17 Burst results for "Gina Loudon"
"gina loudon" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"That will your choice. Come on. Now, you're really famous. No, richard. I'm in Hollywood. New show coming out. I took by it. But I'm gonna when did this a couple of months so that they weren't anyone. I mean, do I want? Telling them, I want you to today this show when IT cooed all-star musicals where celebrities take on famous musicals before Matt under played in and the judges are like Elaine page, Chris China worth and the big Gina Loudon funny. Singing singing, black guy who along and we're we're I'm rehearsing for that now. And so that comes out on the eighth in March mid March and the other celebrities, they don't know what hit them because they got me to do say like I'm going up against Allen Tich Marsh. What? Come on. My phone. Smarts going to be shaking in his boots. Tick Marsh, the what's your from. What's that show with only foods? She don't know. Name is. Yeah. And then some cheap form and Madonna some dude from Coronation Street and jolt omit. I'm going to win. When it comes out are willing to members conversation. I want you to just send put the vibes audience or if it's audience in the Palladian out over. No. But I need to win a cake is to put in five you never be Tich. Mom. I'm doing I I'm doing the full-on numb the funny greats. I'm really excited about that. Because it's primetime TV and I've never been to before. So hopefully when that show as it does what is for me and people go, she's not getting more. She's a rounded. Singer dot Ambi fit. So that's. And hopefully, I'll catch it, dick and everything. Catch a few. Thank you, rich. Been speaking with me, which carrying my guess, London Hughes. Thank you very much to past phases music. I is number one. Theater? Wanna go eight the company guys, very lovely full. And thank you very much. This is a Skype potato and go past the stripe. Come production. If you enjoy these podcasts, come and see one live all the dates for the tool and the London dates as well are rich Tang dot com slash gigs. Thanks bye..
"gina loudon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"That of course, is the great Helen Reddy rocketing up the music charts, the young people can't get enough of Helen Reddy. And I'm just trying to reach that demographic on this program. It's the Eric Metaxas. Show right now, I'm talking to Dr Gina Loudon, Dr Jean allowed. And you're seeing some really interesting things. It's funny because you genuinely have a PHD in psychology. So we're gonna talk about the the mental health of this president. If anybody is in a position to talk about it. You would be you were just talking about how the book by. Bob woodward. It was Bob Woodward. Of course, who doesn't get him and Bernstein confused, but I have to say it is kind of funny that he and so many others are opining on this. It's a funny thing I happen to know. And you know, this from my bond for book, which I believe is on your coffee table. One of the ways they were trying to get rid of Hitler who was genuinely evil was they were going to have him assessed by the most famous psychiatrist in all of Germany who was the father of Dietrich von Hoffer, Dr Karl von Hoffer, and it's interesting that they were actually going to try to assess him with the greatest psychiatrist in in all of Germany now, it's interesting because people confuse evil with insanity. You could be perfectly sane and be evil or you could be perfectly insane and good, you know, but it's kind of funny people today like Bernstein, and others they sort of think like look if I don't like him. And if he's doing things I don't like he must be insane. I mean, it's kind of odd isn't it that that people really don't understand what sanity is? They just think if you don't agree with me. You must be insane. It's kind of a scary thought. Well, I think people can narcissism and mental illness. I don't personally believe that. I believe first of all that narcissism. Now, this is my own theory. And and just to be completely clear because I've been attacked inversely. Once I published my book, as you can imagine they even pulled my raining down on Amazon and everything for my work. And so just to be perfectly clear my peach season, human and organizational development, I wanna say bad because they attacked me because they said it's not in psychology specifically. Well, it's a subset of psychology. But whatever. I think narcissism is a spectrum Gina theory. This has no bearing in return anything else and most people in show business. Most people I think we believe in talk radio in the television shows like I do every day a Newsmax. I think most people who are out in the public and put themselves out there believe their ideas are worth hearing shooting degree of narcissism. I'm not saying that they're selfish maniacs. Somebody, but I'm saying if you're going to run for public office, especially if it state level or higher certainly for president of the United States. I think you would have a difficult case proving that you weren't but narcissist of some. Level, right? And I and I put myself in that category as well. But that doesn't make you insane. And it doesn't make you evil, and it doesn't make you devious. Now are all evil people narcissist probably, but that's a different place on the spectrum a very very different kind of narcissism the middle maniacal kind of narcissism that is dangerous. Right. And I believe you have other mental deficiencies as well. But people get really confused about psychology being a science, and it's really not Eric really s theory. There's nothing, you know, it's about a scientific is global warming. And I don't think that either. And so you're right. Yeah. So I think one of the one of the important things to here's the point. I need to make with you on this before we go any further, and that is based started with the Trump Russia to try to destroy him. Because he don't like his ideas. They went to the women thing they tried to destroy that. Now, stormy Daniels is paying his legal fees who knew that could happen. They're gonna continue that I believe their final effort is going to be to try to declare the president mentally incompetent insane or or perhaps with some sort of degenerative mental condition. The we have to be ready to fight back for our values and the things that we've accomplished with this administration that have been working for for decades. Well, you're you're right. And I also think that we haven't mentioned speaking as a creative. I think creativity. And madness used madness in quotes, but there's a relationship there. In other words, if you're thinking out of the box, and you think differently than others. Do people will always want to call you crazy or you know, burn her. She's a witch because she thinks differently. And I think that this president without any question is wildly creative. His brain is churning in ways that a lot of people, and again doesn't mean you have to grieve with him. But you have to give him credit that he's thinking outside the box. And he's extremely creative. He'll do things that you know, you you would you could go to take classes on how to be president for one hundred years, and they will never tell you to do what he's done with Kim Jong UN or others. He really is doing some things where I can imagine people say like I'll I don't know that seems pretty weird to me. But the point is that he has a gut about it, and he has been successful over the decades. And so I think we have to give him the benefit of the doubt. But I think you're right. That that when people have nothing else, this is where they're gonna go. Well, and that's the whole reason why I wrote mad politics because there is a good kind of crazy. Crazy like a FOX is a term that will. The president very well. There's also the kind of passionate kind of madness you have magic skills. I believe this president does have mad skills. And then there the bad kind of crazy that we all hope to avoid in our life to the best of our ability by the grace of God. I don't think he fits in that third category. And that's why I not. Politics, entitled it if such well, it's fascinating to me. Because as somebody who has observed this president, I often describe him as a maniac, and when I say that I'm complimenting him Luther, obviously, I just wrote a book about Martin Luther a year ago, Luther was a maniac people couldn't believe the things that came out of his mouth. He was also a flat out genius. I mean, it's so so for us to be really simplistic about it and say, well, there's kind of you know, you've got people that that they know how to make widgets, and they're very very simple and they're saying, and then anybody who's creative while they're crazy. Well, it's as you say, it's subjective. And I think that, you know, most Americans won't buy it. Most Americans understand that even if they disagree with somebody like this that certainly doesn't mean he's crazy. We've just got about thirty seconds left. Dr Gina tell us. What else we need to know about your book, man politics? Well, I love everyone to pick up a copy it's available on Amazon. I would love it. If they'd go back in and raid it now that the left has made it to consider Slater campaign down from five stars. I think it's at three and a half because they keep plugging away. But anyway, let me know what they seek. I'd love to hear. I hope they'll do the same things happening to my book, Donald drains the swamp haters get on there. They give it one star. Folks. Would you help out Dr Gina Loudon and Eric Metaxas? And go to Amazon, and if you like our books, let people know Gina hang on. We're that I wanna get your address. So you can have my book on your coffee table. Stick around, folks. Thanks for listening. We'll be right back with.
"gina loudon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Contact her lawyers. So she can't say that everything is is is truthful, but you got a bunch of Democrats, and we'll hear from one of them in a second. Let's say she needs to get the benefit of the doubt. Joe Biden says you should believe her schemer says you believe her and she's telling the truth and Kavanagh's a liar. And Lindsey Graham, he's not buying it. If she doesn't wanna come testify. It's time to move on and vote. I don't know anything about this Ford. I know said thirty six year old allegation. Can't tell us when it happened. And where it happened. I know a lot about judge Cavanaugh that speaks at he's not the kinda gotta do this. But she deserves to be heard, and she will be challenged cabin deserves to be heard and be able to defend himself. But if she does not want to come Monday publicly, or privately we're going to move on and vote Wednesday should do that. But but again, maybe there should even be a a full FBI investigation and Senator Macy Hirono from Hawaii. She's on the Senate Judiciary committee. She is just flat out oughta believe the accuser, not only do women like Dr Ford who bravely comes forward need to be heard. But they need to be believed. They need to be believed you need to believe them. All I have to do is raise that allegation, and you need to believe them. This is a whole new concept now. All you have to do is accused somebody of anything about murdered. Somebody committed a murder, and and you or somebody assaulted you, and you just say, you know, that that person assaulted me period. You don't have to prove it or anything you'd have to you have to give that person the benefit of the doubt. Can you imagine where we would be as far as law and order is concerned here in this country. If that were if this were the case on a regular basis as amazing one hour from now, Dr Gina Loudon of her book. New book is called mad politics. She will be our guest here on the show. Take some phone calls Djilas and Townsend. Good morning. Jill you're on CBS. Good morning. She deserves to be heard and investigate this fully. I think the answer is to install Cavagnaud provisionally with the understanding that. He will remove himself immediately. Well. Finding that he did wrong. I don't think he would want to have an investigation of a sitting supreme court Justice. Would that would be the compromise? Nobody. But what I'm saying is your compromise would be to go ahead and approve in have him sit on the supreme court. And then have that cloud over him. I don't think he would have to recuse himself just about on everything Jill. Okay. Let me ask you this. Do you believe if this woman actually believes that she was a victim of attempted rape or sexual assault? Where should she not folly criminal complaint with the Montgomery County? Police that's obviously what she should do. And I think then. Yeah. Yeah. But this whole the FBI doesn't investigate this kind of thing. It's not a federal crime. So that's what she should do. She serious about it. If she if she the series felt that she in her words, he inadvertently tried to kill me. Then there should be a criminal complaint filed if there's no criminal complaint filed then she just ought to go away. That's right. And she's given the opportunity to do all of those things and do them quickly and behind closed doors if necessary. Well, I mean, the constitution says he has the right to confront his accuser in a criminal trial. But we're not there yet. This is a this is a political trial. The purpose of the. Accuser is to stall the proceedings to good results should get quick action on his appointment confirmation. And you get whatever she wants to do as quickly as she wants to do it. The only the issue is the only the only mechanism there is for removing a supreme court Justice is impeachment. And that's rarely want to cloud. Supreme court Justice. Because as I said before. If you have an investigation of a supreme court Justice going on at the time that that Justice is sitting on the bench. Then basically that Justice would have to recuse himself or herself about everything. You'll thanks for the call. We had to run for heartbreak here at seven forty four time for WCBS, traffic.
"gina loudon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Everything's truthful. I don't know. But I do know that. Yeah. To contact her lawyers. I can't say that everything's truthful. She would sit on this thing. Look this was their ace up the sleeve here. There's no doubt about that. This was a hail. Mary hail Mary pass, and you can see through it. Now. Look this woman has vague very very foggy vague recollections of what happened where it happened. What jurisdiction it happened in? Who was there? How many were there all kinds of things? I mean, and here it is thirty five thirty six years later. And so basically what she has. And I'm still convinced that somebody somebody got to her. And and just didn't look you don't come out and expose yourself. I mean, no matter how much advocate she is. This. This is going to be putting her in a bad light to begin with making because half the population. Probably is going to say what the heck is this woman doing? So I believe that there was some money or gratuities involved here as well. I can't prove that nobody nobody. If you want the FBI to come in now, maybe the to look into that. It's interesting Dr Gina Loudon had a chance to talk with her yesterday. And I know you're busy in the newsroom. So this was the only time she could she could do the interview. So we prerecorded we'll play it later this morning. She is a background in psychology. And she said that it's interesting this woman, and this is Dr loud, and the woman herself she makes the point that she didn't do this nineteen eighty two. She didn't do it in ninety two or two thousand and two she discovered this alleged incident in two thousand twelve during couples therapy, and Dr Loudon said that this was. Regressive therapy. And she says it's pretty much almost junk science in the in many parts of the psychological, and this woman herself as a psychologist Dr Christine Blasi Ford. So she says a lot of the stuff some of these things can be suggested or implanted through hypnotic. Sessions and so on and so forth. So who knows she may actually believe this? She actually believed it happened to maybe it was implanted or suggested or maybe it was a case of mistaken identity. But the fact is that she's not willing to shop in a closed hearing. You don't have to put yourself on parade for the entire world. You can do it at a closed hearing on Monday and be heard by the United States Senate judiciary committee, and as a right now, she's not willing to do that. There's another report to that would Mitt Romney last ran for president. But he too. What might have been subjected to this kind of thing because the report is that they had her in the wings ready to come out against mitt. Rhonda. What of course, we was all moot point because Mitt Romney lost out. She may have been one of those binders. Remember the binders of women that Romney allegedly have five twenty eight. And if you want to join us your calls and comments coming up next, and we hear from all the Liberal Democrats say you got to believe her you must believe her. We got that coming up in just a second. You're listening to Sean and Frank Maryland's wakeup call. Hey, you know, what I learned a long time ago? Just how well a house is built and until you don't know actually how well a house is built in you actually, go through a storm your roof doesn't leak on sunny days..
"gina loudon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Two two two five two two two Lawrence. Von Dr drew. We will be getting an EMMY report at the bottom e r right now, we're going out to a friend Gina Loudon, author of mad politics, keeping your sanity in a world gone. Crazy and Jeannie you could not arrive on a better day. A better day for world concrete. I guess so. But today we were struggling with the the metoo movement and keeping it alive and healthy. And you know. I wouldn't say free of accessories, but protected from some of the accessors or the accusations of excess and abuse really abuses and the abuses the moment right guy. Hey, take it that far because you know, but I again, and I was talking to learn about how narcissism has become predominant personality style in our country, particularly though, even worldwide to some extent and some of the mob stuff. We're seeing is in my opinion, the results that narcissistic turn. Wow. That's a great point. Dr do I hadn't really thought of that. It's so true in my book mad politics. I talk about narcissism that I think it should be this is just my own Gina theory. But I think it should be on a scale a spectrum. You think that it takes a certain amount of narcissism? I would agree. Yeah. I think all of America should hear what I say every day. Not you. But you know, just to be a commentator to be a pundit or to be a radio talk show who have a following on social media. Well, you're you're you're you're you're bringing up the idea of healthy narcissism of which there is such a thing. And and I would I would argue that. Yeah. And I would argue that there's two sort of. There's one. Well, one thing to watch out for one thing to protect against one is to pay attention, if you can pay attention to other people's feelings if they have meaning in all moments, and you can pay attention to them and appreciate them even a bad narcissist. Can't be that bad. And if you find a way to never experience or to do something other than act out envy envy is the big problem with our system. And and Dr two that is such a pervasive problem in our culture right now. Politicians have exploited. The emotion of NBA NBA to me is one of the most destructive thing. And I will say this. And this may be a little out of the Leno probably get hate mail for it. But I get plenty of that. Anyway. So we'll just put it at the back of the file. But I really think that India is one of the things that has kept winning down for so long. And I mean woman to woman envy, I really love women that are supportive of other women. I think we have to be very protective of one another and realize there's plenty of oxygen at the top of the tank, and the more women are successful the more. I as well alternately be successful. And not just that my daughters, my granddaughters, and the list goes on I think we have to bear that in mind because I think that's so many women undercut each other, especially professionally I read studies about this. I know you have to it's back. I'm not just appealing my ideas here on and when they have to be careful, but we also have to be very careful to protect the metoo movement. John I think that if we're going to take over aggressive therapy session and say that this is this is this is the hill. We wanna die on. On on the metoo movement. I just think we have to be very careful about what women who have truly been attacked not that this woman hasn't but not speaking. Of course, the Cavanaugh accuser not that. She hasn't been we don't know the answer to that yet. But if we are going to go undermining entire careers based on regressive therapy, which has been called the question many times. I don't have to tell you that Dr drew then we better think as women just how that could possibly undermine. We'll accusations that are truly tragic, and and how far we're going to take before we say, hey, you know, what we're gonna look for real corroborated evidence. We're gonna look for, you know, data we need we need wheel stacks here before we're going to get behind a movement that is going to encompass people who are basing things off of what is sort of pop psych that has been retorted in many cases, I think we just have to. Be careful. I'm not saying it's not true. I think personally, I just think we as women have to be very careful because we are really treacherous ground here. Gina I agree with you so much on in the sense of women needs to look out for each other and protect each other. And if there's one thing that I've learned from the me too movement and raise my awareness is so many times the victims. Of of some of the more horrendous misconduct by by men in power has big has happened. Because. They have gone to women for help and support and mentoring and didn't find it. And in fact, in many cases, women were out to hurt them or to get rid of a young a young lane that looks like they are angling for their job. And so they fall into the trap of these men that Dan offer to mentor them and to help them with their careers. And if more women looked out for each other and help each other, you know, that we could have protected these young women instead of instead of kind of throwing them out there. To be preyed upon. Poignant and very very timely point. That's why we have to be discerning so careful so judicious in how how we let this movement sort of consume our psyche. Because as America we're going to have to make up our minds about a lot of things if I say it does that mean it happened. Just because I'm a woman, you know. And if you take the cabinet situation in particular, this wasn't a meat situation specifically. Yes, you know, judge Kavanagh's looking at having a tremendous amount of power now. And I think that's why the president and the White House said, yes, we we have to see through. But he didn't have any power back in high school when he was just this actually happened. If he's denying categorically he did. There's no corroborating evidence. Even the one person she said was there as a witness says, he didn't know anything about this just didn't happen as far as he knows? And so if we're, you know, we're going to to say that all women have to be believed, and we have to be careful about who we believe. So that the women who really are attacked and who really do have a horrible story about being oppressed. From men in power over them are still. Hurt and taken seriously. So let's let's look at a situation like this. What do we do with this? We're talking about something forty or fifty years ago heard about you. I don't remember any. I can't tell you anything about any party. I went to high school. I can't. So if somebody were to accuse me of something, I would probably say, I wasn't there because I don't remember. I don't remember and recollect, right? And so what do you do when one person has a memory of something bad happening? And the other person has no recollection. That's all you have are the two peoples experience. What do we do with that? And especially the forty years because one thing is ten years or five years ago but forty what should we do? I don't know what to do with it. I don't know either. Dr drew America's going to have to make a decision about this. This'll be left up to people that are far more powerful than me to decide. But my opinion is that we also have to consider a lifetime. Look, we believe in reform. Right. So even if and I don't believe like I said, categorically, there's just not enough evidence for me to personally jump on board with this woman who's making these accusations against Cavanaugh. But I don't believe that if you know if something like that even war to have happened that long ago a drunk high school kid a drunk woman. She's admits she was drunk if that's even two years. But how do you remember? I camera what part of those that letter. What I drank at a party that seems insane to me. When you're in high school, and you're a chick you weigh ninety pounds. You forgot to eat that day. I'm telling you two years can do a number. I know that my point is my point is Dr drew that. I think we, you know, again, we have to tread lightly. If you very careful, and if this man is lived a noble life after that point at what point you give him credit for that. At what point do you become concerned about what this kind of thing is putting his wife and his young daughters through, you know, at what point do we as women begin to stand up for people who have managed to reform themselves, even if it were true. And again, there's zero evidence it is. But even if it were that's another layer, we haven't we haven't talked about what people live at a certain kind of life ever after and they had one sort of unfortunate day, right? And learn from a mistake who knows you know, it would be tragic to destroy an entire career based on something like this that we really just don't know anything about. So we're just gonna have to wait and see. And hope there's more evidence for one side or the other and that we can get a clearer picture of this the Dr drew I I mean, I know that you know, you can people. I I mean, you two people can see you and Lauren could go outside right now, a traffic accident, and you can each have a very different reporting of it. You have a dream tonight. Dr drew and the whole next day. Have you ever had this happen where you really it was so realistic had this dream, and and psychology talks about this lots of therapists have talked about this. And so we just can't know from regressive therapy that these are forgive. Forget regression just there's a whole there's a whole discipline. There's gigantic academic departments dedicated to memory and not just memory, but witness memory, and because the reason that the academia had to get involved with it is it's so stunning. How different people's reporting an experience, and then memory of water something they experience is even a day later a week later month later, and how the changes in decays over time our own memories that we're so confident in change all over the place. I it just it. It's weird because I know have lots of things I feel very confident about for a memory standpoint that in reality nowhere should be confident because that's ugly memory work. Yeah. My husband. My husband will look at me on on a daily basis not a week. But maybe on a monthly basis and go, Honey, I love you. But you're just remembering completely raw, right? Not how it happened. And then then maybe he's wrong. And there's no way to tell us we have some evidence. Whenever I criticize my mother for my awful, childhood tells me, I only have selective memory. Happens to be fair. We do tend to primarily member of the negative that is sort of how are brains work. We primarily do that. But but tell me about the book what what can we learn in the book? Well, you know, the book I wanted to address the division. Dr drew you and I've talked about this on your shows before it is very heavy on my heart. How divided we are in this country, and I really wanted to speak to that. And to invite both sides to take some really practical steps steps that I learned back in school during, you know, studying psychology, studying human development, studying systems of people and groups and how they relate, and and there is some some real wisdom out there. Dr drew is you know, that I believe can bridge the gap at least we can start with their own families. You know, we can start with holidays over the dinner table. Whereas where the conversation is uncomfortable because he become so divided. And I think that we each have a really important role to play in that. And I spelled that out in my book mad politics because I wanna be a vehicle that helps too. You know, we're not to agree. I'm okay with that all day long you and I disagree on a lot. We agree on a lot. But we do need to be civil and we do need to have the. Conversation, and we do need to be based in reality. When we have that conversation. I think those are some really important places to start. Let's take some calls here. It's eight hundred two two two five two two two. This is Margaret would he say? I was involved in rape trials fifteen years ago. I haven't got it. I haven't out with the Justice system. Did the way I was treated in the courts, I would never go through it again. The idea that they're taking this woman who has come forward and putting her in this..
"gina loudon" Discussed on KGO 810
"And our weather forecast is calling for a nice a work week. It's gonna actually get warm by the middle of. Of the week Wednesday upper eighties Thursday, low nineties inland. Pretty steady pattern by the coast and bay where temperatures will be in the low sixties to the lowest seventies right now. It is sixty in San Francisco sixty seven in Oakland, and we're at seventy eight in Morgan hill, I'm Nikki medoro. Now back to Dr drew on Keijo ten. Ooh. With lawrence. Number's eight hundred two two two five two two two Lawrence. Dr drew. We will be getting an EMMY report at the bottom e r right now, we're going out to a friend Gina Loudon, author of mad politics, keeping your sanity in a world gone. Crazy and Jeannie you could not arrive on a better day. Every day is a better day for world concrete. I guess so. But today we were struggling with the the metoo movement and keeping it alive and healthy. And you know. I wouldn't say free of excess as protected from some of the accessors or the accusations of excess and abuse really abuse. The abuse is the moment. Right, gary. Hey, take it that far because it, you know, but again, and I was talking to learn about how narcissism has become a predominant personality style in our country, particularly though, even worldwide to some extent and some of the mob stuff. We're seeing is in my opinion, the results that narcissistic turn. Wow. That's a great point. Dr drew. I hadn't really thought of that. It's so true in my book mad politics. I talk about narcissism that I think it should be this is just my own Gina theory. But I think it should be on a scale a spectrum because I do think that it takes a certain amount of narcissism. I think you and Lauren would agree to say, I think all of America should hear what I say every day. Seeing me not you just to be a commentator to be a pundit or to be a radio talk show who to have a following social media, while you're you're you're you're you're bringing up the the idea of healthy narcissism of which there is such a thing. And I would I would argue that. And I would argue that there's two sort of Liz one. Well, one thing to watch out for one thing to protect against is to pay attention, if you can pay attention to other people's feelings, if they have meaning in all moments, and you can pay attention to them and appreciate them, even a bad narcissists can't be that bad. And if you find a way to never experience or to do something other than act out envy envy is the big problem with ours. And Dr drew that is such a a pervasive problem in our culture right now. Politicians have exploited. The emotion of NBA NBA to me is one of the most destructive thing. And I will say this. And this may be a little out of the limit. I'll probably get hate mail for it. But I get plenty of that. Anyway, we'll just put it at the back of the file. But I really think that India is one of the things that has kept winning down for so long. And I mean woman woman envy, I really love women that are supportive of other women. I think we have to be very protective of one another and realize there's plenty of oxygen at the top of the tank, and the more women are successful the more. I will ultimately be successful. And just that my daughters, my granddaughters, and the list goes on I think we have to bear that in mind because I think that's so many women undercut each other especially professionally. But studies about this. I know you have to it's a fact I'm not just doing my ideas here on and and have to be careful, but we also have to be very careful to protect the metoo movement on I think that if we're going to take a regressive therapy session. And say that this is this is this is a hill. We wanna die on on the movement. I just think we have to be very careful about what women who have truly been attacked not that. This woman hasn't not speaking. Of course, the cavenaugh accuser not that. She hasn't been we don't know the answer to that yet. But if we are going to go undermining entire careers based on regressive therapy, which has been called the question many times. I don't have to tell you that Dr drew, and then we'd better think as women just how that could possibly undermine. We'll accusations on that are truly tragic, and and.
"gina loudon" Discussed on KGO 810
"Today. Nice and sunny with temperatures in the low sixties to the low eighties. I'm Nikki medoro. Now back to Dr drew on K G O. Doc through we're taking your calls at eight hundred two two two five two two two. Rob you see consumed with the cavenaugh hearings and the new allegations against him. The FBI. The Democrats are calling for an FBI investigation. These allegations. I think that's I guess reasonable top of the hour. We're going to speak to Gina Loudon, author of mad politics. Keep your sanity in a world gone crazy. I'd love to know, exactly. How to do that? But learn I were sort of speaking of going crazy preoccupied with some goofy comments by Sean pan bet the metoo movement, and we're we're trying to make sense them show. We should we should I read them you want to read them. Well, he he has come out. You know, he's promoting new show out on Netflix called the first about a mission to Mars, and he was asked to comment on the movement. And he had some just kooky comment. You really did. He said this movement is a close friend, and this is a movement that was largely shouldered by kind of receptacle of the salacious whatever that when asked what he meant responded. We don't know. What's a fact in many of the cases salacious is as soon as you call something a movement that is really a series of many individual accusers victims accusations, some of which are unfounded. He said the spirit of much of what has been the metoo movement is to divide men and women. All right. So let's kind of break that down. There's very understand there. But let's at least take his last statement at its face value. Which is why would this? Why would the in the spirit meaning the intent the intent that may in fact be results? Yeah. But it's definitely not. Okay. So the spirit is not to divide men and women. Now, what is the spirit? Let's kind kinda dig at that is to call out an abuse of power. Is it is it to forbidden? I mean. Forgive me for about dividing men and women. I mean, you look at the people that have fallen because of it the Harvey Weinstein. Kevin Spacey who preyed on boys? You know? There have been one hundred thousand boys that were assaulted by their male priests. I mean, it's all part of the metoo movement of people coming forward and saying this happened to me and being believed, and and not these these accusations are unfounded. I mean, when it goes to press reporters have to be very careful that they have enough evidence to to print these allegations. They don't just go by anyone's word whenever well both parties. But to that end, we have no evidence on this woman that called out Cavanaugh may have no evidence directly don't. And that's why we went with it. The government went with it. And that and that's what they went with it saying she should be heard. And there should be an investigation, which I think is okay. But but I want to get back to this because I'm hoping by really nail. And in the spirit of this. Will help guide our way into this cavenaugh thing, which is the spirit is caught power. But it's also to empower women and not just women. That are women though. Okay to it is to. Let me just let me let me just get at this. It's to empower victims to to fish safe. What is what is the power that the victims need to be able to speak out? To be able to say. Without without repercussions with power taliation with our tiny showcase. Let's call it. Right. So it's calling out power in the face of misbehavior. Allowing those victims of abuse of power to come forward without the power overwhelming them or harming them specifically. It's that right. Yeah. Without that power that you caved to being able to further harm. You also draw wariness to how big the problem is. Okay. So now, isn't it? But, but I you view, I understand you put under the umbrella also invoice or abused by priests and stuff, but I think I like the me too is really a female women's empowerment, well, it has United women because in many in most cases, I would say women have been the victims. But it's not gonna be. Got a women's movement. This is anyone who has been a victim. It should welcome. Other Terry crews came out he's part of the metoo movement. He says he was all to by a male. I mean, you know, there are boys that say you don't Kevin Spacey assaulted them. They're welcome in welcome. Welcome. Part of it. But if you leave out female empowerment as a as a goal in this aren't we not goal if it were not spirit spirit. Now, it's not about female empowerment, it's about being is about quality. Maybe being heard and believed in the face of men that have been in power that have silenced. I so long. But I think that's just the result of more men in power than women. That would be which means there are more v male female victims than Melvin right? But we would like to reduce that imbalance, which means empowering group right now, we would like it to end completely. We don't women carrying out the same. Power. We'll keep this go on give us your thoughts. Eight hundred two two two five two two two. It's Dr midday live. Dr drew midday.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"For Thursday August sixteenth goes the. Gene. Allowed now gene allowed and serves on president Donald Trump's twenty twenty campaign media. Advisory board I don't even know what, that is but she would not see an end debating my sister. Angela rye now Angela arrives always with. The smoke if you've ever, seen beyond say, up video remember the female hanging out the window with the, baseball bat looking like she's ready for, whatever death Angela rye all. The. Time okay with, this month Angela been weighing braids because he's trying to protect your hair. From heat so I believe that mercury is in retro braid and that has not fared well for white folks. On, CNN now Angela was having a discussion with Gina Loudon about diversity in the, White House and she made. Absurd claim Gina did that previous presidents didn't need black employees to. Abolish slavery let's go to. CNN here gene is. Ridiculous rhetoric what disappoints me is the division and the fact that we're having to count people based on their. Skin color you look back at our history, and we we have a pretty amazing history of overcoming slavery of expanding Civil rights of women's, rights and a lot of those things happened under American presidents who. Didn't have any minorities at all on. Their white houses thank God, we do I, looked over the list of the people that I know they're, in about one third of them are, a minority or a woman. Those. Are great strides, the problem is when you have someone come out and defend the president. Or even say they want to sit down and have a conversation with him for example Kanye west they're completely. Annihilated, in the press I haven't adopted minority son yes I do who happens to, have syndrome he experiences bigotry. Every single day and I understand that you and I don't agree. But I would not support. A president that I. Believed was going to be a threat to his future now I don't believe in calling any woman a bitch. But I feel like little heart ourself last, night from calling Gina Bishop kinda slip down a little bit And one thing. I love is when I can call, them my family are way smarter, than me who can give that intellectual smoke the people like Jean allowed and because I'm not the highest grade. In the dispensary but I could have, sworn Frederick Douglass a black, man was in ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Dan was wanting to read slavery was abolished but what do I know all I know is that Angela doesn't always. Get the, time to. Say what she wants on CNN but this is the breakfast club far cry from CNN today Angela rye got time Angelo could you. Please let America know. Why gene allowing, deserves donkey today sure there is a there's a one a two or, three of four a four b but I wanna start with. Just correcting, history and, that is she said that there. Were none but she's talking. About, minorities none on their White House is. First of all wrong preposition but, also that we have always been a part of, every White House I have a t shirt that says we built this joint for free which means that. We, were also part of constructing literally the building the, White House where now president orgy dwell so my point one. Is, she said a third of the curve White House, staff, is minority or women the. Fact that you. Have to group in black? People because the question was how many black people work in the White House anytime you have to, do that type of grouping we already know women or minorities. Right the second was she, talked about the great accomplishments in America the civil rights movement ending? Slavery. And she said, with no minorities, it's just not even worth responding, to we know, it's it's era you already brought it Frederick Douglass she forgot all about Dr king apparently she's, wrong addition to that in. Addition to that she said I don't like to have to. Count folks based on skin color again I refer back to the question. The question was how many black people, work and the White House so, all these uses can go out the door for a is for bringing your child in to this discussion which. Apparently is now the Twenty-eight teen version, of I have black friends She talked about she would never be able. To support Donald Trump if he. Didn't enact policies or, VN acted, policies that would put her child in danger Gino we hate to. Break, it to you your donkey of. The day because you don't know that every policy this president interact. In ax is parmi your child whether we're talking about the climate which it hurts all children more we're talking, about policies that regularly discriminate against children of color. Including her minority child And that's why I call her a off fifteen please let remark gene allowed in the biggest he he you stupid dumb all right well thank you Charlemagne and Angela rotten no thank you Angela rye.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The the prisoners their families were there these were young men and women that went through a rehabilitation program as part of their good time program to get out a little early and so i meet probably somewhere in the neighborhood of forty forty five prisoners that were in on drug offenses and you know a lot of times when you're taking drugs you're thinking you know the the burn out meth addict and some of them certainly would have fit that that descriptive but there's a huge portion of people doing time right now for nonviolent offenses that i think they should be punished but to decca life sentence which was the original the original penalty for this was the the rest of your life in prison gimme a break that makes no sense whatsoever so if he continues to champion the rights of those without a voice out the put the way i told her last night you might not see a democrat hold national office for twenty or thirty years now you're always going to have your democrats settlers what at the at the at the executive level the executive branch level gimme a break because he has among people that know him i've never met donald trump but i know at least a half a dozen people that are in his his sphere of influence his universe on a daily basis one of them from right here superstation one oh one another one zero one affiliated personality dr gina loudon is is part of his messaging team and i have a couple of other friends is why you've got graduates from auburn for example that are on staff at the white house there are several people that i've spoken to over the last year or so that are constantly within his little circle and they all say the exact same things he's accessible to the degree of the secret service will allow in debate he's affable he's patient tolerant friendly open and that drives democrats nuts because if you think about it from this perspective they are used to being told in a lot of ways what they should be thinking air go take the bus fat but don't drink that soda you don't need thirty two ounces a sugary drink don't go to those white people charges i mean the list is almost endless the funny thing is if a lot more i'm not gonna say republican i'll say conservative judges.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Bannon had lost his mind i actually i actually put a tweet out yesterday what you can follow us at michael hart jerry jr taste show that abandoned as far as i was in sir lost his mind the moment he jumped into the alabama special senate race here and that there were so many people that came to alabama palin was here jan morgan was here and a gina loudon came down for a while ban has been here two or three time dr sebastian gorka had also been an alabama and i thought many times there because i talked to one or two of these people prior to them code the state and i'm like you know i don't know who you are going to endorse i don't know what the the end game is here but you are putting yourself in a position as a conversation that we've had both with laura ingram and with an coulter about interjecting yourself if you're outside the state your political commentator and then injecting yourself into the alabama senate rescues a really truly had no upside for any of these people and so i put out yesterday that i thought banner was begin to lose his mind has become an alabama i understand the endorsement aspect of it but the reality of it is is that you know the the candidacy of roy moore was was you know so so controversial it's a for so many people and to interject yourself into that to go all anti trump in the case of bannon and it's interesting that you've got so many people that were supportive of cabinet instead of alabama but there are also supportive of donald trump and i don't see how those two particular torot dynamics can coexist so it's going to be very interesting to see what happens between bannon trump they have been a knock in heads the last the last couple three days we will continue to monitor that story take your calls on it as well also court won't reheared defamation case against the bill cosby the new york post is reporting the airlines may take about two one of the good things why about flying will get mess story perhaps.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The onslaught of the allegations from these young ladies againsty banner was in ah alabama yesterday dr gina loudon was with him as well there was a whole host the folks down and fair hope and a whole lot of folks at a rugged time listening to idea and we were thinking about driving down there but then decided against it later on synthesis such a remarkably long haul and we let it get these guys on the air with us anyway also a constitutional fight over the wedding cake as a drawn hundreds of activists on both sides do the supreme court decision yesterday in a hot button case obvious firstly pitting religious and artistic a conviction against discrimination targeting the l g b t community the justices her almost an hour and a half of spirited oral arguments appearing equally divided along ideological lines over perhaps the most closely watched appeal so far this term weather applying colorado's public accommodations law to compel a baker to create a commercial expression violates a business owners constitutionally protected christian beliefs about marriage uh as reported out yesterday charlie craig and david mullins of denver visited a place called the masterpiece cake shop in two thousand and 1202 by custommade wedding cake when owner jack phillips refused services when he was told it was for a samesex couple that gave birth to a state of civil rights commissions sanctioned fight when phillips after a formal complaint from the gay couples stood in defiance for making the cake now legal questions over compelled speech expressive content in societal tolerance placed the bench squarely in the middle of this particular cultural war debate competing claims involving religion and gay rights.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The the perma is on the station about the special election coming up on the twelve th we will be here live with you throughout the course of uh of the december twelve special senate election we will have various personnel here superstation one on one dispatched across the land to get feedback from the various camps some of the commercials have gotten a bit deep we've got twitter wars going on between hollywood elites in the roy moore camp we've got personnel from the roy more camp go pop in studio little bit later on has reached out to them as well as a doug jones a c we just can't get will idea looming issues at hand and also i know that steve bannon is going to be in fair hope on the fifth of december also are good body dr gina loudon is going to be with mr bannon and we know that will be hearing from gina were trying to get a ban on the air with us as well just to get his thoughts on this raises it just continues to just chug alaga chug along i'm having roy more nightmares i know you're giggling in there but his guide but i am i mean i just i the tv you know last night i'm so desperate i'm so desperate to get away from it i'm watching willy wonka and the chocolate factory what a class yet really as a good movie idol on that movie and i'm just going ahmed just make it stall on having an fictional allegation dreams are you yeah i'll running fundis predator yeah yeah who is us predator i dunno i can't see a faith brothers there's so many private is them many of them know and i don't mean to downplay that hank tyco going to get or to you i don't mean to downplay that but hasnat khan of gotten to the point now where it's a story that we have done more reporting on sexual allegations and sexual predators then we have done on the fallout of las vegas and others and you wake up and you you hear this allegation i mean literally if if you go over two i have a are a special account that is something that we know we use here for for show preparation throughout the course of the day it allows toia and mickey and jessica and a few of.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Not your new good but three degrees already watching back by boys and girls uplist a little bit of a quick housekeeping you've heard the the perma is on the station about the special election coming up on the twelve th we will be here live with you throughout the course of uh of the december twelve special senate election we will have various personnel here superstation one on one dispatched across the land to get feedback from the various camps some of the commercials have gotten a bit testy we've got twitter wars going on between hollywood elites in the roy moore camp we've got personnel from the roy more camp go pop in studio little bit later on has reached out to them as well as a doug jones a c we just can't get will idea looming issues at hand and also i know that di steve bannon is going to be in fair hope on the the fifth of december also are good body dr gina loudon is going to be with mr bannon and we know that will be hearing from gina were trying to give vanden on the air with us as well just to get his thoughts on this raises it just continues to just chug alaga chug along i'm having ruined more nightmares i know you're giggling in there but his guy but i am i mean i just i turn on the tv you know last night i'm i'm so desperate i'm so desperate to get away from it i watching willy wonka and the chocolate factory what a class yet really as a good movie idol that movie and i'm just going um it just make it stall on having an fictional allegation james are you yeah i'll running fundis predator yeah yeah who is us predator i dunno i can't see a faith brothers there's so many predators is though many of them know.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Contest ray the survivors the bachelor the bachelorette you've got american idol that sort of thing because it's kinda got i like uh what's the one with yeah that one uh the voice i enjoyed it because because there's the benefit of hearing some decent singers in the case of near you really don't hear bad when no and the case of flipper flop rate by restroom or etc you're at least learning something i've got some good idea some things that i've been around the house our ideas that i have gleaned from o'shares but the reality programs like come on which one was she give a rose to betsy you got your prevarication you've got you've got the contest tap stuff that you're going to watch their dates and all that okay but then you've also got the reality shows like growing up he'll pop atlanta and the housewives of los angeles right then you've got those like the car dash sheehan site which is it's not a competitive it's not a you know garage what was what was the one with what was the wind with thumb what right out of my head ozzy osbourne yeah aci what was that called little with the osborne or whatever whatever the heck it was i don't care i do not care what did you see the woman gene simmons the family jewels now i did not i did the one episode listen now i enjoyed that that was fantastic just kind of watching that back side of his life in watching him as a businessman and the venture's not that i got crazy of course i mean it's gene simmons but as far as watching it to know the other side of the person that you only see and make out a film at interesting did you ever watch wife swab no because we have a friend of the program that was actually on wife swap no yes no yes i think i've heard that story did she go three withered itchy leave early she left early but she like she was on it yet i think someone in the building told this would be dr gina loudon yes from that was entertaining are bad as it was so anyway again but when you compare the reality show i mean even.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Few moments there is a significant weather advisory for southwestern cherokee county until four p m today we are going to continue to monitor the weather in the region and up there are several other weather reports there we are currently gathering for you as well there is a outflow boundary now running north east to northwest us through the vance section of the state and a chance additional storms could four own at that according to i jerry tracy added alabama's thirteen and so we are going to continue to monitor the situation throughout the course of the day whether is going to be on our lips all throughout the afternoon today on quite assuredly tomorrow as well so we're going to ask your permission to plays pardon us the license to make absolutely certain that we keep people apprise as to what is going on at allowed down tree raised throughout the state yesterday watt bad accidents hither agnon and so we will do everything in our power to make absolutely certain there were keeping people save as we possibly kim so we will do that throughout the course of the day in a few moments are going to have a conversation with god gina loudon lease that's what so my schedule hopefully it's owners and running things on top gene about is the implosion in the continued implosion of the the media i dunno i wanna call the mainstream media because quite frankly it's day a timer doesn't seen amazing mainstream about the mainstream media but it's gonna be very very interesting to see what dodging has to say as relates to cnn she was on the on fox couple nights ago hannity does it bank of job every time he's on the fox channels and so she's pa by here in just a few moments indah share her thoughts on.
"gina loudon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"To prague nasty kate if you will that there would be a sea change in this country that would be exploited when certain groups were allow now the ability to change directions changed course and change the narrative and so it is incumbent upon us as not just conservatives but god christians and just people with common sense to see what's going on right in front of us but harvey does it from a biblical narrative and it's extremely well done we're trying to pull the audio down for you here in just a little bit perhaps will be able to play that for you in just a few moments there is a significant weather advisory for southwestern cherokee county until four p m today we are going to continue to mind under the weather in the region and there are some other weather reports there we are currently gathering for you as well there is a outflow boundary now running north east to northwest as through the vance section of the state and a chance additional storms could form own at that according to ijiri tracey added alabama's thirteen gene so we are going to continue to monitor the situation throughout the course of the day weather is going to be on our lips all throughout the afternoon today and quite assuredly tomorrow as well so we're going to ask your permission to plays pardon us the license to make absolutely certain that we keep people apprise as to what is going on and allowed down trees as throughout the state yesterday wada bad accidents hither in agnon and so we will do everything in our power to make absolutely certain there were keeping people saves repository kim so we will do that throughout the course of the day in a few moments going to have a conversation with dodge gina loudon lease that's what's on my schedule hopefully it's on hers and running things on top gene about is the implosion in the continued implosion of the the media i dunno i wanna call the mainstream media because quite frankly.
"gina loudon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"David lasers me la times sitting in for dr drew beer for the next few hours please enjoy and then stick around because we got lots to talk about right now we're gonna take a slightly closer look at the trump administration with the latest allegations that are surrounding jared kushner president trump's soninlaw husband oh yvonne kerr according to the washington post kushner after the november election in december allegedly had a meeting with russian ambassador kislyak at which he proposed a secret communications channel with moscow so that the trump administration could have a back channel quote unquote with of the kremlin now interestingly the white house has not shot down this story in fact a number of administration officials have taken to the airwaves to say well what's wrong with a back channel any communication with russia is a good thing there's something to be said for that but the fact that they're not shooting down seems to add credence to the idea that yes indeed jared kushner proposed a secret back door to communicate with the kremlin and of course coming amid the allegations of russian meddling in the us election and then this taking place while a different administration was still in power and ahead of the the trump administration taking over the white house it seems to add to the growing amount of circumstantial evidence that the trump administration and trump campaign were somehow for some reason income boots with the russians question for you witchhunt or just to be more evidence of of untorn dealings that are going to create even more problems for a problem prone administration eight hundred two two two five two two two is the number you can also find me on twitter david but last wanna bring bringing now friend of this show dr gina loudon she is a gop strategist and a commentator abducted gina thank you so much for joining us my pleasure thanks for having me so when when you see the jarod kushner story developing and then you see the administration officials taking the airwaves to say yeah what's the big deal what what's your take away from that it is an unfortunate eight.