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'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 6 hrs ago

'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'

"Talking to Mark judge the new book is called the devil's triangle with the subtitle Mark judge versus the new American Stasi. That was the East German secret police. You're just telling us mark how they did extensive what you call opposition research on you to build this case. This is creepy that people would say, how do we concoct a lie? I mean, it's an amazing thing if opposition research is true. But you're selling saying that they tried to use whatever they could find about you to create a plausible story and they figured we've got it where this is going to work. All we need is somebody with the guts to lie in front of the whole world and they found Christine blasey Ford. It's chilling to me. I worry about people souls that they would participate in this. I know they believe so strongly and abortion that they're almost willing to do anything, but it's chilling to me, frankly, that these things go on. Yeah, and as I was saying, The New York Times two reporters wrote a book called the educational Brett Kavanaugh, and if they report on a guy named Keith kogler, who was friends with blasey Ford and he said in the summer of 2018 for 6 weeks leading up to this, he was researching my writing, my videos, but they might have been physically tracking me. I don't even know. And the way opera research works, the devil's triangles oppo researchers, the media and leftist politicians. But oppo researchers will find everything about you from your birth certificate up to last week and then they open the Bombay doors at the last minute and just dump it. And as one of them put it 90% of my job is getting emotionally upset people to start talking. So they opened the Bombay doors and dumped all this on me and because I've known about the Stasi and I've been writing about this for a long time, I thought I know what's going on. Every word you say is a shift that they are going to plant right in your back. You know, if you talk, it's over because they'll twist whatever you say, even if it's the truth. And that's when I thought of this great movie, the lives of others about the German Stassi. And I said, okay, you're living the lives of others right now. And as we were saying before, the commercial break, they thought it was going to be easy.

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Mark Judge on His New Book 'The Devil's Triangle'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:42 min | 6 hrs ago

Mark Judge on His New Book 'The Devil's Triangle'

"Mark judge, welcome to this program. Eric, great to be here. Can you hear me okay? I can hear you great. People watching via rumble or whatever can see that you're outdoors at some breakfast places. They just hilarious to me what the production values are of things these days. Your book, the devil's triangle before I give you a word in edgewise. As you know, I read it. And I gave you an endorsement for it because I want my audience to understand yours is an absolutely vitally important story that we understand what is happening in our country right now. And so I don't know, we can go in almost any direction. But why don't you sum up for the audience what the book is about in your story? Yes, well, the book is about what happened to me during the Kavanaugh nightmare. And just to put it in general terms, my thesis, the subtitle is Mark judge versus the new American Stassi. And my thesis is that we in America are facing an analog to the German Stasi, which were the secret police under communism. And I think that's a more accurate way to look at things because the Germans thought the unlike the Nazis worked with artists and writers and entertainers, they liked working with celebrities and playwrights in order to propagate their message. Whereas the Nazis tended to be more hostile towards jazz and modern art and those things. So what happened to me in 2018 in regards to the Kavanaugh thing was an attack by the American equivalent of the German Stassi. I don't think that's an exaggeration. I think when I think when Ronan farrow from The New Yorker calls you up and you're sitting at home taking care of your elderly mother and he says, you've been named in a letter charging you with sexual misconduct with a Supreme Court nominee that you went to high school with and being a Catholic with what I think is a pretty decent conscience. I said, that sounds horrible. Who's the accuser? And he said, I can't tell you that. And I said, where did this allegedly happen? He said, I can't tell you that. I said, when did this allegedly happen? He said, sometime in the 1980s. So the church bells are ring. So I've been accused of sexual misconduct with a Supreme Court nominee by a reporter at The New Yorker who can't tell me who the accuser is where it happened or even specifically when it happened. I want

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Cahill Camden on Growing Web3 Initiatives With Digital Vision

Crypto Current

01:27 min | 8 hrs ago

Cahill Camden on Growing Web3 Initiatives With Digital Vision

"Have killed Camden, who's with digital vision, media group, how are you doing today? I'm great. Thank you. And thanks for having me on the show. Appreciate it. Absolutely. Before we kind of dive into what people can be doing to helping to market and grow their different brands and businesses and communities, let's first dive into a little bit of information about yourself. Can you give us some background? Sure, where do you want me to start? Wherever you want. All right, so let's start, I guess when I got into crypto, because I think it's important for anyone who's new into crypto or who's been in the space for a little while to kind of understand. I got into crypto back in 2017. And I thought I was late. I thought it was really late. Some friends had been telling me about it since 2014, 2015, I would say, early 2015. And I just didn't believe them. I didn't get into it. And so I went down the rabbit hole in 2017, pivoted our entire agency towards really focusing on blockchain based companies web three as it's called now. And just went down the rabbit hole from there. They've done mining, have done marketing for different crypto companies exchanges, protocols like you name it a problem worked with them. And I think for anyone who's kind of new to the space right now, it's still early. I think that's just, it's still really early. I think there's a lot of room to grow.

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Two Mysterious Whales Add 555 Billion Shiba Inu

The Crypto Basic

00:52 sec | 9 hrs ago

Two Mysterious Whales Add 555 Billion Shiba Inu

"7 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Two mysterious whales add 5 55 billion Shiba Inu. Major Shiba Inu holders keep on accumulating millions of dollars worth of HIV. Ethers can that IO recently reported that two deep pocketed investors interacting with one of the Cohen base linked wallets, named coinbase ten, have splurged a total of 5 million 442,787 5.44 M Shiba Inu in two separate transactions and accumulated a staggering 555 billion 818 million 134,743 5 55.81. Both transactions were executed about. The post two mysterious whales add 5 55 billion Shiba Inu first appeared on the crypto basic.

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Day 339 of The Bible in a Year: Priscilla and Aquila

The Bible in a Year

02:38 min | 12 hrs ago

Day 339 of The Bible in a Year: Priscilla and Aquila

"Acts chapter 18. First Corinthians, chapter 16, and proverb chapter 28 versus 19 21. The acts of the apostles, chapter 18 Paul and Corinth. After this, he left Athens and went to Corinth, and he found a Jew named Aquila, a native of pontus, lately come from Italy with his wife Priscilla because Claudius had commanded all the Jews to leave Rome. And he went to see them, and because he was of the same trade he stayed with them, and they worked, for by trade, they were tent makers. And he argued in the synagogue every Sabbath and persuaded Jews and Greeks. When Silas and Timothy arrived from Macedonia, Paul was occupied with preaching, testifying to the Jews that the Christ was Jesus. And when they opposed and reviled him, he shook out his garments and said to them, your blood to be upon your heads. I am innocent. From now on, I will go to the gentiles. And he left there and went to the house of a man named titius, justice, a worshipper of God. His house was next door to the synagogue. Christmas, the ruler of the synagogue believed in the lord together with all his household, and many of the Corinthians, hearing Paul believed, and were baptized. And the lord said to Paul one night in a vision. Do not be afraid, but speak, and do not be silent. For I am with you, and no man shall attack you to harm you for I have many people in this city. And he stayed a year in 6 months, teaching the word of God among them. But when gallio was pro counsel of achaia, the Jews made a united attack upon Paul and brought him before the tribunal, saying, this man is persuading men to worship God contrary to the law. But when Paul was about to open his mouth, gallio said to the Jews. If it were a matter of wrongdoing or vicious crime, I should have reason to bear with you, oh Jews. But since it is a matter of questions about words and names and your own law, see to it yourselves. I refuse to be a judge of these things. And he drove them from the tribunal, and they all seized sauce the knees, the ruler of the synagogue, and beat him in front of the tribunal, but gallio paid no attention to this. Paul's return to Antioch. After this, Paul stayed many days longer, and then took leave of the brethren and sailed for Syria and with him Priscilla and Aquila. He cut his hair for he had a vow. And they came to Ephesus, and he left them there. But he himself went into the synagogue and argued with the Jews. When they asked him to stay for a longer period, he declined. But on taking leave of them, he said, I will return to you if God wills. And he set sail from Ephesus. When he had landed at caesarea, he went up and greeted the church, and then went down to Antioch. After spending some time there, he departed, and went from place to place through the region of galatia and phrygia, strengthening all the disciples.

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You Will Be Judged for Your Silence

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 1 d ago

You Will Be Judged for Your Silence

"Happening. And you just say, well, you know what? I just want to, I just want to have a nice quiet time. I just want to worship God in my church. And the lord's saying, excuse me, you are your brother's keeper. They are being persecuted. They are being sent to their deaths. They are being demonized. They're being ostracized, whatever. If you don't speak up, do you think I'm not going to judge you for your silence? You're going to give me the excuse. You know, it's like the kid that you ask him. I asked you to wash the car three times. He says, well, I took out the garbage. Well, that's really nice. But don't gaslight me. I asked you to do that and you didn't do it. God asks us to speak up for those who are suffering. And when we don't do that, God doesn't say, well, whatever, he says, I'm depending on you. You're my church. You're supposed to speak against all of these things. Now, we're not all going to speak about all of these things. But generally, the church has adopted this attitude of silence in the face of evil, whatever the evil is. And I think that it is kind of a reaction maybe to the culture wars of the 90s or what. But whatever it is, it's not God. And we are guilty and God is looking to his church to speak. He's looking to his church to not be afraid to speak on these issues. And when somebody just says to you, well, you're being political. Is that all it takes to silence somebody who says they believe in Jesus, they believe that he defeated death on the cross. We're not supposed to fear death, much less being called names, you know? And I always say to people like, so are you a racist? Because if you're not, why do you care if somebody who just hates your guts is like, throws that term at you? They just want to silence you. And you're supposed to have the kind of faith that says, I won't be silenced.

Darren Beattie: Eric Holder’s Fingerprints Were All Over Apple in 2020

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 2 d ago

Darren Beattie: Eric Holder’s Fingerprints Were All Over Apple in 2020

"Get into a little bit though about their process and their process is dear punishment because you have a new story up at revolver that's basically all about how this sausage was being made not just to Twitter, but Apple and others and an interesting name that I think everyone will be familiar with that I don't need, but I don't think people knew they were so he was associated with what you and I have referred to in the past as the disinformation archipelago and we did a great episode. I think it's actually still our number one episode at human events daily on rumble just went absolutely viral, talking about all of this. Tell us about your new piece. Well, in there was this recent kerfuffle with Apple, Apple has insane. It really obscene amount of leverage over everything on the Internet, including Twitter, any kind of app. And it begs the question because you'll Roth a former head of trusted safety was calling for the regime calling for Apple to use its leverage to basically kneecap Twitter and say, well, who's the trust and safety equivalent in Apple who would play a critical role in this decision making process? Now, the current person there has zero online footprint other than a lesbian wedding registry. Zero, which is amazing. Someone of that level having zero online footprint, but her predecessor who was in charge during the critical months leading up to and during the 2020 election and the whole aftermath involving the January 6th censorship blanket, this is someone that we were able to find out about. And this person just happens to be Eric holder's right hand woman.

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The News Cycle Is Starting to Feel Like an SNL Skit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:06 min | 2 d ago

The News Cycle Is Starting to Feel Like an SNL Skit

"This whole new cycle seemed like an SNL sketch. We were saying the anti gay shooter's father who's done gay porn just for a second. And then also, what do you call it? Who looks like methy Josh Brolin? Yes. Right. Yes. Yes, exactly. Yes. Does he not look and sound exactly like Carl from sling blade? Am I incorrect? I got daddy Joe guy who tell you at least he's not game. I don't care if he likes French fried potatoes with mustard as long as he don't got no sugar in his tank. And then Kanye, who is actually at this point doing the Dave Chappelle character, the blind white supremacist with the white supremacist campaign manager, Nick Fuentes. Yes, Nick, mom's basement Fuentes. Who Trump has met several times, had a two hour dinner with and ends the thing going, I don't know him. Here's the other thing. There was a third person. There was Kanye, Nick Fuentes, and somebody else who was with them, who was equally equally awful. We'll find out later, it was David duke or somebody, but somebody else he doesn't know. Yeah, right, but they specifically haven't named who that person was and as bad as Nick Fuentes is and Kanye West is what as bad as what he's been saying about the Jews lately. Imagine how awful that third person has to be. It's like, this is my friend, mister hilter. Hello. I'm alive. Filter. Single dot mustache under his thing and go like a nice butter and throwing his hand. I feel a sitcom in the future. He's a black guy's best friend and white supremacist. He's a tiny little white supremacist who's Hispanic. He's an old bloated orange circus peanut, and he's the mystery guest of the week. I don't know, don't say my name. Rather than better than hunter.

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Hal Sparks on How Conservatives Have Lost the Script With Christianity

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Hal Sparks on How Conservatives Have Lost the Script With Christianity

"Jenna Ellis, Trump's lawyer on the club Q shooting. She said the people killed in the nightclub that night, there is no evidence that they were Christians, assuming they've not accepted the truth of firm Christ as the lord of their life. They are now reaping the consequences of their eternal damnation, and you just said, who would Jesus lauder? Yeah. These fake Christians. They've lost they've lost the script entirely on Christianity. Like they have given up. And with a certain group of people, the buzz words of just calling yourself a Christian or dropping Jesus name like some like networker at a Hollywood party. Like, man, Jesus, I don't know if you know that Jesus, I went to Jesus camp. Anyways. So the deal should go through, right? I mean, I've never shot anything acted anything written anything or done anything, but Jesus, right? I said the right name, right? There's so much of that kind of gangster mentality around it that they don't even have to have a faux substantive argument, which is interesting because it did chase off in the last couple of weeks. Once Trump announced a bunch of evangelical leaders have all stepped back, I even saw one of the hardest right wing guys going. Maybe we should return back to a message of spirituality. I'm like, ya think.

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Axed Balenciaga Campaign Featured Artist Who Painted Castrated Toddler

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 2 d ago

Axed Balenciaga Campaign Featured Artist Who Painted Castrated Toddler

"But there's another ad that also came under a controversy from balenciaga recently And it's this picture of this image it's part of their now canceled spring 2023 ad campaign showing this French actress Isabel Hubbard I think is their last name I've never heard of her before But she's in this Manhattan office with a stack of books behind her feet up on the table And some things in the background just like in some of these other images you can spot the teddy bears with bondage or you can see the Supreme Court case on child pornography But some things in the background it's this book So what's in the book What is the book It's this book featuring a Belgium artist This painter And what's the kids of that you ask Where you probably can't hear it but I imagine you're asking So it's this Belgian painter whose work includes a 2017 series of images depicting naked toddlers This series is titled fire from the sun and shows young children with blood soaked skin and some castrated So we're talking about different images for balenciaga all showing a common thing Sexually exploiting children in such a depraved and derogatory way

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Doug and Coach Chan Gailey Discuss the Heisman Trophy

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:05 min | 3 d ago

Doug and Coach Chan Gailey Discuss the Heisman Trophy

"When are they just going to name the husband trophy, the best quarterback in the country? I mean, today I was here, I was listing over the last weekend. I saw, you know, Caleb Williams has got to be the best, the best athlete and no, he's not. You know, the best player. It's just become a quarterback battle. When did that, I mean, running back quarterback now, is it just understood that that's the way it's going to be? Well, what is happening is they have to have statistics to back up their decisions. It doesn't have anything to do with who the greatest athlete who has the most impact on their good team, it is who has the great statistics that they can throw out there. And a DB that intercepts ten passes 12 passes in the season, one again is still not going to get named because he doesn't have, they can't throw that statistic out there. And everybody goes, oh, that's amazing. No quarterback statistics. So they can throw those up there.

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AJ Explains Why Disney's 'Strange World' Is Tanking

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:18 min | 3 d ago

AJ Explains Why Disney's 'Strange World' Is Tanking

"Anyhow, back to strange world. Which critics are calling this thing it's a piece of shit. It's not bringing in the cash from the theaters that Disney hoped it would. In fact, it's expected to lose a 150 million, so why did this happen? Why else? Disney's bought a director's and its animation team, which has produced other bombs, they keep doubling down on making their content too woke. The film centers around an interracial couple and their queer son who's looking for love and finds it in a hand holding gay relationship, it's Disney's first animated film with a gay lead character and apparently that has turned many parents off and they've stayed away from the theaters. Now on one hand, gauge like the film because of one line in the movie. When the gay kid named Ethan, when his grandpa asked him, if he has a sweetheart, the kid blushes because he does have a sweetheart. It's another boy named diazo. But instead of his grandpa saying a line that most of us are very accustomed to, which is to say, well, what's her name? What's your sweetheart's name? Holy shit. Instead, grandpa says, who is it? So gay's love that the screenwriter went that route went the route of a parent or grandparent being absolutely fine with his crush being male or female. Don't care. But on the other hand, there are way too many parents out there and I'm not gonna lie. I'd be one of them if my kids were younger. We don't like that line. It's not that I don't like the line. I have no issues with same sex relationships. But most parents don't want that shoved down their kids throats at such an early age. And therein lies the problem and why the movie hasn't been met with droves of parents, dragging their kids to theaters to see this film.

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Remembering Caddy Nickname Origin Stories

Fore The People

02:50 min | 3 d ago

Remembering Caddy Nickname Origin Stories

"And everybody had nicknames, but now they call each other bill and Mike and bill and you know Larry old days that was rod or whatever it was. No car. Speaking of nicknames, that's the best part about the caddy. It's like ten years ago when I was out there in Khalid was out there, you were out there obviously every week. Nicknames were everything, right? And I was in the back of the back of a car. We were all banged up. We went to some party on a Tuesday, and I was sitting with Scottie neisser and Ryan roo. So we had the new guy, right? And you know nickname. I can't remember. What is it? You know, nicer Nick, think about it. The boss, the boss, the bos and the new guy. All right, and I'm in there, and there's a new guy. And there's this other guy. There's this other guy, other caddy. I'm a rookie on the tour. I don't know this guy. But I'm sitting right next to him, and he is obliterated. I'm like, okay, all right, well, this guy's drunk. And I don't know. I'm gonna ask his name. So like, what's up, man? I'm John. I'm a rookie this year. You know, what's your name? And he goes, my name is my name is Baghdad. I'm like, your name is your name is magnet. And I'm like, why do they call you Baghdad? And he goes, he goes, 'cause I get bombed every night. And I was like, I'm gonna fit in real well with the caddies. I love the case. Ever since then, I started learning about all of the caddy nicknames. They were just amazing. It sounds like that's not he wanted a cool nickname or a positive nickname. You know, something that positive happened in your career, but the caddies man, if they find a sore spot, they're on a stick it in there and twist that knife man. If you're slapping shady happen to you, boy, that's gonna be your nickname Baghdad. You know, you had wrong way and all those caddies had all kind of yeah. Skillet. I had skillet. Oh, businessman, Bill. I love skill at skillets out there. He was just like, man, in high school. Yeah, he's there, man. He's like, man in high school. You ever see that commercial? This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs and the skillet. He goes, that was basically me in high school. He still is. He still out there. I love him. From maize, a manor. He got in the way Rey, he got businessman Bill. My favorite one, my favorite old time caddy, nicknamed car lucci. You know, his name was car lucci. He's out there for a hundred years. Great guy and I've told the story a lot, but he's banged up downtown somewhere pulls off the curb, gets out, has his key to the valet and the valet is not a valet. Down at rental car. His rail car is going down the road, so Carly came no car Luke to you the next day. No car. That's my favorite name. That's really good. Oh

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A Prayer for Truth This Christmas

Your Daily Prayer

02:55 min | 3 d ago

A Prayer for Truth This Christmas

"A prayer for the truth, this Christmas, written in red by Meg bucher. Second Timothy chapter two verse 19. But that's truth stands firm like a foundation stone. With this inscriptive, the lord knows who are his, and all who belong to the lord must turn away from evil. The day my daughter discovered the truth about Christmas, I wiped tears from her eyes and assured her. Every Christmas would still be just as special as all of the others. The truth about Christmas isn't rooted in the North Pole, but in God's word, Paul's letter to Timothy reminds us that's truth stands firm like a foundation stone. In Paul's day, as there are now, and will continue to be, false teachers twist the truth about who Jesus was. The enemy is prone to take truth and use it against us, or out of context. The truth about Christmas doesn't fade and fall away, as we grow up into adulthood, truth grows more beautiful over the years, as it is watered faithfully. The lord knows who's our his. Paul wrote it reminds me of the Christmas Carol that sings, he's making a list and checking it twice. God has actually written our names in the book of life. Scripture says he not only knows our names, but every hair on our heads at any given time. He knit us together on our mother's womb, the Bible says. How thrilling to create a person? We are made in his image, and he has given us a purpose, unique to each of us. Our lives are so special to God. Nothing could

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Day 336 of The Bible in a Year: The Council at Jerusalem

The Bible in a Year

02:33 min | 3 d ago

Day 336 of The Bible in a Year: The Council at Jerusalem

"The acts of the apostles, chapter 15. The council at Jerusalem but some men came down from Judea and were teaching the brethren unless you are circumcised according to the custom of Moses, you can not be saved. And when Paul and Barnabas had no small dissension and debate with them, Paul and Barnabas and some of the others were appointed to go up to Jerusalem to the apostles and the elders about this question. So being sent on their way by the church, they passed through both Phoenicia and samaria, reporting the conversion of the gentiles, and they gave great joy to all the brethren. When they came to Jerusalem, they were welcomed by the church and the apostles and the elders, and they declared all that God had done with them. But some believers who belonged to the party of the pharisees rose up and said, it is necessary to circumcise them, and to charge them to keep the law of Moses. The apostles and the elders were gathered together to consider this matter. And after there had been much debate, Peter rose, and said to them, brethren, you know that in the early days God made choice among you that by my mouth, the gentiles should hear the word of the gospel and believe. And God who knows the heart bore witness to them, giving them the Holy Spirit just as he did to us, and he made no distinction between us and them, but cleansed their hearts by faith. Now therefore why do you make trial of God by putting a yoke upon the neck of the disciples which neither our fathers nor we have been able to bear? But we believe that we shall be saved through the grace of the lord Jesus, just as they will. silence, and they listened to Barnabas and Paul as they related what signs and wonders God had done through them among the gentiles. After they finished speaking, James replied, brethren listened to me. Simeon has related how God first visited the gentiles to take out of them a people for his name. And with this, the words of the prophets agree, as it is written, after this, I will return. And I will rebuild the dwelling of David, which has fallen. I will rebuild its ruins, and I will set it up. That the rest of men may seek the lord, and all the gentiles who are called by my name says the lord, who has made these things known from of old. Therefore, my judgment is that we should not trouble those of the gentiles who turn to God, but should write to them to abstain from the pollution of idols and from unchastity and from what is strangled and from blood. For from early generations, Moses has had in every city those who preach him for he is read every Sabbath in the synagogues. The council's letter to the gentile believers. Then it seemed good to the apostles and the elders, with the whole church. To choose men from among them and send them to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas.

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Patriot Freedom Project Is Uplifting the Jan. 6 Detainee's Families

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 3 d ago

Patriot Freedom Project Is Uplifting the Jan. 6 Detainee's Families

"I am thrilled right now to be joined by someone who is doing the work that too few people have taken on in a time where we have people in need. Her name is Cynthia Hughes. She runs the patriot freedom project and they are raising money to help the people in the gulag and all of those who have been attacked by the abuse of power by our deep state. And I want to welcome you to the show Cynthia. Thank you for having me, James. Nice to see you. And I greatly appreciate the fact you've got a fundraiser tonight that I'm going to. And I can't wait to see you there. But you're taking time out of that to talk to us. And I wanted to make sure that everybody who listens to America first radio can hear the need and also hopefully reach in their pockets and donate some money to help. My wife Samantha says this all the time. Where is the money to take care of our side like the left has for their team? If anybody, you get a bunch of rioters and looters, you got the vice president and future vice president of the United States begging for money for them. Where's the people doing that on our side? And she's sitting right there on the other side of this conversation. So tell us about what you need to help these people. So, you know, I've had the honor of meeting a ton of the families that are affected by January 6th. I've met mothers. I've met wives. This week I have several of the families here in D.C. that are coming to the fundraiser tonight and I was just with them yesterday with all of their babies and let me tell you Jim. It's very, very it gives you a lot of perspective. Makes you realize that whatever problems you think you have, they're small in comparison. When you hear a three year old daughter on the phone with her daddy, asking him when is he coming home? The community that I've created here for these families and seeing the interaction with these women is so humbling it just brings joy to my heart. It's amazing. You're going to see it for yourself tonight. The way they help each other, the way they comfort each other, who's helping with what child, who's changing a diaper, who's making a bottle, they were cooking dinner together, hugging each other, but listening to the children of these men that are behind bars. It's heartbreaking. It's absolutely heartbreaking. And the country needs to know what is going on besides the talk about what's going on at the D.C. jail. It is so much bigger than the 18 men that are left in the D.C. jail. We have multiple J 6 detainees spread around this country in different gels, and we have a lot of collateral damage. And that is the wife and the children.

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Elizabeth Warren: Anti-Elon Musk and Anti-Free Speech

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 3 d ago

Elizabeth Warren: Anti-Elon Musk and Anti-Free Speech

"Listen to what Elizabeth Warren a powerful U.S. senator from Massachusetts said about Elon Musk yesterday in the halls of Congress. Republicans say that Democrats are picking on Elon Musk. Elon Musk is doing just fine. But do you think that users have a right to freedom of speech, even if what they're saying is wrong or offensive? I think that one human being should not decide how millions of people communicate with each other. One human being should not be able to go into a dark room by himself and decide, oh, that person gets heard from that person doesn't. That's not how it should work. Wait a minute. One person, Elon Musk, who owns Twitter, who believes that you should be able to say what you want to say on Twitter, that's not how it should work. That's literally what she said. In other words, you don't have freedom of speech. In the Democrats version of America. You don't get to say how you feel about things. You meet you need to be deplatformed and censured and now it leaves to the embarrassment of a former Twitter executive, Twitter's ex safety chief, a guy named Joel Roth was interviewed at something called the knight foundation conference and he admitted finally that Twitter was wrong in censuring the New York Post's Hunter Biden laptop scandal.

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 Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 3 d ago

Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist

"Here's what Willie geist said this morning, and I'm sorry, but I mean, it won't go away and people are emailing me about it and you're calling and you're texting, so we might as well confront this. Here's what Willie guy said this morning on MSNBC and morning Joe about Trump's dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye and the supremacist guy. By the way, we should point out as the story has developed over a couple of days. Donald Trump got totally hustled by this guy. He showed up at the dinner with Kanye West. He wanted the attention of having his name out there. He got that. And now he's condemning Donald Trump and said he's abandoned the base. He's not our guy anymore. So Donald Trump got totally hustled by a 24 year old white supremacist and Holocaust denier. Now, again, I don't know if that's true or not. Maybe it is, maybe it's not. I don't trust anything that comes from morning Joe, do you? But let's just suppose that it's true. This colleague of mine calls me this morning. She says, Mike, admit it to me. Tell me the truth. Don't you really kind of wish Trump would fade off into the sunset? Don't you wish he'd kind of go away? Don't you like Ron DeSantis or somebody else? Because they're going to go nuts if he gets the nomination again. And if he runs and if he wins, they're going to go out of their minds. And I said to her, don't you realize that's what they want? They want you to think that.

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"each name" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"each name" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You can't decide if you're having a hot dog and having dessert. Don't bother with French's new French ketchup popsicle. You can have the worst of both worlds. I don't expect for anyone nostalgia for that childhood tree in the winter of eating icicles with condiments I wanted a clap for her getting it, and I also wanted to be like, ew. Not you. All right, here is your next limerick. Giorgio's will be at career crook. And zorba will sport a pierced ear look. On this marble they wrote a euripides quote, this old slab is an ancient Greek. I am really blanking. Yeah, so it is hard. It's got a quote in it. You might have been voted most likely to succeed. I mean, I don't know. No, I'll give you the answer. It's yearbook. Oh, yeah. Oh my God. It was never about that. Researchers. Okay, researchers have discovered that it's too late, man. It's over. He's like, no, I can save her. Everything answer, it's done. Researchers have discovered that it inscribed marble tablet from ancient Greece is in fact a 2000 year old school yearbook. The carving and the marble tablet is a list of classmates and an ancient Athenian school. The inscriptions include a description of the class 31 names, including nicknames, and of course a vote for Pedro quote. And underneath each name, of course, primitives, right? Most likely to die in a volcanic ash. Most likely to talk your ear off about triangles. Most likely to star on a hit earn. Did picture day in great schools take forever. Don't make a face for the love of God, don't make a face. All right, you have one more chance. If you get this, you do win. Here is your last limerick. It's Cape Cod. Take your top off and chuck it. Live it up before you kick the bucket. There was an old man. And he was a big fan. Topless beaches abound in Nantucket. Yes, there you go. I really wanted her to say here, but I just want to point out after

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"each name" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Separate decisions from the FDA and CDC will be made for those who received the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines. The White House that hope boosters would begin next week. Illinois reporting 2000 and 82 patients are hospitalized with Covid 19 in Illinois. That's the lowest number in almost a month. Of those 502 are in ICU and 275 on better leaders, the Illinois Department of Public Health reporting 3607 new cases and 54 additional death. The state positivity rate is 4.4%, the lowest since the end of July in Washington, D C and opening ceremony held for a public art installation titled In America. Remember, which commemorates Americans? Who's died due to Covid 19, secretary of the interior. Deb Helen, spoke at the opening event. Each white flag on this field represents someone's loved one. Each name written down on each white flag reminds us of the families that will live the rest of their lives without them. It involves more than 660,000 white flags on 20 acres of the National Mall at the base of the Washington Monument, the installation, allowing families across the nation to submit messages to personalize flags for their loved ones. The Pentagon is apologizing for a drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 civilians instead of Isis. Terrorists targeted Centcom Commander General Frank McKenzie, saying they launched the drone strike on what intelligence said was an Isis target. We now assessed that it is unlikely. That the vehicle and those who died or associated with Isis K or were a director at the U. S forces. US military saying the drone killed nearly a dozen people in up to seven Children, even though that best intelligence said they were targeting terrorists. I offer my profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington WLS news Time is 33 taking a look at traffic.

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"each name" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Chapter twenty eight and chapter twenty seven. Joanna bride has presented her friend. Alex jeter with the list of suspects for the murder of gus. Haselbacher and alex's response was hi. You're going to narrow it down. And that's where chapter twenty eight picks up. Joanna picked up the paper with the names over suspects and stood. Follow me in. A room was a white the size of a small schools chalkboard nail to her wall. I put down the names then next to each name the motive means and opportunity those that have all three will remain those that have only one maybe to say means and motive but no opportunity will go to the bottom of the list. I'm going to start with a call to share of collins. i think so. You're going to interview each suspect. No maybe i won't It's a small town in lisa. Posey seems to know a lot. She knew where you used to live. It all looks good. You know. I've got to go down to crescent city. I'll be back in a couple of days a week and follow up on some of your suspects. What do you think. Joanna happily drove her pickup through town the hardware store now that alex was in crescent city providing her with time to do things for herself she roll the windows down and left rusty in the cab and pulled out her list reading it as she pushed through the double doors when she looked up. It was into the face of eric ward. Looks like a list. Can i help you find anything. I'm changing the law on the apartment. I also need a sheet of half inch plywood. Cut to forty eight by forty eight inches. Some kind of hand held floodlight abaga. Three quarter inch wood screws in fifty feet of stone. Roop of a change in the lac. You'll need a new door. She followed him past three aisles. Down the fourth i need one of these brushed nickel. Bernard's she was jesse chose one hanging lopsided that looked like it had been opened. Someone bought this. That brought it back then opened it but everything is there. I haven't got a floodlight. That's had help. But i'm gonna flashlight almost sprite that'll.

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"each name" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"Leslie alan levy. Thank you for being here. So you gently touched on something a few minutes ago and we talked about like the the aura and the feel you have when you walk into tennis clubs and you know. Historically blacks weren't allowed to join him slopes right blacks. Jewish people were not allowed to join clubs. Jewish folks got together right and they have a history of sort working together. Then you know sort of black folks do so they got together and eight. That's their bill. Gloves hillcrest the. Nah you got your rackets in toronto. You have jewish only clubs right all across the country right but no black clubs. But you know you did have black clubs you. Did you know through the most cities. They in their tens of thousands of people that were playing whether they were playing at hcc us or at the black clubs Shady rest cosmopolitan. There isn't that counterpart to it's just that a lot of times white clubs end quote. Jewish clubs might have been side by side. You know but because you didn't they didn't let black people in either of those locations. They had their own club somewhere in. Just what rate there's prominent as maybe you saw the white clubs in the jewish clubs. So we're talk about like when when i was a kid growing up i to walk into clubs in chicago modestly that predominantly all white on there. Was this this aura. Where you walk in. And you feel like you can't situated on the table without coaster or could be self imposed rights of this uneasiness or discomfort. Not feeling as welcome and it wasn't like blatant but it was always subtle and i try to articulate it to people. Well you know obviously before joint floyd before the whole deal try articulated people anyway knowledge you. Yes not not thing. So you talk about the sportsmen's club in boston. That sort of you know when i bought my club here in chicago one of the things that was like now this has come one. Come all you wanna put your feet on the table. That's right we're whereby new next year. You know the every kid can walk down the hallway without putting the hand on the wall. that's fine. We'll repainted every year right. We don't plan on it but everybody knows each name and the kids are free to be kids. Tell us about 'cause. I clearly do a bad job at articulating. What that or that feeling is. Tell us about the. Can you describe that stealing of being a black person in white club that that you talked about didn't exist at the sports and the club. What felt different. You mean what's different at sportsman's or what you feel when you went anywhere really went anywhere else. So the generation my generation was taught. You had to be twice as good and you also know where you had to be impeccable with your life skills with your manners and everything because we're gonna look for a reason to discount you so as kids said or say yet you knew you had to come correct that was just it so.

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"each name" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"John from the island of patmos. John was exiled on the island of patmos and he wrote down. These words from revelation chapter thirteen versus sixteen to eighteen. Please do not believe me. Everybody read this. Look it up yourself. It says any it causes all both small and great rich and poor freen bond to receive a mark in their right hand or in their forehead. That no man. My buyer sells said that he had the mark with the name of the beast or the number of his name. Here's the wisdom. Let him that half the understanding count. The number of the beast for it is the number of a man and his number is six hundred three score and six. So that is the word corona. I think it has donald wilson reagan. Six letters each name but wait a second. So you're saying that. What is the mark of the. That is the bbc again. I know there are a lot of people are tuning out because this is difficult to take in but it's our go ahead inside the shot. There's a technology called s one. Oh two ca. There's three different shots all the shots. Look up the shots. sim one. Oh tuesday technology. S what is to m dash one to look it up and duck duck. Oh and s to also has an sm not as a technology called lucifer. Race l. c. i. f. e. r. I know that that's true. Go ahead so anyway. When you look up graphing oxide which is in the medina shots and other shots graphing oxide and lucifer rayson. Sm one zero two and the patent number bill gates has and you say well who developed the shots. Well bill gates the big vaccine king. He has a spiritual adviser by the name of marina abramovich. That's who we featured during his easter commercial last year and marina. abramovich is a satan-worshipping spirit cooker. Duck duck not that. There's anything wrong with that. We don't judge are you can't wait a minute. Clay come on. Come on this is to we. We can't raise through this. You just made a statement. That's like

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"each name" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm looking at here is yeah. Population schedule or the census is from 1930. Harry Pace is the head of the household. You have wife, Evelyn. Josephine and Harry Junior. They were all in the household. In the right hand column next to each name are the letters any G And if you look at the 1940, cents is, you'll see that in that same column. There are double used for white. This. This is our grandfather. Right here, you know. So what happened in that 10 years? Growing up. I identified his wife I was never told I was anything else. But why? Until relatively recently. When I was 62 years old. We found out that Harry Pace was African American and who he was and what he did. Even as he left New York, left the music industry moves into insurance. Pace continued to be a race man. He's still actively engaged in the black movement. But yet at home privately, his family lived as if They were not black. He looked like a white man. He He could pass his white and probably did all his life. Those people don't go around with a sign on their back, says I'm black. Would you? I don't know what his situation was. And you know, I wouldn't. I wouldn't pass judgment until I walked a mile in his shoes. My grandfather died on July 19th 1943. He was 59 years old. I think in the annals of history, he's been forgotten. But Harry Pace gave us a blueprint. That other labels after blacks one used where this Motown records whether Stax records whether it's Philadelphia International records, a black owned black operated music business. That focused on black artistry..

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"each name" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Alright. What I'm looking at here is yeah. Population schedule or the census 1930. Very pace is the head of the household. You have wife, Evelyn. Josephine and Harry Junior. They were all in the household. In the right hand column next to each name are the letters any G And if you look at the 1940 cents is you'll see you in that same column. There are w used for white. This. This is our grandfather. Right here, you know. So what happened in that 10 years? Growing up. I identified his wife I was never told I was anything else. But why? Until relatively recently. When I was 62 years old. We found out that Harry Pace was African American and who he was and what he did. Even as he left New York, left the music industry moves into insurance. Pace continued to be a race man. He's still actively engaged in the black movement. But yet at home privately, his family lived as if They were not black. He looked like a white man. He could pass his white and probably did all his life. Those people don't go around with a sign on their back, says I'm black. Would you? I don't know what his situation was. And you know, I wouldn't. I wouldn't pass judgment until I walked a mile in his shoes. My grandfather died on July 19th 1943. He was 59 years old. I think in the annals of history, he's been forgotten. But Harry Pace gave us a blueprint. That other labels after blacks one used where this Motown records whether Stax records whether it's Philadelphia International records, a black owned black operated music business that.

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"each name" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At here is the population schedule or the census 1930. Harry Pace is the head of the household. You have, uh wife, Evelyn. Josephine and Harry Junior. They were all in the household. In the right hand column next to each name are the letters any G And if you look at the 1940, cents is you'll see you in that same column. There are double use or white. This. This is our grandfather. Right here, you know. So what happened in that 10 years? Growing up. I identified as white I was never told I was anything else. But why? Until relatively recently. When I was 62 years old. We found out that Harry Pace was African American and who he was and what he did. Even as he left New York, left the music industry moves into insurance. Pace continue to be a race man. He's still actively engaged in the black movement. But yet at home privately, his family lived as if They were not black. He looked like a white man. He He could pass his white and probably did all his life. Those people don't go around with a sign on their back, says I'm black. Would you? I don't know what his situation was. And you know, I wouldn't. I wouldn't pass judgment until I walked a mile in his shoes. My grandfather died on July 19th 1943. He was 59 years old. I think in the annals of history, he's been forgotten. But Harry Pace gave us a blueprint. That other labels after blacks one used where this Motown records whether Stax records whether it's Philadelphia International records, a black owned black operated music business. That focused on black artistry..

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"each name" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Friends often thought about the many lives. Lack like mine cut short by racist violence. These names these moments go back much further in time across my parents lifetime my grandparents and beyond recently i came across the list of more names some i recognised most. I did not this list. Written down. typed out submitted to congress part of an initiative within the fbi. A list of women men children most of them black all deaths from decades ago crimes where justice went cold each name on the list a story with an open question. They've been dying vietnam. They've been in eastern your. They died right here in the united states. The blood a hundreds of innocent men and women is calling out to us. I've spent more than a year china. Understand how why this list came about there. Were questions as to whether or not this was about the people. The politics spoke with some of the officials behind the effort. As i communicated to the president. Look i'm not sure that our success rates can be very very high but nonetheless we have an obligation to the families. Try to understand what came of the promise that this list of names represents i will always think that we could have done more that there was just that one last interview that we should have gotten one more door we should have knocked on. I've spoken to the people who were trying to fulfill a promise to those on that list before the us government ever became involved. It was really one of those situations where you you realize. The clock was ticking. We need to look at all these other cases in help. All these other people and i've talked to the families of those killed. You've never given up on finding the truth i guess. What would it be like if he had conducted and beat their and nobody has ever been tried when i got that call house on top of the world. Oh my goodness my brother's not forgotten. I think that the men that did.

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"each name" Discussed on Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on Faith Over Fear

"And i took them away and then i started writing with another friend just for fun but god eventually many many many years later start to feel that feeling inside of creating again and i was in a bible study one day and i was thinking. Wow that person to win the bible study they have the coolest job because you get to write about christ and they get to talk about christ in got. I like to say. God hit me on the head of the bible. And he's like hello. Do you not remember what i put into you all these years ago and that started this journey of being a writer. Of course. I did it wrong a few times. I tried to bible studies. Because that's when it hit me but eventually we got around to know. God has me writing fiction. But you know got a creative god but we're not necessarily call to these creative careers you know we. We're all called to something. It's finding that something and being aware that when we step into it satan's going to try to be realists in every way he possibly can. I especially like how you talked about it. Being a journey an n. That's kind of how. I see god in our lives is journey of recreating us as he intended right. And so tell me a little bit about that. Like what i mean. What mentally was going on during your journey. I like what you said because we it's a journey it's a race where not where we're gonna be. We're all still on the path. We're not at completion yet. And sometimes i think we are really hard on ourselves because we don't know what the next step is. We're not sure where we're supposed to go but for me it was just this ultimately there was this sense of rightness and the sense of almost recalling who i used to be because at eighteen and nineteen and like i said i wrote i mean. My grandmother had when she passed away. There were stories in her desk that i had written when i was in kindergarten so it was something that was always in me. It was just recognizing that it wasn't just a thing. That was there that i did for fun. It was something god had placed implanted and being able to look back and see the people he had placed in my lives on an english teacher. In high school who encouraged me to write two of them. Who saw something in me that nobody else did. But watching hindsight's twenty twenty watching all those things he put into place fall together to make this bigger picture. And sometimes we don't see until we're on the backside and we can look back at the road and see oh that turn that turn that turn when we're all in the race course. We may not be able to know what's coming next. That's true and that's why when he to really be turning to god and just trusting him to lead us and today we're beginning a series on finding courage in the names of god now in the ancient world names held a lot of significance to convey the person's character which is why we often see god changing people's names after significant spiritual encounters the name change indicated a character change throughout scripture we. We'd a lot of various names for god. Some of them that he revealed others were spoken by others after powerful god moments and each name reveals part of god's fastness of who he is at his core his awesome powerful faithful the alpha and omega the beginning of all things all things and holds all things in his hands. Our lives included. We belong to elohim the creator and the recreate of all things and is genesis one versus one through to says in the beginning. God in that is if you go back to the original hebrew. It's elohim created the heavens and the earth..

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"each name" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch

The FRONTLINE Dispatch

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch

"About fifteen years ago. The federal government began a formal effort to try to do right in cases like him. It's racist killings had happened during the civil rights era. The either unsolved or without punishment at the center of this quest is a list put together by the department of justice in the fbi. Now to one hundred fifty one names in along with this list was a law named for emmett till they're required the government to do something reopen reinvestigate find justice where they could emits name is arguably the best known on this list but as i read through each name there others i recognize who stories and outcome shaped me and how i see this country the majority of these names though. I don't know mous or not. I can't shake this one. Thought they were all someone to somebody they loved for year. I've been trying to understand how this list came to be. And whether it would achieve what these agencies claimed it was meant to do for the families in memories of those killed. I don't think that they'll ever be justice for our family. I think that the men that did this will probably go to their graves. Got away with murder guy ducted and beat to death and they found a way back of tricks and nobody has ever been tried. I'm sure a lot of the other families. Probably feel the same way i do. 'cause i'm sure that the fbi gave up on them as well as they did. My family one panel success. And i'm calling matter food for the family as i've looked into this list and the government agencies and politicians and people involved with it. I've tried to figure out what kind of progress has been made. if any and what. After more than fifty years which justice even look like for the victims and families these cases were decades. Old witnesses had died. Memories had faded statutes of limitation came in place. There were questions at questions as to whether or.

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"each name" Discussed on Well Grounded

Well Grounded

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on Well Grounded

"We'll talk about farmland values industry trends and the economy in this edition. Well-grounded our guest. Joe man is a regional outreach. Director at the federal reserve bank of minneapolis man's primary responsibilities involved tracking several sectors including agriculture of the ninth district. Economy in whichever's minnesota north dakota south dakota montana in portions of wisconsin and michigan. Each name. mann publishes eneg culture condition survey today. We'll talk about this year survey which was published in mid-may. Welcome joe welcome. Good to be here so to start with joe. I thought it would be helpful for our listeners. If you could provide a background of the study may be what it entails. How long the fed has has done this study in in this year. Yeah happy to do so So i actually just start things off. I would a little hesitant to call it a study because that makes it sound a little bit more scientific than it actually is. This is a a survey that we do of agricultural credit conditions in the night federal reserve district and you mentioned already the states that we cover We include minnesota. North dakota south dakota and then also montana and portions of wisconsin and michigan. So it's a survey of agricultural bankers in our region and a few important qualifications on that It's a it only includes banks that are federal reserve members so without getting into the details of how banks are regulated a lot of our agricultural lenders a across rural regions of the united states are state chartered banks. they're not necessarily federal reserve members So this is kind of a subset of your community. Banks in rural communities that do agricultural ending and we're only serbian goes banks that are members of ours that are heavily concentrated in agricultural lending so it ends up not being a lot of banks in fact For the most recent survey we had sixty seven respondents for this five six eight region that we cover and And that's kind of the spirit of it. We call it a survey but it's really more accurately described as a poll and we do it on a quarterly basis. So we do this four times..

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"each name" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"From that link jen you are the embodiment of the road to rediscovery. You have gone through some struggles some very dark times. You've learned how to reflect and apply yourself from what you've reflected and not only survive but thrive and you are helping people With what you have learned in your journey in helping them with their struggle. So i can't thank you enough for being on the show. I have really really enjoyed. Our conversation has been my pleasure. Thank you for providing a platform for me to be able to share it to the world. Well you're too kind all thank you so much. So now we're about to enter. The segment called three for the road and in three for the road. That's where i asked my guest three questions there. Random yet thought provoking questions. I encourage them to answer in five words or less. So what do you say jan. You think you're a for. I am so up for. I don't know if i can stick to five. But i have all right. Well let's see. I think you will be able to these customized questions yours. All involved. Dancing do okay. How about that okay. So each name or names. That i say will be a a question. Okay so for three for the road. Describe the attributes virtues that you see in the following dancing.

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"each name" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Case. What you know just going to have a baby thanks. You look assure that who was your doctor. Dr launch called him and he gives us the stigma printers now or a friend of a friend apartment d must be near the back kind of crummy looking for here we are. We wanted to see a husband. A husband much dordain lago all right. Let's go in find the light. Joe yes there's nobody home much of anything else. either. Barren room decided. I bet not even mice notebook here on the table book. Let's see jill. Funding asked about a dozen names and addresses with symptoms diagnoses and treatment listed under each name. I don't know quite see how this ties in unless duck. Let me ask you one thing. Do you know what we'll look in on. I did but come on. Let's start working down the list. We may be too late already. You know bush that photograph back there and the pressure looks a little like duck. the late ought to mental. It is cushion eight eight. It is it is short.

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"each name" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The day they didn't have cards with real I d pictures was all grainy. So is using his card working out and I'd run in the sun a little bit. With my sweat suit on, Go run out on the treadmill, Sweat Masson again and Sitting in there on a random guy just approaches me in a very, very comfortable manner. Positioned you? Yeah, very comfortable about it. And I said, no way. I'm not gonna enough. I'm out. So I left and went out and ran. And then I went instead of going back into that son. I went to the steam room where I witnessed something. No person. Should ever witness. Yeah. Especially as a 16 year old. Does it happen all the time does at this location? It's very infamous. I've my friend works there. It happens at the airport. It happens in locker rooms, Steve, it does just it. Does it does. You should have reported him. Couldn't I was scared. I was 16. I was illegal in there. I should have been in there in the first place, so I ran out. I freaked out. It was that's awful. Scarred me for life. No joke. Very grants are terrible. Anyway. On my birthday, Cliff brought me a bottle of red wine, and I thought that was delivered it to the door is really kind of him. I loved talking with Cliff. Tell us more about Cliff. Did you have a mustache? Cliff had a mustache. Okay, I think I know Cliff Cliff wore glasses. Okay. What was Cliff story? Was he married? He was single. And you know, the apartment complex where we lived, was technically off campus. It was probably about 70% students that live there. But there were other families who lived there and anyone who needed an apartment. And, you know, maybe Cliff thought he had hit the jackpot because he had, you know. Young guys to talk to. You could shoot the breeze and then the beautiful women. You're so naive, Beautiful women. No, no, he will you, Steve. Donna Cliff was just waiting to Pelant know he was always talking about the women. Of course he Woz easy goes decoy. Yeah, Yeah, I can't control the lie attract. It is a blessing and a burden. You know that, But we had a guy. I worked at a gym in senior year in high school. And there was a guy who, speaking of the sun, He only used The steam room. And was always Nick. I never saw him work out. I never saw him lift any weight, and he would He had a lot of reason to just be parading around the locker room. I'll say that other people we like dove into corners, his play. I did see Steve in the locker room. What do you write what you know about that? He did it around everybody. He was just very happy with how things turned out in his life He was and then he just paraded back and forth. Done. I was played in those locker rooms. There was nothing going on in there. I'm sure while you're shaving next to him, he's naked Fulling on full conversation. So how's your day going, right? Yes, he was. He wasn't Conversation. Have her a naked convo guy. Every gym as a naked convo gi, we run like the wind. You know that you're I can see you're Donna. Even I'm sorry, but you have to try. You understand that? That's not normal. I know it's not normal dating. He didn't take his clothes off when I was near him. He was always naked guy in the locker room. Cliff just enjoyed talking to me, and he helped me develop. Yeah. Guess what. Clever after you after you went home and went to sleep, you and in cliffs mind? No. He was hanging out with you on a rock. That is not true at all. You know what you already be smart. The legacy of Robert Ross, the painter and I will not allow you to do it of Cliff. I never got your last name shouldn't have done ruining Steve's childhood. Right now. We come back to the post office. See if cliffs faces like plaster it anywhere you might recognize him. There's another list that we're going to get into. Okay, according to a new study. If you have these names, you're most likely to complain on Valentine's Day and I went through this list. It just kept laughing at each name and thought. Yeah, they would. One day we'll get into it isn't your name on the list? We'll find out next on my talk. I love supporting local businesses. My talk loves local all month long. We're celebrating local businesses because they're our friends, our neighbors, our sponsors. And they could use our love and support a few times in February, will be interviewing some local business owners and representatives to find out what we can do.

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"each name" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"each name" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wars that we were thinking. I'm thinking, Antwaan Randle El Oh, that's a good one Chicago guy, So let's go with Antoine Antoine Randel. Always incorrect. Sorry, Adam. The only player to throw and catch a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl was Nick Foles. Super Bowl 50. There we go. Just happened to trick play. I feel terrible. It's okay. I thought I really had a confident had. I thought I had someone. Anton knew it through one. He did. Yes. Antoine Randel famously did throw one. Nick is in Louisville, Nicky ready for a question. Yes, And actually that first question. I actually thought it was gonna be Jim McMahon. But I think that was 11 years. That's a good That's a good point, cause he wanted to back up in Green Bay 96. Here's your question. Guys, tell me the youngest quarterback to ever start and win a Super Bowl, the youngest quarterback to ever start and win a Super Bowl. Why do I have a feeling you just happened? Yeah. So I was thinking to it did not just happen. I mean, within the last 20 years, but not like the last five years. If that was it was it was it, Ben. And Ralph is from my rookie year. No. Yeah, It was a second year. Didn't they win his second year, But I don't know how old what do you think? Nick? Is that gonna be your guys? Yes. Penrod, it is Ben Roethlisberger. Nice job, boys. Miller. Good work on there you go. Hold on Next 23 years. 340 days. Super Bowl 40. I think he had a quarterback rating in like 20 in that game, but they want anyway. All right. Next up. Let's go to. I think it's Duggan McHenry's next Doug, You ready? Dougie, Dougie, and he was up. There you go, buddy. You ready? All right. Here you go. Here's your question. Most points scored. In a in a career and career Super Bowl appearances. So this is the player that accumulated the most points ever. In Super Bowls, and I'm gonna tell you guys right now, because normally you think appoints. You think a kicker's It is not a kicker. I'm gonna give you that clue. It's not military or guesthouse Key. With the nice points ever in Super Bowl history. My angling is Brady just because of the number of appearances, but he didn't score a lot of doesn't score. Remember telling them we're talking about scoring? I'm thinking I'm leaning toward Jerry Rice Exactly where I was thinking to Europe because I know he had remember Steve Young threw six and he had a couple in that game. I know he had. Yeah, he had some news M v p one year against the Bangles when he scored two or three. Anything does direction. Let's ride with Jerry, right? Jerry Rice is the correct answer nightclub. Jerry Rice has 48 career points and a touchdown touchdown. That's eight touchdowns in the Super Bowl. All right, here's another question, Gentlemen. Now this one is tough. You're gonna have to put your thinking hats on, all right, and we got to go toe. Where I leave off. That's been a problem with me going appalling. Colin Deerfield. This is another 40. Niners related question. Okay, guys, Because they well, they when you go to a lot of Super Bowls, you're part of the trivia game. All right, Captain West Coast over here, Paul, Here's your question. Three different San Francisco 49 players are tied for the single game touchdown record in a Super Bowl with three each name all three Jerry Rice is definitely 10. Yeah. Jerry Rice is one you have you guys obviously got that I'll give you that. Cost yourself Jerry Rice. I would go with Roger Craig. That's what Mark said. And then when they scored six that that when about Ricky want, I was just thinking that, but he He was on that team that what do they call you want to go with Craig Rice and waters? Yeah. What do you guys think You're color? Yeah, that's fine with me. Yeah, that's the correct answer. Nice job..

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"each name" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"each name" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yeah. Better piece from Grand Brothers, a Swiss German duo Piano and Electron IX. The piece is called four rivers. And while they don't Specify what four rivers they had in mind. They certainly do seem to be burbling along at a good clip. Prior to that we heard a piece by Philip Glass that is specifically about the porous river in Brazil. He wrote that for the Brazilian group walkie From their album, August Amazonas, the waters of the Amazon, Syria's of pieces, each named after a different river in Brazil by Philip Glass played by walkie. And at the beginning of the set, we heard the title track from the album Miri M. I R. I Buy Buzek Oh Koya and his band on Goni Ba We got a plays the Ogoni, the West African loot, and this album is about getting outta dodge or in this case, Bamako, the capital of Mali, and going back to a small town on the banks of the Neige, a river We're.