35 Burst results for "Goodwin"

Brady, Bucs beat Seahawks 21-16 in historic Germany game

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brady, Bucs beat Seahawks 21-16 in historic Germany game

"The Buccaneers are back at 500 after Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns in a 21 16 victory against the Seahawks in Munich Brady connected with Julio Jones and Chris Godwin for scores and was 22 of 29 for 258 yards He's four and zero and NFL regular season games played outside the U.S. I think the fan turnout was incredible It felt like a very electric from the time we took the field Gino Smith through touchdown passes to Tyler Lockett and marquise Goodwin to get the Seahawks within 21 16 with three 58 remaining I'm Dave ferry

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Walker, Goodwin lead Seahawks to 37-23 win over Chargers

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Walker, Goodwin lead Seahawks to 37-23 win over Chargers

"The Seahawks took a 17 zero first quarter lead and went on to beat the Chargers 37 23 Rookie running back Kenneth walker ran for a 168 yards and two touchdowns covering 12 and 74 yards It was great though you know our O line always give them credit They did a great job and like I always say they made my job a lot easier Gino Smith threw a pair of touchdowns both going to marquise Goodwin LA's Justin Herbert passed for two scores with an interception and a lost fumble both teams now have a four and three record Mark Myers englewood California

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Join Mike Gallagher in Connecticut This Weekend

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Join Mike Gallagher in Connecticut This Weekend

"This weekend, I'm going to be in Connecticut, Saturday night, I'm going to be on the campus of Goodwin university for the big W DRC radio 101 hundredth anniversary event. It's the hundredth anniversary. W DRC, the station were heard on in Connecticut, is the first radio station in Connecticut. Isn't that cool? So we're going to have a special celebration, we're going to have a big tribute to the legendary Brad Davis. He was the morning host there for over 40 years. Great guy, I met him last time I was in Hartford. And I hope you can come out and join us. For tickets, go to talk of Connecticut dot com. Again, that's this Saturday night, 7 to 9 p.m. at Goodwin university, the W DRC 100th birthday event, and I'll be in Hartford with you. Hope you can come out and see us. Talk of Connecticut dot com for tickets. That's talk of Connecticut dot com.

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"goodwin" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"System beating an open-source project and a free speech project. This isn't like, oh, Bitcoin's winning 'cause eth is losing. It's like, no, this is a big change that's happening. Hello there, how are you all? Welcome to what Bitcoin did podcast, which is brought to you by Gemini. The only place I'm using for buying Bitcoin. I'm your host Peter McCormack, and today I've got an interview with Mark Goodwin, the director of print editorial at Bitcoin magazine, and he was also the composer of that intro that you just heard now mark being the legend that he is a flew all the way from San Francisco to Bedford to make this interview, but of course, I took him to a biffa game, which we won. I think he enjoyed it. Anyway, this was initially meant to be an interview cover in progressives and Bitcoin, but Mark wrote this amazing article about what happened with tornado cash and the upcoming eth fork. So we obviously had to get into that. Now just a warning. It took a little bit of time to get into the Bitcoin stuff in this episode because once I found out Mark had made the music, we went down a bit of a music rabbit hole, so anyone who doesn't care about that, you might just want to skip ahead. I thought it was pretty interesting. Anyway, if you've got any questions about this show or anything else, then please feel free to reach out to me. My email address is hello and what

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So order now with promo code Eric at my pillow dot com or call 809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5 7. Folks, welcome back. We're talking to the authors of battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation, Pete hegseth and David Goodwin. So we're talking about what amounts to a conspiracy to subvert the western judeo Christian tradition baked into the heart of the United States of America. And there's no denying it. People like Dewey, they were on a crusade and they have up till now succeeded. Yes, they have. And you know what? They didn't know what the destination would be, per se. They just knew where the destination was away from. So it was always progress away from the western Christian paideia, the biblical roots of our and free thinking roots of the nexus of Athens in Jerusalem. They wanted to move away from that. That was progress. So you say conspiracy, that's not a wrong term. We use plot or heist because they passed it off to the next group of radical thinkers who carried the ball down the field based on how much God and other basic values have been stripped away. So enter the Frankfurt school enter critical theory, which where did it land? A hundred blocks from here at Columbia University at the teacher's college. And these are marxists who fled Hitler while our boys are fighting over in Europe and World War II. And they are greeted with open arms with their radical views soon to infuse into the teacher's college. And within a couple of decades, one third of teachers in America at elite schools had been taught by the critical theorists of the Frankfurt school. So how do you get critical race theory in your zoom classroom? It is in the curriculum and the pedagogy of how the entire educational industrial complex works. And when you unravel it all, it goes back to those early efforts and each step at which we lay out the unions, which used to be conservative teacher associations that ended up scripture to teachers to use in the classroom, captured by the unions. Well, then the unions create the Department of Education in a giveaway to Jimmy Carter. And at each step, as you said, conservatives and patriots, we were busy winning world wars and fighting enemies and trying to keep the free market and the classroom and the social change side we let the left. But that's always the case, right? You get and this is why conservatives who only are all about the free market. I want to say you're idiots because you won't have a free market if you don't address this other stuff. Like if you make a God of the free market, you might as well worship the devil now because it's all going to go away. And they did take their Christians and conservatives took their eyes off of these various balls. And over the decades, I mean, it's fascinating to me because when we talk about people like Dewey, these are crusaders, and we can demonize them, but we can also give them credit in the sense that they actually believed in this stuff. And they were doing what they thought was right. But they were wise about it. And they took their time, and over time, as you're saying, these ideas that are fundamentally un American. Fundamentally unbiblical. All of these ideas slowly made their way in so that now we live in a world where we say, well, how did this happen? Like it happened overnight. We're teaching critical race theory and we're teaching transgender madness and whatever. How did this happen? Well, it didn't happen overnight. Not even close. Not even close. And that's why we're here to first break down the common assumption that it was the 60s. I came into this project with that. David, when he first researched, did, when you realize it's a lot longer project than that, we are prayer for this book is that it is what it does is the first step to recovery is identifying the depth of your problem. And so we've got parents so courageously protesting at school boards. And that's great. But that's like charging a fortified machine gun nest with nerf guns. Wow. We salute your efforts, but we're going to bury you all. And my mom did the same thing in the 80s and 90s at my public elementary school. She protested a new values free curriculum. I don't even know what it is, but it's the precursor to common core in the previous social learning. I didn't have it, and some parents stood up. She pulled me out, but guess what happened? Four psych elementary school kept teaching it. Nothing changed. Nothing changed. So we advocate for in the book a retreat and an insurgency of Christians to say we need our own schools. Uncover this hidden form of education classical Christian so that we can take back the culture because hoping we're going to change your school board, it's polishing the brass and the Titanic. Wow. Well, I mean, I think we need to do everything, but I think that there are people, the numbers of people pulling their kids out of public schools or even let's face it. There are a lot of quote unquote Christian schools or quote unquote Catholic schools that are themselves half woke or half blind to this. There's certainly not on the good side. But I think parents are waking up. I think the home school numbers are exploding around the country. People are saying like, there's no way I could do a worse job than they're doing to my kids, at least I won't teach my kids Marxism..

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's the key. And let's be honest. Okay, we're talking about freedom, right? And so if you're teaching somebody to think for themselves, it means you have an innate assumption that you can trust people to find this thing called truth. If they're honest. But if you don't believe that, then you have to do propaganda. Or you're exactly right about that, or you make an excuse, which is what we're entering an industrialized economy now. Not everyone needs those skills. So we'll have an elite few who think about things like philosophy, but the rest of you really just need to learn a hard skill. And we see that still today and the idea of stem education. Stems fine. But that becomes the focus. It's one step away from metal shop, okay? No, but I mean, that's kind of how I see it. It's like you can learn to think, or you can get a trade. And if the trade is science, it's like a more of a highfalutin trade, but it's still, you need to be taught how to think. Everyone does. Correct. So it's a wise welder, as opposed to what woke welder, which we have now. I mean, everyone deserves the ability to think critically. And as David points out, that was a no more useful thing for a farmer or a blacksmith. In the founding generation that it is today for someone else. But if freedom of a republic is what's at stake and the ability to think through the propaganda, they want more people educated that way as opposed to liberated. I'm just so glad you wrote this book, battle for the American mind. Do you so where do you start in the book at what is it? Well, we start with the problem identification. I mean, we start with the COVID 16, 19 moment. So here we are in zoom classrooms and you're watching what your kids are learning and suddenly the 1619 Project and CRT and gender obfuscation is right there in front of you. How did this happen? And meet people where they're at and then start to walk backwards of well, here's precisely how it happened. Okay, and again, we've got to remind people what a blessing, the nightmare of COVID turned out to be because if it hadn't been for that nightmare and the overreach of the radical left, most parents would never have known. Decades pass and you don't know. Suddenly, millions of parents woke up and said, wow, wait a minute. Hold on. All right, we'll be right back. Talking to the authors of battle for the American mind Pete hegseth and David Goodwin. I rehearse those words just made last night. When I was thinking hey there folks, Eric taxes here. As you know, our friend and he's a real friend, Mike lindell has a passion to help everyone get the best sleep of their life, but he didn't stop by simply creating the best pillow now Mike has done it again by introducing his my slippers, my slippers, they're unbelievable. I know all about them, but I got to tell you for a limited time you will save $90 on each pair of my slippers. They're expensive. You can save $90. This blowout sale of the year won't last order. Now he's taken over two years to develop them. The mice slippers are designed to wear indoors and out all day long made with my pillow foam and impact gel to help prevent fatigue made with quality leather swayed call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 use the promo code Eric. Or go to my pillow dot com, click on the radio listeners square and use promo code Eric, the offer will not last long,.

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:30 min | 5 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. Somewhere on the sea hey folks final segment talking with Pete hegseth and David Goodwin battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation. So Pete the headline here is that you're not just an empty talking head on Fox and Friends. It's not like they say he's smart. He could do things. It gives me such joy to know that you not only get this stuff but that you've joined with David and written a book about it and that you're using your platform to get the word out to the American people about what is happening. I think part of this has been as a father, a journey of discovery myself as a parent. And that's how we've treated this book and how we treated the film series at Fox nation as well. David, I call him my Sherpa, you know? He's leading me through and I'm discovering in real time very much like most of our viewers are right now. Oh my goodness. I knew there were some problems. I didn't realize it was this big. And hopefully, because I've only more recently made some of the choices to get my kids intentionally into some of these schools. So all of us are behind the curve. And I feel this ticking clock in my mind of every moment they're not in that education. I'm not doing what I should be doing for them. Yes, I need to be doing it in the home. Yes, I need to be doing it in church, but to not have the third part of that of the classroom reinforcing the things that I believe. I'm just losing time. And so I would urge the same thing to parents, do the research, take a look, it's not enough to feel like your principles are nice guy or you've got two members of the school board. That's wonderful. We should fight those places. I don't think we should give up any space. But right now we're in a knife fight. We're in the kill zone. And they've got to surround it and you've got to act when you're in that spot. Well, I got to tell you, that's a fact what you just said. And there are lots of people that don't get that. They don't have the urgency. They think, oh, you're being hot heads. How I wish that were true. How I wish that were true. I mean, look, Chesterton was talking about this stuff in the 1920s. Some people saw this and they've been talking about it. C. S. Lewis was talking about it in the abolition of man. This has been going on and on and on and on. And all along the bad guys will smile at you and say, we want to help your kids in the new world here that we're creating. To me, it's a level of urgency that needs to be communicated. And I know you do in the book that what is the website again for the classical Christian classical Christian dot org. Classical Christian dot org. There's just no way around it. You don't have America without these ideas. In other words, the west, the Greek tradition, the geo Christian tradition, come together to make real freedom possible and people died for this. And when you remove those things, it's a Brave New World. It's China. It's def camps. But people don't believe that. They don't seem to understand and how close we are, basically. Well, before we tend to see what's closest to us, obviously, if we go back in history before Christ and before this form of thought and education, it was an ugly place. It was pretty brutal. People know. We do not want to go back there. People don't realize. I mean, look, because my mother grew up in East Germany and my father came from Greece where the communists were trying to take over. They raised me to love this country and to understand how horribly bad it can be. But I think most Americans think like, how bad could it get? Maybe the economy will down, it would go down a gas prices will go up to ten bucks. But you know what? It can't get that bad. They don't seem to understand that when you pull these things out, it becomes a satanic nightmare. They just won't believe it until they see it. But I think people are beginning to see it. I think American exceptionalism comes with a dose of feeling of America inevitability. And as a result, people say, well, yeah, it's bad, but there's no way we can be that. And things will be okay. And my kid is going to be just fine. So there is a complacency inside all of us. And when you start to realize the depth of the problem, you realize how small you are, which is a wonderful recognition actually, but that means you can affect something. You can choose where your kids go to school. You can choose where your grandkids go to school. And that's the beautiful message of.

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'Battle for the American Mind' With Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 5 months ago

'Battle for the American Mind' With Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin

"Hey folks final segment talking with Pete hegseth and David Goodwin battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation. So Pete the headline here is that you're not just an empty talking head on Fox and Friends. It's not like they say he's smart. He could do things. It gives me such joy to know that you not only get this stuff but that you've joined with David and written a book about it and that you're using your platform to get the word out to the American people about what is happening. I think part of this has been as a father, a journey of discovery myself as a parent. And that's how we've treated this book and how we treated the film series at Fox nation as well. David, I call him my Sherpa, you know? He's leading me through and I'm discovering in real time very much like most of our viewers are right now. Oh my goodness. I knew there were some problems. I didn't realize it was this big. And hopefully, because I've only more recently made some of the choices to get my kids intentionally into some of these schools. So all of us are behind the curve. And I feel this ticking clock in my mind of every moment they're not in that education. I'm not doing what I should be doing for them. Yes, I need to be doing it in the home. Yes, I need to be doing it in church, but to not have the third part of that of the classroom reinforcing the things that I believe. I'm just losing time. And so I would urge the same thing to parents, do the research, take a look, it's not enough to feel like your principles are nice guy or you've got two members of the school board. That's wonderful. We should fight those places. I don't think we should give up any space. But right now we're in a knife fight. We're in the kill zone. And they've got to surround it and you've got to act when you're in that spot.

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Com. Hey, welcome back folks. We're talking about American education, battle for the American mind is the book uprooting a century of miseducation, David Goodwin has written it with Pete hegseth in that David. You're the head of the association of classical Christian schools. So you're like a brainy guy. Pete is just like a talking hit on Fox and Friends. We know he has nothing to say if it's not on a teleprompter. Pete, how did you get involved in this? I've always learned to join forces with people smarter than me. That's the key. Andy's humble, which makes me hate him even more. You went to Princeton, you went to the Harvard Kennedy school of government. What did you major in at Princeton? Politics. You did. I did. Political philosophy. As sort of a degree of that. But I'll tell you what I've learned in this project, how much I didn't learn. I didn't learn any of this stuff. My kids are in classical Christian schools, and all I say every day is, why can't I go back to school and learn these things? Okay, you're singing my song. I have said this over and over in the last couple of decades. I learned something. I wrote a book called if you can keep it Franklin's famous line. And because of Oz Guinness, whose book I had read, I understood things, and all I could think of is how did I not get this? I didn't get any of this. So you obviously going through this elite schools, which like Yale. I mean, they don't teach you this stuff. Not they teach you John Dewey on steroids, I guess. And they teach you now the latest manifestations of the Frankfurt school and critical theory, which is now we now see as critical race theory and we talk about every day. But it was just the water in which we swam. I took social studies. We all took social studies who invented social studies. Yeah, why is it not history? Why is it social studies? We can't get into that. We can't get into that, don't talk about it. I didn't know where that all came from. David had done the research, and then I was able to lay it upon the environment in which we live right now and realize we all got a progressive education. Yeah. Almost everyone watching guaranteed. Right. Got a progressive education that was started by atheist advanced by marxists who had their own agenda and it all happened subtly, and a lot of us think we aren't infected, but we are. And so you have to dig under the ruins of what used to exist. And that's what David did in this project. This is the way education our founders were educated, how free people and republics actually perpetuate themselves. Why don't we do that? As opposed to what we're doing now. I have to say to people need to understand that if you don't get this stuff, if you don't really understand this, you really can't combat it because you don't know. This is why I think so many people are cowards. I mean, so many Republicans are cowards. They don't really understand it. And they're kind of afraid of being questioned. So they just go like, well, what do I need to say so that you don't come after me? I'll just say whatever you want me to say. Because they don't really understand what is happening. And so what you're talking about when you talk about John Dewey signing the atheist humanist manifesto, we need to understand there's a worldview, it is an atheistic worldview. It is at war with the biblical worldview. And we couldn't have America without the biblical world. You don't need to be a Christian to be an American, but you need to understand historically speaking, you do not get American style self government without the Israel covenant of the Old Testament or whatever. It's just not you can talk all day you want about the Iroquois system and people kind of throw this stuff out there. But it's historical fact, isn't it? I mean, you can't really argue with it, but you can ignore it. Well, you know, in the book we talk about the liberal arts and how they were originally developed by the Greeks to enable a republic or a democracy. And we, in this day and age, we think it's just a natural thing. One of the things Pete talks about in the book is his time, pizza, a veteran, and he talks about his time in Afghanistan and the differences that you see in the paideia of the different parts of the world. And we're taking for granted this critical thing that's liberal art tradition. Where people can are trained to think for themselves. That's the key independently minded..

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Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country

"One of the things that I think we just have to be clear in American public education before it went wrong in the 19th century, we would teach love of country, love of God, like these basic things, love of freedom. What is freedom? We really understood that there's just no pulling these things apart. And if we don't teach them, they go away in most of the world, they don't have this kind of stuff. So we had this pride in inculcating the generations with these ideas and celebrating them. And as we know, through the decades, this went away so that patriotism, it just kind of went out in elite circles. They were globalists were elitist. We don't believe in that rube stuff, you know, rah rah, America. And they demonize the concept of love of country, which I just find amazing, especially you served in the military. I mean, the idea that we would denigrate a healthy love of country as somehow jingoistic chest thumping, triumphalist. I mean, it's kind of amazing how deep those bad ideas got so that you have a lot of people in the country who they just kind of have gone along with that. Especially in the blue states. Yeah, we're self loathing at this point. America was to quote the disgraced former governor of New York, America was never great. That is the view of the left at this point. Can you imagine? With the history, but before it was Hannah Jones and the 1619 Project, it was Howard zinn, a people's history of the United States, which is the most prolific history textbook of the modern era. And if your high school doesn't have the book in the classroom, then the textbook that was written for your child's classroom was based on Howard zinn and people's history, which is American history written from the Soviet perspective. And then David Coleman and the folks at the college board rewrite the SAT to respond to the common core, which was based on Howard zinn. So now what your kids are learning, what they're tested on and they're entrance exams are based on a Marxist view of American history. No wonder we get kids that are pumped out saying, this America thing is terrible. We're teaching them that.

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, I am really excited right now because we're talking about something in this hour and I hope in the next hour as well that's at the heart of my concerns for the nation for the culture for the world. Something called education. I have in front of me, a brand new book called battle for the American mind, uprooting a century of miseducation, the authors are in the studio Pete hegseth and David Goodwin welcome. Thank you, Eric. Now, I know both of you sort of because but from different worlds, you're mister Fox and Friends on the weekends, or my confusing you with another Pete hegseth. No, you're right. You're right. And we met in multiple iterations. Here and there. But the problem is when you see somebody on TV, you don't remember, did I actually meet them? Or did I just see them on YouTube or something like that? But David Goodwin, you are the head of the association of classical Christian schools. Yes. Devotee and fan of classical Christian education and of homeschooling and I am thrilled to see you again. And thank you for writing a book because we need to talk about this. So where do we start? First of all, I think most people want to know, hey, how did Pete hegseth meet David Goodwin? How did you come to write a book together? Well, I met David Goodwin. You mentioned Fox and Friends. It happenstance to that. I was at a diner in rural North Carolina. Talking about the news of the day as we do on the morning show. And a family approached me two cute little girls in uniforms and a woman pulled me aside and said, you know, what do you know about classical Christian education? Because we were talking about it. And we got to talk in and she said, you got to meet this guy, David Goodwin, and she put us in touch. And I had kids that had been in classical questions so I was familiar with it, but I didn't understand the larger movement. And we just got to know each other and he shared some early manuscripts that he was working on of research that he had done. And I kept reading it and saying, this is amazing. Everybody's got to know this. This is the key right here. And over months and then years, we kind of joined forces and swap notes, and then we decided to embark on a Fox nation film called miseducation of America, which is where, and then this book also came out of that project as well. So it is a genuine partnership of two people coming at the same issue with passion and David's David is the expert. He's the man. Well, I think as things unravel at the speed of light, people are waking up. And, you know, there's a famous scripture Romans 8 28. You don't have to believe in the Bible. Just pretend Ben Franklin said it. It says all things work together for good for those that love the lord and are called according to his purposes. In other words, even when things are in a nightmare where you have cultural Marxism being shoved down our throats and all that, the good news for us in America is that it's waking people up who otherwise would have remained asleep. They're thinking, wait, wait, what? You're teaching my kids what I had no idea. Because, you know, in 1975, when I was in fourth grade, it was not, so this is good. And then of course, people want to know, all right, now what do we do? Now where do we send our kids? We know we're not setting them to those schools unless we get on the board and fix that. So, but I do love the idea that in this book, you tell us how we got here. So let's start, I mean, do we go to John Dewey? Do we go before John Dewey? How did we get to a point? Let me just say this. In America, we're free. So we say, we're going to educate our kids. We're going to have a one room schoolhouse. I've got to plow the fields. My wife's got stuff to do. So we're going to hire a school teacher and we're going to get them to teach the kids in the neighborhood. And they're going to teach exactly what we want them to teach obviously. They're the experts, but we're not going to let them teach things that we think are wrong. And that's how we got public education quote unquote. When did that go.

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"About battle for the American mind with Pete hegseth and David Goodwin don't go away. It's a life from inside of a room tell me Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Nestlé, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks, IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things. Go to inspire insight, dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com, go there. Welcome back folks, we're talking about education, American education. Remember that? It's the book is the battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation, Pete hegseth and David Goodwin, the authors. Again, the good news is we're waking up to this. The good news is there are solutions that are still possible. But we are in a battle. I mean, the teachers unions, for example, we now know, are just leftists. They are just marxists. They don't even believe that we should have a say in what our kids learn. I mean, it's kind of like we skipped backwards to Mao's cultural revolution, and we're suddenly in China in 1965. And the parents are being demonized by their own children. I mean, it's like, you just didn't think this could happen in America. Not only did they not think parents should know, they think parents are the rubes over here who are poisoning their kids with yesterday's dogma and it's the job of the school to give the correct education to hide the gender transition that's going on at school from the very parent. This is a war. We chose that intentional. I mean, I guess I have a military background. It is a war for the future of our country of ideas of our faith of the things our country was founded on. And if we don't, but education has just been this secondary issue for too many people. Every other political issue has been atop the list for decades. Well, look, and.

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Hegseth & Goodwin on the Battle for American Education

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Hegseth & Goodwin on the Battle for American Education

"Back folks, we're talking about education, American education. Remember that? It's the book is the battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation, Pete hegseth and David Goodwin, the authors. Again, the good news is we're waking up to this. The good news is there are solutions that are still possible. But we are in a battle. I mean, the teachers unions, for example, we now know, are just leftists. They are just marxists. They don't even believe that we should have a say in what our kids learn. I mean, it's kind of like we skipped backwards to Mao's cultural revolution, and we're suddenly in China in 1965. And the parents are being demonized by their own children. I mean, it's like, you just didn't think this could happen in America. Not only did they not think parents should know, they think parents are the rubes over here who are poisoning their kids with yesterday's dogma and it's the job of the school to give the correct education to hide the gender transition that's going on at school from the very parent. This is a war. We chose that intentional. I mean, I guess I have a military background. It is a war for the future of our country of ideas of our faith of the things our country was founded on. And if we don't, but education has just been this secondary issue for too many people.

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Homeschoolers Are Taking Over the World

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Homeschoolers Are Taking Over the World

"Everywhere I go, I also meet homeschoolers, and I have to say, the thing people used to say about homeschool is like, yeah, but they're not socialized, right? Every homeschooler I meet is the most mature young person, and I say these kids are taking over the world. So between classical Christian school and homeschool, I think the radical left doesn't know what's coming.

Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

"Mark honestly it had been on my own mind and on my heart for years As someone who read what you've written across from americanism to American Marxism understanding the depth of what the left had done in our culture and our politics I still had this itching sense that like you did with American Marxism it's all deeper and specifically in the education system Some reason I've always been interested in that And it was actually the beginning of 2020 before COVID that I was introduced through a wonderful family in North Carolina during a Fox and Friends segment to David Goodwin who runs the association of classical Christian schools He was doing research about the roots of the progressive takeover Why and how they did it over a hundred years ago And I was fascinated by it And I was asking questions and we were going back and forth and he didn't he didn't know as much about the modern manifestation and it just became clear between the two of us We should work together We didn't know each other at all But two Christians patriots passionate about education He's made it his life work for two decades I've been wanting to write a book on education for 5 years well before this all started And it just became clear let's work together And we did And I started from the 1870s and I started from what we're seeing now and we put our research together basically met in the middle in the 1950s and 60s and the picture became clear This was a plot not necessarily that they knew exactly where it was going But each successive generation and we can get into the details on that was intentional about getting control of our youngest of minds Books have been written the closing of the American mind the coddling of the American mind about higher education and we said now it's time to write a book about K

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:25 min | 7 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Let's talk a minute about Marxism, right? Because I think I was always raised. It was an economic thing, right? It's like the haves, the have nots, but now we realize that it's a philosophy that basically divides people one way or the other. However, we can divide people and create resentment. And so now it's cultural Marxism. Now it says if I'm transgender or I'm lesbian or I'm a woman or I'm a whatever group I can identify with that can say we're oppressed and we're against our oppressors. So the names and categories have been changed, but it's the same context and it was brought in by the Frankfurt school. You mentioned gramsci, marcuse. These people in the 40s, whenever that was, they brought Marxist philosophy, which is atheist philosophy. It's not neutral. It's seriously atheist philosophy. They brought it in to the university's. And William F. Buckley, when he was at Yale in the late 40s, he saw this. Now, imagine in the late 40s, he writes a book called God and man at Yale, uncovering all this stuff. That was the late 40s. So by the time I was there in the 80s, political correctness had already swamped the campus or whatever. Now, of course, it's pure madness. But it's amazing to me that we're not teaching the evils of cultural Marxism. Most people don't know what the Frankfurt school is. And most people don't even know how to react because they don't know, they still don't know what's happening. One of the things that Pete and I were both surprised at is that, you know, I did my colonel of research in the early part of this and of course I know classical Christian education. Pete did most of the work in the 20th century. And the puzzle pieces fit together like they were hand in glove to the mixed metaphors of it. But it was unbelievable. Dewey's at Columbia until about 1930, the Frankfurt school shows up in about 34, 35, you see this develop, you see the cultural revolution, talk about cultural Marxism in Maoist China in the late 1960s where he realizes that you can not make economic Marxism work without cultural revolution. And it just the whole thing flows together. And I think what the book does is provide a sweeping narrative of the 20th century to show us how we got where we are and then, of course, it prescribes a solution. We try to simplify it. You know, it goes from western Christian paideia to the American progressive paideia, which lasts all the way up to basically 9 11. So think of the collective response we were able to have at 9 11, even with a progressive paid dance. Yes. Now we're about to have a culturally Marxist. Yes. What in the world could we respond to? We're internally an extra. We're going to go to another break. We've got plenty more don't go away. You run out your dancing and you never see a show. Folks, before we continue the conversation today, in our two, we've got way more with Pete hegseth and David Goodwin and then we're going to be talking from Zürich Switzerland. He is the head of CSI international talking about what is happening in Ukraine with refugees. I just love to talk to people who are directly involved. It's a profoundly Christian organization. Yeah, and you can go to metaxas talk dot com right now and you can donate on taxes. There's a lot of stuff you ought to do. I hate to put it on you, man. Yeah. Hey man, but go to metaxas talk dot com and you'll see the banner. I also want to say I have a piece at the stream. I've been getting emails from a lot of people because I read something in Christianity today some weeks ago that so shocked me. It's no different. I'm writing about this in my next book letter to the American church. How the comparison of where many in the church are in America today to where many were in the churchyard in Germany in the 30s, it is horrifying the parallels are astonishing and in this article in Christianity today, Russell Moore essentially does what the German pastors did in the 30s. Before they had any clue where it was leading, but they're sort of demonizing a certain group or certain groups. They're the problem and we all know they're the problem. And the parallel is chilling. So I write about it in my upcoming book, but I write about it. You can read about it at stream dot org. It's an article that I wrote rebutting what Russell Moore wrote in the pages of Christianity today. I still can't believe he wrote it. I can't believe they published it. What I wrote about it, as I said, a lot of people are emailing me and thanking me for writing it. But I could not not write it. It was just, I said, I have to respond. A couple of other quick bits of business do not forget. Socrates in the city, May 31st, if you know anybody who can get to New York City on May 31st, Tuesday night, union league club, we haven't done this in a long time. The man who walked on the moon 50 years ago is going to be sharing his faith. He's going to be sharing his story. I have to tell you, I am almost frightened at the level of excitement that I'm bringing to this. May 31st, go to Socrates in the city dot com and also we want to welcome to Salem. Yes, officer Tatum. You've heard of the famous officer Tatum. We salute the elder is moving over to epic times and so his spot at Salem was open and we got office of Tatum unbelievable. Yes. He was on the plane with me going to Mar-a-Lago. Oh yeah. Oh yeah. I flew in those circles last week. And it was just kind of so cool to see him and his wife and kid. So for joining the faculty. That's right. So welcome. Welcome to officer Tatum. And speaking of Salem, we want to say, if you go to Salem now dot com, there's a number of films there. You know, if you're looking for something decent to watch, it ain't easy. And so we try to help you by saying go to Salem now dot com. 2000 mules is there, as you know, I'm in it. And I am very excited about America knowing what happened. It's going to change. You're going to see history. I'm going to be really blunt. You're going to see history this year because it's taken a long time, but this information is getting out. What Pete hegseth and David Goodwin write about with education. It's getting out. What happened in the election is getting out. The Hunter Biden laptop and the tremendous corruption of Joe Biden and a lot of these three star agencies in America, the deep state. It is horrifying, but we're facing it. We're uncovering it. It's getting out. So I want to encourage you to get the word out about 2000. Can I just do a quick congratulations to my parents who have been married 76 years? Of course they both passed away. Many years ago, but they were loving and wonderful parents so too. Albina and Anthony sadar, congratulations on 76 years of marriage. That is, you know what? That is so beautiful. Thank you, lord, for these men and women who stay together through the years. Your parents, their children, for my folks. Oh my goodness. All right, we'll be right back..

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The Plot to Subvert the Western Judeo-Christian Tradition of the US

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 7 months ago

The Plot to Subvert the Western Judeo-Christian Tradition of the US

"Folks, welcome back. We're talking to the authors of battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation, Pete hegseth and David Goodwin. So we're talking about what amounts to a conspiracy to subvert the western judeo Christian tradition baked into the heart of the United States of America. And there's no denying it. People like Dewey, they were on a crusade, and they have up till now, succeeded. Yes, they have. And you know what? They didn't know what the destination would be, per se. They just knew where the destination was away from. So it was always progress away from the western Christian paideia, the biblical roots of our and free thinking roots of the nexus of Athens and Jerusalem. They wanted to move away from that. That was progress. So you say conspiracy, that's not a wrong term. We use plot or heist because they passed it off to the next group of radical thinkers who carried the ball down the field based on how much God and other basic values have been stripped away. So enter the Frankfurt school, enter critical theory, which where did it land? A hundred blocks from here at Columbia University at the teacher's college. And these are marxists who fled Hitler while our boys are fighting over in Europe and World War II. And they are greeted with open arms with their radical views soon to infuse into the teacher's college. And within a couple of decades, one third of teachers in America at elite schools had been taught by the critical theorists of the Frankfurt school. So how do you get critical race theory in your zoom classroom? It is in the curriculum and the pedagogy of how the entire educational industrial complex works. And when you unravel it all, it goes back to those early efforts and each step which we lay out the unions, which used to be conservative teacher associations that ended up scripture to teachers to use in the classroom, captured by the unions. Well, then the unions create the Department of Education in a giveaway to Jimmy

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We'll be right back. Talking to the authors of battle for the American mind Pete hegseth and David Goodwin. I rehearse those words just made last night. When I was thinking of hey there folks Eric metaxas here. I know you know how much I love Mike lindell and my pillow well. Mike lindell and my pillow right now are offering a bogo extravaganza bogo buy one get one. Bogo extravaganza on multiple MyPillow products. Now is the time to join the millions of Americans who've changed the quality of their sleep with my pillow. Right now you get the buy one, get one free special, my pillow, bed sheets, Giza, elegance, my pillows, the 6 piece towel sets and the role and go anywhere my pillows just go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com, use the promo code Eric. That's the radio listener specials page at MyPillow dot com. Use the code Eric or call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 zero 5 7 don't miss this incredible opportunity to buy one, get one free on select product. You'll also receive Mike's book absolutely free. You won't believe it, it's amazing. 809 7 8 three O 5 7, where Mike pillow dot com. You just got Eric..

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Tell me Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Somewhere. On the sea hey folks final segment talking with Pete hegseth and David Goodwin battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation. So Pete the headline here is that you're not just an empty talking head on Fox and Friends. It's not like they say he's smart. He could do things. It gives me such joy to know that you not only get this stuff, but that you've joined with David and written a book about it and that you're using your platform to get the word out to the American people about what is happening. I think part of this has been as a father, a journey of discovery myself as a parent. And that's how we've treated this book and how we treated the film series at Fox nation as well. David, I call him my Sherpa, you know? He's leading me through and I'm discovering in real time very much like most of our viewers are right now. Oh my goodness. I knew there were some problems. I didn't realize it was this big. And hopefully, because I've only more recently made some of the choices to get my kids intentionally into some of these schools. So all of us are behind the curve. And I feel this ticking clock in my mind of every moment they're not in that education. I'm not doing what I should be doing for them. Yes, I need to be doing it in the home. Yes, I need to be doing it in church, but to not have the third part of that of the classroom reinforcing the things that I believe. I'm just losing time. And so I would urge the same thing to parents, do the research, take a look, it's not enough to feel like your principles are nice guy or you've got two members of the school board. That's wonderful. We should fight those places. I don't think we should give up any space. But right now we're in a knife fight. We're in the kill zone. And they've got us surrounded and you've got to act when you're in that spot. Well, I got to tell you, that's a fact what you just said. And there are lots of people that don't get that. They don't have the urgency. They think, oh, you're being hot heads. How I wish that were true. How I wish that were true. I mean, look, Chesterton was talking about this stuff in the 1920s. Some people saw this and they've been talking about it. C. S. Lewis was talking about it in the abolition of man. This has been going on and on and on and on. And all along the bad guys will smile at you and say, we want to help your kids in the new world here that we're creating. To me, it's the level of urgency that needs to be communicated. And I know you do in the book that what is the website again for the classical Christian classical Christian dot org. Classical Christian dot org. There's just no way around it. You don't have America without these ideas. In other words, the west, the Greek tradition, the geo Christian tradition, come together to make real freedom possible and people died for this. And when you remove those things, it's a Brave New World. It's China. It's def camps. But people don't believe that. They don't seem to understand and how close we are, basically. Well, before, I mean, we tend to see what's closest to us, obviously. If we go back in history before Christ and before this form of thought and education, it was an ugly place. It was pretty brutal. People thought we did not want to go back there. People don't realize. I mean, look, because my mother grew up in East Germany and my father came from Greece where the communists were trying to take over. They raised me to love this country and to understand how horribly bad it can be. But I think most Americans think like, how bad could it get? Maybe the economy will down, it would go down or gas prices will go up to ten bucks. So okay. But you know what? It can't get that bad. They don't seem to understand that when you pull these things out, it becomes a satanic nightmare. They just won't believe it until they see it. But I think people are beginning to see it. I think American exceptionalism comes with a dose of feeling of America inevitability. And as a result, people say, well, yeah, it's bad, but there's no way we can be that. And things will be okay. And my kid is going to be just fine. And so there is a complacency inside all of us. And when you start to realize the depth of the problem, you realize how small you are, which is a wonderful recognition actually, but that means you can affect something. You can choose where your kids go to school. You can choose where your grandkids go to school. And that's the beautiful message of the.

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:10 min | 7 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Is the book uprooting a century of miseducation, David Goodwin has written it with Pete hegseth in that David. You're the head of the association of classical Christian schools. So you're like a brainy guy. Pete is just like a talking hit on Fox and Friends. We know he has nothing to say if it's not on a teleprompter. Pete, how did you get involved in this? I've always learned to join forces with people smarter than me. That's the key. Andy's humble, which makes me hate him even more. You went to Princeton, you went to the Harvard Kennedy school of government. What did you major in at Princeton? Politics. You did. I did. Political philosophy. As sort of a degree of that. But I'll tell you what I've learned in this project, how much I didn't learn. I didn't learn any of this stuff. My kids are in classical Christian schools and all I say every day is, why can't I go back to school and learn these things? Okay, you're singing my song. I have said this over and over in the last couple of decades. I learned something. I wrote a book called if you can keep it Franklin's famous line. And because of Oz Guinness, whose book I had read, I understood things, and all I could think of is how did I not get this? I didn't get any of this. So you obviously going through this elite schools, which like, Yale, they don't teach you this stuff. They teach you John Dewey on steroids, I guess. And they teach you now the latest manifestations of the Frankfurt school and critical theory, which is now we now see as critical race theory, and we talk about every day. But it was just the water in which we swam. I took social studies. We all took social studies who invented social studies. Yeah, why is it not history? Why is it social studies? We can't get into that. We can't get into that, don't talk about it. I didn't know where that all came from. David had done the research and then I was able to lay it upon the environment in which we live right now and realize we all got a progressive education. Yeah. Almost everyone watching guaranteed. Right. Got a progressive education that was started by atheist advanced by marxists who had their own agenda and it all happened subtly, and a lot of us think we aren't infected, but we are. And so you have to dig under the ruins of what used to exist. And that's what David did in this project. This is the way education our founders were educated, how free people and republics actually perpetuate themselves. Why don't we do that? As opposed to what we're doing now. I have to say to people need to understand that if you don't get this stuff, if you don't really understand this, you really can't combat it because you don't know. This is why I think so many people are cowards. I mean, so many Republicans are cowards. They don't really understand it. And they're kind of afraid of being questioned. So they just go like, well, what do I need to say so that you don't come after me? I'll just say whatever you want me to say. Because they don't really understand what is happening. And so what you're talking about, when you talk about John Dewey signing the atheist humanist manifesto, we need to understand there's a worldview, it is an atheistic worldview. It is at war with the biblical worldview. And we couldn't have America without the biblical world. You don't need to be a Christian to be an American, but you need to understand historically speaking, you do not get American style self government without the Israel covenant of the Old Testament or whatever. It's just not you can talk all day you want about the Iroquois system and people kind of throw this stuff out there. But it's historical fact, isn't it? I mean, you can't really argue with it, but you can ignore it. Well, you know, in the book we talk about the liberal arts and how they were originally developed by the Greeks to enable a republic or a democracy. And we, in this day and age, we think it's just a natural thing. One of the things Pete talks about in the book is his time, pizza, a veteran. And he talks about his time in Afghanistan and the differences that you see in the paideia of the different parts of the world. And we're taking for granted this critical thing that's liberal art tradition. Where people can are trained to think for themselves. That's the independently minded. That's the key. And let's be.

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How Fox's Pete Hegseth Got Involved With 'Battle for the American Mind'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 7 months ago

How Fox's Pete Hegseth Got Involved With 'Battle for the American Mind'

"Hey, welcome back folks. We're talking about American education, battle for the American mind, is the book uprooting a century of miseducation, David Goodwin has written it with Pete hegseth in that David. You're the head of the association of classical Christian schools. So you're like a brainy guy. Pete is just like a talking hit on Fox and Friends. We know he has nothing to say if it's not on a teleprompter. Pete, how did you get involved in this? I've always learned to join forces with people smarter than me. That's the key. Andy's humble, which makes me hate him even more. You went to Princeton, you went to the Harvard Kennedy school of government. What did you major in at Princeton? Politics. You did. I did. Political philosophy. As sort of a degree of that. But I'll tell you what I've learned in this project, how much I didn't learn. I didn't learn any of this stuff. My kids are in classical Christian schools and all I say every day is, why can't I go back to school and learn these things? Okay, you're singing my song. I have said this over and over in the last couple of decades. I learned something. I wrote a book called if you can keep it Franklin's famous line. And because of Oz Guinness, whose book I had read, I understood things, and all I could think of is how did I not get this? I didn't get any of this. So you obviously going through this elite schools, which like, Yale, they don't teach you this stuff. They teach you John Dewey on steroids, I guess. And they teach you now the latest manifestations of the Frankfurt school and critical theory, which is now we now see as critical race theory, and we talk about every day. But it was just the water in which we swam. I took social studies. We all took social studies who invented social studies. Yeah, why is it not history? Why is it social studies? We can't get into that. We can't get into that, don't talk about it. I didn't know where that all came from. David had done the research and then I was able to lay it upon the environment in which we live right now and realize we all got a progressive education. Yeah. Almost everyone watching guaranteed. Right. Got a progressive education that was started by atheist advanced by marxists who had their own agenda and it all happened subtly, and a lot of us think we aren't infected, but we are. And so you have to dig under the ruins of what used to exist. And that's what David did in this project. This is the way education our founders were educated, how free people and republics actually perpetuate themselves. Why don't we do

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Site. And then the churches, as you talked about, Eric, did the work for the left at that very same time, which is a huge section that David wrote about by splitting itself. I mean, today's evangelical movement has basically given up the idea of education at all, and that became Sunday school. And the progressives, we have a couple of quotes in here, openly mock it. They say, what can one hour of theistic training on Sunday do against 5 days of progressive training during the week? They knew once the God was pushed out. They had the advantage, which is why the name of this book was almost the 16,000 hour war, because it's 16,000 hours of public instruction that your kids get from K through 12 when that's nowhere near the amount of time they would spend inside a church or a church group or with religious instruction. I mean, this is jaw dropping stuff. This is absolutely jaw dropping stuff. I marvel at the genius of the wicked. In other words, the idea that they thought this through and that they were so dedicated to getting God out. And again, there are many people today. They think they're conservatives. Don't understand that without virtue and faith, you can't have freedom. You can talk all you want about the free market and we believe in free. Your version of freedom is like Dewey's version of patriotism. Ultimately, it's hollow, and it will, there's nothing there. And you're going to find out, you will find out if you don't understand that at the heart of what you think you value has to be some kind of virtue. You're going to have to teach virtue and virtue comes from faith in something larger and whatever. But if you're teaching nihilism, you can't do that. So it's this sleight of hand. And the proof will be in the pudding. We're talking to the authors of battle for the American mind, Pete hegseth, and David Goodwin don't go away. And civilize jungle females that door the Lions who come on swinging.

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When Did Public Ed. Go Crazy? Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Explain

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 7 months ago

When Did Public Ed. Go Crazy? Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Explain

"In America, we're free. So we say, we're going to educate our kids. We're going to have a one room schoolhouse. I've got to plow the fields. My wife's got stuff to do. So we're going to hire a school teacher and we're going to get them to teach the kids in the neighborhood. And they're going to teach exactly what we want them to teach obviously. They're the experts, but we're not going to let them teach things that we think are wrong. And that's how we got public education quote unquote. When did that go crazy and wrong? Well, certainly you mentioned some of the star players, John Dewey, early part of the 20th century. That was the epiphany I had is I researched the book originally, was that this doesn't date back to the 1960s, which most of us think. That's when you see the manifestation of it. It dates to an earlier time, right? Between 1915 and 1930, when the progressives actually built the school system that we now know in America. Okay, and that is true of everything. Now, there's not just education. Like, we think, oh, the 60s. Well, the 60s is when it bore fruit, but you can trace all of these things back. Most of the things that we know are wrong, which end up being anti American and cultural Marxism. They did begin originally in that time, whether you're talking about progressivism in the Protestant churches or whatever. All of this stuff, the seeds were planted then by some key

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I didn't see you. Folks, I am really excited right now because we're talking about something in this hour and I hope in the next hour as well that's at the heart of my concerns for the nation for the culture for the world. Something called education. I have in front of me, a brand new book called battle for the American mind, uprooting a century of miseducation, the authors are in the studio Pete hegseth and David Goodwin welcome. Thank you, Eric. Now I know both of you sort of because but from different worlds, you're mister Fox and Friends on the weekends or my confusing you with another Pete hegseth. No, you're right, you're right. And we met in multiple iterations. Here and there. But the problem is when you see somebody on TV, you don't remember, did I actually meet them or did I just saw that see them on YouTube or something like that? But David Goodwin, you are the head of the association of classical Christian schools. Yes. Devotee and fan of classical Christian education and of homeschooling and I am thrilled to see you again. And thank you for writing a book because we need to talk about this. So where do we start? First of all, I think most people want to know, hey, how did Pete hegseth meet David Goodwin? How did you come to write a book together? Well, I met David Goodwin. You mentioned Fox and Friends. It happenstance to that. I was at a diner in rural North Carolina talking about the news of the day as we do on the morning show. And a family approached me too cute little girls in uniforms and a woman pulled me aside and said, you know, what do you know about classical Christian education? Because we were talking about it. And we got to talk in and she said, you got to meet this guy, David Goodwin, and she put us in touch. And I had kids that had been in classical questions, so I was familiar with it, but I didn't understand the larger movement. And we just got to know each other and he shared some early manuscripts that he was working on of research that he had done. And I kept reading it and saying, this is amazing. Everybody's got to know this. This is the key right here. And over months and then years, we kind of joined forces and swap notes, and then we decided to embark on a Fox nation film called miseducation of America, which is where, and then this book also came out of that project as well. So it is a genuine partnership of two people coming at the same issue with passion and David's David is the expert. He's the man. Well, I think as things unravel at the speed of light, people are waking up. And, you know, there's a famous scripture Romans 8 28. You don't have to believe in the Bible. Just pretend Ben Franklin said it. It says all things work together for good for those that love the lord and are called according to his purposes. In other words, even when things are in a nightmare where you have cultural Marxism being shoved down our throats and all that, the good news for us in America is that it's waking people up who otherwise would have remained asleep. They're thinking, wait, wait, wait, what? You're teaching my kids what? I had no idea. Because, you know, in 1975, when I was in fourth grade, it was not, so this is good. And then of course, people want to know, all right, now what do we do? Now where do we send our kids? We know we're not setting them to those schools unless we get on the board and fix that. So, but I do love the idea that in this book, you tell us how we got here. So let's start, I mean, do we go to John Dewey? Do we go before John Dewey? How did we get to a point? Let me just say this. In America, we're free. So we say, we're going to educate our kids. We're going to have a one room schoolhouse. I've got to plow the fields. My wife's got stuff to do. So we're going to hire a school teacher and we're going to get them to teach the kids in the neighborhood. And they're going to teach exactly what we want them to teach obviously. They're the experts, but we're not going to let them teach things that we think are wrong. And that's how we got public education quote unquote. When did that go crazy and.

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Why Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Decided to Write a Book Together

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | 7 months ago

Why Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Decided to Write a Book Together

"Folks, I am really excited right now because we're talking about something in this hour and I hope in the next hour as well that's at the heart of my concerns for the nation for the culture for the world. Something called education. I have in front of me, a brand new book called battle for the American mind, uprooting a century of miseducation, the authors are in the studio Pete hegseth and David Goodwin welcome. Thank you, Eric. Now I know both of you sort of because but from different worlds, you're mister Fox and Friends on the weekends or my confusing you with another Pete hegseth. No, you're right, you're right. And we met in multiple iterations. Here and there. But the problem is when you see somebody on TV, you don't remember, did I actually meet them or did I just saw that see them on YouTube or something like that? But David Goodwin, you are the head of the association of classical Christian schools. Yes. Devotee and fan of classical Christian education and of homeschooling and I am thrilled to see you again. And thank you for writing a book because we need to talk about this. So where do we start? First of all, I think most people want to know, hey, how did Pete hegseth meet David Goodwin? How did you come to write a book together? Well, I met David Goodwin. You mentioned Fox and Friends. It happenstance to that. I was at a diner in rural North Carolina talking about the news of the day as we do on the morning show. And a family approached me too cute little girls in uniforms and a woman pulled me aside and said, you know, what do you know about classical Christian education? Because we were talking about it. And we got to talk in and she said, you got to meet this guy, David Goodwin, and she put us in touch. And I had kids that had been in classical questions, so I was familiar with it, but I didn't understand the larger movement. And we just got to know each other and he shared some early manuscripts that he was working on of research that he had done. And I kept reading it and saying, this is amazing. Everybody's got to know this. This is the key right here. And over months and then years, we kind of joined forces and swap notes, and then we decided to embark on a Fox nation film called miseducation of America, which is where, and then this book also came out of that project as well. So it is a genuine partnership

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Miranda Devine: Hunter Biden's Laptop Is About the Jigsaw Puzzle

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Miranda Devine: Hunter Biden's Laptop Is About the Jigsaw Puzzle

"You So the book has been a mega mega bestseller because people are interested in this enormous scandal and one of the things I wanted to address with you first now that The New York Times has hilariously confirmed what you and I have known for over a year now that the laptop was genuine Isn't it strange that the same media types see you're an actual journalist Miranda that they ran with the dossier story on the lightest of evidence at best secondary and tertiary sources who were claimed They weren't even real And yet when it came to the laptop signed over by Hunter Biden with Hunter Biden's address and phone number and a firsthand account of Hunter Biden dropping it off the media seemed to not be able to verify Doesn't that tell the whole story right there Oh absolutely Look you know the double standards I think we're so used to now but it doesn't make many better And they want to pull it for them Russia collusion fake story And you know the thing about the laptop is people people are sort of dubious about it because they can't see it you know they think that because it came from Rudy Giuliani somehow it's changed at all about all right fine But it wasn't just the laptop My book is not just about the laptop It is about all the jigsaw piece puzzle pieces and that includes a huge part of it is totally bubbling ski Now he had all these devices he handed over to the FBI and that his documents and emails and encrypted messages WhatsApp messages you know he had everything that was on the laptop plus some And so what he has corroborates what's on the laptop He also reaches on testimony And he made himself available to the media last October after our story came out before the election He stood up and he had a press conference and no one was interested They didn't want to write about it Tucker Carlson interviewed him on Fox News Michael Goodwin my colleague at the New York Post interviewed

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NY Post: Trump Talks About Putin, Mocking Merkel and More

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 10 months ago

NY Post: Trump Talks About Putin, Mocking Merkel and More

"There's a really fascinating article in the New York Post today by Michael Goodwin It's in my newsletter if you'd like up to you of course My newsletter is on the website You can go right to the website too New York Post that the article is titled Trump talks about Putin mocking Merkel and more at Mar-a-Lago So Michael Goodwin did an interview with president Trump and I want you to listen to this story There are two of them Listen I wasn't there I can't vouch for the veracity of this story if it happened or not I have no reason to believe Donald Trump would lie about it Goodwin notes this is what unpredictability and strength looks like when you're dealing with when you're dealing with powerful foreign adversaries like Russia or China First on the Russia front quote Goodwin notes when he was talking to Trump There are other stories making the rounds too And they're even more provocative One story has it that Trump noting that Vladimir Putin seized land from Georgia when George W. Bush was president and seized the Crimean Peninsula when Barack Obama was president Trump warned Putin against the land grab on his watch saying quote if you move against Ukraine while I'm president Trump is said to have told the Russian leader I will hit Moscow Putin reportedly Scots saying no way Leading Trump to say all those beautiful golden turrets will be blown up Interesting huh Was it a bluff I don't know Was I there No Do I know in four years in the Trump presidency The Trump administration annihilated 200 mercenaries 90 of them rushing on a battlefield and the largest loss of life in American hands in decades in Putin didn't do a damn thing against Trump You know what that says to me That says to me that Donald Trump knew that even if he was bluffing he better sound sincere about

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Goodwin's 21 points help Cavs rally, beat Pelicans 93-90

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Goodwin's 21 points help Cavs rally, beat Pelicans 93-90

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Freeman TD lifts Ravens over Bears with Jackson sidelined

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Freeman TD lifts Ravens over Bears with Jackson sidelined

"Devontae Freeman three yard touchdown run with just twenty two seconds left in regulation gave the ravens a sixteen thirteen victory over the bears Freeman's touchdown followed the bears taking the lead with one forty one to go with Andy Dalton connecting with marquise Goodwin on a forty nine yard score on a fourth and eleven play Lamar Jackson missed Sunday's game out with a non covert illness with Tyler Huntley filling in going twenty six for thirty six for two hundred nineteen yards and one interception Huntley talks about filling in for Jackson I'm thinking he's going play regardless of it he can he can be breaking out a sweat I feel like you don't play but today it is a different circumstances that happened today Justin fields started for the bears but left with a rib injury Dalton stepped in with two aerial scores but the bears have now lost five in a row David Shuster Chicago

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"goodwin" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"goodwin" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"Something that's also different than other places. Where other places l. you on the first of the month the eighty seven thousand pieces of poetry and fiction. We accepted all show up at the same time. Have a good day finding it take care bye what we do. Is we simply say yeah. It starts the beginning them up. But you might not see yours for a week or two because as we're going along putting it out there we're actually casually considering what you wrote. What our work might fit. Can we make sure that nothing spelled wrong. Can we make sure you have. We have a bio at the bottom that people can understand and maybe even connect you want. Other things will make it at a really experienced. It may take a little longer but in the end i think that becomes a better experience. And the reason why five years later we have over half a million people that have read a works which is a pretty big number in this particular. A business is because there. Is there something there that people don't mind sharing with somebody else. Electron or otherwise. Because they feel proud of everything that's been done on their behalf and because they're able to do that guess what that spills over to somebody else. There's somebody every time alexandria that comes to aerial chart. That says i don't even know who. Alexandra goodwin is and i don't even know if i care but because i'm here to visit somebody else i'm gonna go check out what other people doing to and you have the spill over effect of. They didn't know who you were ten minutes ago. And they're like wow. I like this lady to. That's another good way to also allow other people to work with each other without even realizing they work with each other and it'll be happening with you. They're going to look at your bird problem. Oh my god. This is on the top ten list. Why they're gonna read it and gale. This is great and actually no. They're going to look at other stuff on the site. Maybe even other of your poems intake about before again. It works that way and because they works that way one person who's supposed to be there just for one poem they might wind reading five and ten poems. I am very grateful on very honored to be portrayed in your magazine because to me is is an accomplishment but more than anything is it's it's you know i have gratitude that you are there to recognize the hard work of people like me and like me many others many many others these a lot of talent out there and it honestly i'll tell you the truth. Yes i think persistence in my life. I've been sending out but at the end of the day. I think it's also a matter of luck might poems. Broadly were sent at the right time to the right person and and i'm very happy that i can enrich your magazine your publication with what i write me do an and we're so grateful for us especially for you coming on the show as well. Con- telling your story. The incident people see sort of behind the scenes of who. Alexandra is and what her works. All about. and that that's very important in its own self but we're international literary journal too so it's really important for me to make sure that i'm finding some people that can right..

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Biden Announces Joint Deal With U.K. And Australia to Counter China

UK Column Podcasts

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Biden Announces Joint Deal With U.K. And Australia to Counter China

"Wednesday was a busy day Just all the nonsense came afterwards. Sees news program of course but that we're going to start off with the u. aucas partnership is that how we pronounce it. Not really sure. I'm sure joe biden is going to tell us just one second but this is the united kingdom. The united states in austria have agreed what they describe as a landmark defense and security partnership that will defend our security interests around the world. I'm not sure who are is but that's what they're saying And so it's going to see the us. The uk and australia or lease astray is going to be provided with technology to build nuclear powered submarines for the time and other very boris johnson was very keen to make sure everybody understood that this was nuclear powered submarines the of a nuclear reactor on there to provide propulsion. But nothing else. So the nuclear weapons on there but Well joe stole the show. I have to say they had a bit of a press conference and joe was in the middle of the street prime minister on the left on boss johnson on the right And stretched enough. Joe didn't say anything prime minister led off. They weren't in person. I should've said Because of prime minister and the debars johnson On the on screen only so after they had both spoken. Joe thank them. Let's have a list. That went. And i wanna thank That fell down under. Thank you very much. Appreciate the premise. I i'm honored today to be joined by to america's closest allies australia united kingdom to launch a new phase of the trilateral security cooperation among our countries as prime minister morrison a prime minister. Johnson said thank you for this partnership your vision as we embark together on this strategic mission. Although australia the uk and us partnership aucas. It sounds strange in all these acronyms but assists goodwin

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Luis Robert Homers Twice as White Sox Pound Cubs 13-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Luis Robert Homers Twice as White Sox Pound Cubs 13-1

"Louise Roberts land too with the white Sox five home runs in a thirteen to one laugher against the cubs Eloy Jimenez yes money growing dollar Brian Goodwin also connected for the white Sox who went five and one versus the cubs this year white Sox slugger Jose Abreu hit a two run double in a seven run fifth giving him one hundred one RBIs with twenty nine games left Robert Jimenez a good when each drove in three runs to support Dylan cease who tied a career high with eleven strikeouts sees limited the cubs to a run and four hits over six innings to help the AL central leaders stay ten games ahead of the Indians I'm the ferry

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

The Speaker Station Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

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"goodwin" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"goodwin" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"If you want to understand. The entrepreneur studied the juvenile delinquent. The delinquent is saying with his actions. This sucks i'm gonna go do my own thing. Yvonne cunard founder of patagonia inc. So what comes to mind when you hear the terms. Visionary or entrepreneur optimism risk drive inspiration a tad bit crazy will. Yvonne was a rock climber and surfer who loved nature and began experimenting with his own equipment. Patagonia evolved from those experiments sara. Blakely was a failed law student selling copiers and was irritated with visible panty lines. Spanks was born. Richard montana's was janitor. Who was told to think like an owner so he went to his kitchen with his wife. Experimented with some spices and hot cheetos were created and blue all of our minds but a million dollar idea isn't enough. Welcome to the impact of leadership. Podcast where we believe that no one drifts into excellence. I'm your host steve sheer. Today's episode is with a visionary who would simplifies the entrepreneurial spirit and has failed a ton along the way. Peter goodwin is a wild man. He's also my guest while living in alaska as hunting and fishing guide and construction worker. Peter needed a wedding band that would stay put flex when needed and keep his finger from sweating. Inter- the groove ring a silicone band that was launched in two thousand sixteen with a kick starter campaign. Now grooving is one of several products offered by the company grew life and just recently move life eight figures in revenue. So here are three things to listen for in peter's interview number one. Where does a million dollar idea fail number to the things that groove like stands for a number three the power of knowing yourself with that long intro encourage you to buckle up listen closely and let's get into my conversation with peter goodwin founder of groove life group. Life is an outdoor active lifestyle accessory brand so things that you kind of use every day were in that space. We started out in silicone range so that kind of the popular alternative to metal rings that people use working out or hunting or Just mechanics that kind of brings an element of safety and comfort to you. Know your traditional wedding band preventing ring of ocean and whatnot and then we we sell other products like watch ban straps and launched into belts in in many other accessories in the future before we jump too far ahead give us an overview of what groove life is and what the company stands for. And then we'll jump to the earlier years. Because there's there's a ton that that your company's stands for that's so much more than just like a payroll and things like that We stand on three core tenants of group life which is to serve people inspire adventure into reflect god And we kinda came about those are kind of a direct reflection of my personal values Being an adventure tour guide and whatever it in the past but serving people if we can serve people the best That gives us a platform to sell them products but also Maybe influence on their lives. And then reflecting god's be excellent what we do By reflecting him again that's synonymous in my mind right. I've got their own view. But god kind of in my mind is Synonymous with excellence in doing a job. Well and serving people better than you competition kind of set up the market that way Yet in the company you know we definitely saw a lot of products and we're good at it but but there's a kind of a heartbeat behind that in again it has kind of values An s people mission of group is direct selection of my view on why i'm on earth which is to love people right Jesus says love people love god. And you've you've fulfiled all god commandments. All of his commandments..

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"goodwin" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"goodwin" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"To follow me also media platforms under the name. James miller life algae except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram in mini videos. Quick tips and tools that you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. You are walking billboard. When i was younger. My dad always said we other behaviors but we judge ourselves by our intentions. And that's really true when you think about it if you're in a conversation with somebody and you have as benevolent intent or in other words. You really want to help them. But your behaviors are indicating that then perhaps could cause a rift between the two of you. I remember when i was first starting out in my career. I was a clinical manager of a program that was really excited about it and i was there for a month and heard from the director that the staff were getting along with me and i was really surprised by that because i thought we had a good interaction but the feedback that i got was. I seem unapproachable. It usually looks like i'm scowling. Or i walked too fast though. Simple behaviors that. I didn't realize i was doing unfortunately caused a divide between us and what i thought was a good relationship. Apparently was not a good relationship so a minor adjustment can make a major improvement. I talk with staff and let them know. When i'm in more of a business mode or more of a managerial mode. It's a little bit different than how i present when i'm not in that role meaning a more focus on the outcomes and are not there specifically for chitchat and once i got to know me. They understood that. I was very approachable. That if i walked you fast. It's because i have a lot on my mind if i'm scowling. I'm probably deep in thought. The workaround with that was. I told my staff i would do my best to work on that. And if they saw me scowl or walk to your vast than they had every right just still come up and talk to me because we're working together to be an effective team now. That's a really good lesson for all of us. So let's say you go into a room and you walk into the room and people look at you. What do they see this scene angry person. Do they see a thoughtful person of is he a kind person you get to decide how you present yourself but the difference is is if you're not mindful about that unfortunately we can get so loss in her head that we miss an opportunity to encourage somebody. We missed opportunity to perhaps meet somebody who could open the door for us. Would we're unapproachable. We miss out on so many opportunities. Now i'm not saying you should talk to everybody that's out there. I'm simply saying when you are aware of how you're presenting to the world around you. You change that environment. If you're really angry when you walk into a room to anger is gonna radiate off of you and it's going to change the environments and make it very uncomfortable another way to know how you really present yourself is if you go into a room and people are so excited to see you more than likely that's congruent or equal with who you really are conversely if you go into that same room and people like oh my. Gosh there's james again they turn their back. Well that's probably another indication that i may not be presenting the way truly am so the lesson today is very simple. Make sure that whatever you're thinking and whatever you're doing lines up with your behaviors and the more often you can do that. The more you will start to influence your environment and the people around you. I have a fantastic interview today with tracy goodwin. She's going to help you specifically and how to work through your vocal masks and how to be the authentic version of herself so that your message is audible to the world around you soon. If you're anything like me you'll love to read life. Algae and audible dot com have partnered to offer you an incredible opportunity audible is offering you one free book download with a free thirty day trial. This is perfect for those of you. Who loved to read. But often don't have time to enjoy your favorite pastime to james miller lite follow dot com forward slash audible to start your free trial. They have over one hundred and eighty thousand books from genres. So i'm pretty confident. Your favorite authors books will be there. Go to james miller follow dot com forward slash audible and start listening to your favorite book today. Once again go to james miller life dot com forward slash audible to get started today. Do you ever wonder why your message isn't resounding. Maybe you haven't found your real voice. Tracy goodwin is an expert at helping individuals find their voice and share it with the world over the last thirty years. Tracy has coach hundreds of people around the globe including ceos leading hollywood actors entrepreneurs leading influencers and how to sound more confidence and make a big impact with their message. Welcome to my show. Tracy thank you so much james. I'm so glad to be here with you. I am looking forward to this as well. I don't know if you know this about me. But i was actually vocal performance. Major in undergrad. So now i remembered on my vocal trading in my resonated mayer take years. I'm planning to use them accordingly. Great i didn't know that well what's interesting about about your story is i was reading your backstory and sounds like you grew up in a in a wonderful household but did children were. Were supposed to be more silence and do their own thing and just kind of be often in the background. Is that how it was for you. It really was and it was. It was an extreme version of children or to be saying okay. It really was it. Was you don't cherry motion. You don't express your feelings. Your desires wants dreams. Goals does not matter. Do not speak it and for the love of everything. Do not say no. Wow okay right so. It was pretty extreme. It was it was navigating on eggshell all the time with that. That's what i found with. Iran was the fact that you and are vocal performance. Vocal trainer focal coach. And you're able to find your voice. Walk me through that. What would happen for you. That things started to change for you. Well you know. I think so much of it i can see. In retrospect at the time. I just wanted to be heard. I just wanted to be heard and i stumbled into speech and drama over really at the age of twelve and so talk about a platform. Literally it'd be heard right and that was fine. You know. I could go down there and use my voice and so i literally started competitive speaking at the age of twelve by By now is an you know traveling all over award-winning speaker and i had. I was going to be an actor. An actor you know but that was not the ultimate plan. Sure whatever is but that's how it morphed that gave me a platform to use my voice. And honestly i think about it all the time. If i hadn't found that platform will have faster. Sure exactly. yeah because from for what you said. I mean it sounds like you're pretty stifled. Your creative side is pretty stifled your household and obviously no judgment there. Because i'm i'm sure your family is wonderful but without it also allows for you to say. Okay yeah if i if that just like you said if i didn't have that opportunity what type of person would i be and sometimes that's it's novel to think about it but sometimes it's a little disconcerting because i love today right. Oh absolutely no. I'm so i'm so grateful for every piece of it. And i love that. You said that. I'm sure your families love are of course. I don't think any of it was intentional. And that's the thing most people you know when we look back at our family system and we say well i love this about my family. I love is about my parents and things. I don't love as well but the reality is more than likely they're doing just what they know. And that's really what it boils down to. there's no no negative or no. There was no nefarious types of thoughts about that. They just did what they knew. That's it. I mean i was the fourth child. My mom was tired. It you.

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