blouse should their pants their skirt and the tears would be like two to four inches. They start at the top and they would go down towards the bottom and the symbolism of that i think was important because it meant from heaven earth. It was like the tearing of the veil. When jesus was crucified and then parts of their skin would be exposed and that exposing was what god was beginning to show me at that point that as we proceeded that there would be greater exposing not just exposing. But something done about it. And that's why the angels in the vision. That i had just a few days. Ago is so important. The army of angels because something was being done about it. We can't see everything that's happening behind the scenes. You see my My gift is to see what's going on in the spiritual realm and then report it to the body of christ so that they can see those kind of things and have hope and have a sense of direction and purpose. The prophecy never ever ever exalts itself above the word of god So we always match. According to what god is saying but one of the things we have to understand is even though that the holy spirit will never violate the word of god. The holy spirit doesn't mind violating our interpretation and misunderstanding of the word of god Because he is god and so what he's doing is he's moving. There is a great revival. That is happening right now. Airy this is we are. On the verge. We're on the coast of something that is just changing like

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"d._c" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Doughboys

"The wider challenge you song is going to bring out the challenge is walking way up there aw scare the shit out of jesus christ god. They like you song so much more than they like me. Do they do use long. Does something very funny to after we came home from ben's chili bowl he was like oh. I'm feeling so bad from this ben's chili bowl. Are you guys. How do you feel about the show. I in both like talkative built for this. You told them your. I eat trash c._k._c. Jeb a clear plastic cup with liquid in front of you. I have it as well but i do know what this is. Go ahead and tell us know what you are seeing and sensing. It looks very colour looking drink. It looks like a cola. They go ahead and taste it. It tastes weird. It tastes like a cola left. It tastes like a diet cola cola for sure taste the aspirin it has a very very very very strong aspartame after taste which is great name for like a punk band <hes> presidential cola or something. Did you get like trump colour for god's sakes. There are no lifelines weicker challenge us your senses this right off the bat. Don't like it don't like get i don't know. I don't think it's that good i want to say can i guess go ahead please. I want to say this just this. I'm sure i'm wrong by diet. Pepsi s. carlos guests diet pepsi. Go ahead and angle. Here's what i think. I think everybody's dancing around. This fact which is that is probably what he said which is like presidential because because we're in d._c. And presidential on point so presidential coal is your guests. That was my guess wasn't it. Yes it's my guest angles gaffe breath presidential cola. Go ahead mitch. I i liked presidential cola. You're both saying presidential. Coal is present your colo real. I don't wanna get so jealous on one thing. That's not real real congressional cola in my pepsi stand for presidential enough people see it the diet diet. It's a diet cola. I have no idea what i don't know. <hes> is our our c. r. c. because it's close to d._c. R._c. diet ice r._c. Cola ted cruz aw i am torn on who do award the victory to hear. You're right mitch..

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"d._c" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You know a personal connection there and that they're willing to do that. Support it throughout their life and they want their kids to calm and the bb generations well if you don't if if you feel that you're wasting your time and universities if you're simply going there to get the diploma f you are frustrated by your professors <hes> that that might be talking down to you or or you're not really engaging. Creatively then have the fact that there is an environment where you actually can fulfill your your intellectual passions. They don't you know i i think helps us stand out in our goal is for people to have the relationship with the institute to feel part of our family after being here a week nick that they want to be a continuing member <hes> not just financially but just thinking about ways that it's up to the front of their families talking to you yeah. That's that's about. It's the good word yeah and the amount of people that do that. The fact the friendships that i've personally i've been able to make <hes> through that is just the quality of people that we end up attracting here. I think is just it's really one of the coolest parts about the whole all experience okay really really quick before we take our first commercial break. <hes> how about a little bit about you though what has been your experience really quick working behind the scenes at the university. I know you get a lot of the spotlight. Sometimes you do because you make some good means from what i've heard <hes> how how has it been working behind the scenes the excitement of seen seen all this kind of unveil itself in front of you. I dream come true. I mean i i gotta get a walk in libertarian hogwarts every day and it's just it's it's wonderful it to i'd like it'd be like the perfect job for anyone who's into the that we are. I'm the luckiest man alive as far as it was a big fan long before. I got here <hes> you know. I tried to actually apply to meet us you when i was working in d._c. And that was the has a very big years at that point they could not the cutoff be having a d. c. a. a job in particular help things but <hes> but you know my first yes. You're working here. You know i was i was so excited i expect expectations and actually seeing it play out. I mean it just it blew. Take a propaganda right. I'm i work. Ah yes that's not to be skeptical of what i'm saying here but just just actually seeing it. You know it was just so much more than i ever thought and you know it wasn't is it really until i was able to be here in this building and and to work with the peop- with with my colleagues day to day basis you're seeing the institute go from just a website that you visit on a fairly regular basis right to actually seeing the people involved with it <hes>. I loved me since before just because the great content but i it's it's it's. It's like a new level levels of yeah like if you're better organization. It's like if you're a gamer right if you like r._p._g. Right and you like dungeons and dragons and there was an actual actual school for dungeons and dragons. That'd be cool. That's what me she's institute is for libertarians important but in but actually hold some like what i played the ones important when it was just fun if it's still pretty cool..

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"d._c" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"That's something we do a lot and in the context of say rising china worried something we're going to start doing an asia a lot more trying to forced countries to choose between china and if we force them into that choice we might not like what they actually decide so so i mean what what would that look like in in an asian asian context i mean i i feel like i'm constantly hearing about are like new conflict china but like what's what's at stake you know so the the new conflict with china is certainly as great power competition writes back. It's the buzzword of the year in d._c. Think tank pal is about <hes> on the ground grown. Not much has actually changed. It's just that the trump administration in their national security strategy about a year and a half back. <hes> embraced the idea of great power competition. They basically said we're pivoting away from the middle east. We're going to pivot to asia. Save bomb administration wants said <hes> but for real this time <hes> and that we're gonna focus our attention on on china and the components salva really fussy. You know you get a lot of different answers depending on who you ask so the trump administration really seems to be focusing on the trade aspect of it <hes> but the people that are military hawks about this who think that we should be pushing for more ships chips in the south china sea for example. They're not particularly displeased by the trade aspect either. You've actually got people at d._o._d. Saying this is great because it inserts some friction in the relationship i china so this is <hes> a lot of people think that there is e coming clash with china <hes> and what we're doing nose or ramping posterity is suppose awesome helpless avoid where i think most real estate strangers like me would say that we shouldn't be driving us towards the conflict instead and i think that's important because i think.

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"d._c" Discussed on We The People

We The People

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on We The People

"E._p._a. Or something you know <hes> well regulated militia being necessary security for free state the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed to me it speaks to both both <hes> it speaks to try to ensure that <hes> the militia would remain a force and being and then <hes> protecting the the ability of the constituent parts of that militia to be armed so preventing evasion of hey. We need this militia to protect liberty liberty and this double security. We're not going to let you disarm individuals so that you would effectively render the militia. <hes> useless at some point in the future and patrick is a few <hes> but in any event. That's that's my that's. It's my law professors understand well. Patrick feel free to respond to what brennan said but then also take. Maybe take us up to what the court actually held in d._c. And they how they interpreted the amendment will the court agrees with what brandon just said that this idea of of an armed people you cannot have a militia unless the people aren't and therefore if you take away the people's arms you can have malicious so you can't have one without the other and it's just it's a it's a fact of life to them but to the to the founding fathers a well regular unleash it wasn't listen just about being well trained is about being well disciplined adhering to the rule of law about standing up and fighting being loyal to government there were all these larger tenants to being a quote unquote well regulated militia that republican thought from the late seventeenth century too late eighteenth century that go well beyond just having a gun so i point out in in my book is that many commentators say having arms is not the greatest part of a welcome well. We're going to miss it. It's actually the smallest part the greatest part is is the training the discipline the moving of the feet working in concert uniformity of arms firing <hes> consecutive shot each other and many talked about how without that you had an arm mobbed <hes> <hes> and that our mob was more dangerous to liberty than would be than than for us to have a gun and they they foresaw that now i'm not saying that <hes> brin talked about this off stages that that there weren't americans at the time that would have said yeah. This is exactly how the amendment is interpreted. The problem is we just don't have anybody that says that. I think the closest we have is tench cox who refers to it in an an an editorial at the time when the bill be ratified saying that they'll have their private arms arms but i i think tench cox also doesn't say anything in regards to what happens when we lose the militia system standing army <hes> takes over our national security. I don't think tanks question so we don't know and you have to think about the importance of well reagan in the sense that if you are the militia the idea idea was is that you would never turn your arms on your own people because if the arms are made up in the military construct it's made up the people themselves you would never hurt our our own interests and you never hurt your own people because you live with those people and you couldn't take those people especially from state to state to fight whatever war you wanted to wage go into foreign countries. I mean they definitely did want to get involved in foreign conflicts..

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"d._c" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Corners. I rock sim. The colts guy among others being better in man coverage than zone just wondering how hard it is developed zone coverage skill and if it's normal for college cornerbacks to have strength playing one type of coverage verse other or is it a college issue or some. D._c.'s don't scheme zone coverage bridges often demand demand. I think it would tend to be an individual program situation. Some programs run a lot of zone. Some programs run a lot of man. If you get a saving corner. He's done a lot same with a lot of the guys in the s._e._c. Run a lot of different coverages. I think to make a general statement would be impossible. Oh i think it completely depends on the individual now. Some guys may be at a school that runs a lot of zone but he has the physical attributes where he could wind up to be a good man corner corner and if he has good ball skills in these fast i think it will translate but they're going to be some guys that are manned demand corners did if they don't have good instincts. They might not be zone on cover. Guy i think beside quarterbacks at least in my scouting life my years working in a league and definitely in college football and just watching football obviously really closely since last five or six years talking about it for a living corners is a really hard position to evaluate to project. There are a lot of things that you know. Maybe the tape doesn't show guys some guys. Do you know i was having this conversation a couple of weeks ago. How many corners corners.

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"d._c" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"It's like full-on stadium in the round kind of thing jane screens hanging out here but the stage they're able to project graphics onto the actual stage itself show like the character that they're using their names or whatever it's it's a real ass like production and high production evaluate sounds a lot like the international up there in st under five name. Hook them on world championships or nothing barely look every year. We're we're those different plates. The first year was the first year they stopped having it in hawaii so oh this year it's in d._c. But i mean they have special graphics but it's like in a regular convention center. It's not it's not like where they have. Actual fights enemy blood has been spilled where you're playing yeah but <hes> on that they put in front of sunday and now the least amount of entrance but also the least amount the people were kind of their their front cross tag is like the best fighting game besides what do you think of those announcements take and in fact we've been saying like syndrome kagera coming to cross tag another ruby character which is really dope and then a big ass tang and i'm like from akatsuki blitz comfort like those like tanks. The girl tanks like a l. Tank take with big skull on it and it takes up more than what is being discussed not because there's like there's girls that turn into like four ships okay well circus tak- saturn's yeah true but it's not that it's role in it. This is from the game where you from under night was first in and they're putting him into which got pretty hype <hes> yeah that's weird but i mean i'll saying like h._p. Shots she's taxes persona but like she'd been kicking the shit out of tanks for the minute counter. Pick already lined up yeah so some some weird announce being a weird announcements. I mean the tech and seven shouts out to arthur. Ask who won yeah incredible story. If you don't know the guy who won the tech in seven grand finals yvo this year also want to japan. He knocked down aka. Who's a filipino player. I mean this out there. It's okay because arcelor ashes his story isn't credible thirty from pakistan to the biggest stage in what being the best player amazing story but not having a lot of access to other top level players to play against still showing up and and now japanese players and cream players are looking can at him and they were like a man applets..

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"d._c" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"You know who's in power and oh we're hardware. Were hardcore pro-trump podcast right yeah the whole west coast thing i keep forgetting huge trump stands right but it's pretty cool pretty cool so what's what's your. What's your dating life like out there in d._c. <hes> a lot of jewish girls though it's about figuring out which jewish girls are like the right ones for me honestly so it's kind of like <hes> you know getting into the specifics which is kind of a rough rush part <hes> in what way i don't know like there's some like you know really really religious and sometimes i don't five vipul with them. I don't know are you. Are you a religious do sam. I'm not a religious jew. What do you exclusively jewish women. I don't know it just. There's probably a sub conscious thing you'd you'd be open to dating a non jew yeah yeah. I think that's the dream cream right but you're just but you said in your dating life. You can't decide which jewish girl to date but then he he said the dream is to date a non jew well because there's just like the subconscious incidents where it's like you. You know you don't wanna eat a doughnut for like five minutes later correct crispy cream wondering if you were jewish and then you said the sub-conscious impetus and i was like do so you wrote you wrote in sam that you're having problems getting second dates. You go on a lot of first dates. <hes> yeah yeah so sorry about that initial jewish tangent. I somehow can't not i get that into conversation sound like a dream. I wonder why you can't get second. Well the ultimate three just to date and non jewish woman but a sub-conscious impetus to yeah yeah so you find girls on dating apps and you challenge a day probably right whatever you on so there's jay. I'm i'm on bumble. I found this new one called hinge which is like tinder except you could just like one thing about a person and so i got a lot of way i eighth. It's all of them and i feel like they go well. <hes> like there aren't any wearing things or we don't end up like pissing each other off immediately <hes> <hes> and so i ended up getting like ghosted or just like hey you're nice guy but i don't see this going anywhere sort of text a lot and so i'm trying to figure out like what are good like best practices for <hes> like going. I mean i feel like getting to the first aid is fine but it's like the steps after the first day that i'm kind of like i feel like i'm doing something wrong or am. I just over thinking it but i was wondering what advice you guys had well. You're jewish. You're probably over overthinking it. Have you considered the fact that san perhaps that your personality over text is fire and that your personality in person is trash. That's exactly what my mom's it is fire and so on basically a dumpster fire is what you're saying no no. I think he's on looking nice guy. What tell me about these dates like. Do you guys ever does it ever end with kiss or anything like that. Does it ever become romantic or is it just ro. Usually it's just like i do like the hug like oh. Hey good to see you so that way. It's not like oh hi. You're the girl from that you know after that's right next to angry birds on my phone here <hes> so that way it seems like more personal and usually it's just like drinks talking about like work or pop culture things. I mean usually both because that feels easiest. What do you do for work sam <hes> so i work <hes> for a nonprofit fundraising data work for them. I can see where you bring that up but also i think like you know whatever you're you're into. You're just it doesn't sound like you're meeting the kinds of girls that you really have a spark with you know like you wanna spark. You wanna spark her interest and she wants onto spark. Yours and you know it's not just about if you're attracted to someone or if they would make a good job you know you guys need to like laugh to your funny honey. You obviously need to find someone who thinks funny..

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"d._c" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Immediately. Send it to him if he likes it. He'll post it if not he won't oh and that's the way i just keep everyone updated full of oats <hes> as you know in today's world everything's social media related so if you're not posting on social media and you're not getting a little buzz is out you know you kinda fell off but in d._c. He's adobe chop. Everyone just wants <hes> more access or more in depth. Look into what he's do. You know you know it. It has to be to the second and do you have to clear everything with him. See that's the thing about d._c. No i don't wow he gives me free range to do whatever i want as far as the foot the photography goes so i i kinda know already his style and he's gonna like he's not gonna like so i just things i know he's in the like you know as a quick <hes> quick push social media and then at the end of the night. I send them everything shot. Everything's ready to go so he wanted to put something in the morning. He's good to go okay and so so you're giving him a collection then he just picks whatever he wants but as far is like what you post on your page. You're not going to pick somebody that he doesn't want like maybe you're picking from the stuff that he chooses from no so i guess whatever i want. Oh oh wow i right. He doesn't tell me hey don't post that home page on this dan so he gives me free range on my post. Sorry my pitch to post whenever i want and then i just <hes> <hes> you know for example. Let's say you're on your show and i'm taking photos. The minute we leave your set right. He has ready to post and that's for me just editing on the fly uh-huh and then at the end of the night awesome the whole week and just in case you like something else ordinal that they want. We're trying to do for him to archive right <hes> he wants to keep everything thing from memory. You know and that's why i'm here for them. Like you told me the other day he had some issues with some <hes> some wedding photos of that he had and then <hes> <hes>. He told me that the link was down. He's like oh man. What can i do. That's all they. You know the person who probably take your photos. <hes> didn't pay their dropbox subscription and you know the guy dropped. He makes those please whatever you do tonight. You know your box..

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"d._c" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"To help you get out of your head and into action and also helpful advice to avoid those mental blocks that you come across when starting out so so make sure you start with part one of the side hustle series before listening to this episode now. Let's get into part to you how to lay the foundation of your business when it's still a side hustle step one is going to be narrowing down what it is you want to do. What do you want to focus on. What kind of side hustles so you want to start. Yes you may have multiple interest but you're not good at all of these. Let's just be rail. You're not good at all of those interests and remember what i said. In part one focus on what you are excellent at or you can become excellent at not what you're just good at because people don't wanna pay for just good wanna pay for excellence okay and you can get help narrowing down your side hustle. This is what i did so i told hold you in part one of the series how i graduated with my m._b._a. And with no job move back to d._c. With moyo and had to do some soul-searching to figure out what i should do the next one of the things i did to kick start the process of narrowing. My side hustle was to reach out to friends for their help. I was in such a low low space base that i just no longer feel good at anything. I was in a slump. I couldn't see my strengths. I could only see my weaknesses and you know when you're going through an experience chance of failure. Sometimes it's hard to look at that failure itself as just a circumstance and failed event and instead you ended up projected it onto yourself as i am the failure no it's a failed event and even as i was thinking of those things about myself and my subconscious conscious i knew okay. I've got to snap out of this. I cannot keep feeling this way and the first thing i thought of is i need to see myself as other see me. I need to remember that girl on needs to remember what it is that i'm good at and i know my friends are always telling me how smart i am creative. I am and how i'm going to be the next this listen that but i didn't see it in that moment in that period of time. I didn't see these things. I thought maybe if i just ask them then. I'll be able to see so that's what i did. I sent my friends a quick survey because i was having trouble remembering what it was that were my strengths and these are the exact questions i sense of them in this survey back in the summer of two thousand fifteen and by the way guys don't worry about writing these down because i actually created a downloadable free. We we for this episode so it has a sample survey that you can send to your friends to narrow down your side-hustle. It will include all the questions. I'm about to share plus a few few more that i wished that asked them so visit sintus approach dot c._o. Slash one sixty to get this sample survey all right now back to the questions so here are the exact questions.

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"d._c" Discussed on Scary Mommy Speaks

Scary Mommy Speaks

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Scary Mommy Speaks

"That is <hes> a tremendous resource of information. If you want to inform yourself so some other ways to get involved. Let's say you have an hour a week that you're willing to commit to phone. Banking doesn't matter if you're nervous on the phone you'll get used to it. <hes> there's two ways to join what we call. The gun cents <music> action network g san. They have two groups. You can call their members friendly people who are new members to the movements and tell them how to get involved or you can make the policy the legislative calls so to sign up for that you would go to every town dot org slash act and you could find a way to sign up for the gun sense action network doc as well as other ways to get involved. I wanted to also ask you about <hes> donating money because for a lot of people they don't have time that they can donate and it just makes them feel good to donate some some hard-earned cash <hes>. Where does the money that's donated. Two moms demand action and go. What does that go towards. It goes to a number of different things. <hes> we have an annual training conference. We just had almost two thousand. I was in volunteer leaders converge in d._c. <hes> it was the weekend of the two <hes> mass shootings and instead of their celebratory saturday evening gala they marched on the white house and the capitol by the way so it goes to that it goes to our local chapters because sometimes we need to rent space for a meeting. We need to print print materials create banners. <hes> we go up. Each chapter. Generally has an annual lobbying day at their state capital so we rent buses to go up there. We rent a room to organize in again our material so <hes> it goes to our advocacy work okay and training often our show is very refunding. We definitely deal with hard topics and we definitely deal with educating moms about stuff. That's going on via our articles on our site but <hes> to be able to take this. This kind of feels like a very <hes>. Proactive active step is really a great opportunity so one before before we thank you profusely <hes>. Is there anything that we haven't asked you that you think is important information or something that you would like to share. Yes what can people do today. So because of the recent shootings there is again a an outcry for legislative action at the state but specifically at the federal level and and we've seen movement among people who have opposed gun legislation in the past opening up to considering it. You need to contact your legislators. Whether it's it's your state or your federal specifically your senators because the house earlier this year already passed expanded background checks and they've got a very good red and flag bill <hes> that they will probably pass when they get back into session. We need the senate to take up these bills so i strongly encourage you to reach reach out to your senators across the country wherever you live and ask them to take federal action on expanding background checks passing red flag bills and any the other gun sense legislation as soon as you can make that outreach i just so appreciate you being here and i just i wanna <hes> also tell listeners that if you're scared you know you don't just have to sit there and your fear and you don't have to be worried about your family. Only you can gain some control in this situation and try to evoke change in the world and <hes> that is truly what america is about isn't it. Yes and i just wanna say you're doing amazing. Work truly inspiring and thank you so much for taking time diane came literally with the the day's notice so i really appreciate you spending some time to number one help educate us and our listeners but also to inspire us to do to do more yeah. I can all do more. Thank you so much for the opportunity..

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"d._c" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Sometimes sometimes you just gotta keep giving and keep doing until you you do it like i think i hit him enough. You've never seen an athlete that i love go to a press conference and i felt like we did enough to win. Yeah yeah what happened out there. Well we did enough yeah. Yeah you're right. I never thought about it that way but you're right and a lot of people do that. A lot of people work what they think is the right amount of work and then they get angry and quit and they lose yeah and on yeah. One of my favorite things like i've ever done is is walls world because it was just a band of brothers and sisters like we got thrown in jail in sicily we got chased by like wild sicilian white supremacists really yeah and like you know. We were in some really funky situations. We got teargassed in istanbul. Gay pride parade like a lot of bad things happen. A lot of guests dropped out a lot of people were like like dicks where we went you know but we always persevered <hes> and you know my favorite episode. Ever is like r._d._c. episode because because we plan to go to d._c. In delight episode like coming home and showing people in southeast d._c. And <hes> you know things that like i think are culturally culturally important that d._c.'s contributed to the world but then trump got and not try. It was trump's inauguration the same week right and it was going to be part of it. We knew was was the inauguration. We knew we were going to work that into the episode but when the riots broke out the the the day of you've the women's march we ono the riots broke out the day of the inauguration before the women's march and i remember there was like a car on fire and all these things were going on and i called our producer. I was like look. We need a team huddle. Everybody like let's meet in my wpro so me the producers we met in the room and we just made a decision like we came here for one story but clearly like things have changed mhm. This is a lot worse than we ever thought like this countries in worse shape than we ever thought it'd be in like there is a real divide and we were like let's it's not fight what's going on. Let's not fight the footage like let's hit the streets. Let's cancel a lot of stuff. We have planned and let's capture people's thoughts and feelings. Let's work double time. Let's work hard. Let's just go you know and that's like the episode. I'm most proud of because everyone was just like fucking. We're gonna work double time..

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"d._c" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Triangulation

"Audience. The broader world is is well acquainted with around privacy around security around identity or the three pillars of the tech policy world <hes> with climate change you know overarching existential issue corruption pay fair bit attention to but the thing that is deeply troubling to me right now is <hes> because if I think maybe the political moment because I've been in D._C.. Because I focused so much upon the broader hurt space of open government for so many years now <hes> that's difficult to see and if we're unable to find a way to make progress on that across all the different stakeholders involved you know from government legislators legislators regulators different officials judges to the media you know and it's very heterogeneous. There's no the meteorite there's all these different stakeholders to that technology companies <hes> to different parts of civil society from libraries schools the universities to ourselves as information craters consumers distributors. I think we're GONNA have worse problems because I don't think the challenges are going to get less right and the wicked issues that have been there long before we have been this hyper connected are persistent and what gives me hope is that there are so many diverse approaches to this around the world and that will see I think <hes> some better ways that because of the bickering communication perhaps we can adapt and adopt across borders across states etc but we'll see you know <hes> there's going to be more black swan events <hes> within our lifetimes <hes> after the big bump a couple years ago yeah definitely well it kind of sidetracked us from talking about your background but but you've been talking about it obliquely for the last minute or two as you described your passion for making sure or that the public has complete and accurate information about important areas so you started out in <hes> the late nineties getting involved in the in the Internet Industry Tree <hes> where'd you go from there <hes> I think I was kind of a classic member of my generation. I sort of X. Y.. Right on the cusp seeing the millennials start to come into college seen generate X. my older siblings on the other side <hes> and as a result I think I'm classic. I had a bunch of different jobs. I worked as a cook worked as a carpenter worked as a teacher at a bunch of different <hes> consulting contract work and in my twenties so all these different things <hes> it wasn't until the very end that I came to full time writing <hes> at a place called what is dot com one of the oldest <hes> I._T.. Information Sites on the Internet it was founded in the mid nineties. These <hes> were an engineering little thing IBM got tired of answering the same questions and basically put them together tonight he encyclopedia put it on the Internet and then a company called tech target acquired it and <hes> I I happen to <hes> find a interesting job listing of all places on craigslist and <hes> managed to get a associated ship <hes> there and quickly got drawn into the tech industry but from the enterprise I._T.. Perspective life which is a bit different than the consumer world but quickly my <hes> you know interest in and my job which is to try to see what was happening online that could be relevant to all the editors around me and to the audiences we had which were I._T.. Professionals <hes> you know what would make sense for engaging them of course back in two thousand six that was blogging that was the crest of the the web two O spaces..

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"d._c" Discussed on Business Scale Insights

Business Scale Insights

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Business Scale Insights

"Be starting with you affording or hiring even a business attorney to help them with certain things <hes> that this can be something that's missed and and what I always tell 'cause people like me. There's you know there's other people like me out there. That can do your trademark search and do the filing at what's going to be extremely affordable rate and do it well and and that's something that's available in today's marketplace because of the way that legal practices changed and and there's a lot more <hes> lawyers out there that are geared toward helping helping businesses of the absolutely and it's one of the reasons why I definitely wanted you on the air because I understand there there has been this chasm <hes> to your point <hes> related to intellectual property services. I worked at a big firm in Washington in D._C.. And for the longest time that's really the only that was kind of like the only game in town or a really high brow boutique firm that really wasn't accessible so <hes> your point is really well taken why some many small businesses have avoided needed this so I talked a little bit about branding a might seem obvious <hes> the relationship between the trademark and brand. How would you say what is the relationship between a trademark and brand really? They're one and the same typically you say okay you have Nike and that's a brand right and Nike owns the trademark registration on the word Nike.

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"d._c" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"It. Were excited about it if you're in the General D._C.. Area Yeah you don't WanNa miss this. We're going to be in town solvable. TICKETS DOT com slash. D._C.'s how you can get your tickets until we did until we announced the DC show our until we announced the Texas Show Oh D._C.. Tickets were moving faster than any show we've ever released tickets for yes and then we really Texas tickets and they're moving even faster than D._c.. So these are flying off the shelves and we cannot stress enough how much we want to hang out with you which is to say a also. We're going to do a show for you. Then we're going to go somewhere nearby or just stay there and hang out and drink beer and Hashtag ten does tenders with ty will eat chicken tenders and whatever else is around because it's it's incredible to put faces two two names and just to meet listeners. It's it's the coolest thing I say that genuinely. If you are on the fence we are telling you it's a great time and we can't wait to personally thank you for listening <hes> and because we are doing Saturday than a Sunday show it has like a tour vibe right yeah yeah. Can we get one of those giant road cases in the has stenciled on solid nineteen tour even though we have no gear already be on the venues. That's how will transport Taylor yeah. That's going to be Taylor. There will be Intel by the way he's covered with us to both locations we need our guy are pretty production booth to make sure things go smoothly. Should we figure out how we're doing. Today's show today's show is what we're calling the dude watchlist now as has you know you've listened to the show for any period of time. You're.

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"d._c" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"How did you achieve this tension? I've been there probably comes from within and I think also it comes from introspective this. I know that's a word but the point is like kind of looking back at where I came from. I did a lot of that. I did a lot of self reflecting collecting a lot of going backwards to make something this forward so maybe that's kind of what the tension comes from and you talk about looking back. Let's Talk About D._C.. For a moment where is right now you hop around you live in different places but D._C.. Is still your home correct yeah. I'm sure you've been keeping up a D._C.. Has Become the fastest gentrifying city in America and we're already seeing real world effects of that for example the don't Meet D._C.. Movement for those who don't know it's a grassroots movement meant to preserve Gogo Music in D._C.. Culture and it started earlier this year with <hes> a clash between locals and let's say the new residents but since you've left D._C.. And you've traveled so much what have you learned about Disea- from being away from it gain a learned on that whatever happened in D._C.'s kind of happening everywhere <hes> everybody has their thing. Everybody has their version of their city. Them memories of their moments are there places their spots their own vernacular their own way of just in their own way of thinking just like D._c.. Those you know and everyone's kind of <hes> especially in black communities you know we're scared of losing grip of that and I feel like everybody's holding onto the little pieces that they have and I think through such a twisted concept zip is bringing us much closer together when you say bringing us closer together who you meet black people internationally globally. It's kind of like black people are black. People are black people everywhere things that unite us all and now that it's been out in the world and you've lived with it and it's breathe beyond your immediate crew. What are you seeing as you're measuring success for this album <hes>? I think the way that I'm looking at it is how it's affecting the people that was intended for which is. Not just black people it wasn't intended to make just for that people is actually intended for anybody who's isolated more so but it just connected with the people here the my own people you know so that's kind of how I measure. The success is like it's a lot more people that look like me coming up to me telling me this. This is their favorite thing and it resonated with them. They're massive fan of it today. Some stops me and grabs my hand and tells me how massive of if any is in <hes> how great the album is and keep going and he's going to see me November because I was show in London another big signifier is the variety of features on it. You got a print. You've got to be really push.

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"d._c" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The maternity ward is closing there are like forty eight women who are pregnant and who are ready to give birth in that hospital right now there are patients with terminal cancer who are receiving treatment right now there are elderly early people with diabetes who are receiving treatment right now they cannot go anywhere they would have to take three buses in their infant condition to even receive treatment so what this is is actually a death sentence and so when the senator sees that this is a fight right of humanity of basic humanity he's going to show up and he's going to move his staff and the resources at his disposal I his email list to turn people out to show up for the vitamin. I think he'll he'll continue to do that and that's like a defining characteristic or defining it just it's it's the defining feature. That's why it makes me. It makes me genuinely proud to be a member of this campaign and I should you say <hes> for folks who didn't hear my interview yesterday with the David Day in about this a hanuman it's sort of a proof of concept for a private equity to come in <hes> by the hospital separate the hospital from the land bankrupt the hospital keep the land sell the land development for condos. This can happen like you say urban centers around the country. This particular private equity outfit owns a half a dozen other hospitals in D._c.. You See <hes> l a couple of other cities and then of course it doesn't have to end with hospitals. You can go to any massive institutions that are you know. Serving folks in the urban cities are well so with that said this this notion of a building the movement simultaneously running for a campaign. How does it affect your strategy when there are other candidates who because they rely on big donors they've got to prove certain things early on the campaign to maintain that support where Bernie Sanders relies <hes> primarily on small donors small donors who have not maxed out in this month <hes> year and a half out from the thing date?.

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"d._c" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"d._c" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"To the beach with me. We're saying this really nice place <hes> on Hana the furthest east part of Maui and we're standing right on the beach. I consider to go check. I wanted to show this thing I found I got her to go out to to the beach and I just yeah propose with the with like a ring on my brother make out of Sunday's. He's a welder because I had temporary. That's acute req- that's she's surprising. Does she cry. She cried. She was very surprised. She was surprised because she doesn't ever see me nervous. I actually saw him getting nervous yeah because it's like it's a big deal. It's not like stand up now. Saying truly doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things truly. If you have a bad show it's done. That's it. If you have a great show it's done. That's it or you can also so do a thing. Sometimes we're on like Oh. I need to be myself up about this experience. <hes> I've stopped doing that specifically because I was like who's helping Oh yeah shitty show and then lately lately because they've been touring a lot and I've been doing like the same act in different cities so like I know what works and what doesn't work and if it's not working with this crowd I'm like. I don't think it's the material I think you people are in a weird space so I've read a lot of material about shitty towns. I've been in yeah. There's so many places that are just you step into. This thing like this is this is all you <hes> I am bringing the best energy <hes> and doing everything I know the works guys are just being like I had the last show. I did that where I was crack thought about that. I was headlining at the what is it the the not the draft house in D._C.. Downtown <hes> this is the weekend after trump got elected. Oh God I was just reading it so much because just like what a place to be here in Washington D._C.. The air was so thick with hunt. Just you know this is such a weird shitty feeling because not even think at that point and I had to do these shows and it wasn't so bad 'cause I could address it and I could talk about along but there was just one group of people in the front row. You would see a good people where you're like. I cannot imagine how you know each other yeah. They seem like some sort of weird inbred family being a twins set in the air. This old white lady was short hair just like this thing were like what the fuck is going on here. They kept talking there in the front row. I Made Fun of <hes>. Should I get that stops but they just kept whispering. Each other like this is fucking. You're insane. <hes> people are like what's that thing that movie about the people from the hills. The hills have eyes yeah. It's like that kind of thing but they were in Washington Washington D._C.. Did you kick them out or did they. Did you let them just keep talking. I can't remember like some some some stuff like this..

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