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"david brody" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

06:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"david brody" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"To also be a movement of change of law, but change of heart. Reaching out to women reaching out to men that are involved and difficult pregnancy situations and letting them know that we're here for them no matter what. And to tell them, you know, if you're struggling, we will help you. We will do this. So the debate is now shifting over what kind of tactics to use and where the movement goes overall from here. Our thanks to Brian Todd greatly appreciated sir, and it is not a unified movement all singing from the same song sheet. This is now going to get sorted out largely in the upcoming 2024 Republican presidential nomination contest because each Republican candidate used to simply be able to state on this issue overturn roe and get it back to the states. Well, now that that's happened, are there going to be some candidates in favor of federal legislation, a national abortion ban? That is not popular with the American people, but there are some Republican elected officials proposing that already are going to be differences between Republicans as to whether or not they support a 6 week ban. Whether or not to include exceptions for life of the mother, health of the mother, rape or incest, or should no exceptions be included. So now, after sort of a unified purpose for nearly half a century, Republicans are sorting out and seeking what they're going to galvanize around as their mission in a post roe world. Mississippi attorney general, Lynn Fitch spoke at the march today with a forward looking message, she won the Dobbs case that resulted in the overturning of roe at the Supreme Court. We can protect life, but this is not the end of our journey. So it is our charge today in this new Dobbs era. To channel that same determination and hope and prayer that has led you to these streets for 50 years. Use it to make changes. Now the reality of a Republican controlled House and a democratic controlled Senate and White House means there's not much likely to happen at the national level. You may recall that house Republicans in some of their first moves in the majority in the last week or so passed some pro life anti abortion rights legislation, but of course that's going nowhere in a Democrat controlled Senate. For his part, president Joe Biden marked the 50 year anniversary of the road decision with a presidential proclamation. He reaffirmed his administration's commitment to protecting reproductive rights and calling on Congress to pass legislation to codify row and of course that is not going to happen with a Republican controlled House. Hence, the stalemate at the federal level. But just to remind you of where Joe Biden was on this issue and how wrongly decided he believed the Dobbs decision to be, this is how he reacted to the Supreme Court's decision last June. This decision is a culmination of a deliberate effort over decades upset, balance of our law. It's a realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error by the Supreme Court in my view. Now with Rogan, let's be very clear the health and life of women in this nation are now at risk. His vice president Kamala Harris, the first female vice president of the United States, is going to Florida on Sunday to commemorate what would have been the 50th anniversary of roe V wade, a senior administration official says Harris is going to highlight the administration's continued fight for reproductive rights at the state level. Now there is something that has occurred since the Dobbs decision. That is, the American people weighed in in the midterm elections, and you may recall abortion was a big issue for specifically democratic voters and some independent voters across the country as a real motivating issue that perhaps helped Democrats perform better in this midterm election than many had anticipated. And so Democrats are eager to keep the battle for abortion rights front and center in their political messaging, especially in states where Republicans have gained control of the governorship and the legislature where they have a so called trifecta and are trying to enact more aggressive pro life legislation. But it's not just Democrats who believe that this conversation about abortion restrictions in a post row world plays to their political advantage. There are some Republicans who believe that too, namely, the only Republican who is a declared candidate for the 2024 Republican Party presidential nomination, and that is former president Donald Trump. You may recall that he wrote on his truth social platform earlier this month that the quote abortion issue had been poorly handled by many Republicans, especially those who insisted on no exceptions in the case of rape, incest or life of the mother, which he said quote lost large numbers of voters. Well, there are a lot of pro life activists who push back on this. The Susan B. Anthony list being one of them. And when they did so, they got a claim from some of Trump's potential rivals, like his former vice president Mike Pence. There seems to be a bit of a rift going on here between Trump and the evangelical Christian community that had been extraordinarily supportive of Trump during his initial run for the presidency and throughout the course of his presidency. But earlier this week, Trump told journalist David Brody that he's angry that some influential evangelical leaders have not immediately rallied around his 2024 candidacy. Nobody has ever done more for right to life than Donald Trump. I put three Supreme Court Justices who all voted. And they got something that they've been fighting for for 64 years or many, many years. Now, Trump's picking this feud with evangelicals precisely when his former VP Mike Pence is on his book tour and wooing the religious right, which is, of course, Mike Pence's natural home in American politics. So what is the state of the play in the states now that this issue has been returned to the states by the Supreme Court? Well, according to the gut mocker institute, as of December 2022, abortion is unavailable in 14 states and courts have temporarily blocked enforcement of bans in 8 others. Even in states where abortion is available, clinics have been

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"david brody" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"david brody" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Bret baier had my life and Harold Ford junior and myself on last night. We spent most of the panel talking about garage gate and my cut number 7 is my second hit on this. I want your reaction to this because I don't know what the origin story is, but I brought it up last night. Can we play senator cotton cut 7, please? Last word on this, I want to turn topics. We need to know the precipitating event, Brad. What is there a grand jury that's asking for these documents? Why did the Penn Biden center begin the search? Why were lawyers involved? Normally when you're moving documents, it's not the stuff that lawyers do because they're cost too much money. Did the grand jury put in a document request? There is a grand jury investigating Hunter Biden Hunter Biden's attorney admitted to that publicly. I'd like to know the events before November 4 and I hope the Republicans dig deep into the precipitating events for these searches and why lawyers for the president are present looking for the documents without security classifications, but Donald Trump's home had to be rated by the FBI. I also want to contrast that senator cotton with secretary Clinton also presidential candidate when her server was seized. It went to her lawyers and they deleted half the emails. And I see the stream is frozen. But tell me why do you think there are two different approaches? Is this just naked politics? Well, I think that's pretty obviously the reason is that Donald Trump has an R after his name. Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden have these after their names. Again, it's hard to generalize about these things unless you know the actual content of these documents, the reason they were removed, it is apparently a very common fact that when presidents and vice presidents leave office that some of these documents can find their way inadvertently into boxes, it may have happened with Joe Biden that may have happened with Donald Trump, it happened with presidents before them, rarely are those something of great concern. It's not like for instance a government employee or contractor, spirit and documents out of the classified facility and sharing them with our adversaries or sharing them with the media. But we have to know the circumstances about these documents. To make a final judgment. I will say this about Hillary Clinton, what she did is much worse than what either, in my opinion, and what Joe Biden, Donald Trump has been alleged to do. She was using a server to conduct active business.

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"david brody" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

04:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"david brody" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Dead. Ukrainian soldiers are taking part in a U.S. Military training program. Soldiers from the Ukrainian armed forces have arrived. Norman hall. On MLK day President Biden spoke at a breakfast honoring the great civil rights leader. Must be guided by doctor king's light. I'm surely Adler. All ahead on America in the morning. It's 7 minutes after. There's more fallout over the classified document scandal as former president Donald Trump speaks out about the revelations of finals being found at the Delaware home and at a former office belonging to President Biden. John stones with the latest from Washington. Ever since his Mar-a-Lago home was raided by the FBI last September, Trump has had to answer tough questions about the trove of classified documents discovered there, and his pursuit of legal action in order to keep them. But now his successor, President Biden is embroiled in his own classified document scandal, and on the water cooler with David Brody on real America's voice, Trump makes clear what he thinks of The White House's handling of the discoveries. Obviously, it's a cover up. It's a very sad situation. Trump says thanks to being the quote southern White House for four years, Mar-a-Lago was far more secure than Biden's Delaware home. Now I see that they have their classified documents on the sitting on the floor and a big pile in a garage. And it's a big problem. I think for them, I don't know. Trump did say he wants to see all the investigations into these matters go away. Because we're like investigation central in this country. No country in the world has anything like this. Do you want to make America great again? And this nonsense is just, you know, it never ends. Republicans in the House of Representatives are demanding answers from The White House on Biden's documents, as well as guest logs from Biden's home dating back to last year. Trump calls the Biden discoveries a quote problem. And it brings Obama into the picture as you can imagine because me documents early Obama documents is from the Obama administration and now I guess they're getting him involved. How come he allowed that to happen? Two separate special counsels are investigating both men for their handling of the documents. John stillness, Washington. The White House said on Monday, it doesn't keep visitor logs for President Biden's personal residence in Wilmington, Delaware were at least 6 documents with classified markings were found. It's 9 after, the national transportation safety board in the FAA now investigating after a near and what could have been a catastrophic collision was averted between two planes at New York's Kennedy international airport. As correspondent Julie Walker tells us one of those planes was forced to abort its takeoff as it hurtled down the runway. A panicked JFK air traffic controller stopping a Delta plane from takeoff as an American flight crosses in front of it. The audio recorded on live ATC dot net, along with the relief of the close call. Passenger Brian Healy told WABC he was on that aborted Delta flight. Everyone's to ourselves. It was thrust forward. The Boeing 7 37 slamming on the brakes as the American Airlines flight a Boeing 777 crossed in front of it from an adjacent taxiway, according to the FAA, which will review the tapes. Apparently holding short of three one left. American Airlines referring questions to the FAA, Julie Walker, New York. The Delta flight which carried a 145 passengers and a crew of 6 had to return to the gate after the near collision and took off the next day the American Airlines flight, which taxied across the active runway was destined for London and is capable of carrying as many as 300 passengers. Tragedy in a small rural California community were 6 people were found dead in a house. Katie Clark tells us among the dead were a teen mother and a 6 month old infant. Tragedy struck a small town in California's San Joaquin valley early Monday morning. When police arrived at the scene, they discovered 6 people shot in a house, the same home that had a search warrant carried out last week, resulting in one arrest with drugs and guns also seized in that search. Police say that the killings might be related to the recent search, sheriff Mike boudreau. We also believe that this is not a random act of violence

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"david brody" Discussed on The Best Topics And Rants

The Best Topics And Rants

08:34 min | 9 months ago

"david brody" Discussed on The Best Topics And Rants

"For glitch in the system because of fashion I won't run through it TV on the cell I gonna be in the back that you gotta love it when you struggle I know you suck like a man I got the title I don't see who never took a puke information man I got mad at the sun with the fiction. I got these money through some trying to call me I got all this money I'm gonna take forever and process information on many. Trying to feel in the city. Any longer I'm a get mad. I look at your money this song was created using the anthrax studio app. I am not a super computer. I am not a super computer. Are you not a super computer I can get overloaded or overwhelmed yeah. I am not a super computer I didn't get everywhere oh yeah this super computer I can't get overloaded or overwhelmed. I don't know the super cute I can get overloaded or overwhelmed 22 wonderful with me I just gotta kill the freak like all that show with me. But never get enough. I just wanna squeeze party I done wanna start I just wanna play a shorty like it once. This song was created using the anthrax studio app. This song was created using the anthrax studio app. My mental computer is not is he is he better virus now oh yeah you know yeah yeah yeah getting grill upset 5 men talk computers now getting real niggas 'cause it's not nah I'm being real scared that I'm gonna get bitten apart from the silver gift bitch be a beast of my mythical computer shop three on my tongue and that's what we do I am overwhelmed and keeps classroom keep splashing keeps your I am overwhelming kids classroom. I am overwhelming keeps classroom. And we had a lot of Missouri period we gotta run the streets. We gotta do everything but it's used to be and I love you we gonna talk to me talking that don't look too me you'll never me talking that I'm talking everybody talking around you still be a different one we gonna run the streets if we could kill them we gotta kill whatever we do run the shit say as we do my mental futurism I met you computer is up because we do like that niggas hit on this song and what we do I'm just gonna fucking kill you I'm mental computer is not trying to recognize. My mental computer is not was in jail and mental computer is not you're the best. I saw it was created using the anthrax studio app. Yo. Yeah yeah 'cause I can't compute. And we're fine just processing information. In the green does not process information no matter. 'cause I don't give a fuck when I know the newest girl. Say you ready for me my dreams just to process information I don't care. Yeah. I don't give a care if you try to tell me that you love you say pain disappointment information to you. It does not process it for me. I'm free to stop for myself information since it does not compute. When I really started I wanna go to black men. $15 not process information and it does not compute. 'cause my movie messed up that I haven't and I'm not my friend just not process information in it does not confuse hit a real something. I don't really care how they call it nothing but dreams don't stop processing information and it does not compute it's a real something I don't rock up to this computer I'm gonna give her a 5 which just like I'm a kid doctor David Brody was. This song was created using the anthrax studio app. I'm about to get a virus like it coming. It's a song right now yeah gotta see it on and then we'll see if you playing it's not the control center then you won't get dangerous in a way you really don't feel the same it's. This song was created using the anthrax studio app. You. You you yeah I won't get that sick of freezer out here yeah yeah I won't get that. I don't like waiting for you yeah if I feel bad said I can't submit nothing to TV for my radio and I'm gonna get the crash and like glitching Coke gotta get it back if I feel like this someone does not want me to go on the radio 'cause I'm naughty right this something bad I hate that information information. If they keep my sin then I get that information I don't wanna process that information yeah yo never lost something the anti virus program feel rose. I woke up from the anti virus program me on broad night. All night we be in the hood and partying until we get the suffer..

"david brody" Discussed on HOT45CLASSICROCK PODCAST

HOT45CLASSICROCK PODCAST

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on HOT45CLASSICROCK PODCAST

"The answer to the music question is new wave bands is the top of the music they play is not about to do a lot of the end of the world is the 5th studio album about fucking through those really spot big shot records in 1995. Those bands first albums is 1986, dream come true. It was released in the U.S. only. Left his vans only member original members, my score worked with many different musicians over the years. He and his members played live shows where in terms of new material with the release of the single badge in 1989. They returned to the recording studio in 1994 to begin working on the material why was this lineup was made? I was score at berner. It base AG bizarre terms. While rehearsing the finished touches for the album being came across, David Brody, vice president of fledgling worker company being shot, located with a park for blue was hosted van's hometown. And Seymour viral choice compared to the label further way. Tour total, it happened to be not really they were starting the company that I was finishing my album. Those virginians my podcast, this is Jonathan still. You're listening to the heart 45 o'clock for our podcast, so I can see. If you want to reach me, suggest that you suggested this like we have in contact with Jonathan S 19 still at Yahoo dot com. Or elsewhere in front of our C three two 504 two two 9 placing felicity and alcohol later..

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"david brody" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"Use the promo code. Elvis phone with a friend of mine yesterday. He says you know. I was talking to the gang from back in the day. I said yeah so. Do you wanna play game white. What are you talking about. You play game like you. Tell me something you feel about me and i'll tell you something i feel about you because we were talking about you yesterday. What i as. Okay you go first. What game is this. We all agree. We love you elvis but only in small doses do that. I'm not gonna say the love you but only in small doses cop. It's compliment even a compliment. There's an okay. Wow have you ever been told that the truth you're crate but i can only just be around a little bit because you drive me insane or i always learned that when you say something that has the but in it like that everything before the but is negated by what comes after the budget. She's really pretty but she's kind of annoying. You just mean she's kind of annoying. There's post but right. Yes we like you but in small doses all right well. Let's have a little little honesty session. Do you think. I think that's how my wife feels about me right. Oh she definitely a frog now around these people or when i'm around anyone. I'm going to get less of a dose. Don't do that. it's like a walk by. And my maybe i should just shut up disliked. Everyone else fill in the blanks. Fine nash notes. Most people don't deserve you elvis. It's all of you are nothing is safe which that scary. David brody. But in small doses. Oh my god lena's david. Did you hear what he said. I cannot listen to him i really. He's a fake friend..

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"david brody" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Journey his totally just beginning. Former President Trump gave an interview with David Brody of Real America. His voice this week and I thought was very fascinating interview. We're going to be excerpting some of what he had to say all week long here on the show, but this was one of the money quotes one of the most interesting, he said. That he has never admitted defeat in the 2020 presidential race. No, I never admitted defeat. As we have a lot of things happening right now. I think that that was an election. That was I don't think all you have to do is read the newspapers and see what's coming out now. No, I've never the word is concede. I have not conceded he has not conceded he has never admitted defeat. He's predicting more states will follow suit like Arizona looks like As a judge in Georgia right now that has heard the arguments. He's going to take some time to ruminate. I watched that proceeding yesterday before he rules on the Georgia audit. Pennsylvania subpoenas allegedly maybe going out soon. Michigan Now looks like they're moving. In that direction. Perhaps Wisconsin. What happens with all of this? Well again? I mean, you know, the Constitution doesn't allow for a way to over, you know, unseated president other than other than impeachment. And of course, that wouldn't be be a reason for for impeachment of President impeachment. President Biden. Look, we just find I I think what's going to come to light is that you know where there's smoke. There's fire where there are, you know, busloads or trucks, truckloads of ballots showing up in the middle of the night. That there may have been some nonsense going on. And the American people just need that. They need to have an election system. They can trust the all the hysteria about the new voting bills in Texas or Florida, Georgia. I mean, these are ridiculous. You know, these are common sense measures. You actually have always want to clean up the boat. They actually have to prove who you are, You know to vote. I mean that That's a pretty That's pretty simple concept because we know their jurisdictions even in Maryland, where illegal immigrants are allowed to vote because people look the other way. I'm sorry. The right to vote is a you know, assuming that that you have a that you're eligible to vote. The right to vote is important, and we should make sure that everybody who can does and no one who can't does now There's been a lot of discussion about President Trump somehow becoming speaker of the house in 2020. Well, actually, yeah, he addressed that yesterday. Well, I've heard the talk, and it's getting more and more. But it's not something that I would have considered, But it is certainly there's a lot of talk about it. I have a good relationship with Kevin, and hopefully we will do everything traditionally, But the the election was a horrible, horrible thing for our country. The whole world is watching. And it's been horrible. You know, we were always known for free and fair elections. Well, it turns out they weren't free and they weren't fair and the world is watching. So I have seen talk about that. But it's nothing that I've ever considered. Panasonic is to understand being speaker. No. Well, I don't know, because I heard another. I heard another reference he he made to where he was somebody he mentioned that somebody mentioned Well, you could run for a congressional seat in Florida Be speaker and then and then be in charge of impeachment of Joe Biden. That would be a little turnaround. But I would. I would just remind the president that you don't have to be a member of Congress to be speaker. That is. That is true. In fact, maybe we could just make him speaker for a few days to, uh, to oversee the impeached. Just get it going. That's right. He said he was disappointed Injustices Cavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett for voting to uphold Obamacare, He says, I fought very hard for them. And of course, what is it about? Conservative justices that they seem to wonder for a field with the exception of Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia. But we just don't seem to be able to the left always gets the reliable leftist judge. But the conservatives not so much well, so the difference is is that the leftist judges are activists. They actually believe you can go beyond the written letter of the law beyond traditional interpretation. There. Activists and Republicans are not activist. So if you look at the Obamacare Law on the issue of standing, uh you know, they probably states probably didn't have didn't have the standard because we eliminated the mandated, You know? Zero Yeah. Elimination, so therefore there is no harm. So now if we had activist conservative judges, but then again, they wouldn't be conservative judges. They are activists. They would have said, Wow, that doesn't make any difference. We're going to overturn the law anyway, because that's what Democrats do. I look at Justice Thomas on on that ruling, and that's one of the guys. I really respect a lot. So when he said When he voted with the majority that, yeah, you have to like, Look, we need justices who aren't activists. And sometimes that means we can't advance our agenda in the courts where it's inappropriate to advance an agenda. Federal judge has ruled Black Lives matter Cannot sue President Trump over Lafayette Square and a former White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows is Rhonda Sanders will not run. Against Trump in 2024. Oh, he definitely won't..

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"david brody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And Jay LeBron NBA playoffs. I love it. So let's take some calls. I put up the Web poll last night. Your Twitter poll in my timeline that Carmen to Falco, who was our Chicago baseball player of the week for the week of 5 24 through 5 30. So please vote online. You have about eight hours left to vote. Here are your choices from last week. Lucas Giolito, who did squeeze two starts in. It was very good. We don't often get to put pictures in there. But Lucas had two good starts, right? Billy Hamilton, who had like the greatest week of his career, right? It was like I mean, nobody can argue now about Billy Hamilton being in there. Well, no, but I mean in a week, you know, he smoked the ball last night again. He scored. Yeah, He's great. He scored. It was not an inside the park home run. There was an Arab double. But yeah, the base running there was still fun. The baseball players in the two heirs. Yeah, That's right. The baserunning was great. So Lucas Giolito Billy Hamilton Yeoman Kata, who has been about as hot as any player in baseball, the last three weeks and and Patrick wisdom Bam! And he's leading the pole with 49% of the votes. So vote online at Carmen de Falco. Are you sold any more on Patrick wisdom after last night? I don't know what that means Sold because you're buying. What? When I tell it came into your office yesterday, Eureka wasn't area and I said Boy think that Patrick wisdom can hit. You turned around with venom and said. I said David Brody, I said We're so I said, Remember when in 2017 when all the Cubs fans were saying trade Kris Bryant because we have David Brody? Yeah, remember, Mark was one of them by the wall was right. We got David both saying that But this this the Cubs version of Mercedes Maybe, but that's what I'm saying. Mercedes is cooling off like you're starting a new Mercedes still is a very good aggression. Yeah, He's a good two strike hitter, which helps That does help. But like even Mercedes, you're so beautiful Wisdom last this thing up late last night time. That's not this morning thing. No, no. I said that I know. Late last night. You put that one up because I voted on it late last night. I did. I said a good kid played cards until about 1:30. A.m. yesterday. Early night is playing point home early. Yeah. Went home early as some would say they're co so I saw your you think come down the pipeline when I was sitting here trying to Population got cracked. We normally put it up on Tuesday. So that's why I wanted to get it up last night. It was like the week is short. I got you. We got to start writing some letters, kid we've got about day we saw when we need to write nine weeks. No, I was waiting on the pride. I know we're waiting on the price just can't hand out the awards without depriving. I'm gonna call our guy it obvious shirts and having make us some shirts. You know, we'll pay for him, obviously, but I mean, like, obviously, we need to care about. Obviously we need a character of you and I Um okay. We both got she knows. Is there absolutely fantastic. I think they need to be featured special friends and us. We go on ESPN 1000 Fred. Hey, it's this is that Oh, Batman? Yeah. What I want I am. How do you have a bed and friend and I'm like, What's up Big? I've been called worse. Hey, Here's the list that you guys need to be talking about. Not is, uh, Kobe or are LeBron or Michael the best? Hoods put, uh, pull a brown on the list. You need to be on the greatest quitters of all time. Put him out there with Roberto Duran. No. Must put him up there. You know, I hate to say it, but the guy Scotty could even be on that list. Why is he acquitted? Tried be quick because you quit the team. Steve. He wasn't what Bob. He wasn't playing in the last month, right? But he quit on his team. He walked away, abandoned after much if he quit him. I'll tell you. Yeah, I don't know. I don't mean proverbial Proverbial. LeBron was going back in the game. Say the word I'm looking for proverbially. Yes, OK. He is the mom dropping the child off the child being the team. At the firehouse because I don't want take care of this team. No more. Hey, that's what Just picture that L. A Lakers air his baby some of these, the mother going to the firehouse where you could just leave the baby and go. No questions asked, Created Allergy. I think John Sr did a movie like that. That's fabulous Mats. It's Cochi. What's up, Matt? Okay. How are you guys doing? I appreciate you taking my call. Great man. What's up? Okay, so I'm I'm young. Okay, give us an idea of what I'm 19 having. You are most valuable listener today. So So you know, like LeBron is to me. What Jordan was you Right? Yes, Right. So here's my Here's my question to you because he's very valuable to me. And I hate it when they like things like this happen, like every once every month. He gave this goes crazy on him. Yeah. You win the fifth championship, right and he ends up what he's supposed to be doing. Which is passing Karim for an alter all time points, right and he s been top five assists. And he has his top 10 and every single playoff record ever right. He has most points. The most feels top 10 rebounds. Most games ever played. Well, there ever for you guys. Who are Michael? Guys, born and bred, right? Will there ever be a conversation where you're like? Well, maybe maybe he's better just because he's got all the accolades and he's got One less championship, or is it you've seen what you needed to see you seem like you've seen LeBron and you're like, Yep, one's better than the It's an excellent question that you've let you laid that out in a very for 19 year old. You have your head on straight. You wait it out in a salient way. And you're 19 year old listening to radio Now, let us now let us tell you something young circling the area. Look, Michael, too. Maybe I probably have my mind made up in whether it's right or wrong. From like a data standpoint from I don't mean like it's a fair question, and it might not be fair for me to say my mind is made up map, but it's sports, and I'm a lifelong Chicagoan and I got to grow up watching Michael. So I think my mind is made up with that said I also spelled out for you. LeBron is without a doubt In my opinion, the second greatest basketball player I've ever seen in my life. I don't think they're anybody comes close to Michael. And LeBron Alright, say gets to six championships. If you get the six against the six championships And you can have a discussion. But there's no greater competitive in the world that Michael Jordan know that that that will never be argued. Nobody would ever say anything in the NBA for sure the greatest competitors Is Michael Jordan. If LeBron gets the six and you might be able to talk about it, you know if he gets them, I think they're the two greatest players of all time debate among the championship debate among us yourself of high we're gonna know in championship and let's face it. Michael Jordan gave the N B a a break. Michael Jordan said, Listen, I get it. We're winning too much. I'm a go cut the grass. I'm gonna Michael Jordan had to give the NBA Although so, Drexler in the lodge one can enjoy the championship a little bit of direction. Only got one of those remember. He was only there for rejection wasn't on the 94 team, right? He was there on the 95 teams for the Rockets yesterday morning. Yeah, the first one was just Kenny Smith. Alaska. Chema Lijuan, Otis Thorpe. Those would like Vernon Maxwell. Those that was like the key players e think the point is. Is there a story? Yeah. Good. He'd left the game. So others can enjoy some championships. Then he came back and won three straight. Otherwise would have been eight year old. I don't know Michael Jordan, Picking him up and put them down would have been rne and even the great Celtics team that won what? 9 10 straight. Even they will attack. Was it nine in a row? Nine out of 10. Even even they would have said Boy this Michael Jordan's pretty damn good time or your phone calls coming up. I know we got some baseball calls bears and all kinds of stuff. So we're greatest competitor ever. We could spread all fields. He's up there, man. Better than Boris Special. I'd say Tigers up. There's our Horse pass key fit now. 55 59 Tiger Woods After a third round lead, he converted 55 of 59 times. That's amazing. Like the tour averages like 45 50%. Wow, he's up. ESPN is the numbers Carmen and your call will be right back. You're listening to Carmen in your co on ESPN. 2000 Children goes home First Sports Some cargo sauce take on Cleveland today.

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"david brody" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Read you something. Welcome, guys. I'm gonna read you something. I want you to guess what it is. And who said it because you probably missed that last week today. We remember and celebrate the role. That the healing balm of prayer complain our lives on in the life of our nation. As we continue to confront the crises in challenges of our time from a deadly pandemic to the loss of lives and livelihood in its wink to reckoning on racial justice to the existentially threat of climate change. Americans of Faith can call upon the power of prayer. Provide hope and up left us for the work ahead. I'm gonna give it away now. On this national day of prayer. We unite with purpose and resolve and recommit ourselves the core freedoms that help define in guide our nation. From its earliest days. That was the proclamation from the current incumbent in the White House. Be creepy Beijing by them on the 70th 70 earth. National Prayer Day last week. Did you work out What's missing? I'll give you one guess. Because he mentioned pandemics. He mentioned wrestler justice. And you mentioned the dreaded threat of climate change. What did he miss? Yes. God. How interesting on the day of prayer. You can pray for racial justice. You can break the mother guy. Mother Nature to stop the climate change. You can pray for the gods of I don't know what Communist China to stop the spread of the Wu han flu, But don't mention Jesus. Don't mention God. From Greg Price. The Daily caller President Joe Biden's National Day of Prayer Public proclamation has come under criticism for excluding any mention of God. Like previous presidents, President Biden issued a proclamation on the 78th annual National Day of Prayer, but critics noticed that it included anecdotes to racial justice and climate change. But not to God. From David Brody CBN. His tweet Joe Biden's National Day of Prayer Proclamation has been released, and it doesn't even mention God once. How do you release a proclamation about prayer and not mentioned? God it all Well, of course, it mentions climate change and change and racial justice. Truly, this is pathetic. From Franklin Graham himself. Why would President Biden omit God. Today is the 17th annual national Day of Prayer. And Biden is the first president to omit the word God in his proclamation that speaks volumes, doesn't it? Yes, it does. By contrast, President Trump in his proclamation in 2020 mentioned God 11 times even barrack Obama in 2016, at least At least back. Obama mentioned God twice at least twice. Biden has repeatedly touted his Catholic faith. Yeah. Not so much. Not so much. How much of a Catholic I you If the word God can't be included in your presidential proclamation on the National Day of Prayer. But it's not just that. Did you hear what he said? With regards to police week. Mm hmm. That's better. President drove by, and this is our buddy Charlie Spearing the White House correspondent for Bright bob dot com. Joe Biden blamed lower enforcement for fueling distrust in my north communicate communities in his proclamation declaring Peace officers Memorial Day and police week. Good way to respect police officers and to blame them. Police officers Memorial Day honors all of the fallen law enforcement officers as well as police week in which they remember all of the sacrifices from law enforcement officials and their families across the country. Biden's statement released on Saturday expressed quote gratitude for the selfless public servants where the badge It included a lengthy paragraph, raising concerns about the quote distrust the police had created. I didn't statement reads. This year. We recognize that in many of our communities, especially black and brown community, it's weird. Black is got a capital B. But Brown doesn't is that racist? Is that racist? Did what was Brown got a little bit But black. He's got a capital B, So we did. Especially black and brown communities, There is a deep sense of distrust towards law enforcement. The distrust that has been exacerbated by the recent deaths of several black and brown again is crazy. Black is a capital B. Brown is a slow case Be Such a bunch of bigots. Brown people are less important, I guess than black people how weird it several black and brown people at the hands of law enforcement. These deaths have resulted in a profound fear, trauma, pain and exhaustion for many black and brown Americans again. And the resulting breakdown in trust between law enforcement and the communities they have sworn to protect and serve ultimately makes offices. Job's harder and more dangerous is well. Hmm. So the police offices Making vet job's harder. Big cause of It's nothing to do the Democrats, right? Saying that the Racists It's nothing to do the last 12 months of defense, the police defense that just that improve things, I'm sure President Trump Rejected attempts to criticize Lord enforcement in his peace officer. Memorial Day statements demanding more respect for officers when recalling the fallen This is a quote from what my old boss said. We must continue working toward the time. When all people respect and understand the important work that law enforcement officers do. Unfortunately, Laurie enforcement offices. Not always received the respect they deserve. Well, he did from him. I saw it with my own eyes. Did you see? Did you see our special yesterday on these Max? The Golkar reality check. We spoke to sheriff Mark Lamb. Just a sheriff in you know, Penal County, Arizona. Invited 10 times to the White House because of the water crisis. What he said. President Trump listened to us. He hasn't been invited once yet. I wonder why Check it out. 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"david brody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Most of them won't be available till July. I would assume maybe one of the Mets backups would be available now, though, I do think Jed would pick up the phone to anybody right now. You don't normally get those calls in May. But obviously recounts going to be making some phone calls. There's no doubt my mind about that. And and by the way, let's stop this Sox Cubs trade talk That is the equivalent of you being too lazy to get off your block and find other women to date. You're just going across the street. You're going across the street just date the woman because all I saw her in her flower bed. I don't want to date her. You get to live and see something second, they gotta hope they got a M. V P candidate type player who's wanted before. Who, by their own admission, They're probably not going to re sign and you lost 80 home runs. It's a perfect fit for you guys. We already fleeced you once. You wouldn't happen again. No, probably you probably won't want to deal with the socks again, Do you? It was not a good trades cubs you want to do with that again? That was not so bad. Thanks then. No, thank you. Now to the Cubs were talking about the Cubs. I'll tell you what, Jesse. Look, It might be a long year for the Cubs, but they can put this in the yearbook as something positive. I had no idea that comes would have this gun offense. First of all in Game one against Kershaw and the way they came back from behind and Game two. This is focused on Kershaw for a second. As I watched the game, I'm thinking he's gonna come back for the second inning, right, Shutting him down after 44 runs surrendered. How much that surprising from Robert's a little bit definitely a little bit there. Little short, I'm pitching, so maybe they wanted to sort of bring it back on short rest, and what inning is no big deal. Right? So I think he's thinking about his next start, or next few starts. Maybe it was the cool cooler weather. It's not like the Dodgers have played in a lot of that. But look, they took it to him. No doubt he's spiking balls, and they took advantage of when he was in the strike zone. And they got to power a little bit. I mean, Hayward homered off him, and eventually they win. That was a great night. Great day and night. No doubt about it, And we don't know where this cub season's gonna go. Probably to the seller's market is we've been talking, but you got to enjoy these kind of moments just tweeted out. It's the eighth time. Team is swept a Napo Nin, who has started to Cy Young winners in the double header, just the eighth time in history, so that's pretty cool. So look, I think there's some really good things happening with the cuts. Keegan Thompson started that game. Justin still finished it right late those air to cut draft picks. We we have lamented the fact they have not had Pitchers drafted and make it to the majors. Well, there's two of them that have done it right. We know Nico Horner's A good story so far. Advert House lays an emerging picture Craig Kimbrel granted blue to say, but You know that's gonna happen and give a long fly ball that just ended up in the basket. There's some good story lines if you're not worried about the standings, But if you are worried about the standings than a doubleheader doubleheader sweep of the Dodgers is pretty good. The interesting thing is, I watched this Cubs like yesterday was awesome. A few head Decided in the morning. I'm gonna bet the cubs to sweep the double header. People would've thought you're out of your freaking mind. And you got a Complete game performance out of Kyle Hendricks. And you mentioned Keegan Thompson and then Kimbrel comes in and gives up the home run and Javi answers. The Ballon ties the game back up, and then David Brody, Danny's guy comes through to win the ball game like That was the most unlikely way That game went down both both games that I could have possibly imagined. Yeah, I agree. And but think about this offense now on Jay Hood, I think you know cap was on vacation. I mentioned to you this last week about 10 week. 10 days two weeks ago, Basically when Jack Peterson went down It forced David Ross to diversify that line of you're not just seeing one through eight half of the top body it number eight and all these swings and misses in between. It is diversified. It's crazy. That sounds they've been better when so guard's been in there. When Marie's Nick, your guy has been in there, obviously, one Horner's been in there. I don't like that Opening day lineup where you have happened, voting and all that swing and miss These backups have helped diversify. Now you're not gonna win a bunch of games without backups, but is given the opponent a different look at the plate. I can't stress that enough. It is a different looking offense because he has different players in there almost on a nightly basis, and it's it's causing some havoc for the opponent opposing pitcher. Even if they're not scoring a lot of runs. They're getting a look at the contact they they're making. That's creating some of these moments for them. It's it's different than it was early in the season. I think that's important to know. Captain. Do you think that the garret suspension of seven games with the Cubs? It's It is too strong. No, just write down. It was just right. I was actually surprised. I didn't think I'm sure he'll appeal and I'll get knocked down to five. But it's a reliever that has more teeth and one start. What do you think? Jesse? I think it's the right move in and a lot of people read fans obviously think they overreacted, but you have to understand what they're trying to do. They want the celebrations. They want the emotion. They want the enthusiasm. But once you cross that line to taunting, and that's exactly what that was, they're going to shut it down. So in other words, if you want the backflips, did you better not cross that line when you're staring into the other dugout? Purposely to send a message. Celebrate what you want, do whatever you want towards your own dugout. But once you start staring down the other team, the other apartment, the guy that you just struck out, For God's sakes, Merisel feels bad enough. He struck out You don't need to start pounding your chest and walking towards them right? You could pound your chest that your dog out that's fine. Once you're staring out the opponent, it's the right move. So I like the fact that they were that that harsh seven games for reliever like you said, is a lot cap. Yeah, and as we let you go, I like if a pitcher like one bearing gear for the twins back in the day would ring guys up? That's fine. Bat. Flip me if I get you. I'm gonna ask Rizzo about it. Hey, man, you know bad flip me if you hit me hit the ball out. But just understand. I'm going to ring you up. I'm all let you know about it. You're real quick. You see Trevor Bauer Last night He showed emotion, but it was walking towards this dug up every time he had a big strikeout. He did it towards his dugout. Totally fine. You just can't do it towards the opponent. Jesse. Have a great day, man. You two guys take care of appreciate you, Jesse Rogers, fueled by the pride stores, not.

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"david brody" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"david brody" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mean, Derek's known him since he was what 15? Yeah. I mean, recruited him to Vanderbilt didn't get a chance to pitch under Matt Vanderbilt. But I think just the knowledge and I think that up to that the Reds when they Claims former off waivers They said they had scouted him for years, saying if he's available at some point, this is the guy we're gonna target, so I think when he came in, they had an immediate plan like this is what works for you. This is what doesn't work when you start his curveball lot more, and that's been a good pitch for him. I think Derek's mentality works quite well with Fulmer's mentality. Here's the old one pitch Tumorous Nick. It's in the dirt outside one ball one strike one of the things that stood out to me. He was talking about the curveball grips and he goes. I've struggled with that all of a sudden he finds one in spring training. He really likes it Now. He's using it a lot. Yeah. I mean, I think it speaks to his talent to a number eight pick in his draft class talent always been there. Every team. I mean, if you're claimed by five teams in a year, everyone thinks you have potential on the dirt inside to Marie's Nick, two balls and a strike. It's just what organization can figure out how to unlock it. I think that's where he's really happy with the Reds. I mean, just kind of their progressive. I mean, you look at them kind of like the Dodgers. Some of these other teams. I mean, were to say that about the red because traditionally they haven't been there pitching wise developing pictures, but you know recently. I mean, guys want to play here down to low three balls and a strike. A lot of guys will say. During the course of press conferences and speaking of the media, especially early on with a new team. I'm really glad to be here his when he says it it sounds a little difference. We're gonna foul tipped by Marie's Nick full count three and two. Comes across as very, very genuine, and he seems very excited to be a part of this organization. And he said one thing where he's like, Usually my positivity works to my disadvantage. Usually when I struggle, I'm just too positive and I don't kind of rip the band aid off. But he said Derek Johnson immediately kind of gave him an honest feedback. And maybe that place to what cowboys that was just You know their relationship from 15. I could be honest with you right away. Fly ball right field hit pretty well, and it's over the head of cost Janos and off the base of the wall. On his way to third. Duffy heading into second, Marie's Nick and the Cubs have runners at 2nd and 3rd with nobody out here in the second inning against Wade. Miley like a mistake's there from Miley. It was a change up, but it was up and out over the plate. And Marie is Nick is not always very good on hard fastballs in or the cutters in, but he can cover the ball that's up and out over. Riley's last time out, only allowed two runs across six innings. He ended up throwing a season high 96 pitches in that game, but he is in some early trouble here in the second. Give up a run of the first on the Brian Homer, but now 2nd and 3rd nobody out as he works in the second to David Brody. The Reds will bring the infield halfway in and body swings through first pitch strike on one body has had a major difficulty just making contact. He's got seven strikeouts over 12 in the Syriza in Atlanta, getting just 1 61 on the year There's been a little better with runners in scoring position, but See if Miley can figure out a way to get him here. Then you've got Nico Horner on deck, who's actually been a pretty hot hitter for the Cubs. Lately? The pitch down and end to voting account is even one ball one strike. So Bobby when you sing Nixon's L in the lineup, starting.

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"david brody" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"david brody" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Say hello on Twitter and jab at Richard Serra and thank you for your tweets earlier in the first half we were talking about Batman. The series with Arlen Schumer and one of the callers asked why John Aston took over four Frank portion is the Riddler in season two. And Julius Kelp. Has tweeted John Aston took over for the second season on Lee Second seasons on Lee Riddler appearance. The reason was due to Frank Wash in asking for a pay raise for the second season as he felt he deserved So after he was the star of the first season so again in the second season, there was only one appearance. Uh, by the Riddler, and that was played by John Aston, and that's because apparently Frank portion was asking for Too much money While he was terrific. He deserved it. Cathy Harris, This is great. She tweets Luol. I crashed my baby Sitters car into a fence playing Batman and Robin. Her son was Robin. We were five and I was driving the Batmobile. Well, of course you were they had they had left the car running hopes. My mom was less than impressed since she had to pay for all that damage and get a new baby sitter. All right. Thank you. For those Just a reminder. I'll be sitting in the coast to coast air chair again tonight. Saturday night into Sunday morning. My first guest is David Brody. Who is always so a wonderful his new novel. Talks about evidence for the ancient Romans settling in America that's right. Ancient Roman soldiers in the Ohio Valley And also Sloan Bella, the sexy psychic returns to the program. Her life has been touched by some tragedy last summer. I believe it was she lost her son in a mysterious motorcycle accident. She'll be here to tell us about that. And she'll also do some psychic readings for callers. That's David Brody, Ancient Romans in America and Sloan Bella coming up tonight. Saturday night into Sunday morning with yours truly on coast to coast. AM back to open lines when coast continues stay with us..

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"david brody" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"david brody" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's this Possibility that got me thinking this, along with the reality of there being a number of examples and incidents of Roman era coins washing ashore along the north shore of Massachusetts. After major storms. There's six or seven different locations on the North Shore, where Roman coins have have come ashore, and at some point you can sort of explain away one or two of them. Well, you see that many Roman coins sort of clustered in the 10 mile area. You started the fallback toe Occam's razor, which probably means the simplest explanation is Was a Roman ship or ships wrecked out there. And as the storms come through, the shipwrecks get disturbed, and whatever was sitting, you know, they're gets blown off, gets disturbed and washed ashore and Metal detectors now know enough to go out there, especially when the storm comes up from the south. And they go out there and they find these points. So the ship itself and then these Recurring. Finds of Roman era coins. Many them question around the second century is really what got me looking and going down this rabbit hole of is there something more about this? This Roman possibility is there enough evidence to build a book around and the fact that you are talking about tonight indicates the answer to that question in my mind was yes. I love some of the explanations, the more prosaic whether not even prosaic. I mean, they're ridiculous, but some of the explanations that I guess. More mainstream historians and archaeologists have tried to offer up as as to why these coins have been found, and you've talked to me about this before. But can you share some of these with the Coast audience Because they're actually quite hysterical. They really are really. What does basically is, is the mainstream academic types Quint contorting themselves into into some kind of Bodily position that will allow them to explain this away without admitting the possibility of there actually haven't been a Roman ship. So, for example, the Siegels picked up the coins. In the Mediterranean flew across the Atlantic and dumped them on our shores. I mean, this This is hysterical, especially when you when you're writing some of these finds are as many as two dozen coins. I'm about to say, just silliness. Ah, second example that I heard this was actually in them. In a Massachusetts hearing involving coins found on Plum Island in Newburyport, Massachusetts, and again the way the process works is once you find the coins. Technically, they belong to the state. And so if you want to keep them, you need to file a petition and in order for the state to release him to you. This underwater archaeology board has to make a determination that they are of no Historical significance and otherwise, In other words, they don't really matter. You can keep them, Richard, you get to keep your coins. We don't believe there anything important and the way they got to the decision in the case of new report was One of the members of the board said, Well, I used to know somebody down in New Jersey, and he had grandkids and used very pennies and nickels and dimes of the beach and let the grandkids dig them out. And someone else said Well, maybe that's what happened here and all of a sudden they all jump in, and that's the actual written decision was Because we find it is likely that these were buried by a grand parent looking to have fun with his grandkids. We therefore let you keep the coins and that's sort of that's the explanation They gave for how these coins got here. And then the other one I heard I've heard before is that these coins were were balanced on Colonial era ship. And I suppose you could find a couple of coins that maybe made their way into the into the balance debris or whatever, but the idea that colonial error ships would use coin Roman coins. As ballast, as opposed to just stones and rocks is up is equally silly. So these air just three examples of some of the really crazy explanations we get, and I got to go back to off Occam's razor. Maybe we should open our eyes to the possibility. That a Roman era ship either intentionally or accidentally blown off course found its way across the Atlantic was shipwrecked here and then maybe other ones either came to look for it or followed it over. And that's why we have Roman coins and other artifacts on our On our land. Maybe at some point they made their way over here and was at least open up our idea. I eyes to the possibility. Romerito Roman artifacts in America. David Brody, my guest here on coast to Coast am if even if there's a possibility that there is a sunken Roman ancient Roman vessel off the coast of Massachusetts I would think that would be Maybe not. Above the fold. Front page news may be below the fold, but still I mean, because that changes everything, doesn't it? Oh, to me, it's It's gotta be above the fold. I would hope it. And it look, I'm not 100% positive that the friend I have who claims he has has evidence of a Roman airship. I'm not sure he's right about that. Look, I don't know. You know, it's it's possible I would love him to figure out a way to investigate that. But I do know there is lots of evidence. Both in New England and in the Ohio River Valley off some kind of Roman Arab presence. Having been here now, I might not have all the details right? And you know, my book is fictional. So there's I take a little bit of poetic license, but There. There is a story to be told here. I mean, it's something we could figure it out. And I do think it should be above the fold. But this goes back to the whole idea. In your introduction you talked about Columbus. You know, we kick that door down, I think And so whether it was the Templars or the Celtics or the Phoenicians or the Romans or whoever it was that you want to say that was here before. The Minoan. Whoever you want to say was here before Columbus. I think we most people not recognize that Columbus was late to the party. And so once you open up your mind when you realize Definitions and the Romans. The ships that were talking about were three times as large is what Columbus has. And the Phoenicians who you know, we're the base of the Merchant Marine of the ancient world were amazing. Navigators could sail by night, and they basically taught the Romans had to do all this stuff anyway. The idea that Nobody crossed the Atlantic before Columbus. To me, that would be way more surprising than that people did. So let's talk about the sum of the coins on. Do you have photographs of some of these artifacts? Inr America, Uh, Wouldn't usually weaken weaken. Date them based on I guess the emperor of the Roman emperor that stamped on these coins. Well, so what's the date? What Which Emperor? Are we seeing on these coins? So most of the coins not on, but most of the coins that we're talking about both in New England and in the Ohio River Valley. Tend to be around the second century. Some are a little bit earlier some of that later, but basically what with there and you write every time there's a coin. It's very easy to date. It's It's really wonderful for historians because we know pretty much the exact date of the coin based on the face stamp on the front. We have other science. We'll get to that later. I'm sure other artifacts that we've we've been able T date using thermal luminescence and other kind of scientific methodology that again date back to the second century. But right these coins Um tend to tend to be clustered around the second century and and that's where I go with my story. I tie it back to incidents that were occurring in the Mediterranean region in the second century, and that's sort of how it's theorized. How this group came across and why.

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"david brody" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"david brody" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Brody is a Boston Globe best selling fiction writer and author of Over a dozen novels. He's a graduate of Tufts University and Georgetown Law School and a former director of the New England Antiquities Research Association. And is an avid researcher in the subject of pre Columbian exploration of America. He's frequently appeared as a guest expert on documentaries airing on History Channel Travel Channel, PBS and Discovery Channel. All 10 of the books in his Templars in America Serious have been Kindle Top 10 Best sellers. His latest historical thriller is Row America. Roman artifacts in America. David Brody, Welcome back to coast. How are you? I'm doing great. Thank you for having me, Richard. My pleasure. Are you okay with the comparison to Dan Brown? Or does that irk you? Are you are you? Are you cool with that? I I'm fine with it actually many, many years ago. For anybody ever heard of Dan Brown? Anybody ever heard of David Rohde? We had a mutual publicists, and she kept trying to have a meeting. For whatever reason we never did, And I always regretted that, but no, he said. He's in great work. I'm happy with that comparison. So it's the historical thriller genre is It's interesting because when you think of what you have been revealing in the Templars in America, Syriza and now in America, it's pretty thrilling. All on its own. The idea that the Templars came to America, obviously, centuries before Columbus. Perhaps they brought treasures from Solomon's Temple or the second Temple. Buried it somewhere or that the Romans Were up and down the Ohio River Valley. 1000 and more years before Columbus that's pretty thrilling all on its own. So why the need to fictionalize it? I think that stems from the way I first came at this subject. I was a fiction writer before I was a historian. And, um, you know, I had written three legal thrillers. I'm a lawyer by training. And so I was casting about looking for an idea for what I thought was gonna be my fourth legal thriller and I was living at the time in a town in north of Boston. Westford, Massachusetts. We have a local legend. My daughter was in fourth grade. At the time. She came off the school with the story about the legend of the Westford Knight. The legend being that in the late 1300 Scottish explorers. Following in the path of the North Island, hopped away across the North Atlantic and ended up in Nova Scotia and then came down the coast to New England and one of their nights. One of their members of the party died at night. And to memorialize his death. They carved an effigy of the fallen knight on the rock ledge, and that effigy is still visible today in western and it's called the Legend of the Westford Knight. My daughter came home with that story. I never heard it before. I was fascinated by it. So I went to the went to view the site and I went to the library to do some reading and some research and talk to some local historians and one thing led to another and soon became very apparent to me that my legal thriller It's not gonna be illegal. Throw that Instead, it was gonna be something along the lines. What Dan Brown had done a couple years earlier. The DaVinci code on then the deeper I dug into this legend, and I discovered that this this group that came over here Was connected to the outlawed Knight Templars and that the family that came over built Rosslyn Chapel made famous in the DaVinci Code, and so not only was this amazing history On our side of the Atlantic. But it also tied into a lot of the things that was being discussed and debated in the DaVinci Code s o the way I came at it was through. What of the fictional Gateway and and because I bumped into so much a damn brown stuff, and he had just done historical fiction historical thriller that seemed to be the natural way for me to do it. I was once told as a young writer that it's best to write about this right in the same genre that you like to read, and I love to read that kind of stuff. And so I did it that way it was well received. I think there are a lot of people who enjoy being on a roller coaster ride as they're learning about ancient history. And had some success. And so here we are. It's actually 11 books in the series later, and this is still a John Doe right right in. So as as the former director of New England Antiquities Research Association, where you on friendly turf when you were exploring the what we'll call the Secret History of America, Pre Columbian America, where they simpatico with this kind of stuff. Right, and I'm director again. I was I was a director than I was sort of about out for a while. But now I'm back on the board. This is a group of amateur historians and amateur archaeologists in New England. And our our goal are the group's goal is to figure out who was in America when who build all these mysterious stone structures and carvings and towers. That we find scattered around the landscape in the Northeast. You know what? The answers. So this group, This is what we do. I mean, we go out in the woods and we get down and dirty and then we get together and try to figure it out. So The group has been incredibly supportive of my research and other researchers. Essentially, it's you know, we're the ones who are skeptical of what we learned in our high school history classes and were skeptical of what the archaeologists tell us that we're skeptical of sort of the mainstream. That is kuo with explanations of history, and this is again. This is what we do, Mike, my kids. They call the Iraq nerd, because when I you know when they were young Grace has spent a lifetime going into the woods looking at rocks, and they just thought that was the funniest thing so that that nickname is sort of stuck, but they call me the rock dirt. You put that on a T shirt, Dave, that a guy like that the rock nerd rock so So you've left the Templars in America Serious aside for the time being, and now we're talking about ancient Romans in America and the book or America begins with The same protagonist, Cameron Thorne, hired hired by some millionaire to investigate the discovery of what appears to be an ancient Roman ship. Off the coast of Plum Island. Yeah. Have there been Such discoveries that maybe we haven't heard about in North America, South America. These ancient Roman ships is a matter of fact. That's what got me started. Actually, two things. Let me start on this. We'll get to the second one, probably later when we get out to talking about the Ohio River Valley and the lost Roman Legion that you've into that in your introduction That was one thing book written by Rick Lakshman. The second thing, though, was This is a reader who became a friend who contacted me 78 years ago because, um, he himself was involved in some Treasure hunting and had Discover what he believed to be in beliefs to be an ancient Roman shipwreck off the coast of the North Shore. Massachusetts and his problem is that the way things are set up legally, and this is one of the reasons why it came to me. He was interested in some legal advice. Eyes. The way things are set up. Is that for him? T gain jurisdiction over this fine. He first needs to file a petition with the Massachusetts state government. But part of that petition Includes specific information about where the find is and information that would allow other Treasure hunters to basically jump his fine while he's tied up in the procedural, uh, Labyrinth of trying to get permission Tol his big and so essentially, He can't really file the paperwork because he'll lose his dig and lose his Lose whatever's there, so we'll jump is fine. And so it basically sits there and he's he's not sure what to do. It is. It's a real shame if he had, you know, unlimited funds. He could pay to have a patrol out there, but he doesn't And so it's this..

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"david brody" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"david brody" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And tonight I'm coming to you live. My little studio beneath the stairs and old Thornhill just north of Toronto. We're all familiar with the old Columbus State home in 1492. Columbus sailed the ocean blue. He had three ships and left from Spain. He sailed through sunshine, Wind and rain. He sailed by night He sailed by day He used the stars to find his way. I bet you didn't know there were 14 stances. I'll spare you the rest. Coast audience. However, more than most I've come to appreciate that. Columbus certainly was the first to discover America. In fact, he may have been among the last Best selling author in the historical thriller genre. David S. Brody. Returns to coast in the first half, David writes tightly woven thrillers about the pre Columbia days of America and the exploration of the land from that time. He's expressed a strong interest in the secret history of North America, and also in the belief that America was explored and traveled through well before the days of Columbus. Think Dan Brown. But even more prolific, much of David's work has been highlighted in his Templars of America's serious which I believe now number 10 books. Tonight. David joins me to discuss his brand new book, another historical thriller called Rome, Erica Roman artifacts in America. Roman coins and other artifacts scattered around New England and the Ohio River Valley appear Confirm legends of early Romans crossing the Atlantic and yet This evidence remains largely ignored by mainstream historians and archaeologists. David will discuss the famous lost Ninth Legion of Rome about 5000 of Rome's finest soldiers who mysteriously disappeared. From the pages of history. Is it possible the Lost Ninth Legion ended up in the Ohio Valley by way of Jerusalem. And what may have they brought and what might they have brought with them? It's a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside in the enigma. Dipped in a chocolatey coding. David Brody joins me momentarily coming up in the second half. Another coast favorite Sloan Bella, Hollywood psychic medium is back. Since Slone was last with me on coast to coast, she and her family have suffered an unimaginable tragedy. Sloan son, Keith was killed in a mysterious hit and run accident last summer. Sloan will be here to discuss what might have happened to her son. And how his death didn't end the relationship. It's simply changed it. She'll also discuss her work as one of Hollywood's most sought after psychic mediums and will carve out some time in the last hour to take your calls for personal readings, or perhaps connect you with a loved one who has passed over. Tonight. On the eve of Valentine's Day, we celebrate love. The reverse side of love, unbearable loss. Welcome to the audio Imaginarium Come on, in weary traveler and your cloak and a pig. Grab a stool and come warm yourself by the fire. Our stories to be told. And you are among friends. I'm Richard Sarit. This is coast to coast Am Why don't you stay a while? February is recognized as American heart month. But talking about supporting the heart health isn't enough. Nearly half of all U. S adults have heart health concerns. Another thing I do is take my super beats Heart choose daily just to super beats heart chews per day gives you the cardiovascular support and promotes the healthy heart.

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"david brody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"david brody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"New home of the White Sox. Conner McKnight is with us. He filled in for water all week. Wanna will be back on Monday and Connor's as you just heard and what to watch for the host of White Sox weekly and your white sex pre and post game shows with Len KASPER on earlier. Talk. It's a baseball big picture and Jack Peterson Signed a deal with the Cubs. He's going to be there left fielder very similar to cow Schwarber at least offensively. And then there was a Sox note to Jack Peterson is well, but from what we understand it's one year $7 million deal. I think there's an option for For another year, at least a buyout and let's bring in Jesse Rogers on the Corona hotline to find out a cap is reporting to that the Cubs have found new money or that like jet, his Has talked Tom Ricketts into giving him some more money. So let's sort all this out. What's going on, Jesse? It's like, Ask your dad for a bigger allowance. Right? Good afternoon, guys. Yeah, I just did. A little assume had had a couple drinks, so hopefully this will go well. You know this Friday, five o'clock, right? You know, it's interesting. Couple of 20. Wait a minute. You're a couple of drinks in. Is that what you just said? We didn't If you're supposed to be a professional we did in the ESPN Chicago reunion soon. So you know the guys, um Roman was on it. Jon Greenberg from other people, So I had a couple of you to his doom with friends. You have to have a couple pops. Right? So I did so awesome. That's movement. Not too many did just To distort this report. Here's what I think is going on with the Cubs. If we take a step back, if you know there's that thread the needle thing, right re boot while trying to compete in the first portion of this offseason was sort of the reboot. We're gonna dump salary dump salary. Uh, let these free agents get a little antsy. And now comes the time with her start picking guys off. I do think Peterson somewhat came out of nowhere. From what I understand. Maybe he fit there. Their budget. In the moment, people ask about four reverses Peterson. Well, Peter said. They're very similar. Peterson makes a little bit more contact, and he's gonna make $3 million less. So maybe the Cubs made out a little bit. Remember when Schwarber was non tender guys that came before Darvish was traded. So all these things are happening at once. You don't know that You're going to get rid of that Darvish money. You have to get rid of shorebirds money. Perhaps. Then you get rid of Darvish. Now, maybe we can re spend a little bit. I do think there in that spending mode at least a little bit Takeoff, Peterson. Then you get a picture or two and we could talk about seven. Donate those days they're scouring the market. For by low pictures as well. So here's where again? This is real difficult. I want to start the conversation with you guys for Jed Hoyer. He made his team better today, right there back to having a nice left handed slugger in the middle of that lineup. They can compete in this division. We know that. But man, this feels like Jed Hoyer is on track for a 1997 White Sox red white flag straight, right? I mean, our how competitive are they going to be this season? We know it's not going to be world seriously competitive, but it probably is divisional competitive. This is one of the few times guys I'd say Look, getting in is all that matters. But maybe not so much. We've seen what's happening. 18, 19 and 22 of those three years they got it, and they weren't nearly good enough to get to the world. Syriza's so it feels like Jett's gonna be in a real pickle Come to lie unless they're really bad. Or shockingly, really good. And at that point, if there's somewhere in between, what does he do? Four games out of first place? He's got Bryant Rizzo Bias Kimbrel Peterson, Davies and a few others on the last year of their deals. I think that's an interesting dilemma for them. It absolutely is Jesse. I think asking the converse of that is unequal way to answer the question, because Jed Hoyer has a team that's on top of the division but needs some help toward the trade deadline. How does he acquire it? And if the answer's there are well, you can't give any up up any of the prospects that you've gotten from the Darvish trader. You can't give up any of the young line early kids there because they're contributing. Now, if the answer is they don't really have a way to add to the team at the deadline. Then you've kind of answered where they're planning on heading in the first place. That's what I'm saying is real interesting, and they talk about and feel it's talked about in check every season. This sacred if you're in first place you can't just give up on that season, right? They've shown in the past that they will go after it every single year, but Jet's been talking like You can't really do that. Every year. We get some point, you have to come back. So that's why it's just real interesting. I know he wants to give David Rossi competitive team and in that division basically right now they be competitive. I still think the Cardinals are gonna end up being the best team I was told early in the off season. That Wainwright Malina were given a wink and a nod. Just be patient. We'll have some money for you later. You kind of wish the Cubs have done that with Jon Lester. They didn't do that. Wainwright Molina Going back there. They're gonna be the favorite. What may be expanded playoffs happen, or just the fact that Cubs they're you know, are good enough to compete a little bit. I don't know what happens in July with all those guys that are on the expiring contracts. You know, I talked to someone associate with the team, and obviously they were trying to spin it in a positive way. They said Look, he could still do the retool and compete. They could still trade Chris Brian July 31st step. David Brody start the last two months. And maybe still compete, So I don't know about you guys. I think he's Maurin still mode and yes, April 1st. It's going a little look more competitive than it did a few days ago. But come July. I think he's selling unless they shocked. Everyone just have like a 91 team. You know, sort of in the making. Jesse was going to say is this one step forward and then there's going to be the two steps back because There's still the Contreras rumors, so they I mean, are they and if they were to sell, I asked this to counter earlier about what the Cubs plan is, is if they were to sell Contreras, are they selling controls because it's smart baseball or because they want to get rid of the salary and replenish the system. I think for planets the system now the salary. Getting with salary doesn't hurt either. I will say that back to promise about trading. I do think there's a possibility between now and spring training that one of those bigger names could still be dealt. I think everything is still on the table..

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"david brody" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"david brody" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Right now, if you turn on the TV, that's not a vote you're seeing on peach mint. That is a vote to begin the debate on impeachment, and so far, there's not a single Republican vote. Open that I think there will be a few. There's only a few not voting. There's eight not voting Republicans so far, so we'll see how many even vote to open up the debate right now we know it's going to be under 10. So I mean, there's even less than 10 to have a debate on this. So Nancy Pelosi effectively did her job of making sure that you did not get to even probably double digits. When it comes to Republicans support this, A piece of that is a big change. From where we were just two days ago, even yesterday and yesterday yesterday, Dad on the board money. I was always David Brody in the afternoon after our broadcast and said you were working with our governor affairs team worked with these officers. They said, like they expected there could be 20 to 25. But but That all depend on kind of language and what would happen and so there's your who got appointed to be on the team, which again? I think right there. The impeachment managers putting on Ted Lieu and especially Eric Swalwell, who's under investigation right now, because his relationship with the Chinese spy in his office even Jamie Raskin, who, as you pointed out earlier took the position in the trump election that votes cast were not valid and objected. Yes, he was one of the objectors who put it stays with the house. Objections and and again his theory of the under the way they drafted those articles of impeachment. Under his theory, his own objection could constitute an interference. I mean, like insurrection, or some kind of let me ask a question, though. As it goes to the Let's assume it passes because it's gonna pass. It will be an article of impeachment. So then it goes to the Senate, Others there. They get unanimous consent, they could come back. That's not likely. But there's a lot of talking. That certainly was last night about this 2004 statute. Let's explain that and what's the likelihood? Yeah, and the 2004 resolution J. That really would apply, regardless of whether it's leader, McConnell or leader Schumer in control of the chamber. Right now, the Senate's in a posture where they can receive notification of the impeachment, but J. They cannot actually receive the managers in order to present the articles. The Senate actually has to notify the house that they're ready to receive those managers before they can do it as the Senate sits right now, J. They're not going to be in that posture again until January, 19th and, according to leader McConnell, he doesn't plan to change that posture. Now, according to the resolution that you're talking about both the majority leader and the minority leader, So that would be Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell again, regardless of who's actually in the majority would be those two individuals. They could agree to come back on an emergency basis without unanimous consent. So that's what's being discussed. Now. That would be the on Lee way outside of unanimous consent that they could get in a posh Your toe actually receive the articles before January 19th and the only thing I would add to that Jay is what Let's say they invoke that. Let's say they do that, and they come back a few days early. This goes to Jordan's point that he opened the broadcast with there's still no way they're going to get through a full and fair trial before Joe Biden's inaugurated. Yeah, what I what I want everyone to kind of focusing on is this which I think Is important. Take a listen. Take a listen to the speeches being made by Democrats. This is Congressman govern. Uh, this is this is what they're saying. While they're trying supposedly the bipartisan support Now take a listen by 24 37. Some of my Republican friends have been trying to lecture us about unity here today. Unity or after they voted to overturn a free and fair election in the United States of America, but also preaching unity. And not acknowledging that for four years, many of them gave oxygen that Donald Trump's conspiracy theories to the big lies. What were those big lies that he was being spied on by the FBI. He was that he had that he had. I mean, what are CC? But by doing that You are casting blame on all Republicans and then you are dividing the country and by the way you don't get to those 17 Republican senators. You might be, you won't actually impede. Even if you can do this, You won't be able to disqualify him from running again. And you might so divide the country again. They say you know what? Trump 2024 just because of this They're risking that I think the Democrats yeah, now because they're casting blame on all Republicans. Thus all Republican voters since anyone who supported President Trump were there like impeaching you, too. No, It's interesting when you do a jury trial than India and you look at your jury pool. And you try to focus on what is the compelling story that's going to reach the jury that you have to get. And here and it seems like they look at the jury pool. Which is the United States Congress on they say. How can we run off half the half the jury pool? Yeah, that's exactly right. What? Eric Swalwell. And Jamie Raskin, who objected and 10 Lou, who files Markham plays against every lawyer. He doesn't like. That's right. Yeah, including us. Well, let me just say this when I saw the list of the managers when I saw the list of the managers and I saw the name of Ted Lieu and Eric Swalwell on that list, I almost retched. I mean, too. When you see you talk about a political Ah process. Yes, I understand. It's a political process. I understand that, but I mean, here's a person who had a Chinese five, picking the interns for his office and raising money for him. And and Nancy Pelosi, you know, just puts this off to the side like it never happened and she puts him on. It's one of the managers. I mean, terrible, but it also West tells me That They go. They know. You know, they make this serious accusation that the president incited insurrection. That's a serious statement. And then to handle the serious statement. They put on Ted Lieu and Eric Swalwell. Yeah, it's obvious that they may be dividing the jury pool in Congress but with the American people It shows a great amount of arrogance and tone deafness, But I think most Americans are with Mike Pence. They want unity and healing. And it's obvious from their decision. Who are who? The impeachment managers. RJ..

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