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Federal judge in Texas blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Federal judge in Texas blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

"A federal judge in Texas blocks president Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness program Federal district judge Mark Pittman a Trump appointee in Fort Worth Texas says The White House student loan forgiveness program is an unconstitutional effort to bypass Congress Pittman writing in this country we are not ruled by an all powerful executive with a pen and a phone The White House has argued the 2003 higher education relief opportunity for students act allows the secretary of education to waive or modify any statutory or regulatory provision applicable to the student financial assistance programs As part of a national emergency Economists worry ending debt cancellation could

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Why Football Fans Don't See Many Night Games in Lubbock

Fore The People

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Football Fans Don't See Many Night Games in Lubbock

"Lubbock seems to be on the up and up. It just seems to get better every year. It just seems to one of those cities that just keeps going, rise, climb, climb, climb, climb. Yeah, I know when Texas came to town this year, it was a hell of a deal out there. Love it. And I love this rally, but it doesn't seem to have any night games. I love it. It seemed to have a lot of love. That's more, yeah, that's performance based, really. I mean, there are night tomorrow, Pat Mahomes is going into the Hall of Fame tomorrow night, so that'll probably be a rowdy one, but. Lubbock's got over 300,000 people, but the best probably tell you it's the college towns, like Baton Rouge is a huge city, but it's a freaking college town, right? Like Lubbock getting big, but it's a college town. Those are the ones where people like shut it, shut it all down. Like Fort Worth, no matter what, it'll look like TCU is, you know, that's obviously four words. DFW's big 12 school, but then you have SME all this other crap, but dude, most of the alums from other schools are all tech, Texas a and M, university, I mean, all over the goddamn place just because it's too big. So, I mean, TCU actually like they actually have a hard time selling out night games compared to early ones sometimes. I know that sounds insane. But it's because of the people that are there.

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

07:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"But no, it's no ostrava exclamation marked for most of my information Mark. No, I think yeah, it's a great, I think I'm really excited. I think a lot more excited to be honest than when we heard about the launch of the ATP cup. I think lastly I was talking about like, I love having kind of combined events when there's ATP and both WTA on site. And the fact that this will have that and also have mixed doubles kind of thrown in, I think it's going to be great. I think also having ranking points will help, you know, I think I'll be interesting to see, I think, how the players treat it, whether they treat it like Hopman Cup because Hopman Cup didn't have ranking points and therefore it was a little bit more exhibition Y a little bit more playful. And I think that's why a lot of the top players love playing it and it gave us very kind of unique partnerships. So I think it's going to be interesting to see how serious I think players take it and whether they do interpret it as an equivalent of Hopman Cup or whether they take it a little bit more seriously because ranking points are going to be available, but I certainly think the start of the season. This is such a great, unique and distinctive event to get involved in that it's going to be really interesting to see how it plays out and of course there are other there are going to be other kind of singles events on the tours going on at the same time. So I think Russia and Belarus are not allowed to play in the event. So those individuals will have to go elsewhere. So again, it'll be interesting to see how it sort of fits in. It's not got an exclusive week to play with, but certainly I think it can be an interesting addition in the build up to your training open. Yeah, I think the logo is a bit corporate. It looks like some kind of tech company logo, but that's just my personal opinion, but an apprentice logo. I'm sure the event would be lovely. We've had a bit of WTA finals chat already, but let's look ahead to the end of season finals because they are getting underway today out in Fort Worth and Texas. So we've got the two groups that have been announced, all their promo photos have been taken, players have done the older red carpet in their outfits, we've got group Tracy Austin and group Nancy Ritchie, so Tracy Austin's group. We've got Sri von tech coco golf Caroline Garcia and Daria Kazakh and group Nancy Ritchie, we've got anja Bo and Jesse begler, Maria thackeray and arena sabalenka. What are your initial thoughts on the breakdown of those two groups? Do you think there's one group that is significantly stronger than the other? Do you think it's a fair fight? Oh, Tracy Austin, I think is the stronger group. It's the group where I wasn't sure who would well, I'm still not obviously saying I'm sure because I know how predictions go on the pod. But when you've got eager and you've got Garcia in their as well as golf, I think that that is where the real strength of that group lies whereas I do think that in the second group and Nancy Ritchie, it's ons and pico are really players. I can see past based on their form this year. That's my take. I mean, that's interesting because I was reading in the build up peculiar has a losing record against everyone in her group. So I don't think it's as much of a done deal. I do think if you base it on the form this year, I think for me, there is kind of four outstanding candidates in the top four rankings on tech goth. And pigula, but yeah, I don't think it's as certain for me, but certainly I think in that first group, yeah, I'm still, I still sort of leaning towards the top players. I think it's yeah, to me, I think there is a bit more of a divide, I think, versus between the top players and the players who are not expecting to really put up much of a fight versus, I think, in Turin, where I do think it could be a lot less predictable. Which is quite interesting, really, because normally it's the other way around, isn't it? With the women's and men's. But yeah, I agree, I think that the sort of most informed players are in the Tracy Austin group, I feel like Zachary is how rude I feel like very rude saying this, but I feel like she's kind of making up the numbers, but that sounds awful just in there saying that. Don't worry, I said it on the podcast. No way in my predicting. It's a safe space. I've gone for, I don't know about you guys. I've gone for jabbar and pagola to make it out of Nancy Ritchie and eager and Caroline Garcia to make it out of Tracy Austin. And I think I've got an eager final in my pathway through with eager winning. I feel like we potentially will have all the same champion. In our predictions. I have gone quite similar to you, but I think I've got the difference in who comes first and second in the group. So I actually have ons versus ego in the semifinals. And then I've got Garcia versus pagola. And I put Garcia going through the final because what I like about the round Robin format is you can pay the same player twice, just like last year, when muguruza, I think, in the round Robin and then lost her in the final. I think that's fact. I'm hoping so I think it makes it a bit spicier. A bit of fun if two players are playing particularly by no one group. Joel, who have you who have you chosen for your predictions for this one? Yeah, I've got fion tech. You're born in the semifinals. And I've got so I've got short tech defeating entrepreneur in the semifinals. And I've got coco Goff defeating Jesse as well, and there's going to be an all American matchup. I'm expecting, yeah, coco Goff to come through that. And I'm seeing a schwinn tech goth final, but I just have to go with yugoslavian tech based on, yeah, based on what you guys have said and based on that she has been the standout player on the tour this year. She's refreshed. She's recuperated. I'm still not sure if she should have played San Diego to be quite honest, but I think yeah, I think it's going to be, yeah, it in theory, if she on tech plays the level, she's been showing week in week out. It's hard to it's hard to argue against her. I agree, we're kind of on the same wavelength, so let's see what unfolds in the next week. Out in Fort Worth. I'm more curious to see how this event is going to go because it's not been like the other years when we've known, we've known it at the start of the season and we've been looking forward to it. It's been very, it's been quite uncertain. I think since the pandemic has been over, I think a lot of the calendar has just been it's a quarter here a quarter there and it's events events announced with very little kind of planning time and sometimes that can go against you.

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

08:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Correct. Oh, I thought that was going to be a reward. I'm going to say Kim cloisters. Another correct answer. Oh. Oh, I feel like what I'm going to say is really rogue now. But Anna check for tatsui? That is a Rogue One. I have to say that's an incorrect answer. I think I've got more as well. Would you like to continue with a couple more? I think my next one was going to be Victoria Azarenka. Okay, well, that's where it would have ended. That's also incorrect. Yes. Petra kvitova. Would you like to hear the full picture? That's the correct answer. Was ash Barty a correct answer. Are you out of answers? I was so worried. That was also a correct answer. Yes. I forget about her now. Yeah, it's amazing that happened this year. In 2000 four, the complete list. Not this side of the okay of 2000. In 1999. That's all I've got. Well, Joel, congratulations. That was a very solid performance. Yes. Other answers that you could have had was radwanska, who won it in 2015. And then Amelie mauresmo took the title in 2005. Maria Sharapova took the title in 2004 and then the final correct answer. In 2000. Yes. Of course. Wow. That's definitely not our area of expertise. Is it Joel? Wow. Who went first? Pretty much a big we went first was a pretty big call. For that one. I would love to have seen Joel go that confident with Azarenka and get it wrong. I don't know why I said Anna Jackson. I think just to show if you know who she is. Yeah, basically. I was honestly thinking azarenko give it a little bit going to be my next guest. So yes, but no, that was very, very good. I enjoyed that. Yeah. Right. I'm not surprised, though. I don't feel like I have won any sort of game on the pod forever. A long long time. So yeah, really happy with that. We do have a next week. Until next week, exactly. We do have a mailbag and it's from Jack who got in touch with us on email and they asked us with the end of season finals starting up this week in Fort Worth. I would love to know who do you think will be in the final 8 at the next season's finals in 2023. That is a great question. I think this is hard because of Simona Halep and to me, so I know how that would have been a surefire person in my top 8, but I've had to leave her out because I have no idea what's going, what's going to happen there? Well, Chris, who have you got? So unsurprisingly, I went for eager. I thought she's got to be there. I put ons in there as well. And then I've gone a little bit more rogue. I've gone for quin Wen Zhang. I think this could be a breakout season. I'm calling it now 20, 23 Roland Garros champion. And mister mova, I'm always a big supporter of her. I think kajikawa will be back in the mix after showing some great play. And then I think turns it off and bench it will be a very fruitful partnership next year. And then rounding it off, I have cocoa goth and then Jesse pagola. Yeah, I've got Jessica gula in mind. I think she's so consistent. She's still going to be up there. I've also gone for golf eager on. I'm questioning Osaka. I feel like she's got to do something again, isn't she? She doesn't make enough. It's going to be the year. I'm also tempted to go for Caroline Garcia, obviously. What do you think that you think that she will pick it up? Well, I'd also given her recent coaching announcement. I don't know, yeah, that's why I'm questioning myself. I think I'd like to think that muguruza will be back up there and obviously I guess sabalenka pretty consistent, maybe there's maybe maybe a Clara tausen or someone like that that's going to come through. Or a Layla Annie Fernández might kind of continue her her rise because that sort of seems to paused. But none of us none of us are thinking emirati Carney no. I can't anymore. I can't. I honestly agree that with those predictions. Goth bencic critique of a I have put muguruza in there because I feel like, yeah, she's hit rock bottom. She's going to come straight back up from there. And then I've got Zachary Zachary making up the numbers this year. I think she's sadly going to be making up the numbers as well next year. And I've got sabalenka as well. I think I'm being a bit harsh on Jesse pigula. I think it's not well number three. Yeah, I don't know. I'm not convinced she's going to be, I'm not convinced he's going to do the same next year. I think, yeah, coco got for me is going to be the sole American in the top 8 for me next year. Fair enough. I was going to say something I saw this week about muguruza though. She may be falling on hard times on the tennis court off the tennis court. She is not following a hard time. No, the 5th highest paid female athlete in the world. Behind Osaka, Serena Venus and Simone Biles. She doesn't need the buddy Kim. Yeah, she's got billionaire dad or something. Yeah, something like, I just know her parents her dad owns American football team, something like that. Yeah, she is. She's a big fortune there. So maybe that's why she's not on the list. Well, great question from Jack, got us thinking. It's very hard to predict, especially when it comes to WTA, but we shall see who are the current cohort of next year. In the news, this last week, we do have a few talking points, but the united cup has become an official thing, which is, I guess, that the new formulation of the Hopman Cup, essentially it's the new joint ATP WTA team tennis event out in Australia prior to the AO 18 countries, it's going to be across Sydney Brisbane and Perth, so it's going to be 6 groups of three teams, it's going to be four singles and one mixed doubles per tie, and then we're going to have obviously different teams advancing through, there's also ranking points on offer. There's a logo for it as well. ATP cup is no longer Hopman Cup has well, I guess this is yeah, like the new version of the Hopman Cup. What are your thoughts on the format, the fact that this is definitely official? Are you pleased? Are you glad we've got a mixed event back to start the season off? Can I ask a question? Is it two players per team? That's what my understanding is, or is it, can you have more players in a team? Do we have substitutes to be my question? Because what if I'm writer Carney plays and needs to withdraw from a match? Are you allowed to have? Well, I don't think anyone else make the cut at the moment actually, you know. I think that's probably true actually. But I'm imagining that one player plays two singles rather than four players on a team. That's my question, but either way, very excited, I think it's, I mean, we love the Hopman Cup. We've made no secret of that on the pod. I love a mixed doubles. I always think that gives some fantastic matches. And I think the fact that there are two singles matches for ATP and WTA as part of each of the ties. I mean, it gives a great opportunity to warm up ahead of the Australian open. I would say working in a sort of design area, the logo, I'm not a fan of. I think they've taken it very literally the year of united with a blue moving into a purple to signify, I guess the WTA and the ATP tour. Wow. I did not get that at all from looking at logo. I got like, I didn't use. I got like a hollowed out tennis ball. It's a bit bally. Yes. I think it is a hollowed out tennis ball into the shape of a U. I think together, we can figure it out what's going on.

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

03:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Kim Chris, today is the 31st of October and we are here to catch up on the weekend tennis at tennis weekly headquarters. We have had a week off on the WTA tours, but we've had two big events on the ATP circuit in Vienna and Basel. We have had Felix aussem, complete a hat trick of titles in the last three weeks, and we've also had the man the myth, the octopus, Daniel Madden, or should I say dad vive because he's just recently become a dad win as well. So all good there, and we've also got the WTA finals in Fort Worth about to kick off over the pond in the United States. So lots to talk about the united cup as well becoming official for the start of next season and I'm happy to tell our listeners that Kim is back, Kim, you do not have any more travel issues. I was relieved to hear coming into this evening. You're not basically stuck in swindon like you were last week. No, I'm not. I mean, swindon is the lovely place, but I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy. I was in the outskirts of swindon. It gets better. It gets better. Yeah. But I had dinner by the national trust headquarters. And if any British means real estate, the national trust is quite big, I'm a member. I like a bit of national trust. Humble brag? Yeah. So I care about preserving heritage. Anyway, this is not a heritage podcast. This is about tennis. So let's move on quickly before I digress too much. What's your highlight of the past week guys? Before we crack on with the movers and shakers, what's floated your boat in the last week? Well, I'm going to go first and I'm going to say in the absence of WTA action, I've still found a women's tennis highlight and mine comes from. I've dropped down to the challenger, the ITF level. It comes from Tyler in Texas where one of my favorites Taylor Townsend, won her way through to the title at the W 80 tournament there. And she didn't drop a set, which was something super nice. She beat some of the podcast favorites of kayaking epi and storm Sanders on the way. She's back in the top one 30 and then a fun fact about this is that she won her quarterfinal semifinal and final all in 24 hours. Oh, wow. So that is a good effort. That's pretty unique, isn't it? Isn't it? Three is in a day. That doesn't happen too often. Was that because rain delay out of interest? Yeah, unfortunately it was because of some weather issues. But nothing can weather the storm, but that's a bad storm Sanders joke. I think whether the storm that was Taylor Townsend. There's a tongue twister there. Taylor Townsend Tyler, Texas. Oh, a lot of teams got teased. Texas. I broke it up. In fact, interestingly, all of the players I mentioned had their first and second names are the same. Tater Townsend. Kai canai storm Sanders. Now Joel did an English degree. Is that alliteration? Yes. I believe something

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Honoring Our First Responders

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | Last month

Honoring Our First Responders

"I want to give a shout out to all the first responders who are out there hustling, doing the best that they can to make this thing work, making sure the public is safe. Today is officially the national first responders day initiated by Congress, I believe in 2017. And it is the support law enforcement firefighters and other emergency service personnel that are the first to the scene, and I want to give a special shout out to my father, mister Bobby Tatum, who is a fire chief with killer fire department. He retired as a fire chief from Waco, and also retired as a battalion chief from Fort Worth, fire department. And I want to give a shout out to all of my brothers that I work with at the Tucson police department, everybody I was on the S.W.A.T. team with. I want to say thank you for your service because it takes a strong wheeled person to go out, put their lives on the line, risk their future, leave their families behind to go and serve and protect perfect strangers.

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Boeing crashes: Passengers' families deemed crime victims

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Boeing crashes: Passengers' families deemed crime victims

"A federal judge in Fort Worth Texas says the relatives of those killed in the crashes of two Boeing 7 37 max jets are crime victims Federal district judge Reed O'Connor ruled that the relatives of people killed in the crashes of two Boeing 7 37 max planes are crime victims under federal law and should have been told about private negotiations over a January 2021 settlement that spared Boeing from criminal prosecution O'Connor wrote but for Boeing's criminal conspiracy to defraud the FAA 346 people would not have lost their lives in the crashes Some of the relatives are pushing to overturn the government's $2.5 billion agreement with Boeing The first crash in Indonesia in October 2018 killed 189 people Another crash 5 months later in Ethiopia killing 157 I'm Tim McGuire

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TCU rallies for 43-40 win in 2 OTs over No. 8 Oklahoma St

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

TCU rallies for 43-40 win in 2 OTs over No. 8 Oklahoma St

"Kendra Miller's two yard touchdown run in the second overtime rallied number 13 TCU past 8th ranked Oklahoma state 43 40 in the battle of unbeaten big 12 teams so TCU improves to 6 and O while Oklahoma state drops to 5 and one TCU coach sunny Dyke says it was a great comeback win Thought those guys should great resolve by just playing hard and kind of rolling their sleeves up and going to work in the second half and figuring out a way to win the game Quarterback max duggan led the TCU come back went through for 286 yards and a touchdown ran for two more scores Bob Stephens Fort Worth Texas

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FBI: Jetliner evacuated in Albuquerque after security threat

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

FBI: Jetliner evacuated in Albuquerque after security threat

"There's been a security threat at an airport in Albuquerque Authorities say an American Airlines flight from Texas to New Mexico was evacuated after landing at the Albuquerque airport because of a security threat Officials at Albuquerque international sunport say all 179 people aboard flight 9 28 from Dallas Fort Worth were taken off the jets Sunday morning and bust to the terminal no injuries were reported FBI officials only said that the matter is being investigated and they're not disclosing the nature of the security threat I'm Shelley Adler

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Reddick wins NASCAR playoff race in long, tiring Texas day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Reddick wins NASCAR playoff race in long, tiring Texas day

"It was a race marred by 16 cautions that affected multiple NASCAR championship playoff contenders but when the checkered flag fell it was Tyler Reddick out front at Texas Motor Speedway with most of the cautions caused by blown tires Reddick admitted he was worried while trying to hold on to the lead over second place Joey Logano To finally cross the line and know that we finished the race and that vibration wasn't really anything at all as it seemed was a huge sense of relief Legato said tires robbed him of his chance to win Kind of gotta be happy leaving as the points later So bittersweet and I feel like we lost one out there but not really of our own doing Justin Haley finished third Jerry Jordan Fort Worth Texas

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The Country Is Going to Hell

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 2 months ago

The Country Is Going to Hell

"20 16. We had before us. We were staring down the barrel of a Hillary Clinton presidency. Only Donald Trump could prevent it. Thank God he did. Thank God he did. This was a recurring mantra for me during my local show here in Dallas Fort Worth at any time I would fill in for anybody here in the Salem media group, thank God he won, thank God he won, thank God. He won. The notion of a second term arises in 2020, that didn't happen, and of course there's another whole slew of talk shows we can do on that. And probably haven't probably will. You know, here's why, here's my 2020 was enormously important. We didn't get what we wanted. We didn't get the result we wanted for various reasons. And so see what happens? Countries going to hell. I've just everything is just on the hot rails into the Lake of fire. Because Biden is president. This is the worst presidency of my lifetime and it's not even close. Obama looks positively harmless and Clinton looks positively compared to these people.

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Encouragement From the Aftermath of 9/11

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Encouragement From the Aftermath of 9/11

"I did an event yesterday. Me and Terrence Williams at a facility in Phoenix Carrie Lake was there. It was a tremendous, tremendous event we were there to support the men and women who were in law enforcement first responders military and to show love and respect for those who were there on 9 11 or who have a connection with people who were there on 9 11. It was such an amazing event packed house. It was a little bit of a comedy slash patriotic skit. It was amazing. Carrie Lake was amazing. Terrence William was amazing. I mean, people literally stomach was hurting. Cramp their stomach was cramped and they were laughing so long. So much so long. I mean, it was our shows with multiple hours. And people were laughing all the way to the very end of the show. And so I know that the forgotten man, my producer, we were talking about 9 11 yesterday and he, you know, he was telling me how hard it was, a difficult, it was on him, you know, having that experience being there, being in those buildings before, everything hit the fan. And it really triggered me to realize, I don't like these word trigger. It encouraged me to realize that there are some people that had such a tremendous effect on 9 11. I remember when I first saw 9 11. And it is ignorant I was and how I was in a bubble. I had no idea what the world trace in his work. I had no idea. I had never been out of Fort Worth Texas. And so I saw it on television, I was in middle school. I think I was in like the 8th grade. And I remember the World Trade Center was a hit at first I thought it was a movie. Then, you know, I started to realize it was actually the news report, and I thought that it was in another country. I was like, oh, man, that's crazy.

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When Scott Stallings Decided He Was Sick of Being Fat

Fore The People

02:22 min | 2 months ago

When Scott Stallings Decided He Was Sick of Being Fat

"When did the switch flip for you? When did the switch flip? I'm sick of being fat. I want to be in shape. When was when did that happen? 2015, 2015, how did that happen? Were you watching the chip chippendales or something? What are you doing? No, man. I was a guy that had made every excuse you can think of. I was trying to do what I want when I wanted to kind of thought as long as I played good, I could there was really no much there's not much accountability. I was everything that you could think of. I was doing wrong. I had no sleep. Not even a plan. I wouldn't even call. There wasn't ever thought of recovery or moving on to the next day. It's like, man, as long as burgers are still made, like, I'm fine. Like, I don't need to think about. I remember playing the Fort Worth tournament, and you know those big giant styrofoam cups. Yeah. And the crushed ice in the locker room at Fort Worth and just pounding Dr Pepper going to the range. I mean, like two or three of them, like just get out there and just now thought of the fact that it's 200° out there and just sweating profusely and not drinking any water or anything like that. But long story short had a few little odds and in like medical things and sort of started to show up and the next thing you know you're 30 years old and doctor's office and you start asking some pretty weird questions. Man, how the hell did I get here? And you look in myself in the mirror, it's like, I did this. I did all of this. This is no one's fault other than my own. And I need to do some accountability. I need to grow up. You need to have a little bit more maturity and some discipline in my life. And sort of asking some people some tough questions and all those questions reported to myself. And so I found a lot of people that are held smarter than me and started asking questions on kind of what a healthy lifestyle looked like on how to train, how to eat, how to sleep, how to do all these different things. And started doing it, man. And it just sort of became a habit. And the gym was sort of where I went to to get away. And golf kind of took a little bit of a backside as you can see. Throughout my career, like I started off pretty good and then kind of treaded water there for a little bit and then now it's starting to trend back and sort of play like I'm capable of.

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"fort worth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The term for NPR news, I'm Vaughan golden in upstate New York. In Oklahoma to Republicans are in a GOP primary runoff to replace retiring senator Jim inhofe. A flood warning is in effect in the Dallas Fort Worth area through the afternoon, the national weather service says more showers are possible there today, a day after authorities in east Texas carried out dozens of water rescues of people trapped in vehicles. Becca Moore with member station KE RA in Dallas says the area received more than 9 inches of rainfall in 24 hours. Since the storms rolled in, Dallas fire rescue has responded to dozens of emergency calls involving people stuck in deep water. Spokesperson Jason Evans says most calls are about cars that have stalled out. They're usually not in any grave danger. It's just a matter of getting out there in the water and walking them to safety or either voting them to say to depending on how big the water is. But the swift water teams have done boat rescues as well, where there was the potential of someone getting swept away. I'm Becca Moore in Dallas. Down futures are up 49 points this morning. This is NPR news from Washington. China is experiencing a record heat wave, NPR's Emily fang says the hot summer is straining power supplies nationwide. River levels in southwestern siltron province are at historic lows. That's a problem because it gets about 80% of its electricity now from hydropower. The province is scrambling to provide enough electricity for an AC starved population of around 85 million as China goes through the worst recorded heat wave ever. Lasting over two months so far. Sichuan has also cut off power to most factories in the province until next weekend, hitting an already fragile economy battered by ongoing COVID controls. China says it will divert power from two other regional power grids to help with the power shortage. Emily fang and pure news. Ukraine is denying allegations from Moscow that Ukrainian secret services were responsible for a bombing that killed the daughter of Russian ultra nationalist Alexander dugan, Daria dugan, was killed near Moscow over the weekend when the SUV she was driving, exploded. Your State Department spokesman Ned price. I have no doubt that the Russians will investigate this. I also have no doubt that the Russians will put forward certain conclusions. All I can say from here is that Ukraine has denied any involvement and for our part we condemn the intentional targeting of civilians anywhere. An adviser to Ukraine's president describes allegations that Kyiv was behind the bombing as propaganda. I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations, other contributors include E CMC foundation, working to improve post secondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn more at EC, MC foundation dot org and the lemelson foundation. It's nice to have you with us here on WNYC. I'm janae Pierre. You'll see mostly cloudy skies throughout your Tuesday with highs in the upper 80s. There's a chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly before 8 p.m. the remainder of the night will be mostly clear with lows around 70°, and we'll see much of the sun on Wednesday. You can expect highs around 88°. On the next Ryan lair show, it's our informal unofficial thoroughly unscientific exit poll for primary day in New York State. Who are you voting for out of the dozen candidates in the tenth congressional

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Heavy rain floods streets across Dallas-Fort Worth area

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Heavy rain floods streets across Dallas-Fort Worth area

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting heavy rain flood streets across the Dallas Fort Worth area The drought stricken Dallas Fort Worth area was inundated by heavy rain Monday causing streets to flood and submerging vehicles as officials warned motorists to stay off the roads This is the sound of water spilling off white rock Lake The official national weather service records station at Dallas Fort Worth international airport reported 9.19 inches of rain in the 24 hours ending at 2 p.m. Monday That's the second highest rain total ever in the Dallas area over 24 hours Farther west near the Arizona New Mexico state line about 60 people were forced to evacuate after a levee was breached In Utah's Zion national park a woman who was swept away in a flash flood is still missing I'm Mike Gracia

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I watched Tucker Carlson every night. I bought the pillow. By the way, promo code Kirk at my pillow dot com, just so we're clear, okay? I have a closet full of relief factor I reverse mortgage my home. I have more gold than I would to do with. I have this Trump coin. I don't even know what it does. I've done everything that's been asked of me. Hey, that's a good start. That's the starter pack for an American patriot, okay? But let's be honest, what is the left fear the most? Citizens rising up. They fear you caring so much you're willing to spend time on a weekend to hear about this to become a better informed citizen. They care about you showing up to tyranny wherever it shows. By the way, in both Republican and Democrat circles because it's not just Democrats that are doing this at times. They care about they want to try to stop it in its tracks and they do this through a variety of ways. And I'll say this as quickly as I possibly can. Number one, too many Christians say, hey, Charlie, Jesus is coming next Thursday. Who cares? Now I know there'll be a lot of debates between pre trib and post trip. I'm pan trip. It's all going to pan out in the end, okay? Here's what I'll say. You guys can have spirited debates. Jesus said occupy till I come do not allow that to be an excuse to not act boldly and with courage. This is a beautiful moment. All of you have been waiting for this moment. You just didn't know what your entire life. You get your action gets to decide the future of a civilization. What a time to be alive. We are ascendant the other side is paranoid and worried and nervous. We have the truth. We have numbers. Yeah, they control Harvard The New York Times FBI and all that stuff. Who cares? We have the spirit of the lord. We have your action, your passion, your intensity. And I will close with this story from the greatest man who lived in the 20th century Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill was the only man smiling. The morning after Pearl Harbor. He walked into his war cabinet meeting with a thing of whisky and a cigar and he was chipper and more joyful than ever. He walks into the war cabinet meeting and everyone is somber and upset and he takes a sip of whisky. He says, gents, we have won the war. And someone says, what? He says it again. We have won the war. Someone had the courage to turn to him and say, have you lost your bloody mind? We're losing a thousand Royal Air force members a day. We barely got our troops out of Dunkirk. They're bombing London mercilessly. In fact, they bombed a hospital last night. Your approval ratings are so low, we need to microscopes to find your supporters. What do you mean we have won the war? And Churchill allows the silence to soak through the room and takes a puff of a cigar and other sip of whisky at being 9 a.m.. He then turns to his war cabinet and says, I have studied the Americans and got to know them rather well. They're a unique people. You see, they're slow to the party, but once Americans have awakened, I could tell you right now, my Friends, the war is over..

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Find some courage because we just overturned one of the worst demonic decisions in the history of our country. We've got to love on the cowardly pastors, bring them in, say, hey, we'll take the arrows for you. You got to speak clearly, and then sometimes they say, well, it's not very, it's not clear to me how the Bible speaks to the taste time. I'm like, wow, have you read Romans one? Like, hello. How about this? God created man and God created woman. How about you give a sermon on that? While our young people are being preyed on by government school predators and groomers, the clarity of the church is missing, but it's growing and changing the final category is the complicit church. The complicit church that goes out of their way for the seal of approval of the world, first Peter warns us about these types of churches, where the best one is where they have the gay flag outside of their church or the Black Lives Matter flag. And I just always, I always wonder, I say, who's approval, are they actually trying to seek? Some Instagram follower, the approval of the world. Now we should do everything with love and grace as Jesus commanded us. But I'll tell you, it's funny. The complicit pastors never want to talk to me. It's very interesting. But you could hear, here's the takeaway, though. 99.9% of the time, the complicit churches have bad politics because they have bad theology. If you say that, well, the Bible is a bunch of metaphors. Then your politics are going to be pretty awful. But if you believe the Bible is the inherent word of God, it will lead you to the truth in all things, from government to philosophy, politics, all the way down. I want to close with a couple of thoughts here, which is our future right now of America, which is the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world. It is not yet determined. It is all incumbent on our own action. I know that's why so many of you are here tonight. And my call for you tonight is not just to attend these events and get charged up. But to pray and fast for your nation. So the lord will speak to you through the Holy Spirit and show you what needs to be done. It could be anything from running from a school board running for a school board meeting. You could run from a school board, but I wouldn't yet they should be running from you, by the way. Okay, let's be very clear. You can, you can homeschool your children, God bless the American homeschooling population, by the way. There's so many things you can get engaged and get involved with. But no longer is this going to be a spectator sport. I know many of you came here tonight and you say Charlie, I've done everything that has been asked of me..

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More Lockdowns? We Don't Think So...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

More Lockdowns? We Don't Think So...

"They're trying to say, well, we need more lockdowns and you say, what do you need lockdowns for? And is it an interesting how the media covered the original reaction to the virus? Remember, they said, if you have church service on Easter, you're a super spreader. They were arresting pastors for defying these government ordinances. And some pastors, by the way, fell to the lie of Romans 13. So Roman's 13, by the way, this you could use this for all of your pastors and your friends. So Romans 13 says that you must submit to your governing authorities because they're there for your good. Now this is what's so beautiful about the founding fathers. Is the question must be, well, who's the governing authorities in America? We the people are the governing authorities. Not the mayor, not the governor, not the senator, and so when they tried to lock us down, the mayors were violating Romans 13 and we were staying, we were saying biblically obedience during all of it. But it's so interesting where they were so quick to go blame Christians as super spreaders. And yet you see what's happening and they're trying to shut down the country for monkeypox now. And by the way, this has just been so illuminating to me. Because they say, you know, we have to be very careful when we talk about monkeypox. Let me be very clear. I'm not afraid of getting monkeypox at all. And they were very quick to go after Christians to go lock down the entire society, but they don't want to say out loud. Oh, why is monkey puck spreading? Because I don't know, gay orgies in San Francisco are spreading it. And they said, well, you can't say I just did. I'll say it again, because gay orgies are spreading it in San Francisco, and we're not going to lock down our country over something I can't say out loud again.

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"You see this new movement that you are all part of is something that has got bubbling up from the bottom up and it's not even political. It is engaging in the spiritual because it's saying to the leaders of our society that we are willing to use our power to protect those that can not protect themselves. And isn't that the great example of whether or not a society is morally centered or not. Every major civilization that falls in crumbles turns their back on a nation's young people. Always. And isn't it interesting? You know, we were told for many years, we had Pride Month in June, whatever that is. And it was super like everywhere flags, this whole thing is like, are we a conquered country at this point? Where it's like you see the gay flag more than you see the United States of America flag? And by the way, I think some of us at some point said, you know what? Okay, whatever live and let live. When in reality, it's live and let them rule, not live and let live. And it goes in these steps. First, the step is, hey, you have to tolerate. The homosexual agenda, and you're like, that's kind of, okay, whatever. I think a lot of people say whatever. But then they say, okay, after you tolerate it, you must then participate. And then you must celebrate. Wait a second. That went a long way from tolerance to all of a sudden to participation in celebration. And isn't it interesting that after all these debates that have happened over the last couple of years, that where does it land? It ends with our children. And this is the fight in front of us right now. When historians look back at this moment in time, they will ask the question, did the people that had power do what might have been politically correct or unpopular to the media to protect those who could not protect themselves. That is the challenge in front of us everybody to say very firm lines. We're not going to put up with drag queen story hour in the local Fort Worth schools. We're not going to put up with child pornography and textbooks. We're not going to put up with this. And we as Christians, by the way, have a moral prerogative. To be in this fight. Jesus was very clear about what happens when you go after children. And we're starting to see the emergence of two political parties. We have the parents party, which we're all part of. And on the other side, we have the groomer's party or the perverts party. What do you want to call it? And by the way, the only way you defeat them is not just at the ballot box, but you must call out the lies and we must do it twice as hard as they've come after us because they're not going to go away. You see what's happening here and I deal with a lot of nations young people right now, this is the most depressed, suicidal, alcohol addicted, drug addicted, and psychiatric drug addicted generation in history. Our nation's young people are being targeted by the enemy. Being targeted as if they could be turned towards secular humanism. What an amazing opportunity. For those of us that are Christians for those of us that are patriots to say, we can now lead a revival to the very community that the enemy has targeted more than any other because this jet we just talked to an amazing group of young people. This generation has been told nothing but nihilistic and cynical lies. They've been told to stay at home 15 days to slow the spread. Go get the vaccine, wear a mask when you shower. Go post the black square because America is systemically racist. And at every single turn this generation, young people have been misled town this pattern of deceit and smugness and arrogance. What an opportunity for the body of Christ to rise up and say there is a beautiful life ahead of you. But first, you give your life to Jesus Christ, and you'll be free. From what is around you. We lock down the country, totally unnecessarily. For a, to try to protect a generation of which there was the virus posed little to no threat against them in the first place. And so now we have the last couple of years and we can look at what's happened in our country. And it's important that we recognize that it was not the virus that hurt young people. It was our reaction to the virus that hurt students and young people. And a lot of people say, well, students just need to work harder and apply themselves more. I think there's some truth to that. But more than anything else, we must recognize that those of us that are adults and all of us did this in one shape or form or whatsoever, we violated the moral promise, which is that adults are supposed to sacrifice their own livelihood for their children. Locking down schools will go down as one of the worst mistakes in the history of our country, and we will never allow our schools or our churches to be locked down again, period..

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Every Civilization That Crumbles Has Turned Their Backs on the Young

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Every Civilization That Crumbles Has Turned Their Backs on the Young

"This new movement that you are all part of is something that has got bubbling up from the bottom up and it's not even political. It is engaging in the spiritual because it's saying to the leaders of our society that we are willing to use our power to protect those that can not protect themselves. And isn't that the great example of whether or not a society is morally centered or not. Every major civilization that falls in crumbles turns their back on a nation's young people. Always. And isn't it interesting? You know, we were told for many years, we had Pride Month in June, whatever that is. And it was super like everywhere flags, this whole thing is like, are we a conquered country at this point? Where it's like you see the gay flag more than you see the United States of America flag? And by the way, I think some of us at some point said, you know what? Okay, whatever live and let live. When in reality, it's live and let them rule, not live and let live. And it goes in these steps. First, the step is, hey, you have to tolerate. The homosexual agenda, and you're like, that's kind of, okay, whatever. I think a lot of people say whatever. But then they say, okay, after you tolerate it, you must then participate. And then you must celebrate. Wait a second. That went a long way from tolerance to all of a sudden to participation in celebration. And isn't it interesting that after all these debates that have happened over the last couple of years, that where does it land? It ends with our children.

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That's why we are here. Hey everybody. Pastor mark's amazing. Honor to be here. And what an amazing job the flashpoint team does. It's just incredible. Thank you guys so much. I'm honored to be here. We had our incredible turning point USA student action summit last weekend. And flashpoint was there. We had 5000 students from across America and Tampa, Florida, 5000 students, and you might have saw somebody on television at something to say about our students. So we had this incredible event and while the events is going on, our security informs me Charlie, there are these neo Nazis outside. I'll be talking about that's weird. And mind you, they were all masked. And they had flags that looked like they just got purchased recently, very suspicious, and it happened right after the liberal protests. And so they're out there and I say, get rid of them if we can. They're on public property and this whole thing unfolds and our students God bless our students go out and say, get out of here, Nazi scum, the whole thing, right? And after a couple minutes, they leave and the press writes it up and we condemn the whole thing. And I thought that was the end of it. And so then the view, which I have to say, which I have to say, I think the view got more viewership this week than they have in a very long time. Where they start to talk about our event, joy behar starts to go on and then Whoopi Goldberg comes out and she's smears, say, they're big fans, right? Yeah, exact, so she says, amazingly, she says, the turning point USA team let the Nazis into our event and you guys are complicit. And it was hilarious, because right after the break, you could tell someone from the ABC News legal department gotten Whoopi's ear and she had to do a retraction. But her retraction was so awful that she was like, well, they were there with you metaphorically. They were, they were amongst you. And so this started a sequence of days of retractions and apologies from the view of which only started to get taken seriously when we sent them a cease and desist letter saying, if you move any further, we're going to have to sue you. And this is an important, this is an important thing, which is not about me. It's not even about turning point. It's about our 5000 students that were smeared by those smug arrogant Hollywood liberals. And the message that I think we need to bring forward right now is Christians and his conservatives and patriots is look, you could do whatever you want to me, but our children are off limits totally and completely end of story. We're not going to put up with that anymore. We are not going to allow our children to be smeared on television to be slandered. We're not going to allow our kids to be prescribed chemical castration drugs without parental notification. We're not going to allow these freak shows that they call drag queens to be happening and public spaces across the country..

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Looking Ahead to the British Open

Fore The People

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Looking Ahead to the British Open

"I am excited to watch the British open. I love watching an early, early morning golf, especially if it's a major. We can talk about it. We'll do another because we're doing more pods. We can have like a little preview with guys that we really do think who are Pixar after this deal. You know, obviously Tiger is playing Rory didn't play this week, him and Tiger have been going around Ireland playing courses chilling. Shit, man. There's a stack. There's a stacked field. It'll be fun to watch it 3 a.m. or whenever the hell it comes on. Yeah, so it comes on. I don't feel like Xander schauffele is through three holes right now. Okay? And what is it? It's ten 30 over here in Texas. I feel as if 6 hours, I think, from Texas. Yeah, but I feel like I feel like maybe it's, I remember like the lead groupie and through 9 at this point, right? Or something. I feel like they finished around lunchtime. But anyway, no, that's gonna be a hell of a hell of a deal next week. I love watching the British open. Besides the U.S. open, it's my second favorite major, then the masters, PGA, whatever. But I don't think anybody stopping Xander today. He's got a four shot lead currently over katayama and Ryan Palmer are Fort Worth boy, but RP. Yeah, I don't think anyone's stopping the X man. But next week, does Tiger make the cut, dude, I don't think he makes the cut. I just don't see Tiger ever playing great golf again. I mean, I think he could probably make the cut in a major here or there, but it's going to be cold and you saw how he played when it got cold in Tulsa. Southern hills that day. I mean, it was a nightmare. He did everything it could to break 80. If it's below 70° and his body's just not working that

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Why Justin Thomas Is an Early Favorite for the British Open

Fore The People

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Why Justin Thomas Is an Early Favorite for the British Open

"Like, who's your early favorite for saint Andrews to win? I mean, it's arguably the easiest open course where you can just send it all over the place. But there's a whole hell of a lot of course knowledge there. Right. Yeah, we have a live golf guy, Louie us Tyson, who won. Justin Thomas is my favorite. He's almost mine every week. Yeah, I think JT was there. Yeah. Most notably because I'm in a survivor pool. You're in Fort Worth Texas. I think you might be at it too, or you brought his in it, whatever. But I saved Justin Thomas for the British open this week. I have saved him all year, I've got a chance if I can finish the year strong to win this thing and it's like 80 grand to the winner or something. It's 700 bucks to get it. There's 500 or 600 people in a shitload of people, but anyway, I've saved Justin Thomas for the British open. I think Justin Thomas wins at saint Andrews. I know Colby two year also a friend of the pod has been on FTP Justin Thomas's personal trader. Is there with JT this week and next week, he's got his stable, the stables there. That's important. It's got more of a home feel to it when you've got your trainer and your swing coach, even when you're ten hours away at a different time zone, that's important. Little things like that make a big difference in a major championship or even in a even in a tournament where you're shit. And in 7 different time zones. It doesn't matter, but when you've got little things like that go on your way it makes a big difference. I got Justin Thomas at the British open saint Andrews. I mean, it's going to be a low score. It's going to be a low score. I saw a quote from JT. I think he played his first professional round at saint Andrews. And he said, the first fairway at saint Andrews is like a 120 yards wide. And he said, well, shit, if I well shit, if I can't hit this fairway, I might as well just never play professional golf and retire here. And he obviously piped it down the middle and she made $45 million ever since without joining the live tour, which is something in itself, but yeah, Justin Thomas is my favorite next week. I know that's an boring favorite because it's not really that out of

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Police in the Dallas Area Kill a Gunman Who Entered a Summer Camp

The Officer Tatum Show

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Police in the Dallas Area Kill a Gunman Who Entered a Summer Camp

"I want to talk a little bit about a story out of Dunkin VO Texas and follow my Texans out there if you live in a Dallas Fort Worth area. You know exactly where darker field is at, you know, where dark field DeSoto, all of these heavily populated black schools that are very successful, very successful in sports, there's some of the biggest schools in the state of Texas excel in academics. There's issues there like in any other school. But these are very big prominent schools in Dallas, Texas. Now duncanville, you ain't gonna hear this song. Nobody gonna talk about this, y'all, I already predicted. Maybe I am the Oracle. I will predict. That you ain't gonna see, nobody talking about this extensively on the mainstream news. In duncanville, I think at Dunkin field high school, they had a summer camp. And there was an idiot whom they will not name 'cause he's black. They don't even want to give his identity 'cause he's black. I would argue that he's black. I don't really know what color he is, but every time anytime you see it, he's a white man, they go white man white supremacists. But when he's a black man, they don't know what color it is. He's unidentified. And they called him a man. So if you're a man, you're 18, when you're 18, you can be identified. If you're not 18, you're youth, or you're a young person, you're a minor. They can not identify you. But they call them a man, unknown man. Comes up to the school. I don't know why he picked duncanville. Showed up. Pulled up in the lobby. Thought he was going to pull her Yuval. You know who's waiting for him in the lobby? Staff member with a gun. Staff member commences to get in a shootout with the guy in the lobby. He runs out of the lobby. He tries to go into, I believe, a big gymnasium, or another portion of the school, and you know what? He couldn't get in. Why couldn't get him, mister Tatum? 'cause the doors are locked. Well, he's still able to force entry in the door, he should be able to kick the door in. You can't. The doors at the school are designed to be impenetrable. Unless you have breaching tools or key and it does look like he had a key. But you know who had a key to his soul, the police officers. So they showed up and he got smoked.

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Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Thank you, everybody. It's a miracle. I'm here, actually. I just had a terrible back attack a couple days ago. For those of you that have had back pain in your life, you know what I'm talking about. So praise God, it turned around in a couple days. So thank you guys. What a great church. I think I always say you could tell a lot about a church by how they worship and you guys do it right. So praise God, it's an amazing honor to be here. Well, I want to say thank you. I had the privilege to meet in your past professor Landon when I was in D.C. on the mall with Sean foy and he came up to me and I'm looking at this guy and I'm thinking we just get out of high school. What's the deal? And then to see his passion and I had heard from Sean what he's accomplishing here in Fort Worth and then to come and meet you all passers as strong as his congregation and their accomplishing what they do because of what you do and I want to say thank you to all of you. And that's why I came all the way from California. I didn't come for anything other than to meet you because what you're doing in Fort Worth is absolutely epic. So clap for yourselves. God bless you guys. So Charlie and I met serendipitously a couple of years ago at a conservative radio thing and my son was telling me dad, you got to listen to this guy. I wasn't on social media. I don't do stuff like that. And how our lives intertwined. I didn't think a guy like him existed. A young man awakening the young and our nation to the concept of liberty that's not man's idea, but God's idea. And I'm watching him do this. And then the two of us became friends and I have the privilege. He calls me his pastor, although he's on the road 330 days a year. I don't know how that works, but anyways. But it's been an absolute joy and I wanted to say that sitting up here with Charlie watching what God is doing in and through turning point. He started when he was 18 years old. He took a gap year and didn't go to college. He was seeking an appointment to West Point. And he just stepped into the middle of it. It's now ten years in the process and what God has done, the first year he ever spoke at was ours. And I'm like, Charlie, why don't you speak another church is? And he was struggling over and I just said, I think you're one of the best preachers in America. Well, that was the wrong thing to do because a minute he spoke in our church and I told people about it, he can't come back now because he's been in churches all across the country and that God is doing an amazing work. And again, please welcome my dear brother and friend Charlie Kirk again. Thank you. So. I asked rob to come up here just so we could have a kind of back and forth, rob is the type of pastor we need more of. And you know, when I started to speak at churches, you have to understand, I was raised Presbyterian. So, you know, you would be kicked out of the church for worshiping the way you guys were doing. Whatever that is, not going to happen in mainline, presbyterianism. The chosen frozen. That's right. Their idea. Their idea of getting really excited about worship was like a finger. Maybe if you really start to feel it. And so I had a very specific idea in my head of what I thought the church would do and it's kind of its role. So then my family left the Presbyterian Church. We went to a evangelical church in the suburbs of Chicago, great Bible believing church. I gave my life to the lord and I was in 5th grade, but it was beat into me from a young age. You do not talk about politics, morals, none of that stuff from the church. Which never really made a lot of sense to me, but it became really kind of just part of church dogma, if you will. And I thought that any church that would do this was blurring the lines and they weren't being scriptural or biblical. And so I went and I met rob at this event and I couldn't believe someone like him existed. A pastor that was bold and was a mayor and also a pastor and was speaking out on these issues and these topics. So when I spoke at rob's church, I was blown away that a church like that actually existed. And then of course, the virus happened and our awful reaction to it, which were the lockdowns, obviously, the worst mistake made in modern American history, which was locking down the healthy to try to save us from the sick. The dumbest thing we've done, and the only places that were open were churches like this that were boldly and courageously understanding that the church should never close..

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"fort worth" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Craig and Craig and Fort Worth Hello Craig Hey go ahead Okay I just wanted to say first of all I love you to death Thank you But thank you Yes All right But yeah I was just calling about the rule pundit when he was on this morning He was talking about how these parents think they know so much about education and the curriculum But as I recall over the past 20 or 30 years I don't hear the third talk about what public school Warren had generally been a doctorate But yet during the lockdown what did we hear Open up schools We can't make without two Yeah They found out where people was really like when they had to do it at home on their own And the food that people you have to have real skills and abilities to deal with different types of personalities that you guys experienced Yes teachers should have some sort of training That's apparently a shock to some people But yes thank you Craig I appreciate oh is this just happened on Saturday night in Massachusetts But a car plot into protesters who are out protesting the rittenhouse acquit in Massachusetts Vigilante driver plows into group protesting Kyle rittenhouse quid which yeah we obviously thought that's what this was last night Apparently it did happen Yeah it's weird It's almost like there's some connection between us making laws saying that it's okay if you plow into protesters or stand your ground and shoot someone Yeah Does this thing give me so many flashbacks to Zimmerman You're white Yeah This is none of your Can we make if we need to turn out in record numbers We need to make stay the in your house and mind your own business laws Can we do that There's a direct line from Zimmerman to rittenhouse and it's making it easier for people to run for Congress That's not pissed I'm getting We are not a good one We know how I live my life I stay in my house right I'm going to do a state of your house law If I have to do what everybody does I mean one of the takes COVID lockdown seriously but also just mind your own I'm going to call it the Gladys Kravitz law I don't really mind your business All her is that you're gonna run against Adam Schiff for Congress Right It's like oh there's a black kid with skittles I better get out there and go see what And then what happens is you know they get their ass kicked and they're like oh I'm just gonna shoot him to death now 'cause I got my ass kicked right Right I need you to get your ass kicked because you won't mind your business is staying in the house The opposition will not need to do any research on you because it's all out there Yeah That's right That little tirade right there is actually going to be the commercial that lasted runs against you To keep you from time to get settled It's your district I mean if he's become a president or something else that's in my if there's an opening It's not my wish list It's on my vision board Adam chip president You have a vision board It's a great honor It involves Adam Schiff being president Yes Glitter and macaroni The only thing on it You made it with Annie's kid clock And then I just automatically get appointed congressman's district And I exclusively on my potholes and also the state of your house bill Okay 45 minutes It's gonna be a just for everything for vigilantism for COVID just stayed in your house and nothing bad will happen Glad is Kevin's shut up 45 minutes It's a shut the uphill That's what it is Yeah Okay 46 minutes after the hour this portion of the Stephanie Miller show brought to you by we're having a public off While we're asking company Travis made Pollock I may pout I've never had it before It was delicious Very delightful Yes I put it in my stir fry You made an amazing pasta Cooked so fast Like literally cooked in the sauce in like less than 5 minutes Can I take the rest of the time to speak of the spot prawns Yes I need to know more about these Oh my God they're so good Do you know how like you can tell really good prongs or shrimp from the texture Oh my God they're perfect They're perfect Okay they completed me I'm just saying I made it with the Pollock and spot prawns Ha ha I want up to Okay just freezing it at the height of freshman's That's the whole key to while the asking company They freeze it almost as soon as they catch it and bam Right now while the lesson companies running their Black Friday special check this out when you sign up today you get a free wild seafood and Cedar bundle with your first box This is a free gift It's worth $85 This is what we got It includes two Cedar planks I'm gonna use those I totally forgot about that You can get those that would smoke flavor right from your oven at home 8 ounces of the spot prawns that I love 8 ounces of that cold smoked sockeye salmon in 12 ounces of wild Alaskan Pollock which is amazing Oh my God already like chunk.

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"fort worth" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Go home and you know. We had a lot of people though who became super bought into it. And so as we've now we the inflection point for us was the ten 10x from mid stays to apache and getting through that was critical. Because then you know anything else be warned temporary double the size of the company again But we had all the guys from apache who were there like. I said they're the preceding older brothers. So like they they were there to help mentor. The new guys bring them along and so as we've built it now it's it's very sustainable and scalable. yeah everything we wanted to do since day. One has always been about making scalable because you can't go operate two hundred thousand wells if you don't have the systems in place to go out scale quickly and so that's why we've had the investment attack. That's why we've had the investment in culture. Yeah because those are the things that If you can get those right you can skelly assets actually pretty easily does the tcp program or something sort of like that kind of extend to the engineers in the office. it doesn't. that's awesome. I look at hand engineers. I think there's some interest in our fort worth employee base of having equivalent program but You know our guys are really special and you know are living totally different life than our. Our people in fort worth are living and I think we need to respect that. And give them something. That's unique you're gonna be you're gonna have you're in boston. Could be swamped with field guys. No that's that's what special to me about here. I come from a background. And i know what it's like to you know. No one gives a shit about you. Know your hand and so it's like why would you take initiative to do things better than all of a sudden companies like. Hey you're this valuable and we wanna reward you for creating more value. It's completely flipped the script. And so that's a really unique. So on this podcast. It's really funny because we have extremely intelligent people come on here you know. Data scientists engineers geophysicist sort of you know. Create a bad ass technologies but our top downloaded podcasts. Always impede guys so people are always just you know. There's kind of this There just the ski curiosity of creating. emp like people are fascinated by their masochistic. So that's kind of how. I was on a phone call someone yesterday and he told me he's like yeah. You know i'm twenty five percent working interest owner about thirteen hundred wells as i'm sorry to hear the head terrible but you know there's a lot of people that are listening that are interested in starting in emp. What advice you have to those types of people that are interested like i. I know. I have several buddies. That are slowly building up production. You know they're they're pumpers other picking up tin wells here ten wells there. Yeah it is like they started doing it last year. You know in the in the thick of things.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Matt Krause of Fort Worth, joins two other Republicans and challenging Attorney General Ken Paxton and his run for reelection. Cross says he knows it's a crowded field feel that, uh, that's one where we can win and that there's a path and a need there for somebody such as ourselves in that faithful, conservative fighter laying, Uh, there's a path there and there's a need there. The other challengers include former Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman and Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. Crafts will not seek 1/6 term in the State House. We spent a lot of time this morning bashing Facebook and this Wall Street Journal report that makes Facebook seems like they've been intentionally trying to stir the pot and make you mad because it increases their engagement. It kind of makes me feel like Tic Tac is the It's the humble, naive, sweet little fund social media. Now with the comedy and the goofy dancing and just the fun stuff without all the Annoying politics Well, there's some corner of ticktock that are corners of tiktok that are causing problems and now students in the Allen independent store school district Are being warned against participating in this tiktok challenge. The challenge is called dangerous licks, and it encourages kids to steal toilet paper soap dispenser, sinks and other items from bathrooms. Some schools in the Allen I SD are missing these items. A letter was sent home to parents stating the district would enhance consequences for students caught vandalising bathrooms. Punishment could range from suspension to being referred to law enforcement. Freedom. Ross K. L I F new Now. I don't blame tiktok for this at all, Because I think people are gonna be people and teenagers are gonna be teenagers. But come on, man like We're really to a point where because it's a trending challenge. We're going to just try to be cool teenagers and steal toilet paper and paper towels and vandalized the bathrooms. This is ridiculous, man. I hate that We have to do this. But I mean, at least this is less dangerous than the what was it the snorting condom challenge that existed for a little while and the eating cereal out of another persons mouth. There's some really weird social media challenges that went viral, not saying this one is great. But I mean, it could be worse. Just just be smart Kids. Just be smart. It's a 10. Now at Kale, I have coming up at 8 17 Franks Witek from one guy's opinion dot com Going to review some new movies with us quite a variety of movies. He's going to tell us about that's coming up next. Right now at Calif. It's 8 10. It's a nonstop.

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"fort worth" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on Weird AF News

"How about that. Can we put it in writing. Okay i love most about this story. Is that the thief. Just decided to negotiate at some point. It doesn't always happen. It certainly doesn't happen in the united states. Just shoot you dead. They don't offer you to have to sleep with their wife or anything it's just you just. You're dead this guy's like all right. I'm going to take your stuff. But i'm a reasonable person. I'm going to offer some restitution. Hey you might even have a good time. A gunman in texas was stoned to death. That's right stoned to death. This is twenty twenty one not sixteen twenty one still stoning people to death. I need more information. Fort worth texas a group of citizens in fort worth stoned. A gunman to death after a shooting killed one and injured a others. This occurred just before one. Am on monday. Investigators say a man just started firing at a crowd in fort worth. This is what they do in my country. Just fire into a crowd. Just find a crowd and they'll fire into it. yeah kid rock concert the mall the slip and slide. It doesn't matter. They'll find a crowd the waterpark. They'll just go. What does it bingo just fire into a bingo crowd. Nobody cares just guns gun. Gun gun. Firing firing democrats so he fired into a crowd but i like the citizens took it into their own hands because a person died. Two others are hurt. The crowd started throwing gardening stones. Gardening stones that killed the gunman. It's insane unbelievable. It's not clear what exactly led up to the shooting yet. Like we like we can even figure this shit out. Nobody knows this just happens. It's just people just shoot into crowds. It's just unbelievable. I and josie. Why are you having babies. I dunno because people are just shooting into crowds at kroger. The police have only said that it started with some kind of disturbance had started with a disturbance. All right the click of a gun. Police also say the people involved all knew each other at this point. No names have been released regarding the stoning in the shooting. That's the end of the article. I got no what the heck. I'm gonna look at another one. Hold on okay. I've found that they're actually landscaping bricks. That's what was thrown at them. It says here. He was struck multiple times with at least one brick and was pronounced dead at the seen. It says the shooter had been attending this actual small backyard gathering at home but became upset and then left and then came back and with a gun was shooting. Shooting was when he went. He thought he was getting some some beef ribs instead. It was vegan and he was very upset. This is what happens. People are crazy about their vegan diets. They'll come back with a gun at a barbecue. They're not all right. I'm not. I shouldn't make light of this. Let's talk about the real issue here that i'm fascinated by is that they just stone this mo fo to death. I mean that's just crazy. This is like some old school where you know back in the day before there was an actual justice system. You know an angry mob. That was the village would. Just take you. Then just you know enacted justice any way they saw fit. It could have been stoning drowning. Maybe they did something. You've ever heard of drawn and quartered. Oh goodness josie. What's drawn and quartered. I'm glad you asked. That's when they tie all of your limbs each separate limb to a horse then they give it they do a little slice at the base of each limb and then they go. Yeah and then the horses all go in opposite directions directions and they just pull your limbs off you. Yeah they did that as well..

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"fort worth" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Tirelessly every day to to gain the respect admiration from people all across work even knows. It may not have voted for me. That's okay right now on their mayor. And we're gonna work with everybody. What's the number one thing i know. I don't know if you plan on doing this for ten years like betsy. price dead. two years four years six years everything can change over time. We know life changes. If you could just say one thing in fort worth what would that be. The number one thing is going to be working together and showing people across this country that despite our pop political differences you cannot take your mobile corner and get anything done. We are going to be an example in the city of worth what it looks like to be smart and focused. Well your sleeves and work together. They're going to be moments when things rub and it doesn't look pretty and that's okay for the most part. This community has to be an example. Because that's really who we are fort worth. And i think if we get that right but things i wanna do. -ccomplish our economy relocation entrepreneurship innovation factors. People flocking to fort worth for the right reasons. And that's what excites me about. Being this. the next four all right sounds good. We're looking forward to talk to you again. Mattie parker the fort worth mayor elect by the way the bars been set. Pretty high in terms of marathons and biking from the command. I know and i'm not great on a bike. A little cleanliness guy so they have to stick to running running. I turned it on the very day. Everybody thank you. There's matty park in. The fourth mayor elect takes over next week. I think betsy price Steps out of office office. We hope to talk to her again soon. right now. Eight thirty seven time for traffic here is bill jackson..

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"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Office is in Dallas Fort Worth and ST Louis. Joseph Cordell, principal partner. We're gonna try to do something with the 25th amendment. It's the stuff people are talking about because he's mentally incapable was talking. $20 g A P w b a p dot com 7 19 b A P, How we were Gonna talk about what's happening is we're gonna move that 7 37 Okay, very, very, you know, because we wait. We've got some audio from yesterday's mayoral runoff forum. Yes, from Fort Worth that we need to play. All right. We need when you get into a couple of these, if you don't mind. No, this is this is good stuff. Yes. So you got Manny Parker Parker? You got Debra People's the two candidates right on. We've got audio from both of them in. Let's hear a couple of cuts here from Let's start with Matty Parker. This is talking about education. You know, a lot has been made about Teret County education. And how does that affect economic development? All right, Here's what Here's what she had to say about that. I don't care if your student goes to a charter school, a public school, private school or his home schooled. Every single student deserves access to a quality education in Tarrant County. Until we take that responsibility seriously, our economic development efforts will continue to stall. Good point there. I mean, education is important. Her. Yes, it is. Without a doubt. I mean, everything she said. Right there is Hard to argue. Yeah. You know? So what was what was the argument here? What was that back? No real argument this week. No real back and forth on that one. Deborah did talk about higher wages and the importance of that. And how do you get to that? And we have to make sure there were supporting them so that they can pay higher wages. They can hire more people. And that is one of the things that I want to do is work with the chambers to make sure that we're reaching all of those small businesses that are the lifeblood of our city. Yeah, she said, Hey, we gotta support small businesses. What can we do? To support small businesses with which employ a lot of people. Very true. Nothing. Nothing wrong there. Yes, but who does? Yes, right. And so so largely anything argue with there, and that one of the things she talked about was making sure that small businesses in certain communities. Had all the assistance so they needed. My plan is to look at those underutilized neighborhoods and focus on them and you won't hear me spouting statistics. You're gonna see me hands on in the community working with the black chamber working with the Hispanic chamber working with the Asian American chamber to make sure that we're providing those opportunities. So, she said, she's gonna look to those neighborhoods that, as she referred to are underutilized. To assist them. Those neighborhoods. I would I would say a lot of those neighborhoods need a lot of help. Yes. Then they do need Business, and but they've got to be supported. What you put those businesses in there? They've gotta be supported. Sure, both of them here, kind of talking about what you do in these neighborhoods. How can how can you assist them was for this. We should be moving and taking builders to areas around the city that had been underutilized. We understand the generational wealth gap exists between black and Latino families. Because of homeownership. What are we gonna do is a responsible city government to make sure making his opportunities are available to all people in for worth. Yes. So you're Deborah People's talking about how you're gonna take builders to that city to those parts of the city that have been underutilized in what many? Parker was saying. There's you've got to make sure that folks could buy the homes to what are you doing to ensure they could get access to the loans. We got more audio from yesterday's mayoral form. We'll do that after we check traffic,.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fort Worth on I 35 W Samppa Did Bass would Boulevard There's a collision on the right shoulder. It's backed up past Heritage Trace Parkway with Kayla of Traffic on the fives High Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. If you're coming in from the South this morning, there could be some areas of freezing fog, which would make bridges and overpasses. Pretty selective. Pretty hard to detect to. That area is roughly from Hillsboro on down to Waco, including Athens. Of course I can. Coming up from Bryan College Station. Everything warms up, though, after daybreak, mostly sunny and 52 for the high here today, low near freezing tonight High near 59 Tomorrow and 60 on Thursday. We will cool off to the upper fifties Friday and Saturday habit Kunar with only lower fifties for the high on Sunday, no rain until early next week. I'm k l I f W b 80 meteorologist brand, Barton. 29 degrees and round let right now it's 29. Hearst and 28 in dollars Dallas Fort Worth is Glenn back. The answer does not lie in Washington. The problems lie in Washington. So the states that you live in. You should urge them to become sanctuary states that we are a sanctuary for the bill of Rights and anything that violates the bill of Rights. This state won't do Join me from nine till noon. Live from the Metroplex. Right here on real news and information. 5 70 K l i f Huh? Me? Me? Me. Me, me. Me, but also you, Farrell, Fast forwards His favorite porn film. Powdered doughnut. Okay, What's my line? Three Only line I see here on the script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive man. That's a time twister, huh? I'm sorry. I'm gonna need a few more minutes. Hold this world risk the bulbous.

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"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Hala Brian with you till Nine o'clock this morning. So the S M U basketball players decided not to honor America in like two. And you have to ask yourself that affects me how you know exactly what that would do. Nothing They could do affects me exactly. You know, I'm so glad. I'm glad they made themselves feel good. But that does not affect me. None. Do I want Was there thinking, Okay? We're gonna on America by By not honoring America, but not honoring America yet. Well, I I'll let you in a little something for the Armed Forces Bowl. I think I told you this how in Fort Worth every year, the annual tradition Is that the teams around for the national anthem, which is not necessarily the case in college football, you know, usually the teams are out exactly right. But Tulsa and Mississippi State both refused to come out for the national anthem for the armed forces will Well, we have. We have really deep problems. My thing on that is, you know, I blame. I blame the coaches. We're not saying Get your budget there. It's the armed Forces Bowl. Well, that means the coaches feel the same way as the players do. I don't know that Mike Leach feels that way. I don't know it felt Montgomery feels that way. But what has happened is because they're so or concerned about recruiting. They're not willing to try to grow young men up of the vulgarity. Go and hold him accountable. It's all about winning. Yes, story in the morning, you said Jankovich pointed out. The prior to last night. They've been the only team in their conference that has come out for every game to stand for the national anthem. The Mustangs players But last night, they decided not to Okay in lieu of what it happened again. Well, it's I'll say the same thing. So to honor America, they Didn't honor America, right? A day later. We have a new video from the president. Um, we have a new tone. From the president. I've got it. I've got an observation. If you don't mind, Hmm. A peaceful transition of power. Yes. Shouldn't be leadership instead of power. Wait, Uh, don't splitting hairs. Yeah, I don't know that anybody's ever thought about that. You're the deep faker coming up with that one. You're appeasing me here. No, no, no. I mean, I never even I've never gotten bored more than six inches deep. So the Yeah, I see what you're saying. The optics of the word power. The transition of power, but he's often referred to as the most powerful man in the world. Yes, and the party that's in power. Yes, you know. Never mind. Then it may separate from leadership because you have leadership on both parties, whether they're in power or not. But the president took a different tone in later on in our show how we need to hear from our listeners. To see if they're taking a different tone like the president. Mm as well. Here's what shall we just hear from the president? I think it's important. I think it's very important. You're not gonna hear from him on Facebook. So that's right. He's still locked out of Facebook is believe so. Yeah, Here's what he said yesterday. This is President Donald Trump. I would like to begin by addressing the heinous attack on the United States Capitol. Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, lawlessness and mayhem. I immediately deployed the National Guard. And federal law enforcement to secure the building and expel the intruders. America is and must always be a nation of law and order. The demonstrators who infiltrated the capital have defiled the seat of American democracy to those who engaged in the acts of violence and destruction. You do not represent our country And to those who broke the law you will pay. We have just been through an intense election and emotions are high. But now tempers must be cooled and calm restored. We must get on with the business of America. My campaign vigorously pursued every legal avenue to contest the election results. My only goal was to ensure the integrity of the vote. And so doing, I was fighting to defend American democracy. I continue to strongly believe that we must reform our election laws to verify the identity and eligibility of all voters. And to ensure faith and confidence in all.

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