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Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 6 d ago

Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So

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Every Mainstream Sunday Show Wants to See Trump Indicted

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last week

Every Mainstream Sunday Show Wants to See Trump Indicted

"Every Sunday show every virtually website Every event is about Trump Every one of them Every one of them And even more than that they're all pushing to get him indicted All of them you have even a very rarely watch show called firing line they stole the title from Bill Buckley With a yenta who runs a thing Hoover her grandfather a great grandfather was Herbert Hoover so she's qualified And former attorney general Bill Barr is on there Now why do you think he's on there Does anybody really care what he has to say No Nobody cares what Bill Barr has to say but they know what he's going to say about Donald Trump And Bill Barr is very very angry So he wants to see Donald Trump in federal prison Think about that Think about that And so they think that by bringing him on that will resonate with the bureaucrats over the Department of Justice because after all he ran that place twice Then over on deface the nation we have Zoe lofgren Remember her Very pretty lady that's so from saint Jose California And she says we're going to release all the evidence the J 6 committee It's going to show that Trump was the center of the overthrow of the government

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"hoover" Discussed on Daily Grace

Daily Grace

06:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"hoover" Discussed on Daily Grace

"To be disappointed so much. I think that the gospel teaches us to we have been loved so much by God through Christ that we do those things in his honor. We are really loving him by loving this person. So it's an act of worship. We don't worship God looking for something in return. We worship God because he's worthy of that. So for me to serve a friend is an active worship to God, that gets hopefully to bless that person. I think that that is the key in being a friend that we are not thinking what do I get in return, but we're thinking, God, I want you to be honored. I want this person to feel loved because I know what love feels like because you have loved me. And so I want that person to feel seen. I want that person to be cared for because that's how you have cared for me. I have people like that in my life who love like that. And they are a magnet for other people. People want to be friends with that person because when you spend time with them, you feel loved. Do you feel seen you feel it's a Supernatural love that they are able to love like that. And so I'm not saying that we do those things to manipulate to gain Friends. But I'm saying that's what makes us a good friend. That's what makes us person that other people will feel safe with, that they can share things with us, that we won't be scared away by that, that if they have a burden, we won't be afraid to enter in. Because we are learning how to love and hopefully demonstrating how to love the way that God has loved us. Okay, so you may have already hit on this a little bit. So I apologize if this is a bit superfluous, but I do want to ask this because I think this might be a new concept for someone to think my friendships can be an avenue, which I worship God and glorify God by the way I treat others. So how would you say the gift of friendship is a way that we can glorify God? I think of Jesus saying when he's about to go to the cross, he prays that we will have unity that the world will be able to look at us and see that we love one another. And so that's what we're doing. By gifting ourselves and friendship, we're saying to whoever we interact with, that God is love, and we're demonstrating that love. And so I love that you said the gift of friendship, a lot of times we think of that as who is doing something for me, who is coming to me, who is inviting me. But I think, too, of Paul saying, Jesus said, it's better to give than to receive. There is something about the way God has designed friendship that giving it is the joy. Giving love to others is the joy. And we will, when we do that, we will, at some point, we are going to get that in return. It may not be at the exact thing that we did or in the exact way that we would do it. But it gives us eyes to see, I think, an appreciate the imperfect people around us just as we are imperfect. That they are people are trying. To demonstrate friendship toward us. I just think it changes our perspective when we think about it as giving friendship and that's the main focus. It helps us to be really, really grateful for any type of someone coming toward us. Right? Yeah, and I love just thinking about releasing that burden that we put on ourselves or others of wall, even in friendships. I want them to make me feel good. I want them to do this particular thing. When we release them of that burden, when they disappoint us, it's not as devastating, right? Because we have it put our hope in them or identity as it found in that relationship, it's found in God alone. So that actually brings a lot of life to our friendships and relationships where it's like, yeah, you're going to disappoint me. I'm probably going to disappoint you like we rest in the gospel. We forgive one another we confess our sins and we can walk and freedom. And so my prayer is that anyone who's listening, that struggles to make friends, keep friends, whatever it might be. Maybe they are really introverted and so they're kind of scared to step out. I pray that they hear this and think, this is a way I can honor God, even just saying hi to someone on Sunday morning, it's evidence saying hi to me. I will say that becomes a reason that people believe a church is because when no one said hi to me. And I was thinking, man, what would it look like for you to say hi to someone and think, oh, this new guest actually reached out and said hi to me and I've been here ten years that really does model the gospel of reaching out and considering others as more significant than yourself. And so I've just appreciated so much of what you have shared here today, but I do have one final question for you. It is a question we ask every guest that comes on the podcast because at the daily grease code, we say the gospel changes everything. And so Christine, what has the gospel changed for you? Everything. What comes to mind is, you know, I've written a whole book about this. So from good to grace, talking about I did not understand the gospel for a long time as a Christian and so I lived under such a burden and wait of performance and just trying to earn what I already had in Christ. And so when I came to understand grace, it was through the book of galatians, that book, the Holy Spirit, just I feel like it's like, you know, if you've ever taken down old wallpaper, it's little at a time, scrape, scrape, scrape, please be a scrape scrape scrape. My heart, my mind and put up the new wallpaper of the gospel and just the freedom. That when I realized there's nothing I can do. I already have it. I already have, I just read this morning. It's second Corinthians about the spirit as our guarantee. I already have the inheritance. I'm an inheriting daughter. I have everything in him.

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"hoover" Discussed on Daily Grace

Daily Grace

06:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"hoover" Discussed on Daily Grace

"Welcome to daily grace. We believe the Bible is true, trustworthy, and timeless. And we want to help women like you know and love God's word. The Bible shows us who God is, and who he is changes everything. My name is Shelby, and I'm crystal, and we want to invite you to come join us as we chat about the truth of God's word in our everyday lives. Hey everyone, and welcome back to the daily grace podcast. This is crystal and today I am joined by Christine Hoover. Christine is a speaker podcaster and author of several books, including a Bible city on the book of Matthew. I am really looking forward to this conversation, Christine. So thanks so much for joining me today. Thanks for having me, Chris stone. I'm glad to be here. Yeah, I'm really excited to have you on the podcast for a few reasons. One, we've done several of your books at my church for our women's book club. So that's been really sweet. I've seen firsthand how your books have just blessed our women and encouraged them, especially in the topic of biblical friendships. So that's really fun for me, but then also I was looking at your website and seeing how you describe your books and your Bible study as a way for you to adjust how the gospel informs all aspect of our lives and that is our heartbeat here at daily grace. And so I'm excited for our listeners to get to know you a little bit. So before we dive into our topic today, can you tell us just a little bit about yourself? Sure. Well, I am back in Texas after a 14 year journey to Virginia. My husband is a pastor, and we move from Texas, which is our home state to Virginia in 2008 to plant a church that he passed for 14 years. We just recently moved back to Texas, but to a part of Texas we've never lived in, which is Austin. So he is serving as an executive pastor at one of the campuses at Austin stone community church. So we're brand new here. Our kids are teenagers. And so they are transitioning to a new place. So that's been interesting and fun and good. It's going well. But we have three boys. One is in college, one is a junior in high school and one is a freshman in high school. And you mentioned that I write. So I get to write and that's my favorite thing to do in all the world is just to write what God has taught me through my own study of the word, through my own lived experience, and that always sends us back to the word, right? And so I love getting to share truths that God has taught me and then have really impacted me and the way I do ministry, the way I do relationships, the way I do parenting, marriage, all of that. So it's my great joy to get to do that. Can you tell us a little bit too just about your podcast that you host? Yeah, so I host a podcast called ministry wives and it actually is kind of evolved from a podcast that I used to do by myself where we talked about all kinds of different topics. But now focusing on ministry. So I get to talk to all kinds of pastors wives, a few pastors sprinkled in there in all different kinds of ministry contexts and so we're just talking about things that affect ministry wives. Some of that is friendship, which we're going to talk about today. And just everything from criticism to discouragement to how to, how do I disciple someone? How do I practice hospitality that kind of thing? I'm really enjoying getting to do that. That's really cool. We'll make sure to link to that in our show notes. I know we have a lot of listeners that are in ministry or married to someone in ministry. And so I know that will just be an encouragement to them. So we are here to talk about biblical friendship. You wrote a book called messy beautiful friendship finding and nurturing deep and lasting relationships. So what made you want to write a book on friendship? Friendship is actually been something that's been really challenging for me and through my 20s and 30s, I would say that was my biggest struggle. So, you know, I did not struggle with friendship in high school and college. I know some people did. They didn't, you know, they didn't have good friends in high school or college. But that was easy for me. You know, you live with your Friends in college, you have extra time to spend with them even though you think you don't in college. And then when I became an adult, it just changed. And I couldn't figure out why. It had become hard. And some of that's just responsibility when you become an adult. But some of it was because I realized that I realized this later, that I was kind of just thinking it was going to happen, like it had happened in high school and college that it just kind of comes to you. You just show up somewhere and there's boom, there's your friend and I didn't know that I needed to put intentional effort into it. I know that sounds kind of ridiculous to say. But it took me a long time in my 20s and 30s to realize that I was going to need to change the way that I engaged relationships. At the same time, I was a pastor's wife, and that was a whole nother layer of complexity added on to friendship. And so I was just trying to figure it all out. And when we moved to Charlottesville to planet church, I started talking to women more about friendship and they were coming to me to talk about it. I mean, that was when I talked about more than anything else was community or a fractured relationship or loneliness or how do I get plugged in or it was all related to friendship. And so I realized this is not just me. I'm not the only one who doesn't really know what I'm doing, but at the same time I had sort of learning some things. I had started putting some new things into practice and so I was talking more about those things and I just thought, you know, I really want to write about this. I want to write what God has shown me. Some of the mistakes I've made and the ways that he's taught me to change how I was engaging people and seeing some fruit from that. And so I just wanted to share it with other people. I love that. And I love to how you define biblical friendships. So I want to read it real quick. So you define biblical friendship as securing ourselves to the sure steadfast anchor of Christ and while holding to that anchor giving and receiving the gift of friendship as we have opportunity. So what does that look like on a practical level? And then also how have you seen that in your own life? Well, before I speak about practical, I do want to say, I think that's so important. We can kind of skip right over that and think, okay, yeah, yeah, yeah. We know the gospel.

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Julie Kelly: We Need More FBI Agents to Blow the Whistle

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | Last month

Julie Kelly: We Need More FBI Agents to Blow the Whistle

"This agency who I revered so much growing up Julie It is we just had a whistleblower on the phone before you a friend of ours Kyle sheriff and it is just totally imploded It's horrifying to watch this happen It is it's horrifying it's sad But look this is an agency that is acting as the enforcement arm the personal Gestapo of the Democratic Party We need more Kyle seraphims We need more Steven Friends We need more people inside that agency to blow the whistle and expose what's happening And you know what Dan it's not just happening the 7th floor of the Hoover building This kind of corruption partisanship has infected every single field up I wrote this week about I'll just Chan who is the cyber expert FBI special agent out of the San Francisco field office Dan he's not a cyber expert He's got 300 Silicon Valley companies big tech in his jurisdiction Is he investigating their suppression of free speech as he investigating how they interfered in the 2020 election No He is the conduit between the FBI and big tech telling them what to suppress what to censor what to ban under this ruse of foreign disinformation So it infected field offices related to the Whitmer fed napping hoax In Michigan in other states So unfortunately this is not just a top tier C suite level sort of problem at the FBI This is this right it goes all the way down and it has to be fixed because they're destroying life and they're putting Americans in jeopardy because they're focused on political work instead of keeping our country safe

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Former Agent Steve Gray on When He First Saw Problems Within the FBI

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Former Agent Steve Gray on When He First Saw Problems Within the FBI

"Take us through your journey, Steve. What are the first things that made you realize. There's problems in Denmark to say? To quote Shakespeare, there are problems in the state of Denmark. Well, you know, you know, there's always been whispers, but you know, I first noticed it when I noticed that the FBI started shutting out conservative agents and they stopped promoting conservative agents and they were only promoting those agents that they thought were more liberal. The other thing was they were pushing those conservatives out. Trying to get them to retire. Along the same lines, they're doing the same thing with the support personnel. And they're still doing it today. They're trying to get rid of these old conservative support employees by offering them huge buyouts. Throwing tons of money at them to get them to retire so that they can bring in younger, more liberal individuals that they can control easier and change the bureau forever. And when you say they're doing they are doing that, they're pushing these people out, whether it's SOS staff, intelligence analysts, or what have you. Who's the they? Is it HR in the RA in the field office? Is it D.C. the Hoover building? Is there a locus of antipathy to conservatives? Absolutely. It's FBI headquarters. And they're the ones that are pulling the strings on all of this.

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Stocks Sink After Hotter-Than-Expected Jobs Report

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | Last month

Stocks Sink After Hotter-Than-Expected Jobs Report

"And one of the ways to Hoover up and suck up the money is to make the price of money really expensive The price of money is an interest rate What does that have to do with the market being down and the jobs report Well we're in a situation now where you would think a good jobs number and it was It was decent wasn't terrible 263,000 You would think the stock market would be up 600 points Wow look at that The economy is creating jobs That's terrific Well because horrible Democrats and swampy Republicans have spent us into an inflationary abyss Here's the problem Every time savvy investors see a decent jobs report they know that the fed is likely to increase the interest rates even higher because they're going to need to suck up all of that money we caused by spending and printing all that money listening to modern monetary theorists during the COVID crisis And they know that the economy as a potential because of not because of Biden despite Joe Biden but because of entrepreneurs that the economy is a potential to stay hot which will cause the fed to want to suck up even more money to cool it down Meaning that the interest rates could go up higher making the price of money even more expensive and when you're invested in a publicly traded company you do not want high interest rates

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Dr. Ben Carson Sets the Record Straight on Black History in America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Ben Carson Sets the Record Straight on Black History in America

"Most blacks were in the Republican Party during reconstruction and after that. And the real change occurred with FDR. And the programs. And he did make some significant changes because we had a very racist society before that. And I think that's when things really started changing. Particularly after World War II and people started saying, you know, these black soldiers helped us to maintain our freedom. You had the crack air force group, the red tails, and I think people began to change their opinion and FDR helped to speed that along. But, you know, the blacks really were looking at who was benefiting them. And, you know, Hoover's policies were not beneficial to the blacks by any stretch of the imagination. He basically just didn't care. And because Roosevelt showed that caring aspect, I think that's when the change began. And then during the civil rights movement, it was actually the Republican Party that pushed for voting rights and that pushed the civil rights bill. And it was the Democrats who resistant to that. And then the Democrat subsequently said, well, the Republicans in the Democrats switched. And they became the opposite of who they were. And the Democrats became the Republicans. Well, there was only one that was strong fairman. So, you know, through that argument on the window, that's not true. But what the Democratic Party then learned to do is to present themselves as the savior for black people.

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"hoover" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"hoover" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"He's got nothing. Wow. All right. Well, let's put that to one side. I'm sad to say I am not surprised. Will you say something about your son's staff sergeant Taylor Hoover, share with us some of the things that our listeners should know about your son, that brave marine? Taylor is he is a humongous humongous man and warrior. When he was little, he always used to play with the toy plastic soldiers. But they weren't soldiers, those were marines. So from he knew as a child that he was going to go into the core. All absolutely, and the one thing that he was all about family, all about loving his mom and sisters, his aunts, uncles, cousins, and he was very focused on family and he was 11 years old when 9 11 happened. And he watched that watch the first plane go into the second one, excuse me. The second plane go into the second tower. And right then and there, he said, I am joining the marines. As parents, we're thinking, well, okay, we've got some time. And maybe that time will helping one way or the other. And it came down to it when he got in high school. That the recruiters were coming around the school and all branches of the military were there. But again, he was focused on the Marine Corps. Mister Hoover, we're up against the heartbreak. Is there any website that you'd like to mention before we have to say goodbye? Yes, we've got a foundation. It's staff sergeant guarantee Taylor Hoover memorial and staff sergeant is the acronym that SSGT guarantee Hoover memorial. All right guys, please write this down. It's the Darren Taylor Hoover memorial foundation with his rank at the beginning staff sergeant, which is SSGT SSGT, Darren Taylor, Hoover, memorial foundation, God bless you, sampath Fidelis. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first stay with us here on this channel. Making sense out of today's news here is doctor Sebastian gorka. Where did that week go? Alex, is it really Friday today? Is that possible? Let's share insanity. I just realized that means it's asked doctor G anything Friday. And it's Second Amendment Friday as well the number. I want to hear your response to yesterday's declaration of war against 64 million Americans. 8 three three three three gawker. It's 833-334-6752, but first things first. Are you ready? Are you ready to rock and roll? We're going, it's not to the DMZ. That's another movie. We're going to the Holy Land for our stand with Israel torn ten days with me. Dinesh d'souza and our muses, yes, to walk where our lord and savior walked the earth. You'll be with us standing on the shore of the Sea of Galilee at the Temple Mount of the garden of geth salmony. They've dropped their COVID restrictions, I'm not vaccinated. I'm going. So you've got no excuse. What are you waiting for? Reserve your places today, 8 5 5 5 6 5 55 19 for the trip of a lifetime. We're going to stand with Israel tour dot com. You don't want to miss it. That's 8, 5, 5, 5, 6, 5, 55, 19, we'll just go to stand with Israel, tour dot com. So it's a war and conservatives. It's a war on those who believe in America. How do we know that? Just look at what happened to the 800 people hounded hounded by the FBI after January 6th, thanks to somebody out there you know who you are. We have been connected with the wife of one of those who is being persecuted politically. His name is Ryan Nichols and she is Bonnie..

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"hoover" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"hoover" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"It has been just over a year. Since the disgraceful withdrawal from Bagram from Afghanistan, it's been a year and a week. Since 13 of our servicemen and women were murdered by ISIS, and this administration that is responsible for those deaths had this to say about that anniversary play cut. Let me start with this. Many of us here at the department and across the government and millions of Americans in Afghanistan are mindful of today's meaning as the 20 yearlong U.S. Military mission in Afghanistan ended nearly one year ago. Ending the longest war in American history was never going to be easy. But one year later, we are in a stronger position as a country because of the president's decision. Better able to focus on the threats and challenges, but also the opportunities of today. Opportunities challenges, better positioned. It's all fabulous. I know 13 families that would beg to differ and we are honored to have with us the father of one of those who was lost staff sergeant Taylor, Hoover, welcome, mister Darren Hoover, to America first. Thank you, Sebastian, I appreciate it. So I know you can't easily share in words what the last year has been like. But will you just talk to us? Have the 13 families come together or have you mourn separately? Is there a community of the 13 lost service men and women in the last year? Yeah. We've got a Facebook messenger group that is just the parents, we're able to connect that way, we do keep in touch for the most part with everybody. It's been a rough year when we had to lean on each other and lean on the gold star families and having the support and love from literally across this world has been nothing short of amazing.

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Darin Hoover Reflects on the Anniversary of the Fall of Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

Darin Hoover Reflects on the Anniversary of the Fall of Afghanistan

"It has been just over a year. Since the disgraceful withdrawal from Bagram from Afghanistan, it's been a year and a week. Since 13 of our servicemen and women were murdered by ISIS, and this administration that is responsible for those deaths had this to say about that anniversary play cut. Let me start with this. Many of us here at the department and across the government and millions of Americans in Afghanistan are mindful of today's meaning as the 20 yearlong U.S. Military mission in Afghanistan ended nearly one year ago. Ending the longest war in American history was never going to be easy. But one year later, we are in a stronger position as a country because of the president's decision. Better able to focus on the threats and challenges, but also the opportunities of today. Opportunities challenges, better positioned. It's all fabulous. I know 13 families that would beg to differ and we are honored to have with us the father of one of those who was lost staff sergeant Taylor, Hoover, welcome, mister Darren Hoover, to America first. Thank you, Sebastian, I appreciate it. So I know you can't easily share in words what the last year has been like. But will you just talk to us? Have the 13 families come together or have you mourn separately? Is there a community of the 13 lost service men and women in the last year? Yeah. We've got a Facebook messenger group that is just the parents, we're able to connect that way, we do keep in touch for the most part with everybody. It's been a rough year when we had to lean on each other and lean on the gold star families and having the support and love from literally across this world has been nothing short of amazing.

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Emily Jashinsky's One-Woman War Against TikTok

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 3 months ago

Emily Jashinsky's One-Woman War Against TikTok

"Back with the culture beat portfolio holder. I like that. At the federalist, the dot com, she's Emily yoshiyuki. I'm gonna have to challenge her now. I'm watching a clip of his on her Twitter feed. Where you have glasses on. Is this fake news? Is this what you do on television? Do you put you put on those fake Charlie trappin and glasses? Because you're not wearing them right now. Are you Emily? No, I need them to read a teleprompter. So anytime I have three to tell, I'm nearsighted. So anytime I have three dollars. All right, so she's reading a teleprompter. Now we know these are the hard questions. These are the hard penetrating questions we ask here on America first. All right, let's talk about the reason we actually got you on the show. It's this piece you did for the federalist. Your single woman war, you are waging against TikTok, which is absolutely superb. Why is this such a problem? And tell our list is across the nation. What is TikTok's elections center Emily? It's unbelievable how under the radar the election senator election center is flying right now because TikTok a lot of people know is owned by a very powerful, very, very big Chinese company named ByteDance, which also owns and operates the Chinese version of TikTok. Well, they've been trying really hard to prove to American consumers that our data is going through Oracle. They've partnered with Oracle throughout all American data into the cloud and make sure that Oracle audits the algorithms so that this app, which is basically the most popular app in the country that an average teenager spends hours a day on is being sort of controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. But of course, by Chinese law, any time the Chinese Communist Party would come to ByteDance and ask for the data, they would have to give up access to it. There are a number of people a new Forbes report showed there are plenty of people that work at ByteDance on TikTok. They have TikTok in their portfolio who are currently or formerly have worked for state media in China. Our own Justice Department found that there were some a 130 members of the Chinese Communist Party working for ByteDance in 2020. And so this massively powerful network that our teenagers are spending hours of time on, it could well be tweaked by the CCP players of the long game in the CCP to get us very addicted because it's a very addictive product

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The Federalist's Emily Jashinsky on Shifts in Media Culture

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 3 months ago

The Federalist's Emily Jashinsky on Shifts in Media Culture

"Think that any of this is going to change? I mean, Brian stelter is now flipping burgers somewhere. Cuomo is declared himself a free agent on social media despite the fact that nobody actually wants to hire him. Have you seen any trend any signals since you have the culture beat of the federalists that media culture is waking up or is it just the most woke of the woke are losing, but the institutions like CNN are still going to go down with the ship? The business model here is really an interesting aspect of that conversation because on the surface you do see some moves like at CNN, the new guy there, Chris licht, who took over for Jack Zucker, wants to make CNN the sort of global neutral brand again that's doing serious hard hitting foreign reporting. That's why stelter's out the window. That's why I didn't do it doesn't do Twitter doesn't really believe in Twitter for journalists and is trying to make all of these moves to reign in the coverage to tell his anchors to stop using the big lie, but it's not working. And the dynamic is so interesting because I think there are some older, more sober voices who lived through the old media period and have seen the transition and are horrified by it, but it's kind of too late because they've let it in the door. And they've let it in the door at a time when our media ecosystem is totally splintering. So The Old Guard is less powerful than it ever has been and people can cluster in these niches. The wine moms can watch Don lemon and lap it up and Stephen Colbert, but you know, you used to have Johnny Carson's writers sitting in Manhattan every night thinking, what is going to make America laugh? And that's why he was number one. And he was

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Biden Unleashes a 'Nonsensical Word Salad' and Gets Called Out

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 3 months ago

Biden Unleashes a 'Nonsensical Word Salad' and Gets Called Out

"Emily yasinsky. Emily, welcome back to America first. Thanks so much for having me, stab. Just don't call me sir like you did in the break because then I'm going to terminate this interview very, very rapidly. Emily. I learned that lesson the hard way. Okay, good. Let's have some fun. Let's talk about why don't seem to be such a positive real American media. This popped up on my social media feed yesterday and he's from Australia and my producer mister G when I sent it to him, he said, how come I've never seen a Montage like this on Fox News? This is Sky News Australia cut ten play cut. This week the world got a frightening inside into what happens when you unleash the president without notes and auto cue or someone screaming instructions in his ear. You get this nonsensical word salad. Tell me how you do that. I understand it. It's clear in space. You're accurate. But how and making the case of the freedom Manhattan, what do you do to other than to sort of embarrass men and getting into the end of the argument and voting the right way? On this issue. Okay, we also saw president Joe Biden and deliver this rousing and totally coherent message to rally the troops for the midterms. If we elect two more senators, we keep the Democrats. We're going to get a lot of unfinished business. We're going to get done. Just in case you missed that, he said if we elect two more senators, we keep the house and Democrats. We're going to get a lot of unfinished business. We're going to get done, okay? Why do we have to wait for Australians to give us great little packages like that, Emily? Yeah, and they spared no mercy. I mean, it's unbelievable. And that's what journalists exist do to hold powerful people to account. And so it is rather sad that our own media, which could fill up prime time every single day basically on a daily basis with the nonsensical things that Joe Biden has said. And they probably should, by the way, because he's the leader of the free world. He's the leader of our country at the very least you'd think this would matter to voters, but we see very, very little of it.

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The Founding of the FBI Was Accidental

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 3 months ago

The Founding of the FBI Was Accidental

"The Democrats of course are going to support and defend the FBI because it's their FBI now I regret to say When I served at the Department of Justice the FBI as a collective was a straight shooter Really was But there have been many many examples in the past of abuses at the FBI even before J. Edgar Hoover And the FBI's founding was almost accidental It was founded under Theodore Roosevelt Did you know that mister producing And he created the FBI Because he didn't trust the Secret Service And it was the Secret Service that had much broader powers back then And it does even today So he didn't trust the Secret Service So he he created within the Department of Justice which had only been created about 40 50 years before the FBI This FBI And he put some loyalists in charge of it the early directors and then eventually Hoover I think was the third or fourth director and he was there almost half a century

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Guy Reschenthaler: I Do Not Trust the FBI

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Guy Reschenthaler: I Do Not Trust the FBI

"Congressman, another big story we're following the FBI. I'm going to ask you a very simple question. Do you trust the FBI? Yes, not at all. Please just call me guys. Look, the FBI has been corrupt from its very founding under J. Edgar Hoover. They worked in tandem, for example, with LBJ and other elected officials to get dirt on politicians so that their selected senators and congressmen can move up the ranks. They did surveillance on political figures and celebrities within the United States throughout history. And that hasn't changed. And the fact that you had the FBI going to Zuckerberg before the election saying that Hunter Biden laptop story was Russian disinformation. While at the same time, the FBI had possession of the laptop, which showed it wasn't Russian disinformation. That shows you that they were trying to interfere with the 2020 election. They also tried to hamstring the Trump administration, which to a degree they did when Jim Comey set up Trump and set up Flynn in the others when they were giving their incoming briefing. So I think the FBI needs to be reined in, much like we had to rein in the CIA back in the 70s where they were running around assassinating foreign foreign leaders. That needed more oversight. But we need to look at perhaps dividing the FBI and making sure they're silos, a function, and we just don't have this big mega agency that is trying to fix political elections, go after political opponents and really be the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party.

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Sean Davis: The FBI Is Rotten From the Top-Down

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Sean Davis: The FBI Is Rotten From the Top-Down

"If you were not smart enough as an agent who swore to protect and defend the constitution of the United States Smart enough to see you were being used as an instrument as a weaponized instrument of activist political power in defiance of the constitution then I'm sorry you don't deserve your badge or your gun The administrative staff that logged the evidence that did not turn into whistleblowers immediately on this They should be fired too I'm not backing down from that one bit Nothing will change If you can just say oh you know what I was just doing my job man Wasn't me No we pay you the qualification Sean to get in the FBI Our unbelievable You need like a graduate degree four or 5 years of experience I mean it's impossible to get in there You're telling me you didn't know what you were doing was probably a really bad destructive move for our republic Give me a break I'm totally with you I'm so done with hearing that well it was just a few bad apples rank pile or grace Okay this nonsense has been going on It's comforting to us to say it's been going on for 6 years No it's been going on for like 50 This is J. Edgar Hoover The building is named after him This agency is rotten from the top down from the bottom up and has been from the beginning It's a threat to the republic It's a threat to our liberties and the best thing we can do right now is to defund it dismantle it salt the earth where it stood and leave the wreckage as an example to everyone else afterwards that you can never have an unaccountable agency like this ever again And there's no negotiation on that This thing is a threat to America's system of constitutional order because they get to do whatever they want with no accountability to their political enemies And they get promoted

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AM Grestness: For the Rule of Law to Reign, The FBI Must Be Destroyed

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 3 months ago

AM Grestness: For the Rule of Law to Reign, The FBI Must Be Destroyed

"Hat tip to a.m. greatness. They always have great columns there. I love reading Julie Kelly there as much as possible on the J 6 protesters that political prisoners in other words. All right, just real quick. This guy, a guy by the name of Kyle scheidler. He says the FBI can not be saved. He was part of the organization. This guy is speaking from experience. So let me just quickly give you some of the bona fides if you'll just bear with me for a second. All right, his bona fides. He says we're on the time he was 7 years old. Until the age of 20, he was in love with the FBI. In second grade while other kids wanted to be firemen and wanted to he wanted to be a special agent and he said he could have told you what one was, what they did and what the requirements were to become one at the age of 7 guys in the early 90s. He said his favorite show was FBI, the untold stories. He said if he wasn't at home from cup sky from cup scouts in time for it to air, there was a tantrum that he would throw. He said he even did a book report on Jay Edgar Hoover on the J. Edgar Hoover biography in middle school. He talks about the Holy Land foundation. He says, his zeal had mellowed as he grew older, but never entirely disappeared as I began my career looking at counter terrorism policy. I'm meticulously studied the FBI's extensive investigation of the Holy Land foundation. That's the largest Islamic charity in the United States of America. And that was which was successfully convicted of financing the terror group Hamas.

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John Zmirak Draws Parallels Between MLK and Donald Trump

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

John Zmirak Draws Parallels Between MLK and Donald Trump

"Know that J. Edgar Hoover's FBI was wicked. They were evil. They were anti Americans with tremendous power in the middle of the American government. Given that power, they did every kind of harm, we ought not to put it past them to want to murder people. They did kill people. We know just what we know is that they surveilled Martin Luther King's private life. They found out about his extramarital affairs. They found out that he had plagiarized his dissertation in his speech. They found out that he was willing to accept support from communists and black Muslims and other extremist groups. And they tried to blackmail him. They tried to silence him. They tried to blackmail others into not supporting him. The FBI is now being weaponized. You can Donald Trump and his supporters. Worst. I mean, they never raided Martin Luther King's home, although I have to say state police, where the really terrible ones in the case of Martin Luther King. The police controlled in places like Alabama and Mississippi and Georgia, those state police forces were real problem because they were run by openly racist governors. So parallels are not perfect, okay? But they are striking.

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The List of Republicans Who Contributed to Inflation

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

The List of Republicans Who Contributed to Inflation

"Because these senators have contributed to inflation today Thereby partisanship has contributed to what's taking place today Roy blunt of Missouri Richard Byrd North Carolina Bill Cassidy of Louisiana Shelley Moore capito of West Virginia Susan Collins of Maine Kevin Cramer of North Dakota Mike crapo of Idaho Deb Fischer of Nebraska Lindsey Graham of South Carolina chuck grassley of Iowa John Hoover and of North Dakota Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky Lisa Murkowski of Alaska Rob Portman of Ohio Jim risch of Idaho Mitt Romney of Utah Dan Sullivan of Alaska Tom tillis of North Carolina Roger wicker of Mississippi these 19 Republicans Even after the $1.9 trillion spending splurge contributed another $1.2 trillion One 9 and one two 3.1 trillion on top of the half a trillion Just months before $3.16 trillion in less than one year On top of a nearly $5 trillion federal budget That's why we have inflation That's why we have inflation And these 19 Republicans contributed to it It's about the time the media in this country when they bring them on and they're attacking the Democrats point out who these 19 rhino cowards are playing to the media

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Why Dinesh Just Trended on Twitter

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:27 min | 5 months ago

Why Dinesh Just Trended on Twitter

"So yesterday I'm scrolling through Twitter and I noticed trending on Twitter. Number one, dinesh. I'm like, could it be a different than that? I'm not aware I've done anything trend worthy. And in fact, I called W I go, hey, listen, I'm trending on Twitter. She goes, oh no. Because usually usually far in some bad side, it means I've gone really close to the line and done something a little bit questionable. Debbie goes, it means you poke the bear, yeah. Evidently, I poke the bear. Well, now obviously I'm really happy when I was trending with the movie. 2000 meals was trending for a while. The national trending, the Souza was trending and all of that, of course, had a kind of purpose to it. But sometimes I'm trending for no evidence purpose. So this was the case yesterday. Well, here's how it started. You have this guy Richard ojeda. And he goes, a few think 2000 meals is valid. You may be part of the poorly educated. So this is kind of what got me and I'm like, well, okay, you know, if you consider the movie to be something that is made by an appealing to the poorly educated, let's compare credentials. So here's my tweet. Let's compare your educational credentials to mine. And now I'm laying it on here, obviously. Ivy League graduate from Dartmouth policy analyst at the Reagan White House, research scholar at AEI and the Hoover institution at Stanford, author of more than a dozen highly acclaimed bestselling books, and then my punchline. Now you go. Let's see how your credentials dead silence from the guy, but evidently it kind of, you know, it poked the bear, the left gets all stirred up and so on and so first of all, well, this is one of the nicer responses, which is hey dinesh, I may disagree with you on many things, but your background is undeniably accomplished. He goes, my issue is never your education. It's rather your slavish commitment to your worldview that ab initio, meaning from the beginning, excludes anything contradictory to your position. So he's implying I'm some sort of a dogmatist who's so close minded. I can't see the other side. Now I think if you listen to this podcast, you can see that first of all, my interests are pretty wide. I'm very often reading ideas at a completely different than mine. Even in my Christian apologetics, I read extensively the atheist. I don't just mean Christopher Hitchens and Dawkins. I read Nietzsche, I had been schopenhauer. I need Hume. And I quote all these guys in my work. So the idea, so I reply to this guy and I say I wish you knew me a little better 'cause I don't do

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Victor Davis Hanson on the West's Current Mindset of Self-Hatred

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 5 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson on the West's Current Mindset of Self-Hatred

"And he is professor Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover institution. Welcome to America first. Thank you. Professor, we've been going back and forth emailing each other over the last few days. My son has graduated from Stamford. We went through the proceedings, the commencement I played clips of the prayer from the dean of religion that opened the ceremony. I played the blessings from the in-house rabbi as well. My commentary was it's strange to have a blessing and a prayer that doesn't mention God and talks about judeo ism as a tradition, not a religion. What I didn't share with my listeners and I saved for our conversation given your storied background as the preeminent classicist in America today, my son majored in classics, I listened to the head of the department give his graduation speech and the second sentence was a mayor culpa for slavery and the lack of female voting rights in western civilization. I put that as the scene setting, the stage setting, is there a history of a civilization a culture faring well or even surviving professor when it's elite hates its own history? Well, when that starts to happen, then you have to have some kind of re enlightenment or renaissance. So if you look at the neronian period in the literature of that period, petronius, the Tony as you get this sense that affluence and leisure did create a lot of self hatred, but then you had the 5 good emperors come in. You had a hundred years of correction. And France was intellectually bankrupt between the wars and its army reflected that and collapsing in 6 weeks, but then it had sort of a recuperation after World War II. In fact, it's troops did very well under American auspices and of course. So we have to have that enlightenment and that rebooting. And if we don't, no, you can't

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"hoover" Discussed on On Shuffle

On Shuffle

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on On Shuffle

"In the third episode, we're debris falls off violet. She starts to cry. And it's like, yeah, that would fucking hurt. If rebar and cinder blocks fell on you, you would cry. And it was just one of those it was just like such a, like we were talking about just such a her face is also incredibly expressive. She's an anguish. Like the voice I think is also really good. It sounds like it. The way there's animated is incredible. And the stakes are just really high. They just feel it's just such a good show. Yeah. We just we can go on and on about it. We could. I want to go on a whole tangent about your point about debris making me think about the just the environmental design of the show, feeling so vertical and how that feels like a thing that's carried over from video games. The worst video games make you feel like you're walking down a hallway and just looking straight instead of like, it's always novel when a video game makes you have to pay attention to a ceiling, right? Or have to look up. And it's like, yeah, this show, the environments are just so top down. And there's always a sense of falling and a sense of hierarchy. And I don't know, it's just everything about the show is brilliant, watch arcane, we can talk about it all day, but we won't listeners by all means email us about arcade. Sound only pod at Gmail dot com. Micah, you got anything else? Oh man, that's it, you know? All right. We'll talk about utopia in the year. We'll talk about, I don't even know how many episodes we have before end of the year. But goddamn, watch arcade. And I need more. That's the kind of show where I'm just like, man. I need more of it. I need more of that show. And I read some reviews that are like, yeah, and you know, like maybe this will get more people in the League of Legends. League of Legends already fucking huge. And also old, right? But like I mean, nobody looks like my kind of gamer to care about. Yeah, I don't know. It's also like whatever. Who cares? They give me more arcade. We're not worried about getting more people to legal push. Yes. You are big league legis fans. You are actually if you're super into League of Legends by all means, email us and talk to us a bit about that game and the culture of the game. Because I stopped playing siege. I've given up on siege and I've gotten back into Street Fighter 5 lately, but that's toxic for me. Please give me an excuse to get in the League of Legends, but you really got a solid to me. Sound only pod at Gmail dot com, I'm Justin charity. And I'm my computer's shouts out to our producers, Stefan Anderson, will see you all next week..

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"hoover" Discussed on On Shuffle

On Shuffle

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on On Shuffle

"Drake ampersand Kanye show at the whichever arena sponsored by Amazon music. Don't forget to pick up your $300 jeans at the door. And the designs are ugly. I mean, I'm just saying, like, it's like, yeah, that's why I covered that. That's my half part of the gods. And as I have remarked, that's not what we're talking about this week, because I wasn't there. I didn't watch. I was at bar trivia getting destroyed at bar trivia in the snow in Wisconsin. This week, we're talking about a show that we could have gotten too sooner, frankly. A show that bring our TV critic Alison Herman tells me that she suffered some non insignificant tonnage of harassment from people mad that she didn't put this show on her, you know, her and miles like best TV of 2021 list. And at first when she said that because I brought it up to her, I was like, we gotta, you know, we've gotten some emails, like I actually, Mikey and I might talk about arcane. You know, she mentioned that she mentioned that and I laughed it off and then I watched this show. And then I, yeah, I texted Alice. And I was like, I might send you some hate mail shit. This shit is fire. Why did no one I know what happened, but like, I mean, I'm mad. I'm seeing this on bus stops and whatnot. We're not even that late. You know, the gorilla Netflix marketing campaign for it. Yeah. I mean, I'm seeing stuff about it being like, it's based on legal legends. I don't know nothing about the legal legends. You know, like, what do I care? What is this? And then you text me about it. I was just like, man. When we see what this is about. And then I watched it, who brother. You tell you. We're both so neither of us know shit about legal legends. And I can tell you what I think happened at least on my end, right? What it was was the live action bebop rollout, right? 'cause like you and I, you know, we do our media shit. We put our little strings and shit. But I was probably like, I was so focused on Netflix rolling out bebop, trying to get screeners for that. And I remember at one point, I kept getting emails about arcane and I was just sort of like, man, I know a lot about cowboy bebop and I'm already doing all this stuff and I'm trying to write about it. Meanwhile, I don't know shit about League of Legends and I think the other thing about it is like if you look at stills from the League of Legends thing, if you look at stills and don't worry, we're gonna praise the shit out of the animation in this in a second, but just looking at the initial stills and not really engaging engaging with it. I think it just, I got the impression of like, are they doing the art style from the telltale games that I don't like or is it like, you know what I mean? You can get a bad impression if you sort of don't really look at what you're looking at when you look at the promo for this. Honestly, you know, what the promos, the provos, when you look at, when you look at the promoters of the show, say, like, they remind you of RPGs that are only available on the Apple store. It's basically like, you know what I'm saying? It seems as though there is a C list celebrity that's going to step on the screen to sell you on the idea of getting on the App Store and escaping your 9 to 5 by setting seed laying siege to a castle. Yeah, yeah. And I mean, yeah, but I mean, it looks like that is the. Styling of the provos and like all of the stills, Michelle. That's what it looks like. A bunch of really throw every single fantasy element. We possibly can at. Ropey character models and let's throw ins of energy spires and we got ourselves a fantasy story is what it looks like. But. It works, you know? That's the thing. It's like one, the animation. Once the shit is in motion and it's doing the world building and stuff, it's a different story. And one other comparison I'll draw before we get into talking about the show is like, I think the other thing I thought a lot about was, you know, okay, so like League of Legends is like multiplayer 5 E 5 map control basically is that kind of game. But a lot of the I guess what I was seeing the promo in the still images, I thought a lot about how apex legends looks and how Overwatch look in the in game cutscenes. And those are also games that are, you know, they're like hero shooters, the stories that really a story. And there is that kind of like millennial zoomer video game post marvel video game aesthetic. Fortnite's kind of related to it, but like, yeah, there's something about there's a lot of interference created, I think, from what video game, like you say, JRPG, or like multiplayer animation looks like. And so it's easy to sort of see this stuff from arcane and maybe if you're not really fully locked in, up front to go, oh, this is that like video gamey bullshit lore like capital L Laura aesthetic and then you sit down to watch this show though. And oh my God, it's like every single if you went through this show with the checklist, right? So if you want to have a conversation about the designs, if you want to have a characterization about a conversation about the environments, if you want to have a conversation about the animation, I mean like character animation. And if you want to talk about characters of conversation about, again, you want to have a conversation about how the characters are written, how the story moves and builds. Pacing how the pacing. Yeah, it's just like, it's all there. Like, yeah, like, you know, my dad, we were late. And I don't know. It's like, it's one of those, it's one of those things where I, you know, the intimidating thing, too, is like, if you don't know shit about League of Legends, is it for you? Right. That's the natural first question. It's like in my own. You know what I mean? I imagine people ask themselves that with something like cowboy boo bop too. And I came out of this feeling like, no, I would recommend this to anyone to anyone. Yeah. Yes. Comfortable. Easily. Right now, today. Can I say to like we talked about Castlevania? We did a whole episode about we did. We did do a whole episode about.

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"hoover" Discussed on On Shuffle

On Shuffle

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on On Shuffle

"Gross. I was like, I hate this. And then in walks how where we have thank you, man, warm scars. Right? Like Vince McMahon. Coming out of the tunnel in this little white linen suit. Being like, hey, shiv, are you all right? Is everything okay? What happened? He does be doing that baby boys, though. I thought you were going to take over the world, baby, what happened? All the while, it was him who plunged the knife. And that gives her the forehead kiss of death. Right after, oh, man. That scene was said she was gold, man. That was like that. This is a finale. I love this. I'm excited to see where we're going to go. We see it for. I beg you, Justin. If you don't do anything, please watch the birthday episode, even if you don't continue to rest the season. The birthday episode makes the entire season worth it. It's like the most chaotic thing you'll ever see on TV for real. It is so like anxiety inducing. I can't even describe I can't describe it. You need to wash the episode off after it's over. And I know that I'm not exactly selling selling it as like, you know, like, a good experience, but it's definitely visceral, you know? You'll feel strongly about it. Okay. That, man, the shameless comparison, too. Like, I hate, you will be back in. You got me back in. I'll catch back up. That said, that's our Succession talk. We're not talking about Succession this week. You know what else we're not talking about this week? I mean, not talking about the free Larry Hoover concert. We now talk about it. We're not talking about it. Because we don't know nothing about it. What are you or I have to not say about it up top before we talk about arcade? I got a text from a good friend that now colleagues of Paul Thompson about whether I was at this thing could and I was like, nope. No. Yeah, he was. And he posted the picture to presidential Instagram. Of the merch table. You know, this, which was it's the concert. Brokered by J prince between the Drake and Kanye West. Was and sponsored by Amazon. Amazon. Okay. Can we talk about reasonably certain? But can we focus on the J prince think one side? Because I have a question. Insofar as. Wait, wait. Oh, go ahead, you go. Because I got to, I got to tell you, I got to say this detail about the merch table. Because yeah, because. The picture of the merch table and it's like just wash out thrashed denim stuff with crudely printed free Hoover texts, just like in a cross pattern and just impact font. I mean, the most slapped together shit I've ever seen in my life. And the jeans were $300. And it's just like, who is it? I mean, you know, I'm just, it's just, I'm just saying. No, but listen. Tell me that when you first saw any of the Instagram marketing for this concert when they started doing the font and they did the little X and the SG for special guests. Once you saw that font come out on Instagram, you knew that the only point of this concert was to sell $300 pants. That is the tell loss. Of an event like this. I mean, it was just it wasn't even like, you know, there were so many options for I mean, they didn't even it's not even design. It's just printed, you know? It was the picture of Drake's freedom and hoodie. Yeah, that's not the back of that. Yeah. Oh, man. It's just, okay, can I ask about because I have a question? I get the J prince, right? Shotgun marriage between Kanye and Drake. It's not a good look for either of them, except. One thing that was notable hearing secondhand about people's experience of the concert, it was everyone pointing out that the Kanye half was way better than the Drake app. And I think the larger observation about this whole sort of forced reconciliation between Drake and Kanye is that it seems to have been negotiated on terms that pretty decisively humiliate drink so far. And I'm struggling to understand Jay prince's role. In owning his own man's in this way right like you would think that she prince was employed by Kanye West. Given how this is all played out so far. You being in terms of him being able to sell the $300 jeans and we're just gonna make people not look terrible. Like I just think Drake ever since he and Kanye have posed in that photo on Instagram with J prince right like the beef is over free Larry Hoover, like Drake is just an absolute fucking lame. In all of this. And it feels unfair to drink. I'm actually for once, I feel offended on behalf of the tree. And I think it's like when you specify that drink looks a situation. Can they look what? That's the thing. I mean, Kanye looks lame, but he looks lame in a way that J prince at least orchestrated an out for him. Whereas this is hell for Drake. You know this situation as it exists currently is hell for Drake. He hates every minute of it. Kanye looks like but Drake looks like they suffer. It's a statement of any kind of like, you know, it's just it's also got at least Kanye's position was that he didn't want to be beefing with Drake. Where's Drake's position was he wanted to be beefing with Kanye? I don't know. It's just, it looks for various reasons. This looks like a really asymmetrical reconciliation that man, I just, I don't know that Drake has looked this bad since the story of added on moment. Basically. Yeah, I'm just going to go ahead and say that it just doesn't look good on anybody. This doesn't look great on. Anyone involved. I said.

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"hoover" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Attorney radio show powered by polaris razor like to welcome my next guest A guy who needs no introduction tyler hoover from hoover's garage man tyler. Welcome to the show buddy. Thank you very much. I'm not sure unless you're a weird person. A lot of youtube that well known there's something magic. What youtube got kinda feel like. There's two big thresholds on youtube right. The one hundred thousand mark and then the million mark. And i feel like you've you've hit million. I'd say it's it's a pretty decent accomplishment. I'll thank you. Yeah you definitely. It's a little easier to get that hundred thousand mark but You kind of have to claw your way up to the million but Yeah know there's somebody bigger for sure. Yeah for sure. But i know this is a lot coming up for you. Obviously i want to jump into talking about youtube part of the reason. We've got you on the show. I guess we'll get the formalities. Out of the way but this weekend man. Big deal watkins glen. You're the grand marshall for the go bowling at the glen nascar racists weekend i..

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"hoover" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"In tyler. Hoover hoover garage on tap for here for our number two You know it's funny. I put it out there every once in a while and had somebody pigmy back a good friend. Pleasant cook who You know hers. Last week's guest on the show I'm looking for things to do. It sturgis obviously. I'm going to be there. I got lots to do. But if there's any food any fun in cool places like man. I'd like to know right so hit me up so pleasant. Hit me up. There is a food truck. I guess that has been ranked. The best food truck in all of sturgis called sweet potato burrito and she says you gotta try sweet oh burrito. It's insane so i guess. I'm headed to sturgis to try sweet till burrito I've kinda sweet burritos. there's gotta be more to this. But if it's got ranked best answers i gotta tell you i know where some darn good taco zar king the hammer. Yes go out to the middle of the desert and johnson valley and find the best of your life. Yep pizza can happen so I'm not putting burritos in. South dakota at sturgis out of the question so looking forward to try those but if you know of anything it sturgis that i gotta try need experience whether it be locations concerts bars food. Like you tell me. I m going in with an open mind to sturgis and i want to try some of the best food and drinks and experiences known to man. Let me know. hit me up. At jim beaver. Fifteen and gimme. Gimme those comments because Sweet oh burrito. That's on the list right now. And i need to add to that list since i'm going to be back there for a few days with my good friends at fistful of bourbon. Once again yeah. They're a great partner in the show. But i am going to be on site with them with a perfect company at sturgis like a kid life. Get any better..

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"hoover" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Polaris razor killer. No filler welcome back to the general tire down dirty radio show powered by polaris razor Yeah we get You know once again. A big show today We got to david higgins coming up in the next segment. Yes the man. The myth the legend He is on And then an hour number two. We got ron caps as well as tyler. Hoover hoover from hoover's garage. Also nascar grand marshal this week in watkins glen so big show big show but Yeah i guess we got you know segment here where i get to do a little bit of whirlwind of talking on a on a moderate of things and i honestly have absolutely no idea where we're going to start other other than the fact that i did tune into Stage rally this week tune. In washed online. David higgins coming back and this is obviously a lot of you. That have been on the show know that i was you know. One of the voice along with jared deanna of rebel global rallycross for two years. And then kinda on that gig wrapped up for me. I was the voice of rally. America for two years So i have put it a lot of time in in stage rally and rallycross. Let's put it that way you know. I've been an ambassador for dirt fish for years. I have a helmet hat deal. So stay abreast with rally global ambassador for subaru for two three years. I'm where i actually had an sti that they drive and you know and things like that so You know. I've been around the rally community for a very long time and By default rally fan. You know And you know. I've been fortunate to have been some of the best north american stage rallies in last decade Onsite i remember a couple years back There was a big one in new england force. Rally which is by default kind of become One of the big ones on there rally calendar want indefinitely wanna ten very fan friendly And that happened this past weekend but There's a couple years ago where travis. Pastrana ken block david higgins I believe There was rob malaga. Man was in a are five that was brought by 'em sport from europe and Swear missing another heavy hitter..

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"hoover" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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"hoover" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"I saw his worst excesses and best intentions by paul karski. Low-tar ski is the author of the director. My years assisting j. edgar hoover published by scripture. Some people have tough bosses back in nineteen sixty. Six mine was one of the most feared men in america. J. edgar hoover had been running the fbi for an unfathomable forty one years on the morning. I was scheduled to report for duty as his assistant. Then only twenty three years old. I was a bit nervous about the assignment and made sure to arrive at the bureau building early so i could do a pre check of the great man's office and the years that followed i would come to see two sides of the director and indeed i would come to see two sides of the fbi. Where i was determined to shy realizing that there are often equally true. But opposed sides. To a story was one impetus for sitting down all these years later and writing a memoir of my time working for hoover. Sure i wanted my grandkids to have a record of what grandpa had experienced but it also seemed important in light of recent events to remind people that law enforcement usually begins with good intentions sadly and periodically a gravitational effect works against balance the hoover. Whose whims i catered to. Every day most admittedly clerical some highly personal and quirky could often seem larger than life to a certain extent hoover had earned the fierce allegiance that bureau agents paid him he was sworn enemy of the bad guy and most of the time his sense of who the bad guy was proved spot on the also could be morally courageous such as when he initially counselled. The roosevelt administration not to intern japanese during world war two but sometimes zeal and hidebound view of the real america as locked in a life and death struggle against a range of subversives prompted him to cast his investigative nets to wide on hoover's desk said a notebook containing all the outstanding wiretaps. The bureau then had running. Occasionally i'd furtively steal a glance at notebooks. cryptically worded notations and just down the hall only yards away. we're locked cabinets containing the voluminous secret files that made everyone official washington weak-kneed as they pondered what might be hiding there. I'm quite sure that the director never thought he was doing anything. Less than god's work but yes. The files clearly overstepped the b. is charged to go after the bad guys containing tidbits of many who earned the bureau's attention simply because their ideology was then thought of as liberal or because these individuals were prominent enough to impede the directors aims one in two thousand five. There was much fanfare because the national archives finally brought into its domain hoover's privately secret files for examination by scholars..

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"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Know why. But somehow my account like i did a video the other day. That was just a normal video about someone else's book and it got taken down for child born so why. Yes everyone of my videos. I swear it's like the last three or four videos. I've done like they'll mute them and then remove over and i'm like i need to contact tick talk or something. Yeah you deal anyone listening has contacted tick cock. Let's get this sorted. That's very interesting and unfortunate. Okay so calling hoover on everything. You are just brilliant. And i am going to have to have another like podcast with you or even a segment just to talk about verity when i finish it because i would love that i can finish yet because this is. I mean. I was supposed to be done by this time but league last night. For example i felt drunk from reading. And i didn't drink i was reading in my eyes. Were like rolling into the back of my head. And i was like in a state rose asleep but i was still just trying to get you know the pages. Anything you've read. You have no idea what what you just read. Many my producer she goes. Oh so you were tired. Yes i was tired. And i was trying to stay awake to read it but i would love. He's got back from vacation. It takes it takes days to get over that and that's a five hour time change from hawaii so i forgive myself but i would definitely love to talk to you about that because i wanted to today and i know people are so interested to hear more on that. So we'll do a part to segment about verity and discuss that. Because i can't wait to finish that book. I would love that absolutely well. Thank you so much for your time. And just congratulations and everybody loves your work so please keep writing and but whenever it's convenient for you when you owned his own 'cause we will always read them..

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"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I always want to know when writers do kelly oxford as She's a she's canadian. But i know she likes to right and she's actually done like some film and stuff but she will just go you know. Get herself a really nice hotel and shut off and like do certain things and she can't right in her own home. Do you have a place that you like to go to write or do you feel comfortable in your own home writing. So i live a mile from where. I'm recording this right now. I built an office a mile from my house just out of my house. Yeah yeah..

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"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Didn't think that i wrote a book a you know that it was a story i wrote for fun. And then when people started reading it recommending it. I was like. Oh maybe this is the real deal. i have. I suffer from imposter syndrome terribly. But yes i did leave a publisher at one point to go back indeed. Because the quote that you're talking about. I think i said something like if you try to put me in a box out claw my way out because i right one thing you know and publishers. I understand they want to kind of put you in a certain genre. They were wanting me to write women's fiction and i was like. Oh but i have this thriller. I wanna ride a paranormal. I wanna ride that. you know. that's the thing i'm most grateful for in this career is just being able to write what i feel like rioting and my readers support in. It's great. Yeah that's incredible. I feel like that's the same thing you know with publishers even like music or certain things like that they always want you to stay in one genre and i think it's cool that you get to have your passion and not have any limits when like yeah we'll get to just do exactly what you want to do and it's interesting that you have imposter syndrome and i know so many people out there suffer from the same thing and i'm sure so many my listeners. Do like in your mind when something shifted and your book you know did well. What would you say to people who are struggling to like find their passion and they're scared and they think there's someone better than them out there at it when you felt the same way but you wrote a new york's best time selling book you know. I still struggle with this. So i don't know that i can give advice other than just you know. Do what makes you happy. Writing books made me happy and there was a audience out there who read them. And you know everything that that has come after. That has just been icing on the cake. It's it's been a crazy ride. But i still. You know the books are going insane right now and it ends with us is hit bestsellers lists for like three months in a row and and just over here like hiding in a corner like they're gonna come knock on. My door told me it was a mistake any day. Now that's what i call the fraud. Police they tell you that it's a big joke and there. You don't deserve it but you do like you're writing is i mean brilliant and your storytelling his brilliant and i just feel like it must take so much discipline to write a book like do. Just start out with this idea and just start writing. Or what does that like process. Time-wise wise everything from start to finish like. How much discipline does that take. You know it's different with every book Some of them were harder to write than others. Verity came came really quick and easy for me. Because i was just so into the story. That was probably the fastest one. I've written so far but they usually take me about six months to a year to ride. I can put out one to two a year. That's my max. But i am not a disciplined person. I'm not organized. I don't have a calendar. Like i wake up and do what i feel like doing because i want us to continue to fill like a hobby for me and not a job and i'm just very very lucky that i get to pay my bills from my hobby but i think that's what's worked for me as i don't put rules on myself..

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"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"hoover" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Hey bombing. Pino ready for the show. Welcome come on because the the best began all right. Welcome to off the vine. I'm your host caitlyn bristle. And i'm going to say i've turned into a bookworm. I love to read so much now. It helps me with my anxiety. Healthy fall asleep helps me feel smarter. Come off watching like a netflix show. I feel dumber for watching but reading a book. I feel smart anyways. A good one to recommend. Is it ends with us. Which is one of my favorite books of all time as well as verity which turned into my sisterhood of the traveling book adventure in maui. After i lost it on my never ending journey to get there and today i get to talk about both of those incredible books the characters and the ideas behind them and maybe some insider info or hidden meanings with none other than the author colleen hoover i am only partway through verity. So we talk more about it ends with us. But i feel like all of my vinyls are super excited about this too and after i finished reading bertie. I'm going to bring her back on. Because i know i'm gonna want to deep dive into her brain for that. I shared my facebook group. That i'd be chatting with her. So colleen answers a bunch of your questions that you asked. And i'm excited for you to hear from the woman who is making so many of us lose hours of sleep while not able to put her books down and begging for more so very excited to read another book together. Text me recommendations you guys to my number listed in the bile of my off the vine instagram. And let's hear more from colleen. Hi hey.

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