36 Burst results for "First Weeks"

 Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 2 hrs ago

Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

"Confidence moving forward Like the Dodgers the Cardinals brought out the room on Sunday camping at three game sweep of the Yankees out slugging The Bronx bombers 12 to 9 That makes third sacra Nolan Arenado a happy man Anytime you can cap off a sweep of a great team like the Yankees it's huge And what we're trying where we're trying to go you know you got to win ball games win series Other national leaguers answering the Sunday win column roll call with a Phillies reds Marlins pirates giants and Diamondbacks The American League winners were the guardians raise royals Blue Jays White Sox and Mariners golf a bit of history at the Wyndham championship 20 year old South Korean Tom Kim notched a 5 stroke victory making him the second youngest winner of a PGA event since World War II I play great this week You know it was hard to stay in the moment in the final round just knowing that I was so close but I just never let my guard down until I hold that putt on 18 NASCAR Kevin Harvick ended at 65 race winless drought when he got the checkered flag Sunday at Michigan International Speedway Bruce

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Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81

"The aces spoiled the final regular season home game for Sue bird by beating the storm 89 81 Asia Wilson scored 29 points and Kelsey plum had 16 including a key three pointer in the final minute Chelsea gray and Jackie young both scored 15 and the ace has never trailed the final 28 minutes Brianna Stewart poured in the season high 35 points and Tina Charles added 19 for Seattle Bird finished with 9.6 assists and four rebounds The aces kept alive their hopes of catching Chicago for the number one seed going into the final week I'm Dave fairy

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Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 15 hrs ago

Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles

"The film bullet train leads at the box office in its opening weekend I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest Your creek international business solution is how can I help you I am ready Bullet train about 5 assassins on a speeding train in Japan is the top box office draw this week It had a $30.1 million opening according to studio estimates Movie theaters usually report a quiet period in the late summer and bullet train was the last of the big summer movies Number two this week is D.C. league of super pets Nope is third followed by Thor: Love and Thunder minions the rise of gru is number 5

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Kremlin says Griner swap must be discussed without publicity

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 19 hrs ago

Kremlin says Griner swap must be discussed without publicity

"Negotiations for the release of basketball star Brittany griner from a Russian jail continue I think she's going to be freed Former U.S. ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson I think she has the right strategy of contrition a good legal team Richardson who admits to being a catalyst in the negotiations but not directly involved told ABC this week with George Stephanopoulos he's expecting a breakthrough There's going to be a prisoner swap though and I think it'll be two for two involving Paul Whelan We can't forget him Whelan is in a Russian jail on spy charges I'm Shelley Adler

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Fresh update on "first weeks" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:07 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "first weeks" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"Stages. What a perfect way to end this interview. No worries, my sleep pleasure. Doctor Luke Kemp is one of the authors of a new study called climate endgame exploring catastrophic climate change scenarios. Among the reasons we balk at considering the potential for long-term catastrophe is that our brains are wired for short term problem solving. That's according to journalist Brian Walsh, the editor of vox's future perfect, who dug into the issue in a Time Magazine piece on, quote, why your brain can't process climate change. Welcome to the show, Brian. It's great to be here. You wrote about how we're wired to avoid thinking about doomsday scenarios. Existential events that are maybe a little too far over the horizon. And you situate us into the narrow metal tube of a functional MRI. Indeed, if you actually put yourself in that machine and you ask yourself to think about people close to you, your brain will light up, if you ask yourself to think about people very far away from you, your brain will light up less, basically the closer and proximity or relationship someone is, the more your brain is active, you're thinking about it. But what's really interesting is if you actually ask yourself to think about you in the immediate future, okay, lights up, like I identify with myself. I'm thinking about that person, probably too much all the time. Then if you ask yourself to think about you in ten years time, it lights up a little bit less, 20, 30, it lights up an increasingly less. And what that means essentially is that we almost treat our future selves as strangers to ourselves. And that's yourself. Imagine trying to think about a prepare for generations of people who haven't even been born yet. Think about something as simple as this. I mean, do you save enough for retirement? Are you financially secure for the future? Surveys would indicate that's not the case. You know, you often make choices based off your sort of present day needs, multiply that by society, and you've got where we are now. And maybe inevitably, economists have their own term to describe this phenomenon, right? The social discount rate, which quantifies how much value declines as we look into the future, kind of the opposite of the compounding interest rate. I think that is the way to think about it. Would you rather have $1 now or $10 in a year's time? Basically how you answer that question is sort of how you set your own personal discount rate. Right. You put that in explicit monetary terms. You calculated that with a 5% discount rate. It would only be worth spending about $2200 today in order to prevent $87 trillion of damages. That's the size of the total world economy now. In 500 years. Now, this presents some problems. I don't know anybody who actually believes that we're going to be around in 500 years. I think you're absolutely right. It's really hard to wrap your mind around time links as long as 500 years. I like to start thinking about my 5 year old son. I think about the fact that he could well be around. By the start of the 22nd century, which is mind-blowing to me, then maybe you think that actually, yes, we do have a responsibility to what we owe that future. We do have the responsibility to try to create the best possible conditions for them not just to survive, but to thrive. Those people don't have a voice. We have to be that voice, not just thinking about the future, but maybe even prepared to make some sacrifices of our own welfare now to ensure that futures actually even better. Yeah, right. That is a little bit like, but other than that, misses Lincoln, how did you like to play? Yeah, it's absolutely, it's a big ass. And it's so interesting when you look at what's happened over the last couple of weeks with climate politics. We went essentially from one week Joe Manchin was not going to support any kind of climate action. It was dead. Suddenly a few days later, things change. Okay, he's on board now. But it's so interesting to me the way this was shifted in terms of how it was framed. This went from a climate act to something that's now called the inflation reduction act. That shifts you from future think to current think. Exactly. Having reported on climate change now for more than 15 years and covering the cap and trade failure back in 2010 under president Obama. Back then, those were really ideas that were based around limiting things. It was like we are going to cut carbon by a certain amount. It will cost more. It will create a better economy so forth and so on. But really it was leading with those ideas of sacrifice reduction. Now, we've switched around being like, this is a bill that will help you with inflation. This is a bill that will expand the supply of clean energy. We'll make electric vehicles cheaper. And clean our air. And clean your hair, yeah. And that's interesting because cleaner air is one of those examples of environmental problem where you actually get the effects immediately. You know, you don't get that with climate change. It's a problem where even if you're doing positive things, even if you're reducing emissions in the present day, that won't really change warming next year, 5 years from now, ten years now. You don't really start to feel it until later on. So you don't get that feedback. And so you need to think about other ways to sell this to the public. If this is the way to sell it, successfully, I mean, this is probably the best we can do. You talked about how the people of the future have no voice. You tend toward a writer of philosophy named Samuel scheffler and I haven't read his book death and the afterlife, but the descriptions make it sound as though he thinks we as a species actually do care about the future even if our behavior suggests we don't. He goes into thinking really about, well, what really matters to us in the present day. I just went on and said, well, we tend to focus on our present cells to adopt habits that may not be better for us in our future selves. But we also do care deeply about the continuation of the human project, continuation, obviously, of our families. I think if tomorrow we were all to find out that, okay, you have a situation like that great novel and movie children of men were suddenly no one can reproduce anymore. You'd think on one hand, well, your life is not really changing. You know, it's not as if an asteroid or nuclear warhead and suddenly everyone dies at once. But with that book and film shows and I think what Sam talks about, really, is that without confidence in a future that will go beyond us, life starts to lose meaning really. But you wrote the problem is, in the words of the social philosopher Roman Chris narek, we colonize the future treating it as a distant colonial outpost where we dump ecological degradation nuclear waste public debt and technological risk. This hour is about connectedness, frailty, and agency. And the first part, I think we can get. We are connected to the world. But how do we exercise that agency? How do we exercise that agency? To make a better future or a sustainable one or any future at all? I think every action, the round climate change is an effort to do just that. People take different routes to it. You can be an activist with the idea that you are trying to safeguard the future. You can be the politician who's trying their best to be pragmatic appeal, maybe a little bit to those present day biases to get legislation passed that will benefit the future. I think any spiritual movement really often relates to that. Having a family, that relates that all these things to me worked together. It does take an advantage of leap. I think it's trying to look to the whole sweep of humanity and look at the progress that we have experienced over the course of 500 years in the past, a thousand years, even further, as difficult as things might look in the immediate future. I wouldn't want to go back 500 years. We've come a long way since then. Perhaps we have passed some line that will be impossible to come back from. But that hasn't happened yet. And I have a lot of confidence as a journalist. I try to write about that as much as possible, that we can continue that, even with all the step backs for likely to face in the future. Brian, thank you very much. Thank you. Brian Walsh, is the editor of vox's future perfect

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 Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 1 d ago

Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

"Have written an amazing piece on your 40th anniversary of talk radio on the things you have learned in those four decades, 5 big lessons. I want to talk about a couple of them, but first, it's not in the article, but you told me how it all started and this peculiar weekend show where you had guests from different denominations. Will you tell us about that show at the beginning, Dennis? Because I love the concept. I began radio at the 32, I think 30, 34 years of age. And it was a blessing changed my life, obviously. There was an extremely popular show in Los Angeles on the ABC radio station. And I mean, so popular that eventually it became the most popular show in Los Angeles, despite the fact that it was broadcast on a Sunday Night, the least likely time for people to listen. But it dominated radio. It was called religion on the line, and it was dominant before I became the host. I just increased it, but I acknowledge it was I knew about it because everybody knew about it. A priest a minister in a rabbi would appear different ones each week, Catholic Protestant Jew, and the host. The host that I that they were thinking of letting go was secular and anti religious. And they were looking for a new host. I don't know if that was the reason, but they were. And by sheer good luck, my name was brought to the general manager of the station. And George green was a legend in radio and for whom I have only deepest gratitude for my life's journey, so he told this woman Roberta Weintraub May she rest in peace. The head of education in Los Angeles said, I need somebody who knows religion knows how to speak, but it's not a clergyman. And she said, I can't believe you're asking that. I just heard this kid at this Jewish institute here in Los Angeles. I went for a weekend there. I heard him lecture, he's terrific. And they said, oh, good, let's try him out. And in the middle of the show, the program director slipped me a note, I wish I had, I still had it. It changed my life. Tell them you'll be on next week.

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Sebastian Talks About the Lies Behind Jan. 6 With Rep. Troy Nehls

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Sebastian Talks About the Lies Behind Jan. 6 With Rep. Troy Nehls

"First things first, got to talk about it at January 6th. You have been digging into the documents for over a year now. It is the subject of your book. What are the things that the people in power don't want the American people to know about those four hours? Well, what you're seeing from this January 6th sham committee on televisions across America. Now, I know they're not getting the ratings they would like beni Thompson is the puppet and Nancy's the puppet master. You've got Liz Cheney and Adam kenzie gunner. But this book really talks about all the things that they're not talking about. They don't want to talk about the intelligence that the leadership of the capitol police had. Before the event. Before the event weeks leading up to the event. Telling them that they need to prepare. That's right. The capitol police leadership team, specifically the intelligence section, they produced three reports, intelligence reports, dating back to December 15th, December 30th, and then January 3rd. And I highlight all this in the book. And if you would have read that 14 page report, that intelligent summary on January 3rd, you'd have read a paragraph, you would have said, as an entry level law enforcement officer would have said, we need to have the National Guard here, the following day.

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Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

"Want to start with where we're at. Carrie Lake has won the Arizona primary for governor. Maga candidates across the country are winning their primaries. This Republican Party is a grassroots party, ready to fight, ready to govern, ready to improve people's lives, ready to put their citizens first, but the pressure is now going to be on. And as we warned early in the week, the midterm elections are all but a certain thing. Democrats are adjusting. Democrats are going to outspend us, they control the media. They control social media, they control our election system, and they are going to be willing to cut corners at every single turn to try to get their preferred candidates across the finish line. The generic ballot is tightening, the generic congressional vote, according to Rasmussen reports, Republicans only lead by three points. Whereas a couple months ago, Republicans led by 15 points. We're seeing one race in particular that we endorsed in Washington, Joe Kent is only down by 1.8 points with lots of ballots still to be counted. Again, Kerry Lake Blake masters, all one in Arizona. However, as we look towards the midterms, Republicans only have a .1 lead if you average all of the generic ballot polls, a .1 point lead barely taking back the House of Representatives. Barely. And the U.S. Senate is a complete coin toss. It shouldn't be that way with inflation open borders, CRT woke as an anti americanism, war on American energy, it should be a complete blowout. Now some of these polls might be suppression polls and misrepresentations. You can usually add 5 or 6 to all these polls that's usually a good rule of thumb. But make no mistake. Democrats, they know they're going to lose, but their strategy right now is a very smart one. That's right. I'm saying the Democrats are using a smart strategy. They're basically saying we want to lose less. They know that midterms can be very hard. Joe Biden is deeply unpopular and Republicans will be outspent. At every corner. Now

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Alex Jones must pay $45.2 million in punitive damages, jury decides

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Alex Jones must pay $45.2 million in punitive damages, jury decides

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $49.3 million for his lies about the sandy hook elementary massacre Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been ordered by Texas jury to pay $49.3 million in total damages to the parents of a first grader killed in the 2012 sandy hook elementary school massacre Jones falsely called the attack a hoax saying it was orchestrated by the government to tighten U.S. gun laws The jury award came in the final phase of a two week trial adding $45.2 million in punitive damages to the $4.1 million in compensatory damages Jones was ordered to pay Neil heslin and Scarlett Lewis The couple who 6 year old son Jesse Lewis was among 19 children and 6 educators killed in the classroom shooting had sought $150 million

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America Is Not an Evil Place

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 2 d ago

America Is Not an Evil Place

"Is, it is almost inevitable. When I talk to young people and they've been led to believe what their professors or teachers at have told them, they're angry, ungrateful, spoke to a bunch of high school kids a few weeks ago. It was a very depressing actually. And I never say that. It was a totally mixed ethnic group, racial and ethnic group. And they were, they pretty much hated me. This was not a common thing with young people. And what they hated was that I said America was a good place and they had essentially no right to walk around angry at their race at racism in America when it's such an unraced place. And they were furious. They were just furious.

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The Politics of Gratitude

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

The Politics of Gratitude

"Today's topic last week I spoke in the last two weeks were really a big, big ones. One was despair that despair is a sin. I got that from a Bible commentary that I use in writing my own Bible commentary, the rational Bible. And then I spoke last week about the subject, does everybody want to be happy? I used to think they did. I learned, as I've learned so much from callers in the last 40 years. I have learned 40 years. I can't believe it. You know if you say 40 years from now, it seems like it'll never happen. But if you say 40 years ago, it seems like yesterday. Time is a very, very strange thing. Very strange.

Andy Ogles: We're Going to See a New Contract With America

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | 2 d ago

Andy Ogles: We're Going to See a New Contract With America

"Are sick and tired of the Liz Cheney of the world and maybe she'll get her comeuppance in the next week or two, but do you see the right kind of Republicans winning primaries around the country? Obviously you're one of them. Well, you know, the freedom caucus has been fairly aggressive, recruiting candidates to run to increase the numbers. And so that's how I connected with them. They saw this as an opportunity. They looked at the field. I was clearly the one that most fit the freedom caucus mold. And so they set me down. They interviewed me and clearly, you know, they very quickly endorsed me. But yeah, I think there's a huge opportunity here to steer this ship and get us back on track. And it's not going to matter whether you're a freedom caucus congressman or just more of the quote unquote conservative congressman. We have to fix things. And this is based off of that. It's based off of economic and it's not partisan. It just map and I think that's going to cut through a lot of the noise. I think you're going to see a new contract with America in this next Congress. It's going to, you know, it's humbling to know that as we move forward in 2022 and obviously I got to fight. I've got to fight. I've got to win in November. But that being said to be a part of this next contract with America where we get America back on track and we move forward with the Trump's policies and making America first again.

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Exposing an FBI Bombshell With Congressman Jim Jordan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 d ago

Exposing an FBI Bombshell With Congressman Jim Jordan

"One of the best arguments for us to take back the house is to make sure Jim Jordan is in a position of leadership. Congressman Jordan, welcome back to the program. Good to be with you, Charlie and thanks for thanks for all you're doing for the cause of freedom. We appreciate it. Thank you. Well, you're fighting every single day. So congressman walk us through this new whistleblower. Seems like there's a lot of whistleblowers right now at the FBI and it's kind of it's hard to keep them all straight. Walk us through the one that you're kind of focused on right now that reveals scandalous push by FBI to pad domestic teradata. Please go ahead. Yeah, yeah. Your first point there, we've had over a dozen FBI agents come to us as whistleblowers. And think about it. They're coming to us when we're in the minority where we can't subpoena documents. They're just coming to us because it's so bad, the political nature of that place now is so, so egregious that they're willing to come to us just so we can begin to tell their story and tell the truth to the American people. And we had one come to us in the last few weeks who said that they are being pressured to label almost every case. The catalog or categorize almost every case as a domestic terrorism case as it didn't do it. Domestic violence extremism, I think, is the technical term they use. And you remember, they created this office within DoJ back as the start of this year. They stood it up a few months ago. And now they're being pressured to do it. And kind of the interesting thing about it is they said one of the key people who was doing the pressuring on the good rank and file agents is this guy named Timothy T bolt, who just happens to be the same guy who the other whistleblower, a different whistleblower who went to senator grassley, said was the individual who was responsible for suppressing evidence about the Hunter Biden story. So first thing evidence that would have disproved the whole disinformation campaign that we got from the left in the run up to the 2020 presidential election. So that's how political displace has become and it's why we're trying to tell the story and as you point out, hopefully if we get in the majority, we can do a little more about it.

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Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 2 d ago

Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week

"Had Kansas and Missouri Arkansas having battles, Missouri. We saw Eric Schmidt, the attorney general over there when the nomination in the battle of Eric's Donald Trump chiming in with an endorsement of Eric with two candidates having the same first name, Eric Schmidt ended up getting the win and will face off to try and make sure the Missouri Senate race stays in Republican hands and then down in Arizona. Carrie Lake finally gets the final nod that she's the winner in Arizona. Maricopa County, Phoenix that screwed up the 2020 election has done no progress in getting any further along at being able to actually count votes and get through an election process. You know, you've got other countries where they can literally hand count ballots and they can do it in 24 hours. Maricopa County can't even get it done in a few days and they had chaos, they had confusion, like we saw in 2020, despite all the denials that there was any election problems in Arizona that it didn't get stolen from Trump, but a big week there, and then in Tennessee, where we're broadcasting from in Memphis, Andy ogles wins the Republican primary in the Tennessee 5th congressional district. Last night, as Republicans redrew that district in Tennessee, it's been a 9 congressional district state for a while. Traditionally, you've had 7 Republicans to Democrats in recent years. Well, with redistricting, Republicans redrew the lines in Nashville, dividing Nashville up, adding some of the suburban counties to it. And for the first time for the first time since reconstruction, the Civil War, Republicans have an actual shot to pick up Nashville and probably do that new district is about a 12 plus Republican district Donald Trump carried it by over a dozen points,

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Corny Koehl Can't Understand the About Turn in Dr Oz

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:19 min | 2 d ago

Corny Koehl Can't Understand the About Turn in Dr Oz

"You got to talk to me about Doctor Oz, so you executive produced for executive produce, so I was the executive producer for Oprah radio when they launched initially. It was called Oprah and Friends in 2006 on XM, and then XM and Sirius drew together. And I oversaw that whole channel. And so yeah, I had a lot of interactions with Doctor Oz, we also took his show on the satellite and we took it terrestrially as well. And he was lovely. You know, I really have nothing negative to say. Doctor. He's on record saying it is not a heartbeat at 6 weeks before. Now, what happens to these people? Were they have to become right wing science denying lunatics? Even doctors like him. Right, right. And just bending over for yes. The former guy is just a stunning, I never would have seen it. And another person that I E peed for was Lisa is. So when mamet had a show on The Oprah channel, Lisa did as well, and it was a weekly show and it was very spiritually oriented. And I can't fathom being super spiritual and thinking, okay, a 100% against abortion is a good thing. It blows my mind.

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Caller: Cheney Is Wrong; The American People Decide to Vote in Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 sec | 2 d ago

Caller: Cheney Is Wrong; The American People Decide to Vote in Trump

"Totally right. It's not Trump. It's us. Trump just leads the parade. See, that's my point. That's my point. I mean, doesn't Dick Cheney get that? How do they not realize that? Donald Trump isn't prince Andrew. He can't just fill up or whatever. He can't just say I'm gonna be the prince. I'm gonna be the king. We decide that. We're the boss. If Trump or the Republicans get back in, they're not going to be able to play their games like they're playing with that inflation fight everything now where they sneak in these little things. You know, they got lost that your parents have to be thrilled for 7 years before they can go in a nursing home. That means you. I mean, who makes those laws? I know, I know. I know, but it's not, like I said, it's not, at the end of the day I don't think that Liz Cheney's dad is going to rescue her next week.

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Biden Is Wrong About Inflation Bill

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | 2 d ago

Biden Is Wrong About Inflation Bill

"Joe Biden went on in that White House zoom. I mean, I hope the guy recovers quickly. He looks awful. He's in week two of COVID. Cut number two. Let me be clear. Despite what some folks are saying. The inflation reduction act makes sure that no one earning less than $400,000 a year will pay a penny more in federal taxes, notwithstanding all these ads you can't television. But don't take my word for it. Nearly 130 economists, 7 Nobel laureates and economics, former former treasury secretaries, the Federal Reserve vice chair, former director of the congressional budget office. Wrote that this bill will quote fight inflation of lower cost for American families while setting the stage for strong, stable, and broadly shared long-term economic growth. This is absurd, and by the way, remember all those same economists said, we wouldn't have anything. We wouldn't have inflation that it would be transitory than it wouldn't be so long and it would depend upon supply chain.

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Dinesh and Debbie Unpack the Left's Latest Abortion Debate Arguments

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Dinesh and Debbie Unpack the Left's Latest Abortion Debate Arguments

"It's very interesting but in the abortion debate, we've seen a kind of shift in the rhetoric of the Democrats and of the left. Suddenly we find that there are talking a lot about a topic pregnancies, they're talking about miscarriages. They're making it seem like the abortion debate is not about abortion. It's not about killing your kid who's in the process of being born. Rather, it is about these other things. Now, we talked, I guess last week it was about the ectopic pregnancy, but you saw an article in The New York Times about miscarriage and abortion, equating the two. Yeah, and you know, I mean, I think I've talked about this before, but I was actually approach choice, I wouldn't say, I wouldn't say I was a pro abortion advocate, but I was a pro choice person in college, you know, high school college, really up until I suffered a miscarriage. In 1994, at the age of 28, I was really excited. I was finally pregnant and I had a miscarriage. At about 7 weeks or so, and so I instinctively became a pro lifer at that at that point because I understood the line between my body and my baby's body. Really more than I ever had before. And so when I saw this article about, why do we talk about miscarriage differently from abortion? I just about flipped over the chair.

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Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:49 min | 2 d ago

Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

"Obviously the hubris in this reporting, the Trump is, oh, I'm not concerned witch hunt. It'll be fine. But I mean, this is obviously we know from the two pat subpoenas this week that this has reached into the Oval Office, and obviously there is reporting that Trump's attorneys are counseling him that he may be indicted. So what do you take from all of this? From the latest recording. Three, really important data points, staff one. We saw the Rolling Stone reporting that Donald Trump's legal team is preparing for him to be indicted and this is what I love. This is why Donald Trump's legal team is like the worst legal team imaginable. Except for Alex Jones. Yeah, the good point. They're saying, we are preparing a defense that will be putting it on quote the fall guys. What did we see a couple of days later in last night's CNN reporting? Donald Trump has been counseled to cut off all contact with and not talk to Mark Meadows. The only reasonable inference we can draw from that is Meadows is flipping, right? Maybe he has flipped, maybe he hasn't flipped. That's what you counsel somebody when it comes to, you know, one of your buddies who is now cooperating with the feds do not talk to him anymore. And then the third data point is the pat cipollone subpoena to the grand jury and Steph all testimony is not created equal. Because the J 6 testimony that pat cipollone gave, we all saw it. Some of it on videotape, he wouldn't answer the big questions. He wouldn't talk about what Donald Trump said or did. He wouldn't talk about Trump's crimes. He gets away with that in the January 6th committee because they don't have a way to compel him. They can't test that privilege once he asserts it. When we get witnesses in the grand jury, we can test that privilege. We can overcome it in real time because when pat cipollone and the grand jury says executive privilege, I've done this a hundred times, not with executive privilege, but with attorney client privilege. Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, spousal privilege. Doctor patient privilege, et cetera we walk over to chief judge barrel howells, chambers, the chief judge of the D.C. federal district court who has supervisory authority over the grand jury, and we litigate it in real time, and she rules, I predict, Joe Biden has an invoked the privilege, so you lose because Donald Trump doesn't get to invoke it. And there's a crime fraud exception. So belt and suspenders, you lose twice. Now, pat cipollone, go back in there and testify

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"first weeks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"Zone with bill like right now. It feels like there's nothing at all. So i i agree with that too. Logan has a good question for us. in this is something that i've noticed recently as well Is there any chance hints. Has lingering injury he will come off. The i sometimes for forty five minutes early this season and it i think he rig bonus was pushed a little bit by a question i i think it was by saad. Saad usa of athletic and it didn't really he didn't say yes he also didn't say no. So is there a chance that hints still has an injury of some kind. I mean. I think you're still dealing with whatever it was. It was something different like before the season remember. We thought he he wasn't gonna play the first game we were we were. We did our preseason podcast expecting that even and he was in the lineup. So i think he's still playing through something but even with that. He got better as the road trip went onto so i i think whatever it is he's coming off of it and hopefully he picks it up. I'm just hoping that Defensively I've still got those two goals. No stuck in my head where he was the main catalyst as to why those goals were scored against us so i i'm just hoping that He gets better as the season goes on. And i did see we did see a really good shift I can't remember what game it was now. But it was in the final minute of the first period and he had to prime game k. So pittsburgh game so he had to really good opportunities in the whole top six play. Great in the third period of the pittsburgh game like it wasn't even the whole team. Even it was. It was primarily the top. Six two is what it was. That's why it was such a stark difference. In my opinion we need to see that for the full sixty minutes so because that second period was really bad against depends and welcome to the stars. Fan nation statement right full sixty minutes in scored goals that is the are those are mantras score. Goals full sixty minutes. Okay guys..

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"first weeks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"So that's what we were hoping for with his with. His healed is healed figgis. Yeah and is fingers are working right now are have like a century before he just didn't know it was just playing for doesn't yeah rob. I still don't believe in that. I mean why watch watch zone. He watched him. He's going to go score thirty goals this evening. Now he's gonna make you eat his words. I'm gonna keep saying this could score fifty goals and he plays the same way that he's playing right now. I will keep saying you looked so uncomfortable. The offensive zone. Every time he put he touches the puck explode off the stick but the two times he's been able to exploded in the right direction. I mean that's that's all that's what it feels like to me. I don't know. I mean that's slapshot on was crowd right He looked like dennis. Gary taking a shot like shot. That puck. yeah. I know i i. I was like i thought that was enough. I was i thought. Oh good for geary. He got shot. And then i was like wait. That's not on what raffle what's your views. Exactly right exactly all right. So oh logan hey man how's it going Logan is asking. What will you do if he scores thirty. I will continue to say the same thing. I will scoring thirty. That means that my jinx is working so you better be thankful right and keep the jinx going keep the jinx going Okay chris and then we. We have to mention the obvious because in because we've mentioned it just about every. Pg are This past week but the top six have got to produce. But can you tell us why they're why you think they're trending in the right direction. Because you kind of talked about this a little bit off air. Yeah there are definitely going to get better. We see from the top guys. Let me just give you their shots that they took at the end of that game. Hold on i'm on the wrong tab. Okay there so tyler sagan. This is the pittsburgh game. he ends. That game with five shots goal himself. That's just tyler and that's perfect. That's what we want him to shoot the puck. Alexander radulescu two shots. He looks way better than the last two games of the first game. I do games. He looked like an idiot. The next games look like a.

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"first weeks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"Despite all the injuries they have to really key guys three other top six forwards or out crosby malkin. Brian rust in. You know they still put up a huge fight. And they haven't lost in regulation yet there too. Oh and to you so You know props to pittsburgh interesting. Jari looks like a monster right now. Looks really good so he he he he is really trying to make up for the The playoffs where he really didn't look very good. So that's another team. I just wanted to mention earned throughout their. If i want to mention one more team real quick. Is that chicago. Houthem wanna game yet so there. I'm okay with that. I'm more than okay with that. And i was so sick of seeing. Oh they're gonna make the playoffs again. They're gonna they're gonna they're gonna go to the stanley cup finals. You're too in. There are two. Maybe not that hard. But no i wasn't. They signed just because you sign says you said they were gonna they were gonna beat us in the the standings this year so no i did not have the star second. You remember i remember to. Yes yes. I had them. Second and i had chicago missing the playoffs getting sixth division. So on you. Chris anyways okay anyways Is there any other teams. You wanna mention her. Can we move on. Move on okay. So let's talk about a couple of Signings slash extensions. Whatever you wanna call them because some of the merck and some of them are Signings obviously brady truck get signed He doesn't he didn't play against the stars on sunday but he did sign for seven years at eight point. Two one four two million per you got the new york islanders. Who signed a polack. Who who is you know. Half of their taught deeper to eight years at six point. One five million. So that's a really good contract for him and then this one kind of surprised me a little bit in. It's a little scary. When you're 'cause you consider it a talking about klingberg as well. But boston signed. Charlie mcevoy who is a young guy to eight years at nine point. Five million dollars per Per year so anything about those three contracts that you wanna talk about. Breaking check is getting way overpaid. Because he's got a good last name so there's one seven years is crazy to like what on earth that is not from what i've seen from. That's not the guy you're gonna build your team around but go for it..

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"first weeks" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

Twinning with Sisanie

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

"I know preschool my like you. School did nothing. Talk about preschool. Oh okay you got back from hawaii and the kids are at school like three days later. Yes so yes. We got back and We still had a friday with them. We still did some stuff. I think that weekend and you were still in vacation mode. Seemed like yeah a little bit and my my girlfriend and her husband and they have a son who's the same age as maxon. she's also pregnant so it's so funny. She's she's actually. She's my best friend. And i met her kiss. He started out as my phone screener. I literally legit just how you started. How i make my friends guys. I pluck them out of the wild and force them like me. So i yes i literally like. I hired her. Like i interviewed her and i loved her and i was like. You're hired you. Great and so. She was my producer on the midday show for many years and then went on to bigger and better things and now she works for a huge company and is running the show basically and Anyways she got pregnant three months. After i got pregnant with the twins so our high our kids are three months apart. Mine were born in may hurt his born july august july. Okay one of those months anyways and same thing with this pregnancy. I'm pregnant with a baby girl and she got pregnant three months later so she's three months behind me and she's having a girl why i know. So that's crazy but also so fun because now your kids can always play. And right when i got married. She actually moved to new york for the big time job that she got and so i was like. Kind of like a bummer. So because of the pandemic she moved back to california and working remote and our company's gonna let her continue working remote same with her husband. So they're looking for homes in my neighborhood and your leg lying. I swear to. God this is your dream come true it really is so i mean we're hoping it's like in monroe from maybe it also. We're not married till stain here forever. So i feel like. I was like joking with her. Like do you find the neighborhood. You find the cold sack. And i will move into that cold sack. We'll we'll go from there. Basically anyways we hung out with them and they ha. They stayed in dana. Point for like two nights surprised. Her husband with some trip into shoes. Like want you guys come and meet us for the day and like one full and go to the beach and we did all that with the kids and it was so cute like is that where maximum was burying himself insane adorable. I know a boy. I'm like so dirty as demanded that she sit on a towel and like didn't want to get on her feet again. And say and maximum was laying in pouring it on himself. Yes i doubt. Oh funny funny. So the next day they start preschool and I mean i post it on instagram. So if you saw the video like michael and dropping them off air like a mess. They ran riot in. They didn't even look back. We had a call for them to come back and give a hug..

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"first weeks" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

Twinning with Sisanie

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

"Like i don't retain any info especially if michael's there he's got it when your body but like whatever. He told me that the whole article that you read this morning about like the corona virus and air particles and how science got it wrong or all as whatever it was but it was literally as if a professor was teaching it to you in a college course like he was referencing like footnotes. And the people's names. And i'm like how do you rem key read the article once like how do you re tell somebody else a full-blown article that you just read with all of that info. I just like the difference in your guys is brains like you're more creative and get more like numbers and yeah like photographic memory almost. Yeah yeah he's created to. He gets offended when you say he is. That's true he's music. Sorry mike. I'm sorry i'm sorry anyways. The hawaii we made a back. You know and i got the correspond. We missed the kids so much and we stayed at a hotel we sit at the four seasons and it was right next to al lonnie and the those coves over there. They're all like manmade beautiful. We were joking that we think that the cove is filtered water because it was just so beautiful and it's nice because there's no waves there so that's why alani has her hotel there because it's literally like a like a pool ocean like it's so great for kids. We walked over there and got the kids some disney stuff in there disney store and then very cute surprise them. Or do you want to take the kids out. Lonnie like soon have no choice. Asia pretty much is demanding that she tells me every day. How does she know what it is because she knows that we were in hawaii. And i think maybe. I made the mistake of saying like this. Moana's were more moana's from which i don't even think in the in the moana they even say it's hawaii like it might lead to heat. Who knows true always but whatever so it was like you know it's that too. I think that connection. And she sees me wanna and she saw her pictures she understands. That is beautiful. And there's an ocean and whatever but you like mommy and you went to hawaii but it's okay because you're in take as it hawaii real soul like everyday like she's manifesting like just like i'm just gonna keep telling them until they do it. Yes i know. I have a door. But it's okay because you're taking as it hawaii's right. I'm a little offended but it'll be okay. It'll be okay. 'cause you're taking me. I didn't know. I was a buyer little body as seen on a plane. It's just like we're going to have a new baby soon. How are we gonna do. Honestly i did look into it and like the when we would maybe go as december but then also it's peak season and it's so expensive smells like and what will be five mental. She's a great time to travel. By the way. I wish with the twins okay. Yes when their newborn. It's like that's not. Even newborn honestly. Five months is kind of like already. She's like starting to wiggle and get her opinion and she could cry the whole time. I can newborn. Newborn is the best i was actually looking into. Maybe taking them at the end of my maternity leave.

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"first weeks" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Forty two on second serve points. Meanwhile golf makes fifty five percent of her first serves thirty nine fifty seven their fifteen forty seven on second serve points one most importantly in that third set when it mattered. Most goff mates seventy percent of her first serves one seventy three percent of those points. Safe eight nine break point chances for at least mertens who get had plenty of tunes to get that break back in that third sunhat opportunities in that final game as well but look when you have confidence when you've put four the results that gough had over the last fifty two weeks you get through a match like this. She was able to do so. You look for coke off now. She's got another tricky one against big hitting another player. Move the ball around really well in sevastopol who's also gonna throw a lot more slice at her probably tomorrow than cocoa than excuse me And mertens. There's the name is looking for did today. But it's just an interesting second round match again. Go to go. I imagine that draw. Dosa rebecca goff. That's a gauntlet of it. Certainly golf is the favourite tomorrow against several silva who the lucky loser knocked off qualifier. Martha kostia six one. Six seven six four in what was really fun. Threes match and. I'm not writing off cost joke heading into wimbledon because with her sort of power tennis as well i just think the experience for sevastopol one out in the end the slice the angle the variety she played with a little bit more dynamic than kaas jokes game. But i'm keeping my eye on cossack. I'm keeping my eye on cepa. Soave as well. She can just do a lot of things in her choon. A bunch of different ways. That's a really fun bottom quarter by the way this draw for the week before a slam. It's freaking loaded. You look elsewhere up and down the board first career grass-court win for bianca. Andress you six four. Two six six two over christina mikhail again as she healthy i think that's all that matters because her game slates regardless of what the court surfaces and there's just again et decisiveness hubris about her. It works everywhere. She's damned good and she plays big Certainly did in this mikhail match. She's got a really fun match up now against a net controversy. Who is very miss test match to where. You're at physically. How you're feeling how how much you're willing to suffer for..

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"first weeks" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Let's move on now and talk about the w events we see unfolding this week. I'm not going to repeat the term. I was using earlier but will say rain disrupted play to the point that they had to re-jigger the schedule. Play a bunch of the round of thirty two matches all today in eastbourne. We saw a bunch of fun results throughout the day. Certainly some very entertaining matches. Let's start with a couple of three setters. Alina civilian your number two seed someone who i got flack for for placing in my top ten contenders at this twenty twenty. One wimbledon sheeran's a much-needed four. Six six one seven six victory over paula. Jai bear to advanced to the round of sixteen. And why is someone likes. Fiddling a playing a match this close to the start of wimbledon will it speaks to the limited sample size of grass court warm events. We've had here in this twenty twenty one season. She played one match last week in berlin and was a straight set loss for her to alexandrova clearly. Given the fact lost first round of wimbledon has had a few weeks to rest up recuperate. She feels good to go and ready to play. These warmup matches here at this eastbourne event and you can't you can't fault her decision after she gets a win like this today look for her in this match only made fifty eight percent of her first serves but when sixty percent of her first serve points fifty three percent of her second. Serve points fights off thirteen of the eighteen break points. She faces in the match. And you know. I suppose impressively convert. Sixteen six of the fourteen. Break point chances. She has she wins over. Sixty three percent of her second serve return points. It was really impressive about fit. Alina in this match was the tactical adjustments. She made the way. She responded to letdowns over the course of this decision. Now you look for her. In particular she played a really tentative for in this match. He again for. Paul does uber. To make only fifty percent of her first serves when she's traditionally in that high sixties low seventy percent range on those first-serve points and escape with the first set despite trailing by a break down four one overall in that sad. That's one of those typical letdowns that we occasionally seen from molina's fiddle lena and again. She came out firing. She came out aggressive taking the ball down the line and her patience in rallies were ended up paying off because that patients led to her getting the opportunities to be the aggressor to be the one changing direction. Going down the line and just dictating the terms of play in the rallies in this match but she got tentative as the set went along and just kind of let dosa work her way physically into the match and let dosa work her comfort point in the rallies to where she was the aggressor being the one to serve. Hit down the line and again started taking advantage of salinas first-serve percentage which went down over the course of that. I sat in attacking. The second serves playmate back in big down line. Doses rock solid. Unless you have. The big weapon are exceedingly good disciplines. Fiddling ahead a little bit of both in this match. It's going to be really tough to beat her butt. Credit to selena. Who in that second set goes woj..

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"first weeks" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Say a healthy amount of sets you had silva five and three over number twenty four seed of guinea score. You had zhang a one in one victory over. Juan pablo riaz. Who you know. He's a quarter through and through. He looked like a fish. Out of water on these grass courts. You also had sebastian opener. Really impressive two and three win over stab you had bronco ramana thon three in love. Victory over cova lick. You also had arthur ferry freshman of stanford rising sophomore six one seven victory over pronuncia guna swaran. You had oscar. Ota continued his good form. A foreign four win over henry lacks in a you hedged junk three and six win over peter gojra bits. I don't know if this is an upset. But enzo cacao three-set win over one man well sir and dolo. Those were your seed upset on day number one now. It's really hard to pick your most impressive performance when they're in these many first round matches to discuss. But if i were to narrow my list down brandon nakashima one in one over alex. Vukich vucaj hasn't played that many grass corn matches but neither has nakashima and again. You look in. The context of the loss brandon took last week on the grass courts. You know again. I don't wanna say humbling. But it's worth remembering that in his matchup in nottingham. He lost thomas fabiano. Who in twenty nineteen i think. What was it. Third round fourth round he made of wimbledon nakashima lost that match six three in the third set. You look that week before beats via martinez was a six thousand six loss to danny donskoy a match. By the way. If you look brandon nakashima wasn't broken in the match and neither was down to tiebreakers. I think axiom is A associ- associates the wrong where he is I'm blanking out. But i think he is familiarizing himself. Well with these courts here At wimbledon and these grass courts in general he just is so good at moving the ball around the core taking open space and hitting through the outer thirds getting depth on his ball when he has to hit in the outer thirds really impressive victory for him really good victory for former junior wimbledon champion rising young japanese player shintaro matches zouqi. One six two six four over the tricky who go guest star on and look. Gaston doesn't have a big weapon to punish much zouqi with informatica zucchini. And he also doesn't have that sort of plus power but he does have excessive creativity he was able to flash it all off in a three-set victory look at against some of the other impressive performers on the day. Goodwin for both vincent sculpt seven five six three over follow the rienzie that big serve big forehand on these quick courts. There is a recipe for success for him. I thought it was a really nice performance from with filled form for over com co you also had really nice performances from brayden schnur three-set win over as arthur rendered. Net comes back from a set down to the takes out. Mataya borg fund match between sapphire and torpor guard sat in the end seven. Five in the third very fun. Match between max. Cressey and tennessee coca nakas. That's another match. No breaks of serve in. That one was a seven six seven six victory for the former. Ucla bruin. max. Cressey who i believe now has a fellow bruin in mac mcdonald. I think that would be the final round..

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"first weeks" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap

Crystal's Nightcap

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap

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"first weeks" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap

Crystal's Nightcap

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap

"In new york city in some older apartments they just don't have the technology to hold a washer and dryer and every single unit but near kazan has done a good job of renovating and like trying to keep up with the times. So i'm seeing a lot of units that have in unit washer and dryer. My broker told me that she when she first moved to new york didn't have one in her building and she said she would never do that again. So i want the washer and dryer in my unit. Worst case scenario like on a floor in my building somewhere with a washer and dryer. But i really don't want to have to use a coins and all that. I've never had to do that. Hopefully it'll have to do at this time. But we'll see so i want a washer and dryer. I want a bath tub. And i wants if it's more than three stories definitely want elevator. I don't wanna walk up four stories. That's just not what i wanna do. Also stoop. I wanna really live this. Not a stupid stoop a fire escape. I really wanna live that manhattan. Grungy like fire escape and if my building doesn't have a spot for me to do yoga outside like a rooftop or like a backyard or something like that where i can just get fresh air. I really wanna have my own fire escape. Just to kind of get a breath of fresh air. And just to kind of nuffield congested. Because even though it's only been a week new living in the apartment they're living now. It's i already feel a little a little congested a balcony. I have a whole balcony and balcony. I'm like i need more. I'm used to having my whole front. My friend idaho fat front yard with like patio furniture at home and stuff. Remember in the bay. So that's those are the things that i'm hoping to have now. What else have i been up to. Everything is mad expensive out here. Like imagine going to union square trying to buy groceries like everything is just so so expensive so just buying like fruit and some veggies is gonna run new from fifty dollars to one hundred dollars if you want to add me on top of that. That's going to be another fifty dollars. So if you're getting like fruits and a few a few fruit things and if you veggie things in a little tiny bit of meat that's a good one hundred fifty dollars so i've definitely been trying to grocery shop instead of e al every single day but it's not just me living there. It's me and my little cousin. My little cousin is seven..

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"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"We need to hope for the best employees for the worst. Because that's what is headed towards us people who labeled themselves in who've During this this election. Of god's said i am a conservative. I support donald trump. This is my right now. Support whoever i feel like shown support by doing trump trains shown support by doing anything conservatives against the liberal media. That's out there. We now all have targets sauce. Cnn actually came out. When i talked to several professionals and said hey are we going to re educate all these brainwashed trumpsters all seventy five million of us. There is no magic wand anymore. There is no unicor. That's gonna come down and shit rainbow sprinkles and fix everything that ship has sailed. We have to start planning for ourselves. We have to start doing it because no one else is going to do it. We don't have a government to watch out for the people not anymore. The people are friends we have to watch out for our friends have watch out for us all of us on here. Have each other's backs in that's going to continue and we have to. We have to all of us including everybody out there in the in the chat room we all have to watch out for each other and take care of each other and back each other up if we need it. Rick what your thought. Degree of one hundred percent It is time. It is time that we sat there and quit looking at the doom and gloom. And what they gave us. We know what happened..

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"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Back james. You wanna continue onward. Gm not would I don't know what the what our path forward is at this point because done our thing went out and voted In it didn't turn out the way we wanted it to. You know it didn't in now. We back with inevitably. We thought we were going to be stuck with so And everybody's like well. You know Now you have to admit you know biden's your blah blah blah in to me in my view said before you know where he you know. I have to admit he's my president but no no don. I'm kind of going back on that because he didn't win fairly Don't believe it was a fair election. So i think there is a thief in the white house in. I think that You know we have an illegitimate president in the white house. So fucked at no. Don't have the claim this as head as my president in just whereas d'antoni's you know. I'm not sure would this guy's gonna do in the next couple of years but i predict Two years in one day in he'll be out of office And then you'll see you know campbell's o'hara's in his in a dash. It's gonna get even worse. Because she is progressively worse than anyone up there. Like she's just she's she's at bernie mittens level and Jad dawn. i'd love to agree with that. I keep hearing. Trump has some cars of the play. And he's just waiting to play play him but You know how many times have we heard How many times have we heard you know this is going to happen. That's going to happen. It's just been one letdown. After the other in here we are the only thing that has come. True is the predictions that trump was put out. Instead this is what biden's gonna do this. Do not my president at all either and definitely not. This guy. Couldn't hold a fucking bingo. I'm not even gonna go there either way This what's going to happen is we're going to see progression of this country. Getting bought off in getting paid off in our freedoms and liberties starting to go away. And it's already starting. I mean the first week of biden's presidency and i will always do this presidency in quotations this because it's bullshit presidency. We've already seen a decline in everything everything we've seen him play us like a fiddle in just sell everything off in everything he's done. It's been a shit show for the first week. Like i mean it's been really bad. You know just just even on our home front with our troops in just now all this stuff that he's reversing he's signing shit he don't even know what the fuck signing and it's there was a video wash today and he's like what is this i'll demonstrate. So what does this what. i'm signing own. Yeah did you see that and you know signing on that. I want to see the naked picture of nasty pelosi again. So he signed shit like this and he don't even know what the fuck you signing..

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Political Analytical

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Those left wing extremist. Those are the domestic terrorists here in america and same thing with china and the muslim community. So you could be you know right there or you can be extreme and you could be on that terrorist version of it right there and that's the same thing we're battling here on the home. Front same is no different. I agree gordon. Why we're not putting everybody in a group you know not everybody's in that group but there there's a select but we haven't here on the home front more here than what we need to worry about right now received gotta remember. We're playing by two different sets of rules but us talking about that not maintenance station. People view us as being not politically correct or wrong until we made. That station did not all are bad. But being conservatives being trump supporters were all nazis where all bad not the select few did what they did it to capital about the select few extremists that cause damage but all of us. So there's two different sets of rules that we have to play this world now. I have a good friend of mine. Who spent his entire life in the oil industry. Two years out of retirement can't get a job now because he was laid off by this last debate with president trump said that he was going after the oil industry. He said he was going to phase. It out is what people he lied. Cancelling the pipeline was not phasing it out canceling in that pipeline was breaking the legs of the oil industry in this country. We saw gas prices wab thirty to forty cents a gallon over night. You're going to go up even more than that gordon. Just watch they're gonna go up on an average of two dollars. Yeah it won't be long before here in texas and we're going to be paying at least five bucks a gallon and texas is one of the places where we pay the least and if it gets up to five dollars a gallon you can bet your but it's going to be around eight to ten dollars a gallon in california so get ready right and i was just thinking about new york and all these other states way of north montana. Yeah yeah it's going to be almost.

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Those are some lovely minutes too. By the way i love. I think it will look good in gordon but anyway i mean he's as radicals gets and he even to our national guard. But where's biden. What's he doing he's just hanging out. You know eating cookies from his doctor wife. 'cause she's a you guys know they're right jill. She's a doctor so we have to go by what she says to very important. But i'm gonna tell you right now. This cock sucker is in. We're in a bind with this guy. Office we are in a straight up bein. But this dude and i don. I don't know man. I'm just the hope of this. Nail down the shitter. But there's a lot of pissed off people besides us a lot of patriots in now. We're being called. Nazis now being called white safety and all this other stuff you know colombian come in in the words of joe biden. Come on man. What are we going to do. Well you guys have hit the nail right on the head. And i mean it's what i've seen so far is basically the left's attempt to flush america down the toilet and we're spinning cycle right. Now is the turds fixing to just go by by the most part and seen our troops on the floor of parking garage and feeding them basically crap and until Some of the other elected officials had to show up in at least get them pizza. I mean that's bullshit in our nation's capital no less. I mean i can understand if our soldiers were overseas or there were some foreign country or whatever the case might be. But this is our nation's capital they were called upon to defend. I'm so glad that. As far as i know right now. Texas and florida are the only ones that pull the troops back. And i do know then greg. Abbott received a call to allow the troops to stay longer and he basically told him to go fuck themselves. Which is i'm glad he did. Because you know these troops are over there. Doing what they can and they're over they're treating them like shit and like they Greg abbott said. These are not nancy. Pelosi's bill boys or whatever it was that he called Yeah i mean these are her slaves personal slaves and it was just amazing to hear all this and then a top it off like you said. They're basically releasing all the every everybody that they have at the border all the illegals but not only legal see release near releasing convicted criminals convicted criminals. Not your everyday joe. Blow is going to be out here going to work in trying to support family. They are releasing criminals that were convicted of.

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03:28 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Where how do we. How do we control this mob insurrection. That's going to be coming through. The borders just like they are through portugal and every portugal the countries at are mobbing through just to get to the us. And i tell you and there's some other things that just own. Let's not forget that. He said he was Right now immediately. Immediately fellas immediately stating that He is releasing all illegals held at the border in the facilities. That are along. The border so not only is he allowing immigrants to come flooding through the southern portion of the united states. he's releasing everybody that's jails. that's in there right now. so i don't get it. I just i just don't get it and it is is something that that is that is offensive to me and it should be to everyone of you. That are listening to our voices right now. It should piss you off actually. He also has a recent a trump order on the electric power grid. That is in that basically takes care of this are united states and it took dan to our national defense. Now that just leaves us might open for china anybody else look into what we have and where we're going and how we're structured and everything else like that so thank you mr biden for actually just basically opening our up for anybody. Screw us as much as they want to agree. Rick i mean it's just crazy what we're hearing right now with all the bad things that are going on and people wonder why are the conservative so pissed off this is why and as well as a lot of the democrats are starting to get pissed off as well and i don't think they saw how jacked up. All this was going to end up being james. Give us your your thoughts on all this. I'll give them to you but you probably won't like it. Was everybody in this panel tonight here. The facts gordon laid it out perfectly perfectly. There's there's things going on. Trump did exactly what biden r biden. Did exactly what trump said he was going to do. I mean word for all the rallies we saw from trump. Saying you biden's going to do this. He's going to do that. He's going do this dude. So far this first of His presidency is shit show and he's doing exactly what trump said he was going to do. what's was makes me nervous is was down the line that trump hasn't a put out and said you know he's going to do this as well we don't know we don't know what the hell is gonna pull you know it's so bad that He didn't call for aid for our national guard. Folks that went down to the parking garage is so bad to the point where This donkey face bitch is crazy psycho. Frigging left wing lunatic. Offered help to our Our national guard said you know if you guys want to use my office you welcome in my office. It's to the point where he is more radical than she is. And that's that's kind of a hard one to top When you look at Bernie sanders man. All the means been going around this guy. It's making my day has got the mittens..

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"More reliant on opec on foreign oil instead of our oil hundreds of thousands of jobs in one day and the one that bothers me personally. The most because of where i live. He cancelled the wall. He stopped building the wall. That protects said a salad southern texas citizens from the drugs the criminals that are flooding across our borders. There were numerous numerous reports of of two three days. Before the inauguration of uncle joe biden of convoys of people flooding to the borders to leave mexico to come into the united states now. I'm not saying that. All immigrants are bad breath saying that all people that you're coming from overseas into this country are horrible people but there are a few that are we. Don't mean that in this country we have enough in our own country. We have our own veterans who fought and died for the freedoms in this country. Who were living in the streets. Because they can't get a leg up anywhere and we're taking care of people who are coming across the border being drugs child trafficking in raping and killing and murdering people over our own soldiers who are on the streets and they don't care the left side doesn't care in. How do they illustrate since they don't care they had our own reserve. Is our own national guard sleeping in a garage. That's how much they care about our military. You know everything that you have right. There is truth and i mean there's no way to look at this other than a complete failure and like i said at the in the intro. It's far as the united states being in cardiac arrest rick. What's your thoughts on. All this agree with everything he is. He's mentioned so far. Let's not forget also that Yesterday he promised south. America mexican leader come forward and said biden had promised south america south american country. Four billion dollars in aid and restitution. What the hell do we own. A south american country for as far as restitutions is my question. He's also taxing legal gun owners. Who have an old weapon. And he's legal gun owners just like you and me. If you have an assault weapon you'll be charged an extra two hundred dollars per magazine and if it's berlin a thirty pack magazine. You're going to pay extra for that. Really tore my ass. Just like what gordon said. He's welcoming immigration with the ability to have green cards available as soon as they hit the united states worth adding..

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Political Analytical

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"first weeks" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Coming to you. From the united states of america this is political analytical. I'm your host eddie hill along with rick..