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"harrington" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:33 min | 2 months ago

"harrington" Discussed on WTOP

"Former Maryland state senator David Harrington is dead. He recently served as president of the prince George's county Chamber of Commerce, Harrington was 68 and stepped down from the job earlier this year. During his career Harrington also served as mayor of bladensburg and prince George's county council president, county executive Angela also Brooks writes she is heartbroken to learn of Harrington's death, calling him a dedicated public servant and a true friend in the community The chair of the prince George's county school board remains on the job while she appeals state board of education charges that could lead to her removal. She is charged with incompetency, willful neglect of duty and misconduct in office, but by the time the legal process is resolved, she might not be in the chair anymore. Well, I need a Miller's administrative law hearing is scheduled to begin November 28th, about 6 months after the state board issued charges aimed at removing her from office. The roughly one and a half week long trial will take a break in the middle and then rap right before Christmas. But that's only if the judge rules in her favor on a request for summary decision in late October, even if he does in December the new school board will be able to pick its own chair, meaning that if this goes to trial, she might not even be the board chair once her trial concludes. Now the state board could still move to remove her from office even if the judge rules in her favor, that decision probably won't come before next year. John Doe in WTO P news. You've seen him and cop shows like blue Bloods, True Detective and the wire, but actor Jim clock also moonlights as a sheriff's deputy in Stafford county, Virginia. Jim produced his first documentary, the thin black line about being African American law enforcement with the current unrest. Marcia ferranto of the national law enforcement officers museum says Jim clock team with Chris Cassidy and Chris canele to create the museum documentary service and sacrifice, remembering officers Anthony DIA and Stephen Williams. You here Anthony talk to the dispatch. His final words. Steve employs very much a leader in law enforcement. And his life was cut short. The museum will host a free open House on October 1st. We had a driving simulator, the participant can do a high speed pursuit. Find out more in WTO V dot com. Jason for AEW to be news. Money news at 25 and 55, let's get to Steve Dresden. And Sean day one of the fed's two day meeting schedule wrapping up in yes. There was plenty of unstable feelings on Wall Street. Ahead of tomorrow's decision on a possible rate increase by the fed at the closing Bill, the Dale fell three 13, the S&P 500 was off 43 in the NASDAQ was off one O 9 and talk about losses today. Ford motors reported that it suffered its worst trading day in more than 11 years. Shares of Ford closed at just over $13 a share down 12.3%. The automaker lost roughly 7 billion off its market value today. Honest tea cofounder Seth Goldman, who sold his Bethesda based brand to Coca-Cola, has started a new company called eat the change. And Goldman has given us a small sample of what his new line of tease will kind of taste like. Just iced tea brand will launch at the end of the year, Goldman says some of the new flavors to look out for will include a blend of black tea and lemonade and herbal tea blend and a green tea mixed with honey. Coke plans to completely phase out the honest tea brand by the end of the year. Steve dresner, WTO news. Money news brought to you by tropical smoothie cafe. Tropical smoothie cafe is teaming up with no kid hungry to give $1 from every sunshine smoothie to help feed kids. Sip it forward today. Only a tropical smoothie cafe terms and conditions apply. The special master that was suggested by the Trump team is not getting so much cooperation from the former president's lawyers. We'll talk about that ahead. 5 27. Meet Stanley irk, the president and CEO of novavax, why innovative COVID-19 vaccine maker novavax calls Montgomery county home. Sponsored by the Montgomery county economic development corporation. I will tell you the same thing. It's the workforce is the most important part of the company. And that's what we have. We can attract people here. It's a great place to live, to raise kids, good schools, and just nice housing opportunities throughout the state. Listen to the entire discussion

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Liz Harrington: We're Living in a Third-World Country

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Liz Harrington: We're Living in a Third-World Country

"You tell us about Trump world in response to what happened to Mar-a-Lago? Well, I think it's much like the reaction of the country. I mean, what country are we living in? This is now third world. This is so beyond the pale. It's crossing a Rubicon that has never been crossed before. And everyone is looking at this and saying, this is not the way a constitutional republic behaves. And quite frankly, I think it's because it's not. It's no longer being taken. And the American people are not going to sit idly by and let it be taken. We respond in a way that I think they're not expecting, which the thing is, they, to do this, to take this step, which is making us a third world country. For an innocent man, the greatest president in our lifetime far beyond who's done nothing wrong who has been under political persecution for 7 years now in all different jurisdictions and all venues that they can not find any system because he's totally innocent, all he's ever done is fight for the country. So to take this step, not against just him, but against the most powerful political movement, I think they're miscalculating because this is waking up even more people

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No Adequate Rationale Can Be Given for This Raid on Mar-A-lago

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | 3 months ago

No Adequate Rationale Can Be Given for This Raid on Mar-A-lago

"Very interesting conversation with Liz Harrington following up on equally interesting conversation yesterday. With Trump lawyer Christina bob, and I think I'm struck listening to both those women about their just sense of incredulity. That this is happening in America, a raid on not just a former president. That would be like rating George W. Bush's home. Trump remains the leading figure in the Republican Party. He is the most likely contender for 2024. And all of that makes what's happening even more ominous. You've got an regime in which Biden, who ran against Trump in 2020 and might run against Trump in 2024 going after Trump by having the DoJ having his thugs having his police force. Raid Trump's house. Now, it takes a special Trump derangement not to see that this is out of line. Especially since no adequate rationale has been supplied. I mean, if you're waiting for a press conference in which Biden and Kamala Harris say, listen, we came up with this new information. There's a gray, violation of law, and we were forced to take action and take action now and not just take action now, but take action in this way. It would not have been enough for us to demand the return of these documents. It would not be enough to go through normal processes. We had to send people with long guns. None of this was even happened. No rationale has really been supplied. There have been these vague references to the archives and classified information. And again, you have to be, you know, almost nuts. Just think that that's a reasonable justification. I mean, just Trump himself pointed out that Hillary Clinton, you know, deleted an ass and washed 33,000 emails after those emails were subpoenaed by Congress. Think about that.

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Liz Harrington Shares Her Assessment of the Republican Party

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Liz Harrington Shares Her Assessment of the Republican Party

"My question is, how do you read the, you know, if we're going to beat the Democrats, we have to do it with the Republicans. There's no other way to do it. There's no other party to look to. My question is, give us a your assessment of the Republican Party, what needs to happen, is there a schism between the kind of maga wing of the Republican Party and the establishment does the one have to take over the other. Where do you see this going? Well, I think that disconnect is kind of similar. It's people that have kind of just been very comfortable within the system. A system that is status quo that's very corrupt. And that is not beholden to the people. And so where there's so much unity, though, is within the party. The actual voters, the people in these states, I mean, the power of president Trump's endorsement is so strong because he speaks for the people and he has a real pulse on where the people and all these various states and all these various positions are. So we are unified, but it's so interesting to know because you bring up there is this more comfort level to kind of talk about hunter's laptop or talk about the censorship or these other issues which are huge and go at the heart of the attacks on our First Amendment and everything else. But why not talk about the issue that made the raid possible? There's no raid if you have a free and fair election. There's no border wide open, all these things. Inflation, there's none of that. If we have a free and fair election, that's what we have to talk about and fix because and that's where I think they're very protective of.

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Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington Shares Reactions of the Trump Team

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington Shares Reactions of the Trump Team

"I'm back with Liz herrington spokesperson for Donald Trump. We're talking about the raid on Mar-a-Lago and the aftermath and the implications. Liz, what can you tell us about the reaction of Mar-a-Lago staff, the Trump family, president Trump himself? I mean, I can only envision the sea. Now, of course, I know that the trumps weren't there. They were perhaps in New Jersey, but here you've got the staff at Mar-a-Lago, you've got all these people showing up, you see, you can see in the photos or in the videos the long rifles they have, and it must have been a surreal scene for the people at Mar-a-Lago. What's your take on what how they responded? Just on to the immediacy of it. It's just, I think it's shock and disgust and disdain and just it is surreal. It's where are we? Is this United States? This can't be. And I think it's quite shocking. And you're right, no one was no one was there. Because it's closed for the season. Really, it's just a limited number of staff. I haven't been down there. So many of our staff did had any idea, this was going on because, you know, no one's there. So to show up like this with the full force and defined out when you're not at home, I mean, maybe it's better that he wasn't at home because it's just so sad. So disgusting what our country is doing, but that's what I think it's surreal. It's this is not the United States. And we can not allow this corruption to continue. That's the thought process, at least in my mind.

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Liz Harrington Offers an Insider Perspective on the FBI Raid

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Liz Harrington Offers an Insider Perspective on the FBI Raid

"The ramifications of the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago continued to reverberate across America and I'm really delighted to have Liz Harrington spokesperson for Donald Trump joining me on the podcast. So I do want to mention that Liz has been just dogged on the issue of election integrity. She's been a great friend of 2000 mules. I want to acknowledge that and express my appreciation, hey Liz, welcome to the podcast. It's great to have you. We were just saying a moment ago the craziness goes on and on and on. Is this the nuttiest thing you've seen yet? Dinesh, thank you so much for having me. It is so shocking. And I was just, you know, expressing to you, you know these things are kind of coming. I mean, you don't just steal an election in such a brazen way for nothing, right? You're playing for keys and but it's still shocking, it just shocks at the core because it's not who our country is. It's not how our people are and the disconnect between where the country is on both sides of the aisle, the rank and file, just the normal average everyday American and the corrupt powers that are pretending to be in control of our great country has never been greater and I think that's drawing them to make these brazen actions. They know. I mean, the work you've done with true the vote also was such a big, I think, breakthrough. The work continues and it's not just about that issue, which I think it's been the issue that I've been on. It's an issue that president Trump is not going to give up on because if you don't have, it's just so fundamental.

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Who Can Be Trusted in the MAGA Movement With Peter Navarro

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Who Can Be Trusted in the MAGA Movement With Peter Navarro

"An organization out there that is maga or is America first? Or do we have to create one? Because the clock is ticking Peter. I told the boss in this article put Liz Harrington or Johnny Mac and T in charge of that, give them the power to hire and fire and clean that frig out. I mean, you can use the place, but you got to get rid of all the rhinos never trumpers, and those trumpism without Trump. People. It's a bad thing. It needs to do something about it. I had a bad, bad feeling about it when I saw it, all these people I'd never heard of, all these people who didn't stand out for maga, find out more. We're going to challenge Marc loader because he's been on the show a lot. We'll ask him about his comments about you, but in the meantime, taking and the boss. And the boss, taking back Trump's America, how we lost The White House and how will win it back. If you

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Jenna Ellis: The Power of the Trump Endorsement

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Jenna Ellis: The Power of the Trump Endorsement

"I have three takeaways and I want to get your thoughts on each one My first takeaway from last night The power of the Trump endorsements profound He doesn't win them all I mean nobody does It's not be ridiculous Nobody's going to win The way the radio endorsements people No one's going to win them all But he's percentage is ridiculously high But there are a lot of candidates who don't get his endorsement Kemp last night Nancy mace congresswoman who I'm candidly not a huge fan of It's not personal It's just their politics She seems like a very nice lady But that was not the Trump chosen candidate Katie Harrington down there And Nancy mace one And I think the lesson your thoughts on this is that you can run this kind of a non Trump candidate but you can't run against them Once you run against them like Tom rice did in South Carolina this whole Trump sucks thing That's it It's over Johnny Yeah I completely agree And Trump is the ultra maga kingmaker and his endorsements are incredibly solid And when you look at what happened in Pennsylvania with Doug master and I was leading by 20 points and then ended up with close to 45% of the vote in Pennsylvania when the establishment GOP was trying to coalesce against him at the last minute And that's just not going to happen And so I agree with you that president Trump is very strategic in his endorsements and there are reasons that he's not endorsing people like Kemp who of course he rightly hates for what's gone on in Georgia But so he's being strategic about them but the ones that he doesn't endorse that ultimately do win I think are for reasons beyond just his endorsement And that's not a takeaway that you can run against Trump and be successful

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"harrington" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"harrington" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"The lasting benefits of getting comfortable with discomfort by Jay Harrington of life and whim dot com. I woke in a tent a bit disoriented, and my attention immediately fixated on my feet. Is the morning of day two of what was to be a four day, 43 mile hike through pictured rocks national lakeshore. Three friends and I had carefully planned the journey. We had enough food, clothing, tents, and supplies to get us through. We had the means to filter the Lake Superior water we'd need to stay hydrated. But as is often the case when planning for an outdoor adventure, a small mistake I made had big implications for my comfort level during the trip, at the last minute, I decided to wear a different pair of shoes, and I had originally intended. Instead of wearing lightweight trail running shoes, I opted for an old high top pair of hiking boots, how about chronically weak angle, often injured from multiple sprains over the years, and I was worried about rolling it while hiking the trail and being a burden to my Friends. There's no easy way out of the trail if you get injured. The hiking boots provided good ankle support, but they did a number on my feet. After clambering out of the tent that morning, I surveyed the damage. It was clear to me just a few miles into the first day of the hike that I was going to have, blister problems, and blister problems are obviously painful, but their manageable, the problem was that the blisters that were forming on my heels were causing me to change my gate, leading to an unnatural foot strike on the balls of my feet, this resulted in deep, painful stone bruises developing on the balls of my feet. As we resuscitated our campfire from the night before, made coffee and cooked breakfast, my only option was pretty clear. Pull the boots back on and get comfortable with the idea of being uncomfortable for a few days. 11 miles later we reached our second campsite and quickly set up our tents. During the day's hike we had the chance.

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Liz Harrington, Trump Spokesperson, on Fixing Our Broken Election System

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Liz Harrington, Trump Spokesperson, on Fixing Our Broken Election System

"And we're back with Liz hankton one on one. All right, you reminded me. Here's the really big question Liz. Let's talk about last November. He warned us my old boss president Trump said 80 million ballots are you crazy? That's how you steal an election and he was a clearly proven right. So what's happened in the last 11 months? We have regular guests on this show who have been fighting hard like you have. So whether it's Rudy Giuliani, Bernie Carrick, whether it's a Jenna Ellis, or my body, Bruce Epstein, but really, look, and I'm not a lawyer. I'm not a political professional like you. But my understanding, it's the states. It's the four battleground states where they stop the vote count where the president's lead was magically reversed when they started the vote count again. All states that had a GOP legislature is the fix in a good sense. Is it being fixed? What else is left to do? And is the GOP up to the jobless of stopping the Democrats next time? That's the big question. And I think some good things have happened, but not enough. And it's really kind of two part, right? And this is kind of why it's ridiculous to say, oh, just look to the future. You can't just look to the future if you don't fix what happened in 2020 because it'll happen again, it will happen on a more massive scale if there's no accountability. So one thing I really want to see. And there have been a couple Texas passed a bill. It's usually a good sign of Democrats flee your state. If they run away, they run away and hide before a vote. It means you're probably doing the right thing. That's a very good metric, please. You're right. So I'm happy about what Texas did. They really should have had an audit though because I mean, let's not kid ourselves. I mean, president Trump won that state by a huge amount. But there's cheating there too. And the real problem is they keep the goalposts to make it kind of acceptable because they're planning ahead of how they're going to cheat. So they did it in Georgia. They say, oh, this could be a toss up, you know, Democrats might have, oh, this could be trending purple. That's a very long view plan of what they're doing in getting these corrupt consent agreements in changing the rules in manipulating the voting process. That game plan is also a foot in Texas. Texas is not trending blue. It is redder than ever. But they need to make sure that the cheating, which I believe a lot of it has to do with the voter registration

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What Is the Balance of Power Between MAGAs and RINOs? Liz Harrington Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 1 year ago

What Is the Balance of Power Between MAGAs and RINOs? Liz Harrington Explains

"At least, I've got to ask you the big question I asked all of my mega patriots when they come on this show. What is the balance of power between the good guys like yourself and the president and the America first movement the maga movement and The Old Guard, the rhino Republican establishment we saw this shocking news? What was it 8 days ago that we had 88 zero members of the GOP vote to support a bill that would create a federal vaccine database of Americans? So not a good sign or how is the balance of power right now, Liz? Well, it's an interesting question because the real power they don't have much. The elites in Washington, the uni party, whatever you want to call it. The real powers with the people. And it's with president Trump. It's with real patriots. And we do have a handful of them that fight very hard in Washington. It's pretty tough thing to do sometimes. But we did have at least the house on the one hand recently, all stand together and not go along with Mitch McConnell's total sellout of our party in the negotiations with the debt ceiling extension. So we did have everybody stick together in the house. You can't say the same in the Senate. But so there's always going to be that struggle. And that's why president Trump continues to call them out, because they're doing really disastrous things for our country. They're helping Democrats transform our country into something that it was never intended to be. And so we have to continue to put the pressure on them and president Trump is going to continue to call out Mitch McConnell and the need to get new leadership. And I think we'll see who holds the real power next year. And we'll see who remains in leadership who where the direction of the party goes. For now, they're clinging to it. They're working in lockstep with a lot of these Democrats, they're cutting side deals, and they're doing nothing to stop. Some of these radical judges that are in an appointments that are going through. But I think the real power will be shown next

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"harrington" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"The model for the future, especially in divided states like Virginia because it was a very delicate dance that Glenn youngkin did in the president's interaction was also clearly very, very strategic. There was no big Trump rally in Richmond. There was that teleconference kind of endorsement, and then he came on our show and he pirouetted around the issue of magus. So, you know, I couldn't get young kid to say maga on my radio show. He said, let's make Virginia a great again. So is that model? Is that one of the likely options for how you're going to endorse other candidates in the future? Well, every state is different, right? And every candidate is different and they've different strengths and weaknesses. I mean, I certainly think he could have embraced president Trump more. However, we're talking about parts of Northern Virginia, which, you know, they put Kathy tran in by 19 points. She's the one who put the abortion after birth Bill. But then at the same time, a sponsoring bills to protect caterpillars. I mean, these are radical, far left people who are in Northern Virginia now. It's become an extension of the beltway. So it's a very different state than say, you know, Ohio or Florida, all these other different states. So the approach is always going to be different, but the issues are what matters. And again, president Trump our movement is issue based. I always like to say, you know, when the media makes it all about personality, the personality is a bonus. It's really the issues, it's common sense. It's fundamentals. It's make America great again. It's what our country stands for. It's keeping it America, not transforming it into some awful dystopian Marxist future that what the Democrats want. So if you embrace those issues, you're going to win. Everyone has a different style. Everyone has a different tactic. But if you embrace the America first agenda and Donald J Trump's movement, you can't go wrong. How is the president's mood you're in touch with him every day? Give us a little bit of a sense of how he's doing. Last time I saw him in New York, he was in fine form, still very angry about November. How's he doing now, is? He's good. He's really good. You know, he's obviously very concerned about the country and can't even believe some of the things that are happening. Right now, but he's really a forever optimist. I think he's always gets up every day and things. What can we do? Where can we go? How can we push different issues forward? And so he's just got so much energy. So his spirits are good. Going into the holidays, I think it's a time of reflecting where we were a year ago, and then now a year later, so there's a lot of that going on. But I think next year is going to be very exciting and I think he's ready for it and he's always ready to fight for the country. Well, we tried to tease it out of him when he came on our show recently, everyone asked him where are you going to announce the answer is always the same. We're going to make an announcement and I think you'll be very, very happy. I think we know what that means. We're talking to president Trump's spokesperson Liz Harrington follow her right now at real Liz USA..

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Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington Explains the State of Play for America First and MAGA Forces

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington Explains the State of Play for America First and MAGA Forces

"What is the state of play when it comes to America first and maga forces almost one year into this disastrous new administration? Well, first and foremost, I think it has been really such a vindication of president Trump and America first policies. We see exactly what happens when you abandon them. And the country's in a really sad state. And I'm glad you played that audio because really that is our mindset going forward and it has to be because this country's too precious to let it just be taken over by a bunch of commies. I mean, we can't let this happen. And that's why we continue to fight. That's why we continue to expose what happened in the last election and make sure it doesn't happen again. So I think our movement is growing. I mean, I don't know if you saw the latest poll that Boston Harold wrote it up 22%, one Joe Biden to run for reelection, certainly sounds like 81 million votes to me. I mean, it's such a joke. You don't go from 81 million votes most in history to 22% want you to run again. And I think that really exposes the illegitimacy of Biden and Harris and the consequences of that illegitimacy is really moving even more people over to our movement for just they want common sense back. They want lower gas prices. They want a workable enforceable border. They want a strong military. They don't want to see what happened in Afghanistan. They don't want to see China taking over everything and everything else. So our movement is very strong going into next year, but we have to make sure that the country survives the next

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UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

"A long serving member of the British parliament was stabbed to death David Amos was meeting with constituents at a church when he was stabbed I think everybody was deeply shocked and saddened heart stricken prime minister Boris Johnson says part of the reason for the shock is that Amos was so well liked above all he was one of the kindest nicest most gentle people in politics but he also had an outstanding record of passing laws to help the most vulnerable a twenty five year old man was arrested at the scene chief constable Ben Julian Harrington says counter terrorism officers are leading this case it will be for investigators to determine whether or not this is a terrorist incident but as always I will keep an open mind Amos was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in twenty fifteen for his service becoming Sir David I'm at Donahue

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"harrington" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"The truth the whole truth. Nothing but the truth. That's dr jeez specialty. America first and we're back with liz hangs in one on one Last thing i'm gonna ask you. What is your message concretely to those who knocked on doors for president trump donated to the campaign or just believe or maybe maybe democrats who came around and said. Oh my gosh. That's amazing. I'm going to vote for him. And they voted for him in twenty twenty because they saw what he'd done for america but now think well that was pointless. The swamp defeated him. And i don't even if my vote is worth or i should have volunteer again. What's your message to them. Loose harrington it is not worthless and it's not over there with we're gonna save our country we we have to keep fighting for it. We have to keep exposing the fraud. We have to keep the faith and we have to keep getting involved in your local races in your local school. Boards doesn't matter if they say you're mesic terrorists like if they want us to be silent and they want us to be demoralized because people like that are a lot easier to control. And that's what they want and they want to transform this country into communism that's clearly what's happening and it really comes down to personal agency and ever and you cannot give up the faith you cannot give up the fight either it. It is not in vain. And like i said if all these people are knock on doors and go out and vote we would've never exposed so much. Yes there's more to be done we have to. I mean right now. We have a one party system of state run media right now. It's so hard to break through but we can change that we still have the first amendment. We have to continue to get the word out just with your neighbors and everyone else. we are the majority. They they want us to think otherwise they are the minority and out but then allowed the we are that silent majority and maybe it's time for the a little bit louder these days and don't get discouraged. Keep fighting keep working keep exposing an put pressure on these these politicians who aren't doing anything that's the key i think because we we have to have these people in the middle really. I don't know if i should say no. We need good men to start doing something. If we're gonna save our country and president trump is one of those good men he's gonna tend to continue to fight and we just need everybody to keep fighting the austin this when he came on this show is he ever gonna give up and we have that cup. It's an amazing cut. We should play that cup. But in but in the meantime god bless you for doing what you do you are one of the. The red is because you do speak the truth. Every time.

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Will We Be Able to Trust Trump's Personnel in 2024?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Will We Be Able to Trust Trump's Personnel in 2024?

"Had traitorous literally traitorous seditionists in the building at ranks above. My rank was a deputy to the president. We had chiefs of staff like john kelly. It's it's disgusting that he was a marine. But we have people like john. Kelly vincent and others who are actively sabotaging president trump. It is my contention and we're not going to mention names. Hits a little bit too early for that that president trump is already surrounded or still surrounded by some of the wrong people who gave him bad advice and are just there for the money and selfish reasons during the last four years talk to our millions of listeners. Liz what can we do about that in. A how confident are you that we will have a trust worthy america first bench if we can stop the fraud and he wins again and he gets a second term so i think he openly admits the when he's asked you know what's the best thing you did was the worst and he says personnel some not very. Yeah and i think in i think he he knows that and There were some good ones too though. We gotta remember that. But for the record the fact that he achieved what he adjacent with members of his cabinet working against him. Truly i mean you know you you you thank the good lord every night but we can't do that again this right and honestly so some of these people though you at least they had me fooled some of these people swamp i mean it you had no idea and the one good thing. There's not many the silver lining about what happened in. November is kind of a dividing and people came out of the woodwork. Yeah really exposed people's true colors and what they actually believe and if they don't actually believe in it so i think that's benefit shaw. And now we can. Just ask be point late. Like joe biden get eighty one million votes. Yeah

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Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington and Sebastian Discuss Trump's 2024 Presidential Run

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington and Sebastian Discuss Trump's 2024 Presidential Run

"President trump's spokesperson. Liz harrington let's talk about. Let's talk about your boss. I saw him. What was it two two and a half months ago. He asked me to come to trump town new york. We talked about election fraud. Great to see him you know. He's behind closed doors. He is like when you see him in the stadium with sixty thousand people. People always ask me. What's he really liked. Well what did you think you've seen him in real life. that's how he is. He's genuine but he was pissed. He was angry every right to be angry. Because of what happened in november. You talked to him regularly. How is his mood today. And you can't say on the record angus eight on the record when before i went to see him in new york said ninety five percent chance. He's running now. I would say ninety nine point nine percent chance i think the the announcement will be imminent. I presume you too well as he likes to say. I think you'll be very happy with the houses mood. He's good Obviously you know like the arizona audit results come out and you had the mainstream media just completely lying about. That's makes you angry makes me angry. But no he's

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Why Marsha Blackburn Is a Lone Voice of Clarity and Courage

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Why Marsha Blackburn Is a Lone Voice of Clarity and Courage

"Maybe we're going to remember you. Three is the three that broke the military incredible words. Every time i play. I'm just thankful that we have some patriots. A handful left on capitol hill. That is tennessee's marsha blackburn the senator who maybe is one of the most courageous and outspoken. Telling mark. milley the centcom commander in the sector of defense that you the guys probably broke united states on forces and we are honored to have her with us today senator blackburn. Welcome back to america. I i am so happy to join you. Thank you so much for having me. I want to go straight to the meat of the matter. Why is it so few of your colleagues. Just get to the heart of the issue the way you do. I i kind of of inspiration as i was watching you live. I sold the on on the tv footage. And it said marsha blackburn senator since twenty nine nineteen nine. And i thought well maybe that's it because she's still a citizen. She's not a politician. She tells the truth. So do you have any explanation as to why you're such a you know a lone voice of clarity and courage. Oh i tell you i just. This is my calling in life. I got up every day. Work to defend face family freedom and opportunity and i feel like i truly believe heartbreaker always told us that freedoms does not get passed along in the bloodstream. It is up to every single generation to fight for it reserve it and pass it on free to the next generation. So that is my calling and that is what i focused on every day

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"harrington" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Three three three three four six seven five two first guest of the day delighted to have her without she is none other than donald. J trump my old boss president trump's spokesperson. Liz harrington welcome to america. I wold faulting. Thanks for having me. Follow this lady right now at real liz. Usa what a great moniker on twitter real usa. Liz the man who silently bears the title of president is On capitol hill seems the build back. Better plan isn't working so good so How desperate is he that he's dead today and does he have a shot of pushing this abortion of a travesty across the line. Well you got that right. It's absolutely a travesty. We allow either of these monstrosities to pass you know. It must be bad if they're dragging him out of delaware out of the basement outta the fake white house set wherever kingpin yelm these days. You know it's bad if biden's going over there But people cannot rest easy and these. I cannot overstate this enough either. Terrible bills that are designed to destroy the country as we know it is totally. Transformational is is absolutely terrible and we can't let it happen. You know this whole debate between three point. Five trillion in one point five trillion. Okay both our way too much money for one in this economy. But more importantly it's what the bills do. We revitalize the way our country Our constitutional republic the way it run. Its trying to transform into socialists. Communists welfare and we can't let that happen when they accuse conservatives of the big lie isn't the real big lie that they say whether it's one two three four five or six trillion liz. They tell us it's going to cost zero and this is. This is so stunning. I mean they save with the straight. Now there you're not allowed to say pregnant women it's pregnant people. Three and a half trillion dollars is actually zero dollars We have to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated. All of these things. Don't make any sense. And that's what communist do they rewrite the language they push forward lies. The biggest lie of all obviously is that joe buying got eighty one million votes. We know that isn't true but all of this is such an attack on truth and attack on the very foundation of our country and they do it every single bag on this. Are you telling me that. I'm gonna use the phrase. They learned today. A desiccated senile. Old freak. who stayed in his basement. Got didn't get more votes than the first black president. Is that what you're saying to me loose so amazing that you had the entire mainstream media all of it coming out and saying oh joe biden won audit results just Confirmed maricopa county by the way that hasn't voted democrat since nineteen forty eight but the one who would make history again was the guy who never left the basement and couldn't fill fixer at a campaign rally when he did. That's where the crazy one. They say they are. And they're pushing propaganda. The life for an illegitimate rushing to prop him up. While they're destroying the country by the way would start digging into this election fraud which is not going away. This movement is growing. The movement to decertify is full steam ahead starting with arizona. The medium start covering it wouldn't be reading in the wall street journal how they're complaining about two trillion and tax hike to five trillion in spending well. This everything they're doing is illegitimate. So why don't you go to the source which started on november third or so allow millions of listeners across the nation from los angeles to new york and streaming at ramble. Don't come what do people who haven't been closely following. It need to know the truth about the arizona audits. And what can we expect. Imminently from your boss mild boss when it comes to the texas olga audit liz. Yeah absolutely so i. We just put out a statement. President trump applauding lieutenant governor dan patrick and taxes for helping move their effort in the state it for a full forensic audit which we have to do. It's not just a swing state that we saw stopped the count and did what they did after the election with mail in ballots prop joe biden dragging across the finish line. It wasn't just there if you look at all. The anomalies texas has big questions. We taxes. Big but i think we want it by even more and there's no harm in checking so we have a good statement now. President trump is all over it and then arizona. I mean this is just reinforces why we need all. It's in every state. People need confidence in their election systems. The media's lying about this they're saying that it reconfirmed The recount a recount. It wouldn't audit no matter how many times you count the same stuff bal ballot-box you're going to get the same results. The problem is how many tens of thousands of ballots should have never been counted in the first place. We got twenty three thousand people people who moved the they had mail in ballots cast in their name from their prior address. Who voted those votes seventy thousand duplicates many of which surge in came in after election day. This is the state they claim is decided by ten thousand or fifty seven votes. There's more than just the iceberg. There's hundreds of thousands of krupp images numbers. Don't add up in any of their election systems. And of course. They perched their general election data day before the audit began deleted. That's a federal crime. Their crimes that were committed in arizona and the attorney general's already sent a notice in the maricopa county board of supervisors telling them they have to preserve all the evidence from twenty twenty election. So there's more to come there. We've only got a minute and a half left. Follow this lady onto the at real liz. usa. She's a truce tell us she's a warrior for freedom. The website is donald. J trump dot com. What happens then if there is a push to define what scenario is president trump working with after that phase. We have to see what happens in the pressure is there. We have republicans in the house and the senate move already come on board. We need to primary anyone who doesn't get on board because the evidence is clear. And so what happens next criminal investigations. People need to be held accountable. Because if we don't fix this if we don't have accountability for stealing votes and fraudulent ballots. I mean you had ballots counted mail and with no signature. That's just on its fate fraud that takes away over vote of someone who stood in line and voted in the november election. So we need prosecutions need pressure politically which we have on the grassroots level and these other states. You have georgia damning evidence. There's an investigation of just started in another county because forty three thousand mailer. Dallas from top boxes have no chain of custody again. A state decided by eleven thousand votes. We cannot have this in america or just have to say. It is a breath of fresh air to hear such canda spoken.

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The Founder of Planned Parenthood Was a Eugenicist

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Founder of Planned Parenthood Was a Eugenicist

"Have you asked yourself. Why is it that planned. Parenthood clinics are disproportionately located in high density minority areas. Why could it be pachon. Because the founder of planned parenthood margaret sanger in whose name awards are given out each year one of which was received by hillary clinton yes. She's a proud margaret sanger award recipient. Could it have anything to do with the fact that she was a eugenicist. Don't take my word for it. Look at what she said about the enfeebled of mind and those not fit to live or to breed especially the poll black community. She was such use geneticists. Such a hateful murderous bigot. That hitler himself. This scene is one of the most chilling scenes in our friend. My colleague nesta sousa's death of a nation where he reenacted and read had reenacts actors read the latter. Adolf hitler wrote to the leadership of the national socialist. German workers party that is the full name of the nazi party. Let me just one more time. National socialist workers party of germany that he wrote them a letter. Instructing of the leadership of the nazi party to congratulate margaret. Sanger on her clear thinking and eugenicist starts.

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Let's Talk About the Black Abortion Rate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Let's Talk About the Black Abortion Rate

"Have witnessed more than sixty million children murdered in the womb since roe v wade almost half of them a black now just a little bit of math there since the black population of america is less than fifteen percent and almost half of the more than sixty million children aborted killed in the womb. Black means that the abortion rates. Aw white supremacy not just the figures alone the massively disproportionate number of black children who were killed in the womb. Is that amazing post. I'd love to know who paid for it. The went up in new york. The most dangerous place for black child in new york is in her mother's womb devastating statement of truth.

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"harrington" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Calm. I'm Michael Harrington. Witnesses san explosion targeting a Taliban vehicle in the provincial city of Jalalabad, the second such deadly blast and the spending days in an Isis stronghold. The Taliban and Isis are enemies and fought each other even before the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan last month, witnesses say this morning's blast targeted a vehicle of the border police now run by the Taliban. At least five people were killed. It's called the for the People Act. But as far as Heritage Foundation legal fellow Zack Smith is concerned the House voting rights legislation does nothing for voters, Smith says, in order to avoid cheating one of the goals of the legislation States should be able to make sure voter registration rolls are up to date H R one and again, Some of the other resolutions that been proposed in Congress would do it would again prohibit states from using certain databases to check the accuracy of their voter registration rolls. And it would also require states to allow same day voter registration. It's unclear what the fact that what the fate of the act will be in the Senate. The national average for a gallon of regular guests, up again two cents the $3.19 according to Triple A that ties early August peaks and matches a seven year high. The auto group says much of the rise is due to impacts from hurricanes Ida and Nicholas on oil and refinery production. Approximately 30% of crude production in the Gulf of Mexico remains shuttered. Around the country, the highest price found in California at $4.39 a gallon. The cheapest pump price was in Texas at $2.80. Rhonda roster reporting. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center If something new to keep an eye on Tropical Storm Peter Farm this morning over the Atlantic Ocean at last check is about 600 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands. More on these stories of town hall. Com. Listener that stands out that I worked with was this older couple that was interested in refinancing. They reached out to a few different lenders. Their credit wasn't the best. I know some of these other bigger banks. You just won't hear back from them, which I cannot stand. Not everybody has the 7 80 credit scores and just because you don't qualify one time doesn't mean that you'll never qualified. I'll walk you through what you have to do, whether it's 236 months from now, back, then an older couple we worked with them for months and months.

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"harrington" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Revision Path

"I gonna be able to just roam the world again. Feel safe it safe to the extent of being like black masculine presenting. We're woman on this. Earth is the safest we feel anyway. I will admit this but if you see me in person. I'm not done on engaging in it in person. I'm not a lebron hater but a this career on slightly obsessed with how long is gonna play in the nba. It's not even like vince. Carter right like we're was like he's old he might go in for like five minutes do a dunk and they can see them kind of limping off the court he's done. Lebron is still playing as like the centerpiece of the team. Going into what thirty five thirty six psalm. Kind of obsessed with like what. That moment is going to be when he really like. Is that gonna come. I mean he's he's conditioned his body so well and i think he's obsessed with proving to people that he can still do it. But i'm kind of as an avid basketball fan. I'm kind of obsessed with the goes. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing. I think i'll still be doing similar work. I don't know. I mean. I have great interest in doing more like civic technology. Fellowships were taking a year focusing on a project. This is outside of the academic institution like the walls of the academic aestheticians or consulting with folks that are thinking about larger scale problems. I think that that's kind of the next direction. That i feel like i want to go in at some. I don't know what capacity that's gonna look like. Because i said i tend to let the work leave me but i would love to do a fellowship. Yeah some type of fellowship. Doubt was focused on the larger scale that was dealing with digital access equity someone. Well just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you about your work on line. So my personal website christine harrington dot me although it's not a main that flashy that that's where i keep updates of somewhat of data somewhat updated of my travel graham speaking in all my research projects the papers that published things like that you can always follow me on twitter at at a decker Always ranting about academia design through potomac rest productivity. Yeah i mean. I'm not really. I have pages on. Mike link dead stuff like that. I don't use them as much. But i'd say that those are the two places right. It sounds good. Well christina harrington. I wanna thank you so much for coming on the show. I know when we first met. Actually it was few years ago. We met a black and design which they are having again this year. So i think by the time this episode comes out. People will start hearing some of the advertisements around the events It'll be happening in october again. Virtually this year. It was just so good to talk with you. Learn about the work that you're doing around design equity your new role at carnegie mellon. I just feel that we're gonna hear so much more from you in these coming years about the work that you're doing because it's really super important. I think now that so much of our world has been driven online because of the pandemic in terms of interactions and just you know general socialization that a lot of the work. You're doing around design equity and stuff like that. It's going to be super important. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. thank you so much. This is really exciting. Big thanks dr christina and harrington and of course thanks to you for listening you can find out more about dr harrington and her work through the links in the show notes at provision path dot com and of course thanks to our wonderful sponsor brevity and wit wit strategy design firm committed to designing more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplish this through graphic design presentations and workshops around i d e a inclusion diversity equity accessibility. If you're curious to learn how to combine passion for id with design check them out at brevity and wit dot com brevity and win creative excellence without the grinds on the weekend of october eighth to the tenth joined the harvard graduate school of design virtually for the blackened design twenty twenty one conference. This theme black matter is a celebration of black space and creativity from the magical to the mundane there speakers performers and panelists will bring nuance to the trope of black excellence and acknowledged that urge political spatial and ecological crises facing black communities across the diaspora. You don't wanna miss out on this weekend of learning community and connection visit them online at black matter dot tv to learn more and be a part of the events support for revision. Path also comes from adobe max adobe max of the annual global creativity conference and it's going online this year october twenty six th through the twenty eighth. This is sure to be creative. Experience like no other plus. It's all free. Yep one hundred percents free with over twenty five hours of keynotes. Luminary speakers breakout sessions workshops musical performances and even a few celebrity appearances. It's going to be one. Stop shopping for your inspiration. Goals and creative tune-ups did i mentioned that. It's free explore over three hundred sessions across eleven tracks. Here from amazing speakers learn new creative skills all totally free and online this october to register head to max dot adobe dot com revision path is brought to you by lunch a multi disciplinary creative studio in atlanta. Georgia this podcast is created hosted and produced by me. Maurice cherry with engineering and editing. 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"harrington" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Revision Path

"So heavy in and feels pointless to be writing a journal article to be writing a conference paper and these are things that i like to do but there are some days lately. were just. Don't have the motivation of seeing a lot of names in all of these articles are talking about how black women in particular are just like we are collectively burnt out and i think it goes to earlier. The question you asked about like you know the things that have happened in the last year in terms of blank really intensify racial moments in. It's like.

"harrington" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Revision Path

"Equity and health innovations design research lab. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do all right. So i am christina harrington. All southern lack clear creative technologists have backgrounds in both engineering design. Amac tinkerer crafter inquisitive. You know how does this work inside mechanics. Logic type person right now. I am in the space of higher education academia assistant professor at mit computer interaction institute at carnegie mellon university pittsburgh and i teach kind of that intersection of design. And hci where we think about people and what people need when they engage a technology why people engaged with technology the way they do the ways that technology can better support black and brown folks. Folks dot may not have the infrastructure to interact with the newest coolest tech or gadgets or whatever but that could really benefit from tech being ubiquitous in their everyday lives. I'm a writer a little bit in terms of talking about design and figuring out ways to have these conversations about design outside of the walls of academia. We're gonna riding. You were one of the first people that we published our vision path when we did our recognized design anthology back in two thousand eighteen nineteen. Yeah yeah you scared me without. It's it's crazy because going to school. I was like it was almost like you were told you can either be really good at math and science or you can do like the whole the humanity side of things and i always wanted to write because i just felt like sometimes like expressing ideas is just as equally powerful through text as it is through sketching something and when i saw that revision path call. I was like. I'm just gonna jump out there and see what happens and i was super super super nervous. Which is crazy because i had done like a whole teaser. Tation conference proceeding papers in journal articles. But i was like. I really really really want to get into this anthology. I really wanna do. Writing kind of has a little bit more about voice in a little bit less like academic technical jargon very polished speech so it was really really cool. Thank you thank you for for submitting it. I mean we unfortunately we had to. I don't know if i mentioned this on the show. But i certainly had wrote about it. Unfortunately i kind of took a hiatus from recognize this year. The pandemic really sort of did a number on honestly like the number of people that were submitting which sort of made sense folks. Were just trying to survive out here. They weren't thinking about trying to you. Know sorta right stuff but then the things that we would get. People just wouldn't like right to the prompts. They'd right what they wanted to write like to give an example. The year that we did the first anthology theme was space. A lot of people wrote about nipsy hustle. And i'm not super familiar with nipsy us. I don't know if there's like a a space theme in his rap or anything. But i was like why so many people right stuff about nifty. Hustlers has nothing to do with space or maybe it does. I don't know yet. I was here. He pass i mean i'm hedging my anything about the if people are listening and want to clue me in. Please do because. I was like why by getting all these. It wasn't just that people were writing poems. People were submitting artwork. And i'm like no. I just i just need need. I don't need something in photoshop. Don't need to see something you painted but thank you. I guess but i plan to bring recognized back at some point in the future. I just think right now. Probably the time is not great for it but hopefully hopefully in the future with more support. I'll try to get it back out there. That's one of the things about like thinking about how we stretch design brain because saying that you got like so many people that were submitting when you know. Artwork photoshop in like designers are afraid to write literally heard like running jokes. Designers engineers ceus computer science folks are like. I'm a engineer. A computer scientists right. And it's like wait wait. How do you communicate what you've done. Or how do you communicate your ideas behind what you build or what you're envisioning. There's so much space for that. Yet oaks shy away from it social nights. Yeah i mean. It's certainly something that i was trying to put forth through recognized. Have more people just right because it helps you. You know like you said formalize or ideas. If you're an entrepreneur it helps with writing better proposals writing better proofs just communication in general. It tends to be really helpful. So i mean we even had a writer actually episodes ago had our first writer on the show. I think that his background he called himself a verbal designer. Which i thought was really interesting but He's a writer and we talked all about how like writing is at least nowadays is such a crucial part of the design process and so it was good just to have someone who's a writer. Come on and really talk about like. Yeah i'm a writer. And this is how. I work within design teams and on design projects and kind of giving feedback to designers about what they could do to strengthen their writing or improve their writing or even see the importance of writing in the whole design process. Yeah definitely so. I mean it's not from the new appointment. How's the urban going like. What's been on your mind. The year has been transformational and also kind of like you still. You're sledging through mud at the same time. I think the world is a really crazy police right now. I don't know if it's like all of these things are going on and twenty twenty twenty twenty one is like this unprecedented time in life or if it's like not the world's always kind of been crazy but as you get older you have more of a connection to why ray lake politics have always been wild in the united states but for some of us. It's not until we get older that you start to really see how like ocean like the ways of we're voting are impacting like i don't have healthcare. I can't go to the doctor and and take care of myself. Like i can't do the things with my body as a person who identifies as a woman in the united states that i want to because of the state that i live in like i think that all of those themes on top of life global health pandemic are happening at the same time it. I'm like coming impact in my old age that it just days like today because everything feels.

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'Shark Tank' stars sued for fraud over alleged 'structured scam'

Wall Street Breakfast

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

'Shark Tank' stars sued for fraud over alleged 'structured scam'

"Shark tank. Star is kevin o'leary and former star. Kevin harrington are facing allegations of fraud in a lawsuit filed by twenty people from across the country. The two famous business investors have been accused of scamming and manipulating hopeful entrepreneurs

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R.I.P. Going Back to the Office

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:00 min | 1 year ago

R.I.P. Going Back to the Office

"Great to sort out. We should say that we are not talking about all workers here. There are a lot of jobs that cannot be done remotely if you are a dentist or a barista or a chef or a carpenter or a surgeon you basically have to show up in real life to do. Your job is true. It's estimated that about half of jobs in the united states can be done remotely so that's kind of what we're debating here. The fee of that one half of working americans. Yes in to help us figure out this fate. I called up in economist. Who has a foot in several different parts of the job market low. My name is adam os. Mac and the chief economist. At up work you are also a business owner. yes. I have a couple of businesses. I am one of the owners of the bowling alley restaurant arcade. I am of the partners in join cat. Events which runs beer fests and i am one of the owners of kempner scott shoes which is the country's oldest children's shoe company. Oh my god adam like what do you do. You have free time. You know my secret is i. Don't like sports and so there you go secret to life. Don't like sports so we asked adam. Are we going back to the office. I mean things have changed radically over the past year and a half but the office you know it evolved over decades it is powerfully entrenched in our culture and in our psyches. Not only that. Adam points out that traditionally there has been a kind of stigma around remote work and remote workers. There's a great paper by emma harrington at harvard about how workers were sort of viewed it firms before the pandemic in how often there is sort of a stigma associated with it. I mean you can certainly see it in media. Portrayals like there is the episode of the simpsons in the nineties where a homer was trying to worker working at home taking breaks and everyone's like drinking beer in the middle of the day.

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"harrington" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Well that's where they might reach out to me or somebody else who's in that field and help guide them on their particular challenge point them to other books or just advise them one on one or go. Take them through a security assessment. Whatever so that's really. I think what the progression would ultimately be for somebody. that's good. you answered my next question by me. In terms of who the target audience was limited. Thing is once you understand these concepts. And how would you suggest that it is balanced with some pragmatism. Got this is triggered by my expedience. We simply not my bank used to have repeatedly secure of logging in and also any transactions so there was an app that will generate the password and then every time it is dynamic. Had to do that but most recently they also wanted to introduce his two factor. Authentication time i log in. I also get a one time password. Now yup probably makes more secure but from user experience on a usability perspective. I do find that additional barrier. If i'm using cluster device i'm using hopefully dusted bastards and things that are hard to crack and so on. I was quite comfortable with that. When these additional layers introduced there is a certain hesitation probably education the uses a. How does one building security that is unobtrusive. That is that's the classic question Ser so many smart minds studying to try to to solve for and the short answer is well we to do is the simplest security is going to be the security that integrates into what the user already is doing. So and that's. That's a bit of a an aspiration and probably unachievable in a lotta ways. But it's not impossible. And we can see so many amazing advancements and first of all we should of course note that multi factor authentication is one of the most important evolutions insecurity in the last decade or or a couple of decades because it has fundamentally exponentially improve the security of systems where it's implemented. I mean it's it's not like this is kind of a little annoying and we got a little bit of a benefits like we get a ton of benefit for a little bit of annoyance but the people who have really figured out. How do we win with something. Like multi factor authentication. Are the people who we can. We can trace it. Back to you know fingerprint. Id integrated right into the home. But you know in. The iphone came out and it. I had the thumbprint. Id on the button that you already push to open the phone..

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"harrington" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Software People Stories

"The company this off their stories. I'm shift. I'm chitra and ninety re bring you interesting untold stories of people associated with the creation or consumption all software based solutions. You'll hear stories of wadsworth and sometimes what didn't you will also hear very personal experiences and insights that would trigger your thoughts and by you to do even greater getting the right vibes about security something that can instill fear and uncertainty in many minds and businesses. This conversation between guests this week dead harrington an ethical hacker and shiva who helps you understand explore questions such as do. I really need to stay two steps ahead of the bad guys. How's this even possible what it takes to stay in the game with the bad hackers in these times especially where business ecosystems are complex with multiple partnerships and service providers. So how do we discovered those trust boundaries and developed layers of defense. Ted talks with an emphasis on looking at security in terms of the right. We and to pursue a good thing..

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"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"In spain i go. Okay ju what i felt with days. I'm gonna let you tell the story. But what if outlet like this was like you put yourself in this position got dominant. This is risky thing. I'm gonna i'm gonna. I'm gonna tell the story released it to security because it works. Well it does. But i almost had a vision of you in that situation going to this. I'm definitely using this. no talk. certainly it's it is a story of risk no doubt and it was kinda dumb in hindsight but i learned from as cto is the theme. Today you learn from your. She wanted to go and the bullets in pamplona right summer in pamplona. Yes the running of the bulls festival. And i think it was more happenstance really in anything i was. I was going on this trip to europe with my best friend from growing up and we just so happened. He'd never been to spain and so it's well. Let's go to spain now. We're in spain. We were looking at. What's we're like. Oh the running of the bulls is like tomorrow should go and so we just you know head down to pamplona on we get some like really crappy little hotel room and the next morning we. There's a part of the story that i didn't tell in the book. Which was that the day the day before we did the run. There's a few days of it. We could pay to go into someone's house that's on the route and so you can look at the thing happening so like oh let's do that. We pay go in this house so we can like game. Plan what this is going to be. That's also from like p collegiate. I should do that again. Mom join liverpool. Whenever there was in liverpool she could anyway watch should have. Yeah i mean. It's like ten bucks ten hostal russell random strangers in your house but that's fine and so we look down at this at the race and we see the thing the run go by and we see this one guy just gets absolutely destroyed by this bull. He didn't get gored. There was no blood but the ball was outfielder. Like so we'll do that tomorrow. And so so we go down the next day and we it's a really cool experience and even though it was like physically was probably little unsafe I mean it was a life experience for sure. And you're in this huge crowd of people. Everyone's wearing their white outfits with a red sash and everyone is everyone. Most people are drunk. It's this is really fun environment. And then these rockets shoot off and then a moment later after you hear. The rockets throughout the rockets are the bulls leaving their pen. And then maybe a minute. Later you see these bulls come around the corner..

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"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Yeah well you guys your company you hacked systems. Yeah you're what's what's that reaction. What are you really do. And i what i do. My job is to empower innovation. Do allow companies. Who are doing these awesome. Things actually be able to do that thing and not let security the thing that stops it. That's my job is to take the person who's changing the world and enable them to change the world. You really did. Because the story with the iphone which i'll let you tell but that was the case of that was innovation ladan and it was. It was sort of a rattray fifteen in a way. Yes oppo news but that was that was enabled them to get wasn't h. You want to tell the stories because it's such a great story. We were the first company tact iphone. Yeah i can. There's a new york times headline out there that i can send you. I wasn't like everyone is in usa today everywhere but when iphone was first coming out you know if we can all sorts of think back to that moment in time that was pretty cool right the world is about to change this amazing experience in your pocket and of course we're wired a little differently so we're like we want one because it's awesome but we also want want to hack it rageh ripped apart. Unfortunately we had those of us that were part of our research team at ic- didn't have access to the device and early release version of the device and every other security researcher. Maybe not every research but there are many other researchers who also wanted to be first and so what the team lined up doing was building out some hypothetical scenarios and saying okay. Well since we can't get an advantage and we don't want it to just be like a level playing field we we need to create an advantage. What we wanted to do and so we worked on this. The research team worked on this theory. That as the iphone was porting from a desktop operating system to mobile operating system in that sort of rush to hit that deadline which is very common for companies. That have a deadline to hit that..

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"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"They spend a lot of money on this. And why do they do that now. Almost security guy. You're a security gal. we believe. of course. I shouldn't speak for your beliefs. But i'm going to make an assumption that you believe that security is worth doing inherently. It's a good thing to do the right thing to do. It's like i always use the comparison. You know someone your your neighbor trips and falls. You don't even think about it. You just go and help your neighbor back up because it's the right thing to do. You're not expecting compensation for that. No and i think security's in the same vein where it's the right thing to do but our customers don't pay us these big bucks because it's the right thing to do a lot of them that's like and also it's the right thing to do that. It's more like that. And i realized that what they're all trying to do. They're trying to achieve a business benefit and what they're trying to do is they're trying to prove to their customers. That hey our software security you can. You can work with us. You can trust us. And maybe our competitors stuff isn't as secure and once. I realized that that became wasn't realize that motivation. That became a key thing that i wanted to make this book advocate for that. I do security right and then once you do it right you can actually use it as a competitive advantage. Does a huge business case of being arranged to kill company was secure attack. That's what that's what i thought you were saying on the insurance would be about right. Yeah totally i mean as you know the no security not like insurance that is the literal first sentence of the first chapter because i hear it so often as you do too and i totally understand why people think that it's a natural inclination to be like that's the thing that takes care of if a bad thing happens later and it's like that attitude is the problem that we want to address and say no because that's true about that is true about insurance that insurance i mean there's some insurance that maybe delivers benefit throughout the process. But mostly insurance is a bad thing. Happens insurance kicks in and you get a good thing But security is more like fitness where it's like throughout the entire process of becoming fit. You're getting better. You're you're looking better to your becoming attractive to the people in the community you join a community enthusiasts your obvious your life is better in.

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"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Your host. Jenny ratcliffe people. I am so excited to be interviewed and finally interview. 'cause was sort of known each other while and not managed to kind of. Do this before. Ted harrington harrington who as executive paul at the sec the independent security evaluations but there's also an entrepreneur and an author on its tenth book that i wanted to tune most votes as as well to the show to add. Yeah thanks for having me. I'm still to be here jenny. It's you know it's it's it's i'm out so excited to get you on the show to talk to you properly because it's one of these things in this industry. It was a name and a face. I knew quite well even so. Don't things where. I kind of laughed and unequal on the show so under the people shows the platform several was just. I was searching to. If you're on a wanna just tell people a little bit more about what you do with the moments and then we'll get into that created the book a little bit sure what to do with the moments not leave my house too much with fourteen and all yes. So i'm we're the good guy hackers as you mentioned. Is's a consulting company a partner in and essentially how we pay the bills is companies are us to help them find their vulnerabilities in their software systems by actually performing ethical hacking. And then tell them how to fix it and so yeah and that's that's how that's what our consulting businesses the stories from my book or most of the stories from my book come directly from that experience like here's what we saw this company experience. And here's how it went. Well here's didn't go. And and that's what i speak about on stages of spend most of my times opened companies. Think about how to do security better and did you always want to get into into the baseness technical pace then. I always knew that what i wanted to do. Were a few things i wanted to do. Things that were hard.

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"harrington" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"harrington" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is recognized for one minute. Madam Speaker. I rise with great sorrow to oppose the second attempt at a baseless impeachment from my Democrat colleagues. This week's attack on the U. S. Capitol was completely unacceptable and the people involved should be met with swift accountability. The president didn't inside a riot. The president didn't lead an insurrection, and there are no high crimes and misdemeanors requisite of an impeachment. I'm not saying the president didn't exercise poor judgment. But to criminalize political speech by blaming lawless acts on the president's rhetoric is wrong, Madam speaker and a very dangerous precedent the criminals who stormed the capital that day acted on their own volition. They're responsible for their actions. This is an important moment, Madam speaker for our nation. We have the opportunity to come together and do what's right for our country. Representative Jody Harrington defied for Republicans conceded. Let's focus on the future and get back to the people's business. Are you back? Shaman eels back the gentleman from Ohio Reserves. The gentlemen from New York is recognized. Man to speak right now. Your 30 seconds. Just think the gentle lady from Illinois. Ms Newman, The gentleman from Illinois is recognized for 30 seconds. Thank you, man Speaker. It's an honor to speak today. So today I stand with this body to impeach this president. I agree with my Democratic colleagues. I also agree with my Republican colleagues. Let's unite. Let's unite to address this pandemic and start by simply wearing a mask. Let's unite to bring back the economy and start by putting $2000 checks in people's pockets and let's unite toe hold these domestic terrorists accountable and impeach this president. Thank you, Madam Speaker and I yield back John woman was Congresswoman Marie Newman, a Democrat from Illinois, recognizes the gentleman from Ohio Research, said General.

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"harrington" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"harrington" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"When did you know this was going to be more than just a great mentor ship relationship and become something that would be a book and and start spreading the word about why this is important than and then how to do it. You know i know for me. I was so i would go to these events and kevin being on shark tank when he would finish. Speaking to a room of thousand hundreds of people would line up. They wanted an autograph they wanted and but they actually all would say. I just need five minutes like that was the normal. I think five minutes. If i could ask you one question. I know it would change my life forever and so he was so gracious that he would take a lot of these. You know these five minutes or these one questions and it turned out to be the same question. What's the one thing. I need to do to grow my business. What's the one thing. I can do to start a successful business. What's this one thing and we started having this conversation off line. You know flying back in in a hotel or restaurant and what we figured out. Is that super successful. People have one thing in common. They all had mentors. You talked about your mentor. Being dave ramsey we've talked about zig ziglar. Guess what dave ramsey had mentors zig ziglar had mentors super uber financial successful people. All have this one secret. They have mentors. If you google mentorship there are the haves and the have not and sadly there are more have nots than are haves and so we basically said if there's this one burning question out there around success in growth in relationships business in life it is. The haves have people in their lives. We were not put on this earth to be alone. We were not supposed to do this. Entrepreneurial thing alone we're not supposed to lead entrepreneurial endeavors alone and there are people willing to help and we've got to tell that story and so that's how it became a book and that's why the book is not a how to book. It's not a one two three six steps to whatever. It is a journey of relatable entrepreneur with his mentor. Some unbelievable stories of kevin's live because he's had an unbelievable life and some really practical ways that those those lessons can be applied every single day we end every chapter with how you can take the business lesson and bring it home to your most valuable business which is likely the one you went home to your family. Not the one you went to. and so. that's when just this constant just yearning for this. This answer that entrepreneurs had for kevin and so it became this book bestselling book now on mentorship and we turned him before covid. Never has there been a more important time for people to have mentors than right now <hes>. It's great timing for that message. Kevin when you're answering those questions in that line and people are saying okay. I just need five minutes. I've just got one question. I've had this experience where people are saying. Okay what's the one book. I need to read. Or what's the one thing i need to do and i try to stop and say i. I understand what you're getting at but you're asking the wrong question because what you guys are talking about with mentor ship is. There's really something about constantly being hungry. Always being a sponge you know and a book that changed. My life is going to be different than a book that changed your life. The one thing you need to do is stay hungry reading all the time. There's no silver bullet book if you will or no silver bullet <hes>. Course to take you need to be consuming all that stuff over time. that's how we transform and grow as leaders and so when things you guys talked about in the book is the idea of building a dream team not just hiring people that can fog mirror but the people that are really gonna take you where you wanna go. And that's attention especially if you're small and caches tight paying for the talent that you need tomorrow and not just who can do the job today. What's the importance of a dream team. Tell you for me. You know i and i'll kind of begin. This and then kevin can really bring home for us. But the what. I learned from kevin and watching him. Was that up until the point that i met kevin i always hired as he said. I always hired who i could afford like ninety nine point nine percent of every entrepreneur out there. Whoever i could afford. I hired well. That is a way of growing your business through the rear view mirror. Because what you can afford is already where you're at and so i'm having this conversation with him one day and he is he said and i'm challenging him because i'm listening to stories and i'm like well. How did you afford that gyn. Why did you pick that guy. That was so far out. And he's like look. I'd rather have. I'd rather have ten percent of the time of a cfo that can take me to a hundred million then a hundred percent of the time of a cfo that's gonna go to a million and so also the concept is is that who do you need to go forward. What does your business need to accomplish the vision or the purpose. That's the dream team. And what i learned from kevin. Is you gotta get creative. You've gotta get creative sometimes to put the right team together. And he's he's got this great story that he can share around the concept of the dream team with with the laurie. Al folks and i'll let him share that. Because that's when i started to really learn that as an entrepreneur if you can put together the dream team and that's why the business i currently have is doing so well because i'm not in higher can afford a hired who was going to take me where i wanted to go and i had to get creative had involves some equity. I had involve some. You know some creative ways of incentivizing them but i now have the dream team. And that's why. I'm scaling beyond where i've gone before because i was in the way

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