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Fresh update on "heidi" discussed on Meet the Press

Meet the Press

02:38 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heidi" discussed on Meet the Press

"To see where inflation is. And if they do need to signal more rate hikes or steady or maybe even less. Did achieve that goal? Because he was asked a lot of different questions where he seemed to sort of leave it open. Well, he achieved the goal of getting through this meeting without necessarily signaling or having the markets misinterpret terribly what he had to say. As I said, they're feeling their way along. They're in a new phase in many respects. First phase was get the neutral the second phase. I think you could argue was to get into restrictive territory. And they probably need more a little bit more restrictive stance of policy. And in March, we'll learn a lot. We'll learn a lot about how they actually see this play ending. Is there a sense that the market is thinking about the fact that such a power is keeping that optionality that he doesn't see a rate cuts as a base case for this year? I talked to the discussion of financial conditions as determined by the markets. Was rather interesting. He didn't go very far, but he did say they're not aligned. Then it would be ideal if they were aligned. And then, of course, as he was making his full press conference, financial conditions were easing to some extent, at least at least some of the equity conditions were easing. And bonds are rallying as well. So I know there's frustration there. They would like to have in the ideal world, the markets aligned with what the fed is trying to do, but there's only so much they can do about that. So I guess the question then is how important are financial conditions for the fed's job then? Important, I think, very important because they have control over the overnight rate and they influence very strongly with the setting of the fed funds rate the shorter term part of the curve. But when you get out further in the curve, these are rates that are determined by markets. And those are the rates that are most meaningful, I think, to the economy and the sense of car loans, mortgage, borrowings, bank loans, for a particularly term loans at banks. Those are the longer term rates that matter and they, you know, they're the ones that are going to influence the demand level and the economy to some extent. And that was Dennis Lockhart, former president of the Federal Reserve bank of Atlanta, with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes, Heidi strobes, and sherry um. And

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Patrick Knapp Looks Into the Abuses of the Church

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | Last month

Patrick Knapp Looks Into the Abuses of the Church

"Final segment with my guest Patrick Knapp, the book is understanding religious abuse and recovery, the organization is becoming free dot org. Patrick, my producer Alvin just said to me that the Branch Davidians in Waco, that happened in April of 93. It is astonishing to think that it is almost 30 years. It really is mind-blowing to think that this is 30 years seems like ten minutes ago, but it's 30 years ago. It was the first days of the Clinton administration. I remember Janet Reno was part of what part of the horror of how that unfolded. Unfortunately, in any event, so in a remaining time, what are your, what would you like to talk about? And what should we touch on? Well, one of the things that Heidi and I are very passionate about is passing on to other people education about this topic. We certainly want to do the life coaching. That's our number one goal is to work with people on a one to one basis, helping them to process their religious abuse and their recovery. But we also really look forward to doing more educational kind of opportunities, whether for myself, one of the things that I would love to be doing is specifically to be able to teach a class at a college level or a graduate level, I've got a tentative syllabus. I would have put together and would love to have a 12 or 14 week period, be able to educate college students into a broader picture or broader understanding of what religious abuse and recovery might look like.

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'Understanding Religious Abuse and Recovery' With Patrick Knapp

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | Last month

'Understanding Religious Abuse and Recovery' With Patrick Knapp

"To Patrick Knapp, who has written a book understanding religious abuse and recovery, he was from 1970 to 1984 for 14 years involved in a high control abusive Christian sect. And we're talking about that. Patrick, I have had a number of friends over the years who've shared with me similar experiences. Of being part of a group that was just extremely fundamentalist and controlling controlling of behavior, usually young people are prone to this kind of thing and it's horrifying when I've heard these stories. In a way, I've been amazed that these two Friends of mine that I'm thinking of that they got out of it and became healthy functioning Christians in love with God and love with Jesus in love with the Bible that this didn't scar them forever, but it strikes me that many, many people, less fortunate, would have been scarred forever by these kinds of strange experiences. Well, and that certainly true, the majority of people that Heidi and I life coach with are from this sort of background. And really, when you look at a variety of other organizations that work with what perhaps commonly referred to as cults, an awful lot of the people that are the connect with them come from a pseudo Christian group, that's not uncommon. The international cultic studies association, which is probably the largest organization of its kind that works specifically with religiously abused or spiritually abused folks, they the majority of the people that come to them for help and support come from, unfortunately, forms of Christianity that are very unhealthy.

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Twitter Is a Simulation, It's Not Real Life

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Twitter Is a Simulation, It's Not Real Life

"If the media, a big media company would be purchased by a Republican, there'd be a lot of uproar and rancor. Oh my goodness, billionaire Republican buys The Washington Post. Okay. But there is a company that is far more critical that is a staple to the regime that they can not lose. And that is Twitter. Twitter is a simulation. Twitter is not real life. Twitter used to be a lot of fun, 5 or 6 years ago. We used to have one of the top Twitter accounts on the planet because we understood how the platform worked and it was organic and it was authentic and it was bottom up and you were legitimately able to impact the news cycle, impact millions of people with contrarian ideas with heterodox takes, and then all of a sudden Twitter was captured by the very same regime that rated Mar-a-Lago goes after pro life leaders, and they had a consensus that by any means necessary, they need to have a platform where it feels like you could speak freely, but it's actually the absence of free thought. The whole thing is a game. It's a simulation. And that's exactly what Twitter has become. And so Twitter has become kind of like this public private partnership of you're not allowed to speak out against the issues we care about, whether it be environmentalism and climate change, COVID and vaccines, the mRNA shot, you can't do any of those things. Now, if Twitter were to actually be liberated by these Bolsheviks, the Democrats will not win a major election for the next 20 years. That's how important Twitter is. Twitter is the incubator of elite opinion in society. It's not a matter of how wide Twitter goes. It's also a question of how deep this Twitter go.

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Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Economy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Congressional Candidate Joe Kent Discusses the Economy

"Is going into a totally awful direction, Joe, one of the first things I hope you do when you're a congressman is just say no to this insane spending spree. That has no basis in economic reality. I want to play cut 49 on how economy and inflation is the top concern of voters. Play cut 49. How about this? This is a New York Times poll brand new here asking voters, what's the top issue on your mind, this election? I haven't seen it this dramatic in a poll. Add the economy and inflation together. That is 44%. We're getting close to half of all respondents in this poll saying that's their top issue. Nothing else even cracks 10% right now. Joe your thoughts. Yeah, that reflects the reality on the ground. You can look at all the fancy charts, you want all day long, but you don't need a PhD in economics to understand what gas costs just two years ago. It was under $2 per gallon out here in Washington state. And people weren't being strangled every single day. I mean, right now, as it stands, one month or more of people's wages is going to be stolen this year alone, just due to inflation. And what is the Democrats solution? They want to keep gas astronomically high. Biden is making no efforts whatsoever to give people any kind of alleviation of the problem. My opponent said she'd sign on to the so called inflation reduction act that adds on new taxes to domestic energy production. And then like you said, the out of control spending. I mean, the three major pieces of legislation that Democrats passed this last Congress, it's estimated somewhere between 6 and $7 trillion more onto our deficit on the backs of our kids and grandkids. So this is right up in people's faces and this is bringing over a lot of independents. A lot of people have never been politically engaged before over to our side because they're just hearing more of the same and they've had two years of one party control and they are absolutely sick of that. Yeah, I mean, Joe has drained. I mean, actually rated our strategic petroleum reserve. It's unbelievable. Joe Kent for Congress dot com go there and support him that is Joe Kent for Congress dot com. He's running up against the total lunatic.

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Joe Kent Calls in to Discuss His Congressional Race in Washington

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Joe Kent Calls in to Discuss His Congressional Race in Washington

"Joining us now is one of the most exciting congressional candidates in the country, someone we have to make sure wins. Joe Kent from Washington, who defeated an impeachment voter and is now up against a very far left winger, Marie Perez. I don't even want to talk about her, but Joe Kent joins us now, Joe welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks so much for having me on. So Joe, take this opportunity to introduce yourself, talk about your race and talk about what your message is the next 18 days before the election. Yeah, absolutely. So I had the honor of serving this country for a little over 20 years. I was a green beret and did 11 combat deployments for this country. Greatest honor of my life. I thought I was going to continue serving in that capacity really for the rest of my adult life. I had started a career a second career in the CIA as a paramilitary operations officer. That was still about three years ago when my late wife was also in the military was killed fighting ISIS in Syria. She was killed one month after Trump tried to get our troops out of that conflict the first time. Secretary of Defense Mattis a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats betrayed president Trump, resulting in my wife and three of their American staff. So after that I stepped aside, but I had an opportunity to meet with president Trump and I told him he was getting everything right as far as foreign policy went, starting to finally put our country first. However, he was being thwarted at the mid to senior levels in ways I had never seen before in my 20 years of service. So I started working with the Trump administration as an informal adviser, worked heavily on the Trump 2020 campaign. And then we all know the rest. The election was stolen and then a bunch of folks decided they were going to vote for impeachment. And I was living in one of the districts of one of the impeachment voters. And so I looked around and nobody else was stepping forward and I said, I'm going to go for this, and we can't let this stand. We have to start taking our country back. And that was 19 months ago. So we've been at it for this long, hard fought primary. We're grateful that we got through with everyone's support here in the district. Right now we're consolidating the Republican base here and we are up against a very far left Democrat who's doing what Democrats throughout the entire country are doing. They're trying to say, hey, I'm a different kind of Democrat. I'm not the one who's responsible for inflation out of control crime. Our children being sexualized in the schools. However, she endorses all of those exact same policies. So

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"heidi" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

08:10 min | 6 months ago

"heidi" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"And so not flinching from having those difficult conversations and doing it diplomatically. Of course. Allowing other people to have wins, not needing to be right. Those are some of the I would imagine all of those skills are enhanced by meditation, right? Finding that moment of pause where you can process how to best respond versus react, how to be tactful in your communication, all of those things. Do you have a sense of what your leadership was like prior to meditation versus now? Yes, I was a yeller. Yeah. You know? And that's, you know, I had a, I had these charms made, and I warm around my neck. And one was like a two stick figures like a boy and a girl. And had the initials of my kids, E and O, and then I had another one made. And it said, be graceful, yelling doesn't work. And that's what I had before I started meditating. And I would kind of rub it and that's what I learned because it's terrible. And that is, I can't ever imagine now yelling. I mean, how horrible, like, to yell, I get my kids, or at my team, or a random person, you know? I mean, how awful. What is the modality of meditation that you practice? So I do different things sometimes it's silent and sometimes it's guided recently. I've been doing a lot of guided meditations because my mind is pretty active. At different points, I've been able to do silent meditation, but no, it's often guided. I'm a huge app. Huge fan of insight timer. And it keeps track of my days and my minutes and my hours. And there are certain practitioners on there that I really like. I like this woman Sarah blondin, and there's one particular meditation that she has. It's maybe 12 minutes long, and it's called learning to surrender. And I listened to it on my way here today. When it took me longer than I had anticipated and it's like, I can't be reminded too many times to surrender. Yeah. What is the ambition for the museum? Like if you have your druthers and everything goes your way. And it's 5 years down the road. And you're looking back, what is it that you hope to accomplish or express? I want people to feel welcome. You know, and it gets back to this idea that I talked about earlier that I know for myself, and I use myself as a metric, you know, like if I don't care about it, why should I want anyone else to care about it or hope that they will. And I know for myself, what I wanted most in my life and which I have so much gratitude that I actually have is, you know, I wanted to feel seen and loved. And so much so that I put it in my phone and my calendar every morning at 7 a.m. and it's still buses. 7 a.m. Pacific every morning. It says I feel seen and loved. And I put it in there when I put it in, I didn't. I didn't feel seen and I didn't feel loved. And I manifested it. And so that's what I want. That's what I use my platform for, and that's what art for me is a vehicle for is to have people feel that they're seeing and feel that they're loved. Yeah, well, I have this sense that all of these many artists that you've known and that you chronicle in books and on the podcast see you and respect you and revere you. I know they think incredibly highly of you and you commandeer like a level of respect because of that integrity that's so important to you. Which I think is really cool. As you said, all you have is your reputation and your integrity. And for this creative community of brilliant artists all out there who speak so highly of you and think so highly of you. It has to be I mean, that is the fulfillment of that 7 a.m. like little thing that you get to see every day. Yeah, you know, you know, I heard this thing some years ago about compound interest, you know? And it was like about retirement. And it's like, if you don't start saving in your 20s, you can never catch up, right? And that really stuck with me and I really don't drink. I have a mostly vegan diet. I make these kind of hard choices, right? And part of it is because I'm thinking about the future. And so I'm living in the present, but I know that all of these years of meditating and standing up for what I believe in and defending people's rights to show the art that they want to show. And having the difficult conversations, you know, like that's like in my bank of my soul. Yeah, you're making deposits in the integrity bank account. The karma bank account. Yeah. That's been compounding interest all these years. Yeah. Yeah, it's cool. Well, the last thing I want to ask you before we wrap it up is it's kind of hearkening back to what we were talking about at the beginning of the conversation. But just like for somebody who's listening to this, who is still grappling with this idea of like, should I care about this? I just want to leave people with like a little spark of inspiration to get them in the door or get them thinking about art in a way that maybe historically they haven't. Yeah. I mean, what I would say is like, what have you got to lose? You know? Like, why not try it? And one of the things we say at the museum is like, if you don't like what you see, come back again. Because it's going to be different. It's going to be different and you're going to be different, you know? And I did this show in Aspen, it was called zombies. Colon pay attention. And it was inspired by this Bruce nauman work, which is one of my favorite works of art of all time. And I may have talked to you about it before, but it's writing in reverse, as if it's in a mirror, and if I can swear. But it says, it says pay attention mother fuckers. And that was kind of my mantra for a long time. It's like pay attention. Motherfuckers. You only have one life. This moment, gone. This moment, gone. This moment gone, you know? So it's like, what do you want to do? Like, what are you here to do? And Rand stegen said to me, like, you're doing the world a great disservice by playing small. So like, why not look at art? Why not try it? I think that's a great place to end it. I'm inspired now. That worked. I love what you do. And I love this person that you've become. It's been cool to watch you from the sidelines. Mature into this into this role that you've clearly earned. And I salute you. I'm at your service. And I think it's great, Heidi. So I appreciate you coming and sharing with me today. I wish you well as we near the opening. It's going to be a big moment for you. And in the meantime, everybody should pick up conversations with artists three. Is it still only available on the ahma website? Yeah, you inspired me. With your book and not having it on Amazon, and I was like, why not drive

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Sebastian Discusses True School Safety Measures With Rob Young

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 7 months ago

Sebastian Discusses True School Safety Measures With Rob Young

"You've been on both sides of this scenario as a child you've been the victim of a school shooter. Now as a peace officer as a safety officer, you've dealt with active shooters. So you are the best qualified tell us in a compliment. What is your response to events like you valde or the one you live through? What are we not doing that we should be doing? We're not training enough. Our schools are a soft target and we need to do more with people they complain about, you know, we don't want our schools looking like prisons. And there's a way to do that without it. I mean, you worked at The White House. It's a beautiful, beautiful property. It doesn't look like a prison to me, but it's very hard to get on that campus and on that property. With our schools, we're not taking this into consideration. And I'm tired of the media jumping up and people calling for more gun control. You're never going to you're never going to rid society of evil. And that's the conclusion that I've come to. We need to do a better job in law enforcement with training. And equipping our police officers, we need to have police officers on campus. We need to have more police officers and more security personnel on campuses. We need to, you know, we need a funnel access to and from. And there's ways to do it. And again, our campuses are way too soft. I'm a firm believer of the gun is not the problem. The gun is the equalizer. And there are plenty of people that work in our school districts that have the training and the fortitude and the mindset to run towards evil when evil enters that campus and to engage that threat. And to keep that suspect or those suspects engage with these personnel rather than on our children, I tell the story of a friend of mine, Rick Moreno. Who served 30 plus years in law enforcement. And he and I were both sergeants together during his last 5

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Rob Young Shares His Amazing Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 7 months ago

Rob Young Shares His Amazing Story

"Rob, you have an amazing story to tell. So I'm going to ask you what happened to you in January of 1986. And then what happened to you in May of 2016? Yeah, it was actually January of 1989. January 1719 89. I was a first grade at Cleveland elementary school in Stockton, California. And morning, I was one of 29 students who was injured when a gunman entered on our campus during recess. He was armed with an AK-47 and a 9 millimeter, and he took in on us children as we played on the playground. 5 of my classmates were killed that day and I was I was shot twice that day. I had a round travel through my right foot. When I hit the ground, I had another round hit the pavement in front of me and I still have a very large piece of that bullet in my chest to this day. How old were you, rob? I was 6 and a half years old at the time. And who tell us about the shooter Patrick purdy who was he? What was his connection to the school and did anybody work out why he did what he did? Yeah, well, obviously, you know, he did what most cowardly active shooters do and as the police arrived, he ended up in his own life after his own evil deed there. And so nobody really knows. He was a student at that school at one time. He was a drifter from what I understand and when I read up about him, he grew up in and out of the criminal system was arrested several times, had some mental health issues, you know, just very, very violent person went around the few days before the shooting and was bragging and bars that he was going to make history.

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Sean Davis: If a Baby Is Not Human, What Species Is It?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 7 months ago

Sean Davis: If a Baby Is Not Human, What Species Is It?

"We're not psychiatrists shown, but I have to ask you to react to what we've seen over the weekend again and again and again. Not only was there pregnant woman outside the Supreme Court with a massive belly which had written on her belly, not a human yet. I mean, just mind numbing indoctrination. There are so many reports as even video Shaun of pro abortion protesters there with their little children wearing political t-shirts and what have you. What does that tell us about the place that this party has sunken to? Well, first off, I hope the baby inside that woman is not human. Exactly what species was she fornicating with. Good question. Good question. It's always amused me. If the baby is not human, what species is she, and if she's not alive, why do you need to kill it? Right. We all know that's absurd, even that person knows that absurd. What they're actually saying is that I don't believe that this person inside me is entitled to the same rights. I have because if that were the case, it would be inconvenient for me. And when you take that into account, it makes clear that while we think this is a political battle, it's actually not. It's a spiritual battle. There's clearly an otherworldly element here. And what I saw over the weekend in the reactions from the left was just was purely demonic.

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Fighting the Pro-Abortion Cult With The Federalist's Sean Davis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 7 months ago

Fighting the Pro-Abortion Cult With The Federalist's Sean Davis

"First guest of the day, cofounder CEO of that amazing website. We love so much. Great content there every day. It's the federalist and he's Shaun Davis Sean. It's been a long time. Welcome back. Thank you for having me. All right, gotta ask first. I didn't rehearse this. I was just looking at my notes. Have you seen Top Gun? Absolutely. Good. I just wanted to make sure because we could even discuss that. It has broken a billion bucks, wokeness is in trouble a $1 billion for Top Gun: Maverick in just the last couple of weeks. But let's stick on the topic we invited for you here today. Let's get the left reaction, the mainstream lying media's reaction to the announcement from Friday. This is this giant of a man. He doesn't even qualify as a rhino. Joe Scarborough cut 6. Even the language, there was a violence to the reasoning. We win, you lose. Yeah. We're taking away these rights, and there's nothing you can do about it. If somebody disagrees with me, please let me know where a court has overruled a right that's been in place for 50 years and done so in such such an aggressive manner with absolutely no grace and absolutely no outreach to their legal or ideological opponents. Sean Davis, the violence of this 70 page decision that I'm sure you have read as well as I have, the aggression, and the lack of grace. The left saying conservatives have no grace, your reaction. Well, I got to tell you that the side that has no grace is the one that refuses to recognize the humanity and innocent unborn babies. And they're the last people on earth that I ever want to hear that word come from. Ideologically morally, there's no real difference between abortion, which is taken alive. I think it's something from 60 million to 70 million babies over the last 50 years. In America, in America alone, 800,000 a year. Absolutely. Yeah. This, what happened on Friday is on par with the immense patient proclamation. In the Pantheon of American history, it is one of the greatest things ever to have been done in the face of unspeakable

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Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Heidi Ganahl on Hispanic Voters

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 8 months ago

Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Heidi Ganahl on Hispanic Voters

"Believe there is a political realignment happening where Hispanics are starting to come in the Republican direction and record numbers. Now, Colorado, I believe, is 18, 19% Hispanic, which is more than what people would guess so if you just think of Colorado, talk about how Hispanics are starting to defect from the Democrat party, and I believe that's making polis rather nervous, that kind of reliable Hispanic base is all of a sudden probably being put into question, isn't it? It is. It is. The Hispanic voters in Colorado care a lot about family values and faith and community and education is really important to them that their kids get a good education. 5%, only 5% of Hispanic kids endeavor public schools can read a grade level right now. That report just came out a few weeks ago. Parents are really ticked off. We also have one of the highest inflation rates in the country right here, even compared to the national average, people can't afford to live in our state anymore. And Jared pullis thought it was a good idea to bring the new green deal to Colorado. And he's decimated our oil and gas industry here. And we produce some of the cleanest energy on the planet, but he'd rather us be not energy independent and go to Iran, Russia, and Venezuela to buy gas and oil, which is ridiculous. And it's also unpopular from that mistake and every time tracking bands get to the people of Colorado, they vote them down, don't they? They do. They do. And they actually voted it down and then Jared polis and the legislature, a couple of years later, put it through, regardless that the people. They do that all the time. And now we have one of the most obnoxious disgusting abortion laws in the country right here, abortion until birth. That is not how the people of Colorado are telling me they feel about that issue. So that's something we've got to go full on and turn back here.

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Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 8 months ago

Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

"Kunal, who is running for governor of Colorado, Heidi, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie is so good to see you. Thanks for having me on. So I want to talk to you about a couple things about your race, but first I want to try to nationalize this for our audience. You're mentioned in this article in The Wall Street Journal. Why Democrats are funding the GOP fringe about how some of your opponents are actually getting benefit from Democrat super PACS. This is something that is now happening in more and more primary races across the country where Democrats are inserting themselves into our primaries. Tell us about this and tell about how it applies to your race. Yeah, it's been crazy the last few weeks. We've found out that the Democrats are putting about $3 million into our race for governor, our primary race. So they're trying to pick their opponents. And they certainly don't want to run against me. That's very evident as the polling looks great for me going up against one of the wealthiest guys in Colorado who's destroying our state here. And I am a fighter, as you said, I am ready to take it to the map Jared polis and win back our beautiful state, but he wants to keep me from even getting through the primary by dumping millions of dollars into the Democrat governors association and another organization progress now that he helped found a few years ago.

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Darren Beattie on a New Bombshell Story Out of the J6 Committee

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 8 months ago

Darren Beattie on a New Bombshell Story Out of the J6 Committee

"So there's a lot of questions about what's happening this summer. And I'll be very honest. I haven't watched a second of the January 6th prime time committee. I do know one person who is watching it very closely and also has a phenomenal peace out at revolver news, and that is Darren Beatty, who has done some of the most rigorous and I would say important investigative journalism legitimately important investigative journalism in the last couple of years. Darren, welcome back to the program. Great to be back. Thank you for having me, Charlie. So Darren, I haven't watched the prime time committee hearings. Can you just give our audience? I don't think our audience has either really, what have they been talking about? Do you believe that they're building momentum towards a criminal conspiracy case against Trump, give us the update? Yes, and in fact, look, you're not missing anything by not watching it. And I would recommend anybody waste their time watching it because as I've stated on your program before, what's important about January 6th is what they're not talking about. And so you're not going to get anything of value from them. But you might get something of value from this latest revolver dot news piece because it really explores this latest push of the January 6th committee toward criminal prosecution. You're hearing a lot of commentators say, oh, what's going on? Is this an audience for one, which I guess for them would be good because it's been a ratings flop, actually. And that one person is Merrick Garland, the attorney general. And the idea is the committee will serve up effectively and indictment for Merrick Garland to use to prosecute Trump. Now, the political dimensions of this are manifestly scandalous and inappropriate. For the regime, the Biden regime to hang over the head of Trump, who is the presumptive GOP nominee. Biden's presumptive political rival to hang over his head, the possibility of criminal prosecution is really

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Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 8 months ago

Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

"12 Here is Joe Biden on the Jim O Kimmel show Kimmel on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night saying how we have the fastest growing economy in the world He really needs better advisers whispered in his ear here check this out Look here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world Now that's not a mistake He said the world three times I had a joke Now after that I guess Biden's staff knowing he had screwed up Because as The Wall Street Journal notes U.S. GDP falls 1.4% as economy shrinks for the first time since early in the pandemic The economy is shrinking It's not only not growing it's actually shrinking So I don't know what he's talking about So the Biden team was like how do we take the edge off this This was obviously another Biden ism And someone backstage said I'll bet if we put this thing to a beat we can make kind of a rap song out of it So I'm hearing rumors this may be available on Spotify and iTunes later It's the new Biden song called yes we're lying but we have the fastest growing economy in the world It's going to be a hit You should go on AGT with this check this out Boom Here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world the world the world The world the world the world Yeah baby The world Yeah Yeah that's tight That's tight I could hear Simon Oh let me tell you something so that's a wonderful such a gifted way to get your voice out there And then you got Heidi That was great man We love that You're so talented Then you got Sofia and how we don't want to shake anybody's hand Of course how he's got back the germ before

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"heidi" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"heidi" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"These images. John and Mel when they are certain. He was the man date scene at Crosby's clearing. With this revelation, they now believed that the woman with him was indeed Heidi. For the theft charges, David tamahere entered no play and was reminded in custody. When New Zealand politician John banks heard about Tama her suspected involvement in urban and Heidi's disappearance, he was outraged. Why had tamari ever been allowed out on bail after the 1986 rape charges? Banks took his indignation to parliament and details of Tamara's criminal record, were published nationwide, including his manslaughter charge, which banks labeled as a brutal killing. The publicity surrounding tamari is possible involvement in the disappearance of urban hoglin and Heidi pakana was intense. Questions were raised as to whether it would impact his right to a fair trial if police went ahead with a murder charge. Banks was undeterred by the backlash, stating I'm much more interested in the civil liberties of Swedish tourists and decent law abiding New Zealanders than I am in the civil liberties of criminals, sexual deviance, killers, and rapists. By late July, urban and Heidi had been missing for almost 5 months. The search for the pair in the coromandel range had been officially called off. But one volunteer couldn't stop thinking about the missing couple. He headed to taru Craig road to have one last to look around. He hiked his way through a junction area in the bush known as the jam teams, then traversed the downhill for a further 20 minutes. Venturing down what looked like an animal trail, he noticed something to the side of the track behind a small mound. It was a navy blue and white jacket, neatly folded, as though it was intentionally placed there. The jacket was quickly identified as belonging to Heidi pakeha. A search party returned to the area, and it wasn't long before a member spotted something on the ground. It was Heidi's wallet, which had been stripped of its cash and credit cards. Alongside it was a heavily water damaged photo of urbano glean, and the packin and family, which Heidi carried with her everywhere. Like the Subaru none of Heidi's belongings.

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"heidi" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:46 min | 10 months ago

"heidi" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Here stayed the weekend Obama and Heidi had vanished from the area. As officers examined a bathroom cabinet, they found a toiletry bag talked to Y at the back. Inside were two toothbrushes and a bottle of prescription medication. The name on the label.

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Victoria's Secret Is Now in the Business of Shifting Culture

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 11 months ago

Victoria's Secret Is Now in the Business of Shifting Culture

"But I want to talk about an article. This is by Chris ruffo and Citi journal. It's called social justice lingerie. And the article is just downright funny. It's not intended to be funny, ruthless, not exactly like a laugh, a minute guy, but what he's describing is how a Victoria's Secret. They came under fire from all these left wing activists. They came under fire for no other reason that their basic business model was beauty, right? This is the idea of saying to women if you want to look beautiful if you want to look like a model, these are the clothes you should wear. And of course, to some degree, it's an illusion as all advertising is to some degree an illusion, but nevertheless, the activists were up in arms and they started raging about the fact that Victoria's Secret was transphobic and didn't care enough about the environment. It was doing deforestation and so on. Well, what's happened is Victoria's Secret has sort of completely surrendered, and what that means is they've sort of, first of all, they booted out all their old kind of famous models, people like Heidi Klum and Gisele Bündchen and Tyra Banks, all these people are like out they're gone. They don't represent true social anymore. In fact, they represent an actual social. They don't represent Victoria's Secret anymore. In fact, they represent they probably should represent true social. It'll probably be great for true social. Tyra Banks join truth social. That's where I hang out these days. Gisele Bündchen. Find me on truth social. You might get more than you bargained for. No. Anyway, the point here is that Victoria's Secret has decided to go with a new coterie of models. People like Megan Rapinoe, LGBTQ activist, people like transgender transgender swimsuit model Valentina sampaio. Or Amanda de cadenet. So Amanda, the academy says the point of Victoria's Secret is no longer to sell underwear. It is to quote shift culture.

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"heidi" Discussed on It’s not Normal, It’s Toxic-rid your life of toxic people

It’s not Normal, It’s Toxic-rid your life of toxic people

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on It’s not Normal, It’s Toxic-rid your life of toxic people

"You're listening to. It's not normal. It's toxic hosted by dr. heidi dr. Heidi has been exactly where you are right now. She's walked through the fire of toxic relationships and is now dedicated..

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Vaccine Chief Kono Popular Favorite to Become Japan's Leader

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Vaccine Chief Kono Popular Favorite to Become Japan's Leader

"Japan's vaccine chief is looking like the favorite to become the nation's next leader Indian polls showed the outspoken cabinet minister in charge of vaccinations Tero Colo has the most popular support to become the country's next leader current prime minister Justin Heidi soon because something announcement last week that he will not seek another term has opened the way full array of candidates single spaced nose diving popularity over the government's coronavirus response fifty eight year old co no a graduate of Georgetown University and fluent in English is a rarity in Japanese politics usually dominated by elderly man he's got many fans among younger people with whom he communicates via social media I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Julian Sawyer on How Bitstamp Is the Original Global Crypto Exchange

Crypto Current

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Julian Sawyer on How Bitstamp Is the Original Global Crypto Exchange

"One of the beautiful things right now is that we're seeing a even as you're gonna make in the the euro version of tether you're starting to see a lot of these stable coins are starting to hit the market and various facets of the world. Do you think that we're going to see more stable coins. Kind of pop up around or do you still think that. A lot of pairs gonna ultimately still point to like a bitcoin. Our theory. I think he does a lot more that can be done in the stable coin arena. I think we are at the end of the journey. I'm and i think it goes by to. What are we trying to do with stable coins of. What are we trying to solve in financial services with this product and say You want to get paid with heidi volatile. Stop like however with a stable coin. I could be paid. I could be making payments. I pay my supply products and that becomes really interesting. Won't see those use cases for what you can. You can do as an example. We've i did. I punish shipped with kp jay which is a property company. New york by that customers were saying. Can we pay by digital assets is like yes so they work with us and so you can help. Pay your rent in new york with usc. Say all bitcoin. Whatever you want against solves problems people doing so. I think when we shouldn't be talking about this from a technology psych which is. What is the problem that we're trying to address yet. And i think when you look at some of the issues on costs timeframes in traditional financial services i'm talking remittance payments to cross-border. I'm to supply chain. Then we can really really do something. That is exciting. What i would hope we get to a place where not far away where we don't talk about. Stable coins could creek addresses. We're talking about how we're solving problems. And it's just the underlying technology that is the brought china and the interpretation in the application of that. So i think we're right at the beginning We've got a lotta potest. Hoodings really really interesting. Use cases and applications fall stable coins. And i think we're going to have a very exciting future on this.

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"heidi" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"That's right so this'll be perfect for britney especially get behind the wheel for the first time in a few years shopping. american eagle. obviously all righty sponsors. Just be really good for brittany when she gets her money back Which is going to happen. Because i think the britney brittany army is gonna keep threatening. Everyone's judge right now has got like so many death threats eventually knocking to be worth their for these people and they're going to be like this. I'm out of it well. That lawyers seem so good that new lawyer that she hired a step in and break it up like they didn't get her court date rushed so that was interesting. Incredible lightning in the studio. Yes definitely listener. House to youtube channel slash. The pratt's so how are you feeling about turning thirty eight. Am i now. That i think so. Because i'm turning thirty five hundred eighty three not a big number there. Your evidence Yeah definitely feel old so soon which is a good thing. I'm glad to be all that rather be all than the dead. I knew attitude. So yeah that's awesome. I'm alive would be nice returning thirty twenty eight but it's all good. I remember when you turn thirty. You're like i'm getting so. I can't even thirty and i was like it's only thirty leasing all respective i. It is all perspective. I'm so happy. I back doesn't hurt and my pains and but it's going to be a good year a lot of positive things on the horizon goals. It's not new year's eve dinner so yeah thank you What else governor is talking so well. It's amazing even though the speech therapist. What out of town for two weeks which. I'm real frustrated with Harry back what else is on horizon. Ben affleck lo or looking at eighty five nine dollar house. I hope they purchase it. My god jewish policies are the policies. They're looking at bob hope's old house in the san fernando valley They're a house. I think in beverly hills but no palisades. Wow i can't believe they're moving in together. What house in. The san. Fernando valley was eighty five million dollars. Now that the. Bob hope ninety five the one in beverly hills eighty-five the buffalo blends forty something. But i mean it's a compound like i'll come with the airplane. Oh bob baer for what is called. To dashiki powell. I can't talk anymore. I'm losing my voice so make sure i'm listening. To a great audio book called breathe life inflow by hickson gracie actually so much parenting advice. That i never imagined would be in the book. That's already helping me as a father. Let us know what. Guess that you want to. So we're going to start having between now and and frankie's people we will have them. They were in vegas today so we invited them but they were in vegas. Oh hopefully next week. Before i go out before you have your gray alone. We got.

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"heidi" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"You know all sorts of things open up your life and you save money you can spend on our things like american eagle outfits. Yes so welcome today. It is friday. it is spencer's birthday tomorrow. I sell rated last night. That's what my voice little shoutout to the hess family were moving to arkansas. Just for a year allegedly there so they move back but they had a party in a while. This weird glitch in the simulation at elsie old house. So we're celebrating analyses backyard which i found. Sirinuch your great great vibes now. Alex and matt made it so beautiful frequency seven and then so he opened up. Two bottles of passage organise my. Og favorite tequila used to drink back in the day. That only oprah over only drinks around us but initially house only drinking. Biodynamic organic tequila and then he opened that up. It was like whoa. Let's just celebrate my birthday now. So i don't think i'm going to need to drink all my right. They maybe a margarita. Yeah maybe a margaret by. We had so much fun last night and they're moving away. I know it's such a bummer. 'cause we love their family governor loves sign and we've been friends with them for not even quite a year but They're moving away so we did have a lot of fun going to visit them and aspirin. Yes so i. They're gonna be next little now but my mom's not to want to share the time so i'm like probably have a drink but i think my mom. I went our alone time. So it's gonna drink your eight hour for that. She'll be like okay average. A weaving loom. Oh my law. Maybe my gosh my mom. Gosh you're so wrong. I just strolling so I did have my surgery this week. I had it on wednesday and it ended up going really. Well wasn't nervous at all. When i got in there and the surgery went by really quickly and a enjoyed. Anesthesia is very relaxing. So definitely not the next day or the next day because the nausea is insane A great video on our new youtube channel which was just featured on the today show of heidi logging post-surgery and she's very dosed. And just talking about how you feels. You should log this year. This is one of those viral worldstar anesthesia videos quite entertaining and we just got ten thousand subscribers youtube which is very big deal for us and in five years from now. It's going to be a serious channel. Hired a fulltime youtuber to like help us so but i need to learn to do the titles hashtags and lot still and so back to my surgery. Yeah so. I had the surgery on wednesday and then i got out and then i talked to the next day and she was like there weren't as many as i was anticipating which i guess is a good thing bad thing Because even a few of them could you know cause infertility or our. Have you not get pregnant. So i was a little disappointed at i like man. I thought they were going to be so many. And maybe that's the reason why. And it's like i want some money and they can turn cancerous so they're pretty dangerous to have And i would have to remove them either way so it is so good that they're done and i'm healing. I'm not supposed to work out for a week or carry anything and i ended up holding gunners friends last night because he was crying and he loves me so much and i like how and i was like. Oh my gosh. pick anything up. But he's way later than gunners so e as like started freaking out about that. I'm like gosh. I held that and then i know i wasn't supposed to drink until forty eight hours and twenty four years. I think of us forty. And i did because i felt so nauseous and then it made me feel better but then i was like oh my gosh. My stopping the healing. Like this. maybe wasn't the best idea at ow. Hewing bhagat with the news. Outlets the he'll i know if it's like alcohol causes inflammation and my body's trying to recover from surgery but then medicine could this one also should say hold. Yeah so anyways recovering and not-so-good that were on the mend. And i'm on the man and it's going to be great and then i go next week to ask vanity the heck with my mom and that's cleared with my doctor but i'm like slow lease i've hiked since gutter hasn't been in camp. I was hiking like at least an hour a day and now i can't wait eaters. Just do the right. And that's the best part. I love to hike. That's the hop. They end up in aspen. The first part's the hardest. Part of all these body my neck and you think also going on an eight hour hike is going to help. I think that's going to be fine. Thankfully it's not me and my body. Yeah i'm gonna be fine. It's so fine. That's the fun part in the adventure and Way survive no. It's gonna be great. I'm so excited. Sounds like it also. Heidi was on the biggest podcast and the role. Not joe rogan would say second. Joe rogan are now caller daddy's exte- million dollar grow. If you don't know who alexander. Cooper alex cooper is Founding father she got sixty million dollars for three years with spotify to podcast so so i have heard so much about alex you know and like oh it's a sex podcast and it's so racy and like going to be altered up so i like winning. You know a few glasses of champagne. Turn up and i got in there. I'm like oh my gosh. We are on different levels right now. Can she paid turn because this is not how. I'm doing this interview so anyways it ended up being so fine and we had so much fun. There's so much comments about. Lc in talking about her. It's like i don't just randomly talk about all see. I didn't bring her up. I honestly didn't even think she was going to be part of the interview. Alex asked me about my life and then she asked about growing up and asked about the show and meeting. Spencer and i mean my surgery there were just so many different things and one of the biggest things in pop culture. If you are interviewing me is about lawrence. She wrote lauren up nowadays people..

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"heidi" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

"With stress management through a mindfulness instructor. Who joined us the season as well tako molly but i think what you said about just focusing on your breathing so we talk about a lot and it can make such a difference when that two years hit breathing breathing. Mindfulness Learning how to just take a minute and sometimes it was five minutes for me the emergency mindfulness app. That i for five minutes. Yeah but it was a helpful tool that you know we can take our breath everywhere right. That's right that's right absolutely for that self care for sure and with the i am. I know we share talked before. But some of those ideas around the ice. When you're talking about a quick shower doesn't have to be a lengthy bath but like a quick shower just to get refreshed changing clothes rate Especially in the cova Life you're like it's a whole new day it is. pm the just beginning. That's great will. You have just been a source of wonderful knowledge today. Heidi so glad to have you here to talk with you about this important topic which touches so many of us in many different ways but really appreciate your time and your advice so happy to be.

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"heidi" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

"The same time say to them. You know if your baby was born like let's say it's cousins that had like a due date. That was two weeks apart. And they were both full-term they'd still be doing things differently. They'd still be rolling over at different times. They're still be one parent that says many all our and you know the other ones over there going. What p didn't rollover over yet and so it's It's really unfair comparison to That that i think parents place on themselves to try to be like stretching their expectations out into the future to match. You know a baby. That was born under different circumstances and so i really just encourage people to frame their baby within the context of their baby you know within the context of The challenges that that baby in those parents have worked together to overcome. And you know full term. Babies aren't perfect either. You know they have plenty of issues. and in in terms. Of like. I don't mean to say that in a negative way but there's plenty to manage you know there's always milestones to meet and so i think if parents Can make a space for that grief Of knowing that they have to think differently. Like you were talking about Really wanting to make sure that your daughter's early intervention care was on-track like that's a big job. You know it's a. It's a lot of mental bandwidth. It's it's her you know it's just her so I think really staying focused on the child in front of you is the best way to go. It sounds simple. But i don't know i don't know a better way You know and we used to celebrate every one of those milestones. We just said anything. She did was extraordinary. We've that's right. We were so happy she could crawl up the two steps because we didn't know if she was going to be able to and celebrating each of those milestones in its own place and when it was and when it happened for her so big for us because we just celebrated every single thing that we that she did absolutely and That's you're filling. Your joy tank were killing our choice. That's for sure after working very hard. All of her early intervention care is something. We talk about so frequently. Heidi and i'm sure you talk about it a lot and sometimes i think it goes in one ear and out the other because it is so hard for parents to think about self care to a think about what that could mean. Talk to us about it. Sure i think the biggest maybe misconception about self care is that it has to be big and grand and that You know self care is kind of In recent years it's something that's marketed to people now and with that marketing.

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"heidi" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Or one of the things you've said heidi is that you allowed yourself to be so buried within you. What does that really mean. Can you get into more detail and describe to us how you truly felt of course I believe that we come in our souls get dropped into the body of a baby and from that moment we start to experience conditioning and Programming and we we experience receiving these layers that sort of cover up our soul or our authentic self and those layers are in the subconscious so as babies infants toddlers young children were going through that rapid development. And we're really sponges to everything in our environment and as we receive messages. That are not in alignment with our soul feeling whole loved worthy. We take on these layers and they start to cover us up and some people are raised in in environments where there has space held for them to be unique and their own individual self And sometimes those people don't have a lot of layers. They still have access to live from their soul to sort of uncovered. But i think for the majority of us. We experience a lot of conditioning and it feels like being buried. I mean it really feels like gosh. There's part of me. And i don't have access to that anymore because i am keeping all of these balls in the air and spinning all of these plates to be a member of this family to be a member of this community to be a member of the school to be friends with these people and so we really can experience a part where we feel so separate from our authentic self or our soul and suddenly it. Was you know we have to have a wakeup moment of wow. I'm really off course. Like i'm very detached from and then there's that ache that that is the indicator of we're where we're not whole we're not you know we're living to separate lives we're living this Were existing and we're living from this qu- representative that we've created out of all the conditioning. And then there's the soul self who has its own purpose and wants to live so uncovered And so then there is the work of going from where you are and uncovering those layers to get back to communion and harmony with yourself.

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Human Design Reader Heidi Hazen on Becoming Buried Within Yourself

Mindfulness Mode

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Human Design Reader Heidi Hazen on Becoming Buried Within Yourself

"Or one of the things you've said heidi is that you allowed yourself to be so buried within you. What does that really mean. Can you get into more detail and describe to us how you truly felt of course I believe that we come in our souls get dropped into the body of a baby and from that moment we start to experience conditioning and Programming and we we experience receiving these layers that sort of cover up our soul or our authentic self and those layers are in the subconscious so as babies infants toddlers young children were going through that rapid development. And we're really sponges to everything in our environment and as we receive messages. That are not in alignment with our soul feeling whole loved worthy. We take on these layers and they start to cover us up and some people are raised in in environments where there has space held for them to be unique and their own individual self And sometimes those people don't have a lot of layers. They still have access to live from their soul to sort of uncovered. But i think for the majority of us. We experience a lot of conditioning and it feels like being buried. I mean it really feels like gosh. There's part of me. And i don't have access to that anymore because i am keeping all of these balls in the air and spinning all of these plates to be a member of this family to be a member of this community to be a member of the school to be friends with these people and so we really can experience a part where we feel so separate from our authentic self or our soul and suddenly it. Was you know we have to have a wakeup moment of wow. I'm really off course. Like i'm very detached from and then there's that ache that that is the indicator of we're where we're not whole we're not you know we're living to separate lives we're living this Were existing and we're living from this qu- representative that we've created out of all the conditioning. And then there's the soul self who has its own purpose and wants to live so uncovered And so then there is the work of going from where you are and uncovering those layers to get back to communion and harmony with yourself.

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Japan Expands Virus Emergency After Record Spikes Amid Games

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Japan Expands Virus Emergency After Record Spikes Amid Games

"Japan has expanded a corona viruses state of emergency to formal errors in addition to Tokyo following data on high infection rates prime minister Yossi Heidi suka the declared an emergency in three regions near Tokyo as well as in the western city of Osaka affected Monday until August thirty one emergency measures already in place in Tokyo and the sudden island of Okinawa will be extended until the end of August off to the Olympics and well into the Paralympics which start on August twenty four already in place restrictions have become less effective with some Japanese define the measures as they become tired of restrictive life I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"heidi" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"It's pregnancy. what one and as someone who might not yet be done with having babies. I can't wait to take notes. Welcome to the show. Heidi i hope they can teach you something. You don't know based on the fact that you've already done this twice while all of you. I literally was watching your videos every week. I felt like i feel like i already know. You know your voice so intensely from these weekly video. Your baby is now the size of a grapefruit. Or i don't know what the fruit or the veggie was of the week but i was fascinated. And you know my kids are only eighteen months apart and you would have thought that i would have retained the knowledge having learned all of this during the first pregnancy. But i think there's like blackout brain or something that happens a pool points. I while your brain shrinks eight percent when you're pregnant now supposedly it's not Cumulative so it should not be sixteen percent for you. That's good thirty two percent of your on your fourth kid but it does. It's supposed to plump backup after pregnancy. So that's number one number two is.

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"heidi" Discussed on Elder Law Issues Podcast

Elder Law Issues Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Elder Law Issues Podcast

"Firm of. You're listening to elderlaw issues. Usually i have conversations on these regular podcasts with my partner both in practice and in and in podcasting elizabeth noble rawlins freeman. But today i'm joined by someone else from the office. Heidi house child is actually. Heidi has two different roles in our office. She is the legal assistant who is primarily responsible for probate proceedings. And she's also the property manager at flemington kurdi which is An unusual job. Description that i'm going to ask her to explain to you. Heidi thank you for sitting down and joining me with on this sharing. Thanks for inviting me. I know you're gonna have a blast for those of you. Don't have the opportunity to watch heidi right now. Oh that would be everybody but me. She's looking very nervous. Like something very bad is going to happen. I promise nothing bad is going to happen. All right heidi. I promised also our listeners. That that i would talk to you about property management. I think most law firms don't have a job title property manager But we do why. Why do we need somebody to do. Property management Because we're responsible for a lot of property for various wards and also property related to states and pro bates and trusts and property means gold bars and dubloons than sometimes. Yeah we've had a fair amount of gold bars It also can mean rodeo horses. Airplanes farms in north dakota hotels near the border Airplanes lots of houses. You name it. yeah. I'm impressed that you did real estate. We you handle a lot of real estate and not to say. That's the the core point of your property management job but that's one of the things that we do. So what do you have to do with real estate. Depending on the situation A some sometimes. At least part of the time i have to clear out a home Get it ready to list. And sometimes that's a pretty easy process on sometimes it's It's a hoarding situation. For example it might be a big job. No that we recently had a piece of real estate. Come into the office for from someone who had had been a hoarder and lived in a quite a while that we had people in have has met suits out there shoveling out. Yeah there were about one hundred mice living in the house. I didn't know that anybody counted them. Well it was a lot more than usual one. Two three Yeah so that was One of the dirtier jobs and fortunately we got has met out there to do the icky part And so now we're dealing with rodent infestation and then will i assume get the house ready to get on the market and it's not just selling houses. Sometimes we're in the business of buying houses That goes through your office right right and then just managing houses paying utilities making sure. A proper insurance is in place For cars and houses on an ongoing basis Hoa's are paid and kept happy. that type of thing cars. You mentioned we have to do with the insurance on cars. Are you in the business of buying cars for trust beneficiaries..

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"heidi" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"Limits and i will do whatever it takes to survive and There's no giving up. There's no option on that right now. No often absolutely not and You know i tell people all the time. You really need to find something that you love to do. So don't do something just because you know you might make a hundred grand on it or a hundred thousand dollars a year do something you really really really love because if you have a passion for it's going to be so much easier and can be easier to sell so because i have a huge passion for marketing and social media. It's easier for me to somebody. Because i truly believe in my services my father. It's a lot switch. Should be absolutely. I'm sure you love doing passing. I'm sure this was. You know one of your dreams and you love to do it and That's what makes everything easier especially for for me. I don't monetize my podcast yet. So it's just a labor of of having fun and love and and getting to know people network and it's it's much more than ever expected some crazy. Where are you go. Yeah and the more guests. You have more podcast you do and long as you you know stick with us then those those shares and those lakes and those views they just continue to grow somewhere right. that's it. i didn't know anything about this before. So yeah going from zero to one hundred perfect. Thank you so much for your time. I don't wanna eat up too much more your time. What's the best way for my listeners. To follow you see what you have gone on or check out the three dollar marketing program. Where thank you so much for having me on and it's been talking to your really often guy and I like that. You're right here in los angeles by either working. Fine me on my instagram. My handle is at heidi cortez or heidi cortez. Dot com and The grill or martha close is three dollars. Marketing club dot com and We're really excited about the marketing club. I just Status for it. So thank you so much for saying that. The price was too good to be true. I mean it's definitely the real deal and I kinda joke around with people i say. Oh you're right. It's not going to be three dollars forever. you know. If you don't find now it might be nine next year. That'd be a twenty five percent increase so well that's okay you know The dollar the dollar shave club's not a dollar anymore but yeah no we. It really is free dollars so you can learn every single major marketing knicks ever. We've we do Five caffeine we teach on At the oh email marketing Yeah i mean it's it's a whole full-service package. Yes possibly ever think of and each month we give you a step by step guide to help your your employees club with service directly into your business. So it's not like you just watch these courses and you're like okay great or do with it. We step by step guide. When we own a franchise where you buy sanchis. They say exactly how to do it. That's what we do. We tell you exactly how to Succeed with these marketing sacred. It's an advice that we're telling you so. We make very simple that anybody can learn so it doesn't matter what kind of business you have if you have an online business if you are denosov as the restaurant is a matter. We're gonna show you how to do all the marketing yourself and don't have to pay the big greedy Big marketing and it. The one nice thing. i'll tell you to his. You can cancel it any time. It's not a lot you can't live anytime We joke about that. We can canceled anytime but yeah we know we. We don't care. We actually Salary but if they don't believe that the course that they just learned is worth a hundred times more than what they say please contact. We'll give you right back at three dollars. We we don't care at all. We will be embarrassed if you don't think working you know That that's what we want to just one to make it so simple so easy no risk. Let's just all try. And make our businesses pathogen and succeed and not all sounds like a plan i will. I will check it out myself and throw in some good words so feeder so great nuccio and Good luck on your podcast and Everything that you're doing To putting this as well on my social media really appreciate that so no problem. We'll stay in touch and Have a great rest of the day. thank you bye..

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"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Like I was thrilled to be able to get paid a half a million dollars just for being a drug addict and them giving me basically treatment. She's in two thousand nine. Heidi fleiss was sentenced to three years of probation for felony. Drug charges stemming from her arrest in world nevada town was which is where she lives she agreed to a plea deal which gave her the chance to basically have the convictions dismissed from her record if she remained out of trouble in two thousand thirteen fleiss avoided a night and but faced other charges including possession of controlled substances with intent to sell after three hundred and ninety. Two marijuana. plants were found on her property so basically she still gotten in trouble with drugs both selling and using and the. This has definitely been a problem. That's plagued her. Fleiss admits openly to still using meth This the charges that she faced. She never went back to jail for them. Never went back to prison But she says that she still uses math in fact one of the things she says. Is i snort meth like. I'm drinking a cup of coffee. I don't stay up. All night doing rails. I have birds to feed in the morning. So what does she referring to the birds all right. Well let's talk about some of the inside business here. I mean i was giving you the personal stuff but there are some other stuff that happened with her life. After the trial in two thousand five she announced plans to open a brothel called. Heidi fleiss his stud farm and it was going to be in nevada right. That's why she went to nevada. It's legal in nevada right. Yeah of course. She was going to partner with dennis hof. Do you know who dentist's office dennis. Hof was the bunny ranch owner Right so she was going to partner with him who was briefly her fiance. She's half actually Later would die of a heart attack in two thousand eighteen but fleiss basically moves from hollywood to nevada where she lives on a bird sanctuary and she cares for parrots okay. How did she get into this. She moved nevada. And i think she was going for this. Whole stud farm thing. Why is it in happen. She said that she basically they were just too many like too many Like there was like a zoning issue and then there was this issue. And you know i guess. Nobody wanted to help support. The madame start a brothel and she just realized it was going to be more than it was kind of worth and she had a neighbor. I guess this neighbor had birds like all these rescue birds and the neighbor was actually taken out one night by like a hospital amblin. She got really sick and passed away..

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"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

"She had the most high-powered clients. I mean she had the biggest hottest. La brothel saying in two thousand fifteen. It was posted on ebay that her address book was up for sale. The seller not accepting anything less than one hundred thousand dollars was heidi fleiss the seller. She was in and she would have it. She said it was either stolen or like it was fake. Okay although i read that. The listing includes some original pages and who knows. I don't know where her book is. Who knows if someone actually did get a hold of it or had pages. They were holding it. You know. there wasn't very much information on the seller though and it looks like it really didn't go through because there was no way of proving if this was actually her book and fleiss said that it was not in two thousand and nineteen said that she wanted to reveal a client due to feeling betrayed by him but she ended up never doing so and she said basically that she just felt like that book was private and nobody else's business. One of the things about heidi is that heidi is she is. She does what she wants to do. She says what she want. You know she's she's not afraid I heard her also say you know. I'm just not likeable. But that's really okay. I'm dying to know what she's doing now. A lot of weird stuff going on after okay. So let's talk about now that we gave you a little bit or black book. And i know it took a step forward but i'm going to go back to when she left jail and that was in nineteen ninety nine after serving just a couple years. She served twenty months twenty month. Oh not even okay. Yeah no. She served seven years when she left jail in nineteen ninety nine. She started dating the actor. Tom sizemore do you know who he is. You have to look him up. he's famous. he's you'll know when you see him. He's been he's been in a lot of war movies. I actually think he's a really good actor but sizemore unfortunately also has a bad reputation. Two thousand and three sizemore was convicted of one count of physically abusing heidi and on several charges of harassing her during an interview. Fleiss said no one will have more disgusting stories in hollywood then him fleiss added. I have dealt with a lot of people doing a lot of different things. It's different with tom. He's a whole other level but she was dating him well. This was after a as..

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"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

"The detectives even borrowed a yari. Help sell their cover story. They were like you know recommend looking for women. They introduce themselves as businessmen and suggested they could try to do business in the future so they started off by getting her phone number that night but then they got ready basically to conduct a sting at the beverly hilton hotel suite and this is the sting operation that resulted in heidi's arrests. So what happened at the sting while they had four police officers posing as japanese businessmen and they had hidden cameras and they made a call to fleiss and requested four girls. And so heidi sent four girls over to entertain them and basically the girls came into the room and the police officers said that as soon as they started to undress which. I don't think took very long. They called it. Essentially the officers. Everyone came in and it was a big boss. Everyone these these underage girls girls now and that wasn't an issue they were. They were young and they were all of age but basically they arrested the girls there and then they had another team at heidi's house waiting to arrest her so it was a sting happening as soon as the girls undressed and they stopped it..

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"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"heidi" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing in nature. Listener. discretion is advised at just twenty two years old. This hollywood madam earned one million dollars in her first four months of running an upscale prostitution ring. But how long would she stay on top and win eventually caught. Would she trade. The one thing in the world that would guarantee her freedom. This is the heidi fleiss story. Am hi megan. What's shakin nothing happy to see you. So i'm going to ask you if you know heidi fleiss..

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"heidi" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"heidi" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"L. me a little bit about being airborne traffic reporter. Were you in a in a plane or helicopter. My first day after who never forget it. They need somebody to fly. And i had i had applied for this job. And you know it was just kind of part-time villain and it was a snowstorm. And i was expecting at the time. Never forget it. Because i was expecting a helicopter that was the equivalent of the show. Air wolf you know you know and you know they were like well have you been. Hello yeah yeah. And then i got there and it looks like the mash helicopter president. Dave cianci dennis loves radio and all of his radio friends. Hey everybody because she loves everybody. I'd like to welcome. Idee raphael and before you say hi. Heidi lemme intro you properly. Heidi's.

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