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Fresh "Georgia." from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 min | 24 min ago

Fresh "Georgia." from WTOP 24 Hour News

"To include 1.5 million 8 ounce bottles and three types of baby formula Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes It's now 6 18 Traffic and mother on the aids over to Rick McClure in the WTO traffic center Okay Steve and I were debating about this issue on the BW Parkway very slow volume and let me stop and go Southbound through Chevrolet between routes two O two and 50 struggling trying to get into D.C. folks are trying to maneuver around it What we found out that there's an issue with a mishap on the ramp from the southbound BW Parkway to kilo worth avenue is under police direction so some cars are getting let through and some cars aren't So it's going to be stop and go until this clears We're going to keep a close lookout on the situation on the southbound BW Parkway but right now that ramp is partially blocked and as other police direction southbound from the BW Parkway to kenworth avenue Route 50 is also affecting route 50 plenty of volume delays west of Chevrolet approaching kenworth avenue the volume was from before Columbia park road and growing Last hour we had a broken down vehicle underneath kennel worth and that was shouldered out of the way but this incident that involves the police direction I kind of work avenue is also causing delays on 50 west as well Meanwhile you're at speed across the bay bridge three lanes west tulane's east cross debate at the moment Also have a work zone on the ICC through Montgomery county after Georgia avenue is taken to left lane Virginia 66 trying to clear out we had a couple of issues through Centreville one is ongoing a large mattress westbound underneath 29 and last check it was long their left side 95 you're good to go nothing but volume there newington departs of woodbridge on the southbound side through responsibly Fredericksburg and falmouth on the northbound side We had a work zone northbound on the GW Parkway near route one 23 that had a single lane getting by and that was affecting the chain bridge and canal road as you look for alternate routes Traveling between D.C. and Virginia Beach wide drive ride rocks luxury motor coach service with onboard attendance meals and cocktail service I like the cocktail service part Daily nonstop departures that ride the rocks dot com will reimagined Rick McClure WTO beat traffic Now to storm team forward let's check in with Samara Theodore Dangerous heat That's what we're tracking It's been hot out there You don't need me to tell you that Temperatures tonight are falling into the 80s.

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Dinesh Continues His Dissection of NPR's '2000 Mules' Critique

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:00 min | 1 d ago

Dinesh Continues His Dissection of NPR's '2000 Mules' Critique

"I'm continuing my discussion or perhaps dissection is the right word of Tom rice box article in NPR. A pro Trump film suggests it's data so accurate it solved a murder. That's false. Before I go on, I want to point out, look at how desperate these guys are, right? This quote solving of a murder. We didn't say we solved the murder, but nevertheless, is totally peripheral to election fraud. It's only used to show that the same geo tracking techniques that could be useful in solving a murder or helping to solve a murder are the same techniques applied to ballot trafficking. But NPR is so eager. I mean, they have so little to attack in the movie, they're like, let's take this case, which is unrelated to ballot trafficking, the Sequoia Turner case, and let us see if we can take it apart and it's granular detail. And so they sat with a certain kind of ahab like determination to try to do that and the effect is, well, let's just see what it is. Now, this is how this is the kind of false sleuth posture that reporter drives back likes to strike up. So he goes, in the episode of the podcast promoting the film, d'souza said Phillips and engelbrecht provided their analysis to the FBI, which turned the data over to the Georgia bureau of investigation, the GBI. Now, NPR contacted the GBI to fact check this claim. Great. Let's see what happens. Quote. The JBA did not receive information from true the vote that connected to the Sequoia Turner investigation said Nellie miles the GBI director of the office of public and governmental affairs. Wait, Tom drives back himself, wrote three sentences earlier that the information was not given to the GBI, but was given to the FBI. And the FBI turned over the information not necessarily with any attribution to true the vote, the FBI is going to look at the data itself. The FBI turns the data over to the GBI. So when the GBI says we didn't get information from truth to vote, true, nobody gave the GBI information directly. The information was given as noted above to the FBI. And then to get even more ridiculous, the writer, Tom dry spot goes quote, an attorney for Sakura Turner's family told NPR they had never heard of the angle bricks and Phillips analysis either. What? What would the family of the victims have to do with any of this? What would they how would they have knowledge of where this information came from? Let's say I go and give information to the FBI, which then gives it to the GBI. Why would I expect that the turnover family would be on the inside of this as the FBI and the GBI regularly sit down with victims families, by the way, we got some tips from here. Let's show you the data. You can no they don't do any of

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Fresh update on "georgia." discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:32 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "georgia." discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Confirm the amount Bloomberg Pellegrini Georgia governor Brian Kemp announced another electric vehicle mega deal ahead of his primary on Tuesday Hyundai is investing 5 and a half $1 billion to build an EV assembly and battery plant near Savannah Hyundai you said it expects to create 8100 new jobs with the twin plants and will break ground early next year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio All.

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Charlie Sits Down With Georgia Senator David Purdue

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Sits Down With Georgia Senator David Purdue

"There are some very important races coming up and one in particular that we want to highlight for you is a contentious gubernatorial primary. It's happening in the great state of Georgia, love Georgia and great people there. Unfortunately, they have a horrendous governor, and with us right now is someone former senator from Georgia, who is primarying the sitting governor of Georgia, who is no longer a senator largely because of the sitting governor of Georgia, and that is David perdue, who is in a very contentious primary against governor Brian Kemp. Senator perdue, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, good to see you again, man. Thanks for everything you're doing. Well, thank you. We did everything we could to try to push you across the finish line in that runoff. I believe that you would have avoided that runoff if the state of Georgia would have been run properly from an election standpoint with governor Kemp tell us why you decided to launch this primary, a primary campaigns can be very difficult, especially against incumbents, talk about that, while you're running and how is the race going? Well, sure. Thanks for coming down to George at that time. We had the whole world to send down here and you guys really made a difference. I should have never been in that runoff. This race was rigged and stolen in November 2020. Our current governor was Secretary of State for 9 years. He was governor for four. He's never enforced voting law in Georgia. He allowed a consent decree to go through that change voter ID on absentee ballots. He allowed 7 and a half million empty ballots to be mailed out to every registered voter. He allowed drop boxes and he allowed the change in the rule that allowed Zuckerberg to put $55 million into 9 Democrat counties. Everything I just mentioned is outside the law. So they violated the law by allowing all that to happen. And then afterwards, when I asked for a special session to get at to the problems before the runoff to fix these things, he denied that. I went to court, they denied that. I even asked for the resignation of our Secretary of State, I got so frustrated. Brad raffensperger. And since then, as you've pointed out, with Greg Phillips and Catherine inglebright in the ballot trafficking data, there is a hard evidence right now that governor has been covering this data and now is suppressing that evidence. And this is one of the reasons I

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Fresh "Georgia." from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Georgia." from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Is an empty gambling help dot org or one 800 gambler Traffic and weather on the 8s back to Rick to claw in the WTO P traffic center All right and let's take you to Virginia 66 west through cineville has had its share of worries from earlier this afternoon We had the crash cleanup after route 29 just about done as authorities moved things around along the right side Be careful traveling westbound after route 29 not too far away There's a large mattress along the left side so state of the right if you can safely And we're still dealing with slowdowns along the eastbound side of 66 through a merrifield toward the beltway ramps the crash after nutley street long gone Three 95 north still volume having approaching the inbound 14th street bridge had a crash after boundary channel cleared from the right lane long ago I 95 south volume newington departs of woodbridge volume on the northbound side through spotsylvania Fredericksburg and falmouth had a work so northbound GW Parkway in your route one 23 that had a single lane getting by at one point and that was affecting chain bridge the chain bridge itself and canal road as you look for ultimate routes Through the district with a little volume along both sides of the freeway through southwest and it still volume heavy along the eastbound side through southeast from the navy yard extending across the 11th street bridge toward northbound D.C. two 95 where it still stop and go into the work zone near Pennsylvania avenue I still along the right side sent over to Maryland where there's a work zone on the ICC on the westbound side through Montgomery county after Georgia avenue at last check just a single lane was getting you by that Route 50 just about back on the move We had a broken down vehicle underneath kenilworth avenue in the westbound direction I was tying things up a bit west through Chevrolet Your good across the bay bridge at speed two lanes each in three lanes west across the bay bridge BW Parkway had volume had its south between two O two and 50 that's starting to ease up a little bit You're good on 95 to 70 and the beltway is still dealing with the broken down vehicle on the outer loop near Pennsylvania avenue at last check It was taking up the right lane Need extra cash rest a limo is hiring full and part time CDL drivers Full-time CDL driver are charter drivers receive a $5000 bonus Call or text one 8 three three limo jobs Rick McClure WTO traffic Now to storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore Not much relief after sunset we've got temperatures tonight really hanging out in the 80s Low 70s by daybreak.

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Jan. 6 committee wants to talk to Loudermilk about Capitol tour given the day before attack

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Jan. 6 committee wants to talk to Loudermilk about Capitol tour given the day before attack

"The house panel investigating the capitol riot wants to talk with another GOP congressman The committee wants to know about a tour of the capitol Georgia's very loudermilk led the day before the attack in a letter the panel says there are indications some people and groups try to gather information about the capital's layout The committee is now asked for cooperation from at least 8 lawmakers whom it believes have information key to the attacks planning and execution along with former president Trump's potential role in inciting it The request loudermilk comes a week after a dramatic move to subpoena top House Republican Kevin McCarthy and four other members Sagar Meghani Washington

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New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 2 d ago

New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

"In Georgia It was a very simple law Basically implemented some voting day measures measures which would make it really easy to vote but to make it a little bit harder to cheat I say a little bit because you can still cheat I wish you couldn't but you can It's sad but you can see if you want to cheat you can still cheat And one of them involved voter ID Oh my gosh did the left loose their minds Here's The New York Times from April of 2021 by a guy named Nick Horace and Reid J Epstein these people sound very very intelligent They write for The New York Times so clearly they're smarter than us They wrote in April of 2020 when Nick chorus Senate what George is voting law really does The New York Times analyzed the state's new 98 page law And identified 16 key provisions that will get ready Limit ballot access oh no we can't have that limit ballot That sounds terrible My gosh what would you want to limit ballot access New York Times notes it will also potentially confuse voters They think you're an

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The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 3 d ago

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

"Left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia

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Rick Klein's Analysis of the Senate Midterm Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 5 d ago

Rick Klein's Analysis of the Senate Midterm Elections

"And they know that the midterm election is coming. Here was ABC's Rick Klein talking to George Stephanopoulos yesterday on ABC's this week. Yeah, George, you know that they were in a tough spot when it comes to holding the House and Senate. But when you look at the Senate, it's a 50 50 Senate. It means Republicans only need to take one seat. But what's interesting is that not all the seats are up. Of course, only 35 Senate seats on the ballot and in that group that's 21 that are now held by Republicans 14 by Democrats. That means that Republicans have to play a lot more defense than they do the opportunities for offense. And when you zoom in a bit on the states that are likely to determine control of the Senate, these are the 9 states that are probably going to tell us who's going to be the majority and who's going to be in the minority. And 5 of them are controlled by Republicans only four by Democrats. That means if you're the Republicans, you've got to not only hold your seats, but then go on offense somewhere. That means picking up maybe an Arizona or a Georgia. Both states, of course, that went to the Democrats in 2020. Or you have to move into deeper blue territory and Nevada or a New Hampshire. That all assumes that the Democrats don't find any places of their own to pick up. And there's a couple of states that were carried by President Biden or were very close last time. They were targeting, including Pennsylvania, the primary on Tuesday, a spirited democratic fight, and an opportunity that Democrats see to win even in a very tough election cycle.

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Jason Pye and Doug Chat About Alabama's Parole Board

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:28 min | 5 d ago

Jason Pye and Doug Chat About Alabama's Parole Board

"Board shot down every single case, denying relief to 28 eligible people. Including this man, Michael bettis, he said, he is serving. He has served, hear me, served 12 of 20 year sentence for marijuana possession and distribution. He served 12. He sat at a minimum security work center where they worked him for $2 a day. Turned him down. Now is costing you folks in just to let you know out there. Probably upwards of between 50. I mean, 15 and $30,000 to house him for a year. The older he gets, the more expensive that gets. Okay? This is the part that is really, I think if we emphasize this kind of. Now, I'm not going to go into because again, to get a 12 of 20, it's marijuana possession and distribution. You know how those chargers will work. But there's nothing else here that indicates that the 12 years is not more than sufficient to have him even on supervised probation, whatever it may be. But to get him out. But they turned out all 28 eligible, not a one. I mean, is this the case where honestly the headlines are affecting what should be non attributable boards. I don't know of a better way to put that. I don't want to say partisan because in a way they are, but are political boards. I mean, what would a call something like this? And again, they might come out that there's something you need to, but he wouldn't be now think about this folks. He wouldn't be eligible for parole. If they had to not satisfied everything else in his sentences, taken into his past to get the sentence that he's currently under. It's kind of mind boggling because I think I'm not trying to be mean here. I am from Georgia. But this is Alabama, which is, which is a notoriously tough state when it comes to when it comes to crime. But even Alabama has taken some steps in the right direction when it comes to prison reform. I mean, I remember there was a state I think state senator cam ward there who helped usher through Alabama's prison reforms back in, I don't know, 6, 7, 8 years ago. And that was at the time when DoJ had followed lawsuit over prison conditions in Alabama. But it's unfortunate. And it's frustrating because there had to be one person deserving of some sort of parole who they

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Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:18 min | 5 d ago

Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act

"Everybody, it's Doug Collins glad to have you back on the dog Collins podcast. You got a great friend coming back in today to be on the podcast Jason parr, due process institute. I've known him for many, many, many years that we go back from Georgia politics to D.C. politics everywhere in between. But I wanted to bring Jason back in to like a lot going on in the D.C. front and it's not just in legislation, but it's also in its election cycle. You probably will realize that watch list of this podcast Washington podcast went on. Election cycles tend to make politicians do sort of different things. And it's a lot of pressure going on. And I'm not criticizing that. I've been a part of and a lot of part of it. You have to sort of find what works is a guy who's worked with my campaigns consulted for me forever. Chip Lake says, he says elections can be about everything you want them to be. But at the end of the day, the voters have a say in what actually goes on. And that's true. But one of the areas that is so important that I wanted to bring Jason back in because I do a lot of work off podcast with this issue and that's criminal justice and criminal justice reform and Jason has been at the heart of that for a while. I work with the folks at justice action network. You've got a lot of groups out there that do this kind of work. But we're seeing some progress we're seeing some steps back and then what I want to talk to Jason about today is this idea that I saw a Republicans moving forward in what should be a really conservative issue combined with and they seem to be taking some steps back. So Jason Powell, welcome back to the dot com. Thanks for having me. It's good to see you as always. And that's a good time. I was going to say everything you're talking about in terms of criminal justice there are things that Republicans should be running on should be proudly proclaiming and your work on the first step act in Congress. You should wear as a badge of honor. And unfortunately, Republicans are going towards this tough on crime rhetoric that was so prevalent in the 1980s and 1990s. It's frustrating. Well, it is. And I think that's the part now. I wrote an op-ed a couple of weeks ago. We put it out and it was really hitting at that, you know, the whole idea

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Why David Purdue Felt Compelled to Run for Governor or Georgia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 6 d ago

Why David Purdue Felt Compelled to Run for Governor or Georgia

"Now he wants to be the governor of Georgia and would like to have him on America first today. Senator David perdue. Welcome to the Salem network. Thank you, Sebastian. Straight to be on America first, man. Thank you. All right, so I just retweeted the tweet that's at the top of your Twitter account. It's a great campaign ad. Tell us right now how the campaign is doing and why serving in the Senate wasn't enough for you. Well, I was never a politician, Sebastian. I was like Donald Trump. I was a business guy for 40 years, but I saw under Barack Obama, the country was handing the wrong direction. And I ran for the Senate to try to help change the direction when Trump got elected. We were able to do just that, created the best economic turnaround in U.S. history. Now, the only reason I got in this go to race Sebastian is because our current governor, cave dean allowed the radical Democrats to steal these elections in Georgia and we lost a majority in the United States Senate and we see the Biden madness now. So I couldn't stand by and watch this guy who can not reunite the party after he is divided the party and win against Stacey Abrams. So I'm running right now to save our state and to make sure Stacey Abrams is never governor of

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Dinesh Responds to the Critics and 'Fact Checkers' of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | Last week

Dinesh Responds to the Critics and 'Fact Checkers' of '2000 Mules'

"One of the most indefatigable critics of 2000 meals is The Washington Post national correspondent. This is a guy named Philip bump. This guy is literally in the last few months written about 7 articles. Focusing on the issue of lord harvesting, ballot trafficking. And he's trying his very best. I mean, he's applying. You can see the tremendous energy to try to debunk. The movie. Now, to his credit, I invited Philip bump to a public debate and he's like, well, I don't know about a debate, but maybe we can do an exchange in The Washington Post. I got to talk to my editors, and I said, okay, why don't you do that? And he's come back to me and said his editors have approved us doing that kind of exchange. So that's really cool. I'm really happy that there's going to be at least some engagement on this issue. I think we're trying to set that up to occur early next week. But I want to talk a little bit about Philip bumps article. I won't be able to go into it fully now, I'm just going to talk about the opening of the article and I'll address other points, of course, as we get down the road. But in this very long article, he begins by saying, I'm going to go into a particular incident that he says kind of is representative of the movie and I'm going to debunk this incident and in debunking it. I'm sort of debunking the whole strategy of the movie. Interestingly, the incident he picks is not directly related to elections at all. It was a way of validating the geo tracking data in the movie. Greg Phillips and Catherine engelbrecht were having trouble getting the Georgia authorities to take to look at this geo tracking data because it's never been applied before to this area. And so they said, okay, well let's solve a murder. Let's try to help solve a prominent murder and they actually chose to murder. We only feature one in the film. I'll feature a bolt in a book that I'm writing that goes with the film. But Catherine and Greg basically said, let's take a murder and let's see if our geo tracking evidence can help to solve it. And of course, we feature this in the movie, it's a siria Turner murder young black girl shot in a vehicle during a BLM riot that occurred in Atlanta and right about the time the summer of 2020. Now, according to Philip bump, the facts of the story are misrepresented in the movie because according to him, although the movie talks about two suspects having been arrested, subsequently, he goes one of the suspects was arrested right

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A Student's Education Should Not Be Trapped by Their Zip Code

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:02 min | Last week

A Student's Education Should Not Be Trapped by Their Zip Code

"You should not be trapped by your zip code into the education system that you're going to get. And I know that's and actually, you know where that's grown as you well know is growing the most and for the podcast listener. The area where that thought is growing the most is in your poor inner city schools. And actually, it is shown to work. And for those of you who out there who just believe, oh, we just need to throw more money at education. I just give you the city of Atlanta, which has the highest, one of the highest, if not the highest per student spend rate in the state of Georgia, but some of the lowest test scores and before you tell me it's about demographics and other things, you have private charter schools that are running simultaneously within two miles of the same school, the same demographic of kids the same issues, but yet are producing graduates that go on to flagship universities where it's just down the road. The difference is I think the motivation and the teachers and how they interact with these students. So it's not all just about the money, which is what the teachers unions want to share with this

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Rep. Steve Scalise Shares His Thoughts on Election Integrity

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Rep. Steve Scalise Shares His Thoughts on Election Integrity

"I'm back with congressman Steve scalise of Louisiana the first congressional district. He's also a House minority whip. Steve, we were talking about foreign policy, and I think you were making the point that Trump, if we think back even to Reagan, Trump was still in the Reagan tradition because Reagan was reluctant to commit troops abroad, Reagan had the Reagan doctrine. You know, let people fight for their own freedom will help. But we have to make a distinction between our safety and other people's safety. Let's talk a little bit if we may about election integrity because I think a lot of people are worried, hey, listen, even if we have a great agenda, even if we run a great campaign, if we don't have election integrity, we're doomed. Do you agree? You know, we've seen examples over years. And look, I come from a state where we had voter fraud. In fact, when I was in the state legislature, we were able to get the evidence out there in our elections commissioner who was statewide elected, went to prison. He was a Democrat lo and behold, the last Democrat to hold my seat in Congress went to prison for vote buying. So these people had to act like it just doesn't happen. It's happened before we've got to be vigilant to make sure that there is integrity in all elections. And states ultimately are working on this at some level, some states aren't. Georgia just passed laws to ensure the integrity of their elections. Texas did additional integrity measures. The left lied about them, by the way. But think about where the left wants to go. Nancy Pelosi's top priority was a bill to ban picture ID from being used in elections and to mandate same day voter registration and give taxpayer funds to political campaigns. Can you imagine banning photo ID and mandating same day voter registration? That's a recipe for

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Catherine Engelbrecht: Investigation Moving Forward After '2000 Mules'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | Last week

Catherine Engelbrecht: Investigation Moving Forward After '2000 Mules'

"We are moving forward in investigations in Arizona. And we are thrilled. I mean, just yesterday, you the county put out a press release that they now have in addition to the two they've already have under indictment. There's 16 more that they've just announced. And so we are thrilled about that. We are seeing progress in Georgia. It's Georgia is a politically charged environment right now, and there are on the Republican side. There are camps fighting against each other one that wants to see this investigation proceed and the Kemp, the Brian Kemp camp that wants to bury it. And so that's a challenge. But we're working through it yet and it's also progressing in Wisconsin. We have a couple of law enforcement efforts in quite there. So yes, it's all going well. And then what's next beyond Leon that is something that we're calling pulling the rip cord and frankly Sam maybe the thing I am most excited about because I'm an activist and I know the power of citizen engagement. And pulling the rip cord means we are going to take all of the data that we have and release it publicly for the purpose of crowdsourcing and further research.

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'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | Last week

'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race

"In the United States, the Pennsylvania Senate race is front and center. David McCormick I have endorsed will be joining me next hour. The world is coming down on Kathy Barnett in the last 48 hours because she surged into third place behind Doctor Oz who is fading, David McCormick who is surging in Kathy Barnett was getting close, so Doctor Oz took out after her and his surrogates did at least, calling into question her military service, calling into question her backstory and publicizing her old tweets which are pretty viciously anti Muslim. This is I haven't reviewed this completely yet. But it seems to me probably disqualifying. She is also out there on the far edge of the election, stop the steal people, and that's not electable position either in the United States. As we're about to see in Georgia next week, when governor Kemp handily wins his primary and David perdue, you can't run as an election denier. It doesn't work. And even if you believe it's sincerely and many people do, it's death in the general people don't want to relitigate 2020. They're concerned about what do you know, inflation and drugs.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Her Ridiculous Court Case

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Her Ridiculous Court Case

"I'm back with Marjorie Taylor Greene and we were talking about Ukraine and of course we expect zelensky to be Ukraine first. Of course, that's his country, but weirdly we are surprised when people in America are America first. Let's pivot a little bit to the court case that you found yourself. And I mean, absolutely bizarre situation in which it seems like there was an attempt to prevent you running for reelection. I mean, you got was it activist groups? Who is behind this effort to try to block you from running again? For asking about that, this group is called free speech for the people, but they don't believe in free speech because they were trying to rip my name off the ballot silence the speech of voters in my district and not allow them to be able to reelect me and send me back to Congress. This is a group that operates on dark money. They receive their donations from other 5 O ones and foundations. So you can't see who is really donating to them. And they have a few donations that are public, but most for the most part, you only see groups and foundations that donate to them. These people are a group of attorneys from New York and Massachusetts. They have decided to try to attack our elections, especially our elections in Georgia by filing these candidacy qualification challenges, claiming that by the Fourteenth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment, section three that I supposedly waged an insurrection against the United States, which I absolutely did not. I objected to vote against Joe Biden's fraudulent Electoral College votes, dinesh, and I would probably do it again today, and I would proudly do it again tomorrow. And I'm so thankful for your movie 2000 mules because that exposes why I voted to object.

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John King: Trump Is the Dominant Force in the Republican Party

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | Last week

John King: Trump Is the Dominant Force in the Republican Party

"It prompted CNN's John King to report that you may hope Trump goes away. You may wish he'll go away, you may think he's not influential, but you would be wrong. That is at the top. A lot of people at home say stop talking about Trump. Donald Trump is the most dominant force in one of America's two leading political parties. And he is proving it again in this year's primary campaigns. And so for the people out there who want to stop talking about Trump. That's not up to us. We have to cover these races where Trump's endorsement is clearly making a difference in West Virginia tonight justice didn't Ohio last week. We're going to have the Nebraska governor's race later tonight as those results come in. And then Pennsylvania Senate race, Georgia, both the governor's race, the Secretary of State's race there, the Arkansas, there are some Trump factors as well. So he is a factor in the party. For a lot of people at home who don't want to talk about him and wish he would go away. He is not going away. And he is the dominant force in the Republican Party right now. He's right. No way around that.

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Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:42 min | Last week

Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was

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Police: 6 shot, 3 fatally at a greater Atlanta condo complex

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Police: 6 shot, 3 fatally at a greater Atlanta condo complex

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"And then they say. I love the south. So flashback to my senior year of high school. Eighteen year old is alone in my house in the middle of nowhere. Southeast doing trig homework while listening to mfm. I have two beautiful dogs named georgia and einstein. I ain't is a little shit will bark at. But i've only heard georgia bark hansel of times in the four years i've had her and it is never been aggressive barking from different from my experience store. You know on on on everyone. So i'm in my bedroom doing homework. When i'm begins barking. I thought nothing of it until i heard the loudest deepest growl and bark. I have ever heard come from my sweet baby georgia. Oh instantly. isn't that scary. When the dog that ray a dozen yes the personality changes because the situation is different and right instantly. I rented the doors thinking. They're barking at a wild hog or other southern wildlife. What that's that's something that comes to your door. If you live in this fucking guests in rural arkansas wild hogs sh- can you imagine if you open your door wednesday back in los angeles and there was just a wild hog. Chilin remember that the feral hogs cocaine aymer that story. I remember those sweet baby angels okay bub-bubba to the door wildlife as i around the corner i see my carport door was left open by my mother as she left the house and my dogs were growling barking at the door. I look out the door to see a clean. Cut middle fifties man who had never seen before reaching for the screen door beat up old. Four trucks still running a few feet behind instantly. I go into fight or flight mode and start to plan my escape. It's casual i- lunch to the kitchen and grab the loaded forty five handgun which it crown hollow bullet points. Oh big bullets that with everything apart and pointed at the door. The man at the door takes a moment to look at me with a loaded weapon my big angry pups and back at my loaded gun as if weighing his options slowly. He raises his hands and walks backwards to his truck peeling out my long gravel driveway after locking the door and giving my dogs treats i call my parents but of course everyone knows there's no cell service.

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"There's such joy on expression on your face when you get into that place right that realization of like gosh like this is how i should treat myself right and you all should treat yourselves. It doesn't make you a bad person to put yourself i. It's the only way to help a truly help other people and truly show up for them. Yes you know. I always felt selfish for that thing. And it's it's not that. No i mean it's not selfish again. It's actually key to a premise Of of the show which is to raise healthy people to raise the next generation with health. We have to be healthy ourselves and focus on our own health self care and life live life to the fullest. Because that's how we raise health. They see us. Were better able to show up for them. They see someone who likes themselves instead of putting themselves down and feels less than and that all emanates and is transmitted to kids. That's so true. And i love the opening. Lines of your podcast. Just it's so true. It's the it's the only way show up so georgia. It's time it's time. I wanna keep going. But it's time for the parent footprint moment question. Okay all right here we go so tell us about a time that you became aware of yourself as an individual had an awareness or an awareness about your parents or an awareness of yourself as that great anti and that new awareness had a positive impact on yourself. Those you love and those around you know. I had an eating disorder for a long time and then i met a guy who i ended up being with for five years was a really great person and he was a dad to a ten year old daughter who became part of my life and I realized that she was going to watch me. Eat and watch me deal with food and watch me. You know do i. Do i get disgusted by food and can't eat it in. It's not allowed. Or do i show her how women and how women care about their bodies and so i chose that and i've never gone back to one hundred seven pounds you know and i've learned to love that i'm a woman i see my mom's body in my body and she detested her body my whole life and just is a woman. That's how women and i'm okay with that. And so audrey was her name and it just showing up for her the way. I'd wish that i had been showed. And that's media. That's not my mom that's media the way things were.

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"If your friends talked to themselves the way you talk to them yourself or view talked to your if someone else talk to your friends or my friend or my husband. The way i talked to myself. I would go ballistic not okay and i heard. There's other podcast. I love called the cure for chronic pain. And she says thing recently that really struck me which is if you are sitting in a cafe and two women walked in and one of them were speaking to the other woman. The way you speak to yourself you would. Yeah i how would you react right. We'd be horrific and so. I keep picturing that when i picture myself And it's changed. It's changed my nice. Sorry to bring up another podcast. Oh this is again. This is what you do is. You're so young. You and karen are so wonderful about supporting anyone's work. That has helped you. I so it's again great Love her you said okay. So what do you want your listeners. Your you know the murder. Reno's everyone this show. What do you want them to feel about themselves and to think about themselves like what do you want for them. The first word that comes to mind is that ass has we all we are the mostly women and the things that they do for each other and for the greater good are so admirable they do it in our name so we get the credit and but it's like we're just the gatekeepers you know happily with we're both like control freaks who love attention but i think that the thing that i do and that i think would really help a lot of people is just to be kind to your little self kind to your younger self and that kind a little georgia and that to me just as taken away a lot of shame and then you feel shame and guilt because you treat her badly and you're into her and so it's just ugly trading. Yeah yeah and so just to pull that circle and unwind that circle and just treat yourself. You would never the things you say to yourself to a little kid. Never you imagine my little nephew being like god you suck at that. This will never blob just picture that picture little you and what would you actually say to her. Yeah yeah ham. what would you say to them. And say it's okay. you're gonna be okay. You deserve empathy. You deserve to be paid attention to and just to keep that in your mind over and over again help. Yes for for everyone. Who can't see georgia's face which i can't when you said that no no when you said that like there's such..

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Not has dissipated so much when i have compassion for them and what they went through but also. My mom and i went to a mediator. And what it only three sessions and it's totally changed our relationship. What that re. I think more than anything with that taught me you know. She learned some things that were upsetting. Me didn't come down to like you did this and you did that and politics for this. When it came down to is that she was showing up. And that's you know that's a really hard to do to show up to be essentially berated by your daughter. Which isn't what i did. And we had an incredible mediators. That was great but just to just to take some of that anger out and that she was showing up because she wanted to love me and learn how to love me and i don't think a lot of families would do that. You know a lot of parents wouldn't do that so gave it softened me and then this other recently. A woman said to me That her mom told her that you never realized how much your parents loved you and tell you have kids And that really hit me. And then i also felt like well. I don't have kids. And i'm not going to so maybe i can just understand that now as an adult you know And i love my cats and puppy so much that maybe it's somewhat similar you do and my nephew say and you're very close with your nephews yes i similarly just in all of adulthood transitions. I didn't appreciate so much fully. Understand where we lived what we had what my parents did. What until you're just until i grew up and it's almost like this rite of passage. I almost like that. You have this awareness of of that transition from like self as child to self as adults. It's a it's a bizarre. It's like you don't get the memo at just sort of happens sometimes nationally while i will say that in my eyes your parents were the pinnacle of parents and ideal. And that's what. I always daydream dove and your gorgeous house. I love that house feels so comfy and home even the in that fish tank that i would lose my mind over. He's still there and The yeah i asked my very fortunate to have the parents That i have and Yeah and close family And i feel like That that that tightknit family that we had and again you're on the tail end is being the last. The youngest youngest cousin ten of ten But growing up. What i do remember is all of the family gatherings so many of them like i didn't know life outside of family gatherings and cousins and aunts and uncles totally totally. We were over in orange county so we weren't as enmeshed in that role in la that i look forward to them every every year and feel so i mean i you know. Of course we miss it so much that cozy and we have it in other ways and other homes but that feeling of being a part of a tribe at a part of something was yeah. I'm sure it kept me going in a lotta ways you know and it's it doesn't have to be family. That could be your chosen family. Which is this phrase. I learned recently which just struck me so hard and.

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"And so i'm trying to unlearn those tools and learn that i'm in control now and part of that for me is just sitting with little georgia and letting her know that it's gonna be okay and that she's okay she safe and she has everything she needs now and even like twenty year old me. Right right had no clue it was gonna be like at forty And i'm always like there's this part of that's always like gosh. Thirteen year old. Georgia would not believe it and twenty five year old. Georgia would lose her mind if she knew what she was going to be like. Yeah but just let it be okay and not have shame the shame of going to rehab at thirteen. Which isn't my shame. It's it's it's circumstances right. It was what i freakin. Need it and then going like thirteen year old fourteen year. Old georgia quit map. Yeah like that is insane to me. You know that is a feet. So feeling pride and sadness for the fact that she had to Just for me way to you. Know push it up the line and be like well that was you that was you know even though you don't feel a connection. Yeah so it's when when so the re parenting happens by you becoming aware and For our listeners. Awareness is a huge component of our show. Because it's like through through. Our awareness is where we have the most that we have the ability and can have the most profound growth and change because we are aware of something about ourselves. So i think what you're describing is when you become aware little georgia. Young georgia is responding in a way or feeling or thinking away. Who are now has the opportunity to talk to that georgia in a kind compassionate way and in a sense away a kind compassionate parent would to make it okay and to help realize the difference between what was in the past. And what's in the present. What's now yeah and you know what for. That's yes and at first. I think i got really angry at my parents for that And so my mom. And i have a really strained relationship for a lot of years and i've been really angry.

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I was thinking. Wow like you're thirteen trying to survive the oc. And i'm living in san francisco in graduate school and like what light year different experiences but again the the older more mature means like Where were we all why you were. You were struggling so much. I feel i feel guilt because we all have to feel guilt yes We do that. I put that on you guys. I really didn't expect the family to read that book. And i think that's good because i would have written it differently. Had i known. But i feel guilty putting that on you guys because it's not it's not yours you get other things having have other peoples said stuff to you yeah. My mom was pretty upset. And now i'm like fairly fairly so you know she didn't deserve a lot of that. It was my story to tell but you know and she she cleared it with me not having read the chapters i and but and then some in this new book. I'm just definitely trying to be more fair to her. Which i think she deserves Yeah i we were all in our own world and doing our thing and it was in anyone else's responsibility to take in and your mom and my aunts are ants. Did a lot to help me. You know your mom. I remember one time we were going to That second hanukkah party where we got to everyone got two dollar bill. Shirley yeah and my mom sixteen so i hated my mom and we were on our way. They're just fighting as any sixteen year old. Would and i get to the door. And i'm so angry and emotional that your mom came out and just sat with me while and empathize with me and you know held my hand so and then grandma had one therapist talks about. You have a positive female role model for that time. Sh- you know or someone who cared. She just was so so there for me. Yeah and that you know that all of it helped. Yeah yes so much since since you mentioned that and we're.

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Yeah one label like from a therapist once or a thing. He told me to look up. That was just this. Moment of clarity was the term What's a com o highly sensitive. Yes yes highly sensitive person and that blew my mind. Because i always thought i was a drag and turn the music lower. Sorry i wasn't listening and you know more than that that that made me feel so much less neurotic. Yes more special really. Yes yes and with so for listeners. There's a profile snotty considered a diagnosis a highly sensitive person. There's some great books out. It also can go with something. That is a label sensory processing disorder or sensory processing issues. And it's where it's where you your sense. Sensory system is overwhelmed and loaded by sound site. taste a people chaos and also a a subset with highly sensitive. People are really impact pick as well and are picking up on other people's emotions and it's just you don't it's like you don't have this Defense right it's like you. It's almost like where's my armor like. It's just i'm penetrated and it can create a lot of behavior especially for kids a lot of difficult avoiding or reactive behavior where this is a primary cause. That's a yeah that's so interesting to me and makes total sense. And you know i always hate being like. I'm super fetig. Because i feel like. It's a big brag and everyone. Everyone wants to be that way. But you know it's not. It's not a brag. It's just a state and i can recognize it in my friends and certain people that i'm close with now and this bond that we have and i would never want it to be any different. I just need to know what my triggers are and then it just made it so it was okay Instead of being a you know. I have to leave a part of a friend's house or a party or because it's too much right right and that it's okay take its caretaking yourself instead of forcing yourself to be normal..

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Intensely that i almost didn't go back to therapy to her afterwards Because i felt stupid and to me at the time there was no there was no room for emotion that was going to keep me from moving forward and it's really taking a year to get to the emotional part and i now i'm just scratching the surface of it and and she's taken a year to get me or to help me stop drinking which is now a huge part of it and it's terrifying because look they're all the motions. Yeah there they right. And i can't poor shot of vodka on them and i don't love it. It's not so you're you post about that. Are you actually in the throes of not drinking. Or you're still in the what we call. Contemplation pre contemplate. You're getting ready to do it. I'm i was in pre contemplation. I'm in current contemplation doing it And i'm honestly i'm on anti-abuse is that medication i'm a big advocate for those who need pharmaceuticals in addition to therapy it. It makes its what took me to stop drinking that. I'm going to get physically very ill. If i drink. And then just took the alcohol out of the equation for now. And that's that's what i had to do. And i'm i'm fine with. Yeah so you're you've been doing that. It's been almost two graduations. That's tired of you. No it is and i don't know if i'm gonna do it forever. I might go go in and then change my relationship with alcohol. Ideally but this freak out so do you feel different Besides maybe sleeping better some of those other things waking up feeling a little bit like how. What is the difference that you you experience without alcohol. I'm really i have. I have to feel at all and i. i didn't. I didn't realize how much i was coming out. And dissociating which is a big thing of minus dissociating from you know. I always thought it was just me being daydreamer and having an active imagination which you have those things as well i do and i appreciate those things about yourself. Thank you for noticing But yeah it's it's taken that out of the equation and it's been really hard and being vulnerable fills gross and terrible and hard and i can't. I'm glad it's during the pandemic because they don't have to go to parties and feel awkward. Go out bars. i've learned. I'm learning and it feels good with you. Talk about medicine which you and you again post about which is so helpful to so many people to see these little color pills. And what's your favorite. And what does it do for you again. Like this the normalizing I want it before. I talk about a medicine. I was curious about is. There's there's a debate like. I've always struggled with the labels as someone who is responsible like having the power to give people labels on an everyday basis mental health labels and i've and i've seen and i've gone through so many innovations personally and professionally with this. Is.

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"And food network online and was twice a guest narrator on comedy central's drunk history. I highly suggest you watch those shows. and finally she is the co founder and co ceo. Along with karen of exactly right media. I would like to give a warm warm. Welcome to my cousin georgia hard stark. Doctor you've never called me up for ever. I've never i've i'm going to do the best of your sectoral and not call you. Danny i think you've got to call me. You know who i am. So most of our listeners have never heard that me being called danny before i can tell you that when people come into the center People from my long ago pass or call in office staff. Love it when someone asks for as danny there so You gotta call me. Whatever you wanna call me respect so this is so first of all. Welcome to all the murder marino's to the show and You guys are an amazing group of people who i am privileged to be a part of and i for those parents footprint listeners. Who are also murdering does in. Your lives are Now comp- take a moment. Take it in You are a member of both tribes and that makes you super super awesome. Yeah and also before we go. We're gonna get launched into a great conversation for those of you who have not listened to my favorite murder before Just know this is informed consent. This might be the first parent footprint show with Some colorful language. So if you're listening in front of other people that you don't want that to be the case just so here we go okay again. I will do my you. You gotta be. There's no sensor here. Well we got phil. But he doesn't sentras okay so gosh where to start. I guess the first thing. I wanna i wanna say is when you invited us to your show long before covid at davies symphony hall in san francisco. Not only been outside that place. I've ever been in that place. And it's a pretty amazing place and then going into the auditorium and seeing the people just for you and karen the people like love you in a way that is like just. There's such this heartfelt connection between you guys and the murder reno's and the show was awesome but seeing the Just the relationship and seeing it up there and people screaming and on their feet. I just have to say i was so taken and i hope that sounds right but i was so proud like i was so proud of you karen and what you guys have created thank you. It's crazy. I mean and we feel the same way about our listeners like they they are always like we're you know i feel like you're my best friend even though you don't know who i am and it's like yes we are and we know who you are your house and because it's such a huge you know young women and you know older women and we have been through the same or similar things that we have and it's just it's incredible..

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"So enjoy the network premiere episode here and head over to the parent footprint with dr dan feed for a new episode out today with new episodes every thursday. And plus you can check out the full library of the shows with incredible guests and discussions and advice. There's so much to learn from dr dan. it's incredible. Subscribe to the on stitcher apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen and if you like what you were here writer if you please rate review owned subscribe. You guys really helps us. Get dr dan in the charts and on the main pages and all the cool things and you can follow the show on instagram facebook at parent footprint. Podcast be kind to a little self behind your younger self and that to me just as taken away a lot of shame and what would you actually say to her or him. What would you say to them. You'd say it's okay. You're gonna be okay. you deserve. Empathy deserve to be paid attention to and just to keep that in your mind over and over again. Welcome to pair footprint with dr dan. I am dr dan. This show is about making the.

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Pictures actually. Do you mind just clicking on that article so that i can show georgia. I'm going to do it at some point tonight whether it's when you guys were here when you're gone and i can't sleep. Stop confronting me about your picture on and saying is a monster to show it to me. Okay but but don't look but stephen don't look at it. I should just not let make stephen luck. Best I want stephen to suez for traumatic stress. No the washington post article so essentially her face in head or unidentifiable because the wound because of the decomposition even though the head trauma because her skull was cracked isn't that was determined to be the cause of death..

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"georgia." Discussed on ARN

ARN

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"georgia." Discussed on ARN

"Licensed in more than forty states. So what are you waiting for. Start saving money today at save with conrad dot com. Let's talk about another talent that we haven't talked about yet. But somebody you are definitely familiar with You and man pick up a win over brett sawyer and brad armstrong on april twenty third in huntington west virginia and based on my research. I don't think you would had a match with brad armstrong. Obviously you're familiar with him from. The pensacola territory. Is this the first time you remember wrestling. Brad though you gotta remember go back. It was when i was booked on tv. In the very beginning. And i wrestle. Bob and brad all atlanta tv. That's what got me the first three weeks at pensacola. I thought it was another sorry. I didn't remember that it was brand. Now it was spread and brad. It's funny he told me he said. Hey you've come a long way here short time. Last last time. I worked with have been so so fortunate and again that was just another situation. Where you're just. So how good he was was his partner that night brett sawyer. If i was about man that i would say that would have been a really fun. Could match for everybody. I would think so. That's huntington west. Virginia on april twenty. Third the next day. You're in columbus ohio baiting. Brian blair and joe lightfoot the following day. you're in cleveland. Ohio beating brett wayne and brian blair five days after that. You're back in chattanooga. Picking up a win over brian player and tito santana then back for tv on the very same day So i guess that was the evening show but you do. Tv that morning. Joe lightfoot zane smith zane smith name. I've ever heard my whole life now in have to research saying i don't. I don't recall that you had love those guys that came down into tv. First time mardi landy. You know was on. tv went. Who the hell is at sir. Never heard of that guy for sure. May i though another big day for you. You're back in the omni. This topic picking up a win over brian blair and tito santana sort of a rematch from the last time and then we're back on the road man. This time in beckley west virginia again against blair santana you have yet to lose akron ohio a couple of days after that on may the fourth you get a win again over blair and santana Then we do the same thing in toledo ohio and we keep the the the song going as we make our way to cincinnati ohio and then finally when we get to huntington west virginia. It's brian blair. Joe lightfoot again as you're going through now. I guess maybe a month into georgia championship wrestling. You've yet to lose your definitely tag team wrestler. All of your matches have been With with matt borne. Are you seeing that. You're getting a rhythm. D feel like you're getting better Or is it still feeling out process. I do feel like. I'm getting better because all those names that we've got to work with were all better than me. They're all more experienced than me. And i was learning from every one of them. The difference is i wasn't learning from a situation where i was in the first match and getting beat. We were the guys if they were getting pushed. And as you can see there's a groundswell of momentum they're putting us over everywhere we're heading towards those new tag titles and that's that would have been equivalent to the wwf tag. Titles they nwa world tag titles every top tag title situation in every territory. That's what these were going to be the top team and we were getting closer and closer. You know they were. You know. Paul you know helping me. And and i hadn't sensed yet the animosity coming from matt It's it's soon to come. But i i had sensed any of that and there's probably a pretty good reason for it when we get there. Tell me about the finishes of these matches like when you guys are winning. How are you winning. More than not I had brought spine Spinebuster with me. I created it by this time We were using that as a setup for matt to come off the top with what he called the bombs away. Where a you jump all and you literally land on a guy's chest from the top rope with your but and it was something that has Dad had used tony born prior to him. So it's a good look at finish. That's what we're used every night. T more hockett. You're gonna have a in augusta georgia where you be. Joe lightfoot candy and then something crazy happens may eleventh. Nineteen eighty-three had to happen jerry. Oates and tommy rich. Beat you guys but it's by q. But still it's your first loss and this is the first time i've seen you on the other side of Tommy rich in a while. I know you Rest up against him before hendersonville zone What about tommy. Rich here in nineteen eighty-four. Tommy was his top baby face eighty holidays. Yeah i mean he was. You don't have it. Buzz had had some some infamous wars. Oh yeah and tommy. Rich was a people loved him. Girls loved him. Grandma's loved him. The guy's believed in him because he was a hell of a hand enters a hell of a worker and he would fight you back for as long as you guys wanted to go And he was very accomplished worker. So that being a d. q. It's like nobody got panned. Nobody got hurt. You still got the baby faces. Duke raised but that would have been although situations where they were. Kind of keeping our momentum's going but without having to be tommy and you just beat your baby faces in those days unless there was a reason the last battle of atlanta that bloodbath you mentioned a minute ago with bus or tommy. Rich is going to happen later this year october. Twenty third ninety three but they'd been feuding for a few years at this point. And let's not forget. Tommy rich was a interview world. Champion back in eighty one so over. Like rover is an understatement. Stock about something. You're more familiar with the tv taping. Where you wrestle. Pat rose pat rose and old school or from way back still lives in chattanooga does efficient show so if you're in fishing probably flip around the dow there and you'll find something on the radio with pat rose talking about his favorite pastime teaming up with mike starbuck you got pat rose stories you can share out. Pat was one of my first matches ted yet me booked within boaz or albert valer wherever it was and pat took the liberty to cut me my first time which Once that happened. I was fine with it till it actually happened. I didn't like that feeling of not being in control so that never happened again But pat was very very good wrestler very accomplished More experienced than i was and he actually came to which will get too down the road to pensacola and we actually were roommates for a while. So we'll double back to that story. But pat was a veteran by that point may fourteenth. You're teaming up again with matt. Borne to beat mike jackson and terry ellis action jackson mic jackson. Still walking the ropes all these years later. This was a tv match In the old tbs studios but jet me up. Can you tell us about mike jackson Credible seventy and he's still drop kicking and workload and leapfrogging sailing us arm work not too long ago. It's just as one of those rare situations that come along just every now and then and it's not like he's out there just work at a match on his feet. He takes pops. He's got off. Its he's one of those rare phenomenon on may fifteenth finally happens ray candy tommy rich beach you guys and it's not a d. hugh it's at the omni and finally destruction inc takes a loss. Do you remember your first loss in georgia. Well we you know we got. Beat that match your. He'd loosen tommy rich you know. Rake hand is not a not a crime because we were still on the.

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"georgia." Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"georgia." Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

"Using the teleprompter finally able to you know get all the way through the song which big deep breath there and I looked over at Shane. I and I could see. He was like superstock. Brian Tyler they seem to be really stoked about it. They make a comment about how you know before it was already great. The Hook was really great but this is definitely more commercial. Definitely more them and a definitely easier to follow and understand so you know that kind of checked. All the boxes for what we're going for and I was just really proud at that moment. That even if they don't pick the song I think we'd good work and I was excited. Just basically be able to chill out now and just wait for my fate. I guess and the song that we're going to say back to the studio and record is GonNa be second guessing. Couldn't believe it. Because he said they were coming in for a party song they wanted like some big upbeat radio smash kind of sounding song and so. I didn't know if second guessing was at all what they were looking for. But you know. I was really excited that they picked it. They said you know great work really excited about the song cited to get back to Nashville and see what we can do with it and it was so cool Griffin's awesome. I think with the help of Shane. He really took that on to the next level. But I don't want to sell Griffin Short. Either I mean he came in with the bones of that song and with probably the toughest thing to do is do a really clever twists and play on words and I think he already had that nail down soap up to Shane in Griffin as a team to sort of blew all the other pieces together and we were highly impressed. Yeah we're leaving with the love song you know feels like it's good for us now. I feel like it could be good for us. Fifty years from those timeless classic and which can't wait to get studio and take one more deep dive tighten up anything that needs titan getting our vocals on it and just some time with getting no the song a little bit more. We tell them to come. Hang out in the studio in Nashville when we're recording his tongue and hopefully wheel and we can learn even more from him but he's just an awesome got my name's Griffin Palmer. I'm super stoked. You guys listen to New Florida Georgia line song. I wrote called second guessing..

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"georgia." Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"georgia." Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

"And it wasn't emotional or anything. I think all the emotion. We're three hours before where I was like. I know I can win but I haven't yet in so you win. Do you feel a sense of relief. Would really. It's not even like joy excitement all emotion. It's just a high did what I needed to do like. That's just wow actually did it. You know I'm listening to win. It almost sounds like you just have a standard for yourself that you're trying to meet. Yeah it's realistic like everything that I have in my head. I see it playing out and it's not like too far fetched and I think I would talk about me. You know making the Olympic team or scoring a certain point. If I didn't think that I could do it and so I think that's. What's nerve wracking is that I know that I'm capable of doing? It's just performing it at that moment. Okay so it's sort of like hitting the board on the long jump. I can do it in practice every time but if I miss it day and miss it three times then I'm I'm literally nobody that. Yeah exactly if you don't if it's not your day if you feel a little bit sicker you have a nagging injury and you don't put a top on together. I guess seven events that you have to combine together to get that score you can see it two ways you can see seven opportunities for something to go wrong or seven opportunities for something to go right so when you win does joy ever come or are you thinking of the next level that you got to reach higher at my head around. I think even on my victory lap people were like cheering. Like crazy for me. Congratulations Georgia was an interesting feeling. I think it was just like complete relief that I I did what I knew I was capable of doing i. Actually I performed on that day so all that pressure worked out the way I saw it happening so many times and I think that's our biggest fear is that it won't happen the way you wish it to happen..

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"georgia." Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"georgia." Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"georgia." Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Me. Pretty standard actually in the navy. We are we setting. This is the podcast enlisting with Karen, Georgia. We should have told you earlier. He's so many I on. I have a little these oils that help me from fainting. Vapors fan swearing's upsetting vicious murder. Nice through size, not you're there. I'm there. I'm there for murder, but. That's not how I raise. Fantasy when you. When you told the story of John list, and you were gonna smell I thought he was a really good gag. He come up with stuff so fast. I thought in my mind I began to see a sketch like one of those fake commercials of something that had to do without spinning head. Because that I saw that happen real time on three dimensional wax clay head. It was so it's such a specific visual ever do anything with did. You know, we didn't do never doing without someone else. Did. Okay. I was fascinated by that that they into and it worked really came up with this is what he should look like at a neighbor said, guess what? That's gary. Yeah. Let's Gary very he's a he's local murderer himself on this. And that's totally. On me wouldn't be John Lewis. No way. Should we do a fucking array skews me the name of the segment we always closed the show with a thing that we're really happy about. Oh, yeah. So we try to do the positive version of. Yeah. Just anything to counteract the story when we tell to murder stories in a row than we feel like it's a good idea to kind of mentioned something that you're stoked about. That's not death. Yeah. Do you think you have one of those anything bring joy, you can go third. You just mentioned, and this is just came to me. But I've got this new podcast. Conan O'Brien needs a friend, and you can just get it anywhere where podcasts are free, and you swipe up and there's no murder on this podcast. But it's a lot of fun. And I think you'll enjoy it Conan O'Brien needs friend available wherever but casts are free. That was gonna be my. Podcasts. And also I try to keep the swearing to a minimum. Good luck with that. You're keeping your podcast. The original name was Conan O'Brien needs a fucking. I think he would've would've done better. I think you're right to say a fucking hurry. This week for my favorite new podcast Conan O'Brien has no front, which is this funny. Little thing. This guy's doing. He's short. He's got dark hair. Really? He's the opposite of the literal opposite. Conan o'brien. Wow. That's have any just talks. Let's see. He doesn't say a word. He just mutters and he, but he's very sexually liberated. Issues. Single way. I don't know. I just I think most humans are good. I'm going to say that seriously. I do think most humans are good most humans don't murder, it's the it's the tiny minority of us that do murder, and I think most people respect him in life. And I think I mean, that's something don't you think that's something we should end on as positive percents. Hold onto that. Yes. You know? Sorry. Let's fuck in hold onto that. Because I think that's what's on that. But. I wanna say mine this week for real is. I just watched yet another cloak loyal ear implant video where Baid no, not the the operation happening. Oh, the baby for the first time here. It's mother's voice. I'm telling you you lineup like four of those and you'll be good to go for the day. You'll be crying. But it's the most beautiful like maybe that does kind of circle back to podcasting. But it's the heat the human voice the effect. It has babies and people who haven't heard anything, it's so magical to watch someone experienced that for the first time, it's beautiful. It's really good. And I invented it. That's beautiful. I think the only thing that I can top that. With is. If you see a really good Colombo with Peter fall from the seventies, really one more thing. I mean, I would watch that over all. And he did it with a frigging glass. I and just jacked up teeth. Exactly true. No one else can do that. I'm sorry to say, I'm sure your thing is moving to with the kids and the hearing. I mean, maybe you're he's on his game. Thing is I'm sure it's great on your pocket. Listen when I do is challenged people and make them feel bad about their choice. Right. My podcasts. Cool. Cool. Well, we're sociopaths. So good luck with that. There's a chance one of you murder me. I'm just trying to figure out and it's going to be. Not. Although I'll get you out. What if that were held up in court?

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