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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"This. Thank you to my guests. Josh mitchell you can read more about the student. Loan debt crisis in america on our show page at newt's world dot com neutral has produced by gingrich sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. Our work for the show was created by steve finley special. Thanks to the team gingrich. Very sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral consign up from three free weekly columns gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm newt gingrich. This is new. Finding.

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

06:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Design this. It's a level of chaos and the level of being beyond control. That were very uncomfortable. And i think that we underestimate how many places there are in the world. There were not able to impose civilization in our terms because they have layers of resistance. That are you know. Centuries deep and our life and death. Well that's right. I mean and the other country. That's near somalia. That comes to mind like that his yemen. You've done this very similar thing. We've invested a lot of money a lot of time a lot of troops. Tm in most of it again is out of the headlines or not on tv but you know yemen somalia to countries where yes. There is strong jihadist presence. Yes there's people who are affiliated with al qaeda not trying to minimize that threat. But we've never really figured out a long-term effective strategy for containing insurgencies or containing the terrorist threat from those countries in that regard. And that's something on still worry about. It's not just afghanistan although certainly you know with the taliban chargers legitimate reason to worry there too but there's all sorts of countries like this we can turn to china. All we want at the pentagon that's important i'm trying to dismiss that but the rest of the world's gonna keep percolating. We still haven't figured out a way to confront or deal with these threats ineffective an effective and manageable manner well. In the most populous country in sub saharan africa nigeria and boko haram is a very real threat and we don't have any kind of strategy for seriously helping the nigerian government win that struggle as an example. You say i have two last questions for one is because you've already been covering all this before you got into the stockings so you had years of experience. What was the biggest surprise to you. The biggest surprise in these interviews notes and transcripts were just the frank. Admission of failure of people saying they didn't know what they were doing there. Two in particular there was lieutenant general. Doug lute who the warriors are at the white house under bush and obama and he said we were devoid of a fundamental understanding of afghanistan. He said twenty four hundred lives lost. Who will say this was in vain and for an army general to suggest that when he refers to twenty four hundred lives loss. Of course he tell you about the number of us. Troops have been killed but even suggest the possibility that those lies may have been lost in wien. That's just assange. Because they never do that in the military. You always venerate the sacrifice matter what the situation was and i'm not criticizing here. I think he was being honest. But he's raising this very basic question. What did we accomplish afghanistan. Why did we have to pay this price. The other thing there was an interview with richard voucher who had been in charge at the state department of art diplomacy in south asia including afghanistan underbush. And he said very simply. We didn't know what we were doing. We didn't know what we're doing in afghanistan so here. These senior officials admit that we just plain didn't know what we were doing drugs. You'd never expect somebody to say that right. You always assume that they would be self critical. But just so bluntly admitted. They didn't know what they were doing in america's longest war. That's pretty astonishing and it still sits with me today like that and it's sobering that not having had a strategy people at a very senior level. Didn't stop and say you know we have better hammer out a strategy before we go much further. I mean these things are hard. This world war on the allied side was done recently because yet the americans and the british show work together. They had to actually sit in a room and hammer out a strategy. They couldn't afford to just do everything and they knew it. I mean they were very very aware that you couldn't just throw resources randomly around the planet but that whole discipline has somehow been lost. You see this under obama. When general stanley mcchrystal took over in two thousand ninety he and obama tried to come up with a new strategy mean enhanced counterinsurgency strategy but in the documents. We've paid for the book. There's an interview with a nato official who saying that mcchrystal's original strategy review the seventy page. Report that was shared with our allies. It barely mentioned. Al qaeda just talked about defeating the insurgency in afghanistan but this nato officials said of course the whole reason. We're supposed to be there because of al-qaeda so we get mcchrystal to put it back in right. you know. it was just even at that level. Even when they're doing this major strategy review that has all the time and attention of the white house and the pentagon these still lost sight of why we were there and i was shocked by that. So my last question for you because you've done extrordinary work. This is a major contribution. I which i hope that the professional military education people will take seriously and continue to buy your book for many many years to come. But i'm just curious because you're such a great investigative reporter. What your next big project. While so i have another book working on about a guy named fat leonard and he was a defense contractor to the us navy in asia. He's a malaysian and this became the biggest corruption scandal in. Us military history. This is a case where or than two dozen. Us navy officers have been convicted of bribery related charges. And it's a story of how this sort of fantastic character a malaysian who supplied. Us ships in asia was able to penetrate the navy at very high level. So that's my next project. I hope when the book comes out you'll come back into another podcast because at your fascinating and you do very important original work. And i commend. You and i hope that this podcast will help sell a few more books. Thanks very much for having me. I really enjoyed the discussion and appreciate it. Thank you to my guests craig. Whitlock you can learn more about the twenty year worn afghanistan on our show page at newsworld dot com mitch. World is produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie meyers. Our producer is garnsey. Sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steve penalty. Special thanks to the team of gingrich three sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now. 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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

06:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"They're suffering right now so they feel it in. Hopefully we'll have the opportunity to make the capella case in reminding them of the opportunities that are in front of them. We need change. we need change in oregon. That's for sir. Is the financial and organizational power of the unions the biggest impediment to having a real reform tickets day would that do you think it's a major impediment but the other thing that we have accepted we have to build into this. Is our states changing. Its population is changing and we need to recognize that on the republican side of the aisle the approach that would have been the right republican approach for my generation or my parents generation. Our workforces changed the people who live here are transplants from other places in the country. Because it's a beautiful state to live in for coming up from california coming down from seattle. You can afford a place here. Even though it's very expensive you can still buy nice place here and in you know. Put down roots that changes what people want to talk about it what they care about and we need to be responsive to that and i think we are and i think that we will be competitive but we do look at our playbook ourselves and say we care about what they care about. We just need to talk about it in a way that resonates with them because we are committed to the future of the stages like they are. We just need to lay out our clearly. We'll take responsibility for that too. It's not just unions. Amy strong good candidates full funding in a message that resonates in leads to a brighter future for our state. Portland is so big as part of the state. We don't you have to be if not competitive at least relatively getting a fairly good number of oakland portland if you're gonna win stay wad state wide races. Everybody says you just have to lose veterans than blazes. Maybe one of those places where you just have to lose better there you talk to some of the democrat legislator serving in portland and they will say that in their own districts. There are portions of that city that are so extreme. Democrats are progressive enough for them and it's hard to imagine a more extreme dream the legislature simply have in the democrat party serving the legislature. Here that i see every day but they say that they are to democrat and you know sort of chew institutional for a lot of their own constituents so oregon definitely has some extremes in in struggle right. Now it's funny as my favorite bumper sticker. I saw the other day picking up my daughter at school. In one of the cars parked there it had particular. Said weird isn't working. That is is right now. My friends in portland weird is just not working. I've watched the seattle washington city council. And i think it actually has a majority. That's weird it's not just minority and you kind of wonder how these people got their. It's sort of amazing but you're right. The time i visited oregon. It is such a beautiful state and the quality of life in general is so nice that i can see why people don't quite get around to focusing on how irritated they must be because too many other good things to do. There's a lot of things to do. It's beautiful. I love my home state and i understand when people come here. I understand with love it but we definitely need to restore morgan. Isa's that is a lot more balanced not just the extreme edges of things. We came out a number of years ago for congressman bob smith who add worked for the agriculture committee and he arranged for us to go salmon fishing. She caught a bigger salmon than i did. so her. Son for oregon between that and spectacular winds that oregon produces clusters. A big fan. Won't come on come visit. You don't have to go to portland. It's spectacular and i'm thrilled. The you're willing to spend partier live doing this. I think people need to understand. That self-government requires some people to really invest an amazing amount of time and energy and do things but on the other hand sometimes sense of reward. You feel when you've actually gotten something done is so amazing as sort of legitimizes how you've spent your life so i'm really grateful to you and i hope you're gonna continue to be very active and doing these things. And we'll have a link to the oregon bill on our show page at neutral world dot com so our listeners can review it. I wish you all across the board on all the things. You're doing to try to help lead oregon back into the real world. They he it his cell phone to speak with you today. Too difficult topic. I wish we were talking something more positive and not something. That's such a challenge for my state but it has been just a real leisure with you today. So thank you for having me. Thank you to my guest. Oregon state house minority leader representative christine drizzle. You can learn more about oregon's decision to change our education standards on our show page admits world dot com new two hours produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie meyers. Our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steep penalty special. Thanks to the team had gingrich. We sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now. Listeners of world can sign up for my three free weekly columns a gingrich three sixty dot com slash news. Look i'm newt. Gingrich.

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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

06:28 min | Last month

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Would you mind just for a couple of minutes describing the university you're working with because it is in terms of a positive future and the kind of innovation that has made america remarkable country. I think you may be onto something really big well. I'm sure you feel the same way. Higher education is really important. We still have a comparative advantage in that space. Among the things. I typically say to people in this is in china overtaking. Yeah in some areas. They are but answer this question. How long is the line of people trying to get into the united states. And how long is the line of people trying to get into china. As far as i can tell there's no line trying to get into china and there's a very long line trying to get an ear in part because our university systems the challenge. It seems to me it is very much like the pentagon there's a tendency to get bureaucratized and change his heart. I mean if you talked to anybody in higher education about changing the general education curriculum. They'll describe it like a failed military campaign so we begin. Newt by saying you can teach human beings how to think critically and every university has it on their website and very few actually start and say how do you do it. This lots of research on how people learn and how they organize themselves think so our first year. We teach undergraduates out. I think it's completely need blind. We don't use the sat or the act. Those things are far. As i'm concerned they're rigged so if you're accepted that's when you look at your financial capacity. We don't try to get geographical diversity as well as just the across the line and the second thing would do should say. We're not gonna spend pani unless you can actually demonstrate. It's adding value to the cost so we built a virtual classroom. Open your laptop and you go to class. Meaning i can recruit faculty all over the country. I can recruit students all over the world. You don't need to physically be where the school itself is being taught although it is a residential program our kids come to san francisco the first year a spend an entire year essentially learning how to think acquiring the habits of mind do simple things and then they select what they're going to study. They go to six different countries one each semester for the next two years before they graduate. But we're collecting data all the time. We value it our faculty. Ross awkward we evaluate our students. We take net promoter. Scores were constantly changing the curriculum. We don't have to have meetings to change the curriculum because the data we collect shows us what works and what doesn't work. We have a long line of faculty that wanna teach minerva in spite of the fact that we don't have tenure in part because we want to maintain a very high standard of teaching. And as you know we can be a great teacher. One year lousy teacher the next which just because i lose interest in doing it or something happens on my life. So if you've talked to the students they'll tell you why they like what manoeuvres is offering and we put almost as much time in the extracurricular work with businesses not for profits government. So they learn as you. And i have learned when you're doing problem solving oftentimes choices between bad and terrible. It's not between good and lousy. It's bad and terrible and you gotta make a decision and the bad news is sometimes you make a good decision. Sometimes you don't but you gotta live with it either way you can't point the finger and blame it on society you gotta step up and accept responsibility for so. These are the sorts of things that we're doing. That's quite exciting. We just got regional accreditation from wasco. Now the chairman of it. We just recruited our first president. And it's fun because it is important. We have six hundred students republic. Go to twelve or fifteen hundred and you could see these young people. They're going to be leaders. They're going to be problem. Solvers in the private sector government. They're going to be able to do things they wouldn't have been able to do without the opportunity to go into the school so people can find it. What's the euro listeners. Can find all they need to know about manoeuvres. University on the website is minerva dot. Edu we'll put it on our show page where people can link to it. I remember you talking to me. I think almost ten years ago about this concept. I ve always been fascinated by it and i think we need this kind of renewal in this kind of innovative thinking to continue probing what's possible and self-government essential that individuals acquire the past think critically and all too often. They tend to orient or they're expected to be the most important thing for somebody who's thinking critically has having the courage necessary if they're the only one in a group of one hundred that saying no everybody else's saying yes they gotta say. No you gotta have the courage to stand up and tell people what you actually believe. Based upon your own analysis it does get shut down too often today in part. Because you know wait a minute. People are woke. And you know they don't want to have anything that's offensive said out loud but in part because it's hard it much rather get around of applause and get booed. Listen i really appreciate your taking the time to be with us today. It's always invigorating to talk with you because you're mind never stops. Why really loved when. We were co-chairing things alzheimer's one particular. We've made an impact. That was good. That was good work. I remember when you and i reported to the senate. The largest number of senators. I'd ever seen at that kind of a hearing and was because every one of them had a family connection alzheimer's their interest in our report was very personal. Thank you to my guest. And good friends. Senator bob kerrey. You can read more about the twentieth anniversary of the september eleventh attacks and you can also be connected to minerva university on our show page at newsworld dot. Com neutral world is produced by gangs sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steve finley special. Thanks to the team had gingrich three sixty. If you've been enjoying newt's world. I hope go apple podcast and both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now. Listeners of neutral can sign up for my three free weekly columns gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm newt gingrich..

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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

06:35 min | Last month

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Then that's a recipe for some level of success. I think ben. I've been working on. This new project called the american majority project and one of the results. We came up with his. If you use the term free enterprise capitalism and you use the term big government socialism it turns out to be a fifty nine to sixteen distinction when you consider that every single democratic senator and hurried single democratic house member voted for bernie sanders three point five trillion dollar big government socialist bill. I just think there's an opportunity here for two thousand twenty two to be dramatically bigger election than people expect. I totally agree with you. i think. Twenty twenty two his lining up for republicans in a pretty dramatic way. I would be shocked if they don't take the house. I originally thought they were in a pretty severe disadvantage in the senate now. I think that they are actually a pretty significant advantage in the senate. You have a couple of candidates who are looking to jump into races. Adam wax all innovative. For example and sununu in new hampshire and i think republicans could wind up with majorities in both houses. I think the question for republicans in the senate. It's going to be more questions about wisconsin and ohio. Frankly than nevada and new hampshire. And if they're able to hold all of that then they'll be in really good shape going into twenty twenty four and frankly twenty twenty four is lining up for them pretty well considering that the president of the united states is not with us. He's not been with us for some time And his successor in waiting. Comal harris is one of the worst politicians in modern american history. She's like hillary clinton without the charm. And i just don't understand you know what democrats think their future looks like in twenty twenty. I think that they believe that. Just like they did in twenty twelve. I think they believe they'd want an everlasting majority. That would be solid for all time. And i think they're surprised to learn that americans are not in favor of that and the only reason. The joe biden won as many votes as he did is because americans were just saying. Can you just be like dead and moderate like those things campaigned on right not alive and moderate and instead joe biden gave him one of those things and i don't think that that is winning message for years from now to be not alive and radical is a really bad combo. Somebody's a you might actually have done better. He stayed in the basement. One hundred percents. I'm amazed at how radical policy has been the fundamental misunderstanding. That twitter is not real. Life for democrats is really amazing to watch. A joe. biden won the primaries and the election on the basis that twitter is not realize he rejected defunding police. He told the squad basically to head in from time to time and then gets an office in he immediately says equity is going to be at the heart of every single policy. I do also. I'm going to spend more money than has ever been seen by god. Herman and i'm going to pull out of afghanistan and completely hanover. Our foreign policy to the predations of the chinese the taliban and the russians and this is my plan and americans like wait. What the what. Now all we wanted was for the bad tweets to stop right. That's that's all we wanted. And for those who voted for that really does constitute a huge number of people who voted against threatening. No one voted for biden. A lot of people voted against trump and nobody voted for biden. If they didn't vote for biden it's because again. They thought that he was just going to be a placeholder himself campaign this way right. He said that he was going to basically be a placeholder. And then he gets in. And he's all of a sudden like george mcgovern in terms of governance and jimmy carter in terms of affect. And you're like this is not at all what anybody bargain for knows an interesting recipe from successor. Let me ask you one last thing. You have the authoritarian moment. How the left weaponized america's institutions against dissent. You've been one of the leading students and publishers on this whole question of left-wing to turner's and in the united states. What's your next big project. So one thing that we've been trying to do at daily wire is performed or what we preach so there are a couple of solutions that i recommend at the end of authority moment. One is pushing back from inside institutions if they've read normalized institutions by taking twenty percent of population being very aggressive in pushing their perspective. We can do the same. There's no reason we can't push back in the same way but the other thing that we've really tried to do is alternatives. So one of the things. We've been doing daily wire strength. Push into the entertainment space and provide an alternative for people who are not interested in paying hollywood to produce propaganda about how they are until we brought into movie earlier. This year called run fight. We have another couple of movies that are in the pipeline that we're looking forward to releasing next year we're going to start doing comedy specials and kids content and we just wanna start providing an alternative to the dominance institutionally of left nearly every institution into any place. We see a market opening. Go there the good news for us. Is that as the left. Continues to force republicans and conservatives and people just don't think like them out in the cornfield that comes an awful big crowd we can markets background. Mcrae will you. Ve already made an astonishing number of contributions to explaining what's been happening in. America offering hope for the future literally reaching out in networking with millions of americans. I'm personally very grateful. Now you will take this time and share with us. And i wish you the best with your new book. The authoritarian moment and i can assure you that as you continue to be productive. We'll continue to try to highlight it for it. Thank you so much. It's an honor and a pleasure. Thank you to my guests. Ben shapiro you can learn more about the authoritarian moment. How the left weaponized. America's institutions against sent on our show page at neutral daca neutral world is produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producer. His garnsey sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson the our work for the show was created by steve pantley special. Thanks to the team. Gingrich three sixty. If you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. 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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:44 min | Last month

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"On how much you wanna work much. You want dedicate to it and you have to basically get your butt in the seat every single day. My office is a mag raj thirty feet from my kitchen. I got a cup coffee every morning. I come out here in six days a week. I sit here whether i feel like writing or not is a job with a very blue collar. Profession people thinking that is something artistic or we have to wait for the muse. It's a job you have to sit down. And yes i enjoy my job. I love it. But at the same time i realized that it demands by full commitment. If i'm to succeed so my second question parallel so somebody in their forties or fifties to come to you and says i'm really tired of my corporate job and i'd really like to break loose. Is it plausible. That i could become a writer. I always think of grandma. Moses remember her grandma moses seventy seven when she started to paint it when this crazy. I figure that if somebody wants to put the time in like when i was working in the corporate world if i was gonna write i ended up at four o'clock in the morning in right for two or three hours before he went to work. You have to be willing to do something like that is most people. Don't have financial resources to just abruptly. Quit their job and start writing books. You better know that there's gonna be some hardship. I people the right to me all the time and say i have a book idea. Write a book with me and it's a gutsy thing for them to do in an i admire how they're putting themselves out like that but i was back and say it's your story hewlett person you can tell us you and you have to what he says and writes a page. A day is at the end of year. If you're ready to pay today you've got a book so this work. I always tell people you have to remember that you have to spend as much time selling the book as you spend writing it and a lot of people think. Well i'm going to write my book. And then it gets published. And then they stop and they turn to the next book and they haven't spent any time communicating to a world. That doesn't even know their book yet. Well i have to admit mr speaker. That i'm one of those guys because i've had the privilege the luxury for the last twelve years of working with bill. Bill is a master promoter. You know and i'm in the sidekick so he had a show which was a bully pulpit. You still got this podcast which does great business. So i'm actually contractually prohibited from doing any marketing. Those books which is great. Because all i have to do is go into my office in my interview itself and sit down and enright books all day long and with this book josh. I finished it back in february. It's been a long time but this whole process of like yeah again a really publicize this book put myself out there. It's hard in is a very necessary part of the process because as you know this is a business if you don't sell books you don't get to write books but i have to say i'm not a very self promotional person but after twelve years away from not promoting my books. It feels like a lot of fun. Because i believe in this book. I'm really thrilled with the way it came out a great way to meet people and talk to people and you've written a book. You really believe in kind of fun to have a chance to talk about. I know and i enjoy it too. I love what listen churchill quote about. You know running a books adventure it purses it is a mistress blah blah blah and. Finally it is a monster the throat of the public. And that's where. I am with a eleven than i want to throw it to the public. Stand back and see whether they love see whether they hate it. I want to hear people's summits. It's fun it's great. And i think you've got a great new series. This whole idea of taking series of hobby intrigued to see where you go next with. Martin i wanna thank you for joining me today. Your new book will be out this tuesday. September seven is available for preorder. Now we're gonna have a link to it. Taking paris the epic battle for the city of lights on our show. Page neutral dot com. And i wish you well and whatever you decide to do next well thank you sir. It's been quite an honor to talk to you and it's also been a lot of fun. You're a great in your very generous host. Really appreciate it. Thank you to my guests. Martin to gourd. You can get linked to taking paris. The epic battle for the city of lights on our show page at newt's world dot com mutual is produced by gingrich sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. Yar worked for the show was created by steve finley special. Thanks to the team had gingrich. We sexy if you've been enjoying news world. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what is all about right now listeners of neutral consign up for my three free weekly columns gingrich. We sixty dot com slash newsletter..

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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:05 min | Last month

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"Experience and made me think about hurricanes differently so when you went back home and your house is gone right. Yeah yeah it was a life changing experience. in what ways did a really change your life. I lost my job my home and moved from new orleans to phoenix arizona. To start completely over. So i mean and really all respects i feel like so i mean you obviously landed on your feet. Why had some luck. I've done okay for myself. And i feel like my story is turned out well but at the time. You're the sense of being totally disoriented. It was daunting. I mean to have the city you live in closed is crazy. I mean it's hard to even think about right. New orleans had nine feet of water and it was closed. I went to tulane for three years and we lived on lower line over by audubon park. I lived on upper line street. Okay well we're very close. And i went back after katrina on the damage to the city was unbelievable and i gathered. It's not as bad this time. Although the electricity out the federal government put tons and tons of money in there and they rebuilt an awful lot of the infrastructure. They built it higher and they built it better so i think the city is just much more prepared which is great because i love new orleans has been enough trouble over the last forty years. They need an occasional positive break but also just in terms of the impact on human beings. You look at the number of people who died in katrina. And i think the only one i've seen so far was a man who died when a tree fell on his house. Well listen. I really wanna thank you for joining us. It's very intriguing. I know a moderate amount about the service industry. In general but i had never before encountered canary llc. So i'm really glad that you were able to share with us. And i wish you. Well as we rebuild the capacity and louisiana and hopefully over the next few years we'll get back to rationality and developing the american fields and being once again independent of places like iran or saudi arabia russia. So the you're part of that process. And i salute you and dan. I really appreciate your sharing your experience with us. Thank you speaker. I'm a big fan of yours and helps you on. Tv thank you to my guest. Dan eberhardt we'll have more information on how hurricane ida will affect gas prices on our show page and newsworld dot com newsworld is produced by gingrich. We sixty in iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producers garnsey sloan. Our researcher is rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steep penalty special. Thanks to the team again. We sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both write us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral consign from my three free weekly columns gingrich. We sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm.

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Newt's World

05:12 min | Last month

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"With the state department's pathetic illusions to international norms. You become a joke. You become a laughingstock. And that's unfortunately was having her bided in. Alaska i'll say on. This point is that it is indeed an unimaginable tragedy that we are. We are twenty years after the murder terrorist attacks of nine eleven. And i think that we have to be clear also insane. We have to look at the failures. Both of the american left that we are seeing today in spectacular form as well as the failures that took place in the bush administration where we went down this democracy building road in the first place that took our eye off the core mission and that also has to be part of the reevaluation. I think that's why. I remember in two thousand and two being involved in arguments trying to explain that. The taliban was a non-negotiable group that they didn't want to be citizens. Didn't wanna be part of a modern democracy that in fact it violated their religious beliefs at the most fundamental level and that we were totally misguided in how we were trying to deal with radical islam and we lost that because new republican and democratic establishments flinched at the idea that these people in fact our anesthetic to our way of life and they had to keep somehow projecting that all they must be misunderstood. Honi we could find a way to communicate. And it's one of the reasons i went back. That found churchill's article in his speech in the parliament. On hitler taking the rhineland and militarizing at nineteen thirty five which is the first overt act of moving towards world war two and you realize that churchill. Who's the only british politician who actually read mine. Comp is telling all of them if you don't act now it's going to get worse and it's gone all only lead to a big war. We need that kind of understanding. These guys aren't gonna go home. They're not gonna you know rose to go out and have a party on september eleventh. They're going to be plotting. How do we extend our values across the planet. How do we take eighty billion dollars of american equipment and get it to nigeria and somalia and indonesia and you name it outta. We figure out ways to hurt america again because we've now been convinced they can be beaten. Celestial beat them. I think it's a very dangerous time and requires us to profoundly rethink. I know you've been very generous with your time today. You have remarkable and across a broad range of things. I do wanna remind people that stephen deeply involved with america first legal and that will have on our show page away to reach the website and af legal or even. Just wanna thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to share these insights with us. I want to thank you for having me again in for your insights and closed by saying that we are truly witnessing and real time an unfathomable historic catastrophe and it is both at once sad into pressing in terrifying. But i would say that we need to apply or energies constructively and realize that even in this extraordinary disaster that we're in we have to be thinking about how to regain sane congressional majorities and regain sane constructive leadership in this country so that it doesn't truly become midnight for america now on that note. I think we're both optimistic. I think in fact as ronald reagan wants campaign. It can be morning in america again but we have got to get through the next couple years of a very very hard slog. Thank you very very much. Thank you to my guests. Stephen miller you can learn more about america first legal on our show page at newsworld dot com mutual is produced by gingrich three sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Mars our producer his garnsey. Sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson. The all work for the show was created by steve panel special. Thanks team gingrich route. Sixty if you've been enjoying newt's were. I hope you'll go to apple podcasts. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral consign up for my three free weekly columns gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm newt gingrich..

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Newt's World

05:46 min | Last month

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Party. Level with the big social media. Johnson tons of content and in terms of user interface and user experience by the end of this year. Not all go. It's not bishops one. There's no doubt about it and we've setting saw. She's talking to mean team is incredibly hot and they all deserve a big pot in the back for the amount of walk being able to do this year so far but the flip side of this and this is kind of the other angle which people don't always think about so. Yes we've got all this positive stuff going on the same time to some extent we consid- back. I'm just walked the rest of the social media. John's destroy themselves on. This is the great beauty in being a plot for which appeals to people's desire to speak freely. Right if you have a desire to speak freely. And this is what. I mentioned earlier on when i talk about people i we will if you have a desire to speak freely. You want to go to a place which encourages got and you don't want to go to a platform where you think that at the end of the day you know maybe not today but maybe in two years time you'll going to have an opinion which is not liked by the social media giant's right i mean like that old expression during the second world war and the holocaust you know at first they came for this group and i wasn't one of them so i said nothing second they came for this group. I said nothing. Because i wasn't one of them. And then they came for the jews. And i said nothing. Because i wasn't a jew by the end of the day they came for me and there was nobody to say anything for me because everyone else was and it's it's very much like that nowadays. You know i i. They come for the people who don't like the cover vaccine. And i liked the carbon vaccine. So that's where i say nothing. Then they come for the people who said that january. The stakes wasn't an insurrection. And i thought it wasn't instruction. So i said nothing know the list goes on and you have all these criteria which you have to meet the whole time and you're seeing it and the collapse of the narrative in the left between the transgender lobby and the feminists right so now lotta feminists say the transgender lobby not represent feminism lesbianism. This is the dollar which is now being hot and so as a result of the federalists to being kicked out. Because they're saying well. We don't agree with this so the left started to eat it so at the end of the day. What this means is that that window of appeal which the giants social media companies have get smaller and smaller and smaller and smaller and so they continually exclude more and more people from the conversation until at the end of the day. There's people have to leave the top and they have to come to a place which allows them to speak free and that's us. I almost enjoyed when i watch twitter and facebook and everybody kickoff people writing center because at the end of the day. They're going to have to say well. This is where i'm gonna go. I'm gonna go to paula instead. I reach ops people the whole time people on the left people in the right international governments. I send emails and make cools the whole time to people who i want to say. Have you considered potter's look say no haven't and i'm not interested right now and that's fine. That's totally fine. I don't mind but in two years time you're gonna be interested because in two years time when twitter has continued to sense you when facebook shut down your account when you finally be prominently bad by some overlord who sits in palo alto. You're not gonna be able to go back onto that top on. You're not gonna have any way to speak freely. And so you're gonna have to see how i tie it platform which allows you to express your points of view. So that's really kind of longtime the long term goal is to become the great rival. We are challenged in this space. There's no doubt about it. We know the giant stretch. I'm not a minnow you know. We're not tiny. We have sixty million accounts. We have quite a lot of user. Engagement anonymous continued to take up so we are challenging this space. And i wanted to come the dominant challenges i would say we all dominant challenger many ways and i will not stay just to continue to grow is to take on these tech giants who are based in cloud cuckoo that so just people want to join parlor understand. All they need to do is go to parlor dot com or download. The parlor app from the app stores right. That's absolutely correct. Great the george. Thank you for joining me today. What you're doing is courageous. I think it is important for the future of freedom. I'm delighted that you decided to tackle this challenge. We wish you godspeed. And every opportunity as the oligarchs marks are stupider and stupider. We hope people will decide to come. Have a place where they can. Actually talk without fear while i can you. That's very kind of year on. Stick you as well. Thank you might guess. George farmer you can learn more about parlour you get a link to join on our show page at newt's world dot com mitch. World is produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher enjoy peters. The artwork for the show was created by steve and special. Thanks him. gingrich resisting if you've been joined neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now. Listeners of neutral could sign up for my three free weekly columns gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm.

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Newt's World

05:55 min | Last month

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Criticize governor abbott. But isn't there more that he could do to protect the southern border given that now terrorism is emboldened as you say. Isn't it much more likely that we're going to have countless terrorists. Come in through the border. Oh i think we are. And i think he's in a big fight with the federal government to be able to do it. I admire abbas initiative in stepping in. And saying look wot protects you even if they won't and i'm curious if they were to pursue a mandatory cova testing on the way in fact the supreme court would accept that because it is so obvious that we're getting people we don't know if they have covert we don't know if they have a criminal record we don't know if they belong to a criminal gang. I mean it's amazing. This is part of the biden. Undermining and weakening america. He's doing the taliban and he's doing it on. Our southern border. Ohio speaker implement here. I like to ask you. Can congress do something. Now who change the course in afghanistan. I'm if not. Is it any other records. I think we're go now. Go into how many of our how is can we get out of afghanistan and second. I think you're gonna see. A civil war breakout almost immediately. And the question will be whether or not we should help the anti-taliban side which had been fighting them all through the nineteen nineties and i would argue that we should help the anti-taliban side. The taliban is our mortal enemy. Despite joe biden's insane decision that he could surrender and get along with them. And i think we need to recognize how dangerous they are. I think that what the congress should do two things one. They should have a total review of the last twenty years and try to come to grips with what went wrong. I mean we spent twenty years fighting and we lost now that deserves really seriously about what we got wrong. And then second. I think the congress should begin a process of setting up a radio free afghanistan and setting up equipment and other things to the various anti-taliban groups and being actively open in helping the anti-taliban groups. And i think the taliban may find themselves in very real trouble in the near future. 'cause they're not going to get the financial help out of the rest of the world that the government was getting earlier so they're going to face very big economic problems. You ask a really good question. Thank you everybody. Thank you for calling in this extrordinary time. I spent hours every day. Just trying to understand what's going on. I'm delighted to have these kind of town hall meetings and if you find it useful to be part of the inner circle. I hope you'll let your friends and neighbors. No so they can join to is a great program for us to both yet messages out and to listen to people and hear from people so thank you very much. Thank you for listening and thank you to members of my inner circle club. If you'd like to become a member please go to newt inner circle dot com and sign up for one or two year membership today. Newt's world is produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producer his garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created busty special. Thanks to the team had gingrich. We sixty if you've been enjoying new twirled. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of new twirled consign up for my three free weekly. Columns had gingrich. We sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm.

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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Things aren't getting better any time soon. The oregon decision that there will be no standards for reading writing or math. I miss you. So why are they paying for the schools. The baltimore city schools. Which had i think nine buildings in which nobody had been able to pass a single state exam and you wondered. i mean if there was no teaching going on. Why are we paying producer. Expensive tools elliott's third most expensive school per capita in the country. The reason is because we now see education as therapeutic and no problem with this but schools are seen as there to provide social services. We're gonna get three meals a day. We're going to give you counseling services. We're going to deal with your social emotional issues. And it's seen less and less as an academic institution. One of the things that i want to see is fine. Let's do all of this critical race theory stuff. Let's go ahead and just do this for ten years and let's see if it works because i've always noticed that the school district's like baltimore. You mentioned you see last year. San francisco was going to rename eighty schools. And i wanna know how gonna work out in ten years when we teach all the. Crt we rename all the schools. We take your way the standards. You're hurting the very people you say you want to help and so i'm skeptical. I think that's probably right. I really wanna thank you. This has been various. Conversation and new book hollowed out a warning about america's next generation. I think so really important contribution to helping us understand what our children grandchildren are facing. And what we ought to do about it. We're going to have it on our show page in linked so people can buy it. I really really appreciate you taking the time and having the courage to write it and to start this conversation and i look forward to stay in touch with you as things evolve henke so much. We'll just figure it really wasn't honored to be your thank you again. Thank you to my guess. Jeremy adams unit a link to his new book hollowed out a warning about america's next generation on our show page at newsworld dot com nutritionist produced by gingrich sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is. debbie meyers. Our producer has garnsey. Sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steve penalty special. Thanks to the team. Gingrich we sixty. If you've been enjoying will. I hope you'll go to apple podcasts. And both us with five stars that universal review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of newsworld consign up from my three free weekly columns at gingrich. We sixty dot com slash newsletter..

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Newt's World

02:44 min | 2 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Is produced by gingrich three sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie mars hop producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. Your work for the show was created by steve penman. Special thanks to the team had gingrich three sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now. Listeners of neutral world can sign up for my three free weekly columns a gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter..

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Newt's World

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"They leave is probably placenames across northern france but the staff that they gave us from a political standpoint. One that is really significant for the shaping of medieval civilization and for drawing the boundaries of chris. But i think that's one of the aspects of this new has become unfashionable to talk about christendom but it was electable part of what made european history of made western civilization and the descendants of the vikings. Whether they're norman's or the reuss the vikings themselves become the standard bearers for that christendom against its adversaries whether it's islam or whether it's the pagan threats coming out of the eastern european tribes the slavic tribes as well. So they're integral part of european civilization both as adventures but also has great. Political leaders brewers and. We just can't leave that out when we think about what. The scandinavian legacy is history. Enter the shaping of our own world one last question which is about the power of structures to change things. If i remember correctly part of what made the normans so expansionist was that they had a very firm rule that the oldest son basically inherited the land. The second son went into the church and the younger sons. Were supposed to go out adventuring to places like sicily. Is that relatively accurate. That is roughly accurate within scandinavia itself. Usually land was subdivided. Among the sons was one of the ways to prevent some degree of competition for control over the farm or over the estates and the germanic tribes that came down from scandinavia tended to follow that customers. Well the problem is. Is that when you've got ten to twelve sons even if you divide land equally. That's a pretty small portion to make a living or build a family so yes that became the rule. That sounds like the famous. Don't feel family distinguish norman night bill. Twelve what are they gonna do. Well what they're gonna do is they're gonna take their swords and east to look for ways in which to make a living for themselves and build a new life for themselves and this is what the normans do. It's an inheritance of what the vikings themselves had done and there earlier time and becomes a trademark for the way in which. Toby called the norman conquests take place in the middle ages. There are always younger. Sons who are trained for warfare who understand that their prowess in arms is the key to financial as well as political power and then launch themselves out into the world in order to bring those skills to bear on the world. Around and i was definitely the case with enormous expansion again. Like the vikings leslie rabid quick expansion across the central to the eastern mediterranean where they also players in the development of kim so north i want wanna thank you for joining me as somebody who's been fascinated by the vikings. Your new book. The viking heart. How scandinavians conquered the world is going to be a great success. It is fascinating. And i really recommend it to our listeners. And they can find a link to order the book on our show. Page at newt's world dot com. And i just want to thank you for your continued efforts to bring sophisticated ideas to the general public in a way that they both get educated and entertained in the same volume. And you're doing amazing work and my treasure you as a friend and as a fellow citizen and i admire you as an author. Praise means a great deal to and i thank you and i'm delighted. We had this to thank you to my guest. Arthur herman you can get a link to his new book. The viking heart how scandinavians conquered the world on our show page at newsworld world dot. Com newsworld is produced by gingrich. Sixty and iheartmedia are executive producers. debbie mars. Our producer is garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. Yard work for the show was created by steve penalty. Special thanks to the team had gingrich three sixty. You've enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast and both race with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral consign from i three free weekly columns at gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm.

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Newt's World

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Point in american life and of course it's perfectly were watching with three great entrepreneurs who are out there finding ways the into space. I'm just such a great contribution. Jeff what are you working on now will thank you so much for that. What i'm working on now is mostly getting out here and talking about this book and telling these stories. I haven't developed my next idea yet. But i'm also very lucky to have a very busy day job at west wing writers which is a group of us. You mentioned that. I been speechwriter for president clinton and we moved our corner of the shop to the private sector twenty years ago and or continuing to do that work. Well i have to say ruefully. Somebody who competed with you guys had excellent team and of course he was a great speaker and he was very formidable. And i think you may have been part of. The armor made him so formidable well. That's very generous of you to say. I think all of us who were lucky enough to work with him at the humility of knowing that he was bill clinton before we got there and he was a pretty great communicator. Before we got the chance to help but we felt very lucky to be able to be part of the team. Listen thank you very much. We will have your book on our show page. I will look forward to you coming back and visiting again one your next great adventure published. Thanks very much. Mr speaker has been a pleasure talking with you. Thank you to my guest. Jeff strasser you can link to his new book. Mercury rising. John glenn john kennedy in the new battleground of the cold war on our show page at newsworld dot. Com neutral is produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie mars. Our producer is garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steve penalty. Special thanks to the team. Gingrich sixty if you've been enjoying new twirl. I hope you'll go to apple podcast and both rates with five stars and give us a review so others can learn when it's all about right now listeners of neutral world consign up for my three free weekly columns at gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter..

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Newt's World

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"You can't lie about reality forever. Well and i think in a sense. That's what burke was all about in burqas saying like the french revolution by definition will devour it so it has no choice. It's the nature of that kind of organism and you talked about the historical sense earlier one of the most shocking things the first time you read burke and you realize that he's writing before the terror obviously before napoleon is that he predicts everything because burke has an understanding of an historical sense and also of the way that politics is going to play out practically the man. The proof of the pudding is in the tasting. And you can see that those certain ideas are going to have certain consequences. Well that's part of where. I take heart when i read things like salads book because my instinct is and then i've lived through several times now. The left in the end can't help itself because they really are in offers term we really are true believers years ago one of my minor contributions to american government. We had liberated the island of grenada. Grenada had a genuinely stalinist regime. And luckily for us. They spoke english. So you can actually get grenada papers. Which were the governing documents of their ruined group who met every day and it was a backbench member and i got the state department to publish it. Because it's the first time we'd ever had the actual internal working document so a communist dictatorship. What's hysterical the systems collapsing. This this is a tiny island made up mostly of people from africa surviving based largely on agriculture and tourism and is collapsing. And they decide. They will have meetings every tuesday afternoon for two hours to study the writing of stallone. Now you have a georgia bank robber in the largest country in the world in extraordinarily cold climate writing stuff this being read by these guys trying to figure out. What should we do in a sense is exactly. The point of your book. Stalin's history of the soviet revolution is one of the key documents. The you study. If you're on the chinese communist hierarchy and i read about a third of it and boy is it hard i mean but it shows you how to organize a hierarchical leninist party. And they believe in. And they do it. This is of course why you see. So much of the focus of the left is on education. Think why are they so obsessed with third and fourth grade. I think also why they're trying to extend preschool. Now to be you come out of the womb and then about three days later you start preschool and you remain in graduate school until you're forty two. If you can have that period of time where you are shaping not even just ideas not even just skills but the very words that you use to describe your culture why you've controlled the body politic and especially if you can undermine liberal education than people will not know how to make sense of their own freedom which is the very point of education. I'm going to say. I think you are making two contributions one with your show. The michael knol show at the daily wire and two this great new book which is already among those who actually count book sold in the cellar and among those on the left. Who can't count. You're gonna get there because they won't be able to stop the momentum. But i think speechless controlling words entirely minds is exactly right and did come out on the day that the germans attacked russia. Nineteen forty one. So there's a certain historic sensibility about that. I appreciate so much michael. You're joining us. And i hope anytime you want to feel free to come back and we'll continue this dialogue. Will the pleasure is all mine. It's a real honor to speak with you speaker gingrich and i really really appreciate it. Thank you to my guests. Michael knows you can get a link to his new book. Speechless controlling words controlling minds on our show page and neutral dot com mutual is produced by gingrich we sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Our producer is garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by steve penalty. Special thanks to the team had gingrich. We sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast and both rated with five stars and give us a review so others can learn. What is all about right now. Listeners of neutral can sign up for my three free weekly. Columns had gingrich. We sixty dot com slash newsletter. Newt.

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Newt's World

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Our sense of american unity. I really think that it's over. I mean i genuinely do believe that it's over. And we saw this with joe biden's administration where they're trying to give non white farmers more money than white farmers for. I think it will go just beyond the basic racing. i think it will go up to capitalism. I think it will up your science and math. What happens when we sit there and say no children who can barely do. Math can sit there and go become a medical doctor. Yes it sounds a fictitious. but we really don't know where this goes. I think the one thing. I'm very hopeful for is at looks. Boards are very cheap to run in. These are not multi million dollar racism. There's a few thousand dollars and luckily for us. People very rarely vote on school boards. If i could just energized ten percent of the conservative base to get involved in vote we can flip school boards in some of the bluest areas. Just last month in manhattan in midtown manhattan asian and white parents who are quote unquote moderate by left wing standards are conservative but they're moderates. They don't like critical race theory. They unseeded seven of eight school. Board members in midtown manhattan. I think this is cable Anywhere when you have people of diverse backgrounds and this is crazy. I really think there's a big coalition of people and we can start taking this over and then the next step is how do we rebrand education is. I don't want to go back to the way was we. Don't wanna love the way it was before. But i want him to be able to sit there and incorporate a level of patriotism and understanding the basic facts of this country to children's they grow up really loving it regardless of their economic racial religious or immigrant background. I think that is the only way we move forward as a country. Think you're absolutely right. And you know this country in america and all of this stuff is worth fighting for and thank you for bringing your intelligence and in your drive in all of this stuff into this fight ryan. Thank you for joining me today. We'll have a link to the seventeen seventy six product pack and your new book. They're not listening. How the elites created the national populist revolution on our show page at newsworld dot com. Thank you so much. Thanks so much. For listening to newt's world i'm rob smith new episodes of my podcast. Rob smith is. Problematic are available on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Listen and subscribe for free. Newsworld is produced by gingrich. Three sixty and iheartmedia our executive producer debbie meyers. Our producer is garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. The artwork for the show was created by steve finley. Special thanks for the team at gingrich. Three sixty if you've been enjoying newsworld. I hope you'll go to apple podcasts. In both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral can sign up for newt's three free weekly columns at gingrich three sixty dot com.

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"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

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03:45 min | 4 months ago

"garnsey sloan" Discussed on Newt's World

"Pleasure. Thanks me thanks. For listening to news world new episodes of my podcast alaoui caldwell are available on the iheartradio app apple. Podcast or where you get your podcast. Listen to subscribe for free. News world is produced by gingrich. Sixty and iheart media are executive producers. Debbie liars and our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. They'll artwork for the show was created by steve piddling special. Thanks to the team at gingrich. Sixty if you've been enjoying new twirled. I hope you go to apple podcasts. And both with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what is all about right now listeners. newt's world it's on up for nukes three free weekly columns at gingrich who sixty dot com slash newsletter and dwell. This is newt's world..