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"demint" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"demint" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I wanna talk to those of you in the gop who are fully committed to donald trump. And what he brought to the republican party. I don't mean this in any way. Critical disparagingly i actually mean it lovely because actually think the republican party needs you and frankly i think the republican party needs some of the disruption that president trump has bought brought a lot of these republicans have been too friendly with wall street and they've ignored main street in the president's force them to pay attention to main street and to a non college educated white voters The president has forced them to pay attention to cultural issues that they gave lip service to but didn't wanna work for and now we know hispanic and black voters actually resonate andrew to the gop because of those issues. The gop needs the trump wing of the party. The trump party does need these dallas week. But i i want to really focus it on something with trump supporters. Whether you like liz cheney or not whether you now think that dick cheney who was the conservatives conservative during the bush administration is somehow to squishy which you need to understand. Is they know how to count votes. They know politics and policy. They know how to count votes. And what we saw is the clown show for matt. Gats distracted from the fact that the cheney team could count the votes list shady last night force them into having the vote they were otherwise. Probably going to drag it out. She knew she had the votes. What's remarkable is that you had a number of members of the trump who thought they had the votes of the didn't you want to exert your influence and power within the republican party. You need to learn how to count votes. There is help you jim demint. Would he was in. The house of the senate became a unifying force for conservatives. I i love jim dement. We disagree on some stuff. We disagreed about the election E- signed the letter saying state. Legislatures could intervene. I disagree with him. But i think the world is jim demint and he's got a first class t morality. One of the things that they have wanted to do for years is to train staff members on being good inside congress. The establishment guys tend to develop staffers. Who get the inside baseball. Fundamentals and dynamics mark meadows is left the white house and he's moved over. What is the conservative partnership with jim. Demint essentially. it's it's a place where conservatives of different stripes can come and they can work together and find common ground but more particularly those who are interested in the day-to-day politics of capitol hill can go and they could become better and if you are at all interested in helping advance whatever you believe trumpism to be in. Multiple people have multiple different. You need to go to jim demint and you need to go to jim demint and you need to let them teach you how to be good on capitol hill. If you're a young person and you want to get involved in politics you need to go up there. Get trained on how to work on capitol hill. You go work on capitol hill and you need to become good county votes. You need to become good. At working behind the scenes to obstruct bad things..

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Polls show Trump is losing to Joe Biden

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:22 min | 9 months ago

Polls show Trump is losing to Joe Biden

"President trump, Joe Biden, spurring the economy, one of the areas where president trump still holds an advantage over Joe Biden. Let's talk about the race now on our roundtable joined by Chris Christie. RAHM Emanuel. Amanda Carpenter former top staffer for Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Jim Demint now congress at the Bulwark Anzor, Lena Maxwell senior director progressive programming for Sirius Xm author of the end of white politics. Welcome to all of you and Ramleh me begin with you Joe. Biden has about a nine point lead in national polls right now, leading in all the battleground states some Democrats. Now talking about going into George going into Texas, is that overconfidence. yes, and no I think on the straight point I always think. You have right now. Don't get confused with the national polls. They are very very good, but while he is the vice president is up in the battleground states. I would right now number one goal secure those top battleground states before you expand the field. Keep your eye on those opportunities that approach and I. Think Right now I wouldn't spiked the ball on the twenty yard line we. We know what happened. In Two thousand sixteen focus right now on securing Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Arizona. Florida the in North Carolina. That's what I would do, and then look strategically about which of those opportunities right now you have an election. George were the American. People basically want a president who solves problems and not be the source of problems, and that's the Opportunity Democrats have right now.

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"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"The scariest time I think since September eleventh that I've seen in. My country's history in my lifetime. and. We're going to push through it. I don't. I don't know how this ends, but it's all up to each of us as individuals have. You made the Covenant yet? Check it out. GLENNBECK DOT COM program. Right now if you're entering the real estate market as either a buyer or a seller, feel like you rolling the dice hoping against hope that you seven, but let's be honest in a way you are. There is no guarantee right now that the housing market is going to stay stable fact, it looks like house. Values are headed for a plunge in the not too distant future, maybe six months to a year round It'd be fine. Everything's GonNa be. Fine Don't worry everything's. So I started a group called real estate agents I trust about five years ago. Designed as a free service to you where why we connect you with the nation's top agents. I want you to do your own homework, but I want you also just to listen an interview, the people. That we'll send your way from real estate agents I trust dot com that we feel. They are the best ones in your area. You have to decide for yourself these to treat you right do the right thing. Get Your House sold fast and for the most amount of money. It's real estate agents. I trust, DOT, com..

"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

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"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Well some more people have been canceled Louis Farrakhan. Come out now and also said that he's never made an anti-semitic remark ever. And he can't understand why you know. People say that he so antisemitic, because if you if you believe that you just don't know him. Well. Louis I really don't know you at all, but I've got to stick to. Your Anti Semite and And the guy who is really becoming very popular at least. The nobody is saying that they're following the the teachings of Louis. Farrakhan, but it seems as though many Americans, and strangely. A lot of Democrats are following. Louis Farrakhan it least. They're using the same verbiage and the ever noticed that the masks come off where it used to be. How Dare you love my country? I don't want. To now this is the most racist evil country and we've got to transform it right now. Yeah. Not Me. I. Don't think you either. I would like to officially declare this space. The Virtual Alamo. We make our stand beginning in one minute. Is the Glenn Beck Program? They all lived in the Alamo right. They all day survived right, didn't they? I want to tell you about Yvonne. In California she and her husband their in their seventies like many people your age. They're finding out more and more. They wake up in the morning in pain and they still go to bed. Feeling it. Desperately, they tried potential solution after potential solution, but everything let them down at the end of the day. They were both still in pain well. Yvonne heard about relief factor when she was listening to the radio. Thank you on and. She decided to give it a try. What do I have to lose? Well not too long after they started taking it, they both began to notice things changing all of sudden, they weren't waking up in pain anymore. All of a sudden, they weren't going to bed in pain anymore. All of a sudden, they got their life back just like I did. May I highly recommend relieffactor? If you've been in pain? If you're in pain, now, don't live like that. I know you've probably tried. Everything and nothing has worked. You're like this isn't GonNa work at some dope on the radio talking about it. I know that's exactly what I felt. Call, eight, hundred, five,.

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"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"demint" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Hey It's Glen and listening to the Glenn Beck Program. If you like what you're hearing on this show, make sure you check out Pat. Gray unleashed its available. Wherever you download your favorite podcasts Jim. DEMENT is joining us now. Chairman of Conservative Party Partnership Institute. And author of saving America from socialism, former US congressman and or senator and and really. Truly one of the guys that was really one of the leading voices during the tea party movement. Welcome Jim Demint. How are you, sir? Hey Glen. It's been too long. Thanks for all you're doing the save our country, and and and to keep the ideas that work here in America out in front of folks, so hope to see you soon so. Jim. Let me ask you. Where where are your colleagues? In the Senate and the house? Standing up against all that is going on this is this is the most amazing well coordinated well-financed, easily trackable. Attempted coup against our nation that I have ever seen. Where are your former colleagues? I don't know. Glen and I'm very disappointed I mean I've been critical of Republicans before for not standing up. You mentioned the tea party. For the most part. The Republican Party just gave a big stiff arm to all those Americans, who just wanted responsible government and the government not invading their lives, but I mean they're Republicans around the country. A lot of some of the Republican governors are really pushing back understanding standing strong, but they're getting so much grief and I think that's why. Republicans in the House and the Senate are just hiding under their desks is because. They they don't feel like anybody's got their back, but they do their everybody. I'm talking to around the country. Saying what you're saying Glenn is why are Republicans standing up? Why aren't they getting? Trump's back when he's trying to push back against the left agenda as you said is very clearly trackable back to the big money and the socialist in our country, who really want to create chaos, so it will drive people into the arms of government. Jim Any doubt in your mind of the things that we talked about back in two thousand, eight, nine, the fundamental transformation, the Marxist revolutionary impact that all of this is happening right now. There's no question and that's why there's an urgency in in my mind and heart to talk about saving America. I've been warning about a you've been warning about it for over ten years and now. If you WanNa see what socialism looks like, just look look what's happening. under the guise this corona virus where the government is telling us what businesses can be open if we can go to church, who we who can meet with whether you can go to school and Americans have taken this largely. I think out of just. Being citizens and they they've kind of intimidated us in into being responsible, but I think more and more people are starting to see through it that this is just being used as a political ploy and. To try to take down trump and take down our way of life, so it's time for us to stand up. I think we're GONNA. See More Republicans who stand up I. Know some of them are in Washington but the the cameras don't find them. End Win A. Or somebody or Jim Jordan pushes back there generally in the media, so we've just got to figure out ways to make more noise, and you're one of the few people who actually does the research to track it back to show Americans. There's no mystery here. This is not spontaneous lighting. This is something that's been planned and coordinated, and they just wait for some kind of trigger to come after US and as I point out in in saving America from socialism is all these crisis or used by the tyrants by the socialist by the big government people to try to drive Americans into the arms of a bigger and bigger government. I mean it's amazing. Can you imagine Jim if the tea party? Have had a quarter of the support. That black lives matter and these radical mtpa even has a quarter of that support. What could've happened? We had the media the government everybody even the GOP against us, tearing US apart, and we still made an impact. I can't even the impact on what is happening with just our statues. With with the way everyone is reacting right now is going to last possibly forever. It is going to change the nation. Well When as you know that is is part of the history of of Marxist of socialist of tyrants to to destroy history, and and our school certainly haven't taught it now. People are growing up. Thinking America is evil and racist and then I can tell you. I've lived a long time, but there is no intentional. Systematic racism wept in America except in the Democrat Party that they use a strategy to get themselves elected, but it and we want to solve our problems. We we. We've got to stop blaming it on things that aren't the real cause of our problems, so that's what I'm trying to do now with his. His book in other ways and speaking. I know this what you're doing is if people don't understand how America works, and why it's so wonderful, and if they don't understand the threats that are all around us, then then you're not going to stand up and fight just going to go like sheep to the slaughter like we see some of our Republicans doing in Washington now, but I'm just trying to issue another wakeup. Call you issue a wake up call every day, but Hopefully our voices will combine with a lot of others. WE'LL GET AMERICANS to stand up as they always have to fight for their. Way Of line. So if they haven't stood up yet. Take it. It frightens me. What is it GonNa? Take to get people to stand up. What is the solution? What do you? How do you stand up Jim what what? What is the target? Because it's everywhere, it's everywhere. It is as one of the things I write about when if you think it's going to take a majority to change things, we'll never going to act, it's. Every individual can make a difference we we all have to go out whether it's at work or school, or whatever and began to speak up. The A lot of us are are intimidated I mean I. See it all around. People want to say this is crazy. I mean they're looking at things that are absurd and they're afraid to say. It's absurd because they're gonNA. Get pounded either. Either directly or through social media, but people have to have courage. We generally get the government we deserve, and so we've got to stir up. People and they've got to realize that we've gotTA. Stop looking to Washington, there are so many solutions education choice, other things that are happening at the state level that we have to just keep pushing There's more chance of doing something good. Good at the state level the right now than in wash them, but so but we can't give up. That's a whole last part of the book is plan. We've gotTA. Understand that we were republic were not a national democracy We've got to keep power as much as can at the state level. We've got to get states to push back against the federal government. We're seeing A. A little little of that with the code thing, and but now we get a.

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Robbie Robertson: Leader of The Band and Architect of Shangri La

Broken Record

08:55 min | 1 year ago

Robbie Robertson: Leader of The Band and Architect of Shangri La

"Here's Rick Rubin Malcolm Glad Well Bruce Adam from Shangrila speaking with the studios architect Robbie Robertson. We had a fantastic take the other day a year. And I'm when I was telling the stories of Shangri la you know stories he envisioned this place and built it and it was unbelievable and it was mine it it you know the other guys in the band thought this was a good. Hi Dear but from big pink to. Sammy Davis Junior's house to the worcester. We made these records in not not in studios in other places where there was an atmosphere and it could be our atmosphere and ours. Sounds you know now and every thing was not on somebody else's will way of doing of somebody else's wave likes. You know you would go into the studio Rodeo. And there'd be these used to be these union guys they'd be like Oh looks like it's lunchtime or like what are you talking about lunchtime. We're we're you know we're about to do something something and and they'd be an IV. Like I I don't know this should be louder than don't touch that you know. Yeah so I don't want that I. Ah I don't WanNa do that so I said what we're going to do is we're going to make these clubhouse these workshop these studios does things that is our world and arm music are sound and whether it was true or not. I believed that that it gave it a character and a saying which it did for better or worse. What's what's interesting about? That too. Is that now. It's become more the norm. Yeah Ah that that said when you did it technologically. It was much more difficult to do like when you did it. You needed big studio equipment like today. People people can do it on their laptops so they can. It's easier to make that jump but when you did it. The infrastructure involved was not easy to pull off. It was unheard of except for Les. Paul Les Paul said. I'm going to build studio at my house and I'm GonNa Build an Echo Chamber into the side of this hill right. And he was going to do all of these things. I had an argument demint the other day with Van Morrison about being able to do this kind of thing and because he was saying I only liked the play live just with my band and I go in and we sing and they play this song and we can capture a moment. We've all done that. I know it really well. I played Ricksen music the other day. That was all like first or second takes in it. Was You know songs you've heard. Yeah sounds you've heard a lot so so anyway so van saying it's gotta be live and it's got to be governed by and that's the way it used to be in a way of being I said what about less paw. Aw He overdubbed. He made things he played on top of himself. He doubled tracked. Things invented it so so van says I know but he was magic you recorded at. Sammy Davis Junior House. Yes we made the band album. The brown album And we rented. Sammy Davis Junior House in the Hollywood sunset is at plaza in the Hollywood hills. And we all stayed in the House for the family and we turn the pool house where he used to have have his. Party's with Frank Sinatra the rat back and all these people we turn that Pool House into his studio and the record company Penny thought. This was the worst idea they ever heard. I thought this was ridiculous. He said Dr Fifteen minutes. We have the best studio in the world here. Franks not for records year right all of this stuff and I was like no no no. This is a different thing and finally finally they were like okay. Okay I guess I don't know what you're doing and it's probably going to be bad but serious June didn't show up in another another. Sammy Davis Junior. He owned he still owned the House. He didn't live there so the magic him like he lived there. Stepping in on one of your according to what the House was built lower. You go into the the bathroom in the sink was down here and it was. Everything was built to his specifications you know and and I it seemed like this is great. This is great. Sammy's world's amazing. And so we recorded the album there and then we mix it or we're going to mix the record and there's this guy in New York. Toni Mae was his name and he had mixed the is the brothers. It's your thing. Do what you WanNa they do. So it was such a great sounding record we said wow. Let's see we can get Tony Maiden Mick says and he worked with Phil Ramone and all these people are which so anyway comes in and he puts up the tapes and everything and he says These tapes are awful. I'm going to have to do a lot of work. Arcand this and I thought I don't know if I like that. So anyway. He did a mix. There was not what I wanted at all. It's not the way I heard it all so anyway we're like thanks. Tony See You know and on which songs with these these were on the band album was the night they drove old. DIXIE DOWN UP ON CRIPPLE CREEK Whispering Pines on was wrong with his mixes his mixes were a trying to make this slick and bright and end and there was a witness to it. There was a muddiness to it that that suited the music it was earthy and I I want it that right. But he didn't get the joke so that was okay so I went and mixed the album with guy another another guy at the at the the old Jerry Ragavan said factory in New York this guy of mixed the album we mixed at the guys in the band. We were all in their the in God at the way that that I wanted so we get it and then it's like okay. The guy the mastering in guy his name is Bob Ludwig. You GotTa get him to master your record. So we take the record to Bob. Ludwig and and He puts you know he puts on the tape the mixes and everything and he says Oh boy is like Toni. May He's like I don't know I'm GONNA try see if I can fix this or save this and I'm like That's really depressing. So I go on I tell the other guys I said. I don't know we might have done this all wrong. Everybody's saying it's it's terrible and that you know so the net. I don't know a couple of days later. Bob Ludwig calls me and he says I am such an an idiot. I am such a fool. I didn't get it I so get it. This is maybe be the most interesting record I've ever heard. He said I'm so sorry. And he told me Bob Ludwig he said I made the same mistake when sly stone brought me. There's a riot going on. I thought that that was a big mistake. Sue Two and he said and then I realized it you know I had to accept it the way that I accepted your record and So I was like 'cause I thought he was right hit on and if he had a state with that I don't know what would have happened. So he you you know he mastered at hardly did anything to it in in the mastering and it was just one of those things it was a homemade saying it did have that character to it and that was part of its

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Satellite Constellations and the Future of Astronomy

Astronomy Cast

11:11 min | 1 year ago

Satellite Constellations and the Future of Astronomy

"We are back at the American Astronomical Society Meeting in Honolulu Hawaii and and we last episode. We talked about the big controversy of the construction of the thirty meter telescope. Here on the on the Hawaiian islands the Bit other big controversy. That's going on is of course. The starling constellation and literally just a couple of days ago. SPACEX launched launched the third batch of starling satellites another sixty satellites into space. And I it is safe to say. Hey that astronomers are outraged. I think that's an under Sabin. Yeah and there. There were three different arguments. Demint put forward and I have to admit at the top of this episode. I am somewhat biased. I desperately want to see the digital divide to be overcome and low cost Internet Internet to be available globally and Starlink promises. That and so a lot of what we're GONNA talk about. Today the issue comes down to whether or not you trust. Trust Elon. Musk to actually implement the low cost in the low cost Internet so the three arguments that we heard today against Starlink And one was a cultural problem of old but the children if you see satellite zipping around in the sky will people still fall in love with the stars. Will your experience visiting a dark sky site. Turn you off to astronomy if you see satellites and the cry of outrage. We heard was that people won't be inspired by the sky if they see manmade objects now I have to admit I distinctly remember exactly exactly where I was the first time I saw satellite. I I was up in the mountains of the caucuses camping beside a glacier and and I was sitting on a rock all by myself because being a teenager is hard and I was fifteen and sometimes you need to sit on a rock by yourself from your fifteen and and the satellite. I just saw something moving in the sky and I realized what it was and that realization of I'm alone on orrock beside a glacier but there's a satellite moving through my stars that at the age of fifteen was amazing moment and this idea that satellites make it impossible for people to fall in love with the stars. I I don't think that's the case. But it was one of the arguments arguments put forward and getting together to the second but but sort of like from a practical technical standpoint win. The starlings are first launched launched. They are actually very bright there about magnitude two or three which makes them easily visible to the unaided eye from many spots on the earth and they look like this train of moving across the sky. Call this this string of pearls and end and then as the starlings raise their altitude up to their final position of about five hundred fifty kilometers altitude the dimmed back to about a five magnitude which is at the very limits of the human. I can see in Nice dark dark skies and and but of course in the eyes of a of an astronomer that is incredibly bright. Eight of fifth magnitude star is very bright star in in the eyes of telescope and then the other problem is that when when when they pass across the sky they will really only be visible to astronomy when they are low on the on the horizon during the summer months. So when it's when the night is the longest the night is the shortest. You're going to get really. You're only going to be able to see these satellite right. Aided the right after twilight and right before sunrise. And and that's it you have to be and then for the for the rest of the night there won't be any satellites delights but as the nights get longer the satellites get brighter over C- over the entire night sky and so they're anticipating baiting that over some of the the big observatories in Chile and in the Northern Hemisphere. When you're in the middle of the longest nights you're gonNA see these? These satellites run across the entire sky. So so there's no question that these are going to be very bright objects that are going to move through your field of view and I leave streaks and one of the things that people keep bringing up is there's already thousands of pieces of stuff. There's eighteen thousand thousand tracked pieces that you can pull from the database right now. Eighteen thousand seven. I think you can pull from the database and you can track the position using celestis and other other things like that. Yeah so there you know we know and to adding another twelve hundred. which is the goal for link? So so let's narrow this down even further so there's eighteen thousand things up there. Prior to the launch of Starlink only two hundred objects were naked eye visible. So Oh you can only look up two hundred different things in heavens above and go outside and see them with the unaided eye with Starlink. They're adding well over for a thousand by the end of this year to the list of things that will be visible to the unaided eye and its brightness that is really the problem. I was an observational astronomer. For a number of years before realizing I am the rain God in those years years that are as an observational astronomer. I had myriad satellites go through my images but because they were low brightness objects there'd there'd be the straight line of pixels that well I couldn't see stars in but that line was the size on the sky. I that the satellite was on the sky. We starlink what's happening is these well captured. photons that are reflected off of the satellite delight. There are so many of them that they saturate the pill pixels spill over to adjacent pixels wiping out a larger swath of your detector than the satellite alone would wipe out. And when you saturate a pixel that saturation can cause the next. Several images to have ghosts hosts of that satellites passage still visible so not only. Are you wiping out. A larger percentage of pixels with that satellite but you're wiping them out across multiple images. Yeah and and so you know a lot of these these these satellites as they pass the field of view view can overwhelm the sensor and essentially make an entire observing frame worthless and the speed that they're moving is of great concern into these dreamers as they as they move through it's about. How quickly is this thing moving through your field of view? And how long do you have to not be able to take data data while this while the satellite is is moving through so so they're they're quite concerned just about overall in the time domain as well and of course the the big observatory that's going to be the most effective is the newly renamed. That's a different controversial. I know that's like a third the Third Controversy Jersey. We won't get into that but the newly but we. I think we can all agree. That the Vera Rubin Observatory is a wonderful Navarine Observatory and that is going to be the. That's that's going to be the facility that's going to be deeply affected because it just is staring wide eyed at the sky for all all night capturing as much as they can as deeply as a canon so every frame is GonNa have starlings and one ebbs and all this past them and this is this this is a problem of because it has a giant field of you. The probability that there's going to be a Starlink in any one image goes up if you have a small field of view. There's the potential that you can time your images to avoid having star Lincoln them but because this is a huge field of view. You your ability to do. That is greatly reduced. And they're going to end up picking up. STARLA starlings left and right and here's a question starts to become one of mitigation so folks are working with spacex to see okay. What do we need to do to reduce the brightness of these objects so that they aren't blowing out the detectors? Yeah there's more than that so so Someone from spacex actually gave a presentation this morning and that was actually a bit of a surprise and they didn't do a very good job of letting us know that this is is going to happen. There weren't a lot of people we have the whole ballroom and there wasn't a lot of people they're listening to her her talk. They mentioned essentially a couple of mediation strategy. So the first first thing is with this first launch they have. They've applied some darkening materials to one of the sixty satellites to see if the some of their ideas to make them to have a lower Albedo lower flexibility. And before you laugh at the fact that it's only one the thing you have to take into mind mind is these suckers were already largely built in preparation and turning around and re fabricating that takes time and so my suspicion. My hope is that that they were only able to fabricate one with the new materials fast enough to be able to test and I think it's you know. No this is how you perform an experiment right. Is You you isolate. The variable does putting all this material on one of the satellites make darker than the rest and and we'll find out what happened happens so so that's the first thing they did is experimenting and and this is a good sign. I mean this is like literally. This is the first time I think that any satellite constellation Elation has ever had a conversation with Strana mors and said what can we do to minimize our impact on your science. I don't there's you know the two hundred others others that we mentioned plus all the eighteen thousand. No one's ever tried to make them not bright in the eyes of strimmers so till the first strategy is to try at a paint them so there will be the second thing is to provide an open source real time. Location of all of the satellites in the Constellation and to communicate with the other networks. And anyone out there. Who is who is going to be relying on knowing the position? These starlink so in theory as the as the Constellation gets built your of your telescope operator. You're going to know when a Starlink is going to be passing through your detector and you'll be able to shut detector down. Wait for the starling. Pass opened the doctor again. And continue to get your to get your

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The Jedi Battle

Squawk Pod

04:00 min | 1 year ago

The Jedi Battle

"Cloud wars Amazon strikes back over. The Jed by Amazon says that it is challenging the Pentagon's Award of cloud contract. That could be worth up to ten billion dollars to Microsoft. It's accusing the government of what it calls. Deficiencies sees errors and unmistakable bias during the bidding process. Amazon machine is the front runner for the defense contract. which is known as Jedi back in August? President Trump said that Amazon's Amazon's bid for the contract was under review after complaints by other companies. It was later awarded to Microsoft Amazon. said it would have been challenging for a US agency to to be objective in the contract process after the president disparaged Amazon and CEO. Jeff Bezos at a news conference today and South Korea Defense Secretary Marquess rejected any suggestion of bias. In that decision I have not heard that recent claim by whoever made it with regard to the competition Second can as you know. I recused myself from involvement on the competition but I am confident that it was conducted freely and fairly without any type of outside influence as as I mentioned. He removed himself from reviewing the deal because his son works for IBM which also bid for that contract view have looked into what both probably looked in. It's a very long drawn out story that was initiated by Oracle and it was thirteen months ago and Microsoft thirteen months ago could not have gotten it. But but they've almost got to the highest level of security now cert- sick they've also designed some that's supposedly really good. There's also a lot of criticism about the revolving door nature sure of Amazon's relationship with the Defense Department which IBM and Oracle both were squawking about any of that trump cover even if he did do it. Because of this. It definitely cannot prove the conundrum here the entire that we shouldn't be even having a conversation about welcome how a political process right corrupted these government contracts. And unfortunately that's where we are at. We've talked about it on the show before. There's this book speechwriter Ryder where he gets the phone call. We're maddest gets a phone call literally from the President and the President says on the phone how. How do we screw Amazon out of this? That's not there you think that. If if Jeff Bezos didn't want any appearance of any any of these problems do you think it was a good idea to buy the post in the first place vanity I as a vanity project. Actually if you're a shareholder of Amazon you could make the argument if you wanted to that. The purchase of the Washington Post has made Amazon's life more complicated. Now at the same time you can make the reverse argument demint. You could make the reverse argument that this is actually given Amazon more power more sway and more influence so I could make. I could argue this both ways in the same way magic magic that the president will argue the Pentagon. There's so much going in to discount. Saadi is you know F- tier and they're they've got fifteen percent market share Amazon's four whatever it is and there. We know how far try and how many strides they're making valid points. It would be much cleaner or if we didn't have to deal with the appearance of the other things that the Pentagon decided. They're going to get a single contract they're all fragmented so there's all these legacy guys like or corn IBM IBM. They're all getting getting a piece of the pie so they're going to. Suddenly they designed this whole thing around Amazon because of all the Amazon employees that are now or vice versa all the revolving evolving so that could stink to high heaven. You think Amazon does everything aboard all the time you you did you get talking points. Last night. I did not get talking. Points just knew what I was going to be up against. I knew I knew what the knee jerk reaction was. Egypt reacted to even have a conversation. I'm just saying that that Microsoft is a great company and just say Oh immediately that they cheated because president because trump eight. That's not fair to

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"demint" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"demint" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"From there on the right seven seven three eight one three eight one one you know one of the great conservatives of our era here is Jim DeMint Jim DeMint former senator former congressman successful businessman but more than all that one of the great conservative activists and thinkers and it's a pleasure to have with me Jim how are you Sir mark I couldn't be better and I'm honored to be back on your show thanks for what you do every day thank you and you you've written a great book with Rachel Brevard conservative knowing what to keep now why do you feel we needed a book like this in our time I think I know why but what what is your what is your motivation well most of the country call themselves conservatives but we don't really know what it means mark and it's much more than just politics or policies or even the people who call themselves conservatives it's it's all those things we want to keep that make life worth living that make life better our country better and we I don't want to forget about that in the middle of the fight as we look at what's going on in Washington this isn't about trial he's being attacked because he's standing for a lot of those things that the left came standard they want to throw it all out the window but if we're going to build a an American movement what we call a conservative movement we've got to know what we're fighting for people even attack the word conservative and the phrase conservative movement these days who used to claim to be conservative how do you figure that out well I know we were called hateful bigoted every bad words you can attach to it but all of us are conservative at heart mark because we want to keep those things that matter to us and what we're we need to do is apply that to our lives our communities but also to politics but the whole second half of the book about conservatism is the left and the people who want to take these things away and what what is what are their real motives it's it's you know it's hard to say I've been up there twenty years but it becomes clear after twenty years the folks on the left they want to take all the things away that make freedom work in America they want centralized power they want socialism you talk about it every every day but what we tried to do in the book is to put it in broader terms than just politics or one politician the books not about Donald Trump the Donald Trump is a big part of this battle from between the left and the right and the reason people hate him more than anybody else is he's one of the few that's ever stood up to what they're trying to do in Washington and I do like your your point which is it's really a book about conservatism in the opposite to conservatism income leftism liberalism whatever it is it some ism but you write about faith and you write about traditions in institutions and all these things were trying to protect and they're trying to destroy give us some examples well it would surprise most people that a lot of what we do is bring Ford what Russell Kirk talked about back in the nineteen fifties he talked about freedom is contingent on this idea of believing and a transcendent order it's not forcing anyone religion on people or even that you have to have religion but he had noted through history that people can only live free if they hold themselves accountable to a a transcendent moral order and we talk about that and how it applies to politics we we talk about keeping our faith but it's not about the government forcing a religion on people but the fact that we are free to practice all the different face in America and the third chapter of mark is about keeping our differences it drives me nuts to hear the left talk about diversity when they're the most intolerant people of diversity that you can imagine Russell Kirk said we need to celebrate and promote our differences and that means you have to have decentralized power you have to let people do their own thing and I just think if people take the time to read a book like this they'll get a different perspective of what the fight is all about and how we can be more constructive.

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545 - Is Red Meat Killing Us or Making Us Stronger?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:28 min | 1 year ago

545 - Is Red Meat Killing Us or Making Us Stronger?

"For the last two weeks the nutrition world has been consumed by a rancorous debate triggered by the publication of a highly controversial and hotly can tested paper in the annals of internal medicine an international team of researchers undertook what they're pitching as the largest and most rigorous analysis date of the effects of red meat consumption on human health according to their analysis the evidence that current consumption is causing harm or that reduced using our consumption of red meat would lower risks is too weak and uncertain to justify the recommendation that people should eat less red meat this as you might imagine has provoked a massive counter protest from the experts and institutions that have been counseling us to eat less red meat as they have been telling any media outlet that will listen the evidence linking red meat consumption to harm is overwhelming and unambiguous and to suggest otherwise they say is not just an attack on public health but also on the public's trust in nutrition science and research at its heart this demint is really about methodology how we gather data how we analyze it and how that gets translated into recommendations nutrition research is notoriously challenging and expensive to conduct and interpret it can take a really long time off in decades for our food choices the twins late into health outcomes the amount of calcium you get in your teens for example directly affects your risk of osteoporosis but not for another seventy years a change in diet may raise or lower your risk of colon cancer but it might take fifteen to twenty years for that to be revealed and then there's the fact that we don't all respond the same way to the same diets due to genetic and EPA genetic factors in order to detect any signal in all that noise you have to study lots of people for a long period of time and as a result most human dietary studies involve free living subjects and they rely on people's ability to be call as well as their willingness to report. Chris is Louie what and how much the eight over the last twenty four hours or thirty days or twelve months it's not a perfect way to collect data there are also a ridiculous number variables we eat three or four or more times a day we may eat dozens of different foods over the course of a typical week and hundreds of different foods over the of course of typical year we eat those foods prepared and dozens of different ways and thousands of different combinations other variables include sleep stress actively levels exposure to environmental pathogens all of which generally change over time so how do we capture or control for all of that and then when it comes time to map all of that dietary information onto our health outcomes well which of the thousands of different markers measures signs symptoms and states of health are we monitoring and how do we compare and combine the results of one study with another that chose sleep different set of things to measure suffice it to say that human nutrition research does not lend itself to tidy data sets and airtight conclusions there's a lot of interpretation required in fact it's possible to make the data say pretty much anything you want them to and the fact is that researchers have biases which influence how they interpret the data all of us including researchers tend to look for evidence to confirm what we already believe is true and reasons to discount evidence that undermines our beliefs if your family has been raising beef cattle for rations or you've made your career advocating for a high protein diet or you just love steak you're probably going to be predisposed to believe leave evidence showing that red meat is helpful if you grew up believing that eating animals is morally wrong or you've stake your career or your reputation superiority of plant based diets or you sell lentils for a living you're more likely to see the flaws in that same

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"demint" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"demint" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Today on the news and why it matters Donald Trump is escalating has called to investigate Joe Biden and the joker the movie. The joker gets caught in the crossfire of woke culture got a lot coming up starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters I am. Sarah Gonzales today joined by Chad Prater Chad prey their political cowboy Chad. Pray there. Thank you for being here. We are joined by two people on their maiden voyage on the show former South Carolina Senator Jim Demint senators wonderful. It'll be with ink you for being here or honored. We are honored and Rachel Bavard you now. You Guys Co wrote a book. That was just released last week. It's called conservative -servative knowing what to keep you got it and it's available on anywhere on Amazon whenever you can you can you give us just a little just a quick brief brief synopsis of what the readers can expect yeah. We'll everybody's trying to define. What is conservative? What are conservatives add left Lexa. Tell us where racists and bigots and hateful people and the right even I think they're trying to figure out what conservatives Danforth so. We really took the opportunity to update Russell kirks conservative mind and rearticulating for this modern moment. It is so needed at this point in time. got a lot to get into today. I we want to thank our sponsor relief factor so my son son was sick last night and I ended up laying in his bed with him for way too long and I woke up and I was like I need to take my relief factor right now because my back was killing me. I felt like I was a hundred years old. If you are one of the millions of Americans who just you just walk around all day in pain you're just in constant pain and you just think well this is life. This is getting older or this is what life is like after an accident or whatever your case may be. It doesn't have to be that way. Relief factor is one hundred percent drug free. I know a lot of you out there like one hundred percent drug-free especially you men out there who don't like to do the natural stuff. I mean tell you it's no joke it works. It targets the inflammation in your body. which most of the time is the root cause of the pain need we have had so many listeners so many viewers reach out to us and tell? US relief factor changed my life. It can change yours too. If you have not tried it. You gotta go to relieffactor after DOT COM. Get that three week. Quick Start Pack. It is only nineteen ninety five by that point in time. If you try it for three weeks you will know if it will work for you if if it does you're out of pain and it changes your life if it doesn't.

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"demint" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"demint" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"To agree with socrates than continue further every debate me man's dream socrates is cancelled. Guys socrates is cancelled. It's it's just this is so insane his but there is a deep agenda. Okay the cheaper agenda is we can't have discussions right. That really is the deeper agenda if you call for reasonable discussion. It's because you're not eh also. If you say what's discuss or debate it's because you're like socrates and saw socrates was a pre nazi nazi in other words. There is no argument demint to be had with you because the very the very fact that you are asking for reasonable conversation shows how unreasonable you are easy and very fact that i refused to engage with shows how reasonable i am on the left because premise reinforced. You're a bad person guys and then when all of us out here or like okay well. I guess we can have a conversation with like well now. You don't wanna have a conversation with me. You bad people you obviously. This is not good for the country. It's actually kind of dangerous to suggest that every one of your political opponents actually is a white supremacist just for wanting a reasonable conversation or that if somebody says you know what you have a different idea than i do. Let's get together and discuss it or debated. Publicly that is inherently an act a violent male oppression. How the hell do you think republicanism works. The discussions are inherently but this is unfortunately becoming a thing on the left and i'll provide provide you a perfect example his. There's a really fascinating study that came out yesterday. I knew about the study a few weeks in advance because i actually talked with one of the people who helped conduct the study who is not on the political right well. This study was all about the genetics of same sex sexuality now. My perspective has always been that homosexuality homosexual selectivity in orientation that this was like most human activity a combination of genetics and environment. I was never a believer because the evidence did not support it that your quote unquote born this way in a binary way meaning that genetics determines one hundred percents of your sexual orientation. I think for some people that may be true. I think for the broad majority of people that is not true that that genetics interact with environment interact with epigenetics and you come out come out right. I mean that's that's that seems like a perfectly reasonable position. Given the fact that there are already twin studies studies that showed that among genetically identical twins only half of those genetically identical twins ended up either both straight or both gay right there when you had one gay twin half the time on the other twin was straight which suggests obviously that this is not genetically encoded the same way that for example race would be if you are genetically identical one of your black genetically identical the other one of you won't be black right. I mean that's just the way that genetics works. Okay so this new study comes out and the new study basically suggests that this stuff is kinda nuanced just like most things in life and this should not be particularly controversial frankly. This should not be like a big deal. Because what exactly does it undermine i mean. Is it the suggestion question now that we should prosecute people again for homosexual activity like that that doesn't undermine the libertarian argument that if you're doing something consensual that doesn't harm anybody else..

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Why More Female Celebs Married to Men Are Saying They Are Not Straight

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Why More Female Celebs Married to Men Are Saying They Are Not Straight

"Juliana huff sorry. I don't know these people's names. Gillian huck is talking about how she's come. Out is not straight now. Miley cyrus has never been shy about discussing her own personal sexuality in two thousand fifteen. The wrecking ball singer said i don't associate men and protection necessarily. I wonder if her security agents are male ya they. They probably are as we talked about earlier. It's primarily demint doing the defending against primarily other men. That's actually has too many women stalking her after shows to attack her. It may happen but primarily is going to be other men men that her security team is protecting her from and <hes> generally. You're not gonna find security teams comprised of women too often it would be mostly a publicity city studt mostly. There was an african king who put together a crew of sort of you know warrior women to protect him interest think but i suspect it's the start of the random tidbits of information floating around in your head when you're a super genius like i am fair point yeah. I don't associate men in protection necessarily in a time magazine interview. I think that <hes> that's given me the openness of sexuality okay <hes> <hes> so you don't have to necessarily associate protection with your sexual partner. Certainly not i get the how that would be the case but chances are good. If miley cyrus employs security or somebody's employs security for miley cyrus the chances. This is our that that security is. I don't know ninety five percent male. I also would not want to be involved with someone who could not protect me in the event that i needed protecting well. It's not a common occurrence and obviously if i was with a woman i would expect to primarily the one protecting. Oh i see so you're being tracked so this is just a sexist view of yours that if you're with a man you want the man to protect you but if you <hes> with a woman when you want to protect the woman is i'd say i would want to protect the woman. Is you know i would expect to it would be the default assumption that if somebody the break into the house i would be the one confronting that person agreed yeah. I can see how that would be <hes> shortly after it was announced that cyrus and her her husband liam hemsworth were splitting up photos of singer kissing a woman in italy made the tabloid rounds gee. I wonder i bet that didn't do anything bad for cyrus career but even before the break-up cyrus embraced her non heterosexual identity and l.'s august cover story in language that echoed some ship ship them responsibility for her sexuality and marriage choices cyrus noted that she made a partner decision by choosing to marry hemsworth in late. Two two thousand eighteen is it. It's blake two thousand nineteen. Now i i mean why does anyone care these people. That can't put together a one year <hes> marriage what they have to say about this stuff all right go ahead because they're bored. You finally cyrus liam guy. I was looking at about their relationship relationship over the break. They've been on and off on the on again off again since like two thousand twelve okay. Is he a good looking man. Apparently i mean did you see pictures. I saw a little tiny any boca on my tablet would think might. I don't know what he looks like. Thank you for taking one for the team. I do not want any amount of my brain. Cells devoted to the relationship history three of miley cyrus so thankful that you did. That's how i don't have to yeah. Let's see. She says she's not a decision for the person that she has her back. Most of the time no they they they have been they've been together and apart they'd be back and forth on and off again for years. O'keefe breath cyrus thoughtfully explains how her sexuality is both distinct from an influences her definition of what a relationship looks like doc. That's thoughtful holiday being someone who takes such pride and individuality and freedom and being a proud member of the l._g._b._t._q. Not q. plus

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Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal Khashoggi

FT News

09:55 min | 1 year ago

Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal Khashoggi

"I'm with ruler Caliph the deputy editor of the F. T. and she's had recently rather astonishing interview. She met recently Hattie's challenges who of course found herself at the center of an international drama indeed something of a horror story last October. This is when the young Turkish academic were seen waiting outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for her fiance who never appeared that man of course was the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi details of whose murder at the hands of Saudi the thugs would leak out over the coming days and weeks so so really just start by telling us. What is the state of the investigation into Khashoggi's death? Well depends what you mean by investigation and which investigation in Saudi Arabia Arabia a group of people are being put on trial but we know very little about this trial elsewhere. There has been a U._N.. report by a U._N.. Expert on the murder however that report does not or have any legal basis it only makes recommendations and it has recommended an impartial international investigation for that to happen however you would need you on Security Council approval and I don't expect that exactly exactly 'cause you're touching on the really important point of the sort of full out of this whole saga namely. It doesn't look as if we're going to be many repercussions for the Saudi regime does it and why is that. I think that there were initially some repercussions for the. The Saudi regime mainly reputational a lot of business. People and political figures stayed away from Saudi Arabia. There was a bit conference. That was a flop but I think over time things of return to normal. I don't think the reputation of the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman the man we know as and BS will ever really fully recover but I think that once Western governments and especially the U._S. government can't say that doing business with Saudi Arabia's fine he was for example at the g twenty in fact Saudi Arabia is going to be hosting the g twenty next year that is kind of rehabilitation Saudi Arabia hosting the g twenty year stunning given all that happened and imagine particularly appalling news for your lunch companion. The other day had tease Chang who is campaigning passionately for Kashoggi's motorists to be brought to justice. is is Here a clip now so I want to know who gave the order to kill them out and who else knew I want to know. Where is his body? I implore you to take action darkness essay. It is time for sanctions so that was her tease. Chang is speaking at the U._N.. Human Rights Council in Geneva last month. The Agnes was referring to as Agnes Calamar the special reporter on extrajudicial killings who had in fact just revealed called the results of this investigation you talking about ruler which found quote credible evidence clothes quotes that senior Saudis implicated in Mr Kashoggi's murder but let's turn to at t's challenges this was a powerful and really poignant. Poignant interview you had to do rule tell us what impression did you make. It was obviously a painful interview. It's painful for her to speak about Sharma but I think she's also now very driven. She is so frustrated by the silence she so frustrated by the fact that there has been no action that she's now turned this into her mission. Jomo Hachioji was essentially fighting for human rights. It's this is what he was writing about and she now feels that she has to take up that fight as I write in my lunch with the F. T. she now knows that she is part of the story. She's been studying the Middle East for a long time and now she feels that she's become one of its victims and there are so many of them so she was fighting back tears the whole lunch at one point when she tells me about the nights when she knew for sure that Jamal was dead. That's when her tears came rushing down one of the many things that struck me about her accounting hug conversation with you was relatively brief had in her relationship with Jamalco. Gee I mean they don't known each other for a few months. I wonder if you could just say a little bit about how they met in the nature of their relationship yes they only met in May of last year they met at a conference about the Gulf in Istanbul. Jamaa was speaking at that conference and she had only known him as someone who should seen on T._v.. She'd read him. She was very interested in Saudi Arabia and she was very keen to interview him about what. What was going on in Saudi Arabia what he was writing about and so she just goes up to him and introduces herself and says can we talk? Can you give me a few minutes and she speaks to him in Arabic because she speaks pretty fluent Arabic and I think that impresses impresses Jamal and so they meet up he asks her by Turkish awesome about Saudi and then she contact him again to tell him when the story is going to be published and two. I think check some quotes that's next time he goes to Turkey. They meet up again but this was a very quick romance in many ways but from what she told me this also has to do with the fact that Jemaah was in a very uncomfortable place ace at the time he was sort of looking for a new life. He'd been exiled in the U._S.. He was on his own so he was looking for a companion and he was very depressed and I think that they found in each other. You know the person she understood him. He understood her and so yes. This was a marathon romance. When he was murdered? He was writing columns for the Washington Post but as his then fiancee points out in this interview he actually in previous part of his life. He'd been an advisor to some members of the Saudi Royal Family Herself says in this interview one of the many powerful lines she says Jamal was from the palace not from outside it. He was not their enemy. Can you tell us why were they so frightened of him. Why did they have to kill him well? It's a very good question Alec. I don't think that anyone really knows why they were so frightened of him but it is also possible that they weren't that frightened of him. They had a strategy. Ah of silencing anyone who was critical of the Crown Prince Jamal wasn't the only one many of journals friends who stayed in Saudi Arabia are in jail and this new regime demint Saudi Arabia requires not only that you don't criticize they require that you approve the reason Jamal had left was because he did not want to engage and to support award a very hostile strategy towards cutter he was required to write in support of the strategy and that's where he drew the line and so there is such an intolerance that even someone who is only a writer actually not a writer who schooling for revolution a writer who wants Saudi Arabia to correct and to move on a better path. I mean you can even argue that much of what he was. Writing was advice to the crown prince but there is zero tolerance. It's not going to be easy for her. T snow is it nearly a year has passed as you said earlier for some parts of the sort of Western business in foreign policy establishment is not quite business as usual but they are going to re apply some of those ties to Saudi. What do you see happens to her now to? She pursue this cause at U._N.. How does she make any headway? I found and her to be very determined. I think that she wants to use the Kalama a report to try to put pressure on Western governments but may be more broadly she. Will become a voice that is just fighting for human rights at some point. I imagine she would even have to address that in Turkey. Because of course there are a lot of journalists who are jailed elden Turkey for hottest today. Her cause is Jamal but I think that she may also in the future want to broaden her course that it's not Jamaa and the Truth About Jamaa which I'm sure she will continue to fight for but YEP. She may very well be campaigner for human rights all is thrust upon her shoulders after just knowing him for a few months extraordinary I think we should end with a clip from Matisse which is also something of a call to arms from in her and she said this at the U._N.. Session in Geneva last month echoing what she said to you in this remarkable interview it's not only my below Jamal who was more that they but also democracy human rights and freedoms the failure to punish murderers F._X.. Also Mr Chair the truth always wins. He's story. We'll take note of those who stood with through and those who did not police take action.

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"demint" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"demint" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Within Australian allies demint are they played two sets at a little more in the Dow has taken the first two six one six two and leads to love in set number three playing at Rod Laver Arena. The two time defending champion the three seed Roger Federer with an earlier victory advancing for the fourth round after knocking out American Taylor Fritz that's the bad news for American men's tennis. The good news is Francis. CFO onto the fourth round for the first time in his career TI four wins a five setter against Andreas Seppi now on the women's side American Sloan Stevens and Danielle college picking up third round victories also winning for the United States. Seventeen year old. Amanda, Anita Simova beating aria satellite and afterward. Simova sounding like a veteran in her post-match interview. This is amazing. I've had such a great week fair. I've had so much fun playing out here in Auburn was amazing. I can't wait to play my next round. But just believing in myself and trusting my game just has really helped me to speak. You could check out all of the action all the matches on ESPN's coverage. I ball to last ball coverage. It's on ESPN two the ESPN app and ESPN plus top twenty five college basketball from Thursday, number five Gonzaga over loyal and never six. Michigan state beach, Nebraska, seventy to sixty four is your final. Hey, it's amino acid in the long awaited return of black. And my day comes to you on Friday. I'll be an all show with Dan. We'll be joined by Tim Legler. That's on the Dan lebatardshow.

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"demint" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Grab your seats right now three twenty three with demint's indoor basically taking your weather and road reports on how things are where you are and helps people who were just did not work committee after go out so you can call it into one eight hundred two eight three one at one point five and also if anybody cares to tell us why are you on the road is simply you couldn't get out of work place opened up had become home because the governor while not declaring a travel ban was urging everyone this morning please don't drive if you do not abso have to be on the road now is the governor going to write your boss a note no it up i mean the only time i get angry if anybody is you know well i just wanted to go out for a coffee is like okay that you don't need but most of us if you have the kind of job you gotta be to what else you can mary on seventy eight you're on new jersey wanna one point five right um i'm try being west some seventy eight we're at a standstill now was um i guess some west of extra thirty three i came from newark and it just got progressively worse and worse where we're down to one lane for a while and now work two lanes but the two outer lane centre lane has like a a pile of snow in it hm all those sitting here looking out it's beautiful just snow falling is beautiful but it's uh uh i look um while i was driving i looked back near a back window in a car spun around right behind me gene that is yeah we heard bad things about seventy eight earlier as well mary.

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"demint" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In chicago twenty five one iran over the glue demint sub the paul on there arifin famous liu demon lumps year today it is there alumni dave barca why are one of their two retired numbers in the jersey's is here today is number twenty four was retired george mike him can't make it today all number ninety nine yup these set the standard for the big man back in the fifties no doubt former laker great the paul will have the basketball out of the tie about 25 21seat hall cain will throw in from the right baseline with 22 on the shot clock looking around rose along out to mccallum it'll set it up guarded by kale waits for he paid off the sirous and out of struse still between the circles eleven to shoot right went to can't a long time to get into their offense entry passed out a march squares up for a 12foot are no good at rebound snatched dabbi kale here come the pirates up four with the ball seven thirty five and a half sadago swings the right side the powell comes beyond a screen gives on his left for carrington garretson gets a screen from the book alive really thinks about split in the defenders instead gets to decide or on the pick and roll is pop no good but he got fouled nice kotkai mamuka lashed verily in a good look by carrying in mccallum commits the foul his first sandra book alive really getting some significant first half playing time after playing just one minute against savior last weekend we'll get two free throws already three minutes eerie averages eleven minutes per ballgame off the bench for a free throws good is only a fifty percent foul shooter in like.

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"demint" Discussed on AMBASSADORS OF CHRIST

AMBASSADORS OF CHRIST

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on AMBASSADORS OF CHRIST

"Because you are down the tree because of johore's oh you're props to get across the land and you much bad my people this message to all true believe will this morning you said make your final move no all all those behind you how'd you get into the place from safety and protection because the almighty is getting ready to punish see it as this yes i will help me fall has had enough this city this is it move now you all the listening to this message this is not something that i studied to preach this is what he gave me this morning all the message i preach the straight off the pitch that's not the steady he tells me every day was to preach at matter of fact wish the same day at the same word every day is come out of her revolutn eighteen chapter come out of babylon babylon is the second was egypt a place of bondi beach it's time for us to come out other than we need to believe god this morning well the possible you know the rule c i don't see it happening but we need to believe in right now right now g if i loved ones two b c it's now a now time is running out yeah has given us many exactly that we and all of our house the inner the ark of sleep too many of us are not really sure we have given up we have time to i would just hours them all of these television so far was event football game demint comedy show late night movies.

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"demint" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Because you are down the tree because of johore's oh you're props to get across the land and you much bad my people this message to all true believe will this morning you said make your final move no all all those behind you how'd you get into the place from safety and protection because the almighty is getting ready to punish see it as this yes i will help me fall has had enough this city this is it move now you all the listening to this message this is not something that i studied to preach this is what he gave me this morning all the message i preach the straight off the pitch that's not the steady he tells me every day was to preach at matter of fact wish the same day at the same word every day is come out of her revolutn eighteen chapter come out of babylon babylon is the second was egypt a place of bondi beach it's time for us to come out other than we need to believe god this morning well the possible you know the rule c i don't see it happening but we need to believe in right now right now g if i loved ones two b c it's now a now time is running out yeah has given us many exactly that we and all of our house the inner the ark of sleep too many of us are not really sure we have given up we have time to i would just hours them all of these television so far was event football game demint comedy show late night movies.

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"demint" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And if the thursday we are d and d dement scheme doyle i'm geoff demint's big bills doyle now we will get to this later on talk myself different this hour but the three more about this right now on the day in speed duel page nj one one five dot com there has been a decision made in ocean county do you remember the big thing going on and lakewood specifically about all the benefits fraud and among the orthodox jewish community not that they're the only ones who do it but this was just ramp this was the one where you know people in lavish homes and earning more than a million dollars a year in some cases were still purposely cheating is the accusation to get benefits various and you know dozens of arrests being made and you know the promise was more to come well a decision has now been made from the office of the state comptroller medicaid fraud division that they were going to do what is clearly an amnesty program although they refuse to call it an embassy programs american pay the back and pay a fine right pay it back pay a fine and we won't go after you and you have like you know starting in a certain date ending on a certain date to turn yourself in sounds amnesty to me because honestly anything other than criminal prosecution for somebody who has the audacity to pull wack crap anyway i give my reasons why this bothered me so much if if you wanna read it ahead of time but we also have a poll questioned going on and i don't wanna slant that i just want honesty whatever you really feel about this after absorbing the story but right now it is overwhelmingly against them offering this amnesty and i figured bother a lotta people so we'll get to that and i will try to give that up at facebook for you to make it easier to find if you want in the meantime our phone numbers one eight hundred two three one or 15 surplus.

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"demint" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The us mainly jim demint sanctions of course up my trigger retaliatory sparked retaliatory response from china that of course complicates things that's all remember what from his north korea and of course just generally us trade relations so we're not there yet same timer certainly pensions remain on the on the us trade front i mean what what what are the president's here and what would a titfortat look like frazar could be quite significant me the person is that this is a piece of legislation and 74 it's called the 300 warning to us it was quite frequently used mean we had significant trade tensions with japan and the us during the president reagan's ears we had significant tensions between the bill clinton administration on japan during his presidency is well when tariffs were exchanging barbs or exchange and ultimately a kind of a trade resolution was reached so this is a view though as i said you're you're on the p for their certainly there certainly view most companies that there are grounds here for you with push hard so it was illegitimate case we may perhaps dugard it could be trade settlement book if that doesn't happen of course view go into the world of titfortat then china will retaliate commerce minister is already being sworn in warning about the coun retaliated suddenly you could see not just american firms getting hit with the supply chains gonna hit in both economies getting or to rights and really brings to mind what back in the 16th the japanese reverse engineering right they took a product being added a look inside and came out with a good woulda thank you for that occur in their life for us in a story on between the us and china coming up on the program we're talking earnings here he mark signing tall we'll see what's next.

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"demint" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"demint" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Dot com on the demint's oil page ten reasons you don't want to move to new jersey that's a that's correct ten reasons you don't want to move to new jersey bill has this out also uh some thoughts that i had on the situation in charlottesville from over the weekend he'd read about that will talk about it later and the gratuitous family vacation photos which is almost entirely with my tobback i felt bad while he well because i only have one picture in their of cooper who is five months old he doesn't really enjoy the beaches much gonna again exactly lipoic what could he do it's a carrier around like a like a pet dog didn't wanna earn coopers yes now he was not no he was even just like freaked out kind of see in the beach i could and water was cold loud input there stimuli or did you notice though now atticus he's not even to yet we'll be to next month so he's under two but he was in the water and did you notice when i told michelle cleanser that atticus was in the water up to his waist did you notice the look 100 star did she looked like how could you put your kid in the water up to his waist namibia misread it i don't know we were hovering right there maybe she though he just wondered in i don't know maybe chabab like we were 40 feet away yourself the not like we were hovering right there but he had a really good time so all that and more on the dnc doyle page on the website nj one one five i've come in and still around okay now there's a there's a constant jersey connection to any groping case but this is going on out in denver an eightmember jury just a little while ago started deliberations they got they got the case in this taylor swift groping trial this this is the one of the strangest cases if you haven't paid any attention to it'll just be brief there's this guy david muller and he's this morning radio guy or form get used to be that's what he's doing exactly former radio guy in the denver market on in.

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"demint" Discussed on Conversations with John and Lisa Bevere

Conversations with John and Lisa Bevere

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"demint" Discussed on Conversations with John and Lisa Bevere

"And and you know i remember the head of the conference was like while but here's the thing we don't respond to demons we stand in our thority and that's what fervent see is knowing the word of god knowing the direction of the holy spirit knowing your authority and christ and not backing down demons are liars they'll say i'm not going when they are going they'll say i'm not going to leave when they have to leave villa they lie so they're only row not just talking about demint's i feel like we can when it's a whole demon inau with her because i don't care if i do four sessions on this we need to thoroughly cover this because you just don't hear a lot hot on it today and yet it so evident the bible let me just wreak okay this is james 516 the m5 bible the earnest heart felt that's continued prayer of a righteous man or woman makes tremendous power available dynamic in it's working i love the amplified off so i want to reiterate because the thing that lisa said is you don't respond to the manifestation the chaos the demon may be speedily look for demon yet robbers aiming you deal with that you look inside and you are led by the spirit and you speak as he tells you to speak and you're not gonna get in casino what i always notices it said that same our that same our that same our the demon came out.

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