35 Burst results for "Hundred Years"
More Than One Million Registered Voters Have Switched to the GOP
"You are living through a once in a generation political realignment. I believe it could be a once in a hundred year political realignment. We talked about this in great detail in a previous monologue and dialog. With Myra Flores winning in South Texas, 84% Hispanic district, the second most Hispanic district in the country. We saw a district that was once Democrat plus 25. Now go plus R plus Republican by 5 points. This country is far more conservative than it is represented politically. It's far more conservative than is reflected in our cultural institutions. And there is now there is a remarkable story that came out today. From The Associated Press, that believe it or not, is actually really well written. I got a couple things that I think they miss word here and that are misleading. But this right here is a 5 alarm fire for the Democrats. More than 1 million voters switch to Republican Party in warning for Democrats. Associated Press. Quote, a political shift is beginning to take hold across America. As tens of thousands of suburban swing voters who helped fuel the Democrat parties gains in recent years are becoming Republicans. More than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year, according to the voter registration data analyzed by The Associated Press. The previously unreported number reflects a phenomenon that is playing out in virtually every region of the country. Democrat and Republican states along with cities and small towns in the small period Joe Biden replaced Donald Trump. But nowhere is that shift more pronounced and dangerous for Democrats than in the suburbs were well educated swing voters who turned out against Trump's Republican Party in recent years appear to be swinging back.
Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op
"I think it was at the swearing in ceremony of Myra Flores? This amazing young woman in South Texas who came out of nowhere and for the first time in over a hundred years, won this particular congressional district. She's a rock rib conservative. She's a fighter. She's spunky. She's pretty amazing. So I guess at the swearing in ceremony, there's Pelosi, of course, who's forced to swear her in. And I kid you not Pelosi is standing there next to Myra Flores as little daughter. And Pelosi looks down and is annoyed at her and elbows the little girl out of the way. You got to see this. Do we have audio with it or is it just B roll, Derek? Okay, listen to this. Cut ten. Let me play this clip. And give you the intent because Pelosi took to the podium after the roe V wade decision was announced. I would say good morning, but it's not a good morning. I'll get you my little pretty and your little dog too. I mean, she was livid. Livid. And she took it out on a little girl, throwing an elbow, Derek, you gotta, we gotta get my Flores back. Just to talk about this, here's cut ten, I'll narrate if you don't have your smartphone or you're not by your laptop or your computer where you can see this video. We want our faster to come into the future. I mean, she literally elbows this little girl the two beautiful smiley little girls there in these little white dresses, these little angels, and this, I'm sorry, which looks down at the girl and gives her an elbow,
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
Mayra Flores' Historic Flipping of a Democratic Seat in South Texas
"Huge development out of South Texas Myra Flores a Republican running against this guy, Danny Garcia, a Democrat for an open sea, the seat vacated by philemon vela, who got an appointment in the Biden administration. This has been a democratic seat for a hundred years. And Myra Flores needed not just a win. She had to get to 50% to avoid a runoff and she did. So she has flipped the seat. This narrows further the Pelosi margin in the house, which is already very tiny. And so, and it signals a larger trend that's going on in South Texas. Now, this is actually where you grew up. This is my home turf. This is my dream come true. And so, you know, when we interviewed Myra a few months ago, and I was, you know, I helped with the interview, I was one of the I talked to her as well. And I said, listen, this is my dream come true to make to make the valley red. I mean, I just, you know, always dreamed of that. Even when I was 14 years old, I met Ronald Reagan in harlington. That was something that, you know, hey, we have to flip this, this county red. And she did. Now, we have to help her because it's going to get a little dicey come November. Because they have done a redistricting in the valley. And so her seat is now redistricted in a way that actually gives a Democrat a 17 point lead. So we have to, you know, hey, all my Friends from Harlem and high school go vote for
You Are Living Through the 'Great Realignment'
"You are living through a realignment. The great realignment. We have been forecasting this, we have been foreshadowing this for quite some time. We've been telling you that the people of the country are no longer going to tolerate the ruling of the few why the many suffer. We've been seeing it in school board races when seeing it in state representative races. We've been seeing it in voter registration races, but now we're seeing an actual congressional races. We are living through something profound and something generationally significant. We are finally seeing what we have been waiting for as the equal and opposite reaction as we build and we build and we build as we get closer to November. What we saw last night, we haven't seen in well over a hundred years. Actually a 140 years. You see what we saw last night is evidence that there is fight still in the American spirit. That things are not as doom and gloom as the prognosticators might believe. Even conservatives can be awfully apocalyptic in their thinking. A conservatives can say, oh, Charlie, is there any way we could turn this around the elections? I don't trust them, and the media is bought and the intelligence agencies are compromised. Even for some conservative that can be a little bit doom and gloom at times last night was a shock and awe. What we saw last night is something that I believe is the beginning stages of a once in a hundred year political transformation. I believe we are seeing a political transformation a great realignment that will permanently upend our system of government, the Democrat party, and will finally put the conservative movement in the driver's seat, not the Republican Party, but the conservative movement and the driver's seat for generations to
Elon Musk Confirms He Voted Republican in Texas Primary Election
"Don't get cocky. But we had a really good night last night. Elon Musk voted Republican for the first time. Because you know they moved Tesla to Texas and I guess he's in this district district 34 in the Rio Grande valley. Billionaire Elon Musk confirmed his official political stance. Revealing he made the plunge. He walked away from the Democrats. And voted for Myra Flores, Myra Flores is making history in South Texas. Myra Flores. Pretty well clobbered Dan Sanchez, the Democrat, it could be the first time in over a hundred years. If she wins in the general, that the Democrat held seat flips red. And becomes Republican. Could be the first time in a hundred years in the Rio Grande valley.
Even CNN Knows Democrats Are in Trouble Following Primaries
"But once in a while, they, they function as useful idiots. And I am proud to play a clip for you from one of the most insufferable CNN hosts Don lemon, who was hosting a panel last night late into the night after the red wave midterm or after the red wave primaries held in a number of states, South Carolina, Nevada, Texas, great news for the Republican Party, shocking news out of Texas, where a first time candidate, a young woman named Myra Flores, came along and as I understand it, it's the first time in a hundred years that a Democrat held seat in Congress in the Rio Grande valley of Texas has flipped to the Republicans. First time in a hundred years, an extraordinary story, so I want to play. I want to start this hour playing for you a Don lemon CNN clip because I think it will put a smile on your face. Texas 34, the movement of Hispanic voters towards the Republican Party and that part of Texas to me is one of the biggest stories of the night. I know it's not quite final yet, but it's a big deal. What do you make of that do you see a trouncing Kirsten? I think Scott is indicating that there's going to be a trouncing of Democrats come midterms. Do you agree with that? Well, I think that is sort of the expectation. And I think if we look at it even historically, this was I mean, we were all predicting quite some time ago, even before Joe Biden's approval ratings got to the point that they are, the Democrats are going to have a hard time because historically that's what happens to the president's
Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'
"Mark honestly it had been on my own mind and on my heart for years As someone who read what you've written across from americanism to American Marxism understanding the depth of what the left had done in our culture and our politics I still had this itching sense that like you did with American Marxism it's all deeper and specifically in the education system Some reason I've always been interested in that And it was actually the beginning of 2020 before COVID that I was introduced through a wonderful family in North Carolina during a Fox and Friends segment to David Goodwin who runs the association of classical Christian schools He was doing research about the roots of the progressive takeover Why and how they did it over a hundred years ago And I was fascinated by it And I was asking questions and we were going back and forth and he didn't he didn't know as much about the modern manifestation and it just became clear between the two of us We should work together We didn't know each other at all But two Christians patriots passionate about education He's made it his life work for two decades I've been wanting to write a book on education for 5 years well before this all started And it just became clear let's work together And we did And I started from the 1870s and I started from what we're seeing now and we put our research together basically met in the middle in the 1950s and 60s and the picture became clear This was a plot not necessarily that they knew exactly where it was going But each successive generation and we can get into the details on that was intentional about getting control of our youngest of minds Books have been written the closing of the American mind the coddling of the American mind about higher education and we said now it's time to write a book about K
Pete Hegseth: Progressives Were Welcomed Marxists for Decades
"Peter I watched you on Fox and Friends this morning discussing that exact point That the leftists who started this school reformation project or whoever the whatever euphemisms they like to call this cultural corruption They wrote openly about they were not hiding this It wasn't in any way cryptic They wrote about it You document it It's right there They told you what they wanted to do And we just dropped the ball on this over the course of decades It's true And they actually the progressive's member progressive is a term we use to a political ideology today It was a political movement in the early 20th century They looked reasonable even patriotic when compared to some of the anarchists that were committing political assassinations and communists at the time So they were tolerated In fact even welcomed later on Marxist who landed at Columbia University at the most preeminent teachers college and what did they push at that teacher's college in Columbia critical theory critical theory is premised on the deconstruction of the west of the western structures We know it today as critical race theory and critical gender theory but Hemingway once said things happen gradually until they happen suddenly And then COVID-19 when the classroom came into our homes and parents were mortified by the gender pronouns being talked to 7 year olds in the 1619 Project that was the suddenly aspect to the hundred years that preceded it where they took control of every I'm not kidding Dan and you know this Every aspect of the educational industrial complex teachers colleges unions of course we know that curriculum now today testing and standards So if you want to become a teacher in 99% of schools you have to go through that pipeline and pay homage to the progressive view of the world
Kirk Cameron and Eric Encourage Parents to Consider Homeschooling
"To people. I talked to a woman here in Manhattan. You know, super educated, whatever and I said, she said, what would you do? If you had a young kid, and I said, I'm telling you what I would do. Homeschooling, number one, absolutely number one. She says, oh, I'm not qualified. I thought you're crazy. You're more qualified than anybody. Like, you know, people. That's right. Always act like, wow, that's like, that's like asking me to do brain surgery. I'm not qualified. It's like, no, it's not brain surgery. It's teaching your kids, and there are all kinds of ways that today you can get help in doing that. It's not like that's right. That's right. You're not living on an island somewhere, and you're not trying to duplicate the school classroom in your house. Imagine, imagine if you could educate your kids in such a way where you knock down the walls, the whole world becomes your classroom and you're in community with like minded people who love your values who love this country who consider it a blessing to be able to teach your kids who they are and how they fit into the world to accomplish great purposes, that is what homeschooling is like. And you can lean into your children's strengths and learning styles in community and there are curriculums that are written by educators with PhDs and co ops and networks and conferences that help you. And this is how America was built, folks. For the first hundred years, they didn't have a national Department of Education. In fact, that's prohibited by the constitution for the very reasons we're seeing today. That's their rotting the minds and souls of American children, despite what parents actually want. Yeah, and
Leadership Lessons From Ted Lasso: Tell the Truth
"Next thing is just tell the truth. You know, this is hard, okay? And it may sound funny to you. And as I tell the truth, but just sometimes the situations that you're in just call for saying that we need to tell the truth. This is where we're at. This is situation we're in. And here's how we can fix it. I knew as a pastor and as a member of Congress, one of the first rules that I had from my staff was this. You know, what I ask you is just never surprise me. You know, if you have something that is going wrong or you have something in this man, just don't surprise me. Don't let it spring up because you're too scared to tell me the truth. That either I messed up or I didn't do what I was supposed to do or you didn't do what you're supposed to do, but don't surprise me. Folks in your businesses in your lives and your families. There is a great lesson to be learned is just don't surprise each other. That is when the most struggle come to someone who has been a counselor for years and dealing with this, what I find so many times whether it's business relationships or personal relationships or political relationships, however you want to put them. It is that surprise factor. Oh, well I didn't want to I didn't want to hurt your feelings. Folks, sometimes you just got to hurt people's feelings. Now that doesn't mean that you're out there, you know, going around intentionally being a jerk. That's not what I'm saying, but sometimes the honesty hurts. Some of the best lessons in my life have come from people that were able to tell me the truth. I've told this story many times in speaking engagements when I was pastoring a young pastor. I stood at the back of the church as a church was getting out, you know, parishioners would come by and the people who came that morning and most of them would come out past her, great job, love the sermon, great service, gloves Harmon. Thanks for sharing. And you know, as a pastor and for a pastor's after who might be listening to this, you know, that's sort of boost your ego up a little bit. You know what I mean? I'll say it. You know, you worked on your sermon. You want to get it up very good. And so you're looking for that affirmation and hey, we did it well. Well, a sweet lady came up in her name. She still laughs. She's over a hundred years old and Rosetta and I are. Came to me one morning and she looked at me and she this was about 25, 30 years ago, so she was she was going right along and she was just wonderful at being a sounding board for honesty. She came in and she said, preacher I enjoyed your sermon. Well, of course, I was feeling pretty good. Miss rose had a lot in my sermon. And then she looked at me and she held onto my hand for a second and he said, I like it better the first time this morning, but it was okay. And I sat there for a second, and I said, what? The first time, and what she reminded us was, is I had gotten to a point in my sermon and I thought I had to repeat myself because maybe I just didn't think people were understanding it. And I repeated part of my message and what she was telling me was is sort of a great life lesson is make your point and then
Tim Wise: We Have a Dangerous Country Because White Men Wanted Guns
"And Tim wise who's an anti racism educator On the fabulous MSNBC platform Which has the pulse of America The pulse of America He can explain it all Cut four go So the irony is that we now have an incredibly dangerous country for everybody's babies White babies black babies Brown babies everybody's babies because white men a couple hundred years ago decided we needed to have all the weapons that we could possibly have and enshrine that in the constitution to defend against those people and the irony is that now white folks white children white families just as in danger we buy all these weapons in the wake of Obama's election There was a big upsurge in weapons the spokes were all black dudes the president and they're going to come take our guns after Ferguson when Mike Brown was killed the Ferguson uprising every once said we got to go get all these guns And the irony is that that increase in gun ownership did not lead to self defensive use of weapons to prevent burglaries or whatever It led to an increase in suicide and increase in homicide We are a less safe nation for everybody's babies because of this obsession and this obsession goes back hundreds of years You see it's the original seed we need to start over
Charlie Recaps the Three Types of Churches
"You explain to us about the three churches that you're seeing? Yeah, so there's three types of churches. It's the three C's and we'll go through it and I'm going to say this rather bluntly and plainly. You know my heart. If I offend you, sorry, I guess. We're not going to be honest. We're running out of time. It's political correct stuff's a bunch of garbage, okay? So look, number one, let's start with the good, the courageous church. Good pastors like Micah. He's doing amazing job pastors at our standing up for truth. Now, the courageous church is willing to stand up against government lockdowns and tyranny. The courageous church is willing to instruct their congregation about all the decisions they have to make. How do I marry? Who do I May or marry? How do I organize my finances? Who do I vote for? Is it a good or bad thing that I'm gambling? The church must do equip the congregation, the flock, with answers about all of these otherwise confusing issues. The courageous church does not care what The New York Times says. The courageous church does not care about what the activists say. The courageous church doesn't care if people walk out of sermons because you might have said something they don't like. A courageous church does not look at success through budgets and buildings, which the most of the American church does, by the way. Instead, they say, how many souls are we winning? Are we proclaiming truth? The courageous churches the vast minority of churches in America. And just like courage in general is very hard to find. The courageous church is a growing but small community and we're trying to help grow that at TPUSA faith. The second type of church is the cowardly church. They're the church that knows what they should do, but they don't do it. And they'll say the following couple of excuses. We only do the gospel around here. So do I. And I believe the gospel is about creating disciples, not converts of all nations. And discipleship goes deep. Discipleship means you're going to quit people to make good decisions in every arena of life, including what kind of government you're going to have. Don't tell me it's unimportant. Don't tell me it doesn't matter. More people have died from bad government last hundred years than anything else. So if you don't care about government, a lot of suffering can happen as we as Christians to try to limit suffering. We should care for the least amongst us. If you have bad government oppressive government tyrannical government, look what happened in the last couple of years. The lockdowns, the suicides, the mental health issues that are all byproducts of bad government policy and the type of system that we had. The cowardly church and here's my call for a lot of you. If you have a pastor, if you are a pastor here in this audience, that refuses to speak out at all about these issues. I want to challenge you because you can make a decision immediately to go from the cowardly to the courageous.
Daniel Horowitz on Biden's Warning of an Even Bigger Looming Pandemic
"Right now is an incredibly wise and great patriot, someone who has been speaking out against COVID tyranny, and has also been unafraid to go into the weeds and do research whether it's Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and really waging a very effective war against Remdesivir, and he's been one of the most articulate and effective writers in the last couple of years, and he's been keeping keeping the bad guys on defense, which is just terrific. It's Daniel Horowitz, who has a new article out all about this topic we're talking about Daniel Horowitz says, quote, states must preemptively nullify any WHO international pandemic regulations. Daniel, welcome back to the program. Tell us what is the WHO poised to do, separate fact from fiction and how should we respond? Sure, you can't view this in a vacuum. Let's first of all, you have to look at the broader context that the Biden administration just conducted this global COVID summit where they essentially warned there's going to be an even bigger pandemic that is even more deadly and it's going to happen in the fall and the winter. It's kind of interesting. They seem to always know that. You know, when it's going to happen, so I would take them at face value, I ignored it last decade and never paid attention to this, but now I think we should take them seriously. So the broader point is that the impression that Republicans are trying to give you. And when I say Republicans, I mean the Mitch mcconnells, I mean, a lot of governors and state legislative leaders when I had friends of mine and state legislators, they're like, dude, we got to immunize ourselves against this to make sure it doesn't happen again. Let's utilize the time we live in when all these non pharmaceutical interventions so to speak have become so unpopular and let's make sure we currently ban it in law and state constitutions. And they're like, no, we're done with COVID. Let's move on. They don't want to talk about it. But we're not done with it. We're not done with the biomedical state because Charlie, this wasn't some once in a hundred year natural virus that happened to come and now it's over with. So maybe they responded inappropriately or even in an evil way, but it's over with. No, they induced it. They created it, and they're on to the next thing. And they've already groomed dare I say our generation to automatically acculturate themselves to this sort of reaction. So
Horse With Long Odds Wins Kentucky Derby
"I started last hour by noting The Kentucky Derby win of rich strike. Shown for some blessed reason put down $10,000 on rich strike. And ended up with $800,000. The beauty of that is as he still working with me. No matter how rich Sean gets, he stays with me. Is that fair to say, Sean? Yeah. So that's the course was 80 to one. I can't get over it. And I don't even follow horse racing, but it's the longest odds in the winter in Kentucky Derby and over a hundred years.
AP analysis finds growing number of poor, high-hazard dams
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Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech
"And now we have these efforts with the government To monitor speech of a government's monitoring speech it wants to control speech This has happened from time to time in our history The difference is believe that these were terrible terrible even grave errors on the part of presidents and congresses Whether it was done by John Adams our second president to try and silence Thomas Jefferson in the new Republican Party The Civil War period where some 200 newspapers were shut down A hundred years ago when Woodrow Wilson the more modern period actually in prison people who disagree with this position on the war when FDR unleash the IRS against his political opponents who would speak out against him and that would include numerous newspaper publishers and I could go on and on These are very very bad times in American history but now presumably we've learned from this And if you noticed how little the corrupt American media AKA the American pravda how little they've objected to this It's conservatives Constitutionalists who are objecting
Rapper Zuby Dissects the BLM Movement
"We are clearly living in an age of identity politics out of control, whether it's skin color based, whether it's gender, sexual proclivity, will you give us your analysis of what the truth about BLM is, if we go a hundred years into the future, if there's an objective fact based historian, what should that historian be writing about BLM in 2020 to 2022? All right, well, I think the first and most important thing to say about BLM, Black Lives Matter, is that it is a semantically overloaded phrase. When I hear BLM or Black Lives Matter, that could be referring to one of at least three things. There is the statement, Black Lives Matter, just a statement, which everybody agrees with. I did not need a political or social movement to let me know that my life has value and my parents and families lives have value and many of my friends, lives have value. And over a billion people in the world, I believe there's about a billion people, billion black people in the world, all of our lives matter. Thank you. I've known this for many, many years. So everyone agrees with that statement. Part two is the organization. So there is an organization, I believe it's a nonprofit or charity, which is called Black Lives Matter. It is, I don't think the right word is incorporated, but it's a registered, it's a registered organization that I believe has multiple chapters, not just in the U.S., but also outside of it. So it is an organization. It has leaders, it has people who raise money for it to the tune of millions and millions of dollars over the past few years. So BLM is also specifically an organization.
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"The rail price range pasta season you can get shy around twenty thousand euros, which would be for property that sleeps around twelve people on the crazy weeks in ability. That price can range up to one, hundred, seventy, two, three, thousand years, but it is but one of the property that won the world shelley last year and it was on the pace New Year eight ranges depends pick your week depending on your budget. Essentially. A combination, but you will supply only extras you can arrange flights, you can arrange transfers, you can have a company's absolutely we don't range of we partner companies, our clients choose the best supply that suits their requirements because our clients coming in from different areas different at needing different things and partner supplies a much more well-equipped for doing that but we have. Trusted them work with your private concierge that you have. A point of cooking will be with you a whole way trade to help guide you and organized every single aspect for. A New Kenosha range ski guides, Nola, different things you need bosses to everything -solutely, everything from. St High Escape Guide Nannies Annot side of the things that we don't think of bachelor the activities that are amazing because we do actually have hyper sensitive. Don't ski and because they're coming properties family greg we often have. To the Great Wing Ski say we'll help guide them to the amazing activities that are available in resort ammon also help with the bathroom and that sort of thing. Zoom your biggest flurries. The civil second way will tech comes during the winter and situation which the French government decides. He doesn't want any more foreigners. Out. That is, real. War. Isn't it Suddenly said what we're saying at the moment is the speed at which that locking places down in quarantine it doesn't really give out guest time to be arranged. Will remain flexible where offering flex terms. I'm with booking now and ultimately if if something meetings to clients have to cancel so we can work with a client to insurance accounts gave the canucks note we will get back out as soon as they can. They can enjoy time in Charlotte Good. You'll website website consensus chalets current UK ultra an email sales out consensually credit U K we'll have details on our website as well and state and Thank you very much the. Problem Lobby talking to him on the final word goes to Hauge Gessler from the Austrian Toronto. Now, the throw some of skiing in the world. Unfortunately, this came to an untimely end in March, but overdose now preparing to get back to normal for this coming winter. while I don't think he can say you but we no one but older resorts, Lopin everything in go beyond the short notice disappear specially like will there be a second wave of Kobe beverly happen now I know these haven't been finalized yet, but the will be social distancing like everywhere else sexual distancing incomes of lift queues and. New. Got Mosques on the lifts and things like that, which is a world we're living in it. It's becoming the.
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"Vk zoom releases the plus side of the coat situation view is that lots of people out there who want. A REC- confined telltale safety, and come provide that. Absolutely, say as a separate before the property rented in exclusively that it have to fiddle the Reims. They can properties range from sleeping from ten to fifteen but because it's only for them and they can dictate what happens inside it does make it a lot safer. We have been speaking to August the season about what lab of contact they want, what level of service they won't they won't contactless service. They don't want to actually see our staff they'd rather operated behind the scenes. So this second will give gets in the current scenario. Your messages yelp through the business is that. We. All right. Confer baseness where watching like everyone else is watching with the lockdowns and they different quarantine rules for August we've been talking to them for them very much. It's how they can get the results safely. Be Talking about projets or self driving down and they don't see a private transfer from the airport and once they're in in chalet, it's providing the level of comfort of not having so much contact and supplies missile aping doing the same thing in changing the status to adapt, but we are definitely agribusiness. Message Pad for molded officer tourism's is that ever happen Some with regards to what kind of adapt -tations they need and what measures putting in place, but it'll soon positive for the. Most appeal guests come from. In a normal year, we only have about sent UK clients. The rest is really spread throughout the wealth do have a significant amount in your way have more Mo- about five percent South America, I've sent your say we do have quite high potion plants. We have about fifteen cent Russian plans and we're saying more mole from Australia however, the this coming into expect those sense just change. Looking to just get through this next season. I. Don't want to try. We want to be open. We want every week ruled I. Mean we finished in some fifty two march this year we have many many clients who missed this skiing this winter we want to maximize and fill every week if possible and every client spoken to his say if we can stay where escape this winter we mess summer. A big. Thank for us. If we can come, we will be there. Can you indication of the price range for difficult because every prompted.
"hundred years" Discussed on ActionPacked
"Train service to firms that we're looking tendencies for that at the squeeze will be transposed mentioning that while you're saw actually operating a ski train, it's still possible to travel trend helps absolutely I think British consumers to a degree. Has, really. Enjoyed the convenience of getting on one flynt one train to go this just a little bit of education certainly for some groups that traveled together about crossing. Harrison picking up another train find Irish picking a train. It's just a change I think they can eastern and do you think people take trains to go to Australia the Merman out sales figures an accident showing a bigger pence teaches self drive to Australia even though it's further. People did the convenience of getting car from across Europe this coming winter. When of course feed you're you are in isolation in your the concern for me is the number of charter flights is right down maybe Hof maybe even less than that with the attended, which are scheduled flights, which we get rain no the liberal federal funds can be from gun was. On shutting number of Easyjet. Once East budget operators. Will be probably High Scott Pricey. Yet. They are ouch. Fluid prices because of the rhythms they embed actually in the website. So if you're in London looking at Easyjet flight, you could be paying more than if you're in Kirk lease in Scotland looking for an easy jet flying extremely sophistication about the pricing. They all at the moment in very many instances advertising incredibly low. Prices because that is the hook that gets the looking in interested but the brush summer. About. The, we've actually started to look at buying in some flights for January where you would always expect be paying much lower crisis anyway. And at the moment that pretty low. As those begin to fill up which they will because of exactly what you sent the reduced capacity and prices will go. So travel industry has said for a while you do often get best deal if you look further at vons or very, very last minute while the very last minute will be squeezed because there isn't the same transport capacity than walls and it was often transport passage. Drove of large providence discounted prices. Same Easyjet frontloading they discounts is a prime example wind. There's never been a better time Canada and on the transfers will at the moment as things done, will people have to wear mosques? As things and moon..
"hundred years" Discussed on ActionPacked
"They also holidays in eleven resorts in North America although these are on hold at the moment most operators in the face of covert and Brexit ski while. This. Dramatically pruning it's property portfolio. So Diane, this industry seems to be pretty big travel internationally, where do we go from here can actually survive I think we will come out the other side if governments clever here's the thing that's the problem isn't it it because it's whatever you doing as a tour operator your really at the mercy of the government of both countries super of Asian, and I'd throw in the settlement. which is the politics between them. So we're anywhere at the moment. He looks like we're back in business at ski resorts saw all airing up to the end of November in in your would have some form of social distancing their dot on hop sword used capacity on some lists but. Looks like pretty nor windows. Yeah. And what I would say is our colleagues across the whole of Europe and you think about the quality of skiing from. It. It's just amazing. They are const realizing not a total shutdown of anything. Actually. Damages Future Generations and when we say damages, we're not just talking economic TV only evidence showed. If young people are unemployed for any length of time it. Affects their life. Jones's if people's income drums affects the health chances. So I'm colleagues in France van I think in Australia to is saying. We can't operate and keep businesses going whilst ensuring that kind of safety and I'm great grateful that the summer is here because they respectively practice. Alabama a very important point They're actually having a bit a practice and I know that some ski resorts fraud in particular inbound Zanan teen they practiced social distancing and none were things they have to do and it worked. So they're GONNA go ahead. But what about what about Australia and Switzerland go to and? I think I don't have the same amount of evidence. New Fronts is a market leader results like values eighteen world renown results. They often set the tone this so I have. Out The results of the caliber, San Anton, shoulder, even southbound all going to be looking at. Bet You. Now, we've seen this huge reduction or lumber edible for this coming to. Thirty to fifty percent. He couldn't be much higher by Tommy getting some more and more cops come in because tour prejudice or to pack not take any risks. It's not that hard to find a holiday in terms of accommodation but travelers. Now. Yeah I think I think there were two factors here. I'm a tour operator so I would say what I'm about to say. Part of our job is to check the quality and the safety standard nets include the social distancing. Only accommodation we feature. So if we get on. We are held to account quite for that. Now, we all have got examples of online booking for. I'm not saying, Airbnb but just you know those kind of things we don't have the same five regulation checks or safety checks. Now let's throw in. I say. Is So. Round accommodation I would say cheese Kathy investigating ask questions and the other thing we all know that when you books. Sent me the UK a Bondi to eight. If we come up very holiday I sit here. Now with out ninety eight percent of our customers having been refunded their money didn't do it in regulation fourteen days because you go a reservation system in..
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"You do certain elements separately, then you run the risk of of having try and chase some sort of independent shelly operator for money if things go wrong or maybe the airline changed the flight time which means transferring no longer fits in like an all these things are a worry and. You don't pay money for a holiday to be worried you pay to have a nice peaceful relaxing. There are lots of different ways of running shelly. Holiday Way we do it is you can either have shared shelly or your province shelly. So thirty three shallow together, and you can you can either take assay shed place in the show or you can have a Charlotte yourselves you will have Shali host. Who will come in five mornings and make you a fresh cooked breakfast they'll also make you an afternoon tea and then loss of community evening and make you a three course dinner, which is served with unlimited right while tour Roseau winds the other two days breakfast is prepared for you. It's laid out for you, but you actually make yourselves. And dinner as in either one of the local restaurant. So he could get a takeaway to bring it back to shelley. On the reason nowadays, five days catering is because we have to fit in with the French regulations regarding maximum hours on our stuff only allowed to five hours. You can't run six K to Celli program. With thirty five. Islands. skiing. Again, this winter we'll be left to musk's on the underneath cues. Well, I'm getting mixed reports from Dallas this summer for example, in Zama the challenge of running in exactly the same way you do have to face covering on the bubbles or cable cons. I am mentioned that would be a sensible precaution in the three dollars. Were Real. Bright. But to be only you who knew what was going to happen over the last six months we just had no idea what was coming and so I do think that things will take a change for the winter season starts who knows what woke commit maybe we'll get a vaccine in time maybe they'll be more information about how the virus spreads. So they understand this race, I don't know but I guess the re the resorts will won't take precautions as they come. Do you think that resort restaurants will be running as usual as usual I don't know I think they will be running the sent me running this summer on helps speaking to some chillier owners and suppliers a.
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"You take about five thousand guests, the outs each went to what's happening this winter. I'm hoping to take roughly similar numbers to be honest with you. Actually, the way things are looking at the boat optimistic that to that will be on target take up the same number fortunately because we've been going for. So long we've been going percents yet. Yeah. So we we have a really good long relationship with our with our guest and about three quarters of those guests come back on holiday with his every year. So they know is that trust is. So when cove it closed the ski resorts in March, roughly half of them said, look effects next year. So that was obviously extremely. A cash flow and we're very grateful to them, and we'll also have had a long relationship with most of our shoulders. They were extremely understanding very helpful financially tools. So that's meant that we're actually on pretty good footing for coming season. On. Now is not the same for all operators subtly some of the it'd be operating at all next winter those main though that the the supply of chalets. Katie. Challenges in the French. Alps. In particular it's going to be severely diminished frankly were hoping that a lot of the people who used to go with the companies will will go with us it might seem a bit mercenary but I think that's the way things. Was that he looks to me as if the number of holidays being offered in particular China holded by tour operators is dumb somewhere around thirty to fifty percent done and might get a lot worse as. We, get into. If. You then factor into account over the past four years has been a big reduction shot as anyway bricks. We're talking really about something like sixty percent less holiday. Debatable. Feige for five years ago it. So it means Sinaga the fetus. Yes. Yes. Indeed I mean that's remarkable figures out late. To. The Brits Are Pretty Resilient Bunch we have to be that way because we've had so much thrown out as over the last ten years from you know the the collapse of sterling through two ridiculous.
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"You. John. Stone. Over a five year period, we're talking about a sixty, maybe even as seventy percent drop in the number availables. keyholders s an extraordinary vigor and. If we can stay we have an escapee, this winter I'm Peter and I'm police welcome to our travel costs. We're specialist travel writers and we've spent half a lifetime exploring every corner of the world. So we want to share with you some of our extraordinary experiences and the amazing people we've met along the way this week, we're taking a look at the future shape of ski holders in the uncharted new world in which we now find those. Frankly, we're hoping that a lot of the people who used to go with other companies will will go with those. If people can avoid main seasons should avoid maybe look for another like smaller ski resort crowded. And I think we will come out the other side if governments that clever fragmented views on the run-up to what promises to be the most unusual winter season since the last years of the nineteenth century went through the CONAN doyle creator of Sherlock Holmes I revealed all the best sensation the world at least when you're sounding obviously found on a pair of skis to be fat about the bay. Street. Stay boards yet to be invented this winter will we be wearing face masks and skiing? To me to support my thing, we wearing masks in distance lift Q. and actually the lifts themselves. But to me disappeared hopefully, we always here at least two meters apart the except of course is often on some rammed Alpine home slope in mid February during the European school holidays when everyone anyway get fought claims for safety or comfort, there's also another problem if you do run into a friend, even acquaintance on or off the slopes, the previously obligatory cases to on the cheek in France and. Or Italy in three in Switzerland are now out of the question an awkward. Hi there hi seems to be the bland post Kobe's substitute. You could try and elbow bump of course, but frankly doesn't convey the same message whatever that message is, and there's always a risk. Your knock come over what about Apres ski things like table dancing the Moose avert and sent Anton fully do simple desire voltron red bull and vodka. MOESHA dome. Muted. Robin Murray is. I believe the world thinks Estra swimming think culture rather than chromebook. Here's view of three, very different shoddy tour operators who have so far made it through the chariot race of covid what a number of their rivals go ready being crushed beneath the financial wheels. Frankly, it's survival of the fittest I'll tell you it's tough. But I, we should explain to listeners outside the U.. K. What a shallow holiday actually is the British have been having these since the nineteen fifties basically a top rated has a shy large or an apartment for the whole season Bay. Then off a catered holidays food and drink included an oven flights, an airport transfers as well along with a high level service a bit like staying in a small hotel and the star rating..
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"A hundred years ago a shoot out between local white law enforcement an armed African American guards protecting a sharecropper's union meeting triggered a release massacre here in the following days as many as a thousand whites civilians a militia fearing a black insurrection swarm to the Elaine area killing black men women and children she the walkers grandmother who survived listen I witness she says there were shots fired there were people nine in front of me and I just gathered up some children and we got out through the back and ran into the woods and she's just goes into hysterics no why should people were arrested if two hundred eighty five African American men and women taken into custody almost half were charged with murder and night riding a cane to terrorism twelve were sentenced to die the end double ACP intervenes and the case went to the US Supreme Court in a precedent setting decision justices ruled the defendants were denied due process and equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment and set free poet J. Chester Johnson whose wife says he had no idea growing up that his beloved maternal grandfather participated in the massacre are kept looking for that moment where I could reconcile this person that I adored and he adored me with his participation in this massacre and it never happened five why bodies were recovered but black bodies have long been rumored to be buried in mass graves are sunk into swans Brian Mitchell teaches history at the university of Arkansas at little rock we have lots of sources that maintain that more than a hundred individuals were killed but on the other side of the spectrum there now. as a large is eight hundred fifty guy Lancaster editor of the encyclopedia of Arkansas says the healing conflict was the result of pent up frustration to centuries of black exploitation at the end of slavery throughout the south African Americans achieved a modicum of political and economic power and self sufficiency as reconstruction efforts were withdrawn African American communities were targeted with legal segregation and legal sanctions and so by the time of the early twentieth century this violence was reaching an eight..
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"A hundred years ago a shoot out between local white law enforcement and armed African American guards protecting a sharecropper's union meeting triggered a release massacre here in the following days as many as a thousand whites civilians a militia fearing a black insurrection swarm to the Elaine area killing black men women and children she the walkers grand mother who survived was an eye witness she says there were shots fired there were people nine in front of me and I just gathered up some children and we got out through the back and ran into the woods and she's just goes into hysterics no white people were arrested if two hundred eighty five African American men and women taken into custody almost half were charged with murder and night riding a can to terrorism twelve were sentenced to die the end double ACP intervened and the case went to the US Supreme Court in a precedent setting decision justices ruled the defendants for deny due process and equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment and set free poet J. Chester Johnson who's white says he had no idea growing up that his beloved maternal grandfather participated in the massacre are kept looking for that moment where I could reconcile this person that I adored and he adored me with his participation in this massacre and it never happened five why bodies were recovered but black bodies have long been rumored to be buried in mass graves are sunk into swans Brian Mitchell teaches history at the university of Arkansas at little rock we have lots of sources that maintain that more than a hundred individuals were killed but on the other side of the spectrum there now. as large as eight hundred fifty guy Lancaster editor of the encyclopedia of Arkansas says the healing conflict was the result of pent up frustration to centuries of black exploitation at the end of slavery throughout the south African Americans achieved a modicum of political and economic power and self sufficiency as reconstruction efforts were withdrawn African American communities were targeted with legal segregation and legal sanctions and so by the time of the early twentieth century this violence was reaching an eight..
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"Get to a hundred years, we're going to have the technology to have all of the clean energy you want, and I don't take you seriously. If you don't eat meat army star if you eat meat or if you don't look at nuclear energy, and say that has to be part of the solution. Zhanje about Al Gore flying around in private jets. If you really believe it's catastrophic and it's right now, and it's killing the planet and, and we're, we're killing ourselves. Would you still be using private jets? No way. No, no. If you actually thought that it was ten years left. No. If you thought that there were ten years before the world was going to implode, and we're all going to die. You would not be talking about a ten year jobs program. You might talk about a jobs program, like, hey, we should dig underneath the earth and provide places where people can live. Right. Nobody serious. Nobody serious is talking about. You know, look, we've got ten years before this becomes really catastrophic. You gotta get your home off of Malibu. You've got again, out of Miami Beach. You got these. These things no Orleans. You never hear anybody say stuff like that. That is taken seriously by the left. Why why, how can you have a beach home? If you actually believe these things, you can't you'd be taking your resources and you'd be moving them. So you're a head of the game because once once this sets in all those houses are going to be worthless, if it was true, and who lives on a cliff overlooking Malibu, Al Gore. Gorgeous. So really doesn't buy that. Right. So when it says climate change is a hoax, twenty two percent of American people. I think we have a disagreement here on something, you're declaring the conversation over, like I can declare the moon landing his fake, I that's over. That's our call NASA. Go look at the spaceship. Go watch a rocket take off. You can watch that. I've watched the space shuttle show me the ability to fake something that realistic back, then, did you ever watch the twilight zone or Hillel even give you five years technology? Do you ever watch the mod squad? You ever watched Star Trek, it wouldn't have looked like that. All right. The next one. Is is bigger and it is the conspiracy of the left. So the conspiracy of the right is climate change is a hoax. The conspiracy of the left is next in one minute..
"hundred years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"And that history connected to Einstein's theory of relativity is also very closely connected to the first World War. There wasn't astronomer in putt, stem. His name is Evan Finley, frankly, and he was obsessed about trying to prove Einstein's theory of relativity. He was working very closely with an Stein and already in nineteen fourteen. He set out to go to observe an eclipse in the Crimea, but that was at the evening of the first World War, and so he was immediately captured and locked away and was not able to do the observation. And in, in the sense this was a blessing in disguise because at that time, incensio referral tippety was not yet completely the parade, and he still was missing a factor of two so his predictions where effector of two off from the real result. Two years later nine hundred sixteen college fat chilled was actually, the first one to solve Einstein's equations. Very simply, and he did this on the front in the Russian Freund, while he was a soldier in the first World War, and then later. Basically presented his results in Berlin, and said he would never have thought that his equations would have such a simple solution. Now, unfortunately culture died a year later from a disease that he has actually caught at the front. And so we were missing a big genius in the strana me for the rest of the time. But his equations are still what Beijing are current understanding of calls on, and then sir ASA Addington at that time, he was not yet, sir. He was working at Cambridge. He was a professor at Cambridge at that time. And during the first World War, there was almost no communication between Germany Stein and Cambridge, but I think had the private version of the incense theory of relativity, and he used that theory in order to evade becoming a soldier in the first World War, because he convinced the London. Military that he doesn't have to go to war, but he's preparing solar eclipse, and so, adding right after the first World War, then set out to west Africa, and there was another expedition to Brazil, where they observed the light bending and the exactly measured or roughly measured. What had predicted and I think the most important effect of this measurement was that all of a sudden became famous like a rockstar, and from then, on everybody knew the theory of relativity. And a lot of people were trying to measure it to prove it. And in the years after there were many, many different and more and more accurate measurements that prove the theory of general, relativity hundred years later, gravitational waves read discovered, which was a major prediction of the Serey, and then also just last year, the gravitational Redshift from the black hole neglected center was detected with telescopes at ease. And so I think this round up the hundred year history of the general theory of relativity, when you think about similar events that could happen now or the future. I cannot help but think about the mess, which we are in our ignorance about dark matter dark energy, black holes. We don't have a clue yet about what dark matter is what dark energy is. We know.
"hundred years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"This is space time series. Twenty to forty two coming up on space time, a hundred years of gravity, a new general, relativity, clocks experiments and discovery of one of the oldest known globular clusters all that and more. Coming up on space time. Welcome to space time. We'd Stewart Gary. It was a hundred years ago this month that ob- survey shins perform during a total solar eclipse by Arthur Eddington proof. For the first time that light can be physically bent by gravity. The gravitational bending of light was I predicted just ridiculous earlier by Albert Einstein, and he's famous nineteen sixteen theory of general, relativity. But for many in British science Einstein's general, relativity theory was tantamount to heresy as it challenged, the great British scientists Isaac Newton's famous sixteen eighty theory of universal gravitation. Apple filing. This problem was the thunders, roar of canons of the great wall blazing across Europe, making Einstein so-called, German science, most unwelcome in mother England, of course, what made this attitude even was was not just the fact that Stein was right because he was that also the fact that he was a pacifist who hated war, and an internationalist, who firmly believed that the peoples of the world should unite across national political. Cultural racial and class boundaries in order to advance or humanity. Einstein's general relativity, and as a result, scientists understanding of the universe had become trapped by wartime blockades, and vicious nationalism, enter the British astronomer, autho Eddington red Einstein's, paper and understood the theories complicated mathematics Eddington champion. Einstein's, general relativity theory, writing numerous books and carrying out lectures on the science behind it working hard to convince researches of its truth. And it was a noble Cho's on Stein, the Jew and Eddington the Quaker. Both believed science should transcend. The fractious divisions caused by war, prejudice, one of the big problems with relatively theory is remaining fascinating, but difficult aspects to accept such as twins aging at different rates. Judah time dilation related to match than speed. And now that was the gravitational bending of light. However, this one could easily be tested simply by federal graphing and mapping the exact position of background stars. And then seeing if they'll look. -cations appear to change as their light was being bent by the gravitational effect of the sun as it passed near the path this stylized cost. It's one big problem with this. And that's the sun's glare, the brightness would mean observing any apparent positional change would be impossible. But luckily heavens were about to provide a solution that was to come by way of the may nineteen nineteen total solar eclipse, Einstein's general, relativity predicted that light from the star would be bent by one point seven ox, seconds or about one sixtieth of millimeter set. Took sp- additions were organized to see Arnstein science was right. One went to Brazil, and the other just to case, Brazil was overcast was led by Eddington in west Africa and on the twenty ninth of may nineteen nineteen one hundred years ago. Astronomers watched the skies dock and, and the clips on folded for six minutes is advocating sky threatened scientists watched two images and measured the Starlight to see or was really being displaced by the sun's gravity then after month. Of intense measurements and calculations Eddington? And consequently Einstein had they prove to position of the style appeared to change in the sky as the sun scruffy that the lot coming from it in ounce was hailed as one of the highest achievements in human thought, by the Royal Society while the times called it a revolution in science almost overnight, Einstein was thrust from a relatively obscure academic to become the most famous, scientists the wooded ever known that whether Einstein wasn't there for the announcement he was grandly ill from wartime starvation. Billy able to raise himself from his sick bed. It was thanks to Eddington that Stein's theory of general, relativity had been proven, correct. And consequently scientist's view of the universe would never be the same. Again, the European Space Agency's director of science, go. The has any historic measurements inaugurated, a center of exciting experiments investigating gravity on earth, and in space and proving general relativity in ever-greater Dato discovery off. The gravitational light bending off.
"hundred years" Discussed on KGO 810
"Hundred years' swimming in the electromagnetic the the by Joe can Email you at the critical has got some more information at Tom doesn't have the time to write it all down another show with me, but he can Email you at critical health, news dot com. Joe and send all the information to Ben Ben will get it back to us critical. News dot com. Randy's in Florida Grandy, let's get you in go ahead. Hi there, Randi ES. I just wanted to ask. On behalf of the duck. There this one of us about the brain, basically, what minerals vitamins, do you need to take to basically, that's. To enhance the brain the brain is a fatty organ, get yourself on the EFA's from Javadi, get yourself, a whole healthy star pack, and the healthy, brain and body pack. That's that's that's bite him. And he is really important. In addition out Keita, genyk diet is also very helpful for the brain. But if you want something real simple, get the healthy, brain body pack Jabbie for all folks who have dimension nursing people in nursing homes, folks were older, healthy, brain and body pack, then what's the function of the gallbladder because so many people have that. That's so under appreciated. The gallbladder is your one of your main detox organs number one. It also is important for the digestive system helps liberate fats from from foods. I if you the more toxins, take in the more dirty, your blood is from foods, and she from sugar, the more likely are to have gallstone and anybody who has gallstones being told to have their gall bladder taken out if you lose your gallbladder, you are going to have to pay very very close attention to how you eat and how you supplement. And if you had your gallbladder out get yourself on digestive enzymes, immediately, you'll change your life. You'll from it enzymes from you in jeopardy, and you also need to have that new fatty nutrients gallbladder helps digest fats and also detoxify old hormones and drugs and without a gallbladder. You're gonna be compromised in both of those places might have time for a quick one shoes. In in Phoenix. Go ahead. Susan. Yes. This is for pharmacist, Ben, what would you recommend for chronic riders conjunctiva of many years where the islets have our red inflame swollen? And I when I know what the root causes and whether it's an internal problem or what medication do you recommend all medication? If you have chronic what I'd recommend any aid. If you have an inflammatory condition, then planetary condition means you have an immune system problem, if it's chronic than I would be be focusing on the immune system where it's located is mostly in the intestine. So the odds are really good at this person. If you had had long term digestive health issues, get yourself on the nightly essence from Javadi get on the healthy start back. Make sure you stay away from sugar or any other immune suppressant foods, and then leverage all of the boosting activities of of relax -ation, the relax ation response. And and. This is a perfect way to enjoy because it just shows you how.
"hundred years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Noted filmmaker documentarian Lucy RBIs. She would be delighted to talk. Okay. I'll be sure to find your thank you. I lose his job. And how many years have you been denied ninth interview? Hundred years. How many years have you been attending Kobi do teeny weeny s- birthday, maybe four or five years? You know, how old I am. Well, I heard Laurine announced that you're one hundred one hundred years old, congratulations. At one hundred years. I've Judd thousands of edge of us. I'm probably the first producer that works. And is this one of the best parties you've been to those hundred years don't give me that old at at this. You're very welcome. Okay. So I'm here with Wendy diamond. And what's your dog's name baby hope diamond. And can you tell my listeners a little bit about what you do. So let's see what do I do. So in ninety nine stone-age me. I launched a media company when I learned that twelve million animals are euthanized. A year to bring celebrities and pop culture the animal rescue because we knew if everyone understood the importance of adoption and rescue they would adopt. So that number is now down to four million. Wow. And so we created the first ever pet fashion show. We created yappy hour we on the right CPR. So we hope that everyone's using our name we'll do it to support animal rescue in their own community. And so I just help animals I love it. And I'm assuming you've been to a lot of dog parties. Why Reno probably tell.
"hundred years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Just ninety miles from here in sixteen nineteen the first indentured servants from Africa landed on our shores and old point comfort. What we call now for a while. Wow. The guy sounds like he's celebrating something. They're all happy about Gail four hundred years ago. The first slaves arrived here just ninety miles from here. It's a great anniversary all celebrating here in Virginia. What in the name of Sam hill who thinks this way? We're celebrating four hundred year anniversary. And Gayle, Gayle king. We'll have to play this back to the top. But the cue it back the top. But but she didn't follows known as slavery. She doesn't want him to get away with calling indentured servitude. Look at Virginia's history. We're now at the four hundred year anniversary just ninety miles from here in sixteen nineteen the first indentured servants from Africa landed on our shores and old point comfort. What we call now fort Monroe, and while also known as slavery. And while we have made a lot of progress in Virginia. Slavery has ended schools have been desegregated. We have ended the Jim crow laws easier access to voting it is abundantly clear that we still have a lot of work to do. Wait a minute. I say that's a bad. But you're not supposed to talk about the solutions. You are not supposed to talk about the improvements because to the modern American leftist. They are irrelevant. Do not discount me on this folks, do not. Do not think that I'm offbeat. I'm on right in the middle of bulls eye on this. He's trying to get credit because he's embattled by pointing out all of the successes, but we've been doing that for thirty years, and he doesn't count for diddly squat. Five hundred thousand Americans being killed in a civil war to end. Slavery means nothing. And the reason is one more time. The objective is to transform the country away from how it was founded. And because how it was founded as the original Senate was founded with slavery and prejudice and bigotry in these people's minds. And so there's no amount of fixing possible. It's not possible to fix because it was founded this way. So whatever improvements have been made they know count the end of the day, we need to totally abolish and rebuild. This is what is being taught. This is what young generations of Americans are growing up believing. But he's embattled here saw he's got that black face photo out there. So he's trying to say look at what we've done look at the change. And then acknowledging there's still a lot of work. What if we have ended slavery desegregated the schools if we've ended Jim crow laws there's easier access to voting? Then what is the lot of work to do? Denying there is what what is the lot of work to do. It's just a throwaway line designed to send a message that Ralph. Now, the knows nothing nothing is good ride. Now, he just trying to distance himself from the bad next question. From Gayle king. What have you learned that you didn't know before I was born in white privilege, and that has implications to it, and it is much different. The way a white person such as myself is treated.
"hundred years" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"Seven hundred years before Christ when scientists Heddon even developed flat earth theory, but through the centuries it came and all the while is Asia chapter forty was poor claiming the earth a circle of sphere. And there's the truth right in God's word. And what are the things today that scientists are proclaiming and people in braces facts because after all I'm not a scientist all the while. God's word is asserting what is actually true. Grass withers the flower fades, but the word of God stands forever. It is he who sits above the circle of the earth and its inhabitants are like grasshoppers. That's another good place for sound effect. It's eight. Month. Ready? Wait, hang on. It is Hugh sits above the circle of the earth. Its inhabitants are like grasshoppers. I love coming to church with you. Notice this who stretches out the heavens like curtain. Who stretches out the heavens like a curtain? I love analogies. Do you know how big the universes say, I do not? All right. So check this the distance the known universe. The distance from the earth to the sun is you know, about ninety three million miles. We're going to say that the distance from the earth to the sun is the thickness of this piece of paper with me as ninety three. I mean, if this was going in between the earth and the sun, it would be like. Just just made it in ninety three million miles. Now. Get ready for your head to explode. Show if you take that analogy of ninety three million miles, and you add this to it. Are you ready for this the distance of the known galaxy? Is a stack of paper three hundred ten miles high with every single piece of papers ninety three million miles ninety three and ninety three ninety three ninety three and the stack is three hundred ten miles high about the distance from here to Saint Louis. Now, that's our that's our galaxy. Hang on. The known universe. The known universe is a stack of paper. This is crazy. I'm afraid to say it because I think your heads going explode. The known universe is a stack of paper thirty one million miles high. With every piece of paper, representing ninety three million miles. You like will will how many pieces of paper are there in a stack of paper a mile? Hi, I'm so glad you asked that. There's ten point four million pieces of paper in a stack of paper. That's a mile high. And the known galaxy is three hundred and ten times ten.