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"flora" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

07:23 min | Last month

"flora" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"With Karen Della flora who is a wife homeschooling mother of two and cosmetic formulator. She is a student at the end institute and has taken every certification course that is offered there, amazing. She is now currently working on her diploma in aroma, dermatology. Today we are deep diving into geranium essential oil with her, but first I just want to say welcome Karen, how are you? Oh, thank you. I'm so happy to be here. Thank you so much for inviting me. Well, I'm excited to have you here. I'm a big fan of the tissue and institute for sure we've had a few people from there on the show. Before we deep dive into geranium, which I'm excited about, I have to ask, what exactly is aroma dermatology? You know, I had never heard of it until I started taking courses at tissue. It's basically just a term to talk about the topical use of essential oils for common skin conditions. It's a little more in depth. So if you think of aromatherapy massage, you would use an essential oil. It may be like one to 3%. But in aroma dermatology, we're talking about higher concentrations for therapeutic uses. And local application. Okay. I imagine geranium might be an oil commonly used with that application, just knowing what I know about geranium is that a fair assumption. Oh yes, definitely. Geranium has so many uses. Is that why you chose this oil in particular because of its sort of fame in the skin world, the dermatology world? Yeah, you know, it's so geranium was the first essential oil I ever purchased. I just instantly fell in love with it, smelling it, just made me relax just automatically. And I find it's such a funny oil. It's so polarizing, people either love it or hate it, and what's funny about that is it's a balancing oil when you think geranium you think of balance. It balances your skin. It balances the blend you put it in, so I think it's so interesting and doing this deep dive on it just blew my mind. Yeah, tell me a little bit more about that balancing principle. When you say, you know, you put it in a blended balances. What do you mean by that? So it's one of the few oils that you can add even in small amounts, and it balances with the other sense. It complements woody sense, citrus sense, herbal sense, obviously other florals. It's just a really well rounded essential oil. Yeah. Now, now that I think about it, I feel like a lot of the blends that I gravitate towards that have a long list of oils in it. They'll usually it usually contains geranium somewhere, and I'm usually surprised when I see it on. I'm like, oh, this has geranium. I'm like, oh, you know, I don't really pick up on that much, but perhaps this is because it's in there in a pretty low quantity and it's less about getting that geranium scent in there and more just about bouncing those other oils that are in there. So that makes a lot of sense. Preventative smell geranium before. How would you describe the scent? So I would describe it obviously Rosie. It's very well known for having a rosy sort of scent. But it's also sort of green and herbaceous, the main constituents in it are citronellol and geraniol. And those are what give it that signature rosy scent, but they can happen kind of in varying degrees depending on the region. You get it from it's really interesting. It'll always have that signature rosy scent, but it'll be a little bit different depending on where it comes from, what variety of plant it comes from. Tell us more about the plant itself. I didn't realize there was different varieties of geranium plants either. Oh my gosh, this is what just blew my mind. So when you look up geranium essential oil. And I looked at several suppliers, most of them listed as pelargonium gravel lens. But there are over 250 varieties of pelargonium. Wow. When they all readily hybridize when they're near each other, so it's kind of funny, the more research I did, the more I found that nobody is actually very sure of what you're getting. They have a vague idea, but until more research is done by I don't know a botanist, I don't think anyone really has a firm grasp on exactly what they're getting. As they're growing the geranium bush or even after its flower, they're like pretty sure this is a blah blah blah. But it could have mixed with this other guy over here and not really sure what they're called now. They continue to grow it through clippings from the previous growth. There have been so many articles done on this. And even other aroma therapists agree that it's kind of unsure like nobody knows exactly, but the good thing is is that they all smell pretty similar. There are some varieties that can have a little bit of a minty dry down at the end. But they all have that rosy scent. And the most common one is usually referred to, this is the other confusing part. They refer to all of them kind of synonymously. So you'll see like two or three different varieties named, like pellagra, roseum or gravel lens or aspirin and they could all potentially be referring to the same thing even though they're obviously not the same thing. Interesting, interesting. So is there anything particularly interesting about the way that this oil is distilled or cultivated? I assume it comes from the flower of the plant. Is that correct? You would assume that, but actually it comes from the leaves. Interesting. Yeah, so on the surface of each leaf, there are thousands of tiny hairs and at the end of each hair is something called a trichome, which is this tiny minute sac that's filled with essential oil. And only like 20 to 30% of all plants have this. Some other plants with essential oils that have trichomes are lavender, peppermint. I thought that was really interesting. You would assume it's a flower, so you're getting the oil from the flour, but it's on the leaves. Yeah, that is really interesting. Well, let's move into the oil itself and the different ways that people are using it. Are there any interesting stories you could share about this oil?

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"flora" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"flora" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"The storied legacy of Mercedes Benz is rooted in empowered women who've gone on to show the world what they can accomplish. This July will manica has teamed up with Mercedes Benz to feature women who've charted their own paths and achieved greatness. Join us on this journey as we celebrate women who were driven to pursue their passions. Even if it meant changing course along the way. This month on romantica, we're talking about dynamos. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. This month we're highlighting women who fled dynamic lives that have shifted, evolved, and bloomed. Often later in life. Today's will mannequin cooked for royalty, government officials and business magnets. After decades of working in a kitchen, she immortalized her famed dishes in a beloved cookbook. Please welcome flora may hunter. Flora was born flora Mae Ross on the springhill plantation in Thomas county, Georgia, around 1910. Things were changing in that region, known as the red hills, an area of land spanning southern Georgia and northern Florida. After the Civil War, southern planters and plantation owners in the area were bought out by wealthy northerners looking for winter homes. Plenty of game made the region a prime location for winter hunting. Laura's family was part of a strong African American community in the area. Many of them worked at the former plantations turned hunting retreats. Flora's mother, lassie, worked in the kitchen, and her father, Eddie, was a handyman. They moved across the border to Leon county, Florida, when flora was a baby to work at the sunny hill plantation. There, lassie became head cook. By the time flora was 15, she had joined her mother's profession and began her lifelong study of cooking. Lucy passed down recipes and techniques to flora, the same as her mother had done for her. At 18 years old, flora got a job working as a cook at foxley plantation. She traveled north with her employers on trips to Ohio and Ontario, but she always returned to Florida. In 1933, she married Peter hunter. He worked at the nearby horseshoe plantation, where the couple would continue working for more than 30 years. Horseshoe plantation stretched across more than 12,000 acres. It was particularly busy during fall and winter when northerners came to hunt and spend the cold months in a warmer climate. Flora quickly became known as the best cook in the region. She expertly cooked quail and rice cakes, and she came up with her own recipe, horseshoe eggs, which was a riff on deviled eggs. Every morning, the kitchen offered at least 13 different breakfast items. Flora also created lunch for all the guests different schedules. Warm lunches for those of the plantation and pre packaged lunches for the hunting parties. Flores has been Peter would cook the packaged lunches on an open flame on the hunting grounds. Flora was cooking for her employer's tastes as well as those at the household staff. This helped her master a wide array of recipes, what some historians have come to call culinary code switching. In one cookbook entry, flora served pigtail pulao with fried okra and peach cobbler for the workers. Meanwhile, the guests feasted on turtle soup, pan broiled venison and tapioca pudding. Flora and Peter retired around 1970 to a house near horseshoe. There are flora started to compile her recipes into an all encompassing cookbook. She translated what she cooked from memory into discrete amounts and cooking temperatures. But despite her fame as a cook, publishers weren't interested. And in 1978, she told the local newspaper that she didn't have the means to self publish either. Word got around to thelma Thurston gorham, a professor at Florida a and M university. Thelma took on flora's book as a project, working with a librarian and a graphic artist to edit and illustrate the book. The owner of a small local company took on the challenge of printing it. In 1979, born in the kitchen, plain and fancy plantation fix ends was published. A chronicles the menus and recipes flora created during her time at horseshoe, including staple southern meals and the way she adjusted them for the plantation's guests. The book was meant for cooks of all levels. Some recipes included ready made ingredients from supermarkets. While others instructed readers on how to scale fish. It focused on the kitchen as a place of knowledge and experience where flora offered a lifetime of expertise. As food journalist Tony tipton Martin wrote, flora changed the record of what it meant to be a black cook in the face of the aunt jemima stereotype. In 1988, 9 years after her book's publication, the state of Florida honored flora with the folk heritage award. It was an honor that she never expected. She told the local paper, I've never been so surprised in all my life. Flora died in 2003, she was in her 90s. All month were highlighting the stories of dynamos..

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The Left's Ongoing Indoctrination of Children With Deborah Flora

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | 7 months ago

The Left's Ongoing Indoctrination of Children With Deborah Flora

"I mean, the things that we are projecting onto innocent young children in the name of ideological agendas is inexcusable. You know, some of the students you talked about that we interviewed in our documentary said exactly the opposite, which we know to be true. No child is born a racist. No child is born thinking that someone is better or worse depending on the melon in their skin. That is projected upon them and taught to them. In fact, some of the students that we interviewed that were wonderful in this documentary said, they're losing friends now because they were not even aware of one another's race until it was introduced. So the reality is there's a lot of projection going on. No data to back it up. And you know, I just want to share one story. One of my favorite stories was a young black child and young white child. All it has to do is melon and skin level, where they were probably about 6 years old. And the young toe headed blond boy said he got his hair cut exactly like his friend, who happened to have more melanin because he knew if he did that, his teacher couldn't tell them apart. He did not see color. He simply saw a friend at a human being. Let's face it, CRT is simply the latest permutation of Marx's critical theory critical race theory being the rapper on this one that does one thing. It separates people into groups and pits them against each other. It's time we stop experimenting on our children. Enough is

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Darren Beattie's Initial Reaction to the J6 Inquisition

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Darren Beattie's Initial Reaction to the J6 Inquisition

"Ask you, Darren, your conclusion. We are 30% I can't believe we've got another 60% to go. We are a third of the way through this inquisition. The your reaction to what we've seen already and the alleged blockbuster evidence. Well, I want to comment very briefly about the bar segment because this gets to the larger purpose of the January 6th committee and really the whole false narrative behind January 6th. The broader purpose is to recast Trump supporters as domestic terrorists. But a sub purpose within that is to effectively criminalize any talk about the election and what happened during the election. And to frame any critical discussion of the election as de facto incitement to violence. And in fact, this posture was codified within the now thankfully defunct disinformation governance board that was housed within the Department of Homeland Security that was set up to address disinformation along three dimensions. One was disinformation related to COVID, of course. The second one was disinformation related to what they call irregular migration, which is the latest euphemism for illegal immigration, a subject on which the DHS is failing spectacularly. But the third and perhaps the most important is to address disinformation related to the election. So just as their framing January 6th as an act of domestic terrorism that was incited by what they call the big lie or namely anyone who dares to question the official narrative of the election, they're linking that with domestic terrorism and their mobilizing the Department of Homeland Security to basically act on an implement according to the understanding that anyone who questions the election is engaging in potential incitement to violence.

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Where Is Ray Epps? Revolver News' Darren Beattie Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Where Is Ray Epps? Revolver News' Darren Beattie Explains

"He is the founder. He is the editor of revolver news. Welcome back to Mercer first Darren BT. Great to be back. Thanks for having me, Seth. All right guys, you do real journalism. I want everybody to follow this individual, even if you can't spell growth in dengue in centrist, you need to follow him. It's an in joke, Darren J Beatty. That's. Revolver news. Darren, let's talk about this, I like to call it a circus, but it's darker than that. It's more problematic. It is really an inquisition. It's a witch hunt in western civilization. We have a principle where the accused is allowed to face off with the accuser, they're allowed to provide evidence of their innocence. That's not happening in the January 6th committee. So let's ask some important questions on your Twitter feed, you've got a video posted again and again and again of a certain ray eps, who is a key figure who is talking about storming the capitol the day before the capitol. I don't think he's been sworn in. None of the witnesses have actually sworn an oath before giving their testimony. So could you give us an update on where is Rey Epps, Darren? Well, that's a great question. And it's a great question as to who was he, what was he doing and why do the fed seemingly have zero interest in him? I mean, here is the guy. This is old news at this point, but now that we have the committee revving back up, everyone needs to read our two part series on meat ray Epps and it's so comprehensive. It's so damning it's so overwhelming that I say if you're skeptical or if you know someone that's skeptical about federal involvement in January 6, simply take the revolver news challenge, read these two pieces, but most importantly watch the video that we've compiled and then look me in the eye and tell me that there wasn't a federal involvement in

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Everywhere are rising up. Well, it's a wonderful thing, no small thanks due to you and the other folks behind the film. I want to remind people again, it's whose children are they. You can go to whose children are they dot com. And folks, I really want to push you to see this film and to share about it on social media share this interview. Obviously we post everything on social media and on rumble. If you sign up for my newsletter, Eric my taxes dot com, you'll get this. But it is vital that parents in America wake up and get activated. If you are not involved in this stuff, then in a sense, you're letting it you're letting it happen. And it is a horror. I have to say that part of the only good news Deborah is that things got so bad that it woke some people up and it got people like you to make a film about it. That's absolutely the case. I mean, it's unfortunate and there's many things that we have to do. Right now, if your children are in school, find out if a change can be made. And if not, you may need to pull them out until changes can be made. It's going to take a while for us to get this back. But there's so much that can happen from flipping school boards, which we did in our own school district to helping legislation where the money follows the student, not the system. That helps the most vulnerable amongst us to just getting the word out there. I mean, one of the hardest parts of the movie, Eric, is the sex education portion. If this was rated by the MPAA, this movie would be rated R or worse, just because we show people what are being taught to kids as young as third grade. If that's not enough to wake people up, then we are far gone, but I do really believe it is. And like I said, I prefer from parents from every spectrum that are against this because as you said before, intrinsically we know. Children should be allowed to be children is the purview of the parents to train them the things of, you know, personal development, their worldview and they should not be sexualized or indoctrinated at such a young age. Folks, if this doesn't make you mad, I kind of wonder whether you love your children or your breathing, because this is absolutely at the heart of everything. You should be offended that people would dare would dare do this to your kids. It would be no different than if somebody touches your kid inappropriate. They don't say, well, that's the way things are today. Please go to whose children are they dot com. It is imperative that Americans wake up that they see the film that they share this information, whose children are they dot com, Deborah flora, thank you so much. Thank you so much, Eric. I really appreciate it. And I want to encourage everyone. We can turn this around and protect the instance of our children if we stay awake and take action. So thank you for getting the word out. My pleasure, whose children are they dot com. 'cause I. Love you. Hey folks, a couple of things before we go for the day. Alvin, guess who was on the plane with me flying down here to Palm Beach. Okay, I'm gonna guess. Sylvester Stallone, house hat. Long. Close enough. Brandon Tatum, the officer Tatum. Wow. And I, yeah, somebody sitting next to me who is also flying down here for some Mar-a-Lago event. Was talking to the stewardess about this guy this podcast or conservative guy, whatever and I thought, he's not talking about me. He doesn't know me. Who's he talking about? Brandon Tatum. So I said hello to the officer Tatum. And I'm going to see him tomorrow night. He's going to be at the event, the premiere, the Mar-a-Lago premiere of 2000 mules, tomorrow night. I want to say again, folks, this film is going to change history. Think about what I just said. There's no hyperbole. People are going to see this. They're going to know that the election was stolen. That's going to put you in a tough spot when you know when you really know because you're not going to be afraid to tell people. And then other people are going to see the film and what's going to happen is it's going to make us have a moment in this country where we try to decide. Do we stand for what is right and true and fair elections or don't we? It's a big deal 2000 mules. I'm in the film wearing my green pants. And every time I'm in the film, if you want to play drinking game with the whole family, every time Eric has a line in the film, you got to do a shot of V8. It could be warm V8. It could be chilled V8. That's up to you. We should say, too. This is a Salem produced film, which is really exciting for all of us at work in Salem radio. So it's a great example. And it's on Salem now dot com, whatever. I'm going to go to Las Vegas after this because there's a virtual premiere, this Saturday, the 7th. So I'm going to be there in Las Vegas for that. I want to do everything I can to support this because dinesh is a hero. Now, we should mention a couple of other things I mentioned earlier. We have a really special Socrates in the city event in New York City at the union league club, May 31st, Tuesday, folks. I'm telling you, it is going to be Charlie duke, the man who walked on the moon 50 years ago. He is going to be there. We're going to have a special VIP reception. If you want to meet him and get a photo with him, we're going to have an exclusive patrons dinner afterward. If anybody wants to participate in these things, email us, we have several rooms booked at the union league club if you want to stay in the club overnight, make a night of it or make an extra long weekend of it, whatever you want to do, go to Socrates in the city dot com, but you kind of have to hurry up. I also want to say that we have coming up this whole month. We're trying to raise money for the film premiere, I was just going to mention Alban, we're doing a fundraiser this month. People always say, what can I do? There are many things you can do. One of the things you can do is give to Christian solidarity, international. We partner with them once or twice a year. They are one of the great organizations Christian solidarity international. If you go to metaxas, talk dot com. You'll see the banner. This is to help refugees in the Ukraine. There are 11 million people who've been forced out of their homes because of we know what's going on over there. This is a war, okay? This is aggression on behalf of Putin, who is not exactly George Washington. And so people are suffering, but you can do something about it. And when we exhort you to do something about it, $280 is what it takes to help somebody for an entire month, but whatever you can do, we want to exhort you. You've got to metaxas talk dot com. Click on the banner. It's important. Anybody who can give $10,000, I would love to have dinner with you. Anybody who give any amount, you go into a hat and we pick three winners and you get all kinds of books and all kinds of stuff. You'll get surprised. You'll be blessed. That's metaxas talk dot com and also I want to exhort you to go to Eric metaxas dot com. You can see my schedule. I'm speaking everywhere, we want you to be a prized of it. We don't want you to be surprised, metaxas talk dot com is the radio website and Eric metaxas dot com. It's my website. Please sign up for the newsletter. Thank you very much. Hi, how can I help you today? As a McDonald's employee, you say those words quite often. But how about when you need help? Like consulting a doctor. Hi..

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"As you know, in America, we are in a crisis, actually we're in a series of crises, plural, ES, because so many things are happening at the heart of it all is not just an un American, but an anti American ideology that is hostile to the view of the founders, hostile, to most Americans, but most of us are too busy living our lives to know what is happening, which is why I'm so excited that there are people like my guest right now, Deborah flora, making films and getting the word out about what is happening. Deborah, welcome back. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be back with you. I really appreciate it. Look, thrilled to have you and thrilled to get the word out about the film. I want to tell people right out of the gate. It's whose children are they. You can find it at Salem now dot com where you can find a ton of great films, Salem now dot com. We'll just go to whose children are they dot com. How is it Deborah? Because you're behind this film and you're an expert on this at this point, how did it come to be? That teachers unions became radical leftists. When did it happen that they were anything but a teacher's union. They're worried about the wages are worried about teachers being treated fairly. When did they become a politically activist organization at war with the parents of the kids they're supposed to be teaching? You know, Eric, that's such an important question because the reality is this movie is pro teacher pro parent pro student, which used to be the golden triangle of education. But what got right in the middle of it are teachers unions, which don't represent teachers. In fact, they bullied them most of the time. And our documentary interviews a lot of break teachers willing to stand up. But it's been a long road getting here. I mean, the reality is John Dewey, the father of modern education in the 20s. He was an honorary president of the teachers union, and his agenda was Soviet style school. So they had gone that way for a long time. Teachers unions now, many of them refer to parents as barriers or dissenters trying to push us outside. They bully teachers into submission. And really, their goal, there was a past president when the teachers unions who said, you know, when students start paying dues, we'll represent students, but they don't, so we don't care about the students. So that's a reality. There are power structure with ideological partners, and we can do C from plummeting academics. Their goal is not the advancement of education. It is the advancement of indoctrination and ideology. So it's been a long road, but we haven't had David Horowitz in the movie. And when he was a child, he marched with the May Day parade with the Communist Party in marching right along where the teachers unions, I believe that was in the 30s or 40s. So it's been going up for quite a while. Well, you know, it's hard for us to believe, really, that stalinism was a thing in America, but I think we have to be honest and say that as bad as it was then, you could plead ignorance. You could say that whether it's lily and hillman or whoever they were, who were devotees of the stalinist communist way of life, they didn't know most of them the horror of it. We now know we now know the satanic evil of the Soviet Union and what they were pushing, but the idea that these ideas have gone underground and now we're facing cultural Marxism wherever we go. And a lot of parents, as you said earlier, during COVID, they kind of woke up. They kind of saw what their kids are getting and you thought, wait a minute. I'm paying taxes. So that my kids can go to this school and they're being taught this. This is not my will for my kid. It's supposed to be in loco parentis. Why are they teaching things antithetical to how I want to raise my kids? And where do they get the idea that that would be okay? So obviously in the film, you're kind of waking people up. Without a doubt. I mean, this has happened because it was in the dark. I mean, parents are busy, many of them working two jobs, they're busy with after school activities, taking care of their kids. But what happened during COVID probably the only silver lining was the reality that parents saw firsthand what was actually being taught to their students. I mean, when you have a school district in Tennessee that ask parents to sign a waiver so they won't observe what their children are being taught. You realize that this has become an existential threat. I do believe, however, that this is the hope for our country. It's the hope for our children. Because parents, when you wake them up, they're not going back to sleep. And let's be clear, this is, it doesn't matter if you're a Democrat or a Republican, you're a mom and a dad first. The only ones who don't agree with this agenda are those who are so far extreme on that Marxist ideology that the children belong to this state, and the state has the right to train them on everything, including a worldview. That's not the role of the schools. It is academics. It is education, not indoctrination. And so I'm encouraged because parents.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"On Salem now, dot com right now. There is a film that I highly recommend that you watch. It is called whose children are they. That's what we call a rhetorical question. They're your children. But I have one of the producers, makers of the film, parents united founder Deborah, flora, as my guest to discuss the film, welcome. Thank you so much, Eric. It's great to be here with you and I really appreciate your help and get the word out. Well, listen, we got to get the word out because this is extremely important. I'm just doing a little radio program. You were part of making a film. So tell us the story, Deborah, because the question whose children are they, it kind of says it all. We all remember the nightmare of the level of ignorance that the man running for governor in Virginia that he dared out of his mouth say something as nakedly preposterous as we can't let parents get involved in what their kids are and you thought to yourself, what? That's like, that's like right out of communism. It just doesn't even, it's not even possible that Americans would think that much less would run for office and would come out of their mouth. So whose children are they obviously, we know the answer, but we need to look into this. So you made a film, so what led you to make this film and congratulations. Thank you so much, Eric. You know, you hit the nail in the head. The title whose children are they really is about this intersection that we're facing right now between Marxism and freedom founded on our judeo Christian principles, what everyone intrinsically knows versus the Marxist idea when he said that from the moment a child could be without their mother's care, they'll be in the care of the state. That's what's being reflected, both in their Virginia governor, McAuliffe, and his conversation about that, but also what's going on in our school system. So how this came about is about three and a half years ago, I founded parents you're not in America because I was one of many parents that got my dander up when I realized they were shoving comprehensive sex Ed through. We testified against it. I helped introduce sex Ed curriculum transparency legislation. It went to the kill committee. And what we realized. And my background is also as a filmmaker, is what we needed to do was to drag this all into the light. Do you have an awakening for parents? And that began to happen during COVID, but we'd already been working on this project. And you know, Eric, you're such a student of history. You know that many movements never reach the tipping point. Many movements get to a point and then they just dissipate. We made this documentary because we want to make sure that this parent uprising reaches the tipping point where real change happens and that comes from parents and grandparents concerned citizens knowing what is actually going on in our schools. Well, that's a very, very well put. The website for you, parents united America, is that it? Well, it is, as parents and I, America dot org, but where I encourage everyone to go to is whose children are they dot com. And they'll take you to the sea on screen because this is what I've been working on now for two years with parent Schneider America as well as helping flip school boards and get the word out in other ways also. Well, I just want to say, from the bottom of my heart, Deborah, how much it means to me that you and those with you are working on this. This is a battle for the soul of America. There is no hyperbole in that. It is not less than, as I said earlier, astonishing that we could come to a place. You know, it's one thing for a callow AOC to mouth off some preposterous Marxist idea. But for somebody like Terry McAuliffe, who was a stalwart in the party with the clintons going back decades, for someone to reach that level where they could be governor of a major state and be so ignorant of the basics. It's like saying, who's to say if one plus one is two or three, you would say, excuse me? No one, no one questions that. How can you question that? And by the way, who are you? And then we find out, oh, you're running for governor of the state. It's just one of those things where, as you say, it's a tipping point, or it needs to be a tipping point because you can not have an America if people in America don't understand the basics. The basics are the parents get to teach their kids..

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"All right, now we get to the films. There's two films out. One is whose children are they. That talks about, I mean, again, it's amazing where we are in America, but the good news is that people are waking up and people are making films to help us understand what's going on. So the film whose children are they deals with this kind of communist takeover of our kids that the very idea that there are people in leadership in America who think I get to teach your kids what I want. I don't care what you think mister parent. Like you have no voice and you're thinking, wait a minute, I could have lived in East Germany 50 years ago and where they had that kind of attitude toward children and toward parents. But in America, so if you want to see that, well, go to Salem now dot com anyway because there's a ton of good stuff there. Salem. Now dot com whose children are they. Salem now dot com, I believe eventually will carry 2000 mules. I don't think that they do now. Yeah, they only carry a thousand of them. There's only a full boat. If you want to see 2000 mules and who doesn't, seriously, you want to go to 2000 mules dot com. I've got to tell you folks, it's hard for me not to get emotional because this is, you know, I always say, if this is true, well, now I know it's true. I mean, I've known it's true, but the more you see the more clear it becomes. And so then the question is, at what point, what's the tipping point? At what point did people have to say, oh yeah, Galileo was right. At what point did it finally get to where they could no longer say shut up, don't ever talk about that. At what point does the truth come out? The truth is coming out, but it's vital for us to do our part in getting the truth out. So I want to ask you to go to 2000 mules dot com. I am in the film, but that's not why I'm telling you to go see it. I also want to tell you, finally, folks, there's all kinds of stuff we can not share on this program, sometimes for legal reasons. So please sign up for my web at my website for the newsletter, Eric metaxas dot com. It'll tell you where I am where you can come see me and we hope you'll sign up for the newsletter, Eric metaxas dot com. Please.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Well, it's a wonderful thing, no small thanks due to you and the other folks behind the film. I want to remind people again, it's whose children are they. You can go to whose children are they dot com. And folks, I really want to push you to see this film and to share about it on social media share this interview, obviously we post everything on social media and on rumble, if you sign up for my newsletter, Eric metaxas dot com, you'll get this. But it is vital that parents in America wake up and get activated. If you are not involved in this stuff, then in a sense, you're letting it you're letting it happen. And it is a horror. I have to say that part of the only good news Deborah is that things got so bad that it woke some people up and it got people like you to make a film about it. That's absolutely the case. I mean, it's unfortunate and there's many things that we have to do. Right now, if your children are in school, find out if a change can be made, and if not, you may need to pull them out until changes can be made. It's going to take a while for us to get this back. But there's so much that can happen from flipping school boards, which we did in our own school district to helping legislation where the money follows the student, not the system. That helps the most vulnerable amongst us to just getting the word out there. I mean, one of the hardest parts of the movie, Eric, is the sex education portion. If this was rated by the MPAA, this movie would be rated R or worse, just because we show people what are being taught to kids as young as third grade. If that's not enough to wake people up, then we are far gone, but I do really believe it is. And like I said, I prefer from parents from every spectrum that are against this because as you said before, intrinsically we know children should be allowed to be children is the purview of the parents to train them in the things of personal development, their worldview and they should not be sexualized or indoctrinated at such a young age. Folks, if this doesn't make you mad, I kind of wonder whether you love your children or your breathing because this is absolutely at the heart of everything. You should be offended that people would dare would dare do this to your kids. It would be no different than if somebody touches your kid inappropriate. They don't say, well, that's the way things are today. Please go to whose children are they dot com. It is imperative that Americans wake up that they see the film that they share this information, whose children are they dot com, Deborah flora, thank you so much. Thank you so much, Eric. I really appreciate it, and I want to encourage everyone. We can turn this around and protect the instance of our children. If we stay awake and take action. So thank you for getting the word out. My pleasure, whose children are they dot com. Tell me what is wrong 'cause I. Know Alvin, we have a bit important announcement to make. Oh, we do. Yes, it is. I mean, it actually is important. One of our sponsors is nutrimetics dot com. This month only the month is almost done, folks. This month only they decided special introductory offer if you use the code Eric, you get 30% off of everything on the website. That is huge. It was a big deal when they said we're going to do 25% for one week or something like that. They said, we're going to do it for the whole month. As an introductory thing. So if you're not familiar with their products and you want to try them at a ridiculously low price, you use the code Eric, but it has to be in April 2022. That's right. That's right now. Right now. But it's going to be gone soon, pretty soon it'll be May 2022. And then when you put in the code Eric, you get the 20% not the 30%. So I want to encourage you if you need a melatonin, or you need magnesium, or you need zinc, vitamin C, all this vitamin D or C, I take this stuff every single day. So does Ann and I and the reason we do that is because we are now aware that you want your immune system to be very healthy. Right? You don't have to get weird injection. We're staying healthy over here. So that's the goal. So if you go to neutral medics dot com. But this is only this month, folks. Only this month, 30 percent off. We should also mention a couple of other things while we're on the subject. If you use the code Eric at my store dot com, the bond hoffer posters will blow your mind. If you don't have one of those, I don't know, I don't know what to tell you. They're absolutely gorgeous. They're like the paper stock, the print of everything is gorgeous. It's a bun offer poster to silence in the face of evil, is itself evil, not to speak is to speak, not that. And if you don't have that poster look in the mirror and say, what kind of American am I? Yes, and if you don't have that poster, you're being silent in the face of evil itself. Do you understand? Do you understand what I'm saying? So you go to my store dot com or my pillow dot com use the code, Eric..

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric. Hey, folks, welcome back. As you know, in America, we are in a crisis, actually we're in a series of crises, plural, ES, because so many things are happening at the heart of it all is not just an un American, but an anti American ideology that is hostile to the view of the founders, hostile, to most Americans, but most of us are too busy living our lives to know what is happening, which is why I'm so excited that there are people like my guest right now, Deborah flora, making films and getting the word out about what is happening. Deborah, welcome back. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be back with you. I really appreciate it. Look, thrilled to have you and thrilled to get the word out about the film. I want to tell people right out of the gate. It's whose children are they. You can find it at Salem now dot com where you can find a ton of great films, Salem now dot com. We'll just go to whose children are they dot com. How is it, Deborah? Because you're behind this film and you're an expert on this at this point, how did it come to be? That teachers unions became radical leftists. When did it happen that they were anything but a teacher's union and worried about the wages are worried about teachers being treated fairly? When did they become a politically activist organization at war with the parents of the kids they're supposed to be teaching? You know, Eric, that's such an important question because the reality is this movie is pro teacher pro parent pro student, which used to be the golden triangle of education. But what got right in the middle of their teachers unions, which you don't represent teachers in fact, they bullied them most of the time. And our documentary interviews a lot of break teachers willing to stand up. But it's been a long road getting here. I mean, the reality is John Dewey, the father of modern education in the 20s. He was an honorary president of the teachers union, and his agenda was Soviet style school. So they had gone that way for a long time. Teachers unions now, many of them refer to parents as barriers or dissenters trying to push us outside. They bully teachers into submission. And really, their goal, there was a past president when the teachers unions who said, you know, when students start paying dues, we'll represent students, but they don't. So we don't care about the students. So that's a reality. There are power structure with ideological partners, and we can see from plummeting academics. Their goal is not the advancement of education. It is the advancement of indoctrination and ideology. So it's been a long road, but we haven't had David Horowitz in the movie. And when he was a child, he marched with the May Day parade with the Communist Party in marching right along where the teachers unions, I believe that was in the 30s or 40s. So it's been going on for quite a while. Well, you know, it's hard for us to believe, really, that stalinism was a thing in America, but I think we have to be honest and say that as bad as it was then, you could plead ignorance. You could say that whether it's lily and hillman or whoever they were, who were devotees of the stalinist communist way of life, they didn't know most of them the horror of it. We now know we now know the satanic evil of the Soviet Union and what they were pushing, but the idea that these ideas have gone underground and now we're facing cultural Marxism wherever we go. And a lot of parents, as you said earlier, during COVID, they kind of woke up. They kind of saw what their kids are getting and you thought, wait a minute. I'm paying taxes. So that my kids can go to this school and they're being taught this. This is not my will for my kid. It's supposed to be in loco parentis. Why are they teaching things antithetical to how I want to raise my kids? And where do they get the idea that that would be okay? So obviously in the film, you're kind of waking people up. Without a doubt. I mean, this has happened because it was in the dark. I mean, parents are busy, many of them working to jobs, they're busy with after school activities, taking care of their kids. But what happened during COVID probably the only silver lining was the reality that parents saw firsthand what was actually being taught to their students. I mean, when you have a school district in Tennessee that ask parents to sign a waiver so they won't observe what their children are being taught. You realize that this has become an existential threat. I do believe, however, that this is the hope for our country. It is the hope for our children. Because parents, when you wake them up, they're not going back to sleep. And let's be clear, this is, it doesn't matter if you're a Democrat or Republican. You're a mom and a dad first. The only ones who don't agree with this agenda are those who are so far extreme on that Marxist ideology that the children belong to this state, and the state has the right to train them on everything, including a worldview. That's not the role of the schools. It is academics. It is education, not indoctrination. And so I'm encouraged because parents everywhere are rising up..

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Deborah Flora Discusses Her New Film 'Whose Children Are They?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 9 months ago

Deborah Flora Discusses Her New Film 'Whose Children Are They?'

"I'm so excited that there are people like my guest right now, Deborah flora, making films and getting the word out about what is happening. Deborah, welcome back. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be back with you. I really appreciate it. Look, thrilled to have you and thrilled to get the word out about the film. I want to tell people right out of the gate. It's whose children are they. You can find it at Salem now dot com where you can find a ton of great films, Salem now dot com. We'll just go to whose children are they dot com. How is it, Deborah? Because you're behind this film and you're an expert on this at this point, how did it come to be? That teachers unions became radical leftists. When did it happen that they were anything but a teacher's union and worried about the wages are worried about teachers being treated fairly? When did they become a politically activist organization at war with the parents of the kids they're supposed to be teaching? You know, Eric, that's such an important question because the reality is this movie is pro teacher pro parent pro student, which used to be the golden triangle of education. But what got right in the middle of their teachers unions, which you don't represent teachers in fact, they bullied them most of the time. And our documentary interviews a lot of break teachers willing to stand up. But it's been a long road getting here. I mean, the reality is John Dewey, the father of modern education in the 20s. He was an honorary president of the teachers union, and his agenda was Soviet style school. So they had gone that way for a long time. Teachers unions now, many of them refer to parents as barriers or dissenters trying to push us outside. They bully teachers into submission. And really, their goal, there was a past president when the teachers unions who said, you know, when students start paying dues, we'll represent students, but they don't. So we don't care about the students.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's hard for us to believe, really, that stalinism was a thing in America, but I think we have to be honest and say that as bad as it was then, you could plead ignorance. You could say that whether it's lily and hillman or whoever they were, who were devotees of the stalinist communist way of life, they didn't know most of them the horror of it. We now know we now know the satanic evil of the Soviet Union and what they were pushing, but the idea that these ideas have gone underground and now we're facing cultural Marxism wherever we go. And a lot of parents, as you said earlier, during COVID, they kind of woke up. They kind of saw what their kids are getting and you thought, wait a minute. I'm paying taxes. So that my kids can go to this school and they're being taught this. This is not my will for my kid. It's supposed to be in loco parentis. Why are they teaching things antithetical to how I want to raise my kids? And where do they get the idea that that would be okay? So obviously in the film, you're kind of waking people up. Without a doubt. I mean, this has happened because it was in the dark. I mean, parents are busy, many of them working to jobs, they're busy with after school activities, taking care of their kids. But what happened during COVID probably the only silver lining was the reality that parents saw firsthand what was actually being taught to their students. I mean, when you have a school district in Tennessee that ask parents to sign a waiver so they won't observe what their children are being taught. You realize that this has become an existential threat. I do believe, however, that this is the hope for our country. It is the hope for our children. Because parents, when you wake them up, they're not going back to

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Deborah Flora and Eric Chat About Marxism and Parents 'Waking Up'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 9 months ago

Deborah Flora and Eric Chat About Marxism and Parents 'Waking Up'

"It's hard for us to believe, really, that stalinism was a thing in America, but I think we have to be honest and say that as bad as it was then, you could plead ignorance. You could say that whether it's lily and hillman or whoever they were, who were devotees of the stalinist communist way of life, they didn't know most of them the horror of it. We now know we now know the satanic evil of the Soviet Union and what they were pushing, but the idea that these ideas have gone underground and now we're facing cultural Marxism wherever we go. And a lot of parents, as you said earlier, during COVID, they kind of woke up. They kind of saw what their kids are getting and you thought, wait a minute. I'm paying taxes. So that my kids can go to this school and they're being taught this. This is not my will for my kid. It's supposed to be in loco parentis. Why are they teaching things antithetical to how I want to raise my kids? And where do they get the idea that that would be okay? So obviously in the film, you're kind of waking people up. Without a doubt. I mean, this has happened because it was in the dark. I mean, parents are busy, many of them working to jobs, they're busy with after school activities, taking care of their kids. But what happened during COVID probably the only silver lining was the reality that parents saw firsthand what was actually being taught to their students. I mean, when you have a school district in Tennessee that ask parents to sign a waiver so they won't observe what their children are being taught. You realize that this has become an existential threat. I do believe, however, that this is the hope for our country. It is the hope for our children. Because parents, when you wake them up, they're not going back to

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's a very, very well put. The website for you, parents united America, is that it? Well, it is, as parents and I and America dot org, but where I encourage everyone to go to is whose children are they dot com. And that will take you to the sound screen because this is what I've been working on now for two years with parents Schneider America, as well as helping flip school boards and get the word out in other ways also. Well, I just want to say, from the bottom of my heart, Deborah, how much it means to me that you and those with you are working on this. This is a battle for the soul of America. There is no hyperbole in that. It is not less than, as I said earlier, astonishing that we could come to a place. You know, it's one thing for a callow AOC to mouth off some preposterous Marxist idea. But for somebody like Terry McAuliffe, who, you know, was a stalwart in the party with the clintons going back decades for someone to reach that level where they could be governor of a major state and be so ignorant of the basics. It's like saying, who's to say if one plus one is two or three, you would say, excuse me? No one, no one questions that. How can you question that? And by the way, who are you? And then we find out, oh, you're running for governor of the state. It's just one of those things where, as you say, it's a tipping point or it needs to be a tipping point because you can not have an America if people in America don't understand the basics. The basics are the parents get to teach their kids. And I mean, I think so in the film because I want to interview you for a second segment, but we'll just probably be able to air this one today. What will people see in this film if they go to Salem now dot com and look at whose children are they? Yes, absolutely. So what they're going to see is a comprehensive expose that ties everything together for too long. Many people think, oh, it's just one story in Oregon about eliminating standards or it's a story over here about sex education or another story in another city about gender fluid eating kindergarten or the CRT. What we chose to do because we knew that it is a systemic issue. The right use of the word systemic, by the way, that this is going on in all of these areas in our schools. And it is comprehensive. And those who are behind it actually are the teachers unions and their ideological partners. This has been going on for a long time ever since John Dewey, the father of modern education in the 20s, who was an honorary president of the teachers union. He helped form many of the teachers colleges. And he was a fan of the Soviet style education. He was a communist. So this has been a long march in this direction. And we tie it all together so people who want to know, it's not just one thing. It is all connected. And then we talk about what we can do about it. Because there's so much we can do. And honestly, it will take a lot less to flip this around because the most passionate stakeholders in this parents, grandparents concerned citizens will stand up and not go back to sleep. We've got folks, if you don't get involved, it's on you. This is absolutely crucial. Please go to whose children are they dot com, whose children are they dot com and we'll talk to Deborah more.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. Hey there folks, you often hear me say, you know, what I'm watching, is there anything worth watching? Is there a film out there? And you also hear me talk a lot lately because I'm on the Salem radio network about Salem now dot com. Well, on Salem now, dot com right now. There is a film that I highly recommend that you watch. It is called whose children are they. That's what we call a rhetorical question. They're your children. But I have one of the producers, makers of the film, parents united founder Deborah, flora, as my guest to discuss the film, welcome. Thank you so much, Eric. It's great to be here with you and I really appreciate your help and get the word out. Well, listen, we got to get the word out because this is extremely important. I'm just doing a little radio program. You were part of making a film. So tell us the story, Deborah, because the question whose children are they, it kind of says it all. We all remember the nightmare of the level of ignorance that the man running for governor in Virginia that he dared out of his mouth say something as nakedly preposterous as we can't let parents get involved in what their kids are and you thought to yourself, what? That's like, that's like right out of communism. It just doesn't even, it's not even possible that Americans would think that much less would run for office and would come out of their mouth. So whose children are they obviously, we know the answer, but we need to look into this. So you made a film, so what led you to make this film and congratulations. Thank you so much, Eric. You know, you hit the nail in the head. The title whose children are they really is about this intersection that we're facing right now between Marxism and freedom. You know, founded on our judeo Christian principles, what everyone intrinsically knows. Versus the Marxist idea when he said that from the moment a child could be without their mother's care, they'll be in the care of the state. That's what's being reflected, both in their Virginia governor, Macaulay, and his conversation about that, but also what's going on in our school system. So how this came about is about three and a half years ago, I founded parents united in America because I was one of many parents that got my dander up when I realized they were shoving comprehensive sex Ed through. We testified against it. I helped introduce sex Ed curriculum transparency legislation. It went to the kill committee. And what we realized. And my background is also a filmmaker, is what we needed to do was to drag this all into the light. Do have an awakening for parents. And that began to happen during COVID, but we'd already been working on this project. And you know, Eric, you're such a student of history. You know that many movements never reach the tipping point. Many movements get to a point and then they just dissipate. We made this documentary because we want to make sure that this parent uprising reaches the tipping point where real change happens and that comes from parents and grandparents concerned citizens knowing what is actually going on in our schools. Well,.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Entirely. I'm talking folks to the author of unmuzzled JS Shelton, Josh McCall says every man should read this book. This really, you know, our thought lives, that's not something we can escape from. And so this is really central. And I think you're right that what happens is that if people struggle in this area, it causes them to kind of have this guilt that keeps them muzzled as you were saying. And this is, it's just really powerful. We've just got about a minute left Jeremy. What else do we need to know about this subject? The book is un muzzled. Yeah. I'd like to speak to the leaders of churches all over the world, there should be an alarm going off a fire alarm going off, and we need to get together. And we need to admit sin. You know, Eric, I think most men are struggling in the church because most pastors and leaders in the church are struggling. And you just can't give what you don't have. If you are not conquering this sin and living a pure lifestyle, how can you teach others to do that? And there's hidden sin all over the world in churches and it's becoming more of a pandemic than we've ever seen in our entire lifetime. Well, it's extraordinarily important. And I do think that, you know, to be a genuinely manly man, you need to be sexually continent. You need to be somebody that respects women the way God wants us too. That's what it is to be a real man. So there's a lot here. I'm sorry we're out of time, but JS Shelton, congratulations on the book un muzzled, very important subject. Thank you. God bless you. Thank you, Eric. Well, I'm thinking about time I'm just moving along you forget about me after I been gone. And I take what I find in case you haven't been paying attention. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation, that's the last thing we need. Our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement, no matter what happens, you own your gold. It is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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06:44 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What do you mean? Every form of sexual temptation in your life, we are called biblically to stay away from it. That means the movies you watch, the commercials you watch, the music you listen to, the venues you go to, I mean, Eric today, you can't go to some venues without being sexually tempted. I mean, I'll take it even into the church. You can't go to some churches without the way the women dress there without being tempted. Tremendous lack of wisdom I have to say, the older I get, the more I see, just tremendous lack of wisdom and discernment on the part of all kinds of people. And it's not just women because if you're married to someone, it might be his role to say, honey, you know what? I don't think you should wear that. Now, it's interesting because that's what we're supposed to do in marriage for each other. We're supposed to have each other's backs, we're supposed to do that if we're parents for our kids, like, no, no, no, you don't understand. And they may not understand, but you're expressing something because you want to help them because you care about them. And it really is interesting. You're right, there's some churches where I walk in and I go, where is the wisdom? Like these might be good people, but they lack wisdom in this area. It's just obvious kind of. Correct. I mean, proverbs 5 8 says this. Stay away from her doorstep. It's talking about the doorstep of a harlot because in the biblical days, if you went into the public square, you knew who the harlot was because she stood at her doorstep and she was adorned. All the other women were covered up. And so we are just so ignorant today in our world. I mean, the Bible says the world hates us. I'm not preaching to the world. If you're an unbeliever listening, I hope you'll at least picked up the word, maybe pick up this book and see what it has to say, but I'm preaching to believers. Well, it's interesting because I really do think that, again, there are churches that get this and there are other churches that don't get this. But part of the problem that we're living in right now is we're living in a time where many in the church are obsessed with being hip with being cool, I mean, it just makes me want to gag because it's so stupid. It's like 5th grade. But and you understand that can come from a good place. I understand that idea, but at the same time, the real problem is the opposite. In other words, the problem is not legalism, like everybody in our churches, the women are wearing bonnets, and it's like we're acting as though that's the issue. And we need to push against it. But in fact, as time has passed just the opposite is true. Correct. I mean, I'll say it again. We are witnessing real time right now, one of the biggest churches in the world, that was their angle. Let's be an act like the world to attract people. And now we just had Brian Houston, the senior pastor of Hillsong stepped down over sexual allegations. I'm not really on what happened there. So I have to plead ignorance because half the time I'm trying to avoid news, but we know that that happened in New York City a few years ago with the head of Hillsong here. Correct. And you're saying that that kind of comes out of a culture where the church is genuinely being worldly. Maybe they don't set out that way, but that's what it ends up being. And then the fruit is this brokenness. Yeah, I mean, it's what diedrich Bond Hoff first called cheap grace. Or grace without Jesus Christ. We have so misunderstood the blood of Jesus Christ and the grace that comes from that. We misuse it and misappropriate it to excuse our lifestyle so we can just live it up in this world. We've taken the word blessed and confused it for wealth. You know, if you're wealthy and you're doing good and everything's just going great in your life, well, God's favor is upon you. And why that may be true, we have gotten so far away from the actual blood of Jesus Christ and the grace that comes from that. Grace is not there to excuse us. It's there to empower us and transform us. So when we talk about we only have a few minutes left, and I want to make sure we get to this. So the first thing is to get away from anything that can cause you to stumble, which seems like common sense, but it's clear most people aren't doing that they're not taking that debt seriously. So that's the first thing. What else can men do? Yeah, the other biblical directive, most Christians will recognize it. And it's flee. If you get near a fire or you are approaching or being pulled into a fire, it's just a knee jerk reaction that we're supposed to have to stay away from it. But if we're getting it, we're supposed to run from it. And that's what the Bible tells us. If you find yourself in temptation, run, flee away from it. Because it's like a ticking time bomb. You only have seconds before your flesh is penetrated. And he goes back to first Corinthian 6 18. It's the only sin in the Bible that's against our flesh. Say more about that. Yeah. First Corinthian 6 18, every cinnamon commits is outside the body. But he who commits sexual immorality is against his own flesh. And if you study it, it's a self incapacitating sin. It's almost like sinking and quicksand. You know, it's why men who glance at a woman jogging by or in an airport and admire her beauty end up tripping all over themselves in pornography a day or two later or that night because you allow that lust to penetrate your flesh and then you wonder why you can't get free from your temptation or you end up doing something outside your marriage bed that you shouldn't do. It's because the Bible tells us it's against our flesh and it's like a fiery dark Eric if you let it hit you that lust infiltrates and takes over you.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Tell me, Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of before ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert netze, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things. Go to inspire insight, dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com, go there. Make like a mister milk toast you'll get shut out. Make like a Volkswagen back. I'm talking to the author JS Shelton. He lets me call him Jeremy of a book called un muzzle, escaping sexual sin, Satan's grip on men. So the question Jeremy is how. And you said the first thing is avoidance. In other words, if you are putting yourself in a place where you're being tempted, you're already going to lose. You need to be, you need to figure out a way practically speaking. I said before it's kind of like with quitting cigarettes. If you have a problem with alcohol, you don't hang around with people drinking alcohol. If you have a problem with alcohol, you don't go to a bar and say, but I'm not going to drink tonight. You have to be really proactive. And I guess you're saying that a lot of people don't seem to understand that. What we don't, we've been lied to as believers by leaders and pastors that we're supposed to be healed from this, that if you're sexually immoral, you need physical healing. And it's possible that you can live this live on this earth is temptation proof. Nowhere in the Bible is that true. And then we're lied to that say, oh, man, you need to get an accountability group. You know, once you get accountability, you'll be healed. You talk to any man who's maintained a long-term accountability partner. And you'll find they continue to struggle with sexual temptation and sin. They confuse their confession for sin for freedom from sin. And so when you talk about finding a way to stay away from it, that's the biblical directive, Eric and today's world, you're going to get persecuted for staying away the way we're called to stay away. Okay, how we call the stay away..

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Why Did J.S. Shelton Title His Latest Book 'Unmuzzled'?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 9 months ago

Why Did J.S. Shelton Title His Latest Book 'Unmuzzled'?

"On muzzled. Why is the book titled unmuzzled? Yeah, I started noticing that men were passive in the church. You know, if we are sons of the creator, the high king, why are men so passive? Why are Christian men so passive in the church and leadership? Why are men's ministries so weak? A lot of churches don't even have a men's ministry. And I started realizing that men that are in sexual sin are muzzled. And the muzzle is an imagery where you can't cry out to the lord when you're in sexual bondage. You can't pick up the Bible and eat the spiritual food it has. If your muzzled and you definitely can't as a pastor or a leader, go call it out on another man, if you're muzzled. And I related to the three reasons you'd muzzle a dog. You preventing it, you're preventing it from eating. People muzzled dogs to prevent it from eating sometimes. Maybe it has an operation coming up and they can't eat. And you can't eat the spiritual food in the Bible. You can't bark, you know? The enemy muzzles us to keep us from barking or praising our wives or being in the spiritual leader of our home, and you definitely can't bite. You can't go out and grab hold of another man who is heading toward the slaughter.

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And okay, so yeah, so this is, this is such a big topic. So what is your, you know, how do we start? How do we start talking about this? Yeah. So when I would go to church, I thought I was the only guy struggling as a young man as an adult and into my marriage, I thought I was the only guy that's in church, praising the lord, studying the Bible that we're struggling until I started asking around and I realized most men are struggling. And so that's what led me to write the book. And I think we want to be honest too here. The lie that we shouldn't be struggling with sin that we are broken. The only question is details. How broken in what way are you broken? Some people struggle with same sex attraction. Some people God forbid are attracted to children. Some people are, I mean, everybody has some level of brokenness. And we need to be honest about that. And it's one of the reasons I wanted to have you on Jeremy is because it's important that we're honest about this. We are all messed up. If you don't get that, you don't get the good news of Jesus Christ. You miss it. If you somehow think that we're not dealing with this. But. Where did you go from there? In other words, now you understand, okay, I'm not the only one. There are a lot of people dealing with this. Okay. So I'm normal in being broken, but I'm supposed to be a Christian. I'm supposed to God is supposed to create a way for me to overcome my brokenness, to heal my brokenness. Yes. And so where did I go from there? I did everything that church would put forward. All the freedom ministry, the healing options, the accountability, and I realized none of it was working until I went to the word and started reading the word genesis to revelation. And that's where I discovered one of the biggest downfalls of these great men in the Bible that we read about was sexual immorality. And so I went through the word and said, well, God, are we just supposed to deal with this? In cope with it, the rest of our lives, or do you actually call us to conquer this? And I started asking around and I realized not many people were conquering it. They were more coping with it. And so as I dug into the word Eric, I found that God actually expects us to be pure. And you look at the word purity, I mean, that means perfection. And so I went on a mission. I'm either going to believe in this book and sell out to it the Bible, or I'm not. And that's where I was. And that's where the message of un muzzled came from. There is a message in the Bible that is plain as day that God expects us to conquer and he gives us the directives to do so. And what's sad is the church today is side skirting it is shoving it under the rug. I mean, look at what is in our news today right now on sexual scandal.

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"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"flora" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm excited right now because I get to talk to Jeremy Shelton. He goes by JS Shelton. He's written a book titled. Are you ready? Unmuzzled, escaping sexual sin, Satan's grip on men, Josh McDowell, whom I revere says every man should read this book. Every man, including Leah Thomas, and here's my guest, Jeremy. Jeremy, welcome to the program. Hey, glad to be here, Eric. Okay, so we got to go to the beginning. There are very few topics that are more important that are more central to human life than what you write about in this book. What was it that led you to write this book in particular? Yeah, Eric, that was my struggle. I struggled with sexual morality most of my young life. See, that's where we differ. I never had a problem in that area. Now, listen, most men, this is where we are. We live in an age suffused in sexual imagery. We're living in an ugly time, and so the reason I'm glad you wrote the book is because everybody's trying to figure out how do I deal with this. And so you, first of all, you experienced it. So I guess that's what you mean. Right. And it was my struggle all the way up into my marriage, but I was a believer. I was a God fearing man, and I still struggled with it. And so I went on a mission to find out what the Bible actually says on how we conquer this.

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Every Man Should Read J.S. Shelton's 'Unmuzzled: Escaping Sexual Sin'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 9 months ago

Every Man Should Read J.S. Shelton's 'Unmuzzled: Escaping Sexual Sin'

"I'm excited right now because I get to talk to Jeremy Shelton. He goes by JS Shelton. He's written a book titled. Are you ready? Unmuzzled, escaping sexual sin, Satan's grip on men, Josh McDowell, whom I revere says every man should read this book. Every man, including Leah Thomas, and here's my guest, Jeremy. Jeremy, welcome to the program. Hey, glad to be here, Eric. Okay, so we got to go to the beginning. There are very few topics that are more important that are more central to human life than what you write about in this book. What was it that led you to write this book in particular? Yeah, Eric, that was my struggle. I struggled with sexual morality most of my young life. See, that's where we differ. I never had a problem in that area. Now, listen, most men, this is where we are. We live in an age suffused in sexual imagery. We're living in an ugly time, and so the reason I'm glad you wrote the book is because everybody's trying to figure out how do I deal with this. And so you, first of all, you experienced it. So I guess that's what you mean. Right. And it was my struggle all the way up into my marriage, but I was a believer. I was a God fearing man, and I still struggled with it. And so I went on a mission to find out what the Bible actually says on how we conquer this.

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Deborah Flora Talks About New Documentary 'Who's Children Are They'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Deborah Flora Talks About New Documentary 'Who's Children Are They'

"Deborah flora joins us. She is one of the producers of the new Salem dot com. Salem now dot com movie whose children are they Deborah. Welcome, how are you? I'm doing great, cute. Thank you so much for having us on the show. I appreciate it. My pleasure, obviously, whose children are they is very relevant given the debate in Florida. Tell us what whose children are they is about and where people can see it, how long it is and what the message is. You got it absolutely. Well, we made whose children are they because we needed to put together a comprehensive expose what is going on in schools because parents will hear something maybe a story one area about CRT or another story about gender fluidity and kindergarten or maybe expectative sex education in another area, but we want to put together a comprehensive expose that they can see it all together, realize it's connected and what they can do about it.

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"flora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"flora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"And there are a number of different sub genera is the two seeds from gray file. So site are in different subgenre. Wow. And the first one I described looks a lot like the hardy passion flower, so the passenger incarnata, which is native to eastern North America. And fairly cold tolerant. To the point that I've been able to grow it up here in New York and it overwinters. Yeah. Yeah, it's in a sheltered spot. Yeah, pretty big zone shift there. Yeah. So the second one, I'm not sure. There is a member of this group that is also widespread in eastern North America, but I don't think the seeds look so much like that species. So I am wondering if it's got some relationship to Mexico or Central America. Oh, that's exciting. Cool. Yeah. Well, hey, if you figure it out, let us know. You're welcome back on to talk about it. So there's that. There's some prickly ash seeds that I've been working on. I need to get back to. So there are two species of this is xantha xylem. It's a genus in the citrus family. So one of them looks like a North American native. That actually has its major center distribution a little bit north of gray fossil site, which is kind of interesting today. Okay. The second one is very rare with the site. So the common one is the modern North American one. The second one, there are only a few of these seeds. And it looks like it might be related to an Asian species. So that second one, I'm still, you know, I need to do more work on that to confirm it. But just based on the very preliminary work I've done, it's like, it looks kind of like an Asian species. So it'd be an interesting addition. I mean, I think the North American one was interesting as well. That's awesome. Yet another example of survival and extinction. Right. Wow. Right, so I mean, there's just, I don't know. There's a ton of material. I want to do the fungus. Somebody needs to work on the oaks. Which that, I mean, if you've been there, you know how many acorns are at the site? Yeah. So that's a big undertaking. Drawers worth. Again, it's so cool. For someone to pull out a 4.5 plus or minus million year old acorn and go, I recognize that. It's like just goosebumps, I guess. Again, I know it's relatively recent geologically, but wow, it's just so cool. So with that in mind, if people want to learn more about your work, learn more about publications that are on the horizon, where do you recommend they go looking to find out more? Oh boy. Well, if you want to learn about my work, I mean, I do have a personal website, which is occasionally updated. But I also have a research gate profile of Google scholar profile and a staff web page on pure I was website. So it's.

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Prosperity

Bald and Blonde

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Prosperity

"Let me ask you. What is your definition of prosperity. While i would think of the word prosperous as its reach and then think about what that means to me and to me. That means you're doing well. There's an abundance this. A positive ity is success around what you're doing and whatever it is undertaking. I think that's what it would mean to me. Thank you so much for sharing. i agree with you. I believe that there's one more aspect where we can see prosperity. And that is in life. Overall when we look the prosperous flora and fauna meaning the animal world and the growth of plants and flowers and algae. It is just so amazingly prosperous when we just start looking. It is even when you take a piece of sand and put it under a microscope. Then you see so many facets or when you look at the crystal as it's growing it's prospering now. Ideas can prosper. To creativity can prosper. Now another aspect is ourselves so many cells are dying billions of cells in our bodies. Every single day are dying and we're building new ones that's prosperous so when we become so aware of that level of prosperity then we can realize that we are not even off off prosperity but we are prosperous. Only because mainstream media tells us. Oh you're real guy when you don't use this particular play to shave or the woman who does not wear specific shoes because otherwise she's not feminine enough. That's really all illusion When we start focusing on how prosperous we already are. And i'm not even going to the basic look at oxygen. Have you ever wondered. I wonder where my next breath comes from. Probably not and they'll always was much much more so unless you diving and free diving for example because then you really need to measure the volume in your lungs so how much oxygen you had then let it slowly out. The deep adieu go so prosperity is all around us and it is really a disbelief. I believe to focus solely on one angle of prosperity and that would be the zeros behind a number on your bank account unless they're read because then you don't worn all these zeros again. It's very important that we define it so prosperity. When i look at you you're prosperous loc- you can talk. You can walk. You can think you can smile all the muscles you have in your face that make you smile. The blinking of your is That grin that cute little. I don't even know how you call those these little bumps in words. I don't know how you call them. Tim posey saiga have deposed. Yes so imagine having these dimples what prosperity. That is your fingers how they're moving. They can switch on and off recording buttons and put up and down. The headphones plugged in and out the microphone. That's prosperity we just have learned prosperity. I believe in a very limiting shape and form. You're absolutely right. I think that we probably auctioning. Paik was is right now with this conversation. Because that's how on feeling we've been trained through Current social systems. She believe prosperity only means money. And that shut down all of these other facets of so important to have this conversation and bring to people's awareness. What prosperity really is so that they can embrace it and feel it and it will on it sign. I think when you do embrace this come ass in every facet including the money like. That's the other side. I think if we can embrace it holy in every piece of allies then. The positive outcomes are

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Prosperity - burst 3

Bald and Blonde

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Prosperity - burst 3

"I believe that there's one more aspect where we can see prosperity. And that is in life. Overall when we look the prosperous flora and fauna meaning the animal world and the growth of plants and flowers and algae. It is just so amazingly prosperous when we just start looking. It is even when you take a piece of sand and put it under a microscope. Then you see so many facets or when you look at the crystal as it's growing it's prospering now. Ideas can prosper. To creativity can prosper. Now another aspect is ourselves so many cells are dying billions of cells in our bodies. Every single day are dying and we're building new ones that's prosperous so when we become so aware of that level of prosperity then we can realize that we are not even off off prosperity but we are prosperous. Only because mainstream media tells us. Oh you're real guy when you don't use this particular play to shave or the woman who does not wear specific shoes because otherwise she's not feminine enough. That's really all illusion When we start focusing on how prosperous we already are. And i'm not even going to the basic look at oxygen. Have you ever wondered. I wonder where my next breath comes from. Probably not and they'll always was much much more so unless you diving and free diving for example because then you really need to measure the volume in your lungs so how much oxygen you had then let it slowly out. The deep adieu go so prosperity is all around us and it is really a disbelief. I believe to focus solely on one angle of prosperity and that would be the zeros behind a number on your bank account unless they're read because then you don't worn all these zeros again. It's very important that we define it so prosperity. When i look at you you're prosperous loc- you can talk. You can walk. You can think you can smile all the muscles you have in your face that make you smile. The blinking of your is That grin that cute little. I don't even know how you call those these little bumps in words. I don't know how you call them. Tim posey saiga have deposed. Yes so imagine having these dimples what prosperity. That is your fingers how they're moving. They can switch on and off recording buttons and put up and down. The headphones plugged in and out the microphone. That's prosperity we just have learned prosperity. I believe in a very limiting shape and form. You're absolutely right. I think that we probably auctioning. Paik was is right now with this conversation. Because that's how on feeling we've been trained through Current social systems. She believe prosperity only means money. And that shut down all of these other facets of so important to have this conversation and bring to people's awareness. What prosperity really is so that they can embrace it and feel it and it will on it sign. I think when you do embrace this come ass in every facet including the money like. That's the other side. I think if we can embrace it holy in every piece of allies then. The positive outcomes are

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Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue

The Phinsider

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue

"Breaking news out of miami gardens. The miami dolphins will be without wide receiver willful or for sunday's matchup versus the buffalo bills. The team is calling it. A personal issue and brian flora's even when as far to say there was a possibility for may not suit up the rest of the season. Obviously a lot of unknowns. But what were your thoughts. Jake when you first heard this friday afternoon. Josh first and foremost i mean the seed blake first weekend forever where the dolphins were gonna have a completely clean injury report willful or was the only one who wasn't listed as a full participant in practice on both thursday and friday. But just i do have to say. I think we're kind of over-reacting about this. A little bit will fuller was in the building wednesday. I believe he was actually in the building thursday as well. I'm concerned for some things are bigger than football. I don't necessarily know. I mean ryan floors declined to say preston. Williams who is fully active is going to be playing on sunday. So i think that's more displays being bryant floors as much as odd. This is something that's gonna completely ruin season. I hope that isn't the case. I hope everything is all right for him and you know. We can't really speculate on too much by terms of what's happening on the field. It's gotta be a little disappointing to not see him out

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Dolphin's Coach Brian Flores: We Want Players With 'High Character' on the Team

Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Dolphin's Coach Brian Flores: We Want Players With 'High Character' on the Team

"Is from a threat over the weekend from charles robinson who said sources telling yahoo sports. The dolphins have emerged as the front runner in trade. Discussions with texans quarterback shawn watson. The texans are seeking three first round picks in two second round picks in negotiations according to a team that dropped out of the trade talks robinson saying sources the panthers broncos and eagles also in some element of trade considerations. Watson's contractual right to approve. The trade destination was signed off on by a houston ownership in his last extension has weighed heavily in the trade opportunities. Sources said that teams have angled for pick protections in any trade to mitigate a potential nfl suspension or criminal prosecution tied to ongoing investigations by the fbi harris county prosecutor and houston pd into sexual assault allegations from multiple women. Now this tweet is in direct retaliation or a result of what was said publicly by the dolphins and brian florez when he was asked yesterday about the trade speculation for dishonor watson and brian. Flora's said quote that they are only interested in high character. players floors. Didn't specifically talk about watson but discuss the dolphins philosophy and acquiring players who need a fresh start. Flora's said quote. There are a lot of things way when we're making decisions fit on the team overall talent salary cap when we're talking about a player or players were always trying to do. What's best for the miami dolphins. There are a lot of variables we want. We want a group that is tough. Smart competitive loves to play in his team. I those other types of guys we're looking for. We have a high standard for the people we have in the organization. We want people with high character throughout the building.

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GANs in Finance

Data Skeptic

02:10 min | 1 year ago

GANs in Finance

"My name is florian. italy. I'm a recent graduate of the university of applied scientists in the field of engineering and management with specialization on industrial engineering for listeners. Who aren't familiar. Could you share a general definition of what is industrial engineering well. Industrial engineering applies to often optimizing in trying to improve on industrial processes of various nature. So it's actually an umbrella term for a lot of stuff well. I'm a little bit surprised that someone with an industrial engineering background would know about generative adversarial. Networks it's a very contemporary new idea in computer science. What about your background. Got you some exposure to this topic. Flora graduating at jeet. Some projects on time series. So i ended up being very interested in financial time series and that kind of stuff so when it was time to do my bachelor thesis i actually migrated to a more of a financial mathematics fields in my university. Although my titled will still be industrial engineer engineer. I think my work gravitated towards more of a quantitative finance field in my exposure to quantitative finance. I've always found it to be a very numerical heavy computation. Heavy stats driven. Approach that those are the methodologies that get picked not so much machine learning although that's been transitioning what's your perception of the field and its adoption of machine learning techniques. How far has the pendulum swung the other direction. Well what i see is right now. That's a lot of new firms and you if it's a hedge funds are new. Research teams inside of peak. Financial establishments are moving faster towards is new type of modeling. But i would say yeah. Historically banking as finance hasn't been exactly as machine learning focused as it is now or as it starting to be. But i would say that depends Probably have swung. Based on increasing computational power and the improvement of this kind of machine learning methods overall elsie

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Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional

"Talk about daca. Yeah what has to be done with this because this that was that was literally on concentrated. This circuit is says it's illegal constitutional so we need to follow the fifth circuit court citizen constitutional and get rid of dhaka right. But here's here's marcy. Just actually penned an unconstitutional correct policy. That's correct was unconscious illegal. And we've been saying that finally circuit said so the last thing that's really really critical is what's called the episode the floor settlement agreement. That's his lower levels blame. The flora shows four settlement agreement. Says that if you're unaccompanied minor family the border patrol digest. We can't keep it for more than twenty days and we told them in the core proceedings. That's crazy. It takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days to get through immigration. Hearing for those that are in custody which says we'll be priority and the judge said. Don't care twenty days bo catch and release began. That's what began. Mpp got rid of that. So look you gotta do address. Tv pra address credible. Fear reinstitute get rid of an address the four settlement agreement so we can detain piano in one bill. One bill one bill. And the last thing i have to say because i have to say this for my brothers and sisters is detention. Detentions blaine look. We have to have a system of consequences. We can't allow people to come here legally and then there's no consequences. We have shown that if you detained somebody while you're going through immigration proceedings. One is guess what once they find out that they're claim valid yet to get them right because you have them right. But here's what you see the phenomenon. Will you start doing that. Guess what happens to the numbers. I would imagine they plummet exactly anytime you play consequences or you show them that. You're not going to be released into the country. The numbers down

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Flora Duffy Wins Bermuda’s First Ever Olympic Gold

BBC Newsday

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Flora Duffy Wins Bermuda’s First Ever Olympic Gold

"Ever Olympic gold medal. Flora Duffy made history with victory in the women's triathlon in Tokyo. The tiny island in the north Atlantic with about 64,000 people, is the smallest country in terms of population to win top honors at the Summer Games. BBC news

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What's Causing Your Swarming Summer Allergies

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

02:17 min | 1 year ago

What's Causing Your Swarming Summer Allergies

"Dr lewis. Can you tell us why allergies or here. Why are people having runny snotty sneezing snorting things happening to them. I don't have a clue. But i can tell you. Some of the root causes in the pray people can figure it out. Yesterday is doing a consultation with katharina. And she's very interesting lady and she was talking about the different immunoglobulins and she's asking some incredibly brilliant questions. she's very very educated and she was talking about the immunoglobulin a g e etc etc. And she says well how come this. How come i said. Let's let's boil it down. Because i'm good at that for example What happens is and we'll talk about all kinds of things coz normally do Most of the time. It's microbiome induced inflammation. That means you have a gut flora. That's not what it should be and it can to a very large degree disrupt your metabolism which can cause weight gain folks if you're five ten pounds overweight or more you have despite houses. Gut inflammation The tendency toward well allergies if nothing else are histamine reactions or asada kane storm and what happens is and she was asking. Well why do we have this The problem is it's normal for the nutrients as you digest to pass through the line of your intestinal wall and that's called epithelium But what happens is we have most of us have low stomach acid not enough digestive enzymes because of the interference with the heavy metals and plastics and pesticides. So we don't get Complete digestion then. The partially digested food. What happens is it seeps through the epithelium and since it's only partially digested it's a molecule that your immune system doesn't recognize and so it starts putting out antibodies or immunoglobulins against this and it it detects it so to speak as an intruder And thinks it's toxic and baiter and that's where the antibodies come

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How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

"I was just handling embryos relatives. The silver sword right before you cooked in here. That's awesome up. Yeah we're growing up a lot of california tara weeds right now. I you know mixed study very cool. In gel culture or caesar disturbed just see germination. But sometimes you need to be coaxed. Out of their seeds yet has done with sections under dissecting scope pretty small and you have to get all the memories off around them to get you know all of the cowesett or whatever away from them. That's when preventing them from germany and some dormancy and some of them. I was just gonna say they have some pretty big preventative. Measures there. then Yeah you know. It's a mediterranean climate. in pretty. You know they have some significant accused that they need to notify. Germinate right on right So yeah you you you you ready. Sure okay dr bruce baldwin. It is an honor to have you on the podcast. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Yeah thanks a lot. I really appreciate being on your show. Yeah so i'm a professor. Integrative biology at berkeley and curator the jackson barium here which is a museum focused on the california flora in particular the native and naturalized flora. I also have interests in the hawaiian flora primarily focused around those lineages that have a western north american origin originally so yeah it all ties together even though it might seem a little strange repel foreign. Hawaiian focused exciting. Yeah and i've been doing this since. Nineteen eighty five since i started. My phd davis. I've been really fortunate to be able to continue working on the floor sticks and plant evolution for all this

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Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body

"College student Kristin Smart have sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago. The lawsuit says smarts body was buried in Ruben Flores, his backyard and that he moved it under cover of darkness to another location after investigators searched his property in February of 2020. That mirrors claims made by prosecutors this week when they charged Reuben Flora's with being an accessory after the alleged murder. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $50,000 bail. Son, Paul Flores is being held without bail. He's accused of sexually assaulting and murdering smart in 1996 on the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus, where both were freshmen. Lawsuit against Ruben Flores seeks damages for intentionally causing emotional distress by helping his son cover up the crime. It says Flora's God help moving the body from two unnamed accomplices who will later be added as defendants in the case.

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