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Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | Last month

Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

"I have a couple of questions for you because I'm not an expert on foreign policy and it's just doesn't sound right when president Joe Biden goes out and says he's going to defend Taiwan militarily. It seems inconsistent with what we would normally do. Obviously we would help fund them and their military action, but I want you to explain it to the audience because is this a bad thing that President Biden said this or is he right on track with his comments? Yeah, it's a great question. And so I was in the military for 25 years. And after that, I've been doing foreign policy national security heritage for almost 20 years. And been all over the world, talk to people all over the world in the Taiwan before. So here's the reality. This is the cold reality. And this is actually been true since the 1950s. Since Dwight Eisenhower was the president of the United States. The reality is the United States would fight to keep China from taking over Taiwan. And here's why. Taiwan is the key island in what's called the first island chain. If the Chinese government controlled everything from Taiwan down to the South China seas, essentially they could deny the United States access to the entire Asian continent.

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

03:39 min | Last month

"eisenhower" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"The format of this poem is an age old format as a letter, and a letter always has a hope of being read, but most letters that are written are written in order to get a response. Putting something down on paper also bears witness. It bears witness to the truth. It bears witness to feeling and it bears witness to the body that's writing it. In the intimacy of the writing of a letter in the setting of that letter as a poem, we see how the deep desire for solidarity and the cessation of war is present in this letter that's being written. The Polish Rafiq kathwari has written a letter in the style of his mother, and this whole book is called my mother's scribe. And when he was younger, he was his mother's scribe, and in a certain sense, I always find myself wondering as I read this book, are some of the poems that he writes in the hand of his mother. Are they recollections? Are they poetic inventions right now? Are some of them from an original source? Maybe there's copies of the letters that were kept. I don't know the answer to any of those things. And they're left in suspension for us. We find ourselves floating around the blank space of the poem, wondering who really wrote this, his mother, himself, something in between them. She only died at the age of 96 in 2020, just at the beginning of the pandemic. And this poem has been around for a while and in it what we hear is the space between him and his mother being given voice. Him writing in his mother's voice, just as in the way he wrote in his mother's voice to.

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

04:17 min | Last month

"eisenhower" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"That you'd include in a letter. Mother writes to president Eisenhower by Rafiq catharine. 6th of August 1956, dear mister president, I'm your shadow under the Kashmir sky. My 7 and 9 year old boy and girl are over there across the ceasefire line and my younger four with me over here on this side of partition. Children who grow up apart don't know how to say goodbye. Gods of wrath have flung me into an unloved city where flowers are dusty and branches are weeping. Even birds have stopped singing, my home feels empty. Why can the blessed nuns at Jesus and Mary convent Murray readily cross the line to teach at the presentation conference Srinagar and my children can't? Gods of wrath are killing my memory. A mother without memory has no history. I shield myself a silence. A voice speaks inside my heart. Often, I wish to make myself wings and fly. I have run out of tears, mister president, you are the sky and the earth, please tear down all walls, dividing people, not just in Kashmir, but wherever children become barricades, please show the world our resolve by printing this in The New York Times. Good luck in your bid for reelection. I'll pray for your victory. Sincerely, misses Murray I'm.

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Examining Eisenhower's Final Address to the Nation

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Examining Eisenhower's Final Address to the Nation

"And coming from Eisenhower, a man, a general who led the troops, the frame allied commander in Europe, led us to victory over Hitler. Someone who had spent his entire live adult life up until now in the military and dealing with these elements of war, peace and battles came to this conclusion that he said that we needed to be very wary of this new industrial or military establishment. He said in this quote, he said a vital element in keeping peace is our military establishment. Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action so that no potential aggressor may be tempted to risk his own destruction. That is strength. That is fighting from strength. This is the Reagan doctrine. It is the Trump doctrine. It's been the doctrine of most every president from, you know, from Johnson, the two Kennedy is to project a position of strength. We've seen that deteriorated here in recent years, we've seen a more isolationist mint, which is why Eisenhower actually ran, by the way, over analyzed statements in one who was moving, they were moving away taft, the Democrat was actually wanting to move to an isolationist advance. And again, in Eisenhower's true form, said there had to be a balance. He saw this coming. But what he said later on, he said, but the military our military organization bears little relation to that known by any of my predecessors and peace time or indeed by the fighting men of World War II or Korea. This is what we talk about earlier about how the military has changed to what we see as the more modern military of today from what he knew before World War II where we were not ready for war. We were not ready to engage Japan or Germany. We had to ramp up that system very quickly. And that is exactly what happened during World War

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"eisenhower" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Let's move on to the second thing that I say, and I'm gonna touch on this briefly simply because it's interesting to me that he and Washington both touched on that. And that is the moral and religious people. He said throughout American adventure and free government are basic purposes, have been to keep the peace. And then he goes on to say, to strive for less would be unworthy of a free and religious people. Any failure, traceable to arrogance or our lack of comprehension or readiness to sacrifice would inflict upon us. Grievous hurt at both home and abroad. And he goes on to say that in the next paragraph of the speech, he talks about that the powers that are the direct attacking, these ideas of freedom, or is he put it atheistic in character, they have a hostile, he said, we face a hostile ideologue, ideology, global in scope, atheistic in character, ruthless and response, and insidious in method. We're seeing that still to this day with socialist and communist, the totalitarian dictatorships in the world. In which divorce from morality, religious principles we see, what Eisenhower's talking about Juan because he saw it up close and personal. This is I think he's coming from his own personal experiences in World War II, seeing Korea and working to get us out of Korea. He saw the pain of war. He saw what these ideologies from moral and religious responsibility can do in a world and he wanted to have a balance again and he wanted that balance to be based on the principles that we have in a moral conviction to do what is right in the

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President Eisenhower on 'The Moral and Religious People'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:33 min | 3 months ago

President Eisenhower on 'The Moral and Religious People'

"Let's move on to the second thing that I say, and I'm gonna touch on this briefly simply because it's interesting to me that he and Washington both touched on that. And that is the moral and religious people. He said throughout American adventure and free government are basic purposes, have been to keep the peace. And then he goes on to say, to strive for less would be unworthy of a free and religious people. Any failure, traceable to arrogance or our lack of comprehension or readiness to sacrifice would inflict upon us. Grievous hurt at both home and abroad. And he goes on to say that in the next paragraph of the speech, he talks about that the powers that are the direct attacking, these ideas of freedom, or is he put it atheistic in character, they have a hostile, he said, we face a hostile ideologue, ideology, global in scope, atheistic in character, ruthless and response, and insidious in method. We're seeing that still to this day with socialist and communist, the totalitarian dictatorships in the world. In which divorce from morality, religious principles we see, what Eisenhower's talking about Juan because he saw it up close and personal. This is I think he's coming from his own personal experiences in World War II, seeing Korea and working to get us out of Korea. He saw the pain of war. He saw what these ideologies from moral and religious responsibility can do in a world and he wanted to have a balance again and he wanted that balance to be based on the principles that we have in a moral conviction to do what is right in the

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A Look Back at the Life of Dwight Eisenhower

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | 3 months ago

A Look Back at the Life of Dwight Eisenhower

"Of course, was the 34th president of the United States. He served from 53 to 61. Sort of the capstone of his career, you know, most do knowing his president, but most know him again as he is being the supreme ally commander in Europe at the end of World War II and leading the offensive of all of our allies against the axis forces and Hitler and Nazi Germany. These all playing together for this became his final speech and there's a lot written about Eisenhower and I would encourage you just to the wood of Washington. If you want to know more about the man themselves, you want to know about how they grow up how they came about, I would encourage you to read their several books out there to go read about them because they're fascinating in their where they came from and how they got there. In fact, it's a really interesting correlation between sort of three presidents in a row and this is an extra for you podcast listeners today. For listening, you know, if you look at the middle of the century in the United States during the came out of the FDR presidency coming out of the great depression moving into World War II, you had a person who was in essence grown for politics. He was groomed in many ways and his family from his cousin to everybody to be a politician to be a leader of governor or president. That's what FDR Franklin Roosevelt was sort of groomed to be. And then you have the one who became president one of the biographies of his accidental president. Harry Truman was one who was not groomed. He came from very humble backgrounds. He came from a very working class middle of the country background and Missouri to know to the presidency. And took those took that office very seriously because of where he came from and in the desire to serve the country. And then you transition to another midwesterner in Eisenhower. So in the middle of our time frame there in which we went through The Great Depression World War II into what began the use of the atomic bomb, the use of the beginning of the Cold War. And then the space race toward the end of Eisenhower's term that was beginning, again, this buildup of nuclear power, this buildup of military power through Eisenhower's administration and even the beginnings of what we say we see the battle of Korea. And then we see the start of what would be known is from our perspective later in Eisenhower's administration owning the candidates and then Johnson's is the Vietnam War.

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How George Washington Laid the Moral Foundation of America

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:24 min | 3 months ago

How George Washington Laid the Moral Foundation of America

"We're back for part two of this lessons from the past and what we're doing is taking two of our presidents and looking at their final speeches. And when I looked at these two speeches, they really, I think applicable in a lot of ways for today. Last podcast we dealt with George Washington, the founder of our country, you know, the one who sort of set the ideal if you would for the presidency. It was his setting of two terms that kept two terms as the president for many, many years. It was his ideal of giving up power and from a military perspective and starting that roll back over to civilians in our Congress and the constitutional conventions and making that all happen. He laid out a lot of things and it was that humility, it was that looking ahead. It was the warnings that he had about again entanglements, a foreign entanglement, but also domestic entanglements and the rise of what he was concerned of a partisanship and a partisan nature of even what he saw in politics in the early days of our country. And he laid out a foundation saying that if number one is, as we said, last time that if he put America first, if we put our put our American ideals together, no matter where we came from or what we were doing, this would provide the foundation for our country going forward and it would be the very foundation of not only our morality and spirituality, which Washington talked about. But also that moral underpinning of a country.

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The Most Broken and Least Reported Aspect of Washington, DC

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:10 min | 3 months ago

The Most Broken and Least Reported Aspect of Washington, DC

George Washington's Final Address: A Lesson in Humility

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

George Washington's Final Address: A Lesson in Humility

"About this. George Washington, who we've talked about on this podcast before, had everything in his power. He could have come out of the Revolutionary War and into the constitution. He could have been king. He could have been, you know, whatever he wanted to be. He was looked at as a father of the country. He was revered. He had everything and every power that you could want within his grasp and he willingly turned that over back to the states, the colonies at the time in which he was leading and said, and basically saying this union is bigger than myself. I'm going to give the picture of what he's saying. He said, the union of the college, the union of these United States is bigger than one and is not something for me to obtain. This comes really from a thing that really an interesting part of humility. And this will start off right here with the first point of Washington's farewell address. Listen to what he says. He says the impressions with which I first undertook this arduous trust were explained on the proper occasion. In the discharge of this trust, I will only say that I have with good intentions contributed towards the organization and administration of the government, the best exertions of which by very fallible judgment was capable. Not unconscious in the offset of the inferiority of my qualifications, experience in my own eyes and perhaps still more in the odds of other have strengthened the motives to different with myself and every day the increasing weight of years admonishes me more and more that the shade of retirement is as necessary to me as it is welcome. Now think about that for just a second. Here was a man who could be anything do anything that he wanted to do in this country at that time. And he actually still even after 8 years of presidency, he said, I've tried my best in my own strength and my own fallibility to do what is best for this country. There's an acknowledgment of humility there. And so many times today, I see this in our public spaces. I see it in our media. I see it in our politicians. I see it in some of our cultures, is that there's no humility anymore. And to realize that we may be wrong,

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"eisenhower" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Very real. The second part of this quote though actually in talking about these two leaders, Washington Eisenhower also is very forthright as well. And he says, principles, though, without pragmatism, are often powerless. Now this is also something I say these days. In fact, I see this one probably is more than I'm seeing on to just get stuff done and this is saying here are my principles and I will never be never compromised never look at ways to work within inside my principles to get anything done. In other words, everything has to be perfect. And we've developed into a society today, and there's many on both sides of the aisle and radio and podcast and TV and in the political role they say, if it's not exactly what I want, then it is wrong, or it is evil, or we attach something to it. That is not what true working as a country together actually is. And it's something that I think we can actually need to discuss when you understand that you have to have principles. You have to have understanding of who you are as a conservative. From our perspective and conservative or liberal would have their understanding of what their principles are so that they come back to those principles, they don't negotiate those principles in the sense, but they find ways that a solution can work within the principles or they can turn it down. Having principles doesn't mean that you don't vote for something, having principles doesn't mean that you can't agree to anything. If it's not a 100% right, but what it does mean is you're not going to give away what is core and inherent belief into yourself. And when you look at presidents such as Eisenhower in Washington, you begin to see this played out in a big way. The problem today, we see, and I think we're going to learn hopefully from these two speeches. Is that there is no longer a willingness to solve big problems. You just don't do it. I mean, we're in Washington. They say, well, I was there. For over 8 years in the state House, you just don't see big problems being solved. You see smaller issues being done, budgets getting done, smaller issues being taken up. But when it comes to big issues of the economy, a budgeting of spending of criminal justice reform of trade. All these things, they get left on the silence. Because there is this problem that I just said of that we have too many who are willing to only have their way and not be willing to find a way to get something done. So I want to start with that sort of introduction and we're going to spend a few minutes here on Washington's farewell address from 1796. And there's several things that I think was we look at this that's just going to come out that goes into this idea that I want to see as America getting back to getting things done. It means not everybody will get everything they want. But you got to be willing to stand in 5 or something to find a medium or a pragmatism if you would, they get something done. The first thing I don't want to look at and this farewell address from Washington is if you read over it and I have a copy of it here and I'm going to be reading something from it is the first thing you stuck out at me was he uses the first part of his institute to basically declare his profound sense of beauty to both a public and a private life. I think this is very important. Today, one of the very issues that I have is that many times government is being run by those who only have a public trough perspective and what I mean by that is the only work for the government. They've never worked outside of government. They probably some and I've had folks in committees and Washington where they are actually overseeing industry such as banking and have never worked in a bank. Washington would have never understood that concept. And I think today there is a change and I'm not going to say that 1796 is exactly the same as 2022, but there are some similar principles. This goes back to the principle based arguments that I do believe still operate. Number one, there should be a broad understanding of those working in government those who are elected in government to have a good public and private partnership in their own mind because they practiced in both. For Washington, he thought of the greatest honor given to be not only leading the troops in the Revolutionary War, but then to be given the honor of being the first president. He took that as a sense of beauty beyond himself. He looked at it for leaving Mount Vernon in his home and his businesses. He looked at it as something that he was out of duty to a country that he believed had given him much he believed that he owed much..

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Taking a Look at Presidents Washington and Eisenhower

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Taking a Look at Presidents Washington and Eisenhower

Robert Wilkie: 'Donald Trump Forced Putin Into a Box'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Robert Wilkie: 'Donald Trump Forced Putin Into a Box'

"Donald Trump forced Putin into a box because Putin couldn't figure out what the next move was. And then when he saw the administration in action, 200 of his hand picked, special knots, thugs, evaporated. And let's just talk about that for a second. So this is the moment in The White House. When president Trump saw the destabilization of Syria at the hands of hundreds of Russian quote unquote contractors who of course were special operators. And we killed them. President Trump gave the order to the death and they were vaporized. And sectors orders were very simple two words annihilate. Right. And they were annihilated and told us about the significance that Putin did nothing in retaliation. He did absolutely nothing in retaliation because he realized he was up against someone who would strike back. And he didn't know where he would strike back. And that is the key. I mean, you look at most of our great leaders have been incredible chess players in intellectually. Truman Eisenhower, Nixon, really. They not only could see a chess board, but they were three or four steps ahead. And they were constantly keeping the other side off balance. President Trump did that. And rhetoric rhetoric is an awfully important tool in statecraft. And often forgotten. Often forgotten because you could, you can fool the opposition. You can cower the opposition. You can create a fog of war so the other guy has no idea what's coming. And Trump did that as well as anyone, but let's contrast this. You talked about the British interlocutor you had. Donald Trump was not censured by the parliament of the United

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They Are Collapsing the Dollar

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 months ago

They Are Collapsing the Dollar

"So part of the global world order that we live under, post World War II. Is the idea that America will protect the sea lanes, America will keep peace in the continents. And in exchange, the world will use the dollar as the world reserve currency. So this idea of globalism has been kind of half tried, if you will. Many times the League of Nations by Woodrow Wilson, it was tried and failed miserably. The United Nations was a feeble attempt. Now, when we talk about the global order that was established in post World War II, let's say post World War II geopolitics, the world was a very, let's say damaged place. The world in more ways than one had difficulty being able to rebuild itself and to bring itself out of the, not just the troubles, but the widespread carnage that occurred because of the axis versus the allies conflict. So as a solution, Dwight D. Eisenhower and many others came up with a plan. That because the United States dollar was so strong because all of the fighting except for a Pearl Harbor happened outside of America in America suffered great losses in World War II, but far less losses than the 20 million civilians and army troops that died in Russia, far less than the 7 million people that were killed in the Holocaust and far less than the 5 million people that were killed that were German citizens or army members, far less than the 1.8 million that were killed in Great Britain or far less than the 1.5 million that were killed in Japan and the industrial base of Japan was depleted and Germany was in tatters, so the entire industrialized world kind of looked to one country as a way to keep the world order afloat.

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Have We Been Overly Worried About the Russians? Robert Wilkie Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Have We Been Overly Worried About the Russians? Robert Wilkie Explains

"Have we been overly worried about the bear? Well, we have done this traditionally. I mean, we made them out to be ten foot tall. And they're not in the British MOD confirms that. They've been reporting to parliament that Russian tankers are just getting out and walking away. Leaving their vehicles. This is stunning. Actually leaving their vehicles for the Ukrainians to pick up. So what you're describing is the incompetence of the Russian force. The United States Great Britain and France and Canada and Australia. And the Israelis. Practice combined arms operation. You just don't, you just don't train with infantry. You train with artillery, you train with air. And you combine those assets. I mean, an American approach to this would have been to destroy every anti aircraft system. Every airfield. Before the first before the first tank, let's go back to gulf one. So golf one, we had a couple of days of bombing that incapacitated the Iraqi military. And then 99 days. Before the combat troops deployed, we had 90 let's go back in time. I remember I was watching it on CNN. 99 days of utter air supremacy before we rolled the tanks, which meant once they rolled, it was, it was what it was like a two day war. But you know, this is not new for the Russian slash Soviets. I mean, there's a great Eisenhower story. He's engaged in small talk with Marshall zhukov. At the Berlin victory parade, and Eisenhower was trying to get from him, how did you get through those minefields? Minefields that were miles and depths. Yes. So quickly. And zhukov without missing a beat said I sent my infantry in ahead of my

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Charlie Chats With Dr. Paula Price, Founder of Price University

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Chats With Dr. Paula Price, Founder of Price University

"Hey everybody, Charlie Kirk here. We are at the national radio broadcast association here in Nashville, Tennessee and you meet all sorts of wonderful people at these types of conventions and they come on your show and you learn from them. So with us right now is a new friend. Doctor Paula price, founder of price university. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Great. Nothing but sparkling things about you. So we're going to have a blast. You've been talking to my relatives. Well, I'm not actually that's not true. Not all of my relatives would say that about me. So doctor price introduce yourself to our audience. Well, I am doctor Paula price. I have a church administrator called well actually called the embassy on the pastor and founder of congregation of the mighty where God's lands and I am the founder of price university author of the prophet's dictionary prophets handbook. I have a talk show called taking it on with Paula price. I train leaders and ministers around the world. So you're an underachiever, basically. You have a school, you have a church, you have the whole thing. So your outspoken Christian, you know, you believe in the natural law. I'm also the state committee appointment for Republican Party district one in Oklahoma. In Oklahoma. Oklahoma. Well, that's awesome. So let me just kind of ask you, we can kind of go from there, kind of go from this sort of topic, which is traditionally in the last couple of decades, the black community is not conservative, not Republican. What is your theory as to why that is the case? Well, I actually have a historical fact on that black Americans were Republican until Nixon. Nixon refused an audience with Martin Luther King, and because he did Martin Luther King, went to Kennedy, and Kennedy gave them the platform. So he took and brought black America under the Nixon was vice president. Yeah, well, part of that. Nixon was president after Kennedy was. I know, but when he wanted to have a meeting for him to back them, according to a book I read, I could be wrong. No, I know it would make sense because it would be in the 50s when Nixon was Eisenhower's vice president. Right. And the reason that I say that is because everybody talks about how we only voted Republican. Yes, that's right. Because of Martin Luther King, he shifted us to vote democratic. Got it. So would you think that mainly in the black community, their values are conservative in nature? Yeah, we are very conservative, but the issue is we don't, and I talk to on us because Republicans since I was 18. I've never been anything else. I mean, I did not like the way the Democrats were running and my neighborhood and my community. So I didn't. But I do know that we feel like we're ignored or we're misunderstood or we are pretty much not

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How Socialism Is Creeping Into Military Education With Robert Wilkie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 4 months ago

How Socialism Is Creeping Into Military Education With Robert Wilkie

"Lots of stuff to discuss. First things first, I need your response to the event I discussed in the monologue, a French professor Thomas piketty, who wrote the book time for socialism, okay? Is being invited to speak on our taxpayer dime at the Eisenhower school for national security and resource strategy at the national defense university where I served for 5 and a half years to do the following to discuss how a Western countries must stop their arrogance and must instead promote an emancipatory egalitarian global policy of democratic post colonial socialism. Now, I have no issues. If they want to do that in Harvard, if they want to do that in Yale, but this is the highest institution of JPM E military education in the Defense Department and it's paid for by you and me and all our listeners. And it's creeping into every level of military education. We already know what the chairman of the joint chiefs has said in testimony about courses at West Point and what he believes is happening to the military. We're not studying Patton or slim, great British marshal. We are studying this nonsense a socialist from a country that has produced one military disaster after another, the last battle they won was the battle of austerlitz in 1804.

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Mark Levin Recalls the First Time Meeting Mark Meckler

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Mark Levin Recalls the First Time Meeting Mark Meckler

"And so when you hear these state senators in this case in South Dakota saying I'm concerned about it That means they're not textualists That means they're not originalists There's nothing to be afraid of Milton Freeman said this was really the only way to fix things even Dwight Eisenhower looked at it and said this was probably the only way to fix things It many you older people like me You know who he pointed to it And as a matter of fact James Madison pointed to it as a way to trying to avoid what would become the Civil War So this is a very very important lever that we had And if we don't use it we're going to lose it right Mark Yeah look I mean it's there It's for us to use It was put in there for a time such as this Another thing I'd like to address Marcus I get people in senators and state legislators who question me like who are you Are you some kind of secret less dis I get accused of being funded by Soros I know you and I have known each other for a long time I remember the first time we sat down and had dinner together Would you mind talking a little bit about because you know the history of this organization and an independent kind of third party view on that Well the organization came to be around the time I booked liberty and exchange of my book the liberty amendments came out Mark and I had coordinated We hadn't planned it's just so we studied this issue And at the same time we said we need to push this We didn't say it again We never talked about it in any coordinated way did we No No we had no advanced discussion We were both very surprised to find the other one involved in this

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The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 5 months ago

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Liz Cheney Is Content to Carry the Democrats' Spear for January 6

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | 6 months ago

Liz Cheney Is Content to Carry the Democrats' Spear for January 6

"Liz Cheney seems very content to play the role of the Democrats frontman or should I say front woman in attacking Trump over January 6th. So very often these days when you turn on the media, social media, you don't see Pelosi, Pelosi has made some statements in fact she said the Republicans are everything they do every day. It's a kind of continuation of January 6th. What's funny about Pelosi? I couldn't even really hear her because if you look at her, her eyebrows are sort of like 9 inches above her eyes, and they're just like this and motionless. So. Because she looks good for a hundred years old. Which I guess is true. Anyway, Liz Cheney is the one who's, you know, sort of carrying the spear, carrying the water for the left. I guess she figures a career as finished in Wyoming, so why not angle for some different kind of job university president, foundation, president, CNN anchor, who knows? So here's Liz Cheney, I'm not going to quote her. Imagine if president Eisenhower had summoned a mob to Washington and sent them to march on the Supreme Court during arguments and brown V board of education. Then, imagine as the mob invaded the Supreme Court, president Eisenhower watched and did nothing, it's unthinkable. It's unthinkable. So I want to this analogy on the surface appears kind of convincing, yeah, wow, that would be very disturbing, but let me know what a few things at the outset. First of all, let me note that there's a big shift here in the kind of culpability that Liz Cheney is trying to assign to Trump. For a while there, in fact, for months, Trump instigated the insurrection, Trump made it happen. Trump was behind it now. They've moved from Trump did it. Trump started it to in effect, Trump didn't do anything in reaction to it.

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Joe Biden Does Not Get to Define Who Republicans Are

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 6 months ago

Joe Biden Does Not Get to Define Who Republicans Are

"Benny lecturers ask about what the Republican Party is or is not Cut 16 go Well some courageous men and women in the Republican Party are standing against it Trying to really courageous With the media at their back with the Democrat party at their back go ahead Well that party Too many others are transforming that party into something else They see how completely politicized this is Completely Now I had want to be the party The party of Lincoln Eisenhower Reagan the bushes All right let's stop The Democrats hated Lincoln Fact they assassinated him The Democrats hated Reagan Hated his guts They wanted to impeach him over Iran if they could have The bushes they blew off the old man as a joke and his son they said he was an illegitimate president So Biden throws out these Republican names Biden doesn't get to decide what the Republican Party will be and he doesn't get to decide who the Republican nominee will be As a matter of common sense and I'll say it whether people like it or not with arm under attack or not Everybody scratches their head frankly even in the media even in the Democrat party how the hell did this guy get 80 million votes From his basement

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Joe Biden Gives Less-Than-Inspirational Speech to Americans

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Joe Biden Gives Less-Than-Inspirational Speech to Americans

"Well yesterday when I was here, near the end of the program, the individual who was sworn in as president back on January 20th, Joe Biden. Came out to talk to the nation. And it was obviously designed to be an inspirational speech as we are nearing the holidays and he strode out to the podium and you had all manner of Christmas decorations and it's a beautiful setting and then of course he started to talk. And that's where everything kind of went south. If it was designed to inspire confidence to demonstrate leadership, I'm afraid it missed the mark. The mere fact that the president of the United States wants to address the nation and does it during the shank of the work day as opposed to the early evening, often during network newscasts, local news cash you've seen that for years, or during prime time. That's commonplace. If it's a message of importance, the president I don't care who the president is. That person takes to the airwaves in prime time where people will be able to listen and watch. This president does not speak in prime time. Folks, it's a throwback to the Eisenhower era. When news conferences were just held during the regular business day before they really started televising and broadcasting these on the radio. Why is that? Is it because Joe Biden doesn't function well after dark? Is it because they want to say that he spoke to the nation, but they don't really trust him to speak to the nation? I think that's a big part

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Anything But Idle

Anything But Idle

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Anything But Idle

"Podcast as well as he joins us each week on productivity casts and so welcome to anything but idle art. Hey guys how're you doing. Good doing really well doing really well. And so today. In honor of president's day i thought we would talk a little bit about eisenhower. That is not just the president but the matrix Well known in the personal productivity space as the eisenhower matrix. And so i thought we would have a little discussion in terms of what you know about the eisenhower matrix and what we can do. Utilizing the eisenhower matrix in our own productive lives. Who wants to walk us through the eisenhower matrix art. Go for thank. You gustav you. I thought you were ready to decide. It was urgent but not important for you to do it. So i can. Okay is in harare. Matrix is actually very straightforward. it's literally a quadrant. If you happen to be watching this online you'll see the image. If not you can just google it because it lays its four cubes quadrant and it goes important not important top and bottom urgent. Not urgent left to right and really. It's a matter of how it breaks out as to helping you determine when to act on things and what to do with them. Some people take it and apply extra to that but the the representation that we've got up here right now is if it's urgent and important you do it now. Which kind of makes sense if it's not urgent but it is important. You need to pick a time that you're going to do it. That means that you're committing to actually doing it if it is urgent but not important and this is where i struggle with a little bit. You delegate it who can do it for you. If you have that as an option you can do that. And if it's not urgent and not important you should delete it or eliminated. Wow i don't know if you're necessarily able to do that no cases as well..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"That is more possible today than it was even five years ago when you when i first wrote them. He's saying your proposal to invite mr eisenhower to state dinner during the nineteen ninety summit. It's an intriguing one as you might imagine. We're still in the very early planning stages for the event itself and the activities surrounding however as we progress with arrangements. Who will certainly keep your suggestion in mind so in this was signed sincerely alexander vershbow v. e. r. s. h. b. o. w. alexander vershbow director office of soviet union affairs from that first contact with the white house. June fourth nineteen eighty four to december fourteenth. Nineteen thousand nine. I had some hope but then things apart and that was never served in as i said john eisenhower. A great great man. General eisenhower like his father entitled but he passed away Several years ago my strong strong hope is that this time the roman catholic church but especially the holy russian orthodox church and even the eastern orthodox church as a whole will somehow get involved to see if we can have if we can have a repeat of what happened and my thought is this. I sent a copy of john. Eisenhower's letter to his daughter through the eisenhower library. And when i say remembering the eisenhower's trip to russia and new reasons to repeat it the original trip as you followed is dwight eisenhower and his son to eisenhower's that's why it's the eisenhower's trip plural. Now my suggestion is the churches themselves. And maybe the state department's invite the grand son and granddaughter of dwight eisenhower. These are the children of john. Eisenhower himself to invite them to make that trip in to russia and make a public redoing of that of that marvelous toast to the russian people of those who were in the war. Most of the participants most of the soldiers have passed on. But there'd be some who who are live. Millions died of course the soviets Suffered the most casualties of any of our allies by far in the millions. And when you add in the Civilian population you're talking in the neighborhood of twenty six million russians died And it was brutal. Fighting was brutal on all sides and they could make both. susan eisenhower. the daughter and david eisenhower. They could especially make an appeal to those who were youngsters and had to say goodbye to brothers and fathers who never returned cousins. Who never came back. Maybe they had four brothers who left for the war. Maybe two came back. Maybe one came back. Maybe none of them came back. Sir like our sullivan brothers. Five brothers died all all at once from a japanese torpedo. But anyhow if that could happen if our state department if mr putin's a state department if holy russian orthodox church if our roman catholic church even involvement from perhaps the vatican pope francis if they could reach out in an honest way and say look. We're not friends but we were once. Allies ought to necessity and it was stated that to your leadership in one thousand nine hundred forty five and it was stated again to your leadership by president reagan in november the nineteenth one thousand nine hundred eighty five..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"Several days in have listened to many toasts. I have heard the virtues of every allied ruler every prominent marshall general admiral and air marshal and commanders toasted. I have yet to hear a toast to the most important russian in world war. Two gentlemen will you please drink with peak to the common soldier of the great red army unquote. His toast was greeted. Dwight eisenhower says with greater enthusiasm and shouts of approval than any other. I heard during the days when we heard so many marshall zubkov was particularly pleased and said to me that he and i must be getting old when we had to wait for a young lieutenant to remind us who really one who quote really won the war unquote. That was it. And that's what i based my letter on As you know to the state department and just a few days. After i had mailed it to john eisenhower and and i should point on john. Eisenhower passed away round. Two thousand twelve or two thousand thirteen. He passed away. Anyhow here's was here was his response. Dear mr and mrs eric's june thirtieth nineteen eighty-six. I appreciate your letter of june twentieth with the enclosures you have an ambitious project underway in. I wish you good fortune in pursuing it. I reread the paragraphs. from crusade. regarding my toast in leningrad. I recall being worried for fear that someone would preempt my tribute to the common soldier of the great red army. I was lucky. Incidentally that trip to. Ussr was made in august. Nineteen forty five during the so called honeymoon like most honeymoons that period of warmth between us and the soviets were short lived but the comradery of the moment was sincere again. Good luck on your efforts in understanding between our two nations is the only way. The nuclear dilemma can be solved in the absence of mutual trust. Neither side is going to negotiate away any advantage perceived or real and then he went on with a couple other things as well and then signed. Sincerely john eisenhower. So my view without making it Too long is it didn't come about thanks. Things went bad even though at before things just fell apart. you know. Soviet union Philip parts the new leadership was very different from what it had been. But i'll i'll read you quickly one letter when i still had hope. This was december fourteenth hundred. Eighty nine dear mr erickson. Thank you for your letter regarding the next. Us soviet summit at the same time that the frequency and breadth of our dialogue with the soviets has increased on the official level citizens to citizen. Exchanges have also grown dramatically. The war that john isner must have generated with his toast is certainly symbolic type of interchange..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"Almost immediately. that rang a bell. And i thought no those dates and it seemed like just in a manner couple minutes few minutes. I remember that that was the beginning of the soviet union launching a counterattack against the german sixth army and the allies of the german sixth army in a city named stalingrad. I was just shocked by. I thought to myself. Ok how can i can i get in touch with. Should i get a hold of that. Same guy that same gentleman. Mr simon or should i try some other people as well and a couple. Things happened in short order. First of all senator mark hatfield who i had great respect for. He's a christian. It was announced he was going to speak to a christian group at a city That i could drive to in michigan. It was going to be given at a like a campground. A lot of people camping out there so i marked that down and for my wife at the right time our family got in. We went there. I talked about this in the previous podcast. Talked about it with them. He said keeping in touch absolutely. This is a good idea. I want you to keep in contact with me. And then shortly after that maybe with a matter of days or so in my library at the high school i worked at for Somewhat under forty years worked for them someone under that time limit. I got a hold of a magazine had an article on a gentleman by the name of jack matlock and he was attached to the white house and he was a soviet expert and he was also one of the high security people with the reagan administration. I got the telephone number ran up a woman with a heavy accent maybe russian. I don't know after about two minutes or so maybe three she said I want you to stop and you hold on. I'll get back to you so about three or four minutes later. She got back on the line and she said look right it up immediately. I'm going to give you the address. So that when he gets to the mass mailing that comes to the white house. It'll come to us immediately. So write it up. Get into the mail immediately and we will get back to you. So did that a couple of weeks later. Got a call from someone in the state department and They basically said look. We're going to do it. And then again i. I gave you the history of all the other stuff. That was the first contact that establish that relationship. By my pastor. Senator mark hatfield and of course jack matlock. He was tremendous throughout. Because it it. Some of these things took a long time and one of them. just didn't come to fruition at the time after that and after a reporter from the free press because you may recall in the past podcast that there was a blackout for awhile after the meeting in geneva but anyhow James mccartney Was the journalist stationed in washington working for the detroit. Free press who got the whole story. And then that story was was released. Sunday edition front-page detroit free press on the tolls that president reagan had given. That was very very important. That was that was the toast were were pregnant was quoted. We hope that this meeting will also be a turning point on court because reagan was trying to make the point that look. We're not just interested in a meeting and let's come up with something..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"It was a fight to the death. No-one knew at the beginning of the war. How it was going to end. Noah knew for instance who might come up first with some super weapons which eventually was reached when the the british and the americans work together in nevada and other places to perfect the atom bomb which was used near the very end of the war in the pacific. So we've never really been friends. And mike concern then and now is that. If there's anything of value in these podcasts that they also may in some fashion be available to the common people. the common citizens of what's now russia greater russia. The time will tell just how we respond to our current crises. And i'm especially attentive to the fact that thirty five years ago as a christian. I was very concerned that that we make our appeal to the leadership of the soviet union. But now it's it's not in. My subconscious is right up in front that i realized without the active help of the eastern orthodox church including a most holy russian orthodox church and the help of the roman catholic church of which. I'm a member. And i think i was very much inspired by john paul. The second the pope from poland who had endured the terrors of the war itself and then the terrible hardships and oppression that he his people in poland experienced under the soviet union. They were called members of the warsaw pact but in truth they were just controlled completely and there was a penalty to those who resisted the occupation. So i again feel that no matter. How intelligent and how smart we are in our state department and we have brilliant. People have all along interstate department and no matter how sincere our leadership is in even the leadership of russia. Because of course. Mr gorbachev had a very different approach to what the future could hold between russia and us from the apparent stance that mr putin takes in his vision of the future of our relationship. Russia and the united states and and truthfully all of western europe while of the nato countries. That's really the challenge that we face. And i think with all of our talent and everything else without help from god and without from our establish churches the holy russian orthodox church the catholic church in any of the churches at one of participate without their active participation..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"This current one is second. Podcast has the issue in the topic titled this way remembering the eisenhower's trip to russia and new reasons to repeat it in the first podcast in the first subject that we dealt with i had shared with with all of you some of the events in the nineteen eighties. When with the help of my pastor l. Jack met lock one of the chief people in the white house advising the president on security matters hand Also some help especially on the first suggestion. I made that white house was able to use was helped by senator hatfield who served the state of oregon so all three of these deserve major credit. I could not have done what i was able to do without their help. And the help of others as well. But i especially want to highlight those three today. I wanna get back to my concern. Over our relations with russia in many ways i see it very much like the dark days in the early eighties. When our rhetoric between the two countries was very bad there was no real respect and we had to start from somewhere in the reagan administration took the steps that they saw were helpful in reaching out to the soviet leadership and seeing if we could do something to improve our relationship and maybe also make it an enduring improvement and when we look at how things are today. It's very difficult to to say that we're much different from the way we were. Then we don't really have a close relationship. Nato is still very concerned about events going on concerning russia. right now in belarus. There are a lot of concerns that the population's disenchantment with their current leadership for the last twenty six years might trigger a response from mr putin and russia that would be further damaging to our relationship with russia and russia's relationship. Not only with us but of course with all of nato so this is the reason i wanna return to it. I might stress that at the time in the nineteen eighties when i had my three and counters ongoing encounters with the white house. Even though it was they were always meant to make direct appeal in a very honest way with the leadership of the soviet union. In the back of my mind. I was hoping that somehow it also would be shared with the common citizens of the soviet union because the things that were said were very very honest on the one hand but also paid very honest respect of that time when we were allies when you look at our ongoing history especially with the beginning of the second world war right onto the current. It's not really possible for me to say we've ever really been friends. I think it's much more accurate to say that. Once upon a time we were allies and allies out of necessity. Both sides both both the americans as well as our western allies and the russians to the east faced a very severe threat to our values to our to our sense of safety and i might even add as regards the russians. There was even a concern there of some possible kind of ethnic extinction because of the nazi stance that many of the people who were not of what supposedly the germans were were own through mentioned were subhumans and they made this claim against some of the populations of the soviet union. So it was..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To the show. Ladies and gentlemen, we've got two more. Joe Biden Audio get Teo. But first I just wanted I want to read you. A paragraph from The New York Times story. This story is about the there for years. They've been trying to build a memorial Teo like to Dwight Eisenhower in Washington, D C. Now This is, of course, taken on new controversy in the age of attacking statues and monuments. But there's a paragraph in herewith insertion. That I don't know why it's there, other than in the name of weakness, it serves no purpose in advancing the story. It serves no journalistic purpose whatsoever. The piece is entitled Eisenhower Eisenhower Memorial, Delayed by design Disputes opens this week. And you scroll down to paragraph three. Paragraph three, Peter Baker writes, or the editors, right? The memorial is the result of 21 years of disputes over its design that had nothing to do with the current national reckoning over statuary. But the timing of its debut provides fodder for the continuing conversation about how the United States views itself. Eisenhower was yet another white male figure from an era dominated by white men, but one who seems to offer his own particular lesson. For a fractious time. What the hell does that have? The memorial Tio, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Is opening this week, and that's in paragraph three. The New York Times decides to throw. It is just another white guy in a time of white guys. Well, Can I say it are? We allowed to say? Can we just go? Thank God for this white guy leased this white guy. Yeah, you could say the rest of us are evil and no good, but the guy who led the allies Against the Nazis. Can't we just kind of give him a little bit of a tip of the cap and say All right, this white guys, okay? You can't you can't be allowed to anymore. That's not the way the world works. This is how screwed up we've become as a society. Just another damn like I never did nothing for nobody. I mean, aside from defeat Nazis, but I can see why leftists Wouldn't really appreciate somebody who defeated fascism now would make him a little nervous, especially that we're honoring him like called Swallowing hard. Are we next? Maybe. Joe Biden again. Good morning. We're all going to die. If you elect Donald Trump. We're all going to die. And then he basically says we're already dead anyway. A very of lifting speech yesterday. Clifford Cut six. Go ahead. To give a climate arsonist four more years in the White House. Why would anyone be surprised? We have Mohr America blaze. Viva Climate denier four more years in the White House. Why would anyone be surprised when Maura America is underwater? Wait. We need a president Respect Science who understands that the damage from climate change is already here. Unless we take urgent action. Yeah, they damage from climate science is already here. It has infected far too much of our policy already. Let them finish the job Vote for Donald Trump. And you'll die. Vote for me and I will save. You know, I thought that Barack Obama saved us this speech about we'll push back the oceans. This is the moment that the oceans began to recede. We did it. And now what? We're going to die. It's weird how people who have been in Washington forever. Managed to blame all problem's systemic problems. Long term problems on the guy who's been there for 3.5 years. It's weird, isn't it? Now, The people who've been there forever have all the solutions to all these problems that have been here for decades. Upon decades that they've been there, they can fix it. Only they can fix it. It's all the fault of the guy who Literally could have had nothing to do with what happened. Mental. Biden proposes something that is, Don't know just seems a little weird to me. Cut seven. Go ahead, flaws create new markets for our family, farmers and ranchers. We'll launch a new modern civilian climate core. To heal our public lands and make you some us less vulnerable, make us much less vulnerable, the wild fires and floods. The civilian climate core to heal our lands. What they gonna do? Hug it. Hug a tree. It won't burn if you hug it. Say trees. You don't know this. But trees have a natural self defense against fires, but they just don't have the will to live because we've been too mean to them for far too long. It's exactly what we need around here. It sounds like a Southern Baptist revival, but it's a presidential candidate talking about the weather. Scary stuff. Speaking of scary stuff for Joe, his vice presidential nominee is already putting designs on the Oval Office. She made a little Freudian slip yesterday. Cut a go ahead to make sure you have a president in the White House who actually sees you. Will understands your needs who understands the dignity of your work? And who has your back Harris administration together with Joe Biden As the president of the United States, the Biden Harris administration will have access Provide access to $100 billion in low interest loans and investments from minority business owners. Paging Dr Freud, Dr Freud pick up the red Courtesy phone. Harris administration. With Joe Biden is president. Yeah, I guess we'll have your back. Hope. See? Hope Joe Biden has a fairly as a food. Sure. Hope he has a food taster will be back tomorrow Have a great one..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"And they absolutely loved it, and I figured why not give it away to some of my awesome awesome podcast listeners. Listeners here so if you want training and you're thinking about launching a podcast and all you have to do to get the training is go to my facebook, which the link is below in the shown us for this episode Click on my link. Shoot me a message with the word training, and I will give you the free training, so hope joy that hope that connect on Messenger and enjoy this episode. What is going on a friend today I want to share with you a question that I got recently about whether you should launch right now during a pandemic, and while this world is just really a crazy place. We've had riots. We've had the pandemic. Of course you'd have tons of other things that are just really odd for near normal midway checkpoint through the year so I got this question the other day that was a good one, because sure a lot of people who haven't launched it, or maybe they're thinking about launching, or maybe they know that they WANNA launch. Launch. They need help with a strategy or the need. Help some of the technical aspects, and they're letting that be an excuse to get them going and get the moving the right direction when they know this is the podcast is something they want to do. They know it's GonNa make sense for them. They know it makes sense for their business. They know they get a lot of value out of out of it, and they know they can give a lot of value more importantly to the world doesn't make sense to launch a podcast during this pandemic during this. Time of economic corrections. What a lot of people I guess the politically correct term it according to Internet experts. Honestly, I think yes, and it's not just because I'm a producer and yeah I. Make my living off of helping people with podcast. Doubt about it, but it's yes, because my question to you is what are you going to be doing where you're GonNa? Be when this is all over, and are you going to be further along, or are you going to be kind of in the same spot with the same platforms or the same place? You feel like you are right now. Your Business personally for me, I've taken this as a way as place to grow my knowledge in other places that week at such as facebook. Advertising platforms like spotify ads. A lot talk, allow learning and testing that space in honestly, this is the time for people who are smart to actually grow and continue to expand where you can in a podcasting is one of those things I don't want you to be stuck on the fence. Who you think launching there are during a pandemic doesn't make sense if you have the ability to grow and expand right now, and you're leading the pandemic excuse, or maybe even just like I. Don't have time for it. Stop you. I think that's really really ignorant. I think that's really really not the best thing for you. If you look long term in your life or in your business so. So! I had a coach teach me. Something recently shot to Greg Hickman from the all agencies and amazing guy and slowly I've learned from Greg. Is something called? The Eisenhower Matrix, and the Eisenhower made is consistent, consists of like four boxes right on the top. You have urgent and not urgent, and then on the left hand side. You have to think of a four part boxer Google Eisenhower Matrix. You have important, not important. podcasting falls into the important, but not urgent bucket for a lot of people. It's something that they know they should do. They know they want to do the. No, it makes sense, but they don't have. They know there's no timeframe on. Any pushing you to podcast with. There's really only really urgency comes from is from yourself internally nine times out of ten from what I've seen, so you don't want to let those needle moving tasks or needle moving objectives fall to the wayside and doing this personally my own business until Greg called me out on it and I credit him for that 'cause. I couldn't see with my own eyes so if you're being me. And being stubborn about and focusing on things that are urgent and important, or maybe urgent, not important right now. If that's where a lot of your time is, then I would challenge you to go and take a look at the Eisenhower Matrix and go and see if you really want to do a podcast. What makes sense with you for you and you are saying you don't have the time for it. Flat out all of the things you're doing and put them on one of those four buckets. You have urgent, not important but urgent. That's like. Email and things like that. You have urgent and important. Those are like creating content every week. That's like fulfilment for your clients. That's you know things like that. Those are the main two for me, and then you have -portant, but not urgent. That's like. Maybe ads campaign or building a Webinar or launching a podcast or launch a YouTube channel or going to this event. Maybe one Kobe's over the pandemics over, so we got important, not urgent urgent. Important not important, but urgent, and then not important, not urgent, which should not be on your list to do it all if you are in that space where you find you just putting it off then I challenge you to do this exercise Eisenhower. Matrix sort out your day on that. And then find a way to start moving towards your podcast growing launching podcast I. don't care if it's with through just like doing it yourself working with somebody working with us. I don't care, but I want you to start to make progress towards that goal, because I don't think it's smart for you to sit here and act like you don't have time when you probably do. So. That's all I got for you today. Quick little thought thought I figured I'd share with you. Check out the Eisenhower Matrix. A sort out your day and what your priorities? And I'll catch him next episode. Hey, thank you again for listening. Remember if you want the free training on how to start scale, monetize your.

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Trent365

Trent365

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Trent365

"The Eisenhower principle as you might imagine, was developed by former President Dwight D Eisenhower as a way to prioritize, he's decision making, and what he did was divide things into four buckets, based on a Matrix of urgent and important, and so what he would do save something was urgent and important that to be done now because urgent, and because it's important, it should be done probably you if something was urgent, but not important that it still had to be done gone now, but that is something that you can delegate this someone else. She didn't necessarily have to. To do it yourself if something was important, but not so urgent, then that's something that would be done by you potentially, but you can schedule that later on daren't have to do it today. And if something was not urgent and not important just to get done at all, comes off the lease, so as a way of prioritizing your task list I'm a big fan of just making a list of all the things I've got to do. But taking the next step and putting into one of those four buckets based on the Eisenhower Matrix of important versus origin. I think that's actually a pretty smart way to get stuff dumb, because I think subconsciously probably a lot of times we do that anyway, but if you have a structured system and process where you put everything in one of those four buckets then I think it's actually probably a much more efficient to get stuff done or put a link to the Eisenhower Matrix Communist blow something I've actually never heard of to be honest, but I just found out about it today, so I thought I'd share it with you. That is for today. I. Do thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"The Eisenhower principle as you might imagine was developed by former president. Dwight D Eisenhower as a way to prioritize, he's decision making, and what he did was divide things into four buckets, based on a Matrix of urgent and important, and so what he would do save something was urgent and important that to be done now because urgent, and because it's important, it should be done probably you if something was urgent, but not important that it still had to be done gone now, but that is something that you can delegate this someone else. She didn't necessarily have to. To do it yourself if something was important, but not so urgent, then that's something that would be done by you potentially, but you can schedule that later on daren't have to do it today. And if something was not urgent and not important just to get done at all, comes off the least so as a way of prioritizing your task list. I'm a big fan of just making a list of all the things I've got to do, but taking the next step and putting into one of those four buckets based on the Eisenhower Matrix of important versus urgent. I. Think That's actually a pretty smart way to get stuff dumb because I think subconsciously probably a lot of times we do that anyway, but if you have a structured system and process where you put everything in one of those four buckets then I. Think it's actually probably a much more efficient to get stuff done or put a link to the Eisenhower Matrix. Communist blow something. I've actually never heard of to be honest, but I just found out about it today, so I thought I'd share it with you. That is for today I do. Thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow..

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"eisenhower" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On the northwest side Eisenhower who help you today by Pat he did not look down the is I've been there and I don't know how to get that out without telling what we require and also it looks a little the buses and stuff is that why I'm losing require really I'm you know if you if you already have that creeping Charlie problem there it kind of sounds like that's choking it out and it and it's that's taking over at that I don't think we're marking him a little bit of shade so I wouldn't say it's necessarily that sounds like you're just gonna be battling creeping Charlie in that spot and I you know we would recommend the broadleaf herbicide or something like that but you don't want to run the risk of hi June June regardless of what my solutions B. two what if we would recommend you know getting a start transplanting that rhubarb and getting it into a little bit more sign in fact and then dealing with your creeping Charlie with a broadleaf herbicide yeah you know I recommend if you're you're listening earlier was that you know for barb can handle some transplanting so if you get into another spot that that it's not being overtaken by creeping Charlie I think you'll have a little more success well I'm getting some from a friend and I was gonna get it last year I've been going back I want it back I wanted to win a trip coming up yeah that's the best time to transplant when it is little and just coming up so in the coming weeks here be on the look out for it and and get into maybe a little bit sunnier situation and tackle the creeping Charlie issue hello and good luck to you that seems eager to things that are virtually indestructible then add rhubarb let's see let's go to Betty in Waukesha I believe welcome to the designer here Joe hawk we help you thanks for taking my call I you know I I have an area on the since you've been talking about shows in television I have an area on the north side of my house about two right next to the foundation all Pakistan under this two part how can I kill that and that and yeah kill it and wait hold on the Ford plant something and I kind of like a stroke something with color while you're up against it's challenging when you're saying that Pakistan there is a little bit boring if you want to eliminate that and it's it's healthy and established on your side I would actually recommend removing that with an herbicide I'm not overly you know a huge fan of a lot of herbicides but that's the best way to get rid of a super aggressive plants like Pakistan drought in mice gestione for a shrub that could really liven up that space on the north side with those kind of see you know constraints for two and a half feet you might go with Annabelle and in about there's some ferns and Annabelle hydrangea you could do that that money okay two and a half feet the navy there's lots of different varieties of do you like casa yes yeah those would do fantastic on the north side if you want to get a little bit of color in there there's a really nice shade perennial called a still be and if your pet does we do fabulous on that north side of the house and will not overwhelm that space okay good luck to your and their by the way we should give out their phone number if you want to call seasonal services during the weekend talk to either one of you or anybody else Joanna server certified arborist what's the number of their exam that number is two six two three nine two three four four four that number again is two six two three nine two three four four four four seasonal services dot com that's right okay let's says here time is okay let's go to it and the new Berlin and welcome to the show we help you that would be okay to put your headphones under Hey drain your budget I am now I'll take that one I don't love putting stone around tribes simply because it it just traps all the heat from the sun and you know that's kind of a hostile environments around the root system for for the shrubs to be growing and so on not highly recommended if you want to cut back on meat means you could do that just be super diligent about giving those plants enough water I will do this around pool decks and that sort of thing when we really don't want mulch Neil near poles or anything like that but be conscientious about giving that plants a lot of water the magic word motion that be something you could do instead on yes I I would honestly for a tender hydrangea I keep using that bark mulch to tell you the truth it's just a little bit more nutrient dense you know you think about that mark March breaking down and and providing a little bit of nutrients for the plants and that sort of thing on a much less harsh conditions so that helped him yes we have now and I get too tired of having to replace it every year but something marks how old are your hydrangeas he didn't hit the enter the house and they were already there they get very big in the morning and the day they do get like let's look at yeah but then once they get into that one the time of the Sega Saturn they spring back yeah my thought what the wire and more with the stone because then you could let the horse run underneath the men that have on going everywhere exactly so I mean there yeah yeah exactly so if you do transition to stone just be conscientious of adding additional water supplemental water okay good luck to him Hey let's see brings up to our break and the the active mortgage talking tax line is eight five five six one six one six twenty and we still have time for calls to give us a ring during the break we'll be right back and was kind of his radio station WGEM Jane.

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"eisenhower" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eisenhower is our hearts by an accident is reported in bound at York road there's a car in the ditch nothing else delaying you out their traffic flowing freely on this day after Christmas the forecast from the WGN's center here is my camera Nick we've got another incredible warm day on tap for Chicago if you like yesterday you're gonna love today it's going to be even warmer filtered sunshine but there will be some cloudy stretches from time to time record shattering war defective already broken the record for today the record high which was fifty five it will break it again later on today when we reach sixty four degrees here in Chicago in late December mostly cloudy tonight turning cooler it's coming to an end at least briefly here I could be a rain shower or drizzle or some drizzle across the south suburbs later this evening blow by morning down to thirty two tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy cooler forty two for the high here comes a storm of the weekend but it looks like mainly rain for us cloudy mild and Saturday rain late in the day high fifty three heavy rain possible Saturday night continued mild on Sunday with showers maybe even a thunderstorm on Sunday high fifty four and in winter returns next week cloudy windy much colder on Monday casual snow showers are flurries Monday's high only thirty two from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist mechanic well the official high temperature for Chicago on Christmas day was fifty seven degrees making it the second warmest Christmas in Chicago weather history this is amazing because I'm from Brazil so I don't like this cold weather so this is awesome we're enjoying the town and we're going to the theater tempted expected to be in the fifties like Mike said a cooling a bit over the weekend experts indicate that two dates expected to be the worst most crowded day to travel by air A. B. C.'s Chuck Sivert sin if you've already encountered a lot of airport congestion and delays this Christmas Hanukkah holiday week the organization airlines for America estimates that volumes expected to pick up again today following the Christmas Eve Christmas Lowell with two point nine million estimated to fly today and tomorrow U. S. airlines flight two point four million on an ordinary travel day the family celebrating early Christmas morning in their apartments in thirty five hundred block of south Washtenaw there was a gunshot may exclude Christmas presents a family with eating gathering talking at the table all of a sudden a project out came to one of the counts eight the baby community activist Andrew Holmes there speaking for the family seven year old in critical condition at the hospital a thirty eight year old man at the party shot in the leg he's in stable condition police are still investigating thousands of people are kneeling in prayer in Indonesia's Aceh province at ceremonies marking the fiftieth anniversary of the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami one of modern history's worst natural disasters only the tsunami killed about twenty two hundred thirty thousand people in a dozen countries as far away as East Africa on this day back in two thousand four as a solution army wrapped up its annual red bucket fundraising campaign a windfall from Springfield more from the regions Roger banish Illinois treasures office return nearly forty thousand dollars to the salvation army in Chicago when he comes from a program the office overseas that helps return unclaimed property or cash solution army money comes from the state of Amanda past way nineteen ninety nine the office has over three billion dollars still waiting to be claimed Roger matters WGN news well today's the first day of Kwanzaa do suddenly seem holding a corn the kick off event including cultural activities and a Kwanzaa ritual that starts at noon once the seven days to celebrate African culture and reconnecting with ancestral roots today the focus is on unity the celebration goes from the day after Christmas until January first in the division sports Stephen it and good morning while you were enjoying the holiday the white Sox were busy wrapping up another key addition the stock to reportedly reached agreement on a one year deal with veteran free agent at one end car now sealed the thirty six year old believe have a deal for twenty twenty for twelve million dollars with a club option for twenty twenty one and currency owners average thirty seven home runs the last eight seasons the white Sox become his six big league club nothing doing for the local teams on Christmas day there were five NBA games including both conference leaders losing Philadelphia found peace leader Milwaukee one twenty one one oh nine while the west leading Lakers dropped their fourth straight one eleven one oh six to the clippers the bulls host Atlanta Saturday the Blackhawks pick up the schedule tomorrow night when they host the New York Islanders seven o'clock here on WGN and the busy college bowl season gets busier with a couple of games today including the walk on independence bowl Louise zantac against Miami this afternoon we'll have a game for you at two thirty here on WGN the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Dave at it WGN sports your money until BGN Dow futures up thirty seven nasdaq futures up eleven S. and P. five hundred futures up five deal news reports big savings on clearance items some stores also advertising semi annual sales and bargains on electronics exercise equipment expect to be marked down for new year's fitness resolutions and of course look for big savings on holiday decorations the likely see sales for eighty percent of many holiday items it is fifty three degrees right now to hear fifty three midway ending Schomburg fifty four degrees on Chicago's lakefront heading up to a high of sixty four I'm Jim Sears on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN is the year end sale act mattress firm do a savings of six hundred dollars when you get a king bed for the perfect queen queen for twin get a free just will base we spend just four ninety nine don't miss our top by the sleeves memory foam queen mattress now just three ninety nine visit Matt from dot com or store near you to try your perfect bed today your body stretches for that matches firm of about four hundred plus Leicestershire to the blood out of which is pretty patient Robert all for sale something extraordinary has happened to Judy Sizemore's close it making it feel more like a closet an area that once because claustrophobia now has enough space to hold all the beauty striped boat neck sweaters and Judy size more has a lot of strength right now what is what.

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"eisenhower" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Eisenhower for personalized traffic on a man get the traffic Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hot bird just search T. R. A. F. F. I. at Chicago time Clinton WGN traffic central and the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center cloudy and cold today highs only in the forties for tonight scattered showers early then increasing and then when temperatures drop snow accumulation possible by morning a low in the twenties see they're going to sell the not me for for one evening for veterans day no diminishing in the afternoon but still some accumulation and temperatures falling only into the twenties we still have thirty nine it over here and also forty two at midway Gary Indiana forty five Chicago's lakefront forty two in a couple of audience members here pointed out that not only is today the anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund fitzgerald it's the fiftieth anniversary of Sesame Street thank you thank you thank I'm Dave Florida three times on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN dean time at three ten more time three times three dot com broadcasting live from three times on north road bearing in seven twenty what do man how great is that the best all right here although it does seem twenty two years the actual lyrics of that call instead of three times and then as we go bills not the deck the hall we have get the standing room only.

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