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A highlight from SEC DROPS CASE AGAINST RIPPLE BRAD GARLINGHOUSE & CHRIS LARSEN OVER XRP & GARY GENSLER IS DONE!
"Welcome back to the thinking crypto podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as a thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify, Apple or Google, please leave a five star rating and review. It supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. Well, folks, I'm sure many of you have heard about the breaking news and that the SEC has dismissed the lawsuit against Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Ripple co -founder Chris Larson. Folks, this is huge news. It's another big fat L for scumbag regulator Gary Gensler. As I've been saying, we've got to keep the fight up. We've got to continue to use social media and spread the facts because the SEC is not on lawful grounds here. They continue to take L's. Their lies are getting exposed. Their hypocrisy is getting exposed and their lack of allegiance to the law is being exposed. So, folks, the SEC is in trouble. Gary Gensler is in trouble. Let me highlight something here that attorney James K. Filan tweeted of the dismissal. It says stipulation of voluntary dismissal. It is hereby stipulated and agreed to by and between the parties and or their respective counsels that the above caption action is voluntarily dismissed with prejudice against the defendants. Bradley Garlinghouse and Christian A. Larson and without cost pursuant to Rule 41 and all the jargon that follows that of the federal courts or the federal rules of civil procedure document filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Folks, we are on the winning side of history. The SEC is on the losing side. We know the game and that was weaponizing the SEC started with Jay Clayton. It continued and expanded under Gary Gensler, Wall Street and the TradFi folks weaponizing the SEC, which is supposed to be a neutral party, which is supposed to protect investors. They've been weaponized to go after and kill the crypto startups so that these TradFi incumbents can come in and take over. But the cards are on the table. Everything is getting exposed. And I'm wondering what Jay Clayton is thinking right now, because he filed this lawsuit and ran out the door the next day. And Bill Hinman, we know his connection with Ethereum. So the SEC, as I've stated many times, has fallen far from its core mission of protecting investors. It has been involved in a lot of corruption, lies and politics. It's a shame what has happened. And remember, just earlier this month, folks, Judge Torres, and this was on October 4th, she said that the SEC cannot appeal the ruling. So their attempt to appeal was denied. Loss after loss. Not to mention the SEC took a loss with Grayscale and those three judges destroyed Gary Gensler in the SEC, saying they were arbitrary and capricious in denying the Bitcoin spot ETF for Grayscale. Coinbase and Binance and other big players are fighting back. And I think Coinbase has a strong chance of winning as well. And we see the language coming out from these judges against the SEC is pretty strong. They're not standing up for lies and hypocrisy, right? And what other else corruption the SEC has been up to. So Judge Sarah Knepper in the Ripple lawsuit said the SEC lacked allegiance to the law. Folks, this is huge news. Here's what Ripple's chief legal officer, Stuart Alder Roddy, had to say. The SEC made a serious mistake going after Brad and Chris personally. And now they've capitulated, dismissing all charges against our executives. This is not a settlement. This is a surrender by the SEC. That's three consecutive wins for Ripple, including the July 13th decision ruling that as a matter of law, XRP is not a security. The October 3rd decision denying the SEC's bid for an interlocutory appeal. And now this. So Stuart is absolutely right. Here's what Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse had to say. Today was an even better day. Ripple 3 SEC 0. In all seriousness, Chris and I in a case involving no claims of fraud or misrepresentations were targeted by the SEC in a ruthless attempt to personally ruin us and the company. So many have worked hard to build for over a decade. The SEC repeatedly kept its eye off the ball while secretly meeting with the likes of SBF failing again and again to protect U .S. consumers and businesses. How many millions of taxpayer dollars were wasted? Feels good to finally be vindicated. I like what Brad just did here, folks. What have we been talking about? Gary Gensler met with Sam Beckman Fried and the SEC staff met with Sam Beckman Fried and FTX officials multiple times. Yet they did no investigation into the massive fraud this guy was doing. Yet they're trying to go shakedown NFT companies. Right. And stop NFTs. Oh, no. Pokemon NFTs. Oh, no. We got to protect you from that while Sam Beckman Fried is committing the biggest heist in the history of the world. Right. It's what incredible is happening when you look at these things holistically. It's pathetic. Gary Gensler is a clown. So Brad says it goes without saying, but I truly work with the best lawyers in the business, including but not limited to Stuart Aldarati, Deborah McCrimmon from Ripple, and clearly Gottlieb's Matt Solomon, a heartfelt thank you for your leadership, wisdom and friendship.
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A highlight from Sydney Sundance Smith's - God Story
"Welcome to Evangelism on Fire podcast. My name is Mark Thomas, an ordained pastor, a teacher of the best selling book of all time, your host, and most importantly, your evangelism coach. Every episode, I bring you an inspiring message to help you live the most exciting life God has created you to live by actively sharing your faith in Jesus with others. I believe in the power of the gospel and the potential of all Christians to live out the mission of the great commission. I believe the best way for Christians to grow is to go. It's time for a revolution in every Christian's life around the world so that every person everywhere around the world can hear the gospel of Jesus Christ from a friend or a family member through one -on -one evangelism. I'm so thankful for our time together today. I absolutely love spending time with you, evangelism on fire nation. I believe this podcast will truly inspire you and I believe it will inspire so many people that you know. 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The message that we wanna share is that God wants to give hope to the young generation and all generations, that there is hope for them through a relationship with God, through Jesus Christ. And we wanna offer this hope to as many people as possible in 2023 through our outreach ministries, which of course includes our EOF podcast ministry. I'm asking you to join us at EOF ministry and become a partner. A partner is just a friend that makes a regular commitment to us each and every month. They stand by us. That enables us to respond to the opportunities that are coming our way. In many ways, we live in a hopeless world, but through Christ, we have hope. Life without God is a hopeless end. Life with Him is an endless hope. Join us right now and become a part of our team and let's reach the world with the most important message that exists, the gospel message. Join us for the plans we have for ministry in 2023 by becoming an Evangelism on Fire ministry partner. Are you ready? Well, this is your next step. Go to today's show notes and click on the giving link to become a monthly partner by setting up a monthly donation or go to our website evangelismonfire .com. Click on the donate button to give a monthly reoccurring donation or a one -time gift. Thank you for joining us to give hope to the world. All right, welcome Evangelism on Fire nation to today's podcast episode. Man, I've got a big time treat for you guys today. We have on our podcast episode today, Sydney Sundance Smith. She's 31 years old. And let me tell you what, she's on a mission to be one of the world's top female bare knuckle fighters. And listen, she has her eye on the title. And you know what? Something that I love about Sydney is that she is a true spiritual warrior and she carries her faith and her father's memory with her everywhere she goes and into the ring. Sydney Sundance Smith, welcome to Evangelism on Fire podcast. How are you doing? I'm blessed and highly favored. Yeah, I'm doing well. I feel really good. You know, I'm in a really good place in my life, so. That's awesome. I'm so happy for you. So you know what? So my audience, Evangelism on Fire Nation, so they know more about you. I gave you a little introduction, but tell us more about who you are. Oh, wow. I feel like that's such a big question, right? Like the, what does Shrek say? Like an ogre, I have like an onion, I have ears. Yeah, I don't know, man. I'm just like a kid from the middle of nowhere. I grew up on a horse farm. All three of us, my brother and my sister and myself, we were all born at home. We were not born in a hospital. Oh, you were born at home? Not a hospital, at home. Oh, wow. And so for my sister's birth, my dad actually had to deliver her because the midwife was somewhere else. And so she didn't get there. Oh, wow. So my dad had to deliver my sister. That is wild. What was going on with the midwife? It starts wild. She was delivering another baby like across the county. Right. Wow, that's such a cool story to start this podcast off. Hey, it's interesting from starting to talking with that. You know what I'm saying? But yeah, I mean, I don't know. I just grew up out like in the middle of nowhere in a place called Middlebrook. Doesn't even have enough people to be considered a town and still considered a village to this day. When I first heard about you, I was when I was training at Mixed Martial Arts Institute here in Richmond, Virginia. And I would hear your name mentioned, you know, in my training sessions. Then I got to be good friends with Gigi, who she owned MMA Institute around the area that she lived. In Charlottesville, yeah. Yeah, for a little bit. And through Rick McCoy and Tyus Thomas and David Gladfelter, I got to know more about you because I would just hear your name around, you know, the Institute. So let's get right into it. How did you come to faith in Jesus Christ? So I actually, I grew up in it. I just kind of always believed he was there, that he was and that his son existed. And I didn't really know too much about the Holy Spirit growing up. That wasn't really something, it's not really something that Presbyterians talk about a lot, you know. And so, yeah, I mean, I had a relationship with him for, you know, most of my life, but it really didn't, it was like, you know, like the shockwave kind of hit more when I was like 16, 17. And I was really starting to go through like some really serious suicide and depression. And I got really, you know, just really into the word. And, you know, my mom bought me a study Bible on Easter, the year I turned 17. And I still have it, I still use it every day. And so that really just kind of, cause I just have this insatiable appetite just like to know things. I don't know why I just do. And so, yeah, so giving me a study Bible was a great way. And I just never looked back, you know. And that's, I mean, I've had my ups and downs, right? You know what I mean? I'm not saying, I've walked a perfect path since I was a teenager that is far from true. But, you know, it doesn't mean that I've ever stopped believing in God or loving God or talking to God. You know, I think that I just kind of have this different understanding of who he is and like what he wants to do. Like he's never gonna give up on you, you know? And I think that's something that's really important and not something that I really want to get out there is that I'm not saying go out there and do all these bad things. We shouldn't sin much so that grace can abound much. But what I'm saying is that like, grace covers a multitude of sins. That's what I'm saying. And there's no shame, no condemnation for those that are made new in Christ. And that's what I'm trying to come and talk about is there's a way, we've kind of gotten to this point as a society where if anybody starts saying like, thus sayeth the Lord, or you quote the word in a way that people know that you're quoting the word to them, they just shut down, right? And so I don't know, I just feel like God has written it on my heart in a way that, you know, I just talk about it. I'm not trying to shove it down your throat. I'm not trying to like preach at you, but I just, I feel like God is so enmeshed in everything and every single moment of every single day that I mean, his word is just one more example of that. And speaking it is very powerful and that's something I learned along the way. And so to speak it, you have to know the word. Say that again, Sydney, maybe that one more time. To speak the word, you have to know the word. So yeah, you know, write it on your heart. Yeah, to speak the word, you have to know the word, you know, and I've read some articles about you that you are in the word daily. Yeah, I love that. I love that. Every day. In my study Bible, Josephus, you know, I've got like the concordance, the Hebrew and the Greeks dictionaries. Like I really do, like, I truly go through it all, all the time. I just love it, you know. I think it's really interesting. And I think that when you study the different translations, not that anyone is better or worse than any of the others, but I think that, you know, they all have something to offer. And, you know, that goes for like the Hebrew and the Greek too, because their vocab, like, I don't know how to explain it, but their vocabulary was richer. It was like more dense than ours is. I feel like the words that they chose to communicate what was going on or how they were feeling or what God was saying were chosen for specific reasons. They did a lot of like play on words with, you know, like was it Adam and I can't remember the other one, like that that's similar to his name, but it's like Adan or whatever, you know. And like, so one means Adam and one means something that's like completely opposite and bad that he did or whatever, you know. Hey, you know what, if someone's listening right now, right, so this is mostly a Christian podcast, but a lot of those listeners out there right now, they're not reading the word daily, say like you are or I am. What encouragement would you give to them to pick up the best -selling book of all time, the Bible, right, and get in the word and, you know, taste that a little bit every day. What would you, what encouragement would you give to them? I mean, what do you have to lose, right? Like there's so many places in the Bible where it talks about how we should meditate on God's word. And that's not just sitting there and being like, oh, you know, I'm thinking about your word. But the Hebrew and the Greek actually means to like speak on the utterance, to talk to yourself about it. And honestly, you know, you shouldn't look at it as a chore. I know for a long time, you know, it's not like I've read my Bible every single day for my entire life, right? Like we all go through stages and phases and seasons, but, you know, habits are what you consistently do. So, you know, it's gonna take time to get to that point where, you know, you make it, it's just part of what you do every day. You have your coffee and you sit down and you spend time with God first thing, you know, that's kind of like what I like to do. Just pick a time that works for you. It doesn't have to be like, oh, I'm spending 45 minutes, you know, just literally anything is better than nothing, right? Like God just wants you to say, hey, you're important to me and I'm taking this time out of my day to just spend this time with you. Set yourself up to like read five verses or read a chapter a day or, you know, start with small bits. But I mean, honestly, try not to look at it as a chore. I mean, you're meeting with the creator of the universe and magnificent things happen. Ah, come on. I mean, you know, Jesus is the word, right? Yeah. So, I mean, if you shun the word, you're kind of like shunning Jesus in a way. And he came to give us life more abundantly. So how can you have abundant life if you kind of like refuse the one who's trying to give it to you? Wow, that is, that's deep. That's profound. That is so good. That's the Holy Spirit now. That's the Holy Spirit. Speaking in and through you. Just do the talking. Cause I ramble. People know that. I'll talk forever, especially when it's about God. So I was like, God, please just let the Holy Spirit. Isn't it cool when the Holy Spirit speaks in you and through you and you hear what you just say and you're like, wow, thank you, Holy Spirit. That was totally you. Yeah, that was not me. You're like, whoa, that was good. Yeah, that was fire. That was fire, straight fire. Yeah, I was praying for like tongues of fire to be dropping on people in Albuquerque and stuff. Like it would be so heavy in the arena. Like I pray for that kind of stuff. Like to me, when I walked into church on Sunday, cause I've been doing like a really in -depth study on Joshua. I actually did a pretty in -depth study on judges. And then I went back and did Joshua cause God was like, go read Joshua. And I was like, all right, cool. So that's what I did. And you know, so I walked into church on Sunday and I just, I felt God say, take your shoes off. This is Holy ground, you know? And that was what I prayed over the ring the last time I fought in May, cause they let you go out and check the ring out. And so like, I prayed in the spirit and, you know, people call that speaking in tongues. To me, I call it praying in the spirit. It's personal between me and God. But you know, and I just remember saying like, this is Holy ground. Do you know what I mean? And I like closed the whole circle of it and like, you know, I just, and I pray about it before I go, pray about like his spirit being there, you know, and the Bible says that, that God himself is enthroned on the praises of Israel. And then people want to ask me, like, why do you walk out to Christian rapper, Christian praise music? And I'm like, why wouldn't I, you know, I'm inviting, I'm inviting God to come in and like come into my situation. You know what I mean? And just, and yeah. So to me, it's, it's a lot different, you know? So much of it is spiritually based for me. I mean, even like the hashtag, watch me rise that I use, right? That actually comes from one of my favorite verses in Judges. And it's because it was a woman judge who spoke at Deborah. And you know, I'm always about like the women warriors, like the outcasts that, you know, in society it's like says to be ladylike and they're like, no, I'm going to go fight with the dudes. Like that's who I've always identified with, you know, like Mulan was my favorite Disney movie. Like, yeah. So yeah, I mean, I don't know. I lost her. So, you know what you, you mentioned a moment ago, August. So you have an upcoming fight Albuquerque, right? Just trying to trace that one back, but yeah. But you also mentioned that how you went into the ring and prayed at your last fight. Now your last fight, you beat your opponent. You landed 98 punches to her 26. And you know what I'm like that. Yeah. And you only suffered a few bruises. Tell us about that fight. You know, there was a lot of craziness going into that fight that, you know, I just kind of briefly spoke on and that's pretty much, you know, most of like that's like the gist of what I'll say about it just to like, you know, maintain a modicum of respectability, but basically my corners last minute abandoned me for no good reason. And like one of them wasted a promotion flight and all this stuff, like it was insane. And I'm like at the airport, you know, trying to figure this stuff out. My friend drove down from South Carolina with her mom and her four year old son and like to corner me. And man, it was just wild. Like so many God moments happened. You know what I mean? It was like for every curse, there are two blessings. Like that was, that came true. You know what I mean? Like that was just so evident. And it wasn't just for me. It was for so many other people around me too. Like my friend who came down, she had been, you know, kind of like, you know, a rough state, a stagnant place in her faith with God. And, you know, I guess was feeling some type of way. And when she saw like everything that had happened and how God just like made everything just boom, boom, boom, boom, she was like, look, I told my whole family, there's no way I'll ever question again, if that is real, you know? So literally it was just nothing but God. I was just having a blast. Like I had to put all that stuff out of my mind. I didn't feel any emotion. Like, you know what I mean? I felt some, but I just prayed for protection and peace and to stay on point for what we came there to do. You know, like I had, like I have people who like, I have prayer warriors who literally like that is what we do is we pray over these events. It's not just we're praying over my fight. We're praying over the event as a whole, you know, we're praying over all of the millions of live viewers, you know, that's what we're doing. And it, I mean, hey, I couldn't have, I mean, it was other than, you know, just wanting to push the pace a little bit more. I feel like, you know, it wasn't, it wasn't a bad start to be KFC, you know what I'm saying? And you know what? BKFC, now, one thing I love about you, okay? You're a different breed, okay? You have martial artists, you have your MMA fighters, but tell my audience, maybe some of them don't, they do not know what BKFC is. You're a whole different beast, okay? All right, you're a whole different human beings. So evangelism on fire nation. If you don't know what BKFC is, listen to this. Tell my audience what type of fighter you are, Sydney Sundance Smith. So I started off in MMA, but I was waiting very patiently for them to open my weight class. And when they did, we fight with no gloves, just a little bit of wrap support around your wrist. And you know, I take down some of that. You're talking bare knuckle. Bare knuckles, yeah. Bare knuckles. 100%. She said 100%. Facts, yes. I'm so like, okay, so they're coming up with this new card. It's one in Thailand. It's like the super fight or whatever. And they're letting them do, it's a special rules, bare knuckle Muay Thai. Ooh. I have been bugging the crap out of them. Like, hey, can we get a bare knuckle Muay Thai? And they're like crickets. And then this happens and I'm like, I see y 'all. I see what's happening. Y 'all keep me in mind at 1 .15, I told them, I told all of them, I've told my manager, I've told Dave Felt, I mean, you know, I've told them all. I said, if you start a bare knuckle Muay Thai, don't even ask me any questions, you just sign me up. Sign you up. Every single time you have a fight for me, don't even ask me, don't ask me no questions, just sign me up. Don't do that until the day I cannot fight for. That appeals to me. So how do you go from MMA to bare knuckle fighting? How does that transition happen? Very carefully, I guess. It's hard not to kick people and knee people. I mean, honestly, I was just waiting for them, like I said, to open my weight class. It's been around for five years now. So you're a straw weight, correct? Yeah, yes. All right. They had 1 .25 for a while and I, you know, I've been offered a couple of different, different promotional bare knuckle, you know, fights at 1 .25. But I just, you know, I had a lot of medical issues and stuff and, you know, even now healthy, I have to, I have to work to be at like 1 .32 walking around, you know, like a healthy 1 .32. So there's no way I could fight at 1 .25. Those girls cut from like an insane amount and yeah, no. I'm good at 1 .15, you know, like I can make the weight. It doesn't bother me. I make 1 .15, like my body just automatically knows like, oh, it's time to cut weight. And it just does it. Like I really, you know, I just have this really good system and as long as I stick to it, then I really don't have any problems. I cut weight and I feel so strong. It's so weird, but it's just, I've gotten it down to that, down to that point, you know. You know, one thing that I've heard about you, tell me if this is true, but I've heard that you're a fighter who likes to get hit. Oh yeah, oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, so like, you know, Donald Cerrone, you know, he kind of like a little bit of a slow starter sometimes. He's got to get hit a few times to like kind of wake him up. And then he's just like, you know, like back in the day, that's, that's kind of like me. You know what I mean? It's like, if you don't, if you're not going to exchange with me, it's kind of hard. Like, yeah, I mean, I still fight you, right? But it's not going to be the same level of fight. You know, if you're, if you want to bang with me, you're going to, like, I know people think like, maybe I'm just, you know, exaggerating or whatever, but like, you're going to get a different, a different side of me. Like you're going to bring out something in me that is like, oh, okay, you think that was hard, like my turn. You know what I mean? Like I get to hit you now, right? So I don't know. I just, I love it. I've always loved it. I fought Chelsea McCoy for my first fight, right? Like Rick McCoy's daughter, first ever MMA fight. She hit me so hard, I fought double. I'm not even kidding, right? I didn't know what to do. I had never, like, I was training out of a basement with some, you know, with a guy who had a few amateur fights under his belt. Like, it wasn't like I was Rick McCoy's daughter trained at the MMA Institute, right? I apparently even knew what the MMA Institute was. And I was just like, yeah, I'll fight her. Everybody was like, you're really going to fight her? And I was like, yeah. And then like, I didn't get knocked out or submitted or anything, right? Like we had a good fight, but yeah, she made me see double and I was just kind of like, you know, it was in that moment where it was, it was kind of like, you're either going to do this and you're going to love it. Like, that's going to, that's going to do it for you. You know what I mean? Yeah. Or you're done. You know what I mean? This is not for you. Yeah. And I was just like, I shook my head and I was like, well, then I was like, just pick one, you know? So it kind of solidified that. And you know, so it's not the last time I've seen double in a fight.
Fresh update on "deborah" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Christmas Day. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London. Inflation and higher prices are pushing up the cost of the 12 days of Christmas. On the first day of Christmas, my true love said to me, PNC's Christmas price index shows that Partridge in a Pear Tree will set you back more than $319 this season. That's a jump of almost 14%. The price of two turtle doves up 25 % to $750. The four calling birds, five gold rings, seven swans a swimming eight and maids a milking are all about the same as last year. Overall, your true love would have to spend .86 $36 ,729 to show you they care. That's an increase of 2 .7 % from 2023. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. It's and 11 thirty five. Here's your Jill on Money question of the day. Katie from Arizona asks, in terms of retirement milestones, I was wondering how pensions might fit into the calculation. I know milestones aren't foolproof, but I have both a
A highlight from Guest Host Carl Jackson Asks Whether Trump Should Participate In The GOP Debates
"The Mike Gallagher Show. The claims made in the document are consistent with what we found and disclosed to you all in Romania. It suggests a pattern of bribery where payments would be made through shell accounts and multiple banks. There's a term for that, it's called money laundering. In the ReliefFactor .com studios, here's Mike. Welcome back to the Mike Gallagher Show, I'm your guest host Carl Jackson sitting in for Mike Gallagher. You can find me online on my podcast, The Carl Jackson Show. Please subscribe, rate and review. If you go to YouTube and Rumble, give us a five, I would certainly appreciate that. But you can subscribe wherever you go to get your podcasts. Find me on social media, all things social media at The Carl Jackson Show. Hat tip Breitbart, Comer Biden business received over 20 million from Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, while Joe Biden was VP. The Biden family business received over 20 million bucks from Russia, Ukraine. I wonder if he's confused as to who he wants to really win the war. And Kazakhstan, while Joe Biden was VP in the Obama administration, the House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer has revealed the committee previously unveiled two tranches of Biden business bank records. Those showed the Biden business received at least 10 million from business schemes in Romania and China. In total, nine Biden family members received payments from the family foreign business ventures, including two of Joe Biden's grandchildren. Comer predicted in June that the committee's work would ultimately show the Biden family accepted up to 30 million from its foreign business dealings. I think it is going to go beyond 30 million dollars. So remember what the left is doing. The last time I was on here was drip, drip, drip against the Trump campaign. All right, we're going to do drip, drip, drip against Biden. However, I will say this and looking through the rules for radicals, I do believe that we have to make sure that we are talking about other things rather than just Biden and even on our side, rather than just Trump. You have to talk about issues as well. You should talk about Trump and the persecution from the deep state, including the Biden administration or the third term of Barack Obama's administration. As we learned from the tablet piece over the weekend or over last weekend, listen, we all knew what was happening. We all knew the deal. Biden is allowed to get his payoffs right. He can be this corrupt, I believe, president as well. He can get paid off. His family can live lavishly. Just let Barack Obama finish the transition or the fundamental transmission of America and Biden will be your useful idiot to do so. We have one caller drop off. Al, if you will call back in, I'll get right to you. I wanted to go to you, actually. All right. I do want to play a video clip for you. This is video clip number one. If you will cue that up for me, Adam Trump represented the represents the regular citizen, Laura Ingram says, who can't get a break from the government. So let's play that. Let's roll that video number one. Well, I think it kind of represents to people at this point, after all these years of their coming after him, he kind of represents this the regular citizen who seems like they can't get a break from the federal government. The government's always on your back. It's always taking your money. It's always regulating you. It's always hassling you. And that's kind of what they're doing to Trump, obviously, in a much worse way. All right. So this is this is why I told you, you have to understand it's citizen versus the state. It is citizen versus the state. This is why I get so frustrated with some conservatives. Well, it's not that big deal. Oh, oh, my God. We need to back away from that. No, we need to back away from you because obviously you don't know what time it is. I've literally read some conservatives writing. They don't. Someone doesn't know what time it is when I read their article. I'm like, oh, maybe you don't know what time it is. It's insane. It's insane because what's happening is the left is using Saul Alinsky tactics against us and we're reciprocating, but not against the left. We're reciprocating against each other. One of the dumbest things I've ever seen in my life. But that's the way we Republicans roll, unfortunately. But after this show, Lord willing, we're going to roll a little differently, I hope, if you want to win, because we've got to use those tactics against the left. All right. We got to use them against the left. But Laura Ingraham is absolutely right. I think Trump represents the forgotten man. I think DeSantis has done the same thing. Whether or not you want DeSantis to be president, listen, that's a whole other issue. But I can tell you, as a governor, he's been phenomenal. He's been the every man's governor. So the debate between Trump and obviously Trump is way out ahead right now. He is going to be the light or he is, at least at this point, the likely nominee for the Republican Party. But you see DeSantis trying to do some things, making some changes within his camp, getting a new manager. We'll have to see we'll have to see how all of that stuff plays out. I'll let you know right off the bat. There's people that I love in the race. I love Trump. I love DeSantis. I love Larry Elder. I wish Larry Elder would get on the stage if for no other reason to address some of the systemic racism issues that are not to prove that America isn't systemically racist. I think he would do a much better job of doing that than Tim Scott personally. That is just my personal view of things. But we are dealing with a corrupt administration. All right, let me let me let me get to this before I end up forgetting and I just talk my way, talk my way out of it. Actually, let me do this. Let me take a call first. John has been waiting patiently in Orlando and then I want to get to this issue. I want to get to this issue of making sure that the next pandemic does not ever, ever, ever happen again. Everyone, even on the Republican side, and I include Trump with this, I think Trump needs to come out and say, I had Fauci, I had Deborah Birx in my ear. They straight up lied to me. I think that's important. I think that's important. I think that humility would actually gain more independence and so on moderate, so to speak. I think that needs to happen because what happened with Covid was an absolute damn shame. And we have to make sure that the left never gets that opportunity again. We've got to empower the citizen, never, ever, ever, ever empower the state. If you're in a political position and you're looking at some form of legislation and you look at that legislation and it says and you think through it, OK, will power go to the people or will power go to government? Always choose the people, always choose the people in the United States of America. All right, John in Orlando. John, welcome to the Mike Gallagher Show. We're live from the ReliefFactor .com studio and you've got the mic.
Fresh update on "deborah" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The feeling is that there may be one more day left to add to the ceasefire which under the formula of 10 hostages in exchange prisoners but Hamas seems to be running low on women and children which are the parameters of the current deal so there is a concern that the war may start up again in a few days outside Israel says two gunmen shot and killed three people at a bus stop today before they themselves were killed Hamas claims them as members CBS News special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez it's 1032 now in a controversial Nobel Peace Prize winner in diplomatic powerhouse who served under two Henry Kissinger first arrived on US shores as a refugee fleeing Nazi following a brief US Army stint he became a prominent Harvard professor which paved his to way the highest echelons of American power in 1958 Kissinger appeared on face the nation to discuss the issue that would dominate his career the Cold War over the long term that Russia is much more likely to be a threat to its security than than we are he caught the eye of President Richard Nixon who appointed him national security adviser in 1969 a partnership that would his shape legacy that CBS is Margaret Brennan Henry Kissinger was 100 years old Politico senior editor David Cohen joined WTLP to explain Kissinger's significant but complicated impact on global affairs especially under President Richard Nixon Nixon and Kissinger regarded the world as a big passport to be played I mean I know that's an oversimplification but they saw superpower politics they tried to as Kissinger said get rid of all sentimentality from international relations and if you think about it that's just a world where say suffering human doesn't matter so much as long as you come out on the right side of the end That's Politico senior editor David Cohen. Kissinger earned both vilification in particular for the bombing US of Cambodia in 1970 as well as as I mentioned earlier the Nobel Peace Prize and his name still impassioned provokes debate over foreign policy. The clock is ticking on a measure to expel undited congressman George Santos. This morning the New York Republican held a
A highlight from The Making Of A Biblical Hero (Pt.1)
"We continue on in the Judges series, diving into the story of Gideon, which we're not going to try to cover in one sermon. This one, as I put Gideon part one, the making of a biblical hero. The history of Gideon actually is given more space in God's record of Judges than any other judge. He encompasses the most space, and he's an interesting person because we encounter him threshing wheat in a wine press, hiding it from the marauding Midianites, the ones that they fear, the ones that have just sacked Israel, to ultimately seeing him lead Israel in a complete and crushing victory over those destroyers. So what we watch is we watch a scared and hiding man become the hero and leader God desires to accomplish God's purpose. His story is involved. As we look at these stories, Scripture never shields us in that way from their faults. He stumbles along the way. He has a huge error at the end of life. But what we see is how God takes a nobody and uses him to be God's somebody. We watch Gideon overcome quite a few issues. And so as we look at the first part of the story, as we see God make him into that biblical hero, we're going to see key hurdles that he has to overcome. Now as we dive into the details of the story covering chapter 6, it's helpful to understand where we are. Time wise, we're around 1169 BC, and that's just moving our way through the history from Deborah and Barak and then the time 40 years after that. It's helpful to understand a little bit of the history as you remember with Barak and Deborah, Egypt has been moving up and down, up and down. They stopped for a while, then they continue again. But by 1190 BC, that was the last campaign that took place in and went through Canaan. So Egypt is done moving forward for a period of time. They're a little bit weak. And so the situation is now ripe for another group to swoop in and fully oppressed the promised land. And that oppression comes from the Midianites along with the Amalekites and then nomads from the Syrian desert. Those are the children of the east. The location in question is also interesting because it's the Esdralan plain, which is you'll hear the Jezreel Valley. And the reason that's important is that's the same place that Barak and Deborah were fighting over 40 some years prior. This is the best land for growing grain and the Midianites are nomads. They're moving around and they were interested in food crops. So if you take Israel, this is one of the prime areas to get food crops in. And so what was fought for against Jabin is now fought again because the Midianites are coming in. They would move in at harvest time and they would consume everything with their goods and their people and then just move and they move from the north all the way down south to Gaza is how they would run through the land. They can kind of a circle as they moved around. Most of the persecution, the whole story we're reading takes place right here in this Jezreel Valley. And this is the heart of the persecution because this is where most of the goods are. The oppression is only at seven years. It seems somewhat short, but the oppression is so heavy and so humiliating that it points to how weak Israel is. It points to how disunified they are because they're just overrun by people that just come in and take completely over. And that's what I want us to look at. A little closer look is at the scenario. And this is what Theron just read. So I'm not going to reread those, but I'm going to kind of highlight a little bit of what's taking place. The Midianites and their coalition come swarming in at harvest time with all of their livestock, families and goods. This is not just an army that's walking in. This is their whole population that's moving in and taking over. They come and take everything, most likely gaining the upper hand because they have superior and more weapons. They are better fighters if you're looking at it from a physical standpoint. Their whole existence is taking, is robbing, it's moving around. They're not farming. They're just harvesting, if that makes sense. They're just coming in to take. And then it's the first full -scale deployment of camels. In history, this is considered the first time camels were used in this way. You might think, what's the difference between a donkey and a camel? How does this give such an advantage? The camel was able to carry up to 400 pounds. So you imagine if you're stealing the harvest and stealing the grain, you have a beast that can carry it. They were able to travel 28 miles in a day. Now in our modern mind, that seems like nothing. But in the ancient mind, that was quite a bit of distance. That's when they're packed down. If a camel only has its rider, it can move at the speed of almost 100 miles in a day.
Fresh "Deborah" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Pin fed great rates for everyone let's check in albanja the wall street journal reports signa and humana are in talks about merging gaithersburg based nova vax gets approval for its covid vaccine opening up the nova vax vaccine to nearly two hundred more countries reviews of changes to google maps are mostly negative roads are now gray not yellow water heel not deep blue parks are now mint not green the dow finished wednesday up session although just thirteen points jeff clavo wtop news overseas this morning asian stocks finished higher across the board the nikkei up by one hundred sixty six points the kospe up sixteen the hangsang is up fifty points shanghai is up eight good morning glad you're with us four forty one on beauty of the is w t o p news republicans are apparently waiting on official house vote next next month that would formally authorize their impeachment inquiry into president joe biden g o p leaders floated the possibility of votes a during a closed -door conference meeting it would be a reversal from house republicans previous stance on the inquiry and it would come during a standoff with the white house over requests for information related to the eiden family this week president biden's son hunter responded you may remember to a subpoena from the house house oversight committee asking that he give closed -door testimony by saying he would but only publicly a northern virginia man is behind bars this morning after being arrested on charges related to the january sixth capital right the fbi says charges against ryan orlando include theft of government property disorderly conduct and unauthorized entry on the floor of the house of congress an affidavit says orlando stormed the capital on january sixth wearing a black mask and a captain america backpack and took a pen from the desk of main republican senator susan collins and a drink coaster from the desk of west virginia democrat joe attention c -span footage shows orlando rifling through and possibly photographing documents from senators desks including one belonging to then majority leader mitch mcconnell the affidavit also says police removed orlando from the building but he got back in through a broken window and remained inside for several more minutes ed donahue washington cbs news an investigation there uncovering evidence apparently that the multinational manufacturer mars is likely not keeping up with promises to remove child labor from its o 'clock lead supply chain the company's headquarters located in the plane virginia locally cbs news correspondent deborah pata went to the area where she found young children working on small arms instead of actually attending school as they should have been u s human rights lawyer terry collingsworth has filed a proposed class action lawsuit for consumer fraud against american chocolate manufacturers mars cargill and mondale they're telling the public that we're taking this kid and then they're cynically coming here and just check in a box and they the kid is back working the next day that's fine that's he has collected statements from garnet and children working for suppliers thank okay you for being very brave that it says this morning the company denied multiple request by cbs news for an interview you are listening to 103 .5 fm and wtop .com the virginia lottery presents bad gift ideas want to make this holiday something truly special for the kids then definitely do not give these as gifts a rock a ball of rubber bands a pet porcupine toothpaste a toaster and finally
At least 8 fake electors have immunity in Ga. election probe
"Some of the fake Republican electors who said Donald Trump won Georgia in 2020 have immunity deals. I'm Norman hall. The prosecutor investigating interference in the 2020 election in Georgia has agreed to immunity deals with at least 8 Republican fake electors who signed a certificate falsely stating that then president Donald Trump had won the state. Defense attorney Kimberly Deborah revealed the existence of the immunity deals in a court filing Friday, saying her 8 clients had accepted the agreements last month, the filing does not identify the 8 people who were offered immunity deals last July, a lawyer for Fulton county district attorney fani Willis office revealed that each of the 16 who signed the false elector certificate was a target of her investigation, which is examining whether Trump and his allies committed any crimes while trying to overturn his narrow election laws. I Norman hall
Fresh update on "deborah" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Here on wtop breaking news on wtop cbs news special report henry kissinger secretary of state under president richard nixon has died at his home in connecticut that according to his consulting firm kissinger was 100 cbs is deborah rodriguez with more his policy of detente is tensions with the soviets his secret travels to china open doors to that nation and his shuttle diplomacy in the middle east helped contain the fallout from the yam kapur war no area of the world is it more difficult to remote a trusted lasting peace in nineteen seventy kissinger began secret negotiations with the the north vietnamese in hopes of ending the vietnam war we have brought them to this point with considerable difficulty and with considerable anguish the deal earned him a nobel peace prize though peace was not to come until nineteen seventy five secretary of state kissinger now serving in the gerald ford administration watched saigon fall cbs news special report i'm jennifer kyper bt up at one thirty two now we turn to the to the latest this thursday also breaking this morning word coming that idf officials at the qatari foreign ministry say that israel and hummus have agreed to extend their temporary truce by an additional day day at the very least the agreement coming minutes before the truce was set to expire last night it is
Is It Really All That Easy to Become a Woman?
"I'm not sure who the most prominent trends personality is in the United States. I suppose it would be this character Dylan Mulvaney who keeps showing up in ads and commercials for all kinds of causes. It seems like this guy almost single handedly sunk Bud Light Bud Light is trying to do all kinds of repentance now. They fired not only the VP of marketing, but her boss, both of them have been placed on, I don't know if it's temporary or permanent leave. They're reevaluating their brand strategy. They've issued a kind of more conservative ad with clydesdale horses. Whether this will save Bud Light, I don't know whether it's a little too late. But again, I look at social media today and I see there's still in Mulvaney putting on makeup all over his face and he's the Maybelline girl. What? So he's become the poster. Woman, so to speak, for makeup. And I'm thinking to myself, is it really all that easy to become a woman? My mind flashed back to a very interesting book that was published now a couple of decades ago. It was written by a woman who still teaching at Georgetown. She is a prominent cognitive psychologist and linguist. Her name is Deborah tannen, and her book written years ago was called you just don't understand, men and women in conversation. Now Deborah hadn't goes on to argue that there is a kind of different psychology between men and women. By the way, there was a later book along the same lines men are from Mars women are from Venus. The idea of being not the men and women live on different planets, but they have a different inner wiring. And Deborah tannen went on to use conversation as a kind of demonstration or exhibition of how differently men and women think. Her point was that when men and women have arguments and this is, by the way, kind of useful knowledge for spouses or boyfriends and girlfriends. She goes, men very often say you just don't understand. Whereas women say something a little different, you just don't care. And in the difference between you just want to understand, you just don't care, says Debra tan, there is a whole world of difference.
Book ban attempts hit record high in 2022, library org says
"Attempted book bands and restrictions at school and public libraries have surged. I've never seen numbers like this. Deborah Caldwell stone, who's been with the American library association for 23 years. This is a political campaign to remove books that don't meet the moral political or religious agenda of certain organizations. And to couch it in terms of parents rights or protecting children. Even librarians around the country have told of being harassed and threatened with violence or legal action more than 1200 book challenges were compiled last year. That's nearly double the then record total from 2021. I'm Shelley Adler
Anthony Fauci: One of the Most Powerful Men in Modern History
"Fauci Anthony Fauci who is one of the most powerful men in the modern history of humankind You're being ridiculous Am I Am I being ridiculous Am I really being ridiculous Doctor Anthony Fauci who was one of the architects with doctor Deborah birx and others Of a plan to lock down the United States destroy the futures of millions of school kids put out of work tens of millions of people close hundreds of thousands of big businesses and millions of small businesses at the same time Who did that Not by himself granted but who was one of the architects of that Doctor Anthony Fauci tell me again how he wasn't one of the most powerful people we've seen in modern times Who else is who else has done that Oh wait You may say well Trump was behind it That correct I'm going to get any argument here And he wasn't the only one And I got to tell you given the ridiculous pressure at the time I'm not apologizing for anyone I'm not sure any politician out there would have had the guts to do anything different
Waste shipments resume from Ohio toxic train derailment
"The disposal of contaminated debris from this month's train derailment in Ohio has resumed, with two new locations for dumping. The region 5 EPA administrator was back in east palestin, Ohio, to tell residents that hazardous waste removal can pick up speed with two new locations. The raw incinerator facility in grafton, Ohio, will be able to accept some of the solid waste. And administrator Deborah shore says there's another site in Indiana. Gets us closer to having enough capacity to finish the cleanup. The removal was briefly halted with concerns about how far away the railroad was planning to transport contaminated material. Meanwhile, shore says the air quality testing remains within normal limits. And for those worried about dioxins, there's no way to know if levels are higher because of the derailment. They are ubiquitous in the environment. They can be caused by wildfires by backyard grilling by a host of other normal activities. I'm Jackie Quinn
EPA orders 'pause' of derailment contaminated waste removal
"Federal environmental authorities have ordered a temporary halt to the shipment of contaminated waste that comes from this month's fiery train derailment in Ohio. The EPA now says it will ensure that all the waste is disposed of in a safe and lawful manner. After a number of states, including Michigan and Texas, expressed concerns about the safety of Norfolk Southern, making arrangements to transport the waste from the fiery derailment site to private facilities far away. Region 5 administrator Deborah shore promises the removal will resume very soon, adding no one wants the smell and the worry from the chemical fire lingering over east palestin, Ohio. Ohio's governor says some 280 tons have already been removed by truck, some to Michigan, where 5 truckloads were actually sent back to east Palestinian. And a Texas facility that took some of the liquid waste, but says it can't accept any more. I'm Jackie Quinn.
Daily Wire: Biden Attorney Interviewed by Feds in Docs Review
"The daily wire Biden attorney interviewed by feds Personal attorney to Joe Biden but they didn't use a form to summarize the interview Cover up telling you Patrick Moore the attorney identified as the one who initially found classified materials while packing up Biden's former think tank information carry the same a source briefed on the matter said more gave non classified personal documents to the national archives That included speeches and reference materials sent from the Biden Penn Biden center to the attorney's law office in Boston attorney general Merritt Garland announced last week he appointed yeah I know all this We know all this The documents some of which have top secret materials date back to Biden's time as vice president Anyway this is what's happened There's more So they didn't use the three O two form that the FBI used because they didn't want to discover it Then the hill the national archives says it must consult with the Department of Justice before sharing information related to Biden documents with Congress National archives told the House Republicans must first consult with the DoJ The archives has to determine whether sharing the details with lawmakers would compromise the criminal probe into the matter Brought acting archivist Deborah sty dal wall in a letter to House oversight and accountability committee chairman James comer
The Heart of Israel
"And you'll get updates and you'll get. Whatever kind of information you might need to follow along. Today, we are going, as I said, genesis chapter 35 and 36 were continuing on with the story of Jacob now, Israel, and his family. And gosh, yeah, how the family is going to unfold. They're going to continue to grow. He's got a number of sons and they are getting older and things are getting complicated. Things are always complicated. Man, we yesterday, what it is suns do. His sons took vengeance upon the family of shechem, hamor, that whole entire family after they had agreed to make a covenant with them. Because she had raped their sister. And so the family continues to grow. This is genesis chapter 35 and 36. God said to Jacob arise. Go up to bethel and dwell there. And make there an altar to the God who appeared to you when you fled from your brother Esau. So Jacob said to his household and to all who were with him, put away the foreign gods that are among you and purify yourselves and change your garments, then let us arise and go up to bethel. That I may make there an altar to the God who answered me in the day of my distress, and has been with me wherever I have gone. So they gave to Jacob all the foreign gods that they had and the rings that were in their ears and Jacob hid them under the oak which was near shechem. And as they journeyed, a terror from God fell upon the cities that were round about them, so that they did not pursue the sons of Jacob. And Jacob came to lose. That is bethel, which is in the land of Canaan. He and all the people who were with him, and there they built an altar. And called the place el bethel, because their God had revealed himself to him when he fled from his brother. And Deborah, Rebecca's nurse died, and she was buried under an oak below bethel, so that the name of it was called Alan bakut. God appeared to Jacob again when he came from padan aram and blessed him, and God said to him, your name is Jacob. No longer shall your name be called Jacob. But Israel shall be your name. So his name was called Israel, and God said to him, I am God almighty. Be fruitful and multiply, a nation and a company of nations shall come from you and kings shall spring from you. The land which I gave to Abraham and Isaac, I will give to you, and I will give the land to your descendants after you. Then God went up from him in the place where he had spoken with him, and Jacob set up a pillar in the place where he had spoken with him. A pillar of stone, and he poured out a drink offering on it, and poured oil on it. So Jacob called the name of the place where God had spoken with him, bethel.
How Did People Stay Effortlessly Thin in Past Decades?
"I don't spend a lot of time on health websites, well, to be honest, I don't spend any time on health websites, my health guru is Deborah, Deborah, as soon as they're right here. But in any event, I saw this really interesting item, which includes a picture of people on the beach. Now this is Gold Coast Australia 1972. But the meme that accomplished companies it is, how were people effortlessly thin in the 1950s and 1960s. And even the 1970s. And the word that caught my attention was effortlessly. Now the writer goes on to say that people in the past, and this is the recent past. I mean, obviously within our lifetime, he says they didn't do crazy diets. They didn't have any calorie counting apps. They didn't have to fast. They didn't even have a gym membership. And they even ate dessert. So the question is, here we are in our society now. Struggling to manage weight and figure out how to get thinner. And he goes, this wasn't really a fight. This wasn't a struggle. People didn't have to like go to heroic lengths. It seemed to happen naturally. Now, he goes on to point out that people, in those days, again, we're talking about the recent past, 8 food cooked from scratch. I think that's an important factor. They ate food that they made. They ate full fat. They ate out only as a treat. So this is actually a cultural shift that people would go out to eat, you know, a couple times a month, but this idea of eating out every three days or multiple times a week, this is new. They didn't eat foods with long ingredient lists. So this is also a phenomenon of our time. You look at the box and it's got all this stuff in the food. So there's an interesting graph here showing the obesity of the United States. And the United States was, as a society, not obese, the turning point was a 1980, and then starting in 1980 you see rising obesity. It's leveled off slightly in the last few years. But by and large Americans have added on a lot of pounds in the decades from 1980 to the present. And so the writer says, what happened? Well, U.S. dietary guidelines got introduced, the food industry created a multitude of low fat products, huge increase in refined grains, added sugar, increase of additives and pesticides, and societal norms changed to eating out. So people eat out a lot more. And he goes on to make the point that writer does that people now eat out, well, some people eat out for pleasure. We do W and I eat out a lot. But people also eat because they're sad or from boredom. And he goes on the point that they're never full because the protein and the nutrients have sometimes been removed from the from the food supply.
Two Leading Republicans Write Letter to National Archives
"Two leading Republicans wrote a letter Friday to the national archives demanding communications and documents addressing the possibility Democrats pressured the institution into investigating former president Donald Trump House oversight and reform committee ranking member James comer this guy I don't know him Seems pretty kick ass And House judiciary committee ranking member Jim Jordan I do know him and he is Wrote a letter obtained by Breitbart News to acting archivist at the national archives and records administration Deborah stei del wall over the possibility that the House oversight committee Democrats pressured the archives and to investigating Donald Trump Comer and Jordan noted the stunning coincidence that on February 9 oversight chair Carolyn maloney wrote to the archives about concerns over 15 boxes of presidential records stored at Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago and if the agency had been in contact with archives about it The same day the archives sent a referral to the Department of Justice that initiated the investigation into Trump I had put that together did you folks The two Republicans wrote the fact that the archives transmitted to DoJ A referral that launched a criminal investigation of the former president the same day the Democrat chairwoman of the committee inquired whether the agency had been in contact with DoJ raises serious concerns about whether the archives made the referral after pressure from committee Democrats Just remember just remember that letter from our national school boards association and I'm the one that actually broke that story right here I said it's not possible I worked at The White House I was a school board member It's not possible
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Dinesh and Wife Deborah Discuss the Hypocrisy of Biden's Voting Policies
"I'm here with my better half, the boss. The producer. We're getting to talk about, well, more on Biden and what the Democrats are really up to. Did you say more on Biden or moron by me? No, that's actually. I am a punster without even knowing it. I heard moron. What do you think about this speech that he gives where he's we have to fight the Jim Crow of the 21st century the Democrats up to the usual tricks? Yes, they are. They definitely are. And it is, and it is really, it's amazing to me how they use a tactic in one aspect. And not another, because, you know, we were just talking about that this morning, how he feels like asking for an idea is just horrific, not to mention it's not biblical. If you don't, if you're in line and you don't get water or bread, however, however, that same logic doesn't apply to going to a restaurant and the restaurant asking for a vaccination card, does it? How horrific that they're not going to feed you? Well, you know. I'm Christian like. Muriel Bowser, the mayor of D.C., just said, listen, everybody in D.C., you need to have vaccine card, and you need a valid photo ID. There you go. That's racist. Yeah. They say it's racist to do one thing. It's racist to do another
Scott Atlas Describes Challenges Working With COVID Task Force
"He's written a fantastic book a plague upon our House my fight at the Trump White House to stop COVID from destroying America So let's jump right in Who was the number one person or what was the number one institution that you were fighting with Well I was the adviser to the president but also on the task force for those four months And the head of the task force medical side was doctor Deborah birx She was what's called the task force coordinator She wrote all of the written advice to the governors He visited dozens of states And she sort of commandeered along with Doctor Fauci who was the most visible face of the task force to the American people They commented the policy I have a difficult time getting the facts out and articulating the truth And I visited one single state and that was Florida The rest of the country followed the Burke's Fauci lockdowns and restrictions And those lockdowns failed to stop the spread of the infection They failed to stop people from dying and they destroyed millions of families and sacrifice our children particularly the low income people the most vulnerable
"deborah" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life
"That's why we're here today to get people messages and guests and things out there. And that's what it's all about, isn't it? Yes, sir. And actually, I would be honored if you did use summer my story. It's not belonged to the email I sent you. I'd love that, please. It would be very helpful. So what is the biggest influence in your life? Was that your father or was it somebody else? Well, it actually started out as my father, he a little something about him. He grew up just after, well, around or just after The Great Depression. During those times, a lot of the times the boys would stay home, the older boys would stay home if you lived out in the country. And would help their fathers harvest the crops and sell them, which my dad did. I then learned until years later that at the time, he dropped out about the tenth grade out of high school because he was pulled out so much that he was missing so much school and he thought, I don't know if I can ever ever get my high school diploma. But what he did, he went back and he got his GED, he went into the army, he went from being a private working his way all the way up until a master sergeant. Whenever he left the army, after he left the army, he already had his GED but it didn't have a lot of experience in math. What he did, he taught himself geometry. He taught himself trigonometry and he taught himself algebra and became I don't know if the correct term is engineer. For the state highway department for Texas. And I found that fascinating. He never met a stranger. So he was a big influencer in my life. He, like I said earlier, he taught me that I could overcome anything that I set my mind to and he never met a stranger. He always told me be yourself. Another thing he told us if he told me if you can't give anyone anything, give them your work. That's what counts.
"deborah" Discussed on The Confessionals
"One of the new forest dominated I don't know how this in america but we have no suspicious that downstairs and not means that the basically the police say when you don't know what happened and so jon in farsi but locked up memorable. Canine reports on everything. They find a trainer. She spoke shape with assault full. We didn't and half of the pasco was declared. No suspicious is is nothing suspicious about which is a natural. Don't worry there's nothing to see and do now the rest where eyelids as saying. You've got along evade gone off large pitsea boss. Amazing macedon were missing men. All men the Become alyce news. Ladies leg found just the wax half black and the smell suspicious is nothing going on the ucla per mile upstream they find losses and garbage five with her body pounds aid so the legs obviously broke angles about Country stale no suspicious so natural as she helped Daily be nikkei so whether these any real attacks yup they will. It definitely sounds like it. Yeah if that's not suspicious than big for definitely wouldn't be suspicious. Burnett left in the kind of goes along with another lady hours I was trying to connect with her to be on the show and and she declined actually But this was ufo. And i'm not sure when it happened but she actually saw Military aircraft assume. A helicopter shootdown ufo. Are you familiar with that story at all now. Now so Her whole motivation. Because she's not into any of this kind of stuff but after she what she saw she is like out. I want to be put out there. That that our government our military shot one of these things down and they were not acting aggressive in any way and so she. She has an angle where she feels. Sounds like. she's feels very sympathetic to to the craft but I reached out to her to have her on the show and she said initially yes and then i think she looked at my website and saw that talk about things other than other than ufo's and she's like none of that exists this guy's crazy and because she was she like she was so new to all this stuff that all she knew as the ufo that she saw gets shot out of the sky. And i think she was just like. I don't want to talk to this guy. You know what it is. Maybe you'll hear this interview different loss. I mean not yet he say mine's view viewing. Amy is not big ribaud. Will it doesn't matter it. Much i am. I suppose thousands of people house. You know we've been traumatized by it. I never you always series. But i think kathy barkley salga the eye witnesses that accounting our time if i ball barons in the neck car in it's strange bridge. My husband on the next to the ufo when he was about twenty well any three friends family and he's trying so for all. I've never seen one. I absolutely want who to believe that he did. You know i just love. Nab i know when the host so he has a triangle shaped scar on his arm while yet dugout chauncey well on stay on it and he was having babies friends. Bunt the the little shops here about that choi clause if you need like anything to walk and mozart which you guys gospel at free. Why you'd have to walk to the station railing. Not so they. All lost consciousness did from hospital wa all shave. We drive for me again. Had star-shaped. Oh heads in a soundcheck all had had on suburban ancient borrow. The liable said Hats off he did a really strange movement. An shops you in israel which is a monkey aerial I'm a big sacks alighting ican. We live with gentleman's. Hail so the of airspace. An easy he didn't tell me so troubling late his early fossey's Are saw around. You know i look now. The three men that were with him and the all been sexually. Same store at anathema people. Seeing some ilia On same most Driving found lackland. They saw his around the same time so zero nine times finances for my a pro about when they said one making zoos i draw a bit. Said we didn't really talk about on the way. All walthall and andy meals about swimming thousand atoll zone side on soap around and the on our enough machine so with the missing time idea for him. Is the assumption that there was an abduction. That was happening there. Or what has he conclude what joint return to. Now one of the things that china shop at only one of the amendments. Bb is actually joe nocera. Because so we're not quite meeting people Refreshing you can give some relaxing techniques so that we could do that with them Thanks knots offensive. We're can't be willing to accept now. He doesn't want scary knowing what happened on knowing what happened. Not how he last year it was by these lesser juliano's but yeah. Yeah that's actually something that a lot of people say you know when when they faced with the option of regression therapy and we're not a lot of times people choose not to because they what they remember makes them feel so uneasy they don't wanna remember anything else even though you and i as the people who record these these people's experiences stuff we would love to know more. The chances of that ever happening for some people is very slim obligated. I would love to go.
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"deborah" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast
"We have to find the money. And so i go all right so i go tonight. Ninety had invited me to give a talk on coke Again and so. While i was up there the head of the medication development division dr charles service and frankly Deputy i talk to them afterwards. Listen university miami's going to submit to the fda organised Ninety and i david. I swear to god i think when i turned round and went to walk out of the room that both of them laughed at the thought are yet right. Gina but i did on undeterred. Did they know you know snow. I submitted it and we went up before the drug abuse advisory so these were the same people at the same time that rick dobelin was going yet with the you know with his work at map so there were few few. I mean. We've got permission from the fda in nineteen ninety three to put to do the face one study of. I began in at that time. Of course. I was proposing that we would do it in cocaine dependent patients. Here's and again the same group and we got permission. Put our protocol in the. I n t went up and our our clinical trial protocol goes then and my medical safety officer dr. Dan spiker thirty days. They give you the call right. So i'm sitting here at my mask and a thirty. We got the phone call for dr cypher. And i ran and got one sanchez ramos. Who was our clinician on the study and we sat there on the phone with them and they said we're going to let you go. We're gonna let you do it. What should make a few changes that you're good ago. Go hang up the phone. And i couldn't believe my god. They've proved this. Wow and so ho- case now we're gonna do it and long story short few months later we got a phone call from dan and he says debra. Have you put on again into humans as dr spike. Were still getting ready to start the trial now and he said well. I'm gonna i need to tell you something. There is a group of investigators at johns hopkins. And they said that i became causes cerebellar tosses and that was george Colleague martin oliver right. Yes canvey do remembering that night. Yeah same strategy you know. Raise the neuro-toxins flag slipping down but either gave recreational by begins the therapy and again. It's not a recreational. Now run is taking gain in a in a dancehall same but you know it's used for sure the single purpose well that's right but you highlight a very important potent problem. Which is the group is analyzed finding problems with drugs. they find problems with drugs. Because i didn't think been damage turned out to be of any relevance. Didn't or was it meaningful. Now you know that there. It did appear recently flagged up again when senator shots and congresswoman alexandria of your cortez raise the issue about to congress and the senate about increasing funding for advancement. Gesture psychedelic medicines and they not only included soul sivan..
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I've been listening to that quite a bit. I think she's super talented. And she and i share birthday. Oh very nice we have the same birthday. So yeah i'm really yeah you know. I didn't like her at first. But i really like this last album that she put out. I actually listened to a lot of soundtrack music. So you know. If i'm watching like i've to this day i still listen to the mission I love the sound track. I can't think of I know it's an italian name. There the percent of the album. That did the album amazing album I loved john berry. I love You know listening to music like that. I that's kind of how i start. My day. is all put on one of those albums. And do some meditation kind of drift off into an imaginary world of how i like to see the day going. And and so yeah. That's kind of where i mad. I'm you know my musical tastes change. I like i like rock from the eighties and nineties. You know like a one still whitesnake girl. I love whitesnake absolutely so. I'm excited to read the book. I hope you know however you publish it with itself published or met you know you tell great stories so that's gonna be exciting and fun to do Is there anything. I should've asked you that. I didn't morrow we covered it. I think we did. I think you did a fabulous job very sweet to say that. That's very nice all right so before. I let you go. I've got to ask you the mirror. Question so creston. J armstrong is a retired honors english teacher in the philadelphia area and he was on the show and he explained to me that every year he would take two days of the classroom his seniors and they would take the bruce springsteen song thunder road read all through the lyrics talk about the imagery and then at the end of the two days. He would ask the question. Does mary get in the car. So deborah that is your question. Does mary get me into viz. Mary getting the carthy and road absolutely she gets in the.
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"That was not my first job my first job. As a little entrepreneur. I lived on a street called uconn in torrance between our teasha and redondo beach boulevard. Okay and this neighborhood was very asian. Lot of lot of asia. It was a very asian neighborhood and a lot of kids did not speak english and i was going to the private catholic school in redondo beach. And so i'd walk home from school and all these parents would see me walking home from school in my uniform. And they thought was she. Looks really smart hand and i was nice and approachable and they asked me if i would tutor their kids and i started this little business in my neighborhood where i taught all these kids that were coming over. I had families from china families from korea. A couple of kids from jeff. You know all over. And i was teaching. I must have been in fifth grade. So however funny is like in fourth and fifth grade and that was my first job and i had a little business because i had always got a tutoring business and did have a tutoring business. I did i was like. I was a little entrepreneur at nine ten years orman and then you know i liked having my own money. Sure i liked that feeling of ed but way but you know. Here's what happened. So the all of a sudden i get this this feeling of like. Oh my god. I have money and i'm i i don't know twelve years old or whatever ten or twelve and all of a sudden ditching school to go to the store to buy candy because i have freedom. I have money now. I start doing bad things with it. So then of course my mom kinda nip that in the is like you can't work if you're gonna ditch school exactly but i thought well all of a sudden i felt like i had this power. I was too young to have that much power and it was interesting. But i i i had forgotten all.
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"And then the reason that i stopped skating as my parents got divorced when i was fourteen and my mother her whole check. All the money she made went towards my skating and so when they got divorced now she had to support ourselves. Scherf there was. I didn't have a lot of money in my family growing up and so when that was going to be the case if they were gonna get divorced faded out. It was really sad for me because it was like going through two really big grieving aggrieved my parents divorce and then grieved stop. You know stopping skating because you know i really the my skating world really became my family and so it was really sad. You know to not see my coaches to not see these people that really taught me how to grow up. Been a lot of my life. Lessons came from ice skating and so it was really sad and so yeah so and and for a long time. I wouldn't put skates on know. It's really sad about it in rebellious about it. Because i i. I still skate today. I'll go onto in a while and can't do jumps or anything now. But i skate around and you know and i know from one of the things that i i think has to be interesting from. You is your perspective now. It sounds like you're really good kid. And were supportive of your mom's decision but you now know from this angle knowing how much must've hurt your mother that she 'cause you know as parents we want to do anything we can for absolutely. Yeah brutal when you can't you know and i. I really felt that from my mom. I felt that she was just in a really. She really didn't know what to do and she was very young when she had me. She was nineteen and nineteen. You just don't have these tools and kind of faking it till you make it type thing and it took me a lot of years to really understand that you know. I mean they're you know. Obviously there was a lot of resentment on both parts. Now this is all we did together. Both my mother. And i this is all we did you know is this was. My skating was away for us to bond and when we took that away it was almost like. Well it's almost. I can only imagine You know if a lot of ways you know you you lost your community not you know. Not just the coaches what your fellow. You know the people the other people you were skating with the other people you practice with you know the the whole community of that rake and that whole culture of meats and competing and doing all that and all of a sudden you know you're gone and Your mom is trying to figure out what to do as a single mom and it goes through cycles and bet that was pretty traumatic. Sopra traumatic as you know. There's certain things in my childhood that you know for a long time. When i think about it would just bring up like sad but then you know when you start to get smart and you start to realize it. I can change the story. The story is i how many kids can say they got up at four. Am and got on the ice and competed as an ice skater and You know not a lot. So i feel very grateful for those years and and also it it. It really saved my life. Because the lessons that i learned about falling and getting back up you know really came into play later on in my life and i didn't even know it you know didn't even know because i was like where am i getting this frank from. Oh yeah used to fall down all the time now..
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"There were two choices in the morning. That's this is all we had early morning for a. m. was wings paul mccartney wings and elton john. Yellow brick road knows. I know those albums. Like the back of miami because every morning during patch. Those were the two albums every once in a while. We play barry. Manilow or neil diamond but it was wings across america. Paul mccartney and and you know so. When i hear those songs it takes me right back to the ice you are. It appears you in the same generation because I graduated high school in seventy seven. So my am clock. Radio was my best friend. You know listening to and i also elton. John's greatest hits was the first eight track. I bought with my own money. You know and so it is amazing In you've led be perfect. I always like to start at the beginning. So where did you grow up. And besides elton john and wings. What other music was at the house. But what did your parents listen to. I was born in sixty three. And i was born in oakland california on the naval base. My dad was in the marine corps. But i think it was born in the naval base hospital near treasure island there in oakland but we moved right away to torrance california so i grew up in the south bay area of southern california and southern california girl. Really i i. That's where i grew up. I grew up torrents. Different little areas but mainly in torrance which took private school in redondo beach. And then i went to high school in a city called hawthorne and beach boys yes what's it of course so growing up the first memory that i have regarding music and i played it over and over again. Was nancy sinatra. These boots are made for walking just grabbed onto me. Why i think i was three years old and i ran around. And they might. They bought me go go boots. So i'd run around in these. Go go boots and i just thought i was in. I mean attention was my first addiction. I was just like see. Look at me. I'm in my go. Go boots and i would sing and dance. And and then i loved disney growing up all the music from all the disney films. You know as a kid. I would play. You know those songs over and over and back then so in the seventies you might remember this..
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"So growing up the first memory that i have regarding music and i played it over and over again. Was nancy sinatra. These boots are made for walking just like grabbed onto me. I think i was three years old. And i run around and they might. They bought me. Go go boots. So i'd run around in these dog obits and i just thought i was it. I mean attention was my first addiction. You know i mean. I was just like see look at me. I'm in my go. Go boots and i would sing and dance. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set. Lusting bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly is fans. I am your host jesse jackson but joining me today. We're kind of stepping off. The bruce trained though he will come up as he always does. But i have someone who i am so excited about talking with. I tried to count. How many times. You've reinvented yourself. Deborah and i i lost count and i am just in mal with you. Debra drake's welcome to the show can sell much thank you. I've lost count to was. We don't have to keep track. I just think it's interesting and we'll go ahead For my audience wants to give us your elevator. Pitch introduce yourself. Hi i'd ever dregs. I may former playboy playmate model and covergirl and Really reinvented myself in the business. World got to be in the top five percent in sales in the life insurance industry. And you know they're completely polar opposites and so. I think you know in the last ten years anytime anybody finds out. Oh my god you were in playboy you know it just strikes up this whole conversation of. How did you go from doing that to getting into business and so you know. I don't know it's an elevator pitch story but you know it definitely comes up at times throughout my life. Yeah what's interesting is At least to me and You know there are. There are groups in facebook where you look for a guest in you know. Be a guest and people post like am. I'm looking for guests. Join my podcast. Where i'm looking to join people on your podcast than you had reached out a really wonderful kind of pitch about this and i said well. I do a music podcasts. Would you be interested in you went. Yes absolutely kidding. Yeah you know it's interesting because music is really a huge part of all my life. Because i don't. I play piano but i'm a beginner so i don't play an instrument and i don't you know i. I like to tell you that i sing. But only in the shower feeling. Yeah so but music is a huge part of my life. Because i grew up as a figure skater and i skated from four until seven. Am before school and we would listen weep back then. It was eight track tapes. And i remember..
"deborah" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Ran the world, just tell me a little bit about that. What if I ran the world? Well, I love the name is nice. And it said, and this beginning phases of starting. I've always been doing this work, but it's now time to start a movement. And the whole point was like, well, how do I I used to do talk radio and I had a show called Global white light wave, your wake-up call and it was from the political to the metaphysical, we explore and and that was great fun show to do. Cuz it was from the political to the metaphysical. We explored all the things we talked politics, we talked all sorts of stuff and it was live call-in which I love and it was a blast to do and it was like I look at what's happening in the world today and I go, okay? How can we bring things to the to the table but not dwell on what's not working? Like we can talk about it because I think it's important that people realize, oh, this is actually happening or that attached they happening because as much as we try to be informed, we're not really given access to a lot of information. So we're only informed on certain things and we're not informed, a lot of other stuff. So I wanted something that I'm getting informed people. But more importantly than that, I wanted to say, okay, well, what if I ran the world with other guests? Well, what if you ran the world, like, how would you do this differently? So young people could begin to understand like, there's a lot of different ways we could do it, and not only that, but that we have the Consciousness, we have the capacity, we have the intelligence, we have everything, we need to create life the way that we would like to create it. And if we can begin to collaborate on that, You know, wherever two or more are gathered, right? And then what about 200, what about 200,000 what about 2 million? Like what could we really do? And so the whole point of the show was to be able to put that onto a platform and say, okay well you know if you'll like it, that's great. How would you do this differently? Let's come up with some kind of a game plan. I love it. I love it. Well, Debra, thank you so much for being here today. I'm just, what a great? I looked. I'm like, wow, that one by fast. So, thank you for being here and just shutting your life. I, you're absolutely beautiful soul. If you'd like to reach out to Deborah, she's available at, welcome to Bishop World, she's also on social media. And I just really want to say thank you for being here in a life transformation. Radio. It has been a pleasure. Thank you Rob. I look forward to when we speak again. Absolutely. And thank you so much for your support and taking time out of your busy and precious day to listen to Life transformation. Radio we. So appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along with my very special guest, Deborah Bishop to touch your heart, move your soul, and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm Rob actus. Until next time, this is life transformation radio. Download complete..
"deborah" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"Yeah, it's not it's so important know it's so important to take time out to breathe enjoy being alive off and really become very present in that. You're you're a human being. Yeah, and you're alive you're a living breathing human being a lot of people miss that and I think it's so so important take time out to breathe. Yeah. Yeah. I added in a stretching routine about six months ago and it started out just like I'm saying about meditating, you know, where I was I'd maybe added in like once or twice a week, you know, we all have that voice in our head that goes I don't have time. It's like well, you don't have time not to you know, so it's the first thing I do in the morning I stretch for thirty minutes and then I meditate for 15 or 20 off. A little routine that I do and then I write some things down and I read something positive and look if you have to get up an hour earlier to get it into your day before your household wakes up, then that's what you have to do is go to bed an hour earlier at night so you can get up an hour earlier in the morning and set the tone for your day. If you don't align with you you will be pulled around by everything in the external world all day long and you will never get your footing on using your power and tapping into that ease and flow of that guidance. So you have a choice, you know, it's not for everybody not everybody wants to to take that level of ownership. We we still have this program running wild that were powerless were victims and there's something outside of us that that's supposed to come and save us and take care of us and adjust our lives. So nobody's coming to stay afternoon. We are where the captain of our ship and once you and once you realize that it gives you the freedom package do anything. Oh, yeah, right cuz it compounds this is a this is a compounding effect. When you start taking care of you and connecting deeply to you baby steps, right? It compounds so I mentioned I started this stretch routine. So I have have a weight training routine that I do and I want to encourage everybody to start hitting the weights, you know, start pumping some iron cardio is overrated so good for you, right so good for you. You start your job. Are pumping some iron and everything changes your your brain chemistry changes your hormones adjust your the food you desire. So I added this stretch routine in and now it's a daily thing in addition to my workouts. So when I work out, I always stretch after for 15-20 minutes because I also have this 30-minute stretch I do in the morning and it's changed my level of productivity 10x. If not more I get way more done. I I take more time out and my business is growing in Leaps and Bounds that I could never do that grinding it out could never reach that point. Yeah. No, it's so important Deborah. Thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate you taking time out. How would someone get a hold of you? I would send them directly to my Instagram. It's Nei the number four and then change and you know, I'm on LinkedIn page of a pretty good LinkedIn profile with a lot of information in it. You can also find me on YouTube. I've got a couple hundred or more free coaching video. Neuroengineering Institute on YouTube were always adding new content.
"deborah" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"Realize that yes. Well, you know, I think it's it's off of Paradigm of linear logical thinking that Everything has to happen in a certain order in order for it to work or an order for it to even happen. And you know last time I checked the universe wasn't linear. It's it's multi-dimensional and it can do anything at any time and you know in ways that we haven't even fathomed. So that's the trip. The trip is Jose. There's anything that trips people up its trying to move into an expanded state with an old Paradigm of linear logical one step after the other and that's the distraction, you know, the egos powerful the eagle will distract you from your greatness with these old methods of thinking that Really aren't effective. Absolutely, and what's really powerful with the universe? Is that when you're in flow? Things just unfold right before you when you're in friction in your life. Things are just effed up like they are just it's just this cluster of not good stuff. Yeah, and I, you know, I had a brick-and-mortar business and my partner decided that she didn't want me to have Half of the profit she wanted all the profits so she kind of pushed me out and I was really ticked off cuz it's a lot of money we're talking five, you know tens of thousands of dollars that I was just kicked out of that. I could have pulled out and then the the future of what that was and I really got a line with myself and I trusted the process a couple of things. I did. I stayed in a very present moment. I got out of the story like there's no story here what happened? She didn't want me in the business. She pushed me out. I could do one or two things. I could create a big war chest and not fight her and be right or I could just forgive her and let the universe just go about its path and really Dives in and tap into the law of abundance and not a scarcity. And so what happened was Deborah you were a guest on life transformation radio. I was yeah. And that was owned by Shawn Douglas. I now own life transformation radio the way that the way that came about was I had built this big war chest of legal legal fund off to fight my old partner and then I let it go and within 24 hours this laid out before me and I was able to apply that war chest. Towards the purchase of Life transformation radio and it warms my heart when you trust the process of the universe and know that it just thought works out. If you're in your.
"deborah" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"She's also educated in both business strategy and Neuroscience and her approach to leadership development busy. Scale and mindset re-patterning over 20 plus years in seventeen countries working with arrived variety of Industries as leading-edge and she is my guest today Deborah. Welcome to the living the law of action show. Welcome to the world changing, right? This is really where we're in the middle of right now. I know every single day there's something new home and it's going to continue to unfold and this is the interesting part. Thank you so much for having me on your show Rob because I feel like everyone really needs a boost right now. Absolutely. Well, I'm here. I'm here to give that boost and and we're right here arm and arm and we're going to boost you into alignment with your spirit and inspired actions. So you should be more what you mean by alignment with your spirit. You know, I think there's this sort of distraction around a lot of social media our technology from this notion that life is hard and we have to struggle and we're lucky if we can eke out a living and that most businesses fail that disconnects us from our true power and that true power is that when we make a decision about something off the entire universe collaborates conspires for us and with us for that to come to fruition, so when you're connected and aligned with that, Anything's possible.
"deborah" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Evan the entertainer. And he's now a stalker. And i hope he listened to that but when he came on the show he approached me saying that he was A victim of gay bashing in albuquerque and He wanted to talk about that. And i thought it was legitimate topic to to talk had him on and the minute i introduced him. He was in that window. That you're in any was turned around. He turned around. A big. hollywood turnaround had no shared on an jacket on and opened up to evan the entertainer on its own. So we'll talk. You had to talk about your victimhood of or gay bashing and he said i gotta get famous. You wanted to be on the ellen. Degeneres young man twenty two years old and always was really concerned about was fame and using this idea that he'd been victim to gain fame. And so i had this long episode with them. It was the most contentious episode of had with anybody explaining to them. That fame is not a worthy goal. Famous only a byproduct of the value. Add to other people's lives so that they will celebrate you. That's where fame comments from so where a- and fame in and of itself if for nothing and you're not adding value to other people's lives is a completely disrupt the fourth and tried to point out presley. Michael jackson prince. You name it. Did you like robin williams. Where you fan of robin williams was a total fan of robin williams. Until he killed himself. And then i. I said you know what he just kind of negated. All the joy he brought to the world by putting so much heart pain in other people's hearts killed himself and that to me is scary is really scary. And it's serious and you know he was one of my very favorite all my god. Did i love him as an entertainer. I mean i was devastated. It really scared me too. Because i thought you know this is serious business. This is not you know you when you does. I'm saying you can have all the fame and all the money. It's not gonna do any good if you're dead and if.
"deborah" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"What's growing up. Did you feel Any kind of advantage in being born against as i put it Winner of the genetic lottery numbers is born for a lot of people born ugly and they can become successful But for those of us who are born ugly not me. I was beautiful. Everyone's beautiful may not gone create anything. That's not beautiful okay. But but by public consumption standards and what we hold up as the model of beauty Is there an advantage of it before and before when you're growing up i'm talking formative years. Did you have any of that so growing up by did not you know maybe i thought i was cute but i. I didn't focus on my looks. You know as an athlete. And i spent most of my time on the ice and so i was a figure skater and there was not really a lot of focus on my looks and then you now as i got older i went through a very awkward stage and so i actually was very insecure about my looks and always nitpicking. Things about myself and high school started to feel a little bit more comfortable in my skin not a lot so it's interesting like i didn't grow up going. I'm going to model. And i as a matter of fact when i actually came out and said i actually started out drink commercials i and then i said i'm gonna model and i remember. The reaction from a lot of people are like yet. Deborah models are five ten and they're beautiful and not that you're not beautiful but you know you're not the model you know and is like i'm gonna model you watch and sure enough. You know i. I became like the girl next door model in the commercial model. And i did catalog work and you know. I had a few campaigns that the hired me a lot and so don't ever listen when people tell you you can't do something because i was one of those people that if you told me i couldn't do something else i really watch you now. I would do it. And so but yeah i'm five six. I have an athletic build. I am not a fashion model. And but i had success. You know i. The camera saw something in me in the camera. Picks up and in i think really what it was for me is that i was approachable. You know. I was approachable and and the ads that i did were just that like oh. That's a girl that you wanna go to the beach weather girl that you would you invite over with your friends you know. I was approachable. And that was what i was selling so those were the kind of ads that i was successful and so when playboy came along it was like what were you say. Came along Did they they approach you. They saw some of you work. You are doing an approach you or or was there. Some kind of other initiatives put up force on your part to get into the magazine. Had that west. Anything about play. Except i'd seen the i knew the magazine and i see. I think you know that some people's house you know you it's in you know it and i knew because it was a popular magazine at that time but no i wasn't in my radar but i was with agency..
"deborah" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"To take risks. Maintain a positive attitude and take never take no for an answer Ladies and gentlemen please open year's opening minds and have we welcome in deborah. Jake welcome thank you so much having me. Yes oh my god never take no for an answer of my god. The term i coin was no means. Maybe sometimes you have to now means. Maybe i want to start with that because In the times we live in and the metoo movement and The the air that i grew up in when when there.
"deborah" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast
"I can't imagine what it would be. Like to be. Brad pitt or one of those people that are just have people ascending on them all the time. Does this affect their mental health. Does it affect their lifestyle Have you experienced that. You witnessed that in some of the people that you've known i have And sometimes first of all if you are well known in the business it comes with the territory. I about that these books. I mean both nick and jesse say look you know. We are names. This comes with the territory. They try to protect children. That's their main goal. Keep them out of the spotlight. It is hard and for the most part. You're nice you're courteous. You always sign an autograph if you can but there are times when you have to draw the line and you know. Say sorry. i'm here with my wife. I'm here with my children. I need to be left alone. Not everybody is kind about it. I mean i've seen some pretty ugly things but it's hard yes it's hard it's very hard. Yeah that's one area. Where i do give you know some breaks it. It's easy to say. Well you have the lifestyle that would all want. But i know that there's that dark side and i don't know what it happens here again. We talk about the psychology of crowds. People just feel that they can Someone who's well known. They can say anything to them and Oftentimes this can make you feel very threatened and uncomfortable and like i said apart that which don't give people who are famous enough credit for sometimes not having the life that everyone would want also these people it forces some celebrities into being reclusive Sure it's the only way that they feel. They can have a life now. And i again. I deal with that problem in these books. With both nick and jesse interesting very interesting. Let me let me give the titles here again. The evil that men do and a walking shadow or the previous two installments. The current one is full circle and authored deborah fizzle. Where can people find out more about you and work. People find the book online. They're available on amazon..
"deborah" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast
"Podcast. I'm always thrilled that you are here. Welcome welcome welcome. My name is billy dis. And i'm here today for h. o. S. schorr house books and all the fine people at humor outcast. I've come if you haven't had a chance yet. Do check out that website. Fantastic writers over their new content. Pretty much every day humor. Outcasts dot com. That is the place to take a humor break on the studio line with me right now. I have deborah zell. How're you doing today. deborah. I am excellent billy. How are you have actually really good. I'm in a good mood today. Got a great a list of questions here for you. Deborah is The author of her new book full circle and this is the third installment of the nick. Mcgeer suspense book series. The previous installments being the evil. That men do and a walking shadow. One of the first questions. I usually ask. The guest is is is where you're from and i want to ask you of that as well but i happen to find out in talking to you that we have a mutual area of origin. You're gonna talk a little bit about that where you're from i am. I was born in canton. Ohio where you are. Yes and i was like nick mcteer. Actually i was an air force brat in my early youth Traveled around the country At different air force bases and then came back to canton. When i was around ten and settled there and i was actually so happy to grow up in canton ohio. I think that ohio is one of the best kept secrets in the artists. It is that state has produced more actors than any other state in the country and it is. It is just a gold. Mine of experience of of training of the high schools in the area are superb. There's a lot of great community theater there. When i was growing up. I had a lot of opportunity to hone my craft so i i am forever grateful to canton well. It's great to hear you talk about it a lot of times. When i talked to people they have a feeling that we're all cornfields here in yes. Agriculture is very big. And we're very proud of that actually But people forget that were the seventh around the seventh largest economy. Obviously we're behind california new york florida and places like that texas But we're we're one of the largest economies very diverse econ economy here. We have technology here. Medicine is very big here. cleveland clinic. And you mentioned the arts The film industry up around the cleveland area is actually very thriving. Great to hear you talk about that. Now you ended up writing. Plays and stuff when you were very young. Was that something that just came naturally to you or did did your parents Have some influence on you..