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Who Leads in Small Donations?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:28 min | 1 hr ago

Who Leads in Small Donations?

"Sweeping generalization time, senator, I have this morning because it's giving Tuesday. We've given I have given the fetching misses Hewitt and I have given to angel tree the banner of which is over at the top of Hugh Hewitt dot com. Semper 5 fun Fisher house in the Gary Denise foundation. That's because I lost the Ohio State Michigan bet to Larry though I contribute to all three of those organizations as well. So we are in the giving mode on giving Tuesday. But we also have a couple of churches to support one on each coast. Do you think that maybe Democrats lead in small donors because a lot of the Republican small donors are tithing first? I think that's a real possibility. I mean, regular churchgoers certainly tend to vote Republican and they understandably put their own churches first for political giving as I think is appropriate. It's also possible for you that just inflation by our voters a little bit more. Democratic voters is that our voters who are kind of normal working class to parent families struggle when inflation is at 8% year over year in a way that wealthy democratic donors and not just Hollywood, tycoons or Wall Street tycoons. But two couple income and the Washington D.C. area where one is a diversity consultant and one's a green energy lobbyist. They don't have the same kind of pinch of inflation that a lot of our Republican supporters across the country have. Now,

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Why Georgia Is Pivital for Senate Republicans

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 1 hr ago

Why Georgia Is Pivital for Senate Republicans

"All right, I want to switch over to George, I just talked to ronna mcdaniel. They've got 400 RNC staffers down there. Everybody is going to help out Herschel. But people need to know, they got to vote early this week until Friday at 6 or next Tuesday. How important is a 50 50 Senate as opposed to a Democrat majority of 51 49 Tom cotton? Vitally important to there's a lot of things that we can do in a 50 50 Senate to slow down in some cases stop the most extreme elements of the Biden agenda along with the House majority to stop the most extreme nominees. You know, we've done that in a few cases here where one democratic senator ball for you to publicly or privately is much harder to stop those radical left wingers if it takes two democratic senators bucking their own president. But even more important to you than control of the United States Senate is who will represent the people of Georgia for the next 6 years. This is about being Georgia's voice and Herschel Walker will be a voice for sanity for stable prices and a strong growing economy for tough on crime policies or secure border and a proud strong America in the world. We know what Raphael Warnock will do. He has been a radical, radical, left wing ideologue, and a rubber stamp for Joe Biden's agenda. So for the people of Georgia, this could not be a more pressing decision.

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Musk Claims Apple Threatens to Remove Twitter From App Store

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01:26 min | 1 hr ago

Musk Claims Apple Threatens to Remove Twitter From App Store

"Senator cotton, I do want to talk with you about Apple and Twitter. Elon Musk has said today that Apple is considering moving Twitter from removing Twitter from the App Store, how does that strike you? How would you respond to that? I think that would be a very ill advised decision like in book and Apple. I understand that he may not care for Elon Musk, maybe he's a little envious of Elon's Musk massive success as a businessman, but remove a widely used social media app from Apple's App Store simply because he has political disagreements with Elon Musk or the direction he's taking Twitter would simply be inviting aggressive legislative and regulatory action in Washington. Now, senator, I note that you are a fairly frequent user of Twitter as is your team over at the senator's office. Have you noticed any difference in Elon Musk took over? I have not. I haven't noticed a single thing different. Now here, the only difference I've noticed is a bunch of liberals predicting that Twitter is about to collapse into frozen dysfunction in any moment now. And I think that that was maybe two weeks ago when it was predicted to happen a few days later. So the predictions are increasingly wrong. Now you're proven wrong, but you know, I probably put my money on the guy that sends rockets to the moon.

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Who Is Nick Fuentes?

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01:33 min | 19 hrs ago

Who Is Nick Fuentes?

"Jake, let's first talk about Nick Fuentes. Would you know Nick Fuentes? And by the way, I've condemned the president meeting with him. I know about him because he's harassed Ben Shapiro for years, anti semitic white supremacist, not the 24 years old. Would you know him if you bumped into him on a train? I would, yes, because I've seen him in media coverage in recent in the last couple of years. I might recognize him now before this I've only seen him harassing Ben Shapiro and crosswalks and saying his vile disgusting things. Do you think president Trump has any staff at all down there that vets whoever comes in to Mar-a-Lago? It's a public restaurant. And I know Kanye is himself a menace to civil discourse, but do you think he would have known it was Nick Fuentes? I have no idea Ben Shapiro had an interesting tweet, which I thought was pretty apt, which was basically he said. I'm going to miss I'm not going to misquote because I got to pull it up. He said, a good way to act a good way to not accidentally dine with a vile racist and anti semite, you don't know, is not to dine with a vile racist. I said, you do know. That's well put. And Kanye has gone there now and really flying the full freak flag on Jews, but the Nick Fuentes has been there a long time. I'm just wondering as a litmus test, whether or not people know who he is. They will now. But I just can't understand not having a team of people to vet the people who walk in to Mar-a-Lago.

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Is Chris Sununu Running for President?

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01:28 min | 19 hrs ago

Is Chris Sununu Running for President?

"Where did you catch up with Christian uno? No, what was one of the rare phone interviews? Oh, that's fine. And what did he say to you? Is he running for president? If you read the story, kind of hedges on that. You know, I don't think it means this time, but I think that it's not something off the table for the future for new new. And I think this really interesting because he's charismatic, he's run and won four times. Now, a New Hampshire governor's term is only two years long. However, that's still four elections that you have to run in. And he's won. And he's right, he has governed as a conservative. He's not only run as a conservative, he has governed as a conservative. And successfully, in a state that is very, very independent, if people don't know this in the state of New Hampshire, more people are registered independent voters than they are Republican or Democrat. And so, you know, it's not an easy thing to just go ahead in a way. You don't just walk out and say, yeah, I'm running again, you guys. You have to work pretty hard for that.

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Donald Trump Has Dinner With 'Ye' and Known White Supremacist

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00:49 sec | 19 hrs ago

Donald Trump Has Dinner With 'Ye' and Known White Supremacist

"Trump in hot water for meeting with the known anti semite Nick Fuentes. I don't know much about Nick Fuentes all I ever saw them was a video of him. Harassing Ben Shapiro and his family, I assume because Ben with Jewish, I don't know, but I think that's it. I don't know if the former president has any advanced staff at all if he does. They've got to be fired and if he doesn't, he got to ask himself whether or not he wants to continue to be seen with known anti semites and white supremacists, Nick Fuentes is not a Kanye sort of nuts person, Kanye, I wouldn't be seen with either, but or at yay as he's called by Yi, as you saw by many people online. I wouldn't go to dinner with him either, but Nick Fuentes really, mister president. You need a staff. You really do need a staff. You don't sit down with that guy.

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China Rocked by Protests Over "Zero-COVID" Lockdowns,

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:29 min | 19 hrs ago

China Rocked by Protests Over "Zero-COVID" Lockdowns,

"There is a lot of news this morning, primarily having to do with China, China is buckling under protests across the country. Shanghai rock by protesters zero COVID anger spreads, according to the Financial Times, also in the financial time, China rocked by protesters zero COVID anger spreads that got talks about Shanghai in this one after ten people died in an apartment fire in urm key where they were welded into their apartment complex because of zero COVID policy. New York Times picks up on that after a deadly blaze. A surge of defiance against China's COVID policies, the telegraph has the same thing, watch Chinese protesters call for Xi Jinping to resign as anti lockdown in March of sweep the nation. So we'll be watching on China today to see the secret police come out and remove everyone. It's the most unrest in that communist dictatorship since the Tiananmen Square protest of 1989. We know how that turned out but they were all in one place, so the country was able to mobilize that kind of army response, and they probably can do the same at a variety of places around the country, but people have had it with their zero cut. It doesn't work. And what China is worried about is that their vaccine, the homegrown China vaccine doesn't do anything. And their healthcare system will be overwhelmed like ours was two years ago because they haven't used the right vaccine. They don't want to admit that their doesn't work.

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What Does Former Senator Jim Talent Think of the 'Hugh Rule'?

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01:08 min | 5 d ago

What Does Former Senator Jim Talent Think of the 'Hugh Rule'?

"Jim talent. Do you know Mike Rogers, the former congressman from Michigan? Yes. He's considering a run for president and I know Mike and Mike's been a gift. I would not let him on the debate stage. I've got a new I call it the Michelle bachmann rule, which is if you don't have a path to the presidency, we're not putting you on the debate stage, no matter how well meaning you are or what you can contribute if you don't have a path, we're not doing it. What do you think of the hue role? I like it you, although what we could do and I would prefer this format anyway is to break them up into three or four candidates at a time and do a more informal sort of sit around the table, have a discussion with good moderators. And if you did that, you could loosen it a little bit. People who were legitimate, I mean, really sound people, but didn't have a didn't have a payout. But no, I think we have to begin exercising discipline in debate formats. I mean, the point is to inform the people not to give everybody who wants one, you know, a few moments to talk about what they believe.

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Hugh Isn't Buying Sam Bankman-Fried's Mea Culpa Apology

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00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Hugh Isn't Buying Sam Bankman-Fried's Mea Culpa Apology

"Many articles on Sam, bankman free. Sam bankman fried ran FTX as a personal teacher, according to the Financial Times. FTX assets still missing as the firm begins bankruptcy process, according to The New York Times. This, from the Financial Times as well, Sam bankman fried issues a mayor couple letter to former FTX employees, calling them family. We frantically put everything together. It claimed Pierre, the position, it's just this nonsense. It's gobbledygook. I deeply regret my oversight failure. I lost track of the most important things in the commotion of company growth. I don't actually think that's true. Not when you've got a $120 million worth of Bahama pads. Nope, not buying that. You didn't have anything all of a sudden you think it's your money? Nope.

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The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU

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01:21 min | 5 d ago

The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU

"A meanwhile, The New York Times eager to blame any spread of COVID on you. If you use anything they consider to be a far right platform, that includes gap. Now I don't use gab, but I don't know what's on gab. All I know is that it's a year after omicron surge officials see a reduced COVID threat this winter, who are the officials, Anthony Fauci, does anyone care no? Really? I mean, I've never seen such shattered credibility from the public health agencies ever. A lasting legacy of COVID far right platform spreading health myth. Now, I think that's absurd. Here I am, a conservative talk show host center Wright, perhaps got my two boosters, told this in the beginning, get your two vaccines, got your three boosters. I've got them still haven't had COVID. I fully expect somewhere down the road. I will get it, and I help my immune system has developed the necessary antibodies. No misinformation, there is a tunnel full of people who want to worry about that and that they're fine, but they don't do it on right wing. They find each other everywhere. You don't need to say this is a conspiracy theory. It's not. The CDC dropped the ball the FDA dropped the ball. Parts of the Trump administration originally, while they were doing warp speed, dropped the ball on the communications because they were being driven by Tony Fauci. And now the entire government is wrapped up in trying to prove that they didn't do anything wrong. In fact, public health completely botched the entire pandemic.

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Another Aspect of the Crypto World Is Tottering

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00:59 min | 5 d ago

Another Aspect of the Crypto World Is Tottering

"In my news items from John Ellis this morning, one in which I had put on Twitter. I believe you will see that another aspect of the crypto world is tottering. There are a lot that are on the edge as the coinbase global Inc shares at an all time low amid rising investor skittishness over how far the fallout from the exchange FTX and solvency might spread. The largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange stock dropped as much as 10.3% to $40 and 61 cents before it recovered a little bit only last 9% on Monday. Bitcoin is down 65%, coinbase shares by contrast to the $40 61 cent price yesterday. In April of 2021, we're at $429. You're seeing a lot of wealth go away. As the recession begins.

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What's Next for the Ukrainians?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | Last week

What's Next for the Ukrainians?

"Let's get right to the essential thing, which is the Ukrainian winter offensive. Two stories about this in The New York Times that Ukraine expects to go over to the offensive. Now, I don't, I'm not a military experience. I just read the books about the winter war in Finland. And the Russians, you know, what do you think are the odds that any significant change in the battlefield will occur now that winter is descending upon Russia and its neighbor Ukraine? I think the odds of a significant shift are low, but not impossible because of the ongoing collapse of Russian brow. Having said that, you are sufficiently tuned in to military tactics to know that offense is. One is to three meetings. You got to have three times as many troops on offensive overcome a dug in component and that's why the Russians had a lot of trouble at the front end of the Ukrainian defense, Russia didn't have that three to one ratio overwhelmed them. Now, down south, the Ukrainians who have to come up with the three to one. But here's how they're compensated. They're using special force brilliantly. They are used in the advanced Thrones. They are maneuvering around and cutting out supply lines. So there's a balance there. What I'm watching also suited to kind of conclude an overview is the electric grid on the Ukrainian side. You know, in a sense, we're in a tale of two wars here. One is the groundwork to the south. Ukrainian winning. But in the air war over you in the strike against the electric grid going into the winter very significant. That's the other war we ought to be focused on.

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What's Next for Republicans After Midterm Mess?

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02:01 min | Last week

What's Next for Republicans After Midterm Mess?

"Byron. Do you think people are going to line up to jump on a bandwagon among activists and donors? Well, there are a lot of them who do not want president Trump to either run or to win the Republican nomination. So does that mean they're going to jump on somebody else's bandwagon? I don't know. I do believe at the moment the governor of Sanders is far, far ahead of anybody else. So I think it's entirely possible. Yeah, people will actually actively support candidates in this. That will be the money primary is always important. The consultant primary is underway. I think now let me go to the RNC. It's a unique electorate, a 168 members of the Republican National Committee elect their chair. I like ronna mcdaniel. I think she's done a fine job as chairwoman for four years, and I don't like changing chair people because they ought to be a ministerial offices, not executive offices. In other words, I'm going to be a trustee for the party and running our operations between now and 2024. It's two years away. What do you think? Is she going to win reelection and do other candidates think she will be fair? Because she's awfully close with Donald Trump, but I also think she's very fair. Well, you know, I think it's not simply administrative or ministerial at all. The RNC does make policy. Remember the ill fated autopsy after Mitt Romney's laws. You're the only one, Byron, but go ahead. You're right. Reince priebus was chairman of the RNC at that point. And they went into a lot of them thought, I think I thought illogically, but they thought that Mitt Romney is going to be able to beat the incumbent president and when he didn't, they had this autopsy and said, we're never, ever. This is simply an operations review that we're making. We're not going to suggest policy in the immediately come out and so they have to support comprehensive immigration reform. So it was a disaster all the way around.

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Gearing up for 2024

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01:53 min | Last week

Gearing up for 2024

"It is that week. It's that week where we remind you every week that the game is Saturday. There might be Thanksgiving between now and the game, but it's really all about the game. I believe Byron York is an agnostic about Ohio State in Michigan as I am neutral about all the Republicans who were in Las Vegas. Am I right about that Byron you don't give a dog on about the whole state of Michigan or Ohio? That is absolutely let's say that for, but I don't care about the higher state in Michigan. I was raised with Alabama and auburn, which is a much more important contest in my humble opinion. Well, it's definitely not this year. I don't think you're going to find many people are going to rally to the Byron York point of view there. But what did Byron New York think about Las Vegas and the first of many candidate parades of 2023 24? Actually, here is something I would very much like to get to your opinion on, which is I'm sure you've watched several of Donald Trump's rallies over the past 6 months. And there are critics who say, well, they're not quite as spirited as they used to be, et cetera. But they're pretty as performances. Let's just talk as performance. They're actually pretty impressive. And when you put him next to anybody, other than Ron DeSantis, perhaps, but also Ron DeSantis, just as a performer on the stump. You put Trump next to Mike Pompeo or Ron DeSantis or Mike Pence or Nikki Haley if she changes her mind and decides to run against Donald Trump. Would you have a 2016 situation in which one of the performers is so much stronger than the others? That there's a bit of an imbalance there.

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Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

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01:59 min | Last week

Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

"Welcome back, America two here at David and drucker. I didn't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan either because he is from California, but he was in Las Vegas last week for the first Republican candidate walk. It sort of like a fashion show and all the Republican candidates show up and this time it was the Republican Jewish coalition headed up by our old friend norm Coleman. David good, Thanksgiving week to you. What did you learn in Las Vegas? I tweeted out your article, but you tell us. It was very interesting weekend. I think what struck me the most is that there is a lot of consideration now and very open public consideration of whether or not they want, whether or not Republican activists and donors, but not just donors, but activists, people who knock on doors, all of that stuff. Want Donald Trump to continue to be the titular head of the party. He's obviously the FrontRunner for the 2024 nomination having announced he's a former president. He's got a very strong relationship with the Republican base. But after three consecutive electoral defeats, particularly this last one stinging because of how it unfolded and the opportunities that were there for Republicans, there was just a lot of talk about wanting fresh leadership continue the former president's policies by and large, but somebody fresh. I got that. Not just Rome Republicans who want to take his place, like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley. I talked to a number of Republicans, not Haley, but a number of the names that I just listed. But also just talking to the activists that were there. And I think people need to keep in mind the Republican Jewish coalition initially skeptical of Trump in the 2016 campaign really warm to him quite immensely because his record in the Middle East and as it relates to Israel and Iran and everything else in that region of the world was stellar from their point of view and very accomplished from their point of view. So it's not like, well, they never really liked them anyway. If you became a fan favorite.

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Twitter Is Still Standing

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01:20 min | Last week

Twitter Is Still Standing

"Know you like I quit Twitter. How long ago did you quit your Twitter account? It's going on three years. Mine too. A little over three years, and I understand you quit the same reason I did the toxicity of it all, not to mention, of course, suppression and other things like that. Now that you see some changes being made, I'm curious. I came back about three weeks ago. I went ahead and restarted an account. I lost all my followers have to restart from scratch now, but I feel like it's worth a shot. And now that over the weekend, president Trump has been invited to come back, he has an accepted yet. Jordan Peterson is back, the project veritas account is back. Would you consider coming back to the platform now that it's under new management and some of that toxicity has been exported? Maybe? I'm not quite sure yet. I do think it's hysterical. The amount of people that, first of all, I thought it was going to be over and shut down over the weekend. I thought that was pretty funny. And then I thought it was pretty funny in how the elite are about, you know, free speech. And so I have found that humorous. But it would have to dramatically change on that site. Yeah,

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Free Speech Wins Via Twitter

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00:37 sec | Last week

Free Speech Wins Via Twitter

"Re instated to Twitter in the last 24 to 40 8 hours, are Donald Trump, project veritas, James O'Keefe's organization, which has done some extraordinary investigative journalism to expose so many things on the left. Project veritas is back. And so is doctor Jordan Peterson as well. Who is, you know, again, was so is Andrew Tate, the firebrand social media influencer whose popularity is extraordinary, but who was banned by previous Twitter because some people found his tweets to be offensive. Free speech wins.

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Elon Musk Reinstates Donald Trump to Twitter

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00:40 sec | Last week

Elon Musk Reinstates Donald Trump to Twitter

"Donald John Trump has been invited to return to Twitter, and the left is going ballistic. They have lost their minds. Donald Trump has not returned to Twitter, but just the notion, the Gaul that the 45th president would be allowed would be invited that Elon Musk would allow this this terrible monster to share the Twitter space with everyone else. It's just too much for so many of them to bear. They are going crazy, and I think it's only appropriate that we kind of increase their misery. And I'm going to give you as much Donald Trump today as I can possibly give you. I'm going to go

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03:16 min | 2 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"I don't think the people of this country would stand for it. Now, I want to go to China, which you just mentioned. You're a real estate guy first and forever. Have you looked at the Chinese real estate market? Do you think it's going to collapse? Well, it could very well collapse. China is not doing very well right now. One of the reasons is because I put on tariffs the likes of which nobody's ever seen before, not one president took in ten cents of tariffs or of taxes or if anything, no money ever came from China to the U.S.. What I did is I put on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of tariffs coming into the United States that pay tax. And Biden, as much as he wants to do it for his friends, pays his son and him a fortune, Biden is finding a hard time taking those tariffs off so much money is coming in. And if they took it off, we'd lose our steel industry almost immediately and would lose a lot. So because of what I've done, they're having a hard time. And China would love to get those tariffs taken off that. If the real estate market begins to crumble in China, as it is already beginning to crumble. It's an Alice items this morning, the news items by John Ellis, and I just think it's a very dire situation. Will it impact the United States real estate market? Do you think? It could, and it could also make it better. But also make it better. People are going to invest in the United States. If we're smart, it'll make it better. People will want to be in the United States. We can not let China continue to rip off. You know, when I came in, they were doing $536 billion worth of deficits with China. And I turned things around and those tariffs have been a godsend and it's really, I mean, it saved our steel industry. I still you could speak to anybody in the steel industry. They'll tell you Trump saved us. We wouldn't have a steel plant open. If I didn't put 25 and 50% tariffs on all the steel coming in from China, where they were dumping it in order to destroy our cylinder industry. They were dumping it so that our steel industry would be destroyed. It wouldn't be able to compete. And when I did those tariffs, we saved our entire seal industry and now they're doing well, actually. Hey everyone, this is Dwayne Patterson, producer of the Hugh Hewitt show. I've known for a while now that there's been far too much of me here in the studio and I finally needed to do something about my weight. My excuse was always that I couldn't follow a plan with the crazy schedule that I keep. I heard about PhD weight loss and nutrition in how they customize their program for each client, and I decided to call. This was no problem for Rachel in the PhD team. They had me map out what my day looks like and created a plan to follow. And so far, I've lost 16 pounds already and I'm just two weeks in on the way to my goal of losing 45. Call PhD weight loss and nutrition at age 6 four 6 four four 1900 and make your appointment for your consultation. The plan is simple, it's based on science and nutrition, there's no pills or injections, and they even include 80% of your food if you want it. Call them right now at 8 6 four 6 four four 1900 or find them online at my PhD weight loss dot com. And tell him you heard about it from Duane that producer Hugh actually has on the Hugh Hewitt show..

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05:46 min | 3 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Doctor Oz, can I pause there? I told this story yesterday. I remember the fetching misses Hewitt and I remember taking the last coupon in my University of Michigan law school alone and paying it off and saying, done. And feeling satisfied. I think this is a disaster, but we got one minute left. I want to get to the border. Does the border matter to Pennsylvania? Not the northern border, but the southern border. Huge, every state say, border state because of fentanyl. Here's what's happening. When the John federman of the world, boldly state, they want an open border with sanctuary cities. What they're really doing is giving money to the cartels because the cartels Mexican cartels are running human trafficking operations. When we have an open border, they'll run hundreds of thousands of people across it, make money, take their money by fentanyl from China and bring that across with the human beings. Now we've got so much fentanyl pulling into the country. We had a 100,000 people die last year. Most of young people that's four times more than under the age of 50 from COVID. And in Pennsylvania, where top 5 in the country dental deaths, it is destroying our rural areas. We have to shut the border down. And if we do shut the border down, it opens up an opportunity to increase legal immigration, like my father was able to benefit from, bring the right people into the country, control the border. It's an obligation we have to our people. Doctor Oz, thank you for a very straightforward, long interview, longer than Stephanie roll did with federman, no edits. It was live. It was live, not live to take, not edited. Doctor Oz, I appreciate your joining me. Come back often. Pennsylvania race in the center of the country's political heart. Thank you, Doctor Oz. I'll be right back, America stay tuned. My friends in Colorado and he's got the wind at his back. Good morning, Joe. Welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt show. Thanks so much for having me on, really love really love coming on with you, Dan. You know, we cover Colorado very, very close. I've got so many friends back to Wayne allard and bill. And I just, I just want people to know that you're the real deal. What do you think of the student loan forgiveness? Well, to be honest with you, it's not forgiveness. It's a transfer. I mean, who's paying for it? Working American. That's who's going to end up paying the bill. I went to safety meeting at my company, had about 40 employees there the other morning. And was asking them how they felt about paying somebody else's tuition. I didn't know if I was going to get out of there alive here. They're really upset. This is working Americans that made the decision to not go to school and now they got to pay somebody else's tuition. It's just wrong. It's just wrong at every level. When I came over to Colorado to teach for Bill Armstrong, I had Colorado Christian university. Those kids had jobs. Those kids were working. Some of them had loans and they were paying them off even as they worked in the college. And they were at 5 and 6 year students. This is so unconstitutional as well as being so unfair. I'm sure they're going to, they're going to have a vote on it, Congress. Somebody is going to stop this. But it's just outrageous that Biden thinks he can get away with this. And it's pandering to voters. I mean, that's the most ridiculous thing. Here we are 60 days out from an election and he's given away money trying to Garner up some votes. So Michael Bennett is your opponent. The invisible senator, he kind of tried to distance himself sort of from the president's program on student loans. The president didn't even mention it in Pennsylvania on Tuesday night he's embarrassed by it. Are you going to debate Michael Ben because you're going to win that debate on the issues? He votes with Joe Biden every single time he votes. Yeah, we've reached out. We've challenged him that I think four or 5 different places that we said we'd meet in heck on medium at a bar downtown Denver. Let's get it on and talk about the issues and that's what working Americans here in Colorado want to hear. They want to talk about what we're going to do about inflation. They want to talk about what we're going to do about price of gas, price of milk, price of groceries. They want to know what's going to happen with this crime that's out of control here. And I've challenged them, but it's been crickets. Let's talk about the crime in Denver. You know, I'm on in Denver on 7 ten K in U.S.. Denver is a problem when it comes to going downtown. When I was there 5 years ago, it was even a little bit sketchy then, but now I understand it's really quite bad. Well, COVID's done a number on the business of downtown and a lot of them have left and the reason they've left is because it's not safe. And they don't want to come back until we get some things in place. We got a border that's leaking like a sieve, we got record numbers of fentanyl, human trafficking and drug cartels coming straight up by 25. And they're in our neighborhoods now. They're killing our kids. We've lost 1700 Colorado kids here in the last year to fentanyl and meth. It's unprecedented. And we've got to do something. Biden and Bennett have got it wrong. We've got to close this border down and get crime under control. Well, that's question Joe day. I loved it. The first time he came on, he said, you employed 300 Colorado families. Democrats noticed that. They tried to take out in the primary. They don't want to run against the job creator. Are you hanging on to that message? Are you telling people you created jobs, Michael Bennett is killing him? You bet. I mean, the Democrats create dependency. We've been creating opportunity for years and that's what we'll continue to do. They're coming after my company next. They've already started passing us. It's unbelievable. I've created such a team over there as CEI. And they do such great work. You know, pick on me, don't pick on my company. What is the website for the campaign job? People want to help you. You think again, it's Joe of day dot com. J O E O DEA dot com. The only thing keeping me from being the next U.S. senator of Colorado is resources. I can use all the help I can get. We're putting all that money on TV to get our message out. He is a regular Joe. He is a great candidate. I think he's going to be the next senator in the long tradition of Colorado, sending folks who will represent folks well..

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04:10 min | 3 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"That's what I think it is. Bret baier, we will be watching. We will be taping Fox News special report tonight and your analysis both before and after the presidential address. It's a major political moment. There's no place better to watch it than Fox News with Bret baier. Thank you, Brett. Don't give strike. Meanwhile. Never give stroke to dick Howard. I think getting strokes to Brit maybe dangerous, but it's not a dangerous destruction that counter. And I really do believe there is something to the golf story. There really is something in the gulf story. I'm a terrible golfer. I have given the game up, I wasn't, well, I was terrible in high school, but I hung around in the 15 handicap area. I hung around and occasionally, I have a clipping, my kids did not believe that I shot a 39 in high school golf match. They were adamantly opposed to the belief that I had done that. So I had to call my friend Philip. In Florida, text him, and my son does not believe I shot a 39, and he replied, tell your son. That it isn't a phenomenon that occurred, and I was there. It's like a UFO. He saw, he lined up every putt, actually. Philip is one of my closest friends and a wonderful lawyer. And he was my high school golf match. You have two golfers and two golfers from one high school and another. And I can't see anything. I still can't see anything. So fairway, that's his nickname that tells you about her. That's his nickname. I have one friend whose nickname is wedge. And another friend whose nickname is rupe for a center Fielder for the Indians, and a third friend whose nickname is fairway. Who do you want to be? Do you want to be wedge? That's the Adam flapping. Do you want to be wedge? Do you want to be rupe? Or do you want to be fairway? You want to be fairway. So I told fairway. Confirm or deny and he confirmed that I had a 39. And I have the Warren tribune chronicle report on it because I called it in. I wanted that in print because no one was ever going to believe me on that. And then after I resolved when I moved back east, I was going to get the game back 6 months later after a lesson that I said, forget this. Life is just too doggone short. I am not playing golf anymore. There are too many bandits, too much robbery occurs on golf courses in America. I wish the FBI would investigate Hauser for his golf stuff rather than, well, never mind. I'll be right back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt, stay tuned. Digging digging this is how we dig the ground in our garden in our garden digging digging this is how we dig the ground early in the morning. Always holding this is how we hold welcome back America garden when you have had the grandkids for a month. For August. All 5 of them. And one of them is three. And as Genghis Kate, she controls what you listen to. So we listen to Rafi a lot. And honestly, I don't know how long it will take to recover from this. Put it away. It's sort of like a small world in Duane. He was trapped on a small world for three hours once got around 49 times. And generally simo, when he triggered, tried 12, buddy. Was it 12 hours? And you only got 49 rides down in 12 hours. It was 49. I was there. So what? Do I have the clip? Do we have the clip? Can we play the clip? No, we don't have the clip. We have the clip. I broadcast live from Disneyland. 17 years ago. It was 17 years ago, but 17 years ago, you went around 49 times. You were not done. You were desperate at the end. Do we have the spider Adam? Do we have the spider? We gotta have the spider if we don't have the I don't think we have the spider eater. I think we lost that. You are, you are Stassi. You are Putin. You are just, you're a racing files left and right. I'm not there to protect my board. You won't give me a board..

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03:26 min | 4 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"What's that tell you, Michael share Connecticut? Yeah, well, that's historically a good way to kind of get a sense of how things are going is whether is whether parties are choosing or able to divert their money to places that they don't normally compete in because they feel so secure in the places that they do usually compete in. And that's certainly the case with a place like Connecticut. So I think the, like I say, I don't think there's a lot of people who are who are putting on rose colored glasses about this election. Okay, my last question. This is subjective. Has a president in common president ever faced a worse first by election in your memory. Then Joe Biden is facing now. I mean, it's the worst. I'm sure that somebody will call in to remind me of another time. I mean, president Trump 2010 for Obama was bad. 2010. That's what I was going to say. I was in the room when president Obama, I think that was in 2010. That was the shellacking, right? The thumb thing was 2006, but that was that was bush's thumping. 63 House seats in 2010. I don't think I don't think Biden can actually lose 63 House seats. I don't think that's possible. But I think he can lose 6 house. I think he can lose 6 or 7 Senate seats. I mean, you know, part of what happened in 2010 was a real sense that politics on the Republican side with the Tea Party was changing and there was a real movement that was a new movement that had given a lot of energy behind the Republican Republican contests across the country and a reaction to the healthcare pushed by president Obama. You have a sense this time that it's less of a new movement and more of a kind of generalized dissatisfaction because of the economic problems. And so who knows how that plays out? Yeah, I would articulate it. These are not my parents Democrats. These are not my Democrats. I voted for him and now I'm taking it back because these are not my Democrats. But Michael, keep coming back. Thank you, as always, a pleasure talking to one of the youngsters. If you're over 62, you might remember the gas line. You don't remember the wrench. I'll be right back, America to Hewitt. Come here, you give it inside a sweltering beltway. It's 33 minutes after the hour of senator and Marsha Blackburn joins me. Good morning, senator. Senator, are you with me? Uh oh. There we are. Senator, oh, we lost her when try and get her back. I hope so. We're calling her back. I think Twitter is just died out on everyone as well. I'm trying to check the tweet feed to put something about senator Blackburn joining me and Twitter will not load right now. So the bird is down, the Bluebird is down and so is Marsha Blackburn's cell phone coverage. Or we can blame Dwayne. Because this is his job, but I just filling time here. There she is, senator Blackburn. Good.

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04:48 min | 4 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Hugh Hewitt show. Hey, great to be with you. First, let's talk about what the president said last night. I welcome that. No IRGC coming off of the list. I welcome his commitment to use force if necessary to stop Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Second question. Do you believe him? Well, me and that's yet to be seen. This president, of course, went into this Middle East trip. From a position of weakness. And it's foreign policy, doctor and his literally been one of appeasement. So we do know that Iran is the threat in the Middle East. And this administration has now finally admitted it, but how many times have we seen the president's administration walk back what the president has said? So he should be using this trip as an opportunity to really dig in, show a little bit of leadership, really advance our Abraham accords. And of course, as he did say, pushback on Iranian aggression. Now, you have authored the defend act. Tell people what it is and why we hope it gets bipartisan support and moves to the house quickly. Yeah, so this is a bicameral bipartisan act to bring all of those countries of the Abraham accords together. And a few additional friends and partners in the Middle East and it works on a collaborative effort to tie together military defense systems. So I think it's a good thing that defend act, it supported by many of those countries in the Abraham accords. And again, it's bipartisan, bicameral, and I'm hoping that the president will pick up on this act and really get behind it, show these countries that we want to work together and make sure they stay strong against Iran. That would require the Biden administration to change its policy for the first 18 months, which has been to defend the department to fund the Department of Defense. And the United States. I only promote myself once an hour, senator, but last night I was on with Bill hemmer sitting in for Brett Stevens, and I brought up the inflation number and the recently passed defense authorization act. I want to play that clip for you and then get your comments on the pay raise. Okay, let's play cut number. I think it's you kick it off. What are we and what is this president in for in the months and potentially years to come? Well, anyone who's under the age of 62, which includes everybody, but me on this panel, Bill. Do not remember what this is like. When I got out of college in 1978, inflation was 7.6%, 1979. It went to 11.3 and in 1980 it went to 13.5. If you're young and just going into the workforce or you're old and on a fixed income inflation, destroys your ability to make a living. And what it also does is destroy a president at a party in the Democrats are going to get wiped out. It takes a Reagan. It takes Republican Congress to cut spending, cut taxes and the states and the federal level because right now people are going through something they've never gone through before. Folks on social security got a 5.6% Cola. That's already gone. And the military pay raise and the budget this year, 4.6%. We already heard 9.1% year over year. It's a disaster for the country. So, Joni Ernst, 4.6%. I mean, they've already, we're going to cut every service member's pay. Yeah, that is what we're looking at. And everybody would say, wow, you know, 4.6%. Wow, that's a huge increase in their pay. But we know with a 9.1% inflation rate, their pay is not keeping up with the cost of the goods that they have to purchase for their families every day living. The gas at the pump, this is crazy. And yet the Democrats and the Biden administration are talking about pushing another reckless tax and spend Bill, which would not only increase taxes on nearly every tax bracket out there. But it continues to fan the flames of inflation. I don't know what they're thinking. I think they're hoping that if we hand out a bunch more free money to folks across the United States that maybe they would support them in the election. But you know what, Americans aren't that stupid. They see that we can't continue to spend like this, especially on stuff. We don't need. Let's focus on why our federal government was created. That's the defense of our nation, primarily. And that means making sure that our service members are able to get.

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05:22 min | 7 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"From. When we come back from break, we're going to talk about president Clinton. I want to get a few stories. And then I want the big takeaways for young sure. And boy, there are a lot of big takeaways in hearts touched with fire. I'm going to have Dave gergen tell a couple of stories. My favorite stories in a book full of them and my favorite bits of it. I have one disagreement with them and I'll talk about that too because it's talk right here. We got to do that. But David gergen, ubiquitous in your life, whether you knew it or not, for the last many years, as long as David keeps working so am I. So don't go anywhere, America. I'll be right back with David gergen Hart's touch with fire available at Amazon. We'll be right back after the break on the Hugh Hewitt show. Welcome back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt talking with David gergen, the author of this brand new book hearts touched with fire, how great leaders are made. David had the unusual distinction of crossing over to serve in two white houses separated by party. He joined the Clinton White House. There he worked with my closest friend in the world, Mark guerin is now the director of the Kennedy institute of politics, so he must run into Mark a lot up in Boston. But David, when Bill Clinton asked you to go to work for him, were you surprised? And what did you do for the democratic president for whom you thought? Yes, well first of all, let me just say, you and I share a lot of good friends and mark urine is one of them. He first suit too. So when I was out in the private sector, when Bill Clinton was elected and I was at that point, I was running U.S. news and World Report. It was my first foray into the formal journalism and I lasted for a couple of years. And it worked out well, but anyway, I wrote editorials for the magazine and I got a call one day from Mack mccarty who was the chief who was very close to Clinton. It was his first chief of staff. And I think the good one. And he said, will you come over and have lunch with me? And I said, sure. The White House mask. You've got to come on. You bet. Yeah. So we had lunch. And he said, well, you know, we've been thinking we've been reading your editorials about what we ought to do. But here, and we think maybe you ought to come here and work on our staff. And tell us what to do. And so I was a little bit taken aback by that because I had worked for three Republican presidents and probably so I wasn't as conservative as you know as president had worked for, but I worked with him with great respect, especially Ronald Reagan. But I also had a lot of high regard for much of what Richard Nixon stood for as well as Gerald Ford. So anyway, this is a surprise to me, but while we were sitting there and the basement there was where they had the little restaurant, the president himself shows up. To talk to me and I knew it fixes in here. And so the two of them leaned on me to come and work for Bill Clinton. And I said, you know, it was in a very awkward situation because their partnership was still was pretty high by then. But I had known Bill Clinton a long time. We had become friends and I sort of had an old fashioned view that if the president of the United States calls you and said, I need help. Can you come help me fix 6 what's going on here? You do it. The answer is yes. And then the answer is also when do I start? Yeah. And I totally missed president. I can do this up to a year. I don't want to be involved in campaign scans Republicans. That's just it would be too awkward. And so we agreed to that. I want to settle in this counselor too. The president, when I got there, you know, the reason he asked me to come was he was looking for someone to help the identity. He was floundering. I knew a Bill Clinton, who was very self confident, good, great governor of Arkansas and to Bill Clinton and I found in The White House was just fondant. Things weren't going well. He was bouncing around. And he was looking for help. And so what I learned from the Reagan years was when people used to say let Reagan be Reagan. You always played over the president's best instincts his best qualities. And that will help him more than anything else. And so I had this Clinton approach. And the deal was that I pushed very hard. Don't listen, don't try to change who this guy is. Don't make him somebody he's not. Let the good Bill Clinton come out and bring back to the fore. You know, Clinton should the best of Clinton. So we created his own confidence random self confidence. He'd lost his self confidence. He was struggling. And Hillary was struggling. She transitioned to Washington very, very difficult. You know, they lost friends foster. There were a whole lot of things going on that were negative. And so any event each time he was the president did something, Bill Clinton did something. He turned to me afterwards. It had that go. What do you think? What should I do to change? And gradually, he gradually he got his self confidence back. And what I learned is with leaders, try to try to help them find their refund themselves. Don't try to turn them into something that they're not because the lack of authenticity will really come back to haunt them later on. But that leads me to two of the story. There are many stories and hearts touched with fire and I want to use my two favorite with Bill Clinton and Morocco and with HW and Kenny bunk port. Do it in the order that you want because they illustrate magnificent.

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04:00 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Ahead of here on the Hugh Hewitt show. 55 minutes after the hour America chew Hewitt I want to thank David Mamet for spending these two hours with me and for the secret knowledge and for the kind words you gave me in the secret knowledge. You listen to a lot of talk right now, David Matt, how would you make it better? I would make it better and the three guys I mentioned specifically in the book is you and Michael medved and Dennis and Glenn Beck, the forecast. I would take out the interlocutor. You guys don't have them, but a lot of the other guys do. The second banana cart to laugh at your jokes and so forth? Well, that's all. I don't think actually medved or prager or Beck has a lot of people. Dwayne doesn't really do much of that on this program, but in terms of the kind of conversations that are going on right now, I think that you can only find sustained conversation on talk radio anymore. I don't think you fight it anywhere else. I think that that's true. I think you guys are doing a great job. I know you are. I mean, you got me listening and thinking. That always amazed me. Let me close by talking about marriage. You know, recently a judge ruled that there is no rational basis for society to prefer marriage between one man and one woman over that of two men and two women. That's actually no rational basis. You provide a complete response to that, not directly by talking about what marriage accomplishes. Just give a summary for the audience about how the culture has got to take care of marriage. Well, yeah, I mean, the kid learns in the family. The kid learns the way that the kids learn by watching the way two adults respond to each other. How two adults under stress are going to deal with each other, how they're going to deal with the outside community, how they're going to deal with questions of religion and finance. The kids are always watching. And that's their indoctrination into the world. The state always wants to destroy the family. And that was the great triumph of the Hitler youth when they got the, they thought the Hitler youth kids to inform other parents. And there was a famous boy in the communist Russia forgotten the same they built a statue to him who informed on his parents for being insufficiently stalinist and they would take him out and shot. So the family is the basic unit of the country, which is why the Torah is about a family. We start with the family and the family gross wider in the family eventually becomes a group in a state and a planet a nation. But it starts with the family because everything starts with the family. And we got to keep the state out of the family. And when confusion arises, you write the results angry feminist lonely aging males full divorce, courts broken families grieving children. But I close by asking you, like I did earlier, you'd think that marriage can be turned around in the United States? Well, marriage could be good or bad. Marriage can be good about it has to be committed. Because it's going to be really good unless it's committed and you ain't going to find out if it's really bad unless you're committed. We had a history of people who might generation specifically screwing around and living with each other, blah, blah, blah. And we told each other that that trains us for marriage, but basically trains you for divorce. It does. David Mamet, congratulations to sacred knowledge is a wonderful book. It's like the new hero at that time, America. No corny, I'll be right back. It continued. That concludes today's episode of the interview with you Hewitt. Thank you for listening. Make sure you come back and check out all the other podcasts on the Salem podcast network. And remember to thank our sponsors Andrew and Todd dot com. If you believe in long form interviews like I do, then do your real estate transactions with Andrew del Rey and tada vacation. I've known both men for a long time. Andrew and Todd dot com. Go there, answer a couple questions. They'll tell you what's best to do with your house or call them a triple-A, triple-A 1172. You'll be glad you did, and you'll be glad that you listened to the next episode of the interview..

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The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"And immediately illustrative illustration. Let me ask you, did your path to conservatism have to do with your path back to orthodox Judaism? Sure. Well, I'm not at this point, an orthodox Jew, although my observance has greatly greatly increased, but they have a marvelous rabbi and he teaches about them teach about the politics, but he teaches about teachers about Judaism and ethical behavior. How much time do you spend studying Torah and talmud? Well, the time I haven't got into yet because I got to get the Aramaic for the tollman. But the tour will be the tour fairly regularly. At home and then we read it and show every week on Chavez. And somebody said, I was listening to some I think it was maybe it's on your program. A Christian minister said he said it's not that we believe in the Bible because it happened was because it happens. Very well put. It's also it's a myth maybe, but it's intended to be believed. I will be back with David Mamet, playwright extraordinaire, director, and author of a brand new book the secret knowledge, which when you work through it, you will be rewarded with a surprise at the end, which I'll tell you about in the next hour stay tuned it's for you do it show. Morning, glory anything great, America, it's Hugh Hewitt, special two hours with a huge Hewitt show with David Mamet last hour talking more biography this hour, the craft and the politics in the book, the secret knowledge which mammoth is just issued David Mamet. I am not familiar with how movies are made. I just consume them. And so the appreciation I took away from the book, your new book about what a director does. Indulge me, I want to read this for the audience, so they understand because I think it explains a lot about your conversion to conservatism. This is from page two 18 to two 19 to 19 and two 20. On the movie set there is one person in one person only who need possess no quantifiable skills that is the director. The actor must be able to act the designer to design the Carpenter to build the director needs to be conversant with the technicalities of none of these. His job is to move the project forward, allowing each of the workers involved to do his own job. That of the director is to listen to their suggestions or propose a course of action and to bring the entirety happily and simply to a shared devotion to the course. The rules of behavior on a movie set are largely the unwritten law capital U capital L, who shows deference to whom, when one should speak, when one should be silent how to deal with unpleasantness with an excess of zeal with shoddy work, how to evaluate that which falls short of perfect. The citizen fuse with a sense of commonality and dedication not only to the project at hand, but to training by example the new workers by extending and protecting the precious lessons of the past at another place you write about the fact that fantasy won't help when you've got to get filming done by Sunday. It's a very practical job and it seems to me that you're explaining that the directors in life the workers in life can't afford the fantasies that the role players in the actors and the left can. Yeah, I'm also saying this is kind of my model for president. Yep, there's one need a president who knows how to do everything. Well, nobody knows how to do everything. What we need is a president who knows how to do one thing, which is to recognize that it's his or her responsibility to move according to the loss of the oath that they've taken to move the commonality towards shared goals. And on time and on an efficiently into a success, you also write more importantly a director and you speak as one is directed ten features and quite a bit of television quote is exposed to something of which the actors and writers may not have taken notice the genius of America and the American system of free enterprise. And you expand all these hundreds of people wildly different backgrounds coming together in an unplanned and basically unregulated exercise by the government to produce not just art, hopefully much of it is art. Most of it isn't, but some of it is, but also profit and jobs and employment. It's a profoundly conservative business. Oh, yeah. Yeah, absolutely. In this execution, of course it is. Then why aren't more directors conservative? I think more directors are conservative than actors. And it may be that a lot of people keep their political ideas to themselves. Not because that would cause them trouble because it might cause them trouble. That's their choice. Do you think the secret knowledge will limit your ability to make the movies and stage the plays you want to do? I don't think so. I don't think so. It may, but. It's moved anyway. You know, who's to say why someone didn't want to do your play or didn't want to.

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"15 years. This is just you didn't wake up in 2008 and say I'm a conservative. No, you know, you were, but you know I've always, I've always, I've always been, I think, a little bit of a contrarian because they never did well in school and I kind of didn't go to school. So I had to figure things out for myself. And I read a wonderful book the other day by a guy called Carl languish, and it was written, I believe, 1944. And he was a flight instructor for a United States Army air force. And he wrote a book and he said, you know, everything these kids are being taught is wrong. This is not how a wing works. This is not how a plane works. This is not the way they should be taught. Let's start from zero. And so he did and it's the book that all beginning pilots are first given. It's kind of brilliant because he said, I'm going to shed the theory and I'm going to tell you what I understand. And the PS I'm betting my life on it. Like R 100 versus R one O one. I did not know that actor to I read it in the secret knowledge and it's very impactful on tell people about building a dirigible. Yeah, there was a spell called Neville shoot who wrote a bunch of wonderful wonderful books, no highway in the sky and trustee from the tour room and said, a lot of them were made into a huge movies. But he was actually an aircraft designer by day and a very successful one. And one of his early jobs as he worked as a structural engineer for De Havilland, who was a British company that was building a dirigible Richard airship for cross oceanic travel. But the ministry of aviation said, well, we're going to hedge our bets. We're going to give the contract up to two people. We'll give them up and De Havilland and we'll also give it up to the government. Off you go. So the two groups go to work and they check back and forth with each other and they have a engineers kept saying, wait a second. The government ship is a lot has a lot more redundancies than ours, and it's heavier than ours. Maybe we're doing things wrong over here in the commercial side. And they kept rechecking their figures and they said, no, no, we're right. They're wrong. And then they started telling the government side, you know, you guys are making that ship on air worthy. And the governments that don't poo poo. So chips took off and shoots ship made a successful crossing east to west of the Atlantic. And the other ship went a west to east and crashed in 300 miles, killing everybody on board. And that is all the story you need to know about the government. I'll be back with David Mamet. Stay tuned. 55 minutes after the hour Americans Hugh Hewitt, my guess, this hour and next, David Mamet, his brand new book, the secret knowledge in bookstores everywhere I've linked it at Hugh Hewitt dot com. It's a wonderful, but it's a challenging read more on that next hour. David Mamet, I want to play for you a little clip from an interview you did with Charlie rose in 2007. Again, my friend at Biebs sent this to me. He seems a little bit startled when this happens. Let's listen to the exchange. People in Israel don't want war. They want peace. It's the Palestinians who have a marvelous PR campaign. What do you think of Jimmy Carter? Must we? Yes. I see the champion of murder. He's a champion of terrorism. It's unfortunate, but I wish I could I wish I could find some other way to interpret that Jimmy Carter is what he is. I feel like a fool for voting for him and it makes me heartsick that a president of the United States would adopt a stance throughout the book that I understand, unfortunately, as antisemitism. Call me crazy. You're not crazy, David Mamet, and your whole the emphasis on the book on the State of Israel and this issue of the Arabs versus the Israelis and the Palestinian demands on them. It is the moment of great clarity. I'm going to Israel for the first time this summer, and I don't know how anyone can not agree with your analysis of this, but I'm sure you'll be savaged on the left for those parts if nothing else in the secret knowledge. Well, you know, did you read my part about the two planes leaving the airport? Oh yeah, Syria and Israel, which one are you going to get on if you have to choose? You bet. Yeah, so anyone however on the left one is, if World War three is broken out, you have to choose and you spend the rest of your life either in Syria or Israel, everybody on the left on the west, you and Christian alike is going to be pleading to get on the plane to Israel. And even Noam Chomsky that another champion of murder is going to be a his status as a Jew and his status as an American thing. I deserve a place on the plane because if he gets on a plane to Syria, the great people he's been defending are going to kill him. It's a beautiful, it's a wonderful.

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"There and as you look back at this now were you aware of how absolutely self destructive the STS weatherman were and the path on which were they going? Are we just cheering them on? I wasn't sharing them out. I didn't know who they were you know I was interested in chasing girls and putting on plays. What did I know? Fool that I was. But I had somebody burnt down the guardhouse of this school that they put up this courthouse to see who was coming and who's going out. It wasn't a gate, it was just a little guardhouse in the middle of the road. And some student burnt it down. And then when it came time for graduation, my roommate submitted his thesis and his thesis was on why he burned down the guardhouse. Because he'd been studying the works of Martin heidegger, a noted Nazi, by the way. And saw that this was an expression of true freedom and expression of the self to have burnt down the cartels. And they awarded him a degree for burning down the guardhouse. You obviously got a lot of your education in Chicago. There is a beautiful passage on your mob girlfriend. And I will read it some other time on the air just so people can enjoy it. Do you know what happened to her after your late night trips to Cicero and your dalliance? No, I don't know what happened. I'm sure I'm sure she did well because she was a good girl, a smart woman. I'm sure she did well. Do you spend any time back in Chicago now at all? No very little, I go back once to one of my stepmothers still there, everybody else has gone. As a young man, you write, I took every job I could get. I gather then Chicago was open to young men on the make. There were things to do. There were jobs to be had in experiences to accumulate. Well, yeah, they used to say in the old days, if you can't get work in Chicago, you can't get work anywhere. So I worked at everything and that was it was a real education because however liberal ones feelings may be and however young and foolish 1 may be. One still doesn't come up to the boss and say, you know, I need this job because I'm out of work and that would suit my talents. But I'm not going to take it until after I've reviewed you environmental policy. What was your first job, David Mamet? I think my first job was about 12 I was passing out leaflets for the sky on 71st street in Chicago. And but I worked at everything. I worked in bookstores over there worked as a window wash your work to set office cleaner. I drove a cab. I used to service the films and the airplanes that O'Hare airport when they actually had films, I did every damn thing. I'll be right back with David Mamet. Don't go anywhere America lots more ahead. His new book, the secret knowledge we'll get into that soon as well on the Hewitt show. As you all know, first prize is a Cadillac El Dorado. Anybody want to see second prize? Second prize is set of steak knives. Third prize is you fired. That is, of course, Alec Baldwin and glengarry going rots. Man who wrote it, David Mamet, is my guest this hour and next. David Mamet, you write about your time at camp. Am I pronouncing that correctly? Yeah, that's right. The Chicago Jewish summer camp. And one of the most amazing bits in this is you talk about how on Sundays you had chapel and the day began with the aave Maria and taps each night, but at one point the camp director reads a poem by Douglas MacArthur. And you found yourself able to recite it by memory. Can you still do that? Oh, let me see. It's a build me a sun lord who will be strong enough to know when he was weak, who will be brave enough to face himself when he is afraid. And then it goes under the Swiss and blah blah blah blah blah. And then I don't remember. And I remember at the end and said, and then I his father made dare to breathe. I have not lived in vain. So I always thought that poem was hot stuff until I read the if by kipling. And I realized that the Macarthur poem that if was graduate kipling addressing God and Macarthur's poem was a request for expedited delivery. And you also have your own version of polonius speech and charge and say you're quite obviously concerned with how you're raising your son and how boys are generally being raised and you kind of dance around this, but do you worry that this society is not allowing its young men to be men and as a result of what did you say the land is going to lie fallow? Well, sure. I mean, especially in the liberal communities. But it's one responsibility as a father to raise the sun because miss Clinton's book to the contrary, it doesn't take a village to raise a kid. It takes a family..

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"For two years. More on that when we come back for a break, David Mamet is my guess. His wonderful new book is the secret knowledge on the dismantling of American culture it's linked to you at dot com, don't go anywhere you listen to give you a show. What are you prepared to do? Everything within the law and then what are you prepared to do? If you open the bone on these people mister, you must be prepared to go all the way. Because they won't give up the fight until one of you is dead. Here's how you get them. He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you say I'm one of his to the morgue. My guess is David Mamet on the Hugh Hewitt show his brand new book, the secret knowledge that, of course, a clip from the untouchables which David Mamet wrote the screenplay for. You were talking at the break about your teachers at Francis Perkins school and their background. Did any of them have any dramatic impact on how you write David Mamet? Did you learn to write from those teachers? No, I didn't, but there were the first people in my life whoever told me I was smart because I spent the life in the public schools before that and they kept flunking me and putting me in remedial classes. I think they thought I had a learning defect because I was just bored to death. I just couldn't force myself to open the books. So I got to the Francis Parker school and these genius teachers changed my life by saying, you know what you're very, very smart. It's actually no big deal to get an a on this test. One guy said to me you said a hole in French grammar is just like a hole in your shoe. Just go fix it. We had a wonderful teacher called the bar mccutcheon. He still may be there. And he used to teach calculus the fourth graders because he just didn't tell him it was calculus. Did that continue at Goddard? You went to college in Vermont, and you went, I assume, in the late 50s, early 60s, was it a revolutionary effort? You've got quite a lot of hard words for the Tom Hayden's and the other radicals of the 60s. But what was your college life like? Well, because there wasn't a college there. I mean, it had this wonderful brochure about learning in the Soviet idyllic environment and being free to choose your own classes. But when one got there, there was nothing there. There weren't any classes. There weren't any books. And then people don't believe me. They didn't come exaggerating, but I'm not. And so we students were left to our own devices and some of us gravitated into the theater for and just stayed there for years or so I did putting on plays. And some of us joined the SDS and the weathermen and ended up blowing up those buildings in New York City and going underground for 30 years. And the Goddard was kind of a locus on the underground railway of looking back of the weatherman and the SDS and the more radical elements of the 60s and href grounds book there in cilk we Carmichael spoke there and everybody spoke.

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:08 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Can we take the ad hominem out of in the book in the middle? You write that a play is basically an exercise in raising lowering and altering of expectations. So are interviews. And so I kind of want to start by raising the expectation of the audiences to how clear you are in this by talking about Sarah Palin. On page one 37, you write, part of the left's savage animus against Sarah Palin is attributable to her status not as a woman, neither is a conservative, but as a worker with a capital W that is, I think, a 100% correct. Would you explain that to people? Yeah, the left of today is not the left of my Father's Day when it was made up of workers and factory workers and housewives and veterans of World War II and people who fix the lawnmower and the Republicans were the guys in the plaid pants that didn't let the Jews in. The left of today is. Very much the cheese and white wine guys sitting around and talking about the greed how greedy the world is and how the dumb Americans have ruined the beautiful, beautiful world. It's kind of malthusian. It's saying, don't those people realize there are just too many folks on the highway in the national forest and they're getting in my way. Now do you have to tell me the question? Sarah Palin. How Sarah Palin fits into that. Oh, sure. So Sarah Palin is a threat for several reasons. One is she's a woman. And as I wrote a article misogyny, the left, if you look at it, really doesn't like women, of how do I know, well, let's look at just a Monica Lewinsky and broadbent and Mary Joker packing and all of these people who were various ways vastly abused and once placed killed by a liberal men on the left said nothing about it. They never mentioned it. Because they weren't because as much as their quote feminists, it was more important to be a member of is attacked as a woman as a tactic and attractive woman. And attack because she's an action worker. And because her story is part of the American myth. She was a commercial fisherman and like Harry Truman actually knew of which he speaks when she talks about hard work. Sure. And also it's part of it's part of our myth of Hollywood. Mister Smith goes to Washington, the farmer's daughter, the candidate of bow worth, the contender, with the myth has played out over and over and over again days, but the normal person who says, well, heck, I can do that. And then the fact can do it in rises to the highest office of the land. But so when the left seats that in real life if someone was not on their side, but on the other side, someone who has not been indoctrinated, someone who's expresses herself well in a sense unusual and attractive and funny. It scares the hell out of them. So they say, oh, yo, she's stupid. I say, I don't get the joke. I don't see what she's stupid about. She seems to have succeeded wildly at everything that she ever did. She's just the governor of Alaska. Well, I'm not the governor Alaska. You aren't. I doubt that either of us could be starting from zero, as well as a small state. It just has a few people, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera, that the left knows not why it hates Sarah Palin, but there's still talking about her. Even before it became clear, that she's probably going to run for president. When there was still pitching about George Bush, there's still fetching about Sarah Palin. They got scared so bad that they can't stop complaining about her. How do you assess the character in the intelligence of George W. Bush, David Mamet? I have no idea. I really don't have looking back. I think you did a pretty damn good job. I think he certainly inherited he inherited that the first attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor and the kept the country he and his people kept the country safe. He's tried to do away with the travesty of social security, which was a very, very brave move on his part. Because he must have known it was bam near doomed to be a loser, but he threw himself into it. And he served his country. God bless him. My guess is David Mamet, playwright, director, screenwriter. He is here for this hour and next his brand new book is the secret knowledge on the dismantling of American culture. It's in bookstores everywhere. I have listed it over at Hugh Hewitt dot com as well. Don't go anywhere because we're going to cover not only the secret knowledge, but also the work and expectations of David Mamet looking forward. Special two hours on the yuhi we shall stay tuned. 21 minutes after the army too here at I am joined by David Mamet, who is going to be my guest this hour.

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Right now. So let me ask you the question that I asked zen candidate future president Trump in the debate. You still mad at me for is if you had to pick one side of the triad to over invest in. And favor, given what you know right now, which side of the triad would you favor, bob work? Well, the most survivable leg of the triad. Is the underwater ballistic missile submarine force. These are big submarines that carry 24 intercontinental range ballistic missiles armed with nuclear warheads. That go to sea for 90 days and become invisible. No one knows where they are. No one can find them. No one can track them. So in terms of what is called a second strike force, if the Russians say, for example, conducted a first strike on the United States, we would always have a survivable leg that would threaten them with nuclear retaliation, which is the essence of nuclear deterrence. So right now, the number one, I mean, the Department of Defense says this, the number one priority in the Department of Defense is the Columbia class ballistic missile submarine. That's what I thought. Until my question is, and this is a political question if you want to punt punt. We spent $7 trillion in the last two years on one time expenditures to get us through. And none of that went to submarine maintenance. None of them went to building the Columbia class. None of it went to the shipyard repair that we need. Did we miss a chance there secretary work to really fund up the Columbia class and our submarine force? Well, the Columbia class is fully funded in the budget. I think what you might be referring to is all of the schedule margins is gone. We are starting to build the submarine over and over and over. We are now in the process of building the first boat. So there's no margin. We can't, we can't delay it anymore. But it is fully funded you without question. Now would we be able to build it for the cost that we would like to see? We don't want to lose cost control, it's already just an enormous enormous pull on resources inside the navy and inside the department. I am more sympathetic to your view that we did not spend enough money on shipbuilding infrastructure and submarine infrastructure in particular. We could have done a lot better job. Hopefully, we will do that going forward. Secretary work, I hope you'll keep coming back. You're very good at this. I don't know how often you do talking to the civilians, but I wish I did a lot more of it. You're very good at it. And for a University of Illinois guy, like Mel, I'm really impressed because we didn't talk football. So you're really, you're not at the disadvantage that I put Mel at whenever I have him on. Thank you so much, mister secretary. Keep coming back. Thank all of you for listening. That was, that was edifying. I will be back tomorrow, America, same time, same place on the next. Hugh Hewitt show. That concludes today's episode of the interview with you Hewitt. Thank you for listening. Make sure you come back and check out all the other podcasts on the Salem podcast network. And remember to thank our sponsors Andrew and Todd dot com. If you believe in long form interviews like I do, then do your real estate transactions with Andrew del Rey and Todd ivic and I've known both men for a long time. Andrew and Todd dot com. Go there, answer a couple of questions. They'll tell you what's best to do with your house or call them at Triple H, Triple H 1172. You'll be glad you did, and you'll be glad that you listened to the next episode of the interview..

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Weapons. A minute to our break secretary. Are we way behind in the hypersonic race? Are we way behind her just behind? Well, we're way behind the numbers you, the Chinese have many more hypersonic missiles than we do. They have testing infrastructure that just dwarfs our own, so they have a lead in production capacity and numbers in service right now. But they don't have a lead in the technology, at least I don't think we do. We have two different kind of approaches we're going after. One or called glide vehicles, which literally skip along the atmosphere and then we have another one that isn't air breather, like a cruise missile to go fast. We have a program for each of those. And we're just gearing up. So I think technologically we are right with the Chinese and the Russians, but without question the Chinese have a lead on in numbers. When I come back from break with secretary bob work, we're going to talk about what this means for the United States defense budget, whether or not we are producing enough ships enough frigates with missiles enough tubes to launch missiles from. I see Australia announced today that they are bringing Raytheon and Lockheed to Australia to produce their own missiles given the future of warfare. We've got one of the experts in secretary bob work with us. Don't go anywhere in America. Stay tuned. I know everyone driving The Pentagon pulled over. They don't want to go into it. They don't want to go into the building. They want to listen to bob work. Don't go anywhere. I'm Hugh Hewitt, stay tuned. Welcome back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt, my guess is secretary bob work, former deputy Secretary of Defense, former undersecretary of the navy colonel in the Marine Corps and smart guy. And secretary, I got to get two questions answered from you. One because I have a family member in line for command of a carrier down the road. He tells me carriers are never going to be obsolete. They can be defended. Number two, I got a friend in the business whose daughter is a junior at Annapolis. She early selected submarines to which I responded, that's good. She'll never be out of work. What about carriers in submarines in the mix? Mister secretary, what is that mix looking not a hundred years ahead? But 30. Well, as you know, the navy and Congress are locked in a debate over this right now. The navy's position is they need a ready capable and lethal force more than they need a bigger force that is less ready less lethal and less capable. Admiral gilday, the chief of naval operations, the number one uniformed naval officer this week said, hey, we don't want to become like the Russian navy, a big navy that isn't ready and isn't capable. Here specific questions, I think everyone agrees right now that undersea warfare is a big, big advantage for the United States. We are much, much, much better than the Chinese submarine service. So going into the submarine service, they are never ever not going to be busy. Gee advantages. You're right. The aircraft carrier, there is a heated debate over the aircraft carriers becoming so vulnerable that we should reconsider the number we have. And no one in the U.S. may be that says we should go to zero when aircraft carriers. But there are some people in the navy who say, hey, we could go to 9 aircraft carriers, for example, are making a number up right now because I don't know what exactly have debate is. And we could take the opportunity cost right now the law says you're going to have 12 carriers. And so there are some of the navy that says, look, if we went to 9 carriers, we could take all the money that we would save. And by many, many, many more. Missiles, many, many, many more unmanned vessels, many more submarines. And that would wind up with a more capable buddy and lethal mate. So that's the debate that's going on.

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"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"hewitt" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Hi, it's you. Hewitt, welcome to the interview with you, Hewitt, sponsored by Andrew and Todd dot com, Andrew and taught it with the Pacific mortgage. They help you with all your real estate lending needs if you're refinancing your home if you're buying a new home if you are a senior who wants to reverse mortgage if you're a veteran who doesn't want to put any money down. Whatever it is, if you're in the private real estate market for yourself and maybe you want an investment property, try Andrew and Todd dot com or call triple-A triple-A 1172. Now on to the interview with Hugh Hewitt. Welcome back to America. I'm Hugh Hewitt live inside the beltway. Secretary bob work served as deputy Secretary of Defense under both president Trump and before him, of course, president Obama. He was also the undersecretary of the navy, and he's a colonel in the Marine Corps retired. Just to call him colonel work like I called my father in law colonel until the day he died and colonel helmer never objected. Good morning, secretary work. How are you? I'm doing great. It's great to be here. Please just call me bob. I will do that eventually, but I really do reflexively call colonels colonels and our mutual friend Mel speeds. I call him general still. I think I met you briefly in his retirement ceremony, but since then, I've only heard of you from Jerry Hendricks, our mutual friend, captain Hendricks, the author of this book to provide and maintain a navy. And I greatly appreciate your joining me. Secretary of work. It's great. About three weeks ago, I heard a term. The third offset. And I thought to myself, what is that? I'm not an armchair general. I'm not even an armchair private. I have no idea what that means. And Jerry told me talk to bob work. He invented it. So you are, you know, that's something to actually change the language. When did you come up with the third offset? It was 2014 when I was just soon after I became the deputy Secretary of Defense. At that time, I was working for Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. And so would you explain to the audience made up mostly of civilians like me? What the third offset is and where does it come from and what does it what does it mean for our military posture?.

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"hewitt" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"hewitt" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"You to get that motivation. To overcomes obstacles our inspirational spiritual and personal growth episodes. Now let's jump in all about people. Welcome back to another host kathy. How and joining us is barney hewitt and let's start off different fun you to introduce yourself so welcome bunny and tell us a little bit more about you. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here. So yeah it's been quite a couple of months i'm gonna. I grew up as a kid with anxiety and depression I had a lot going on in my family life in high school. I list but medication. For what i thought was Stomach it problems issues and later learned that that was not the case that it was actually anxiety on getting the better of me. And i was really young. Might my first two kids Twenty one and twenty four my three and ended up going to school for accounting and worked on the corporate world like a lot of people For several years and in two thousand eleven. I got super sick with a rare onus gambro syndrome that left me paralyzed and literally just stripped me of on everything i knew of my life. So my career. My ability to most of my independence My identity and i spent quite a few years trying to go back to my old life. Not really realizing that. That's not where. I was meant to be So in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen i had. I'm sorry so i got. I know i multiple things. The train two thousand eleven thousand dollars in two thousand thirteen. I had my third child surprisingly and that in two thousand sixteen while pregnant with my first child who was a major major surprise I started my company called which we now know as posh notions so i started that out of necessity i was not able to work conventionally I was still having a lot of Still a lot of chronic pain and mobility issues in cognitive issues and whatnot and i was gifted a cutting machine. I decided i was going to try to sell decals. You see on those vehicles mugs and whatnot and after a series of months and people asking me different If i could make this where. I can make that front astro-technik a teacher and i was like i don't know but i'll go to shot and that was really how the posh notions as as people know it now really began as an branded apparel. Business was by a request by one person in like we were just talking about in the background I just made another recent transition after very very interesting eight months beyond the interesting of the pandemic and transition now into. i'm excited. He coach so i helped people learn to manage in control their anxiety so that they can feel calmer and really Live their life without that paralyzed in feeling of anxiety just kind of constantly tugging at them and stop them from doing the things that they really want to do. So was a lot well. Well thank you for sharing that I know we were talking earlier too. You were doing the posh notion and so my first question. What got you to become an anxiety coach..

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"hewitt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"hewitt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Hewitt, which is also it's funny was only like a month after Manti Te'o checking my timeline. We had Darius Rucker, the singer in studio and he does song about His name is top friends. He sits on the back road. Booking them gas for the DP Show. Yeah, the Trixie surprised right before here. Get up, love Promise, deprive. Hey, he didn't know what itwas or when it would come got it never showed No and Never shows. Yeah, British, he was can he only had one with a pitch from Jim? He was can't miss. Camp Colin Jenga over three order. He wanted a pick or sir. Lackey here, er there he was again. He can't Thank you. That's again of the millions of moments and we've all had with you on the show with us If someone was to try to connect the dots back when we were in, like in high school in constant something like that would happen. Darius Rucker would let a song about a Jennifer Love Hewitt catfish moment. It's just just gotta add that to the list of how could that ever happen? Thank you, Tom. You're welcome. We'll take a break back action. Oh, Football fans. The moment you have been waiting for all season is right around the corner. The draft kings, the official daily fantasy partner of Super Bowl 55, is bringing back their golden ticket giveaway with.

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