35 Burst results for "Every Individual"

School chief: Discipline not needed for boy before shooting

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

School chief: Discipline not needed for boy before shooting

"The the school school superintendent superintendent in in Michigan Michigan is is speaking speaking out out about about a a deadly deadly shooting shooting at at a a local local high high school school Tim Tim thrown thrown leader leader of of Oxford Oxford community community schools schools says says the the teenager teenager accused accused of of killing killing four four students students was was called called to to the the office office on on the the day day of of the the shooting shooting and and his his parents parents were were there there but but no no discipline discipline was was warranted warranted sheriff sheriff Mike Mike Bouchard Bouchard says says there there was was no no history history of of problems problems this this individual individual did did not not come come on on the the school's school's radar radar at at all all for for either either bullying bullying or or problem problem behavior behavior or or questionable questionable behavior behavior until until the the day day before before investigators investigators say say the the semi semi automatic automatic gun gun was was bought bought legally legally by by fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan Crumley Crumley spa spa there there last last week week prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald was was asked asked if if the the parents parents could could be be held held accountable accountable we're we're reviewing reviewing potential potential charges charges and and hope hope to to have have an an announcement announcement about about that that superintendent superintendent thrown thrown says says the the school school looks looks like like a a war war zone zone and and won't won't be be ready ready for for weeks weeks I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Kathie Lee Gifford Explains Who Jesus Is in New Book 'The Jesus I Know'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Kathie Lee Gifford Explains Who Jesus Is in New Book 'The Jesus I Know'

"Gifford, the book is the Jesus. I know, honest conversations and diverse opinions about who he is. So it seems like already in the title Cathy, you are, you're kind of going out of your way to make a statement that the Jesus that we hear about or that a lot of people have heard about is not quite who Jesus is. In other words, a lot of people have gotten a lot of bad religious ideas about Jesus, and they have kept him at arm's length. And you, in your life, have made an effort to have conversations with people to lead him to who Jesus really is. I believe that Jesus shows up in people's lives in different ways. He's a custom made God. He loves us as individuals. That's why I can't stand this cookie cutter mentality in the culture we live in today look like I do. Breathe like I do. Worship like I do vote like I do, you know, speak just all the same mumbo jumbo. I repel it from it because I recoil from it because that's the antithesis of what God did when he created us. It's so much trouble. Snowflakes have a completely different DNA, millions and billions and billions. And we do too. And then the world tries to make us all the same. And I just believe that that's also why I left college. I went to a Christian college and I left. Because I knew I was different and I said, they should not mess with my difference. God is not pleased when we mess with people's differences. We're like, we're offending him. Wait a minute, I made Eric to be a smart butt. You know to act that way. You know, he can work on that compliment or what was that? He can work on some of it, we'll work together, but our idiosyncrasies and our piccadilly and all those kinds of things are what make us unique. And since you're challenging me now to correct you when you did piccadilly pick it up. Take a little puck a little pick a little bit.

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What Does Mike Gallagher's Antibody Test Results Mean?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 2 d ago

What Does Mike Gallagher's Antibody Test Results Mean?

"Means. I asked my doctor and, of course, he's busy, I guess, so he couldn't give me an answer. And I know he's telling his nurse, mister instant gratification will have to wait. Tell a Gallagher he'll wait. So what open line, Tracy, we need somebody who can give me a analysis of what it means to have an antibodies test that says in red, 2.40 and an H and then next to that, it says reference range, 1.00. And it says a test result is that that is 1.00 or more positive means antibodies to SARS COVID COVID CoV-2 were detected in the blood. Sample by the test. This could mean that the individual, me, may have an immune response to a recent or prior infection with SARS COVID two. Or it may occur after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.

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Is Roe v. Wade on the Ropes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 3 d ago

Is Roe v. Wade on the Ropes?

"We did know that the abortion case was taken up by the United States Supreme Court, the third branch of government article three, 9 justice on the Supreme Court in that way for a 150 years, the current regime wants to change it. And they want so essentially the issue is this is that Mississippi has passed a law that outlaws abortion at 15 weeks. The Mississippi solicitor general has decided to take that law and defend it through court, the pro abortionists, the people that are on the side that it's not a human life, it's just something else called the cells, the center for reproductive rights, they're arguing out in front of the Supreme Court. Now, I'll be very honest. My expectations were low. I'm a very pro life individual. I speak out about the scourge of abortion. We've done that on many different occasions here on this program and on our podcast. In fact, I encourage you to check out the Seth Gruber conversation from this last weekend. Connor, what great timing that we posted Seth Gruber when we did? We were holding on to that sets of dear friend. He is one of the most articulate pro life activists. I encourage you to check out that podcast, the best case against abortion you will hear. And I did not expect to have much action. I expected the justices actually Alito and Thomas I expected to probably draw a line. I didn't expect some of the middle justices like Gorsuch or Kavanaugh or Amy Coney Barrett to start to signal that they were somewhat sympathetic with the Mississippi abortion law. Now we have a lot of sound that I want to get to here. We have a lot of different kind of cuts that I want to get and the name of the case because you're going to be hearing this time and time again is Dobbs versus Jackson's women's health organization. Dobbs V Jackson and it's looking like for just kind of a bystander that roe versus wade might be on the ropes.

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1st US case of COVID omicron variant confirmed in California

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

1st US case of COVID omicron variant confirmed in California

"A a person person in in California California is is the the first first in in the the U. U. S. S. with with an an identified identified case case of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant with with confirmed confirmed cases cases in in about about two two dozen dozen countries countries Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci had had said said it it was was just just a a matter matter of of time time before before one one was was found found here here man man now now it it has has been been the the individual individual was was a a traveler traveler who who returned returned from from South South Africa Africa on on November November the the twenty twenty second second and and tested tested positive positive on on November November the the twenty twenty ninth ninth algae algae says says the the person person was was fully fully vaccinated vaccinated and and has has a a mild mild symptoms symptoms which which are are getting getting better better officials officials say say all all the the persons persons close close contacts contacts have have tested tested negative negative the the by by the the administration's administration's restricted restricted travel travel from from southern southern Africa Africa and and is is moving moving to to tighten tighten testing testing rules rules for for overseas overseas travellers travellers Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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US case of COVID-19 omicron variant identified in California

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

US case of COVID-19 omicron variant identified in California

"The the White White House House says says an an Omicron Omicron very very in in case case has has been been identified identified in in the the U. U. S. S. for for the the first first time time we we knew knew that that it it was was just just a a matter matter of of time time Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says a a person person in in California California who who traveled traveled from from South South Africa Africa late late last last month month tested tested positive positive last last week week the the individual individual was was fully fully vaccinated vaccinated and and experience experience mild mild symptoms symptoms which which are are improving improving at at this this point point out out he he says says it's it's unclear unclear if if the the person person had had received received a a booster booster shot shot but but he's he's urging urging all all Americans Americans to to get get one one ward ward get get vaccinated vaccinated if if they they haven't haven't received received any any shots shots his his remarks remarks came came not not long long after after president president Biden Biden again again urged urged Americans Americans not not to to panic panic about about the the variant variant as as scientists scientists learn learn more more about about its its strength strength my my concern concern of of course course I I am am until until we we get get the the final final answers answers Sager Sager make make ani ani Washington Washington

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3 lawyers readying arguments in high court abortion case

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

3 lawyers readying arguments in high court abortion case

"The the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court justices justices hear hear arguments arguments today today in in a a major major abortion abortion case case for for Mississippi Mississippi which which seeks seeks an an end end to to the the roe roe versus versus Wade Wade decision decision of of nineteen nineteen seventy seventy three three roe roe versus versus Wade Wade codified codified a a woman's woman's constitutional constitutional right right to to an an abortion abortion before before fetal fetal viability viability around around twenty twenty four four weeks weeks in in the the Mississippi Mississippi case case Dobbs Dobbs verses verses Jackson Jackson women's women's health health the the state state is is defending defending its its law law that that bans bans abortion abortion after after fifteen fifteen weeks weeks well well before before viability viability the the conservative conservative majority majority court court could could either either let let the the Mississippi Mississippi law law stand stand up up hold hold the the fetal fetal viability viability precedent precedent or or completely completely overturn overturn the the roe roe decision decision allowing allowing individual individual states states to to decide decide former former vice vice president president Mike Mike pence pence weighed weighed in in life life is is a a human human rights rights and and urged urged the the Supreme Supreme Court Court of of the the United United States States to to choose choose life life three three lawyers lawyers will will present present their their cases cases a a decision decision is is expected expected by by this this summer summer hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting an an appeals appeals court court orders orders the the release release of of some some older older reports reports passages passages a a federal federal appeals appeals court court has has ruled ruled to to the the justice justice department department can't can't disclose disclose certain certain redacted redacted passages passages from from the the Russia Russia investigation investigation report report compiled compiled by by special special counsel counsel Robert Robert Muller Muller that that relate relate to to individuals individuals who who were were investigated investigated by by prosecutors prosecutors but but not not charged charged the the ruling ruling came came in in a a public public records records complaint complaint from from the the news news organization organization buzzfeed buzzfeed the the three three judge judge panel panel ruled ruled passages passages buzzfeed buzzfeed sued sued to to see see can can be be disclosed disclosed because because they they involve involve facts facts available available elsewhere elsewhere in in the the report report specifically specifically the the appeals appeals court court said said the the justice justice department department must must disclose disclose redacted redacted information information about about the the Muller Muller team's team's decision decision not not to to prosecute prosecute an an unnamed unnamed person person for for campaign campaign finance finance violations violations buzzfeed buzzfeed contends contends that that person person is is likely likely Donald Donald Trump Trump junior junior Mike Mike Crossey Crossey out out Washington Washington

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The Salvation Army Now Embraces Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 5 d ago

The Salvation Army Now Embraces Critical Race Theory

"For decades I think even as a young kid when I would walk into the supermarket or some place and there were these individuals in the special outfits with the special hats with a bucket of red bucket the Salvation army Take a Protestant Christian organization Doing great works and I figured among the least controversial the organizations out there have never heard anything negative or political from them And so I don't need the government to tell me to redistribute wealth When they're out there if I go into the store I always put a $20 bill in there come in put a $20 whatever it is Same with the Boy Scouts the girls got whatever But these institutions are dying Not all the boys and girls in the Boy Scouts and girl scouts and their parents many of them are so earnest And out all the people ringing the bells for the Salvation army but the Salvation army now is an institution Has been corrupted Great sight trending politics but this is really everywhere Eric Thompson Salvation army once white donors to offer a sincere apology for systemic races What was founded in 1865 in London England is both a Protestant Christian church and international charitable organization a Salvation army has now embraced critical race theory

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What Does the Salvation Army's Racism Study Guide Say?

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 5 d ago

What Does the Salvation Army's Racism Study Guide Say?

"The Salvation army's leadership team just created and quote international social justice commission Which has developed and released a resource to educate its white donors volunteers and employees called let's talk about racism It is search Christianity as institutionally racist calling for white Christians to repent and offer quotas sincere apology unquote to blacks for being antagonistic to black people or the culture values and interests of the black community Again dehumanization of the individual ladies and gentlemen were not all human beings Wanting the same things Deserving respect So no no we're communities While many have come to believe that we live in a post racial society but racism is very real for our brothers and sisters who are refused jobs and housing If you refuse a job or housing because you're right you have a tremendous federal civil rights lawsuit And you can make millions if you can make your case Denied basic rights and brutalized no press simply because the color of their skin one lesson explains There's an urgent need for Christians to evaluate racist attitudes and practices in light of our faith and to live faithfully in today's world Now when an accompanying study guide on racism to call it study guide on racism Salvation army authors explain all whites are racist even if they don't realize it Quote Sunday school curriculum that only uses white photography and imagery is an example given that perpetuates injustice says we must stop denying the existence of individual and systemic institutional racism They exist and are still at work to keep white Americans in power the lesson says

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The Left Only Wants You to Talk About Vaccine and Mask Mandates

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 5 d ago

The Left Only Wants You to Talk About Vaccine and Mask Mandates

"It's not overly complicated They want big government small individuals That's why you're only allowed to talk about two things according to left with the coronavirus You're only allowed to talk about vaccine mandates because it empowers them to tell you what to do and mask mandates because it empowers them and tells you what to do The fact that the vaccines are not working like they told us they would work The fact that masks haven't worked at all he's totally irrelevant That's why arguing the data with them is ridiculous Well forget the left I give you the data for you for the benefit of you in your own family I don't give you the data on masks and vaccines because I think I'm gonna convince a leftist These people aren't interested in the truth They're interested in advancing the power football down to the big government end zone and away from the individual liberty end zone Period full stop By the way breaking news Federal district court grants an injunction halting Joe Biden's vaccine mandate for Medicare and Medicaid certified providers and suppliers in several states including Missouri Iowa and New Hampshire That's an election with just broke that So this vaccine mandate is not doing well in the courts because Joe Biden has no authority to do it through osha and he knows that It is a workaround There are no workarounds in the constitution ladies and gentlemen That's the point of a constitution It's not meant to be a

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Snippet with Julia Newbould

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

05:19 min | 6 d ago

Snippet with Julia Newbould

"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.

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Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida

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Maybe Joe Biden Was Smart to Pick Kamala Harris as VP

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last week

Maybe Joe Biden Was Smart to Pick Kamala Harris as VP

"EPO I always quarrel with people who say you know Biden stupid Biden stupid but not actually Biden may be the most maniacally smart politician we've seen in some time because he picked her I mean you think about it Clearly the man doesn't have his faculties He just turned 79 years old He can barely put together a coherent sentence because God knows what's going on in that adult brain of his And there's no I'm sorry There is no possible way he's running for reelection in 24 And people are already sort of like you know it's like what's the old Chris Rock joke when he would go into a neighborhood and people would pick up their phones and down 9 one and then just wait right People are just they're sitting there with their hand on the Twenty-fifth Amendment button Just waiting to push it because he's so close to just completely losing it in front of all of us And yet the one thing that is looming there The one major decision Joe Biden made before he was elected anything They always say the first most important decision of future president makes is who is running mate is going to be Who will be the vice president who does he pick Prices have gone up And families and individuals are dealing with the realities of that bread costs more the gas cost more She is the greatest presidential insurance policy of all time

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Margot Cleveland Reports About Pennsylvania Officials Destroying Election Equipment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

Margot Cleveland Reports About Pennsylvania Officials Destroying Election Equipment

"Actually four videos that I've received from a source who is involved in or close to some litigation that was just filed late last week in Pennsylvania And there are more videos out there But of the four there are three that are really looking at the destruction of the evidence from the 2020 election And just to make clear we're not talking about them changing the results but what we're talking about is the material the backup support being destroyed So in one of them you have two individuals talking and one is saying to get rid of some equipment And the other guy said it's actually pads and scanners And the other gentleman on the recording says we can't talk about it anymore in the first one says why He says it's a felony And that is the end of the clip But if you look at the lawsuit what the allegation in there is that there was a whistleblower who was in the room and after there was an encouragement to have a private conversation because there were other people in the room And the same individual was taping some of the other things that were going on including the destruction of tapes that were showing the results from the voting machines And all of this appears to be triggered by a right to know request that was served on Delaware county in Pennsylvania So this is all coming from the allegations of the lawsuit And those videos were filed along with the lawsuit It's linked to my article You can watch them for yourself the other little snippets They don't have the whole thing there which would be pretty much impossible to do anyway

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Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last week

Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

"So what's going on in England? Not the United Kingdom just England. Of course, Fauci does not care about data, Fauci is an ideologue. He's a pathological individual. Never has to be cross examined about what's really happening. According to Alex berenson, vaccinated English adults under 60. Are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age. And has been that case for 6 months. This chart may seem unbelievable, or impossible, but it's correct based on weekly data from the British government. Could we get that do we have the chart that we could put up on screen? I'll experience in rights I have checked the underlying dataset myself and the graph is correct. Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. The overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal. Do you see that? That people who are unvaccinated are actually doing better against the foushee virus than people who are vaccinated. And we saw this entire saga also unfold in Israel, months ago. Why aren't we allowed to talk about this? Why is this not the number one news story in the country?

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NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last week

NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

"Was I Derek Johnson NAACP president on defaced the nation Kenyan go It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial Now this is what always amazes me So he speaks for all African Americans I could ask people to call this program We have millions listening at any given time all across the country and I found out all across the world I'll tell you about that in a moment And ask them a first do they know who Derek Johnson is many I'll say no And second I asked him does he represent you Many of them will say no but he claims to So let's start from the top Go ahead It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial We have far too many individuals sitting in jail for crimes They how do you know that How do you know people are sitting in jail for crimes they didn't commit How do you know that I'm quite serious He has no idea Go ahead For crimes that were committed And here you have a 17 year old who illegally purchased and he never purchased a gun Oh for God's sakes I have to go through this He never purchased a gun they had to drop the charge that was brought wrongly About an illegally having a rifle because under Wisconsin law it was not illegal Unless the unless the barrel was shorter like assault off shotgun but that's not what they had They measured it and that had to be dropped and the judge dropped it Should never have been charged for that count So he never bought it And it's a 17 year old yes He was allowed to have that rifle Go ahead I'll stabilize He didn't travel across state lines When they made travel across state lines I mean travel across state lines to commit some kind of an

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Newt Gingrich Offers Advice to Next Republican Administration Against China, Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | Last week

Newt Gingrich Offers Advice to Next Republican Administration Against China, Big Tech

"So the next administration, the GOP writ large when it comes to the external threat of China and the internal threat of big tech, what would you say to president Trump? Well, I'd say, first of all, the text is easier of the two. Simply make them comment carriers and make it a ability to sue for triple damages. And you'll overnight see them change their behavior. But that's going to be a big fight, but there's no there's no excuse when you have a system like Twitter, which knocks off a person who got 73 million votes. Knocks off the oldest and fourth largest newspaper in America, the New York Post founded by Alexander Hamilton. But allows the Taliban spokesperson to stay on. You know the system is just plain sick. So I think we need to have I don't want government involved, but I think we need to create an opportunity for individuals and companies to protect themselves in court. And if you could sue for triple damages, I mean, the New York Post alone would have gotten a huge amount of money out of the way they were treated in

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"every individual" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"every individual" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Every individual parents need to be responsible for their Children trying to get a handle on the growing gun violence in Cincinnati police chief Eliot Isaac says. Starting today there will be additional officers on the streets. Will be trying to contain the kind of violence that led to the shootout and smell Park Sunday that killed two teens and injured three others. They get those boots on the ground chief says officers schedules are being adjusted so that more are available for weekend duty. This is another way that we are Being creative and able to provide officers out there. You can't keep people on, uh, sustained over time around the clock. People have to have off time as well. We found a way to to be able to provide some additional resources, particularly on the weekends. 20 to 25 additional officers won't be assigned anyone spot of the city. They'll be available to respond. Wherever trouble pops up. Though we do expect tonight you will see a noticeable increase in the West End and over the Rhine. FC Cincinnati in the Columbus Crew Battle of Tq L Stadium now latest traffic weather together from the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health is the region's leader in cancer and Neurosciences care. This is science and in science, lives. Hope north and south Beyond 75 continued struggle across the brand Spence Bridge. Add five minutes to your commute on South found 75 into northern Kentucky closer to a 10 minute, the way to get into downtown, and I'm beginning to see just a few brake lights eastbound Tuesday. 75 approaching 4 71 on the left and then on the right north beyond 4 71 across the bridge. Chuck.

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"every individual" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

07:53 min | 5 months ago

"every individual" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Respect for our creator and nationals, respect for every individual no matter where they are in the world. Every respect for our fellow man and everywhere in the world shows respect for anyone in every individual and shows that every life matters. The officer is going to be convicted that murdered George Foreman. But that conviction or 22 years is going to bring back George Foreman's life. It's not going to bring back his dignity. It's not going to bring back The terrorists loved one that George Foreman's family lost. We're not going to dwell on that at the moment, we're going to move forward. And focus on being a moral person and doing the right thing. George Foreman did not deserve to die. Was he a perfect person? No, None of us are perfect, but no one deserves to die the way George Foreman died. You know, the officer is going to be serving Hello and welcome to the program and happy Fourth of July. I hope you're having an incredible weekend celebrating our country's independence. So many events that last year were cancelled or were virtual where in person yesterday and today people can go to Frisco freedom fast or check out fireworks after the FC Dallas game. There's also Fort worse, fourth that Panther Island Pavilion all American fourth in Plano's Oak Point, Park and Flower Mound, independence best just to name a few. And whatever you do, I hope you have a happy and a safe Fourth of July and now for today's program. Coming up. On Wednesday, July 7th. We will mark the fifth anniversary of the deadly ambush in downtown Dallas that claimed the lives of four Dallas police officers and one dart officer. The lone sniper who carried out the attack targeted police during a peaceful protest of police. Now, in the aftermath of that horrific ambush, we came together as a community to honor those who gave their lives while serving and protecting and to honor all first responders. As we mark yet another anniversary of that deadly attack. I wanted to highlight the work of law enforcement and how North Texas police departments have dealt with the scrutiny that they have come under and the rise in crime. Joining me on the phone today is Dr Alex del Carmen. He's an associate dean and professor at the School of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Strategic Studies at Tarleton State University in Fort Worth. Dr Del Carmen trains officers from coast to coast. Dr Del Carmen. Thank you so much for being on the program today. Thanks for having me. Last year. At this time, Dr Del Carmen, the country, of course, was dealing with not only the pandemic but also with racial justice protests following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Derek Shove in. Who just last week was sentenced for his part in the death of George Floyd to 22 a half years. How in your opinion has policing changed in the past year, and not just because of the pandemic, But in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd. Yeah, So it's a great question, right? So if you look back at the past, really 3 to 4 years, law enforcement across the United States has been in a transitional stage of really sort of re evaluating themselves and trying to figure out What components shoot change and how they should be modified. But I think many of us agree that may 25th 2000 and 20 today that Mr Floyd died. Was a game changer for the entire nation. Right. So many people began to see what happens when you have a police officer that is simply not well trained. Perhaps Aly intended. And in addition to that commits a crime in in front of other people, other officers, another bystanders that are simply watching and they can't interfere in some cases, right, So I think what we where we began to see was this sort of self Exploration if you want to call it that that many of the chiefs of police throughout the state of Texas and many of them are here in the North Texas region that are very innovative that are go getters that are Not afraid of of really asking the tough questions. They began to pose those questions as to what can we do better? Is our training really good enough? Are these police policies that we have in place? How do they translate once once the officers out in the streets and how can we ensure That we hold everyone accountable while at the same time protecting the lives of the police officers that are risking their lives every day. So so I'm proud to tell you that many of those agency some of whom I work with Here in the North Texas region and throughout the state of Texas have really embraced that change and used it as an opportunity to really embarking that self exploration. You know, inner look at their police department and embrace that change with courage, ambition. As someone who teaches criminal justice and law enforcement. How do you use what happened to George Floyd and two other people of color? How do you use that as a teaching tool for people studying criminal justice and law enforcement? You know, one of the things that we often say is, you know, just because It is allowed. It doesn't mean that he has to happen. Right? Just because you can. It doesn't mean that you should is what we teach police officers and you know the old rule of saying well as this within the legal You know, you know parameters of a particular police action and his videos and then it's okay that's no longer applicable nowadays are are thinking in policing is You know there are circumstances that police officers have a great deal of discretion over and is it really worth chasing a suspect? Because they tossed away garbage outside their window? Is it really Worth engaging in the use of force incident because you're having an ego exchange with somebody who is being disrespectful to you. So at the end of the day are thinking is, you know, engage when necessary. Engage when the individual is posing a risk to society and to themselves and to the officer. But the choose your battles, right? Don't don't go in there and And start engaging in a enforcement action on a crime that perhaps we so minor and so insignificant that you could give somebody easily a ticket. May not necessarily have to take him into custody. We're not suggesting not to enforce the law were simply suggesting to enforce it in a way that it is commensurate with the actual event that took place and to ensure that it doesn't escalate. To the point that we saw, you know, in in Mr Floyd's case where allegedly he had used, you know a bill that was counterfeited whether he knew about it or not, still remains. Question. And And the question is, Is it really necessary to Hank of someone put him in the back seat of the car and then take him outside and put your knee on top of them? I mean, obviously, the answer to that is not What part does adrenaline and anger play when police officers react in that circumstance where they are going to kneel on someone or or do bad policing? Because I I see it on the videos thanks to social media. A lot of this is captured now on social media and posted for the entire world to see. But what part? Are you teaching your students about the part that adrenaline and anger plays. Yeah. So often times, you know, we we call the law enforcement profession have actually called it. This is some of my writings. Where I've said that it is 100 hours of boredom in one second of terror..

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"every individual" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"every individual" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"The coaches etcetera. And you have a leak. Is there some kind of a ball commissioner. That kind of thing well. The people commissioner is the president and he's actually michael guarantee organizations. Play lake boudreau sto. He's the president of the league And there's a board of directors and a bunch of different positions from people all over the country that they have to get nominate voting for So that board governs kind of the rules. Michael a talked about bylaws so national befall sociation. The renegades are part of the national football. So she's in has roughly thirty ish teams. That are registered. Not every team plays at the world series But there's this governing board of that blake overseas at this moment. He's currently the president and they help you know with the bylaws and there's always changes to the bylaws rule rule proposal changes And they do a have organizations that have different committees to run tournaments to. There's a variety. Different seats committees such as acquitted committee public relations committee. So they're out there doing things to try to you know. Make the league function in in grow as a league and every individual team is on their own so how they do it is up to them so you know h- by you city runs things very different than how boston runs things which is very different than you know how maybe team atlanta would do things. So we learn from each other but every team's structured a little differently What i typically see is most teams. Their volunteer base is often times heavily. Weighted towards mothers brothers sisters fathers husbands wives of the players in that brings a real family feel to that team the traveling as a family. They're they're it'll they've got family there supporting them. My teams very different than that. We have almost. We only have like a handful of our volunteers. That are family members of the players They're mostly friends of many of them are friends of mine or family members of mine or people that we have found that have found us through our website or media articles that we've gotten so you know what you're gonna find on. A team is a lot of people who want to help And then you need to teach them the sport and hopefully you'll have people on volunteer staff that a have a desire to learn and get better as a coach and or people that have a full experience or coaching experience or something that they can bring to that team to help them competitively or help them run their team. Because like i said you know keep in forty people. Happy is near impossible In you know you need to have a group of people that can lead that organization in help that organization continue to improve and continue to grow and do all the things that need to happen for two to allow that growth. And that's a lot of work whether that's you know someone that knows how to work a website or someone that's strong in fundraising or someone. That's good at recruiting. You need all those type of people off the field to help you with all the on the field skills that you need to teach baseball when teach someone to run for example doe. I eddie more questions from the audience. Ray i just have one more go. Hand has boston ever host today. A beat ball world series. Not now the bosses never hosted people world series..

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"every individual" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"every individual" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Fireworks. I'm feeling more inspired than ever to regain my presence in everyday. Life and to not rely on distractions anymore and to face my thoughts and feelings head on instead of covering them up with distractions. Like i thought. I was good at it before. But i didn't realize that i had work to do and the first step to. That was deleting talk. He don't underestimate how these little habits can make such a big difference. I'm honestly really excited about this. Like i'm excited about this realization. And i'm excited about what i've learned from it so far and i just wanted to share this experience. Because i just didn't expect deleting tiktok off of my phone to be this insightful. For me like i just did not expect that like i thought that i would deleted off my phone and it would help me a little bit but i didn't think that it was going to make this big of a difference in my life and so i just felt like i had to share and i hope that you gain something from this. I hope that this may be shifted your perspective on some of your habits or behaviors and maybe can inspire you to try to be more present. And to stop using these distractions. I think that life is constantly battling distraction right drugs. Alcohol internet relationships friendships shopping. Like whatever it may be. There are so many distractions around us at all times. It's very hard to be present. It is very very hard. I'm trying to remove all negative distractions from my life so that i can be truly present as possibly can be and we're surrounded by potential negative distractions the internet video games unhealthy friendships unhealthy relationships. Shopping shopping can be also not toxic but like everything can be not toxic. That's why it's so hard you know what that's why it's so fucking hard. That's why this whole process is so difficult because it's like where's the line you know. Everything is fine in moderation. Even going on the internet is fine in moderation in it can even enhance your life in some ways right but it can also be the most toxic thing for you ever. That's why it's so fucking complicated because it's so different for everybody so that's why we all have to look inward and figure out what needs to go what needs to be removed from our lives. What are we doing to a point where it's negative like for me tiktok needed to go and needed to be deleted for you to talk. Might not be a problem. It might be instagram. That's why it's so fucking complicated. Because it's like. There's no set rule book for how to eliminate negative distractions because it's so different for every individual person. The goal is to do enough self reflection to figure out what it is for you so that you can be as present in happy as possible so that you can live life to the fullest and just live the fuck up baby my god. This topic is like getting me freaked out because it's like it so it's it's the whole concept is a gray area. You know what i'm saying. The whole concept is a gray area. I'm done all right. i'm done. that's it ran over. I am totally done But i really enjoyed talking to you guys today. And i hope you enjoyed hanging out with me and i hope that that wasn't too all over the place like i hope i was able to get one coherent thought out. I love you guys. i appreciate guys. Thank you for listening to me every single week if you do. This is your first time listening. Thank you for listening today. If you want to subscribe to anything goes. You can do that on any platform that you listen to podcasts. If you wanna follow anything goes on twitter. The twitter is at ag podcast. If you want to review anything goes on apple podcasts. Feel free to do that. I really appreciate it. And i love reading your guys reviews and i think that's all i got you guys. Thank you for hanging out. I'll see you next week bye..

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"every individual" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"every individual" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's on like donkey kong. The titans offense which is kind of a big question mark because the offense coordinator gone so you make it as easy as possible. I was covering the raiders when todd downing their offense coordinator took over the third year of object. Real and it was. It was bad. It was a disaster. Now you know there are a lot of variables every individual coordinator. Some guys have tough starts. Like there are a lot brian. Daboll didn't start that fast. Right cow shanahan had his ups and downs. It's hard to be an offense coordinator so you assume he's going to be better but you're stacking the deck form so i. I think this was a win win when you look at it. All things considered in ultimately a little bit lions with the rams with the stafford deal a little bit of an inside job. Welcome to america inside. Jobs happen right. That's that's the way the real world works. You usually do deals with people you know. Welcome to life a some winners and losers from this trade. I listed three on each side. Let's go through three winners. First and foremost the biggest winner is kyle pits. Because the atlanta falcons arthur smith basically are saying get rid julio and kyle pits is going to fill that role obviously they play different positions but kyle pits is going to be a guy that we're gonna depend on to catch eighty to one hundred balls immediately him and calvin ridley boom boom. Let's roll in cow pits the way everyone in. Nfl circles talked about them. The way anyone with a brain and some eyeballs that watched him play..

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"every individual" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"every individual" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Know what of course in in in catholicism it's from the moment of conception and that You know this is. The tomlin says that every life is like its own universe. You know we're images of god. We're not god but we as images of god we have everyone has every individual has enormous an intrinsic worth and ability to you know create a life that's of meaning and value within the context of what's possible. It's back again to augusta in his statement that it has to be connected to the truth. That's where we go wrong is where we were. We cut ourselves off from the fundamental. And that's a long conversation is what is truth. But i would suggest that it's written on our hearts at some level everybody's instinctively kind of knows what the truth is. Or if if they don't it's because they've never thought about it they've never had the opportunity to think about it. They've never been taught to about it. Think about it. They don't have the critical thinking skills because they've been propagandized almost to death and i'm very worried about the the school systems in this critical theory right now when i i got i'm getting a tiktok comment. Here is running. Doing this. live on tiktok. That they say truth is shining a light on lives and that yeah i mean it's both it is true in and of itself and it is a contrast between such truths and untruths. It's the which is the you've got the hypothesis and then you've got the alternative which is untrue. And by identifying true truth you can by nature expose the lie and it's the responsibility of immoral society and a moral person to try to expose the lie as best we can in our own imperfect way because we can't have accents that's why we haven't jury system that's why we have a system of justice to sip whoo various facts that are known or that might not be known to try to get to some approximation of truth and if that is arrived at as appropriate as it.

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"every individual" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"every individual" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The podcast. We haven't altro and is usually something like lunchtime live or its announcement for array mentor dot com. Which is our business growth mastermind so we needed a video version of that. We only right now have an audio version. So that's what i just did. I actually came up with the script right here if you can see it. If you're listening you won't be able to see it. But i'll read it to you as a matter of fact you know what you're going to hear it at the end of this episode or another episode. Even if you don't watch the video but basically what i did is i took content off of the array mentor dot com website. And i just created four sentences that talk about the benefits of joining our business growth mastermind array mentors and shot that video so now in the video format the video version of our podcast on youtube. Only there's altro so we're getting a little more sophisticated. Will you may have picked up. On as i told the story is that we have inevitably improved the whole podcasting process. Now we've been added for two years. We just recently realized that we should be catching all of this on video and just like two weeks ago realized we push this to youtube. Da right you know what these things happen. You don't have to wait for the perfect plan for executing anything. We clearly didn't have the perfect plan. But we were executing. We've been executing for two years and we make it a little more sophisticated a little more mature and it's getting better and better and better and that's really the lessons learned here. It's not even so much the podcast per se. It's just anything that you do in your business this iterative star something. Don't wait for the perfect plan before you do anything. So many people do this. It's a bad idea. Just start start with something. That's frankly like you're almost embarrassed about. We get it out there and get into the habit of doing it and that's exactly what we've done here at digital and also for our podcast. We have multiple podcasts. Now turn into one hundred million dollars and we have one. That is focused on offer. Marketing called the marketing. The managing partners podcasts so iterating always thinking about hiking interest and make things better join us every friday at noon hour lunch time live go to this is arrayed dot. Live to center for dacians..

"every individual" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"every individual" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Hey there i'm eric. I'm kevin days. Join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars. Hey there eric. J olson this podcast is really what is called pillar content and what i mean by that is it's a relatively big production for us and it creates a lot of smaller pieces of content from that so i'm suited this as a video. We extract audio from that. The audio goes out to the podcast platforms. Most podcasters stop there by just publishing the audio only version of their podcast which is great. Because it goes out to like apple. Podcasts google podcasts spotify and other pod casting platforms and we used to do this to but we realized that we were missing out on an opportunity. We were speaking into a microphone. We might as well capture that on video as well so we do exactly that now that we have it on video we can create micro content and that was the next step so we create a whole bunch of small pieces of content. Five seconds of video here thirty seconds of video. There may be an image with a quote from the episode and then we put that out all over our social media either my social media or kevin social media depending on. Who said it. You know who's episode. It was and then always on the arrayed digital's social media as well and we did that for the next few months and then we kinda stop there until very recently. I realized that we had this great video of us talking the same way that we're talking audio only podcast or we're talking about the long format if you will on video and we weren't pushing the full video out anywhere so we added a step to the process. Which is uploaded to youtube. Imagine that right. We already have a youtube channel. We already have a playlist for journey to one million dollars so now every single day we take one of these episodes and we push it up to youtube if you are interested in youtube. Check us out on youtube. Go to youtube search for array digital will pop right up. There's a playlist called journey to one hundred million dollars so now the videos have been pushed up there for the last. I don't know maybe two weeks or so. But what i realized was that we were just taking the raw video and we were pushing it up to youtube which is better than not pushing up there at all but there was an opportunity to kind of spice it up a little bit. Make it a little more polished. And i'm not saying going from the raw video to super hollywood grade film level polish. Just polish it up a little bit as an example. We record this. We will say the title will pause. And then we'll go into the episode but on video when you watch the pause. It looks kind of weird. So we're like all right. We need to make this a little bit more like the audio version. So now we do for the video version on youtube. Is you're going to see our normal intro bumper and that's where we have the digital that expands one character time and there's a sound which is our sonic brand. That goes could click. Cook you click. So now that's been added to the videos. And then also i needed to create an altro so in the audio. Only version of the.

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"every individual" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"every individual" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Believe that Democrats As a party. Not every individual Democrat but as a party. I believe that Democrats are interested not only in axing the electoral college from the Constitution, I think I'd like to scrap the constitution. They seem to have real problems with the First Amendment have huge problems with the Second Amendment aren't so great on the Fourth Amendment. And you know, it seems like they would rather just Throw the Constitution into the trash. And start over again. So no more electoral college no more right to the speak your mind. No more freedom to peaceably. Assemble no more right to keep and bear arms. That's what they'd love to do. It's just a matter of Acquiring the power that would enable them To do that. Right now, In terms of Going to be the electoral college. I think they're gonna fall short. But we need be paying very close attention because this issue and the attacks in our constitution They're not going away. A matter of fact, when we come back for re quick break here, we're gonna talk about something that's going on in the D. C. Suburbs where The school board voted unanimously last night. To rename a couple of schools in the district. Because the names of these schools are apparently so offensive. Students attending class there feel unsafe. So On gird yourself. I'm about to say these very controversial names here, so I just want to prepare yourself. Thomas Jefferson Elementary. Is going to get a new name. George Mason High School. They're going.

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"every individual" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"every individual" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And closing costs online in real time Rocket can went out to the hotline right now. Welcome in a former N BA player for the Lakers and the Timberwolves did win two championships with the Lakers was also on their staff for a bunch of years as an assistant coach and just completed His first season at Utah Valley. That, of course, is Mark Mattson here with us on CBS Sports Radio coach. Thanks for the time you've been back, I've been great man. Great way. Had a little baby. Four months ago, We got a four month old In the house and, Ah, you know, Look, things are good. We're trying to get through this pandemic. We're trying to everything else and excited the basketball back. Well, congratulations and no doubt about it. It's wonderful that basketball is back. But for you first year coaching this team trying to build this program, Mark Pope did a very nice job before you. How do you put this year into perspective? When you take a glance back at it with all the craziness that we've seen? I was really, really happy with our guys. Obviously, When I came in, there were I had to rebuild the roster had to bring in probably eight or nine new players from young players from veterans and I was really proud of our guys. Every individual player got better on the team. We were really peaking at the right time going into that wack tournament. I think we had a chance to win it off on men that morning. When we woke up on the very day we're gonna have our first black tournament game. We got the news that that the season was canceled, and so there was Ah With a let down there was in our players with frustrated and I think I think I think everyone, especially the seniors in that situation. Didn't want to go out that way. But you have to live with that. You have to deal with it. What do you say to players in that moment, Because you know what It's like to play and players are always going to want to play and probably no one understood the magnitude of the situation of what was going on in the world at that time. What did you say to your team in that moment? Our message even leading up to that was we are playing way are going to put together a great run going into black tournaments and and we're preparing, you know it very well. We were down there for a breakfast meeting and what I called myself. Look, guys. This is the decision that was made by the wack. Um and so we're going to turn around and we're gonna get in the bus and go back up to warm Utah. And you can, you could feel Really all of us. You know it was a devastating feeling. At the same time, we knew that you know there was this Early stages of the pandemic. And then as the days progress it got worse and worse, and now it looks like we're coming out. Hopefully on the other end of the tunnel. Mark Mattson here with US Mad Dog it. Zach Guilt show on CBS Sports Radio. How are you getting ready For this season? We're all trying to wait and see where the dominos that are going to fall for college athletics. But what do you do it now to get ready for next year? Whatever that may be. I was. I was really happy that we were able to start practice two weeks ago. What we get for hours a week of on court instruction and video instructions. So that's been has been really fun to be on the court with the guys. A lot of players were able to get out here early and start lifting weights. Just start getting settled in tow the community here and Oram, Utah. But it's been excited to see our players come together to share. Our players started gel and we're very hopeful that we're gonna have Ah, season on DH. We're very hopeful that we'll have a great season. But it's just I think the biggest thing that I really appreciate it. It is just being able to spend time with our players. On the court off the court. And build those relationships. You know, obviously we're working hard on the court. But we're trying to a few other things, too. We took him on a hike. We hiked up to a little waterfall, a pure Stewart falls. We all had a blast. We did the military training. Leadership training with the former Green Beret. Over just north of where we are here in Utah, and that was really great experiences, but we're tryingto. Not only folks from the basketball piece but focus on helping mentor the great young men. Utah Valley University's men's head basketball coach, Mark Mattson, here with us in your playing career. Did you ever think when you replying that one day you would want to be a coach into that thought not develop until after your playing career. I was no, I want to coach Oh, and I'll go backto the situation. We were on a flight when I was playing at Stanford undergrad and I was reading one of John Wooden book. They call me Coach is the name of the book and I was just reading and he talked about why he got into coaching, and basically he got into coaching. Help young men. And I was fortunate to play for a great high school coach John Rayner. I played for a great college coach Mike Montgomery. You know, I have the same high school coach. All all four years of high school, the same college coach all four years of college. And then you know, I took the driver opened down the Ella. And played for the greatest coach ever for three years until Jackson And I really draw on and then I played a lot of other great coaches my MBA career. Flip Saunders, Kevin McHale, Dwane Casey and others. But, you know, I really appreciate the time that the coaches took with me the personal interest the lessons. But I just kind of want to give back the game of basketball been been good to me. I want to get back to the game of basketball. I want to get back. Young men..

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"every individual" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Services up for every individual now we don't have middlemen we have a doctor patient relationship it'll work much better so you don't think that the price of drugs or the price of healthcare should be regulate regulated you think that the market should be more flooded with good doctors that show what they're going to charge so that like everything else when you look at me you know you're gonna go buy food you know there's cheaper here see gonna go over there well let me be clear I think there's a a role for regulation in the healthcare industry certainly safety issues of fairness overall the patients we need that type of regulation but we don't need regulation in the examination room we don't need regulations for somebody to tell me look if I'm ordering six summarise per month I'm getting penalized two hundred eighty five Bucks that would be absolutely immoral to do because it fits my own financial interests with the interest of a of a patient and and that you just can't regulate healthcare in that regard as far as the pharmaceutical industry's concerned there's no question the drugs are far too expensive when we when we include benefits that go through third party payers there's a huge black box in their shoes the there there's that there's a there's a a a a a confusion about where the the the monies are going that I'm paying at the pharmacy and we're monies are coming from the pharmacy going up to the manufacturers of pharmaceutical companies so if we just make it simple and easy and cut down for example the the patent links or open up the possibility that patents can't be extended for several reasons like a subtle change in an addition of a second medication we can open up for better competition and drive prices down the country yeah I think that's possible to do yes as you told me that law the pharmacies when they make a drug for every drug that comes out there's several failures but we end up paying for those failures they they if it takes about fifteen million dollars our Jonathan for a pharmaceutical company to bring a drug from can from inception to market and there are many studies takes almost eleven years on average for that to happen so clearly it takes an extraordinary amount of time effort and money to do that and sometimes he'll come out with maybe thirty fifty maybe eighty drugs that are worthless and one drug that'll make them three hundred billion dollars in their profits so somewhere in between there's a happy medium to keep the fairness of the pharmaceutical companies doing cutting edge research were all the countries of the world are looking toward our researchers in this country to do their job and make medicine move forward and and.

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"every individual" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Think he's owed an apology from every individual this stood there and said they had proof. If they said, they knew of collusion that they said and went on the American public and misled the took us down this path that we spent twenty two months twenty five million dollars forty FBI agents, nineteen attorneys went to thirteen foreign countries. Twenty eight hundred subpoenas five hundred witnesses and no collusion. I do believe he's own at apology. A Justice department official says it will take attorney general Bill bar weeks. Not months finished reviewing the special counsel's investigation report and make a version available for the public six House Democratic committee chairman on Monday asked Barda turnover. The report by April second, though, it's unclear if the Justice department will make that deadline. President Trump's calling on Republicans to revive the effort to quash the Affordable Care Act handing Democrats an opportunity to unite in defense of the laws. They had into twenty twenty the president vowed on Tuesday to make the GOP the party of healthcare. He told Senate Republicans to lean into their own agenda on the issue is they had into next year's election. Meanwhile, House Democrats on Tuesday unveiled legislation to expand enrollment to millions more last night in federal court. The Justice department of the Trump administration, you think they'd had more to do decided not only to try to destroy protections for pre existing conditions, but to.

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"every individual" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I care. I care so much salads. I think every individual leaf respect, I donate blood. I don't let them stop until the last possible. Second. I was born into this like if you're friends hot dad had the energy of a golden retriever. That's a great. Hot dad had the energy of a golden retriever. We ask a question real quick. Yeah. Because I don't watch Fallon very often. Someone will tip me off. Hey, you gotta watch this bit. But I just don't watch this show. So maybe he has gone after some of the other candidates. But is it seriously because Beddoes a white dude that it's because you've seen more criticism on him? Then the other candidates is that something you can't touch Kamala Harris or Cory Booker, even Chris gillibrand like can't touch. Well, it's easy. Yes. I mean, I think it's easier because he's a white guy. Okay. I don't know. I I think everybody else they are still kind of afraid to go after the rest of the field. They'll go after Joe Biden a little bit. I think yes, they will go after Bernie every now and again. Yes, just because he is a cartoon character. But yeah, as far as Cory Booker is anybody gonna well. Jimmy Fallon's already been in trouble for black face. You can't do that. Wow. You should be able to go after anybody. I mean, I know we're all talking about black face. Right. But he did he did do grey head. Yes. He Jimmy Fallon. Did did that that's not near as offensive? But even in this Jimmy Fallon's admitting. Well, maybe I don't have the street cred to run for president. Do I have the perfect record? No, sure, I've done my fair share whip. It's said eleven parking lots. But hey.

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"every individual" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on KTRH

"We talk about I do all the time, and they are stellar absolutely star. All right. We're going to go take a few calls. Unlike some shows, we actually want to hear what some of you have to say, Dan, Green Bay, Wisconsin, the great w t q go. Hey, mark. Yes, sir. That'd be talking to you. Appreciate all that. You do. Thank you. I. My take on wiped progressive politicians. Do what they do is. They're they're in rebellion against natural law. Cedar declaration of independence is supported by natural law. And we know that. Wilson he ridiculed the beginning part of well, you know, I wrote about all this stuff. You wrote about this in Americanism and. Here's why let me just let me just stay with me on this and you can fill in the gaps here. The reason is natural law recognizes the natural state of man that man is created by God, a creator, and that there are certain truisms that supersede government even supersedes society. An example of that that I use in rediscovering Americanism is the golden rule. The golden rule is a moral rule. You don't have to be taught it really, you know, if you're violating it, it's not a rule that congress has to pass or somebody puts in place by executive Fiat or anything of the sort. You're to treat others as you wish to be treated. So there are there are truisms. There are values that supersede all that man does. And it is through right reason. Not irrationality right reason that we are able to discover them. This is Harris toddle this assist. Throw. These are the greats. They understood it and your point is right for the left for the progressive. This is our Kane. This is the people are too stupid to understand. So we use the people against the people that is we talk in the language of the general good the community. Things of that sort the general welfare and in that way. The smart people. The experts are able to apply sort of science political science behavioral science, caller, whatever you will to kinda rejig our society to reengineer the human being and their society to make it better. To make it more perfect where the smart people the effective people are in charge of the dolts. That's why you hear them. Call us, deplorables and racists, because they believe their mindset is that they should be able to control us control society and drag us kicking and screaming into utopia. Yeah, you're right. And I'd like to add this start when you throw all natural law. What were you have less than is what are you pursue pursue power? So the idea of calling themselves progressives, you know, they're continually progressing away from natural law cord power. Are you call them? Now. What do you do? In order to pursue and get power. When you move from the declaration of independence or natural law, work your way through Hegel and Marx, and progressivism and Pelosi and ocasio Cortes. What do you have to do the girl or natural philosophy? You have to do to get to where they wanna go or you have to impose it on them through through. You have to impose it on every individual. Hold on. Hold on. Now. You have to impose on every individual. You cannot have billionaires. You cannot have millionaires. You cannot have wildly successful people. You cannot have any of that. Because it destroys the community concept. That's why they talk about egalitarian assume that nobody should have a helipad when you have poor people. This is an attack on your point natural law and a natural rights. Go ahead. Understood natural law. They understand that the equality. There is not equal and possessions or equal under a radical government. It's equal under the law to be treated equally. According to matrix laws. I think you've read my book. But yes, that's correct. It's. It's justice. But they're talking about every human being Zeke qual in their existence. Every human being Zeke when they are facing. The law where they're facing a society a culture that that wants to apply its rules against site individual. That's what's meant by that. And that's quite clear, but you're right. We're not talking about redistribution of wealth. Very good call. Thank you, Dan. Appreciate it. Brian Baltimore, Maryland on the Mark Levin app. We want everybody to get the Mark Levin app. Seriously, go right ahead, sir. Hey, mark. One point your idea of Trump using the Independence Hall fantastic idea for state of the union. I think this country could really use getting back to its roots. But my my point that I called about you were talking about Pelosi at the beginning you talked about her the whole first hour. Yes, she's a fascist. I said, and I believe that she's mentally unhinged. And I want them to bring back some of these psychiatrists and psychologists but them on TV, and they can under- score the point. Do you know who her father was? He was the mayor of Baltimore. He was a congressman as well. And he was big Tom double Sandro, and he had a lot of mafia ties. And it's very it's already been pulled out. I don't know about that. I mean, I have to say, I honestly don't know about that. So when you call up and say that I just don't know that foia. Request was put in for the FBI files investigated and forty seven. I'd have to do with her. Well, that's you gotta understand how the mafia works. Okay. Okay. But we're going into place. I can't go because I'm not aware of this. And I don't wanna be oh, Mark lemon says that Pelosi's in the mafia now, I say what I say so people can Google it. If it's there it's there, but I want to focus on her. They act like a mob, not necessarily the mafia. But that's the nature of the left in that. That is where she gets her by understanding how her father operated, that's what she grew up under. That's what she saw growing up. And that's how she is acting now. So you if you understand how her father operated in Baltimore in congress back in the forties up through the sixties. You will understand why she actually she does. Now. All right. My friend, Brian's a firefighter in Baltimore way. Let us go to Rex Los Angeles, California. The great eight seventy the answer we are on live and national go. Hi, mark. I just thought I think the president should invite Pelosi and Schumer down to the border with him. So that they can see for themselves were they need to put a wall. You actually think they'd go with him. They they may not, but it would show just I just think he should extend the offer. That's all I think we gotta steamroll them. Stop playing tiddlywinks. I'm not interested in inviting them to the border. I think the president United States should give his speech in the Senate not surrender the capitol building to Pelosi and her thugs, but if that's the mindset that he needs to go to Texas or Utah. He should not go to Texas or Utah. He should go to Independence Hall, and even though it won't fit, many senators and congressmen and members of the supreme court. So be it. They can have representatives in their Pelosi will not be invited. This a speech to the American people. He should stand or sit where Washington did not because he's Washington, but because that's front and center, the old Pennsylvania assembly room, and he can talk about that room. And he can talk about the men who stood in that room. And he can advocate the American people about the grand history of our founding, and how the democrat party and Pelosi and all the rest are not. In sync with the grand history of are finding founding beyond that, that's what I would do. I think some large forum in Texas in Utah. No, there's a lot of talk radio jockeys who think that's cool. And so I'm not one of them. I'm not one of them. This is a learning opportunity. Eight teaching opportunity for millions and millions of Americans and he can set a new tradition. If that's what he needs to do. I the Senate. But if he feels he needs to get out of Washington, I think he should not surrender the capitol building to the radical left, then go to Independence Hall, and I know that you can't fit a lot of people in that room, but you can fit the whole damn country in that room with a television camera, and that's who the president of the United States is speaking to and he can even say in that chair over there if he's talking about the declaration because Jefferson was a not the constitution sat Thomas Jefferson and that chair over there. And you understand the optics are great. And the message is even better. I'll be right.

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"every individual" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:05 min | 3 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I strongly encourage you to try the different services and products. We talk about I do all the time, and they are stellar absolutely star. All right. We're going to go take a few calls. Unlike some shows, we actually went to hear what some of you have to say, Dan, Green Bay, Wisconsin, the great W T A Q go. Hey, mark. Yes, sir. That'd be talking to you. Appreciate all that. You do. Thank you. I. My God wide progressive politicians. Do what they do. Is there there in rebellion against natural law, cedar declaration of independence is supported by natural law. And we know that. Wilson he ridiculed the beginning. Part of you know, I wrote about all this stuff. You wrote about this in Americanism and. Here's why let me let me just stay with me on this new can fill in the gaps here. The reason is. Natural law recognizes the natural state of man. That man is created by God, a creator, and that there are certain truisms. That supersede government even supersedes society. And example of that that I use in rediscovering Americanism is the golden rule. The golden rule is a moral rule. You don't have to be taught it really, you know, if you're violating it, it's not a rule that congress has to pass or somebody puts in place by executive Fiat or anything of the sort. You're the treat others as you wish to be treated. So there are there are truisms. There are values that supersede all that man does. And it is through right reason nutty Arash analogy right reason that we are able to discover them. This is startled us assist. Throw. These are the greats. They understood it and your point is right for the left for the progressive. This is our Kane. This is the people are too stupid to understand. So we use the people against the people that is we talk in the language of the general good the community things of that sort the general welfare and in that way. The smart people. The experts are able to apply sort of science political science behavioral science, caller, whatever you will to kind of reject society to reengineer the human being and their society to make it better. To make it more perfect where the smart people the effective people are in charge of the dolts. That's why you hear them. Call us, deplorables and racists, because they believe their mindset is that they should be able to control us control society and drag us kicking and screaming into utopia. Yeah, you're right. And I'd like to add this start to when you throw all natural law. What what you have less than is? What are you pursue pursue power? So the idea of calling themselves progressives, you know, they're continually progressing away for match for law toward power. Are you call them? Now. What do you do? In order to pursue and get power. When you move from the declaration of independence or natural law, work your way through Hegel and Marx, and progressivism and Pelosi and ocasio Cortes. What do you have to do? Girl are natural philosophies. They don't have what you have to do to get to where they want to go or you have to impose it on them through through. You have to impose it on every individual. Hold on now. Hold on. Now. You have to impose on every individual. You cannot have billionaires. You cannot have millionaires. You cannot have wildly successful people. You cannot have any of that. Because it destroys the community concept. That's why they talk about egalitarianism that nobody should have a helipad when you have poor people. This is an attack on your point natural law and a natural rights. Go ahead. But if they understood natural law, they understand that the equality. There is not equal and possessions or equal under a tyrannical government. It's equal under the law to be treated equally. According to maters laws. I think you read my book. But yes, that's correct. It's. It's justice. But they're talking about every human being Z qual in in in their existence. Every human being Zeke when they are facing. The law where they're facing a society a culture that that wants to apply its rules against site individual. That's what's meant by that. And that's quite clear, but you're right. We're not talking about redistribution of wealth. Very good call. Thank you, Dan. Appreciate it. Brian Baltimore, Maryland on the Mark Levin app. We want everybody to get the Mark Levin app. Seriously, go right ahead, sir. Hey, Mark one point your idea. Trump using the Independence Hall is a fantastic idea for state of the union. I think this country could really use get back to its roots. But my my point that I called about we were talking about Pelosi at the beginning you talked about her the whole first hour. Yes, she's a fascist. I said, and I believe that she's mentally unhinged. And I want them to bring back some of these psychiatrists and psychologists but them on TV, and they can underscore the point. Do you know who her father was? He was the mayor of Baltimore. He was a congressman as well. And he was big comes over Sandro, and he had a lot of mafia ties. And it's very it's already been pulled out. I don't know about that. I mean, I have to say, I honestly don't know about that. So when you call up and say that I just don't know that foia. Request was put in for the FBI files. He was investigated in forty seven. What's that have to do with her? Well, that's you gotta understand how the mafia works. Okay. Okay. But we're going into place. I can't go because I'm not aware of this. And I don't want to walk lament says it Pelosi's in the mafia. Now, I say what I say so people can Google it. If it's there it's there, but I want to focus on her. They act like a mob, not necessarily the mafia. But that's the nature of the left in that. That is where she gets her by understanding how her father operated, that's what she grew up under. That's what she saw growing up. And that's how she is acting now. So you if you understand how her father operated in Baltimore in congress back in the forties up through the sixties. You'll understand why she actually she does. Now. All right. My friend Brian's firefighter in Baltimore. We appreciate it. Let us go to Rex Los Angeles, California. The great eight seventy the answer we are on KRLD may live and national go. Hi, mark. I just thought I think the president should invite up Pelosi and shoemaker down to the border with him. So that they can see for themselves where they need to put a wall. You actually think they'd go with them. They they may not. But it would show that they just I just think he should extend the offer. That's all I think we gotta steamroll them. Stop playing tiddlywinks. I'm not interested in inviting them to the border. I think the president United States should give his speech in the Senate not surrender the capitol building to Pelosi and her thugs, but if that's the mindset that he needs to go to Texas or Utah. He should not go to Texas or Utah. He should go to Independence Hall, and even though it won't fit, many senators and congressmen and members of the supreme court. So be it. They can have representatives in there. Pelosi will not be invited. This is a speech to the American people. He should stand or sit where Washington did not because he's Washington, but because that's front and center, the old Pennsylvania assembly room, and he could talk about that room. And he can talk about the men who stood in that room, and he can educate the American people about the grand history of our founding, and how the democrat party and Pelosi and all the rest are not in sync with the grand history of are finding founding beyond that that's what I would do. I think some large forum in Texas in Utah. No, there's a lot of talk radio jockeys who think that's cool. And so, but I'm not one of them. I'm not one of them. This is a learning opportunity. Eight teaching opportunity for millions and millions of Americans and he can set a new tradition. If that's what he needs to do. I the Senate. But if he feels he needs to get out of Washington, I think he should not surrender the capitol building to the radical left, then go to Independence Hall, and I know that you can't fit a lot of people in that room, but you can fit the whole damn country in that room with a television camera, and that's who the president of the United States is speaking to and he can even say in that chair over there if he's talking about the declaration because Jefferson was a not the constitution sat Thomas Jefferson and that chair over there. And you understand the optics are great and the messages, even better. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Hi,.

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"every individual" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

09:57 min | 3 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I strongly encourage you to try the different services and products. We talk about I do all the time, and they are stellar absolutely star. All right. We're going to go take a few calls. Unlike some shows, we actually want to hear what some of you have to say, Dan, Green Bay, Wisconsin, the great w t Q go. Hey, mark. Yes, sir. That'd be talking to you. Appreciate all that. You do. Thank you. I. My take on wide aggressive politicians. Do what they do. Is there their rebellion against natural law? See the declaration of independence is supported by natural law. And we know that. Wilson he ridiculed. Beginning part of well, you know, I wrote about all this stuff. You wrote about this in Americanism and. Here's why let me just let me just stay with me on this new can fill in the gaps here. The reason is natural law recognizes the natural state of man, the man is created by God, a creator, and that there are certain truisms that supersede government even supersedes society. And an example of that that I use in rediscovering Americanism is the golden rule. The golden rule is a moral rule. You don't have to be taught it really, you know, if you're violating it, it's not a rule that congress has to pass or somebody puts in place by executive Fiat or anything of the sort. You're to treat others as you wish to be treated. So there are there are truisms. There are values that supersede all that man does. And it is through right reason. Not irrationality right reason that we are able to discover them. This is startled us assist. Throw. These are the greats. They understood it and your point is right for the left for the progressive. This is our Kane. This is. The people are too stupid to understand. So we use the people against the people that is we talk in the language of the general good the community things of that sort the general welfare and in that way. The smart people. The experts are able to apply sort of science political science behavioral science, caller, whatever you will to kind of rejig our society to re engineer the human being and their society to make it better. To make it more perfect where the smart people the effective people are in charge of the dolts. That's why you hear them. Call us, deplorables and racists, because they believe their mindset is that they should be able to control us control society and drag us kicking and screaming into utopia. Yeah, you're right. And I'd like to add this start to when you throw all natural law. What you have left. Dan is what are you pursue pursue power? So the idea of calling themselves progresses, you know, they're continually progressing away from natural law cord power. Are you call them? Now. What do you do? In order to pursue and get power. When you move from the declaration of independence or natural law, work your way through Hegel and Marx, and progressivism and Pelosi and ocasio Cortes. What do you have to do for girl or natural philosophies? They don't know what you have to do to get to where they want to go. Or you have to impose it on them through through. You have to impose it on every individual. Hold on now. Hold on. Now. You have to impose on every individual. You cannot have billionaires. You cannot have millionaires. You cannot have wildly successful people. You cannot have any of that. Because it destroys the community concept. That's why they talk about egalitarian is that nobody should have a helipad when you have poor people. This is an attack on your point natural law and natural rights. Go ahead. But if they understood natural law, they understand that the equality. There is not equal and possessions or equal under a government. It's equal under the law to be treated equally. According to maters laws. I think you read my book. But yes, that's correct. It's. It's justice. But they're talking about every human being Zeke will in in in their existence every human being Zeke what when they are facing. The law where they're facing a society a culture that that wants to apply its rules against site individual. That's what's meant by that. And that's quite clear, but you're right. We're not talking about redistribution of wealth. Very good call. Thank you, Dan. Appreciate it. Brian Baltimore, Maryland on the Mark Levin app. Want everybody to get the Mark Levin app? Seriously, go right ahead, sir. Hey, Mark one point your idea of Trump using the Independence Hall is a fantastic idea for state of the union. I think this country could really use getting back to its roots. But my my point that I called about you were talking about Pelosi at the beginning you talked about her the whole first hour. Yes, she's a fascist. I said, and I believe that she's mentally unhinged. And I want them to bring back some of these psychiatrists and psychologists but them on TV, and they can underscore the point. Do you know her father was? He was the mayor of Baltimore. He was a congressman as well. And he was big Tom double Sandro, and he had a lot of mafia ties. And it's very it's already been pulled out. I don't know about that. I mean, I have to say, I honestly don't know about that. So when you call up and say that I just don't know that foia. Request was put in for the FBI files investigated in forty seven. What's that have to do with her? Well, that's you gotta understand how the mafia works. Okay. Okay. But we're going into place. I can't go because I'm not aware of this. And I don't want to walk lament says that Pelosi's in the mafia. No, I say what I say. So people can Google it. If it's there it's there, but I want to focus on her. They act like a mob, not necessarily the mafia. But that's the nature of the left in that. That is where she gets her by understanding how her father operated, that's what she grew up under. That's what she saw growing up. And that's how she is acting now. So you if you understand how her father operated in Baltimore in congress back in the forties up through the sixties. You'll understand why she actually she does. Now. All right. My friend, Brian's a firefighter in Baltimore. We appreciate it. Let us go to Rex Los Angeles, California. The great eight seventy the answer we are on live and national go. All right. Hi, I just thought I think the president should invite Pelosi and shoemaker down to the border with him. So that they can see for themselves where they need to put a wall. You actually think they go with him. They they may not. But it would show that they just I just think he should extend the offer. That's all I think we gotta steamroll them. Stop playing tiddlywinks. I'm not interested in inviting them to the border. I think the president United States should give his speech in the Senate not surrender the capitol building to Pelosi and her thugs, but if that's the mindset that he needs to go to Texas or Utah should not go to Texas or Utah. He should go to Independence Hall, and even though it won't fit, many senators and congressmen and members of the supreme court. So be it. They can have representatives in their Pelosi will not be invited. This is a speech to the American people. He should stand or sit where Washington did not because he's Washington, but because that's front center the old. Pennsylvania assembly room, and he could talk about that room. And he can talk about the men who stood in that room, and he can educate the American people about the grand history of our founding, and how the democrat party and Pelosi and all the rest are not in sync with the grand history of are finding founding beyond that that's what I would do. I think some large forum in Texas in Utah. No, there's a lot of talk radio jockeys who think that's cool. And so what I'm not one of them. I'm not one of them. This is a learning opportunity. Eight teaching opportunity for millions and millions of Americans and he can set a new tradition. If that's what he needs to do. I the Senate, but he feels he needs to get out of Washington. I think he should not surrender the capitol building to the radical left, then go to Independence Hall, and I know that you can't fit a lot of people in that room, but you can fit the whole damn country in that room with a television camera, and that's who the president of the United States speaking to and he can even say in that chair over there if he's talking about the declaration because Jefferson was not the constitution sat Thomas Jefferson and that chair over there. And you understand the optics are great and the messages, even better. I'll be right back..

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"every individual" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:41 min | 3 years ago

"every individual" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Rights. Every human being every individual's born with them. Granted by God by government. A statement. A fact. If in fact, you believe in these truisms, which I do. Okay. Now, you're founding this country you win the revolutionary war the articles of confederation. They're not working very well. Countries broken. It's getting broker. Colonies now states are fighting with each other. You're taxing commerce in a way that makes it impossible to compete with the British the French and the Germans among others. And they meet in Philadelphia. To fix the articles of confederation. And in the end, they scrapped the articles of confederation. They come up with a new constitution, which has to be ratified. At least nine of the thirteen colonies. And it is. Ultimately, it's ratified by all Rhode Island being the last holdout. And what are they doing with this constitution? I mean, they have the declaration of independence. Well, the declaration of independence is not a governing document. It's a statement of human rights. Choice way statement of how in very general terms. People should be treated by their government representation as an example. So when they met in Philadelphia they had to get down to the work of trying to develop this government. They looked around the world. They looked at different governments. They looked at history. They were very well read these men. They didn't want an all powerful centralized government much of which we have today. Thanks to the progressives. The states were never going to ratify constitution. That sees their authority, which of course has been done since. And of course, the declaration of independence has always hanging out there as. As a reminder, and I would argue that that's what the ninth amendment is all about. So you have federalism, you have mobility. If separation of powers, you have Representative government, a Republic, not a pure democracy for you populace out there. No, no, no, no, no property rights are property rights, unalienable rights, run alienable rights, and it doesn't matter. How many people agree with you? Those are your rights given to you by God. So we have this constitution. And it's interesting to hear a liberal bring this up because they are forever. The progressives trashing the constitution. Therefore bears. John, dewey. Woodrow Wilson, so many others. They're progressive intellectuals trash the constitution. And also, by the way, trash the declaration of independence. Because the declaration of independence, which provides the Phillips foundation for the constitution. And what follows and the constitution itself. Do what? They're way too confining for the progresses. They've got all kinds of plans, all kinds of taxes redistribution of wealth, all kinds of social engineering. Of course, they claim to be for egalitarianism and social development one. None of that is permitted under the constitution. The federal government has certain specific powers, and it has to live within those borders. And Wilson complained about it and duly complained about it. They all complain about it, and they said we got to change this. And how do you change it? I they said through the courts. We need to put masterminds who agree with us on the courts. Why because the courts are the least democratic they're the least Representative of the people three branches of government. And while they go on and on about the people deserve this and the poor deserve that and the masses and so forth that is camouflage for what they really believe in this centralized iron fist. And bringing it up to today when the people don't agree with you. What do you do you change the people, and that's what open borders and illegal immigration is all about. Ultimately votes, legalization Taran nasty eventual citizenship, we've had cycle after cycle of amnesty leading to legalization leaving the citizenship cycle after cycle over the last fifty to sixty years, which has resulted in what? Many red states becoming purple many purple states becoming blue many blue states becoming even blower. It's had the effect the intended effect. Naty Pelosi Schumer and their ilk. They're not about compassion. They're not about humanity. Give a damn about an illegal alien who comes here can't speak English. Who's coming here from Guatemala Bolivia wherever I don't care about that person. As a person they care about that person as a voter. As a voter ten years ago twelve years ago fifteen years ago, they opposed they're very arguments. They're making today. Nobody made the arguments they're making today. They were so insane. Nobody. You have a governor in California. A moron. Former mayor of San Francisco, former Lieutenant governor. The guy looks like a model for underwear commercial. Maybe even women's underwear. But out there they shouldn't get much of a damn either way. California. Do we have the audio this? I think we do. Let's go to sixteen. This guy's name is Kevin Newsome. Gavin Newsom rather Gavin. At complete utter putz. Go ahead. Together. Let us build a house stronger than the coming storms hoping to the world the house. Wow. What a Robert frost..

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