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"greg sarah" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on Native America Calling

"You could take there. I hope. Yeah, I think a lot of tribal leaders could really benefit from reading the book and chairman, any advice to aspiring native authors listening today who have an interest in writing their own memoirs? Yes. What I tell our young people all the time. Too often we touched on this a little earlier, Sean. Where we go to school and we're influenced by western ways of thinking and all of that and what it means to be an Indian or not to be an Indian and all this sort of thing. I mean, Hollywood still so stuck on everything that we're doing even the positives and stuff. It's really good that Indian stuff is out there. I mean, there's some interesting shows, but they tend to always be playing Indian oriented following things that brought Americans can understand and I remember when I first got it writing stories for grand avenue, which of course became my HBO mini series. Professors and others were saying, who are these people? You know, they didn't recognize the Indian person unless he or she were on a pin a horse chasing buffaloes. So, but my advice based on what I've just said, Sean, is that you must believe that your story is your power. Your story is your power. Don't be afraid to write your story. Don't be afraid to show the ways in which you too are becoming an extending what it means to be an Indian person today in this country. Don't let other definitions of indianness or experience define you. You are experienced where you come from and what you know is your power and will be the thing that will help and empower other people. Have the courage to own your truth, your story and a talent. Don't be afraid to be naked in front of others with your story. It's your power. It's so inspiring. Chairman and how can listeners learn more about the book? They can certainly they can order it from their local bookstore. It's heyday press in Berkeley. DAY heyday press. And they can certainly order it from payday press. In Berkeley, they can get it from the Amazon. It's online. And again, it's title is becoming story. And of course, my name is Greg saras. So it's out there and available. And I'd be glad to sign anybody's copies or do whatever I can. I'll talk to you online and whatever I can do. First of all, of course, like the people will read the book, but I hope that the book in turn as we've talked Sean will encourage other Indian people to boldly write their own story. I think it certainly will. And I wish we had more time, chairman, because you are such a fascinating person and you are just so multi dimensional and I know you briefly mentioned some of your HBO productions and you have high level credits in the entertainment industry. You are an author, you're an actor, and so maybe some point in the future we can get you back on and have another conversation to learn that about that whole part of your experience as well. But until then, I definitely want to thank our guest chairman Greg Sarah's for taking us through a journey with his new memoir becoming story, a journey among seasons, places, trees, and ancestors. Join us again next week for another list of important and engaging shows. Our executive producer is art Hughes, our producers, our Andy Murphy, and soul traversal. Reno Spencer is the engineer. Show McLaughlin is the digital producer. Enola Dave's Moses is the distribution director, bob Peterson, is the network manager for native voice one. Clifton Chadwick is our national underwriting sales director. Antonio Gonzalez is the anchor for national native news. Charles sather is our chief operations officer. The president and CEO of colonic broadcast corporation is Jacqueline seli. I'm.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The miraculous web that is all of time, nothing more, nothing less, all inclusive. But its memory that prevails still. Memory trounces its miraculous web, that is a memory is not the vantage point from which I gaze upon it. No, not even grab a Tom's songs left and wax cylinders or this ancient times stories left in a graduate student's dissertation, not be feathers, winter. It's feeding the cows, feeding Harry, and frost. The earth is blanketed with frost. A quarter inch thick at least on the bare treatments on rocks. Harry too has covered top as if with a layer of frosting, hairy steps into the sun to munch the elf alpha. I just tossed over the fence. And I see the frost so cold so powerful begin to fall from his back, fairly perceptible, trifling dust. And again, I'm not sure what happened exactly whether I overheard patent and spring grass in a conversation between my parents and Tommy block at that night or months before and didn't understand or chose not to. But at that moment I got it. Understood the whole story. What the words would mean after the last cross comes summer. I might protest, but it would do no good. Never mind the purple blooms in the alfalfa. What a complicated and frightening world replaces winter. Yeah, I remember that passage really well. And I appreciate you reading that one because it really does, I think, set the tone for the whole book. Listeners what you just heard was a passage from chairman Greg Sarah's new book, becoming story, a journey among seasons, places, trees, and ancestors. If you've got a question or a comment, one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. And we'll be back right after this break. Support for this program provided by the American Indian higher education consortium. The collective spirit and unifying voice of 37 tribal colleges and universities, for over 45 years, a heck has worked to ensure that tribal sovereignty is recognized and respected and that tribal colleges and universities are included in this nation's higher education system. Information on a tribal college or university near you at AI, dot org. Thanks for listening to native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. We're hearing about the new memoir out from Greg sarris, the chairman of the Federated Indians of great and rancheria. It's a personal portrait that also sheds light on his tribe's journey to maintain their status. We're having a great conversation and the only thing missing is you. So give us a call to share your thoughts. One 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. Chairman, there are so many really intriguing people in your book and some are very mysterious. Others are, I would say kind of tragically flawed. Some offer great wisdom and clarity. And then there are a few that are just plain crazy. But I think my favorite was the person named Eileen and you mentioned her earlier. She started out as a romantic interest. I don't want to give too much away for somebody who hasn't read the book yet, but you were both very young at the time and then your relationship evolved as you got older. And I just have to ask you as a fan. Where is Eileen now in D two keep in touch? Well, without giving away the whole and I don't even mention this in the book. But she was, in fact, and I changed her name just slightly enough. She was obviously the one that I mentioned earlier who I had a relationship with who turned out to be my second cousin. And.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"Donors in our financial donors. But we're looking for more because now we have to pay rent for the first time in so we're looking for support it can meet you amy lash. We left our heroes at word for word. We were all trying to figure out how you're gonna do live performing arts when you can't get into a performance space and word did a wonderful job of fitting i think over to sfp and then creating radio traumas. You're teaching working with native american communities up in the north bay so how has for word and all of your work continued on especially now with our new delta variant while i think i'm here representing three entities. I'm representing z. Space which is our umbrella organization and z. Space is hoping for a full reopening but we are very carefully watching the news about delta and we are hoping to open with mask mandates and vaccine mandates and seating that is spread out. But we're not sure if we're going to be able to do that so we haven't announced season yet. So that's where z spaces. Were trying to protect our community. First and foremost word for word has pivoted to word cast. Which is the podcast. It's called word for word cast and we have done some stories this year with local actors and wonderful sound engineers from people's homes so we did a local author anita cabrera's fourteenth mission greg. Sarah's who's the chairman of the federated indians of great manchuria. Story citizen and we're working on george saunders home right now so those are available on spotify or apple or you can go to our website z. Space dot org slash pod. And that's been great. We've been able to keep employing local artists actors technicians and then we also were able to do a virtual tour of retire blows by octavio. Solis which was production. We did in two thousand twenty. We had local artists cindy santamaria create this incredible animated version of three of the stories. Then the actors who performed it on stage voiced it as a over and then we took to middle and high schools all over the bay area and the artists led workshops on writing and acting and drying in response to the student seeing those three video so that was really lovely and then youth arts. The program that i lead we have been running our residencies on zooms. We've been an oakland san francisco and marin schools and then we ran our annual summer arts camp for the federated indians of great rancho rio this summer. So that's been really really successful. It was a huge failing operation to change from in person to zoom. But we did it. And i'll talk later about some of the lessons. We learned which have been really beautiful and touching and adriana so here we are coming back into school. And i know you've also only been trying to get back into your building there on wall street but you also have satellite operation out in the baby with the baby opera which was been one of our guest also under show in the past. So how are things going. These days started colleen. Let's see when we went into shelter in place back in march twenty twenty. We also did the very fact pivot to completely virtual so as much as we have the three campuses we have over a hundred kids coming through our canned bar campus every day and could completely have that taken down and stopped was quite jarring but artistic with incredible and they moved everything to online which i know sounds kind of crazy his choral music look like when you're on doom and it's different. You don't have. The unison affects that you have with choral music in person but there are many other things that can still be engaging and learning opportunities for kids so all of our programming..

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"greg sarah" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on KGO 810

"What is happiness of this season? It's getting together. It's enjoying each other's company, and we can't really do it because unless you do it the way I have been doing it, which is by zoom But I was intrigued by a story about the Great in casino. You know, the great in resort and Casino here in Northern California. They have now called off their plans the host a large indoor private New Year's Eve event. For 4000 people. Yeah, that's right. 4000 people. The event, the planned event. Came under county scrutiny and sparked public outcry. Against This gathering. Of course, here we are. We're in the middle of a pandemic and the state home order. Now you understand they were planning to involve up to 4000 people. Greg Sarah's a tribal chairman for the Federated Indians. Of The Great in casino. Announced the cancelation. On his personal Facebook page. He said. The casino The Bay Area's largest, would instead close at 5 P.m.. New Year's Eve for all activity, all parties and gatherings on New Year's Eve have been canceled. The casino will re open on January 1st at 6 A.m.. No, he didn't offer many details. In the brief statement. On what drove the sudden change in course. And he didn't specify of it was his decision as chairman or whether the tribal council went along with it. But you and I know that would have been a pretty bad idea, Don't you think? 4158080 a 10. County officials said on Wednesday. They understood as many as 4000 people might attend the event representing 20% of the Cotino casinos, maximum capacity. Under normal conditions. Tribal spokesman declined to specify that casinos capacity But the event notice had been up on the casino website for days. And by about 1 30 Thursday it had been removed. It didn't specify. Be involved guests and The event. Was planning and so forth. But multiple sources. Familiar with the casino operation and this comes from the press, a Democrat. Said it was scheduled for casinos VIPs As well as platinum tear reward club members. Which required gambling of about $300,000. Within a six month period now. Casino voluntarily shut down during the first three months of the pandemic. It reopened in June and had been operating at limited capacity. At least that's they say ever since Including an around the clock schedule. During the latest stay at home order. Now the county health officer. Who had issued regular warnings on the risk of large gatherings, especially An indoor spaces reiterated Thursday. That she had no enforcement authority over the casino. Which operates under a state compact controlled by the governor. And also a national mandate, you know? It's very clear, federally regulated. That the state has no jurisdiction on tribal land. I'm not interested me because I'm curious about something. Do you think this is a good move? Do you think it was a smart thing? For the tribal council to cancel The great and Casino New Year's event. Do you think? And I asked this. I'm just curious. What do you think about Federal Authority? When it comes to Uh, the casinos. Well, boy. 4158080 10. So what are you doing on New Year's Eve? Are you going to be in a controlled environment? And do you think That canceling large events make sense I have to do is interesting. My wife and I take our Children every year. To all the hotels here in San Francisco to see the gingerbread houses, Christmas trees, the celebration. This year. We didn't then and the ST Francis Hotel. One of the most elegant and wonderful hotels is actually closed completely. During this crisis. The Sir Francis Drake is also closed. So how are you going to spend your New Year's Eve? Are you planning? Do anything celebratory. I asked the question because In a way, New Year's Eve was even more complicated. And Christmas. Because, well, New Year's Eve is a day to get out there and really celebrate. And we can't 41580808 10. I commend Great in casino. For deciding not to go ahead with the gathering of 4000 people. I must confess. I have always had my doubts. About federal permission if you will. The autonomous nature of these casinos. Always sort of Interested me. It's hard for me to imagine a place in the United States, which is autonomous. From federal authority. 41580808 10. I'm curious as to what you think about this. And by the way, just to be clear next week, I will not be here. There is a three hour CBS. Best of just got that notification from Lee Hammer. Was the program director hurt Katie. Let me go to Cheryl, who was calling from Upper Lake Cheryl. Welcome to KGO. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. First Time caller. I live in Lake County a couple hours away from you. And we have three casinos to in my little town of Upper Lake and one just a few miles down the road that are all three closed down. And they will close. It's the job of a hat and you know and have opened a couple of times when they knew everything was shaved course they have the temperatures taken as you come in the door and hand sanitizers and everything but one that was a dance over in Colusa County and someone attended from a hovel. Oh, in the lot of them, got it. The other one. It was kind of sad because I do the same thing. I pass out guests to as many people like you think of their name Christmas time and anyway, So these folks on the reservation decided to give everyone gets and they were infected with Covitz. Oh, my So It was satellite view. Looking down, and the third one right here in Upper Lake has put up yellow tape around caution tape, and so they were closed for construction. So I don't know what the story is there, but I think closing down seems to be a less liability and staying open and Affecting everyone. Social Security checks, but it's all coming. It's also the right thing to do, Don't you think? Yes, feel safer. I'm just turned into a hibernating mice traps out here in the mountains. One of the things I wanted to stay this. It's always shocking when, here with a pipe what it takes to be a viper. That basically someone who feeds back in their winnings spends a lot of time in the casino can build it. Dollar for dollar on points A million points and then you're invited to these parties and I live on a limited income. And I've probably had $20,000 in one year and it was just those quit being a fool and you keep pushing that button. I'm a very good friend who loves going to casinos. And when they're close, he's very upset. He thinks he's got a system going on. Of course, there is no system that works. Yeah, they're they're smarter than us. He had you in their favor, But in a little community like ours, you know, a lot of folks have nothing to do. And you know, they've certainly in a lot of ways that homeless shelters Oh, that's true, too. You're right. Very kind to people that as long as you're on your feet and every now and then you put in a dollar you can get through the freezing night. Thank you for your show in your time. Thank you. A very happy New year to you. 41580808 10. Karen e mails, John. It's hard to understand. Why the casino management would even think of holding a party for 4000 people of his time. But it's a relief. They.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"Miner know why is this the video pocket? Like usually I usually push it. But anyway, it's not a video cuz no one wants to see my great film. Yeah. That's true. My like my dad's a piece of shit or minor like cold sucks wage sucks. When he Minds. He's the one that mines them out of hell. Okay, there you go. So it's indie film but the director when he went through all this study and backs background to get like to film it like an eighties film. We're not going to go too much into it because it is going to be a Madness episode about this will get even more in detail page. Is an interview with the director who also stars in it and wrote it. He's been writing that movie since he was fucking twelve. Goddamn. Yeah, and he also started the office for bad cuz they were riding that movie since they were like twelve so it's like the barn and Superbad Superman with minors. So the basically Superbad the director up with a barn the director also took start his own company. It's called scream team releasing and what he does is he'll take Hindi films and make sure that they it gets released and then he pays them once a month no matter how much they made versus waiting for a certain sum or whatever. He's very he makes sure that all the artists and the the people get their money when there's was there another feature that that they also did that production company. Oh, yeah Birthday Party Massacre three, yep, which if you haven't seen it, I think on shutter, right? Yeah, if you haven't gotten shutter already. We're actively trying to get at least from birth. To Madness to get some like sponsorship from them, please shut her do a lot of shudder Originals. Bro. Party Massacre is maybe one of the greatest like party horror films that I've seen in recent times has Joe became it's summer. It's wkn Patton Oswalt and what's his face? Oh, what's his face from the room room? Yeah, Greg. Sarah. Grace is Sarah. Yes. Yeah. All right. All right. So I got a Mac and there's a couple of quality ones, but I want to put a little Beautiful Disaster mix in this first one. So I went shopping mall. Did you unplug? Yeah, right also known as kill box. That's right. Yeah, and you got Barbara Crampton you got you know, some can't some. Oh Dick Miller. Yep, who else there's a couple of people in that fucking movie dude. Yeah, we all die. It's amazing life seen it and so will check for chick from Night of the common, seen that movie as well through the blonde but it's so much fun. It's 80s cheese Killer Robots some really good practical effect. Yes basic premise home. Party in a furniture store and then robots that are security guards lightning strikes and then they okay with the robot who decided the robots get to have laser eyes. That's just watch t you have to a look in case somebody shoplift from Spencer's Gifts. That's what I'm saying. You say that arm off laser Stone animals think that it's funny that Saban films thought that was off the where they got their idea to make what's a little fucking help her own Power Rangers ocean. We have like his head looks like the head of the killbox. Yeah, like oh cool. This is Faith. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah that guy. He looks like kill bot. If you have not had the opportunity to watch shopping mall. There's no chopping in this movie. I don't know why chopping models name cept they started in play boss and it didn't play at all. So they changed mid run of the theaters run they changed it to chopping mall and they got minimally increased number. Change the artwork which helped?.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He led the Union Army and its victory in the Civil War. He was forceful advocate against the Ku Klux Klan and for reconstruction, Others. Accomplice How Khun Complex histories be told when you just gotta monument there a statue there. Well, Michael, I think you hit on a really important point. And speaking of complexity I just want to be. I want to be clear. I'm a professor of world languages and literatures and I did mine. My background work in my PhD on writers, especially an indigenous writer, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. So From South America. So I'm coming at this. Definitely as somebody who loves history, But I don't want my friends to his department Sounds a state university. I just want to make sure for That I don't want to create any addition, worker there, So forgive me for making history. So, yeah, it's complex. In fact, and I think you know one of the things you mentioned, for example. Is exactly that that we're teaching the history of the missions in in fourth grade, and I think that that's one of the things that's very difficult to do is to teach complexity and fourth grade. And you know when we talk about Sarah, when we talk about the missions, I mean, these are things that have a lot of layers. And, for example, I mean, one of the things that that you mentioned, was it, Sarah? You know, I didn't believe that native people had souls. But Actually, that was the whole point of his whole life was to try and save the souls of native people as he saw it at the time, etcetera. So I think that the other thing that we have to keep in mind is that the missions themselves evolved. You know, over many years, if you look at that, you know the Spanish were practicing. The whole mission system for 200 years before they got to California. And when you think about it, it was it was even something. It was always something conceived to serve the Spanish crown. But it changed its face many times In the 17th century. For example, you had militias. Where? What I need people and para. Why wiped out 4000 Portuguese slave traders and they were carrying guns. And so I mean, I think that the the idea of what the mission system wass Evolved and became very, very different by the time we got to 18th century California, but it's really hard to talk about these things when you have to. You know, third and fourth graders. You can only really sort of Paint things in very broad strokes. But apart from education, you can see why people would be indignant and even vehemently enrage the idea that some of these figures are lionized when they were figures who could be easily identify with Oppression on colonisation on DH enslavement. It's very difficult, In other words, too many people to make a separation between those two. Is there a way to Preserve. Well, the history the complexity of the history on DH make it apparent to people. You know for me and you know, some historians may disagree, but I think it's all history is all about the people. An individual people you know, and digging into the lives of individual people and and what they say about themselves and what other people said about them. So you know, for example, I agree with with Valentin and and with Greg that there are Many native figures in California that we don't learn about. We don't hear about. You know, if you think of a man like Sami Eto, who was leader of the pack when people and was known he was baptized is Francisco Solano. You know Solano County is named after him. But who knows that he was a big, important strong war leader of the pack Twin people and an ally of general by you. Or the Stanislas County. Is named after Stanislav, a native person from Mission San Jose, who led a rebellion and 18 in the 18 twenties. I mean, these are things People need to know about, and I don't think that it also involves knowing about thes people in knowing the complexity of their story is something necessarily involved. You know, getting rid of Sarah or any other people related to the colonial project. I like what you're emphasizing here. We need to know more on honor more of women and people of color in our history. That's a given. Let me go back to Greg Sarah's Rigg. We invited the Diocese of Sacramento in the California Catholic Conference. We got a statement from Sacramento Bishop Soto on the removal of the Cirrus Natu in Sacramento's Capital Park. And I'd like you to Respond if you would to his statement, he said, the act of vandalism does little to build the future. There is no question that California's indigenous people endured great suffering during the colonial period and then later faced The horror of government sanctioned genocide under the nation state of California. This legacy is heartbreaking. It is also true that while father Sarah worked under this colonial system, he denounced its evils and worked to protect the dignity of native peoples. His colonia his Holiness as a missionary should not be measured by his own failures to stop the exploitation or even his own. Personal fault. So there's again that complex view of someone like Sarah and your response. Yeah, Michael, That's true. But there is a document documented in the missions here. I don't know about him specifically. But remember, there are documented and in fact, some of his soldiers, the Padres In the San Jose Mission mission. The large in San Francisco and Mission General Cell were so violent to the Indians, the screaming and the torture. Remember the soldiers and the Spanish soldiers? Of course, the company the admissions The Padres. They wrote to Mexico saying How awful awful it wass and as a consequence, Ah Junipero Serra had the soldiers. Then moved away from the actual mission in camp elsewhere. So there's documents that what the Catholic Church is just saying there are not actually true at all that Junipero Serra and the Padres or in men who were violent who tortured the Indians, and they believed, remember they had a thing about suffering is the way to heaven. And they subjugated as via The the horrible measures in the missions and it's well documented. So you know, the Catholic Church can say that. You know, Jennifer? Oh, Sarah was well intentioned or whatever they say. And say, And maybe in his mind, he waas. But in our mind, violence and genocide, and the kinds of things that happened and are documented in the mission by the Franciscan Padres are hardly worthy. Again. Greg Sarah's his tribal chairman of the Federated Indians of Great Manchuria and Valentin Lopez, Let me go back to you. Valentin Lopez is chair of the, Um um much in tribal band. What about the argument? Valentin that you tear down the statue, but it's just a symbol. Native people are suffering, and they need help. Now, the high numbers of Over 19 sufferers, especially among the Navajo. They're not even available. They have running water available down there that that should be a priority Somehow. What do you say to that argument?.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For Friday. Welcome to Forum Michael Crafty throughout California statues of controversial historical figures such as an apparel Sarah and Christopher Columbus are being removed and this follows a trend across the nation to demolish Some consider symbols of racism, oppression and injustice. Indigenous leaders have fought for decades against celebrating Sarah and Columbus, who they see is having committed genocide against Native Americans. And others argue that destroying statues and monuments could silence some parts of history. Instead of expanding our knowledge of it this hour, will dive into the debate over toppling statues and monuments as well as who we memorialize and why let me tell you who is joining us for the hour when welcome Greg Sarah's tribal chairman of the Federated Indians of Great Ranch area, also in dark chair of creative writing an American any literature, It's enormous State University and Welcome back. Gregg. Good to have you Good morning, Michael. We also wanna welcome for this. Our Valentin Valentin Lopez, who is chairman of the AMA most in tribal band, and Welcome to the program. Good to have you aboard. Thank you very much, Michael. Thank you. We also say good morning to Damian Bassett, who joins us as well Professor at San Jose State University, founder of the California Frontier Project and welcome Professor message. I'm Michael. Thanks for having me on glad to have you on and Greg's hair something to begin with you. We go back decades, and certainly this has been a cause celebre for you for decades of battle against these monuments that represent An embodiment as you see it of genocide and of colonization. And of all the dreadful things that were done to indigenous people, But let me go right to the heart of things. It's been frustrating. You get these statues remove these monuments removed. What about the fact that they're being vandalized and topple down by protesters? How does that square with you? Well, you know, like, Oh, that's the problem, either these air leader quick actions. Of course, one of them is you wretched to have them taken down. But the real question is not just destroying the But what do we How do we keep the dialogue about and a larger story? How did we continued to keep the dialogue in a larger story going about the aim or actual history of what? These men represented? John Sutter again? Another person here in California. Who has California hero enslave the California Indians and work with federally financed vigilante groups to kill us during the gold rush. So the question the real question is, you know you can tear them down Michael on. I would like to see them come down, but the big the big thing is what happened didn't avoid. How do we continue? How How does this spark a dialogue? About history that will continue, and that's what concerns me. Well, What about the idea of a foot forward such a cz? Why not have a museum with historical explanations or someplace outdoors or Maybe even there have been suggestions that some of this money that's available and not that much money available these days could be put into a park to honor indigenous people or dance area. Give back shell mounds those kinds of things. In fact, I think, April McGill, a native activist, has been talking about these kinds of things for quite a while as well. Would they be in your picture of where to move? That that's one place, but the bigger place is in the school's Michael in the curriculum on. That's why my tribe is financed $6.8 million project with the Smithsonian to create a template that will be first here in the California schools for 4th 8 And 12 grades to teach a more abroad and inclusive history. That will include the lessons we could learn from this history, Michael about cultural arrogance. Entitlement. What What did these stories tell us? What did these men represent? That is about that, you know, is predicated colonialism. These are the things that I really am concerned about. You couldn't do all the museums and all the little areas you want. But what happened is they become tourist places. And names and all of that, But how do the lessons of history stay with us in our lives lives on how we work out problems today in this world will let me go to Valentin Lopez, who again Cheers, Yama Matson Tribal band and There is a good deal of more consideration isn't there Valentin, For example, Hoon apparel Sarah's role in terms of not only the slave trade, but all of the Dreadful things that he has been identified with whippings and so forth of native Americans and really is essentially not even recognize them. Asuman beings were having souls Todd Moore in the schools now than we've ever imagined, aren't they? Those kinds of things. That, Um oh, you mean the more to history's being taught now more authentic history or certainly Mohr The mixed history of what I mean. For example, hone apparel. Sarah was declared a saint by Pope Francis. And that was a major controversy. I know you remember quite well. And that clouds people's minds and I know you've been fighting the papal bull on this because it still exists. And there are other papal bulls. But what I'm asking you directly is there have been strives. Having there there have been progress in terms of educating its faras. The reality of If you will, the sins of people like Father Junipero Serra. Well, you know, Michael, we've been talking about it, but really, we feel that people are not listening. You know the school curriculum Still teach that you know what they've done in the teachers can't change the curriculum or teach other curriculum now. But not all of them. Do a lot of them teach that curriculum. It's been around forever. You know the sugar, two missions and the Popsicle stick missions are still are still being built in some school. And you know what has to be there to be a uniform application to that. Let me go into the heart of this. You see, Valentin, what is it? I've been mentioning some things, but I'd like to know from your perspective. What is it that indigenous people find so objectionable about? Junipero Serra over that matter, Christopher Columbus, who is still a cultural hero of many Italian Americans. All of the true history of native people have never been told. We've been ignored for gotten any race from history. You know you're right. That unit you know, Universal. Sarah was candidates. By Pope Francis isn't in 2015. About 34 much fire Tio Bean and be canonized of in Ecuador. All France is given apology to the indigenous people for the sins, the crimes and the offenses of the Catholic Church. And and that was a phony apology. To be honest with you. You know, you say 34 months later, the camera, Sara. Who was responsible for those very since crabs. It'll fences right here in California, you know, and whenever the last of the missions were closing the last part of it Mariano yet as he wrote to me, The superiors in Mexico City. And he told We have to find a way to explain what has happened here. All we have done is baptized the Indians. Give it some sacraments and bury them. There are no Indians left along because we're going to be judged harshly and was scored. And that's when they came up with the excuse that the priest treated the Indians. You know, As you know, a CZ Children priest. The church with the Indians came voluntarily came to learn agriculture. They came for a better life. And they came to find God. Nothing could be further the truths of that. But that was the alibi or the excuse that the church wanted to offer in place of the truth of what actually happened, And that's where the curriculum from California came from. For, you know, for all that time Now the truth is warm. The truth you if any of the missions is still not recognize or told So you're talking about true history as opposed to a fake history And this has certainly been the case with respect to The Confederacy, and we'll talk about this later with another professor of history, but I wanted to go to AA Damon Basset to its professor history at San Jose State and founder of the California Frontier Project in History gets pretty mixed Professor message. In fact, there was an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, which pointed out that when when we're talking about somebody like Ulysses S. Grant, for example. You know, that was one of the statues that was hit in Golden Gate Park. We're talking about someone who was a slave owner, and that's Disgraceful by any standards, even the standards of the day, But he was also someone who was a complex figure..

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Tribal solutions and challenges

Native America Calling

08:15 min | 2 years ago

Tribal solutions and challenges

"Today. We're GONNA start off in Tacoma County in California. We Have Greg. Sarah's he is the chairman of the Federated Indians of Grayton Ranch Ria he is a tribal member of the Rancho Rio which includes descendants of the southern. Pomo and coast me walk. People are pleasure to have him here and Sarah's welcome thank you terra. Good morning and chairman just want to start off in understand more about what is your tribe is facing and where things currently stand in terms of facing cove in nineteen Well I think as with all tribes are. I thought of my first thought. Is the leader in. The leadership of this tribe is to take care of our tribal citizens How do we ensure their health? How do we continue programs at service? The elders and so forth With of course short with do less revenue At the same time we have a large casino One of the largest in California. We have fifteen hundred nearly fifteen hundred tribal citizens and at the same time we have over two thousand team members that work in the Casino Resort Casino. Close about a month ago And so of course. Revenues dried up. We've been very fortunate. I will have to say we've been able Well with spending money we've been able to take care of our citizens that's far and continue per capsule albeit somewhat reduced or You know pull back lever connector cavs ability to pay for caps. But we've been able to keep our been most of our programs going And we've been. I think very worked very hard. It's been very stressful for me to make sure that the all the team members who've been furloughed Since that time and for the indefinite future will be Will continue to receive their medical benefits. We will continue to. We have a very good plan. A the Chitral Cadillac plan whereby they pay nothing out of their paycheck so while they're furloughed. We continue to do that. We paid their salaries until many I After which we made sure that with the bump in the employment from the federal government to six hundred dollar bump that they will have somewhat close to equitable pay And so we figure with that and the insurance which will go on indefinitely. They're they're covered but it's been really really stressful About how to get monies We Hope Tara that we will get We believe we're GONNA get the employee retention credit Because we kept our employees. We have a hundred employees just in our travel office with our programs and we had to reduce furlough some of them and reduce salaries there We Governor Newsom here in. California has been very good he. We don't have to pay our compact fees. He's weighed compact piece for six months. Which of the Health? And of course we hope to apply for the Stabilization Fund for the tracks. It sure interment. Is there any talk that those funds will have to be paid back eventually the compact fees? No I don't because again The money the the casinos are closed down. And they're not generating any revenue and remember the very good question the compaq fees based on revenue and when there's no revenue that okay and I think the guy. I don't believe the governor's going to ask us to pay them back or if he does It'll be able to do away in a way that it won't break if he's been very good insensitive to our situation but for the time being of course the casinos are generating revenue and a big other question that we have right now. Those of us that are operating casinos. How do we reopen when if and when we do reopen? We're going to have to practice. The you know six feet distancing measure how do you what would you imagine a casino with Slot Machines and card tables? How do you open a large facility? Which is the one we have Where whereby? You have to have people six feet apart all of Asli. Your revenue flow is going to be greatly reduced when you do reopen so again. That is something that I will sit down and talk to the governor about when that time comes. I'm working on a model for how to do that with him. Now but again we have no idea when that limited opening will begin in. This is something in a lot of tribal leaders are thinking about 'em especially because the tribe makes the call whether it's open or not and A lot of tribes have just on their own heeded the call to Bring more awareness. And that's why a lot of them have closed down end so chairman says anything else you WANNA share about dealing with the state to either get funding or aid or assistance needed Often in the past. It's been the story That sometimes there are way too many hurdles when it comes to working with the state having a seat at the table. We've heard a lot of different things too when it comes to fema funding. Where do things stand now? That relationship with the tribe or with the state. Sorry well we were in A. We're in a very good place. We WE HAVE A. We are our particular type we have. I have a good relationship with Governor tribes here thus far have had a good relationship with governor newsom so Again one of the things as I was waiting We didn't want to furlough any of our people until I kept in touch with him until he negotiated with the feds to get that unemployment bump once he got that then for instance we could take care of our furloughed people and quit paying them salaries. We were paying the full salary until we heard that. But that bump so we waited we worked with him for that we also as I said are working with him. have worked with him to For the time being away the contact sees So So far so good I mean given the situation now regarding the opening I will. We will defer to him when it is safe and ready. I know that some smaller tribes others may want to do differently We also have as you indicated or inferred the option of not opening. But we're doing everything we can. And when we do reopen we're already looking into the various devices which To tell people have a fever coming into the casino An all that sort of thing. So we will comply with Whatever he suggests regarding avery opening my tribal I can't of COURSE SPEAK FOR OTHER TRIBES. Serio in chairman when it comes to your tribe are there any reported cases of covert nineteen? No not that I know of We have taken really strict measures to talk to. Our families are traveled families of particularly keeping the elders inside Sheltering in place a lot of things are kind of sad. I mean we were. We have larger organic garden where we were delivering vegetables and so forth to elders Our some of our staff were in. You know we've had to stop even things like that But yet our services are still in place so that if tribal elders have any health issues they are staff in the tribal office are in contact with the families and with the elders. So that if anything comes up There is an infrastructure in place to support our people in the matter of any health issues that arise

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"greg sarah" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"greg sarah" Discussed on The Green Light

The Green Light

12:39 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on The Green Light

"Shirt. Cargo pants with paint splutters. Oh shit says they're six feet tall. But is really five eleven can't let let you a criminal them right now. Videography, yo. I don't know that Bill. Since. Not be careful out there guys. If you're not someone who already looked into the idea of carrying production this. You're better off putting yourself into a situation where you don't have to worry about your safety. That's always the first thing. But as we know things can happen anywhere. Most people for those listening overseas and those listening outside Connecticut, west Harford is your typical suburb area where there's not a lot of stuff that goes on. So when you hear that there was a shooting in west Harper same thing with weather's field is someone getting shot when you hear these types of things eight just proves that it's not just in the inner cities is not just anything can go wrong, anywhere. Protect yourself. Condoms? All that stuff. Yeah. I mean, I I really wanna know how this unfolds. I wanna know who provoked who did the guy with that argument. Yeah. Did the guy with the gun come first the guy with the ax? Come I, unfortunately, we won't know that yet because it just happened last time I checked they were still looking for the shooter. I'm gonna say the shooter the guy with the ax. He came up to the guy with the gun the guy with the gun got scared and ran away. I say it was probably road rage. The guy without the axe was probably talking shit the guy with the accident home. You'll know I'm packing pulled out. His axe homeboy with the gun said, oh, no, homey. I'm back into draw four bang. He counted at draw to draw four bang and get references. I mean if someone's coming out with an axe. Capela history. If I had a gun. Yeah. That I'm running away. I'm not cabinet shoot. I'm running the west. I'm just tough because that's the type of you would think that gun owners. You would think that that's the type of black and white listen he can kill me with the axe. He's coming towards me with the axe. He sees it have a gun. He still coming towards me self defense. It's not Florida. No, I'm still getting lot. But still I'm sure him. It's not Florida. You've got to put it on the plane fly for cab say is his life or mind say to you you're going to Jim I don't I don't give a damn boy. I'm alive. I'm coming out. Yeah. You would be alive the next Bondo EP after that situation. Dope all his musical sound different. No, more love damn straight capping home. So not to continue the train of bad news involving police officers because we all love and adore police officers that do their job to the most of their ability honoring all laws honoring all citizens and protecting us, all and thoughtful considerate ways. We're talking about the. The minority officers who might not might like black, but minority in bad. If you bet the few bad apples to few bad apples out of that ninety nine percent. The one percent that deserves being spoken about maybe a little bit more. But because you gotta you gotta understand not. Everyone's like, you don't have to shoot someone to be a bad cop. Right. No. If you pull over every black person, you see and just give him a ticket, you know, count, right or you're not killing anybody. But you know. Yeah. You're being a dick accessible doors. There's things you make your bad ass beating. So Stephanie Washington. This has been a story that has gone has gained nationwide recognition Steffi, Washington and New Haven. Twenty two year old young lady. Was driving. She was driving around New Haven. Did it happen on campus? Yes. Happened on your campus. Was yo. All right. So the hamden police officer in a Yale University officer opened fire on vehicle on the Yale campus around four twenty AM. Stephanie Washington a twenty two year old unarmed. Black woman was wounded in the shooting the state police have investigated shooting hundreds of protests reflect out locations, you were down in New Haven Friday night. Did you do you see protests in definitely can you describe what was energy like I went for apology concert right out the venue? There was hundreds of people blocking the streets. They were playing on drums. Banging drums, saying Justice for Stephanie Paul Justice. Stephanie Justice for Paul stuff like that. And what the cops were blocking off the street. So so they can protest peace and whatever. So it was it was nuts. See that many people in one spot all with the same message all with the same type of energy. Yes. So Washington's boyfriend twenty one year old Paul Witherspoon was driving vehicle that the police targeting Witherspoon was not injured but Washington was taken to the hospital at non-life threatening injuries. I think she got shot in the face to. Yeah. The faces very malleable the face if you hit directly, we know that's bad. But if you get hit like any other direction, it's going through something coming out the other side. So. Good for her good for her not being dead being able to have this talk. Now, because we know what happens when people die the the whole narrative shifts, and they write whatever they wanna right. So basically, the cops thought that this car was involved in armed robbery at a gas station around arch street, we all know our street from New Haven if you not it's from over there. And basically they thought the cop. They thought the car was involved. He thought the car had armed suspects in it. I saw the video you guys the video nice all like a light little snippet. Just him coming out just start shooting right away. It looked kinda crazy how on unprepared he kind of. Right. Like, he just slid out the side of the car and run it yet. It it kind of reminded me of the videos, you see of gang members shooting like, you know, how you seek it looks like there's no training. It just looks like yo I'm running this way. And I'm shooting that way. That's how that looked correct. Supposedly, the cops also reported they were getting shots at them that turned out to be Ricky shades from the officers bullets hitting the car at this point. I don't know what that's going to change, you know, things change. And. Yeah, I mean, it's it's extremely unfortunate. The body Cam footage excuse me, the body Cam footage has it been released yet there were trying to block it, but they're going to release. No stick out this morning. They they need. I'm so how do you guys feel about body Cam footage in footage involving these types of things because on one hand, I go no one should see footage of kids getting killed right in those types of situations. It's good. Because the times you do need it as there. Yeah. I think there needs to be like a law like you have seventy two hours after the incident to release it because you see some of these incidents they release it a year later. The do we were talking about who got shot on the highway with the knife, correct member they released that body Cam footage crazy like half a year after it actually happened it and you get somewhere it's released the next day purpose of having if you're not gonna Ruth right away. Thank you fillets fillet. They keep it. On cases were a little bit more, touchy because. They feel like our if this foot is gets out, then it's all work. It's police. I was I was thinking about the Earl beta keep it protect themselves. Again. I think it might be a situation of let's see what happens. Let's see if you're blows over those over and how about you. What you think about body Cam footage in a releasing of it, you think it should be more standardize systematic? Yeah. I feel like it should be released like ASAP. Gets just get into situations where you allow the public to question you like. I'm now, I'm gonna bring Trump into this. But it's kinda like the situation with him and his tax returns. I had no I didn't wanna see your tax return. I don't see. I don't look at people's extra insurance. But the fact that you keep hiding hide your taxes hers is now making me wanna look at your taxes. You know, we all see we kids we kids walk around with something behind their back like this. Would you have onto bet? No. We can't dummy turn around all over you. You know? So if you honestly didn't do anything wrong shows the footage, and I'm all I'm a proponent of that, I'm pretty sure there's a good amount of cops out there that loves idea body cameras because they can go now I don't ever have to worry about being on the wrong side of someone accusing me of doing something. Remember, we had a story of that young lady accused cop of being rude and racist and all this stuff in the body. Cam came out. He was mad respectable. And she was the one kind of turn it on. So. Yeah. Hoshi polls through fine with with little to no changes of her life and her quality of life. And I'm interested to see what happens with New Haven and hamden and how they're gonna handle this with officers. Bro. And now fire him a lot you. So you think he should get book for attempted murder? Definitely. Because definitely we're going to look at this differently because no one died, right? So what a deadly weapon. Man. I just I don't know reckless and dangerous. Yeah. Hasn't some crazy, and okay and not. All right. We're just full of bad news. Yeah. Dan, we need to find a happy song. Like, we need a happy song. So that whenever bonds get on it shit. We'll get that. When we get the body Cam footage. Okay. All right. So did you guys? See the footage of Lucas, Lucas gives me. Yes. You see CAL's? I not Senator grouper about actually Washington. How the young boy that? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You saw the kid high schooler or was it? I think it was Florida's Florida owed actually. Yeah. Only the cellphone. Yes. So for those that don't know what we're talking about. Muka what's his last name Luca? But he has last name is there. There was an incident of all simply about you. How the break yet as I say looking for. Okay, cool. There was an incident evolving police officers breaking up. I don't know if it was a party under what was going on. But cops were there as the cost for handling a suspect or a whoever one of the guys that was getting arrested or handled by the cops his cellphone fell. Muka this gentleman fifteen year old black kid saw that cell phone fell. Picked it up. Like, I'm a super does anyone have an issue in picking up the cell phone? No, no. I didn't see I didn't seem pick it up. I saw longer video and it shows him. Been down to pick something up and then the cop push. So he picked up a cell phone one of the officers their officers names, Christopher critical critical vich in Greg, Sarah. They see them pick up the phone, and they kind of push him like get outta here asked after he pushes them Luca looks like he kind of you know, he doesn't cow. He doesn't run away. But he kind kinda like firms his stance. Why are you pushing me to do anything physically? That's the kind of physical vibe I get from. Takes his OC spray hits him in a face Bong. Sprays face point blank procedure tackle, those into the ground. Then starts bashing his face in his head into the asphalt and hitting them with lighter hitting like this. I mean, if I it looked like enemy fight absolutely creating ground upon. His face look terrible after that's Omar. That's your younger brother Kells, that's your younger, brother Bonzo. That's my younger, brother. That's how easy situation can happen.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Greg, Sarah, John, David, Sydney Powell of helped me, I just Alan Dershowitz, pal David shown, I mean, we have all the Schweitzer, and and then other people on the radio like Russian, Mark. And and Laura was and Tucker and people like that. But there's not a lot of us. And frankly, this is we have done. I would argue where the show of record on this. We have been on this longer. And from the beginning it started in. March of twenty seventeen when we began the process now, here's what's coming this. What I've been saying to you take FARs comments today confirming and put it together with yesterday's comments about unlawful surveillance of US citizens happening about the FBI's, you know, how this all originates about certain the Biza abuse. Remember, we're getting criminal referrals the bar. Now has an investigation. We have the Horowitz report on FIS of the Hoover report on leaking more closed door testimony FIS applications, gang avait materials. Three oh, two's. It's gonna come cascading down. It's it's happening and I have been wrong yet. And that's why I would just ask you to please be patient and hang with us. And and and we'll get there. I promise you that. We'll get there. But I want to remind you about my pillow. Look, you know, what my Pillow's done to main help me. And I know so many of you have written made thanking me..

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"greg sarah" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Well, I think that's a good point. I mean, all of this is now coming that's the Bill bar, the attorney general William bar confirming that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign, and those what he's saying when he says that his attorney general you're not allowed to turn the powerful tools of intelligence on the American people, and what he's saying is we are going to uphold the law, and that's what he said yesterday, and he confirmed again today, and that's why all of this is so port. That's why spend all this time today going over all of this. Let's say hi to Doug, Kansas. Doug. How are you? Glad. You called, sir. Hi, shawn. That to talk to you from the center of the country. I don't believe what you're telling me. I have listened to you for ever. And for the last two years, you said everybody's going to be held accountable. I don't believe it's going to happen. You're not we've had we've had you and Sean Solomon and Greg Jarrett Gregg Jarrett wrote a book on what was going on. It's been out for six months and bar is going to say I'm gonna look into it. Where's the whistleblowers Hillary the Hillary looking into her campaign? It was taken away from the rank and file, where's the rank and file whistleblowers? No. All right. We got gotta listen to me. I know you're frustrated. I know it's taken us two years of a lot of investigative reporting. And I can tell you this small group of us they gonna forgive people. Greg, Sarah, John, David, Sydney Powell of helped me, I just Alan Dershowitz, pal David shown, I mean, we have all the Schweitzer, and and then other people on the radio like Russian, Mark. And and Laura was and Tucker and people like that. But this is not a lot of us. And frankly, this is we have done. I would argue where the show of record on this. We have been on this longer. And from the beginning it started in. March of twenty seventeen when we we began the process now, here's what's coming. This is what I've been saying to you take bars comments today confirming and put it together with yesterday's comments about a lawful surveillance of US citizens happening about the FBI's. You know, how this whole originates about certainly FIS abuse. Remember, we're getting criminal referrals. The bar. Now has an investigation. We have the Horowitz for port on FIS of the Hoover report on leaking more closed door testimony FIS applications gang of eight materials. Three oh, two's. It's gonna come cascading down. It's it's happening. And I haven't been wrong yet. And that's why I would just ask you to please be patient and hang with us. And and and we'll get there. I promise you that. We'll get there. But I want to remind you about my pillow. Look, you know, what my Pillow's done to me and help me. And I know so many of you have written me thanking me. But telling you about my pillow because like me, you're falling asleep faster, stay asleep longer. And I've told you about the new Mike pillow mattress topper, which is amazing. Okay. So I figure it out..

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"greg sarah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Blowers, Hillary the Hillary looking into campaign. It was taken away from the rank and file, where's the rank and file whistle blowers? No art, we gotta listen to me. I know you're frustrated. I know it's taken us two years of a lot of investigative reporting. And I can tell you this small group of us. Dave, I'm gonna forget people, Greg, Sarah, John, David, Sydney Powell. Helped me I just Alan Dershowitz pal David shown, I mean, we have all the lights her, and and then other people on the radio like Russian, Mark. And and Laura was an Tucker and people like that. But there's not a lot of us. And frankly, this is we have done. I would argue where the show of record on this. We have been on this longer. And from the beginning it started in March of twenty seventeen when we began the process now, here's what's coming this. What I've been saying to you take bars comments today confirming and put it together with yesterday's comments about unlawful surveillance of US citizens happening about the FBI's, you know, how this all originates about certainly FIS abuse. Remember, we're getting criminal referrals the bar. Now has an investigation. We have the Horowitz report on FIS of the Hoover. Port on leaking more closed door testimony FIS applications gang avait materials. Three oh, two's. It's gonna come cascading down. It's it's happening. And I haven't been one yet. And that's why I would just ask you to please be patient and hang with us. And and and we'll get there. I promise you that. We'll get there. But I want to remind you about my pillow. Look, you know, what my Pillow's done to me helped me. And I know so many of you have written me thanking me telling you about my pillow because like me, you're falling.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:04 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You wanna be a part of the program that was a full hour and seven minutes last night, townhall, twenty twenty hopeful New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand. I I'm looking at the ratings from last night in front of me. I'm thinking this has to be a mistake can't be that pad. But it is that bad. She they see fake news CNN had under a half a million viewers for this town hall, four hundred ninety one thousand people I will call it a half a million, you know, Wapping hundred fifteen thousand in the demo. We were thanks all of you. We always give credit. Our our beloved audience you give us the microphone everyday in the camera everyday. And we wore the number one show on cable along shot. Last night. But three point almost at three point two million. How do you get under four ninety one thousand by the way Linda's back where have you been the last couple of days getting my nails done taking couple days off, you know, relaxing. Will you doing kid stuff? You said you said you went to play with your three year old that was actually took him to see pull patrol life say it again paw patrol troll live kind of epic fail. So Liam I think probably for the first twenty minutes of my one our experience for my hundred dollar ticket spent face down in his blanket on my shoulder hysterically crying that he was scared of characters on stage because they were too big. We went to Sesame Street once like MSG was terrible. As a kid kids are scared to death. Woman in front of me, literally has three and a half year old. Just like she looks me. She goes, well, this was a genius plant high said, absolutely. Why are they scared of the Bush? They love it on television things one is Dr giant, they're huge. I mean, they're bigger than me these giant because this show's all about it's it's dogs of the big new, Hugh. The larger than life. So anyways, all that's in there. And then, you know, you got the music, which is more layering. It's blaring. Then you got nine million kids. It's just the whole thing. It's just so much going on all the thing is they make so much money on on the crap. Forget about the lights on necklaces, this thing, I honest to God could what it is the paw patrol has something called the lookout, basically like an airport tower and on the top had this thing that's twenty five dollars. I don't know what it does. My son is infatuated with it. So between the tickets the parking and the twenty five dollars a half hour. We spent ten full shows overland looks at me and goes, mom ready. He's ready to go. Go to ten more minutes. You want to see the end. Did you get them popcorn? And cotton candy. Now, I brought my own healthy snack. Good. That is awful. That is awful let my sister teddy. I remember when we were young actually, I remember we'd go to movies, right? She'd make your own popcorn I'm going. I don't want your popcorn I like popcorn from the movie theater. I'm buying my own. She doesn't know it's much cheaper that way. I don't care if it's cheaper it tastes better. When they make it right there hot. I agree with you the something about the experience. But I'm a little weird about what goes on his body. So I bring with me my week would maybe like three years ago when I know it salt I got to go to a ranger game. Which I wish I got more time to go, you know, grow playing hockey and love I mean when there's a fight and a hockey game, which is less and less of them. Fortunately, because everybody you should hear Madison Square Garden one of fight breaks out of the garden. Oh back in the flyers. A huge all the games. Yeah. Well, everybody has time to do. Great everyone that works for me goes on these incredible vacations. I have a new employee six months. She went to a rubel. Oh, good. Nice v. Mike window. I get thanks radio. Steph. No that was you know, Hayley from TV. So what we say my brother-in-law is at every single ranger game every single night on the it's, but but you're right. The crowd when they fight we were out of playoff. They love it two or three years ago, and it was too against five by the end of the game because there was so much fighting and the crowd was nuts. Got to tell the better story, but what your brother mall wears brother-in-law wears a Trump jersey and these known Joe Trump in all of medals way yet really reputation dude, Joe Trump, ranger jersey, ranger jersey. And it has the CC for commander in chief on it. That's hilarious Forty-five on the back of it. Hilarious. Him. And he walks down the street of, you know, Trump is love New York. Bye. By the average New Yorker. Let's put it that way. I mean, the elite is the live in the whatever esconced communities. I have no idea what part of New York is better than the next. But because I just not part of it. And but the ranger games they used to have it that the entire benches would clear that the gold Tam watch fights for goaltender star fighting each other. And it was all that's terrible. It's bad for this for my notes. Not you know. I was big broad street bullies fan back. My Bobby Clark was my idol wanted not. And I was the only one of my friends that didn't lose teeth or good stitches playing hockey. And then sure enough I start in construction. I fall three stories off a roof unfrozen crowned and busted up my dislocated. My arm literally head Stangl ING half. I felt like it was disconnect was disconnected. It literally came out of the socket busted up all my teeth. I use the bond them for years the best. I can do you take a bite of an apple three of them. Pop out one day to the next day. And I had to finally get them fixed. Well, you'd be like an honorary Canadian really what it's like, for example. I would ride a bicycle on a kick for a while riding a bike outside. I just like to get outside once in a while and everybody is helping schwinn. I love schwinn. That's a good Vespas shop, you just stop and calmed out in there and ride a bicycle, and I've been people would ask me my kids. What was your home because I make them wear a helmet? I'm not wearing a helmet, nobody wears a helmet when we were growing. Got. So embarrassed first time, I took leave out take them out put him on the bike. I don't know what I'm doing training wheels. No, it was it's something called cruzi. And so they don't have training wheels that teaches kids balance with the training wheels. It's really cool. So they move right? They can't fall off it. Correct. Go right from the cruzi to regular to healer. Okay, fine. I don't even think about the helmet. Take him out. I'm in the park and getting a lot of side a lot of not popular at all. And I'm my gosh. So this mom walks. Every means she's like, hi, hey, how you doing? She's like is that your son over there without the helmet on really mind your own business. I go buy your own business. Three miles an hour. For what she goes. Oh, I guess if you wanna risk brain injury. Dude what the front door. I'm like gotta be kidding me. What I'm all favor of some of the rules new rules football. I get get want. You don't want to destroy somebody's career. I think you know. The brain injury issue is a real issue concussions are real issues. We have too much evidence now to back that up. Okay. That's that's fine. But you know, what? I don't want to lose football to take the, you know, the edge out of football and taken out of hockey now. And if it's just a pain, it's just you know, when we were kids, we would constantly drop. Our gloves have fights pickup our gloves and start playing again. And guess what? We we we survive. We're okay. I don't know. But I wouldn't let my own kids to my son played hockey till he broke his leg scan. The thing that we're talking about here is looking about having a coffee troll talking about conversation but in all series. There are serious injuries. They need to be addressed. But when we when we start taking it to a place that is so aggressive so grievous kids can have fun anymore because we're micro-managing what we can I admit I was a helicopter parent like everybody else. Here's the worst. I am not. Are you? Here's the problem, though, is when I got out of school, and I got off the bus. I went ran inside grab some food through my hand. Got my hockey's thick my roller skates or my baseball bat, or my football or my basketball. I was out the door different times it. No, you can't do that today. You can't it's horrible. I mean, you've got these these predators everywhere animated, so horrible. It's not me. It's the times that we live. I mean, I definitely find myself a lot I was actually thinking about this the other day, you know, I was at the park with my son. And, you know, my time with with my son is my time with my son. I'm all I'm hands on parent. But these people are all in the park, and they're on their cell phones, and they're not paying attention. And they've done a bunch of those hidden camera shows now where they'll show a parent and the other parent, whether they're divorced or whatever it is. And they'll they'll show how distracted they are. They'll have a person come up Laura the kid away with candy or toyah. Or whatever. And then the other parents watching on film as their child is kidnapped terrible. All right. Let's say hi to angel is in Long Island, then New York big problem in Long Island MS thirteen the guy that was guilty of manslaughter illegal immigrant got caught just a week ago angel. How are you? Glad you called that. You saw a first time caller. My question is about the FIS abuse. When you go to the court for the first time the original up, and then you went back for three more is it in front of this same church or four separate judges. Why haven't we gotten their names to find a bomb appointees? Thank you, Sean. Well, I think that's a good point. I mean, all of this is now coming that's the Bill bar, the attorney general William bar confirming that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign and those. What he's saying when he says that is turning general you're not allowed to turn the powerful tools of intelligence on the American people. And what he's saying is we are going to uphold the law, and that's what he said yesterday, and he confirmed again today, and that's why all of this is so important. That's why spend all this time today going over all of this. Let's say hi to Doug, Kansas. Doug. How are you? Glad you called, sir. Hi, shawn. That to talk to you from the center of the country. I don't believe what you're telling me. I had listened to you for ever. And for the last two years, you said everybody's going to be held accountable. I don't believe it's going to happen. You're not we've had we've had you and John Solomon and Greg Jarrett Gregg Jarrett wrote a book on what was going on. It's been out for six months and bar is going to say I'm gonna look into. To it. Blowers. Hillary the Hillary looking into her campaign. It was taken away from the rank and file, where's the rank and file whistle blowers? No, gotta listen to me. I know you're frustrated. I know it's taken us two years of a lot of investigative reporting. And I can tell you this small group of us they gonna forgive people. Greg, Sarah, John, David Sydney Powell helped me, I just Alan Dershowitz, pal David shown, I mean, we have all the Schweitzer, and and then other people on the radio like Russian, Mark..

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"greg sarah" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Sean Hannity show eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. You want to be a part of the program that was a full hour and seven minutes last night, townhall, twenty twenty hopeful New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand. I I'm looking at the ratings from last night in front of me. I'm thinking this has to be a mistake. It can't be that bad. But it is that bad. She they see fake news CNN had under a half a million viewers for this town hall, four hundred ninety one thousand people I will call it a half a million, you know, Wapping hundred fifteen thousand in the demo we were thanks to all of you. We always give credit. Our our beloved audience, you give us the microphone everyday and the camera everyday. And we wore the number one show on cable by a long shot. Last night, but three point almost just shy at three point two million. How do you get under four ninety one thousand by the way Linda's back where have you been the last couple of days we've made now is just getting my nails done taking a couple days off. You know, relax thing. Will you doing kid stuff? You said you said you went to a play with your three year old that was actually took him to see a pull patrol life for say it again, poor patrol troll live kind of an epic fail. So Liam I think probably for the first twenty minutes of my one our experience for my hundred dollar ticket spent face down in his blanket on my shoulder hysterically crying that he was scared of characters on stage because they were too big. We went to Sesame Street once I like MSG was terrible nightmare. Kids are scared to death. The woman in front of me literally has three and a half year old. Just like she looks me. She goes, well, this was a genius plan. High said, absolutely. Why are they scared of the they love it on? I guess tell the two things one is Dr giant they're huge. I mean, they're bigger than me these giant because this show's all about it's it's dogs of the big new that must be Hugh. The larger than life. So anyways, all that's in there. And then you got the music, which is more layering. It's just blaring. And then you got nine million kids. It's just the whole thing. It's just so much going on. And they all the thing is they make so much money on sewn. The crap forget about the lights you had no idea on necklaces. This thing I honest to God could what it is the the paw patrol has something called the lookout, basically like an airport tower and on the top had this thing that the twenty five dollars. I don't know what it does. My son is infatuated with it. So between the tickets the parking and twenty five dollars a half hour. We spent ten for the show's over Liam looks at me and goes, mom ready. Go go. There's ten more minutes that you want to see the end. Did you get popcorn and cotton candy? Now, I brought my own healthy snack. Good. That is awful. That is awful let my sister teddy. I remember when we were young actually, I remember we'd go to movies, right? She'd make your own popcorn I'm going. I don't want your popcorn I like popcorn from the movie theater. I'm buying my own. She doesn't. No, it's much cheaper that way. I don't care if it's cheaper it tastes better. When they make it right there hot. I agree with you something about the experience. But I'm a little worried about what goes on his body. So I bring with me my week is I would maybe like three years ago when I got to go to a ranger game, which I wish I got more time to go, you know, grow playing hockey and love I mean when there's a fight and a hockey game, which is less and less of them. Fortunately, because everybody you should hear Madison Square Garden one of fight breaks out of the garden. Oh back in the flyers. A huge all the games. Oh, yeah. Well, everybody has time to degrade everyone that works for me goes on these incredible vacations. I've new employees six months. She went to a rubel good nice fee. I'm like window. I get radio Steph. No. That was you know, Hayley from TV. So what we my brother-in-law is at every single ranger game. Every single night on the dos. It's but but you're right. The crowd when they fight we were out of playoff. They love it two or three years ago, and it was too against five by the end of the game because there was so much fighting and the crowd was nuts. I got to tell the better story though. But what your brother will wears my brother-in-law wears a Trump jersey? He's known as Joe Trump in all of way, yet really reputation, dude. Joe Trump is it's a ranger jersey, ranger jersey. And it has the CC for commander in chief on it. That's hilarious. Forty five on the back of it less Hillary yards love him. And he walks down the street of, you know, Trump is love New York. By by the average, New Yorker, let's put it that way. I mean, the is the live in the whatever esconced communities, I have no idea what part of New York is better than the next. But because I just not part of it. And but the ranger games they used to have it that the entire benches would clear that the gold Tam watch fights were goaltender star fighting each other. And it was all that's terrible. It's bad for this for my notes. Not you know, I was the big broad street bullies fan back. My Bobby Clark was my idol wanted not. And I was the only one of my friends that didn't lose teeth or get stitches playing hockey. And then sure enough I start in construction. I fall three stories off a roof on frozen crowned and busted up my dislocated my arm, but literally heads dangling half. I felt like it was disconnect was disconnected. It literally came out of the socket busted, a all my teeth. I use the bond them for years the best I can do. And you take a bite of an apple three of them in pop out one day to the next day. And I had to finally get them fixed. Well, you'd be like an honorary Canadian really would it's like, for example. I would ride a bicycle on a kick for a while riding a bike outside. I just like to get outside once in a while and everybody is helping schwinn the I love schwinn. That's a good Vespas shush up. You just stop and calm down in there and ride a bicycle, and I've been people would ask me my kids. What was your home at dad because I make them wear a helmet. I'm not wearing a helmet, nobody wears a helmet when we were growing got. So embarrassed first time, I took leave out take him out put him on the bike. I don't know what I'm doing training wheels. No, it was it's something called cruzi. And so they don't have training wheels teaches kids balance without the training wheels. It's really cool. So they move right? They can't fall off it. Correct. Say go right from the cruzi to regular two Wheeler. Okay, fine. I don't even think about the helmet. Take them out. I'm in the park. And I'm getting a lot of side a lot not popular at all. And I'm like gosh. So this mom walks. Every means she's like, I'm high house. Like, hey, you doing she's like is that your son over there without the helmet on gosh, really mind your own business. Go mind your own business. Three miles an hour. For what she goes over. I guess if you wanna risk brain injury. Dude what the front door. I'm like you. Gotta be kidding me. Was it? I'm all favor of some of the rules new rules football. I get you don't want. You don't want to destroy somebody's career. I think you know. The brain injury issue is a real issue concussions a real issues. We have too much evidence now to back that up. Okay. That's that's fine. But you know, what? I don't want to lose football to take the the, you know, the edge out of football and taken out of hockey now. And if it's just a pain, it's just. You know, when we were kids, we would constantly drop. Our gloves have fights pick up our gloves and start playing again. And guess what? We we we survive. We're okay. I don't know. But I wouldn't let my own kids to my son played hockey till he broke his leg skiing. I think the thing that we're talking about here is that we're having a coffee troll talking about conversation, but in all series there. There are serious injuries. They need to be addressed. But when we when we start taking it to a place that is so aggressive so grievous kids can have fun anymore because we're micro-managing what we can I admit I was a helicopter parent like everybody else. Here's the worst. I am not. Here's the problem, though, is when I got out of school, and I got off the bus. I went ran inside grab some food through my hand got my hockey, stick my roller skates or my baseball bat or my football. And my basketball. I was out the door. That's different times. It no. You can't do that today. You can't it's horrible. I mean, you've got these these predators everywhere. Animates so horrible. It's not me. It's the times that we live in. I mean, I definitely find myself a lot I was actually thinking about this the other day, you know, I was at the park with my son. And, you know, my time with with my son is my time with my son. I'm all I'm hands on parent. But these people are all in the park, and they're on their cell phones, and they're not paying attention. And they've done a bunch of those hidden camera shows now where they'll show a parent and the other parent, whether they're divorced or whatever it is. And they'll they'll they'll show how the they are. They'll have a person come up Laura the kid away with candy or toyah. Or whatever. And then the other parents watching on film as their child is kidnapped terrible. All right. Let's say hi the angel is in Long Island, New York. Big problem in Long Island MS thirteen the guy that was guilty of manslaughter illegal immigrant is got caught just a week ago angel. How are you? Glad you called. Thank you saw a first time caller. My question is about the FIS abuse. When you the. Defies equipped for the first time the original up, and then you went back for three more. Front of this same charge or four separate judges. Why haven't we gotten their names to find out if they were Abam appointees? Thank you, Sean. Well, I think that's a good point. I mean, all of this is now coming the Bill bar, the attorney general William bar confirming that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign, and those what he's saying when he says that his attorney general you're not allowed to turn the powerful tools of intelligence on the American people, and what he's saying is we are going to uphold the law, and that's what he said yesterday, and he confirmed again today, and that's why all of this is so port, and it's why spend all this time today going over all of this. Let's say hi to Doug, Kansas. Doug. How are you? Glad you called, sir. Hi, shawn. That to talk to you from the center of the country. I don't believe what you're telling me. I. I have listened to you for ever. And for the last two years. You said everybody's going to be held accountable. I don't believe it's going to happen. You're not we've had we've had you and John and Greg jet. Greg Jarrett Roga book on what was going on? It's been out for six months and bar is going to say I'm gonna look into it. Where's the whistle blowers? The Hillary the Hillary looking into her campaign, it was taken away from the rank and file, where's the rank and file whistle blowers? No, gotta listen to me. I know you're frustrated. I know it's taken us two years of a lot of investigative reporting. And I can tell you this small group of us. Dave, I'm gonna forget people, Greg, Sarah, John, David Sydney Powell helped me, I just Alan Durst pal David shown, I mean,.

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"greg sarah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

11:54 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You want to be a part of the program that was a full hour and seven minutes last night, townhall, twenty twenty hopeful New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand. I I'm looking at the ratings from last night in front of me. I'm thinking what this has to be a mistake. It can't be that pad. But it is that bad. He see fake news CNN had under a half a million viewers for this town hall, four hundred ninety one thousand people I will call it a half a million, you know, Wapping hundred and fifteen thousand in the demo we were the thanks all of you. We always give credit. Our our beloved audience, you give us the microphone everyday and the camera every day, and we wore the number one show on cable by a long shot. Last night. But three point almost show at three point two million. How do you get under four ninety one thousand by the way Linda's back where have you been the last couple of days we've made now is just getting my nails thown taking a couple days off, you know, relaxing you doing kid stuff. You said you said you went to play with your three year old. That was actually we took him to see a pull patrol life. What say it again poor patrol troll live kind of an epic fail. So Liam I think probably for the first twenty minutes of my one our experience for my hundred dollar ticket spent face down in his blanket on my shoulder hysterically crying that he was scared of characters on stage because they were too big. But we went to Sesame Street once like at MSG, it was terrible nightmare. Her kids are scared to death. The woman in front of me literally has three and a half year old just like me. She looks me. She goes, well, this was a genius plan. High said, absolutely. Why are they scared of the who is they love it on television things one is Dirk giant. They're huge. I mean, they're bigger than me. He's giant because the show's all about it's it's dogs of the big new, Hugh. The larger than life. But yes, so anyways, all that's in there. And then, you know, you got the music, which is Larry King. It's his blaring. And then you got nine million kids. It's just the whole thing. It's just so much going on. And they all the thing is they make so much money on sewn. The crap forget about the lights you had no idea on necklaces, this thing, I honestly got what it is the the Paul patrol has something called the lookout basically like an airport tower and on the top had this thing that twenty five dollars. I don't know what it does. My son is infatuated with it. So between the tickets the parking and the twenty five dollars a half hour. We spent ten full shows overland looks at me and goes mom already ready to go go ten more minutes that you wanna see the end you get popcorn and cotton candy. Now, I brought my own healthy snack. Good. That is awful. That is awful my sister teddy. I remember when we were young actually, I remember we'd go to movies, right? He'd make our own popcorn. I'm going. I don't want your popcorn I like popcorn from the movie theater. I'm buying my own. She doesn't know it's much cheaper that way. My own care if it's cheaper it tastes better when they make it right there. I agree with you something about the experience. But I'm a little weird about what goes on his body. So I bring with me my week would maybe like three years ago when we know it salt, I got to go to arrange game, which I wish I got more time to go to you know, grew up playing hockey and love I mean when there's a fight and a hockey game, which is less and less of them. Fortunately, because everybody you should hear Madison Square Garden one of fight breaks out of the garden. Oh back in the flyers ins, a huge all the games. Oh, well, everybody has time to great everyone that works for me goes on these incredible vacations. I have a new employee. Six months. She went to a Ruge. I'm like, oh, good. Nice fi. I'm like when do I get radio Steph? No. That was you know, Hayley from TV. So what my brother-in-law is at every single ranger game every single night on the NAS. It's but but you're right. The crowd when they fight we were out of play. They love it two or three years ago, and it was too against five by the end of the game because there was so much fighting and the crowd was nuts. I got to tell the better story though. But what your brother more wears they my brother-in-law wears a Trump jersey. And he's known as Joe Trump in all of no way, yet really reputation, dude. Joe Trump is it's a ranger jersey, ranger jersey. And it has the CC for commander and chief on it that hilarious forty five on the back of it less. Larry guards love him. And he walks down the street of, you know, real Trump is loved in New York. By by the average, New Yorker, let's put it that way. I mean, the elitist live in the whatever escon communities, I have no idea what part of New York is better than the next. But because I just not part of it. And but the ranger games they used to have it that the entire benches would clear that the gold Tam watch fights were goaltenders star fighting each other. And it was all that's terrible. It's bad for this for like notes. Not you know. I was a big broad street bullies fan back mud. Bobby Clark was my idol one not. And I was the only one of my friends that didn't lose teeth or get stitches playing hockey. And then sure enough I start in construction. I fall three stories off a roof unfrozen crowned and busted up my this located my arm, literally heads dangling half. I felt like it was it was disconnected. It literally came out of the socket busted up all my teeth. I use the bond them for years the best. I can do you take a bite of an apple three of them. Pop out one day to the next day, and I had to finally get him fixed. Well, you'd be like an honorary Canadian really would it's like, for example. I would ride a bicycle on a kick for a while riding a bike outside. I just like to get outside once in a while and everybody is homing schwinn. I love schwinn. That's good Vespas shop, you just used a stop and calm down in there and ride a bicycle and every. I've been people would ask me my kids. What was your home it done because I make them wear a helmet? I'm not wearing a helmet. Nobody wears a helmet when we were growing got. So embarrassed I much gleam out take him out and put him on the bike. I don't know what I'm doing training wheels. You no it was it's something called a cruzi. And so they don't have training wheels teaches kids balance with other training wheels. It's really cool. So they move right? And they came off it. Correct. Say go right from the cruzi to regular two Wheeler. Okay, fine. I don't even think about the helmet take him out in the park. And I'm getting a lot of side. I a lot of not popular at all. And I'm like gosh, this mom walks. Every means she's like, hi, hey, he he's like is that your son over there without the helmet on really mind your own business? Look at her, and I go mine your own business. Three miles an hour. For what she goes over. I guess if you wanna risk brain injury. And I'm just like dude what the front door. I'm like, you've gotta be kidding me. Is it? I'm all favor of some of the rules new rules in football. I get get want. You don't want to destroy somebody's career. I think you know. The brain injury issue is a real issue concussions are real issues. We have too much evidence now to back that up. Okay. That's that's fine. But you know, what? I don't want to lose football to take the the, you know, the edge out of football and taking out of hockey now. And if it's just a pain, it's just. You know, when we were kids, we would constantly drop. Our gloves have fights pick up our gloves and start playing again. And guess what? We we we survive. We're okay. No. But I wouldn't let my own kids to my son played hockey till he broke his leg skiing. I think the thing that we're talking about here is walking about having a coffee troll talking about conversation but in all series, and there are serious injuries. They need to be addressed. But when we when we start taking it to a place that is so aggressive, so grievous where kids can't have fun anymore because we're micro-managing, but we can I admit I was a helicopter parrot like everybody else. Here's the worst. I am not. Oh, you so are you? Here's the problem, though, is when I got out of school, and I got off the bus. I ran inside grab some food through my hand got my hockey, stick my roller skates or my baseball bat or my football. And my basketball. I was out the door different times it. No, you can't do that today. You can't it's horrible. I mean, you've got these these predators everywhere. And I mean, it's so horrible. It's not me. It's the time. Times that we live. I mean, I definitely find myself a lot I was actually thinking about this the other day, you know, I was at the park with my son. And, you know, my time with with my son is my time with my son. I'm all I'm hands on parent. But these people are all in the park, and they're on their cell phones, and they're not paying attention. And they've done a bunch of those hidden camera shows now where they'll show a parent and the other parent, whether they're divorced or whatever it is. And they'll they'll they'll show how distracted they are. They'll have a person come up Lor the kid away with candy or toy or whatever. And then the other parents watching on film as their child is kidnapped terrible. All right. Let's say hi the angel is in Long Island, New York. Big problem in Long Island MS thirteen the guy that was guilty of manslaughter illegal immigrants is got caught just a week ago angel. How are you? Glad you called. Thank you saw a first time caller. My question is about the FIS of us. When you go in front of the FIS equipped for the firm. First time the original FIS up. And then you went back for three more is it in front of the same church or four separate judges. A why haven't we gotten their names to find out if they were a bomb appointees? Thank you, Sean. Well, I think that's a good point. I mean, all of this is now coming that's Bill bar, the attorney general William bar confirming that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign, and those what he's saying when he says that is turning general you're not allowed to turn the powerful tools of intelligence on the American people, and what he's saying is we are going to uphold the law, and that's what he said yesterday, and he confirmed again today, and that's why all of this is so important. That's why spend all this time today going over all of this. Let's say hi to Doug, Kansas. Doug. How are you? Glad you called, sir. Hi, shawn. That to talk to you from the center of the country. I don't believe what you're telling me. I have listened to you for ever. And for the last two years, you said everybody's going to be held accountable. I don't believe it's going to happen. You're not we've had we've had you and John Salomo and Greg jet. Greg Jarrett rogue book on what was going on. It's been out for six months and bar is going to say I'm gonna look into it. Where's the whistleblowers the Hillary the Hillary looking into her campaign? It was taken away from the rank and file, where's the rank and file whistle blowers? No, gotta listen to me. I know you're frustrated. I know it's taken us two years of a lot of investigative reporting. And I can tell you this small group of us at Dave. I'm gonna forget people, Greg. Sarah, John, David Sydney Powell of help me..

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"greg sarah" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Obviously, I smack designers for me put that boy on put up on a waffle house fron pan. Now, maybe my favorite quote from an athlete in years. It's just waffle house frying prints, man. That makes it are. We going to get an Ecole Roby Coleman on the show this week. Maybe the Cal but not probably not tell but it's up to the Rams. They're giving us whoever they can get us throughout the week. Except for Friday, Kalman is awesome. All right. To you. All right last chat. I have a game. We fed at this weekend. Who you're going to see when you go to Saturday Night Live in February. Yes, I you're gonna see Halsey who I think is really good. I've been to Saturday Night Live twice, thanks to our friend. Jeff Blake you. And I often talk about how much we like it. You're going to go for the first time in February. Now, I have a list of former SNL cast members some are real some. I completely made you tell me. Yes, or no. Or these people ever cast members on Saturday Night Live now Mason is going to know more of these in Gregor J. So I'm gonna Mason go last. So Greg you go first. Okay. All right. Julia Louis Dreyfus was yes. And the cash let J no Mace break the tie. Yes. She was. Yes, she was two years at and they wouldn't give her good skit. They were left. They been Brad hall. They're exactly they were dark years for Saturday Night Live. All right. Gregg, Marc Maron who is a comedian. Who has the the number one podcast that doesn't fit him? No, no J. Yeah. No, you're going. No, man. Yeah. No. No is the correct answer. He interviewed twice with one Michaels. Then couple years ago had Lauren on his podcast. Do you? Remember, even interviewing me and learn goes, I don't but I see like the mayor and said he just didn't click with Lorne Michaels. So Mason is podcast and he's great on the TV series glowing. Netflix. Okay, greg. Larry David was he ever did he ever work at NO does that count? When he what he was doing way would have to appear on something. Well, he appeared a fun. John cast member, right. Not a guest host to casper. I guess it was like it. Just a guest star. Ladies kind of comes in every once in a while. I've that doesn't count. All right. Memory play. Bernie sanders. That counts then. Yes. Okay. J F it counts. Yes. If the Bernie Sanders thing counts. Yeah. No. It's a cast member on SNL. He was not again. No going. No, the answer is I'll let you guys decide the answer is he was a writer who appeared in multiple skits. But he was never in the open. But here's the funny thing. Do you guys? Remember the Seinfeld episode where George gets fired he loses it at his boss. He gets fired right on a Friday. And then just shows up to work on Monday. Like nothing happened. Right. That was Larry the idea came Larry David was on us and L. They wouldn't put any of his skits on the show. He went in cursed out. Lord, Lorne Michael said, I f- in quit stormed out and Monday. He just came back like thing happened and learn let him stay. Oh, that's crazy. Have you guys credit for that? Greg has he did your? Bernie sanders. Yeah. I was at one of ninety did Bernie when I was there. All right, Greg. Jim Carey was he ever SNL J? I yes, I think he was right maze. No, he was on living color that Iraq is on in living color. So Greg James Kerry, by the way. Jim Belushi John's brother, Greg. Yes. Or no. Who? Yes, J. No mace. Yes. For four years. Yeah. He was on the show. I actually almost as long as John robbery eagle, Greg who. Now does the skits on FOX, rob Riggle? No J. No may snow a whole year. Really? Yeah. He was a cast member. Wow. Okay. For downtime. Four more Louis. C K. Greg was Louis C K ever cast member you're going. No J. No, steve. We would have heard about it. And not in a good way. I will say, no, no, it's great dancer. He has guest hosted it twice, Sarah Silverman. Greg, Sarah Silverman. Who's a great comedian? Now see her being on there for like a year. So yes, J D..

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"greg sarah" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"greg sarah" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Obviously us smack designs for me put that boy on put that blown a waffle house fron pan. Now, maybe my favorite quote from an athlete in years. It's just waffle house frying prints, man. That makes it are. We going to get an Ecole Roby Coleman on the show this week. Maybe the Cal but not probably not tell but it's up to the Rams. They're giving us whoever they can get us throughout the week. Except for Friday, Kalman is awesome. All right. To you. All right last chat. I have a game. We fed at this weekend. Who you're going to see when you go to Saturday Night Live in February. Yes, I you're gonna see Halsey who I think is really good. I've been to Saturday Night Live twice, thanks to our friend. Jeff Blake you. And I often talk about how much we like it. You're going to go for the first time in February. Now, I have a list of former SNL cast members some are real some. I completely made you tell me. Yes, or no. Or these people ever cast members on Saturday Night Live now Mason is going to know more of these in Gregor J. So I'm gonna Mason go last. So Greg you go first. Okay. All right. Julia Louis Dreyfus was yes. And the cash J no Mace break the tie. Yes. She was. Yes, she was two years at and they wouldn't give her good skit. They were left. They been Brad hall. They're exactly they were dark years for Saturday Night Live. All right. Gregg, Marc Maron who is a comedian. Who has the the number one podcast that doesn't fit him? No, no J. Yeah. No, you're going. No, man. Yeah. No. No is the correct answer. He interviewed twice with one Michaels. Then couple years ago had Lauren on his podcast. Do you? Remember, even interviewing me and learn goes, I don't but I see like the mayor and said he just didn't click with Lorne Michaels. So Mason is podcast and he's great on the TV series glowing. Netflix. Okay, greg. Larry David was he ever did he ever work at NO does that count? When he what he was doing way would have to appear on something. Well, he appeared a fun. John cast member, right. Not a guest host to casper. I guess it was like it. Just a guest star. Ladies kind of comes in every once in a while. I've that doesn't count. All right. Memory play. Bernie sanders. That counts then. Yes. Okay. J F it counts. Yes. If the Bernie Sanders thing counts. Yeah. No. It's a cast member on SNL. He was not again. No going. No, the answer is I'll let you guys decide the answer is he was a writer who appeared in multiple skits. But he was never in the open. But here's the funny thing. Do you guys? Remember the Seinfeld episode where George gets fired he loses it at his boss. He gets fired right on a Friday. And then just shows up to work on Monday. Like nothing happened. Right. That was Larry the idea came Larry David was on us and L. They wouldn't put any of his skits on the show. He went in cursed out. Lord, Lorne Michaels said I f- in quit stormed out and Monday. He just came back like thing happened and learn let him stay. Oh, that's crazy. Have you guys credit for that? Greg has he did your way? Bernie sanders. Yeah. I was at one thousand nine hundred Bernie when I was there. All right, Greg. Jim Carey was he ever SNL J? I yes, I think he was right maze. No, he was on living color that Iraq is on in living color. So Greg James Kerry, by the way. Jim Belushi John's brother, Greg. Yes. Or no. Who? Yes, J. No mace. Yes. For four years. Yeah. He was on the show. I actually almost as long as John robbery eagle, Greg who. Now does the skits on FOX, rob Riggle? No J. No may snow a whole year. Really? Yeah. He was a cast member. Wow. Okay. For downtime. Four more Louis. C K. Greg was Louis C K ever cast member you're going. No J. No, steve. We would have heard about it. And not in a good way. I will say, no, no, it's great dancer. He has guest hosted it twice, Sarah Silverman. Greg, Sarah Silverman. Who's a great comedian? Now see her being on there for like a year. So yes, J D..

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