35 Burst results for "I. Paul"
Cardinals power past Mets 11-4 for 3-game sweep
"The cardinals have completed a three game sweep with a convincing eleven to four win over the Mets Harrison better known or not Paul Goldschmidt ended mondo Sosa homered for St Louis which continues to own the second NL wild card position better says they're playing some of their best baseball when it matters most all I know is where to stand in the pocket and plan our game on all sides of baseball you know we know our schedule in front of us we know how tight these games are and how close the race is but you know I've been in the day if we don't take care of you know what we got take care of you know for nine innings on any given day it really doesn't matter Tyler o'neill laced a two run double that sparked the Redbirds five run first off loser Tylor Megill winning pitcher Jon Lester allowed two earned runs and six hits with seven strikeouts over six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series
"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat
Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0
"Adam Wainwright tossed six innings and won his fifth straight starters the cardinals with the Mets seven nothing from top to bottom is a very good line up with a lot of very very dangerous batters there is just a lot of hitters over there can do some major damage so you have to you have to make pitches constable you can't get in for one second either got it through the forty year old Wainwright has sixteen wins this season and is ninety two with a two point oh two ERA in his last twelve starts a span in which he's gone at least six innings each time Paul Goldschmidt homered and finished with two RBIs for the cardinals Harrison Bader added three hits and a ruby for Saint Louis losing pitcher rich hill was reached for three runs over five innings as the Mets fell six games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry
Chris Rodriguez Jr. Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week
"If you saw the game on saturday night between missouri and kentucky. You saw a lot of chris broderick against junior monster game. The co offensive player of the week in the sec and he joins us now from lexington. First of all chris congratulations. I know you're team. You wanna move ahead but man what a what a performance it was fun it a good one. Let's let's go back in and that was a huge game. Everyone knew how important it was for the cats to beat missouri Take us through the week of preparation. We head coach on thursday night. And it i'd say you guys were ready to play that that would be the understatement of the year sir so throughout the we just knew that we had abba chip on our shoulders because last year you know we felt we were prepared but our energy just wasn't there so we felt like we all wanna coaches told us like. Are you going to let them out play you. Are you going to let them out. Execute you and we knew we couldn't let that happen again so we went in with the mindset that we had to go in this game of wanna ask you about that because fans like like the folks that i talked to her every day we get. We get hung up on what happened last year and and and wonder often whether it carries over but coach stage said the exact same thing i mean. How do you eighty psychological here transfer. How do you transfer that bad feeling into you does it. Does it affect the way you practice. Prepare because you're you're supposed to be dealing with the techniques of it. I mean motion is part of football. But i'm really curious how that affects you as a player so one We had a video from last year where they showed beauvoir sidelines. I think kelvin. Joseph have made a good tap on the sideline and then they were getting Hype and they showed are sidelined. Dolphins was obvious on the bench or whatever and we were just sitting. There are cheering or nothing. You know he showed us that video in it. Obviously practice a lot harder throughout the week.
Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame
"Talk about the basketball hall of fame. They celebrated the class of twenty twenty one on saturday. They were sixteen legends. That were inducted into the hall of fame among those people chris. Bosh paul pierce chris webber also bill russell the first black mba head coach Two-time ncw national champion villanova coach jay wright seven-time wnba star in two time olympic gold medalist yolanda griffith seven times. Wnba star and three-time wnba. Most valuable player lauren jackson. Those were among the people who were honored. And here is paul. Here's Talking about the teams passed on him. Coming out of college team. All american projected number two pick and so. I like to thank the clippers new cover grizzlies denver nuggets. Toronto raptors go to stay whereas dallas mavericks sacramento case philadelphia. Seventy sixers and walkie buck knives past. Thank you for passing on adding fuel to my
Boston-Area Catholic Priest Found Guilty of Child Abuse, Banned From Priesthood
"Now. News of the godly catholic priest who formerly led parishes in the boston area has been barred from public ministry. After an ecclesiastical panel found him guilty of sexually abusing a minor in the nineteen sixties. According to the archdiocese of boston it confirmed the resolution of the case involving reverend paul mclaughlin. It said mclaughlin. Ninety one had been found guilty of child abuse and his sentence has been affirmed by the vatican his sentence. Four years in no live a life of prayer and penance. Ouch that smarts. In the light of that sentence the archdiocese said mclaughlin who currently lives in california. Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten.
The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic
"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.
Biden's Vaccine Mandate: A Declaration of War Against 80 Million Americans
"Seen mandates. The right has finally found its line in the sand at last. That was a tweet from a guy named paul joseph watson on twitter. He's right this'll be the moment. That finally americans recognizing this disaster of presidency an effort to mandate a vaccine by the private sector the federal government trying to literally fourche private businesses to fire people who are unvaccinated. jesse waters. Yesterday on fox. News was right. This is a a declaration of war against eighty million
Igor Ioffe on His First Taste of Gambling
"Eager good morning. Welcome to chasing polka greatness. How you doing good morning to you. Thank you very much so typically on this show the way we start out is by asking you about your story and your entry in poker so we'll start out by. How old are you so that we can set the timeline. And then let's tell the listener how you got involved in the world poker okay. I'm all forty one years old. And i got bold in the world of vulgar Around when i was eighteen nineteen was going to our these charity Weekends that would have charity events. That ah by jack jack with my friends that horrible rules. Let's go back a little bit because like so what about your entering a playing cards right. Like what led you to playing blackjack Just you know digesting it up for for fun. i'll playing. I was born in soviet union and Chess was big there. My dad's used. Because when i was like around four or five and then I play chess play cards dominoes. Dice bunch of russian games with my grandfather and so i always liked the strategy games and by always like know cards. Yeah and that's how they do Guards so how'd you get. How'd you did you. You and your family moved to the usa from the ussr. Yes we immigrated. Eighty mind when i was done here is old to to to america cool how how i got my station gambling. We were paul. I was spoiled and my dad worked for this company. And obviously were rolling america year and It was the caribbean who was for christmas that they took the whole family. And i want to my mom. And my dad and i was born. Nothing was ever myself the only kid and they had casinos data casino on the gruesome outside the casino they had sought machines. And i asked my mom or maybe like our borders and a present. And i don't know after maybe like three or four quarters jack. Four five hundred bucks so that that was my first day stuff gambling. I was After
Texas Down to 270 ICU Beds Amid Covid Surge
"Beds at hospitals in texas has dipped to a new low. Texas public radio's paul. Flab has more on how the state is dealing with the kovic search that began in early july. At two hundred and seventy there are now less than one staffed. Icu bed for every one hundred thousand. Texans doctors have warned about tough decisions around. Care coming governor greg. Abbott has continued about a local government and school districts over there prevention efforts thursday abbott attacked president joe biden over new federal rules requiring businesses with more than one hundred employees testing regimen or mandate. Vaccinations calling it an assault on private businesses. Abbott has himself imposed requirements on businesses banning. Them from asking people for proof of vaccination meanwhile the state has been near historic hospitalizations for two weeks. I'm paul flavin. San antonio
Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People
"He writes the following So, according to the CDC itself. An estimated 120 million Americans have been infected with Covid. Then there are another 200 million plus have been vaccinated. Many of those infected were pressured into getting vaccinated anyway. Still add up those numbers, and there's surely close to 300 million Americans with natural immunity, artificial immunity. Out of 330 million In many of the 330 million are Children, babies. So the natural immunity question is crucial. And yet the feds aren't even discussing it. Well, this is my point. As well. When you throw around the unvaccinated Joe Biden is assuming that people out there will be as stupid as he is and say, Hey, yeah, he's 80 million. Unvaccinated. Say, Wait a minute. Whatever. I've got immunity and but you're not vaccinated. Don't like that. I am vaccinated. But that has nothing to do with anything. I wonder if Salon what was that puts his name Zachary something rather Mr Producer. Pitzer rally. Pizzarelli, pepperoni. What was his name? Anyways, a little. He's a mental midget. Zachary over there. It's salon, speaking of left wing cook sites. I wonder if Zachary is going to write articles. About this. What it means to be unvaccinated, and that Joe Biden first was opposed to the Trump vaccinations. Now he can't get enough of them. Or Kamala Harris. Same thing. He'd rather write about. The poor souls who've been in talk radio who passed away. This is how sick these bastards are.
Prophet Mike Thompson: The Cure for the Lawlessness Is the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
"I want my audience to be as encouraged as have been that in the midst of this darkness. God says hold on. I'm not done with america because many people that seem to think it's over when the end times it's over you know rates to run into the caves but that's not what god has been saying to. You know others evil in the world there always has been always will be until the second coming of the lord. Jesus christ i mean we understand those things but there is victory also in the bible it talks about in the last days their scriptures in the new testament where the apostle paul particularly was talking about in the last days and he explains how that there would be all this kind of evil and lawlessness. Lawlessness is a good word. Apostle paul love to talk about lawlessness. He talked about this present evil age and connected that with lawlessness. How that the entire mass of human thinking devoid of the reality and the truth of god and the revelation of the holy spirit in our life produces a mindset in humanity to where they they don't believe in god and not follow after the morals of god and thereby there's a lawlessness that occurs spiritual lawlessness. We've seen recently. A lot of physical lawlessness legal lawlessness. If you will and But the holy spirit also inspired in the book of acts where on the day of pentecost when the holy spirit came and he moved in any birth the church and then they questioned the people around the heard him speaking tongues. They saw the tong tongues of fire on the people's heads it all that was going. They were praising god they were magnifying. God in people that were watching questioned that and so the first great sherman there where peter said that this is that that joel prophesy and he said in the last day jobs i will pour out of my spirit. So if the bible at the new testament says in the last days there will be lawlessness. It also says in the last days. I will pour out of my spirit. I'm saying that the antidote that you're for the lawlessness is the outpouring of the holy spirit
Prophet Mike Thompson on His Supernatural Experiences With the Spiritual Realm
"Sharing another thing entirely of being quote unquote taken up in the spirit Over the earth Flying over to a being above. I mean a lot of people. Think what the heck is this guy even talking about. But i know you well enough now to know that. You're not making this up and i know other people who've experienced things just like you described so not the only person that from whom i've ever heard this but What do you have things like. You're describing now happen to you somewhat regularly or was this particularly rare. How did it strike you win. It occurred. I have experiences regularly. I would say every day some form but there are various forms. Sometimes it's the voice. Ah god sometimes it's a dream. I dream all that often. My wife is really adept in that. But i see things envision formed and the lord will come to me in various ways number one. There'd be a vision. Manny where it just imprinted into my brain is kind of like on the canvas of my heart inside because you know we have an inner spirit and inner person who has the ability to connect and operate in the spiritual round to see hear feel touch. See things and so. I've learned over the years. How that when. That comes up when i see it in my heart. That is the holy spirit painting that image on the campus of my heart. I see that is very a but it goes from there in various levels up to A full blown vision where. I'm watching the thing just right in front of me. Sometimes i'm taking up. And i'm carried to other places Over the nation or other nations. Even and i see things but very often what happened. You know what the apostle paul said it very well. Second corinthians twelve when he was talking about being caught up to third heaven and he said weather in the body or out of the body. I don't know he said i know it happened man. And so. That's what happens with me sometimes. I'm like one foot in the natural one foot in the spiritual realm and i see both simultaneously
Flooding Is Getting Worse. Can Tech Help Us Deal With It?
"Infrastructure. It's boring visible. We only care about it when things go wrong. Things have been going wrong. Punishing storms have caused catastrophic flooding in new york texas louisiana. The list goes on but water systems are expensive time. Consuming and hard to fix technology may provide some relief. Paul robinson is executive director of rise. A nonprofit accelerator in norfolk virginia. That helps develop climate tech. He says one of the companies they fund is stormcenter which put sensors in storm and sewer pipes. They measure the amounts of flow and in which direction is flowing. And how food the pri- the pipe is and you want to know when if you're pipe is full or blocked or flowing the wrong way. That's important for the city to know they can react to that. Why how hard is it for cities to know what the status of their pipes are right. Now it's not easy because the pipes are buried and there's no one down there on a regular basis so you don't know if sediments building up or if there's a garbage bag in some sticks down there this creating a blockage so having sensors placed within the storm water pipe making measurements and reporting them out to the cloud for analysis is pretty important and that's what storm sensors come in and done in in our region. They put twenty sensors that will start to detect the direction of the flow. We're on a river and the river is on the coast and so We're affected by high tight the river and the ocean come up stormwater system and when there's a a storm surge it can go really far up the storm water system and come out the drains and start to flood the city streets and so knowing that that's going to happen. Helps the city understand how their streets are going to be affected. Also if they can detect parts of the system is being clogged with sediment that helps them send a crew over with a vacuum truck to clean up the blockage. So that doesn't get any
World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland
"Check out what happened. Today between poland against england finished one apiece. england opened the scoring some style. Brilliant goal from harry kane but a late equaliser Poland means that england's perfect record in qualifying as now. Broken now still qualify. Though they any problem have just dropped two points. So far in the opening six matches point nine for poland. They'll fancy their chances now. Moving up into second. That one point adrift of albanian. Thrash san marino. Five mil deja craig. Famille hero fino. In the fact that you've got england's sitting back once again well set by control most of the game but you think that lasts same minutes you feel inviting crusher on and then as a result you can see go which is writing slope because jordan pickford on the ball got charged owed almost ricocheted tease goalie at the sprint. Back to the light in there with a the spear and then just before the goal. Ko walker got. Tom bodley ernie really didn't have to tell you that the shoulder that put england on the buck for the never cleared the ball from there and paul and scored but in truth my one criticism of england would be for all the control. The the game didn't create enough. John's
Saint Anthony Fauci Loses His Halo Over 'Gain of Function' Contradictions
"Saint fouled. She has lost his halo over a year. The media has hailed the kindly scientist grandfather as some sort of infallible. Holy figure but now there's new reporting records obtained by the intercept that cast series doubts on fallacies insistence the no. Us money went to gain a function research. Now you understand. Gain of function research is where scientists manipulate viruses often making them more transmittable to study their affection develop treatments well foul. She has insisted vehemently angrily remember when he browbeat rand. Paul the nobody's talking about said saint fallacy in may foul. She insisted that the us has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the wound heart institute of variety turns out that according to these records obtained by the by the intercept that appears to be a lie. Last night congressman. Mike gallagher of wisconsin appeared on fox news and spoke to brian kilmeade about this shocking development that casts real doubt on the credibility and yes the reputation of dr anthony fallacy to me confirms what we've known for months which is that foul cheesy lied to us. He lied to congress. He knew that our taxpayer dollars were being administered by his organization to third parties like eco health alliance cooperative research gain of function research at the one hundred. And one question about it. He hid behind a highly legalistic definition. But more to the point he was
Charles Barkley Calls out Rich Paul and Klutch Sports for Manipulating the NBA
"Clutches able to come up with a solution to this that gets darryl what he needs. That gets them to a place that he'd like to be in an doesn't adversely impact the sixers fortunes in the east. And you know helps other players along the way. I keep hearing like weird names. Cleveland might have an angle minnesota's by favorite getaway any of their assets the minnesota in sacramento ones. Have that kind of logic of of those Folks in those offices have history with daryl. So you know that there they can have conversations and there's absolutely no reason whatsoever for the sixers do a goddamn thing before training camp before the season starts is the best thing about this before the trade deadline. I mean i think that they're well positioned to just chill for a bit. Here's what barkley said on the mike mass analysis show. He's talked about clutch. Was you know how that group works. They try to trade their players to where they want to anthony davis. They had better deals from boston. Maybe even new york. They're like no he's gonna play with. Lebron is not gonna play. They just bullied. The league team. Got to stand up and say i paid your guy. He can't bully me a trade him and meet and have me take some trash back. I'm hoping somebody in the sixers organization got some stones barkley said we have not seen a team degan before and the quick thing you know. There's a persecution complex of them look for so amid this point the most powerful agent is always the least popular agent. David falk in the nineties was basically presented as the anti christ and blame for every bad thing that happened the league in the nineties. Scott boras same thing in baseball. Everybody had scott boras when you're the top agent near attached to the top guy and you're swinging elbows and get clydes what you want and do all that stuff. You're gonna take shit. I don't like some of the stuff they do at the same time. This is a referendum on them right. What how much power do they actually have. Because in this case philly has no trade.
The Catholic Church: Scandal in the Shadows With Margaret Mary OConnor
"We are excited to have margaret. Mary o'connor with us today. How are you armed doing real good ladies having a year. Yes for so thrilled. Where would you like your story to begin. Well i guess it begins back in the nineteen fifties. When i was a young girl and i was raised in an irish catholic family and there was one incident in particular that regard a birthday gift that my brother paul received that actually brought out the inequality of woman in the catholic church and my mom had bought my brother Replica was a rural cardboard replica of church altar. So i remember bob were so excited. He immediately went behind the altar and assume the row of playing the part of a priest and he told myself and my twin sister pat Bring some chairs in here so we both got a share for ourselves and put him down right in front of the altar in we were like playing the role of parishoners. Well everything was fine until a certain point one. I remember. I stood up. And i told paul basically I wanted to play. The ro as appraised. And i'll never forget what he said he said can't be appraised. Your girl only girl only men. Can you know play their part saw. I basically learned a young age very quickly. That there definitely was a difference As far as you know assuming such a position in our
"i. paul" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
"The axe. But paul was able to this time for us apostles of also of this church to also go out a lot of lives. That's eleven we find ourselves shea. The good news of christ's ted up. The hearts of your people let every that had been dead come alive that were god in the marketplace in role.
"i. paul" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
"Overseas please. Let crossbow used to crossover deaths to win. A soda was able to be established around everywhere. Hallelujah go home. I will let us up to swim you crossed. The proposal wants to win a new. This link your cross this league. Is this leak domino. Wife and the brought paul adams and receiving commandment on the sidelines and tara for them to come to him. We've speeding sixteen. Now why paul was waiting for silence and timothy's at ordered. His spirit was dead in him when he saw the city was. Holy keeping to idolatry. When you went rather well not busier. Towns in acting ghana group yannopoulos should be sure average focused. So you see that..
"i. paul" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Shot to somebody who were who she'll to a deutsche Yeah really enjoyed bush. Well you were great gas. And i love the idea you know. One of my favorite things is finding people on twitter. That are talking about bruce and we reach out we're able to visit and so Thank you for taking part of your day. Visiting with me Paul i hope you and your family stay safe Let's let's all hope that soon we're gonna get out of this pandemic and we're going to meet for a show in share a meal and just enjoy life again absolutely milwaukee fond with four really when roosters to again. I'm really hoping starts every show with the song tequila or the oh. I have a lot of just might might a year stick. Two fingers up to pinpoint a tequila is funny. I have not heard that in. I love that. This is so wonderful. thank you paul. Our listeners. Do stay safe remembered a social distance. Remember to wash your hands. Remember to wear masks. Let's all be good to each other because that's the only way we're going to get through this and for now thankyou. Be careful and we'll talk to you soon. Good by doing a podcast at times can be a one way conversation and i hate that so please let me know what you like. And don't like about the work. I'm doing you can reach the podcasts via email at settling bruce gmail.com. The show is on twitter at set..
"i. paul" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"You're kidding we were here for wrestlemainia tickets when he's gonna tour in dublin but We did not know he was playing and are slightly the night i said no. I'm sorry. yeah he's playing tonight. And i don't know if they went and called the airline said look you've got to change our flight or not. But they were so they were so disappointed and you can imagine right like you've flown all the way from ireland. You know you're there. If you stay one more day not only could you have gone to the wrestlemainia. But you could have caught a bruce show so i always think of those two of for guys like crush all. They at least have tickets for built lynn with. Yeah i believe you wish. Good shows in duplin. My wife is from an irish family. And we've been to duplin feuds all. I'm good night doped in charlotte to the same bush will be a good experience. I would love that. I think of all the places If i had a wishlist Right if i had if i had the tartus I you know. I could go to anywhere I would love to see. I would love to see an show in australia. Because that just looks like a blast. And then i would love ireland. I think that would just be so much fun to see my Still omar to-do list on my book list if you will is bruce in new york. Madison square garden giant stadium Old meadowlands where wherever yacht a lot to see in in in new york initiative home night behold his new jersey twice in his neck of the woods bishop imposingly well absolutely So share with me paul What are some of your favorite songs and albums. That need a lot to your family in blue. Shield just import anything in particular. We'll with bruce down and then you can share other ones if you want. I love i love the show. Love firstly albums i think could ones i play the most awesome. Paul can while the innocent born to dot shed. I have got a shelf spot for a lot of the latest. A magic is fantastic. I love magic washington but we'll show shea turnover Fisher is operatives born in the you can whole list. You million always think that's different. Which if you know if you listen to if you listen to him on fire and then you listen to my a from born to..
"i. paul" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Get quite poetic also told still short of a a bit of a Bit of yeah i can. You can relate to this. I think at that age. Everybody's looking for something that can relate to everyone's looking for showing kind of area or sheldon. Glueck let them fitting new resource. Even though a lot of mutual liquid nearby montego will golf When the bikers the monster walkers we have a we have a big thing with in england between you've ever seen the film quadrophenia with the who Yeah that that's a big thing over here. And i went through a facial beenamol doj big show of who finding and the jam paul weller. Still one of my favorite bands to stay and show you the level of being you know gang i'm not much of a joiner gangs the time about thirteen fourteen. Amy what the queen. Paul kirsch too young to walk Shall we lot stoops's sweet went around on rally choppers in what Wishaw wanted without the bicycle version of the harley davidson so bipolar to be more i but yeah same always looking for sure to call the group to join the thing you know and i think he's talked about that. I don't know if you've got a chance to hear yet. But him and former president obama is doing a podcast. I haven't shaded it. Yeah no spotify on eight of seen clips off here. The told her about their respective fall. Who shot didn't show needs to watch more. Yeah yeah it's very interesting because they talk about how they both felt like they were Outcasts growing up. You know You know President obama talks about growing up. You know is a mixed race. Kid hawaii bruce. Talking about growing up you know poor and jersey. And so i think that is one of the reason and you know. I remember jon stewart. Made the joke once that When you listen to you aren't Yarn loser from jersey..
"i. paul" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"That's my favorite. Part of history is just. I think a lot of some of the feeling of modern education. Is you learn these things in a vacuum like we all know about marketing and cleopatra. And caesar where does that fit in and dovetail with like other stuff right. It's fascinating to know that and even more. I think that's important too to think about this. Incredible power struggle in rome so understandably any talk of revolt a rebellion that hits a little different than it normally does. Because like i think of cleopatra for reason in my head she is ancient egypt. yeah when literally. it's like if i was cleopatra. Yes i am going to catch up with cleopatra and then your daughter marlow is jesus threat. You would've liked crop and they close real. Yeah real close. I saw something else. there's a professor eisenman From california state university in long beach and he his argument is that paul was actually member of the family of here at the great. And he says this because There's a connection between paul. And i guy like a dude who is identified jessica as solace Aka like a kinsman of a grappa but then In romans sixteen eleven. Paul writes greet her odeon. Comma my kinsman. So argument is like paul like super is of the family of hair which is interesting because you know we learned from aaron are scholar. We learned in the finale of season. Twelve that we learned. The difference between pharisees and thatch seats and we know from paul his own. He's going to tell us in his own writings That he was a pharisee he has family. His father was a pharisee. And so i was re looking back at our notes from that buke and she was like seize control. The saint hadrian the temple. They cared about written law. They were elite yup wealthy and they had a Lake they were buddy buddy with the roman whereas sarah sees were skeptical of the romans more middle class but cared very much about oral and written law. And they control the synagogue. So that it's interesting to think about paul. What his relationship and we see that we'll see that this season his relationship with roman leadership because that seems that theory seems i just read. That seems that is because hall was a pharisee and they weren't tight historically with the romans that fills a little weird. But i thought i'd never heard that before odd so so talk a little bit about like paul's name in some of the other stuff. Okay so so. It's weird. Because i believe this to you and so when i went in to answer this question i went to the bible and i was like. I'm gonna the moment where like You know resurrected. Jesus comes down from heaven is like name so bro. Also your name is different now lake. We're going to change one letter. Cool cool but actually act. Thirty-nine i just luke makes it very clear he says saw was also called paul okay. And he's actually referred after his conversion in scripture. He's referred to as all eleven tom right. So what is this. So saul and paul are versions of the same saul. Isn't hebrew name now remember. He's a devout. He comes from a devout jewish family. Solid a hebrew name. Guess what. The greek version of follies greg. Paul paul paul. And you have to understand. We're gonna learn the season. That paul's really focused on converting greek. Sure he writes his books. Angry are in greek. Like so you've got a guy who's like a lot of people are going to call him. It's like my dad is charles but like if he goes to like a spanish speaking country. They're gonna wanna call him carlos. Yeah you know what i mean..
"i. paul" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Weird with the homes. Look what's happening. Where does this is paul. bet me. Holy shit i'm so stoked i've been Talking with paul we started as twitter buds and then we were texting each other. And i've been chasing him Because he's a busy guy When he said he would do this podcast. I think it's been six months. I've been trying to make it happen. And i'm so stoked that his new show wanda vision is out now. I just watched it. I haven't seen all of it. But i hadn't seen it when we did this interview and i've been watching it because it came out after this interview and it's incredible and it gave us a perfect reason to this podcast to help promote that show. Get the word out. You should check it out. It's on disney. Plus it's hilarious. It's sort of exactly what i've been craving that. I didn't know i was craving. Because it's a total throwback to like old old school sitcoms but it absolutely works and he's so funny and it's so novel and interesting and fun so definitely check out one division. We also talked about the movie uncle. Frank which is on amazon which is unbelievable. It's just a drama. I don't wanna spoil anything but it's really really worth a watch. We put it on without knowing anything about it. Other than paul bethany was in it. And we're so glad that we watched it so those are sort of the two projects that we talk about the most in this episode but as usual we get weird and talk about all the usual stuff as well and he was a delight no surprise. I've been such a fan for such a long time. I'm so glad that this happened. And i'm so glad to share it with you for those of you that are big hearted and looking to support the show and try some new wonderful products. Let's talk about the pete's picks the first one is hello bello. This is where we have a two year old baby. This is where we get our diapers. This is where we are wipes this is where we get all sorts of wonderful baby products delivered to our door automatically. I was thinking about it. I resist so many things. I don't subscribe to things online even toilet paper or paper towels. I just don't do it because every month is different but one thing is for sure babies be pooping. And they're going to be pooping and peeing and you need diapers. So this was an absolute no brainer. I'm so glad we heard about them. From kristen bell and dax shepard are pals they are the co founders of this company. Hello bello is built on the simple idea that babies deserve the best which is why they offer premium baby products at affordable prices and being a parent is really really hard and this is one thing you're always going to need because you're always around the corner from another blow out if you're a parent you know what that is. If you're not you can guess and finding a diaper that is absorbent and soft without spending a fortune. Shouldn't be as difficult as changing your your baby in the back of your car on the side of the freeway that happens sometimes so make sure you have the diapers get them delivered get them automatically delivered because maybe poop when you need it. You're gonna need it so just sign up. It's wonderful their diaper bundle service we've actually just upgraded or val val. The baby has aged up to the training pants. So now baby leads. Adorable is pulling up and down her own pants. Which is a little diaper pants. Unbelievably cute and now those are delivered with the wipes that our incredible so their bundled service. Lets you choose from twenty different. Find rotating designs which has mentioned before doesn't seem like a big deal but when i'm trying to get Lead to put on a diaper. And i let her pick which one she likes. It actually makes a huge difference. Each bundle comes seven packs of diapers four packs of plant based wipes which are like mostly water. Which is what you want. And even one full size product freebie with your first order even the box. It comes in the box that we got our hello bellas in this month with a little careful folding turned into a robot so even the box was fun for leila so choosing. What's best for your baby and what's best for. Your budget shouldn't always be a losing battle for your wallet. Hello bello. i'm so glad they're here to lighten the load on the bank account while keeping our babies comfy and dry. There's.
"i. paul" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"And welcome to the three questions. I'm andy richter. The host of the three questions and i am talking today to a very funny very talented. A man who has conquered multiple mediums Paul scheer who had known for a long time from early days. Yeah it was actually thinking about this the other day. I remember one of my first memories of you. Obviously you are successful person. You are hilarious. I've seen on stage. But the one thing i remember. I don't know why this is so clear to me was that you were practising for jeopardy on a video game of jeopardy at the how do you remember that you had a video game version of jeopardy that you were practising on. I don't know why they came into my head. Yeah i it'd be. I can't remember exactly but yes i was. That was the first time. I went on jeopardy which was like probably like ninety five. I'm thinking or something. It must have been later niger. I graduated college after that. I just remember going. Here's somebody who is super funny Incredibly successful and you're smart and you're like yeah. Yeah so was like. I feel like whenever you go on jeopardy the flex it is a flex ultimately to be like you have enough confidence in yourself that you will do well and when you do do well. It's like bragging rights for life. It's fun it is fun. It is terrifying though. And i did well and when you saw me practicing that was also We were do. I did a remote for the conan show because ever in those days if you went to the fucking depressed you're like well let's take a camera crew and it'll be a remote about going to the dentist so i was doing that. And you know it's just jibe profile thing and Our head writer at the time. Jonathan groff had been a jeopardy champion of back back before when they just limited you two five days he was a five day champion And he so he you know he helped me..
"i. paul" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"This is the relations Georgina Godwin? My guest today was born and raised in the black country, an historic part of the Industrial West Midlands his novel Rainbow Milk Observer Top. Ten debut is a coming of age tale mapping the journey of a young black gay man with Jehovah's Witness upbringing making a fresh start in London. It's a semi autobiographical work, which offers a fearless, meditational race, class, religion, freedom and sexuality. Pull it such a pleasure to be speaking and I, just have to set up where we are and why we're here, so meet. The writers is a really intimate Pergamon normally the people that I speak to I have met before I have some kind of a relationship with as I do with you and we do it either in the confines of a studio who we do it at a book festival somewhere, but it's face to face, and you can read body language and really interact with the person. person that you're talking to and of course over the last few weeks that hasn't been possible, and whilst it has meant that I've had much greater pool of people to call from because I phone people on the other side of the world, it has meant of course that it can't be face to face and so today. We can't have you in the studio, but we're having a war again here. Together on hamster teeth and part of the background noise I have to explain. Is My dog Bella? One of the reasons. I felt justified in bringing her. You have a dog in your and she is in fact, called ballots, so we are going to pretend that this is a tribute to might. And the. That's why she's allowed to be here. And of course there are various other dogs barking in the background, but we'll try and ignore that. This book is semi autobiographical, and so it's really important. I think for us to start with you telling us your own story. Now you were boone in what's called the black country, and if you could first just explain what that is for the benefit of non-british listeners are the country as a triangle in the West Midlands roughly covering the areas between West Bromwich Wolverhampton and Dudley. so-called because of two hundred years of coal, mining, et, Cetera, and as a fine coal dust find black coal dust covered everything for a very long time. It's sort of moderate famous for being the place..
"i. paul" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story. family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another five minutes in Church history for this episode. I am sitting here with a book in my hand. It is J. Gresham Megan's the origin of Paul's religion. It was first published in nineteen twenty one and that was when it was copyrighted. And this edition. Looks like it's from nineteen twenty five and autographed. It says with warm regards. Day Gresham Megyn October. Six Nine thousand nine hundred twenty seven. He gave it to George Fisher and George Fisher. Meticulously underlined and put in margin notes throughout this whole book. Sometimes you find books with notes and they stop after the first chapter to these notes. Go all the way through. Well that's the particular book but let's talk about this book Paul's religion. This book originated in lectures. In fact. There's a page here at the beginning that says the James Sprint lectures in nineteen eleven Mr James Sprint of Wilmington North Carolina gave to the Trustees of union theological seminary in Virginia. The some of thirty thousand dollars since increased by his generosity to fifty thousand dollars and it goes on to say that the purpose of that money was to set up a lectureship and in nineteen twenty two twenty one the lectures the sprint lectures were given by the Reverend. Dr John Grissom the year before the lectures were given by G Campbell. Morgan from London. The Great London pastor and the year after making the lectures were given by none other than the honorable William Jennings Bryan the nineteen twenty one thousand nine hundred ninety two lectures just three years before Brian would get into that courtroom in Dayton Tennessee. Well let's talk about mentions sprint lectures. He gave it the title the origin of Paul's religion there were actually three views floating around testament scholarship of the origin of Christianity. You see these New Testament scholars. German English turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century. Made a distinction between the Jesus of the Gospels and the religion of Paul and they saw Jesus as one who talked about behavior ethics and made religion essentially how we live. Paul's the great systematize her and turned all of those systems of behavior into belief codes that you had to believe. And so that was the argument there was the Jesus of the Gospels the religion of Paul. And so where did? Paul's religion come from while German scholar Adolf von Harnack argued. That Paul was not a foundation not building on a foundation of the Gospels but was his own sort of mix off of the gospels. Harnack did not like Paul. He didn't like John Either. He only liked this synoptic gospels and then not even all of them and he certainly didn't like things like the Apostles Creed Harnack said Paul Deified Christ and turned him into somebody that Christ never claimed to be. There was also the German scholar of Rada and he said that Paul founded the Christian religion on certain Jewish elements from the enter testament period. But certainly not from Jesus and then there was another scholar boo set. And he said Oh wasn't founded on Judaism at all. Paul founded his religion on the Greek Pagan religions. Well Megan did not agree with that at all. An in this very scholarly book which was about three hundred pages when it was done. Amazing wanted it to be five hundred pages but the publisher said No. That's too much But in this very scholarly book Mason makes the case that the origin of Paul's religion is from Jesus himself the very end. This is what made us Paulin. Ism was not a philosophy. It was not a set of directions for escape from the misery of the world was not an account of what had always been true on the contrary it was an account of something that had happened and what had happened was the death and resurrection of Jesus. Megan says this he loved me and gave himself for me. There lies the basis of the religion of Paul. There lies the basis of all of Christianity. Well that's Mason on Paul's religion and I'm Steven. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in Church history for more information or to listen to past episodes please visit five minutes in church. History.
"i. paul" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"April twenty five. Paul Salvation was for you. Formerly I was a blasphemer persecutor and insolent opponent but I received mercy because I had acted ignorantly and unbelievable and the grace of our Lord overflowed for me with faith and love that are in Christ. Jesus I received mercy for this reason. That in me as the foremost Jesus Christ might display his perfect patients as an example to those who were to believe in him for eternal life. I Timothy One. Thirteen to fourteen and sixteen. Paul's conversion was for your sake. Did you hear that here again? I received mercy for this reason that Christ by display his perfect patients as an example to those who were to believe in him for eternal life. That's US you and me. I hope you will hear this very personally. God had you in view when he chose Paul and saved him by sovereign grace just the way he did if you believe on Jesus for eternal life or if you may yet believe on him for eternal life. Paul's conversion is for your sake. The point of his conversion happening the way it did is to make crisis incredible patients vivid for you remember that. Paul's pre conversion life was a law long trial to Jesus. Why are you persecuting me? Jesus asked on the Damascus road. X Nine four your life of unbelieving. Rebellion is persecution of me and yet Paul tells us in relations one fifteen that he had been set apart by God for his apostles ship since before he was born. That's amazing it means that all his life up to the point of his conversion was one long abuse of God and One Long Rejection and mockery of Jesus who had chosen him to be an apostle before he was born. This is why Paul says. His conversion is a brilliant demonstration of Jesus patients and that is what he offers us today. It was for our sake the Jesus saved Paul when and how he did to display his perfect patients to us. I Timothy. One sixteen less we lose heart lest we think he could not really save us lest we think he is prone to anger blessed. We think we have gone too far away lest we think our dearest one cannot be converted suddenly unexpectedly by the sovereign overflowing grace of.
"i. paul" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"We've never had any music on the show. We don't do bits like this for you. The eighth guests maybe twelve maybe trump from Andrews weird office room with the cat pillow. Everyone mentions welcome to the newlywed game. Where we assume that Andrian Paul know everything about each other because they once played a married couple in the movie. Summer Oh three contestant number one is Paul Scheer who according to his. Imdb bio his trademark is a gap between his two front teeth. Now did you choose. I think we can listen. I know I did my you put that I might get. That's monitored if anything needs to be true on the don't care if it's my height I don't care if it's my age. I need to make sure this trademark of the other contestant number two Andrea savage simply has too many teeth technically. I don't have any teeth. It just appears that way from now many not too many too many too many too many okay all right. Both of these contestants are married. Just not to each other Paul. Before you walked in here we had you write down your answers to a series of questions. Now I will read off the questions. Paul's already answered to see if Andrea being your spouse can correctly guessed what you wrote down. I feel confident. I know everything about you. Wow remotely but yeah all right so question number one Andrea. Close Your eyes. I don't feel safe right closed. Four second pressure points at the touch. My Team I know that I knew from the bottom down. Four second maintained his exposed to all of you. But please don't all right so your question is. What is Paul's shoe size? Oh all right Paul. I mean I'd take this very seriously Paul. I think height wise. I think you're what five ten you're six feet. Wow Okay you're alert. You're taller man than in my head but I thought it was. That's roughly. We're in the same ballpark. I feel like I never looked at your feet before because I feel like we've discussed shoes you've been wearing back there. I tried to move the mic closer to my mouth and then my hand out the air floating and not touching anything. I'm I'M GONNA go and say you're a twelve to join me. Reveal my answer as we go. All right yeah go ahead size. Twelve good very good. Good okay all right Andrea the second question for you is. How did your pretend spouse Paul answer this? Who is the better kisser? Well well well well well. We have never kissed weird guilty. We have never pollen. I've never kissed. I haven't just a lot of my male friends. Man soukous Kroll really meant soukous and I had to kiss a time in sleeping this yes yes and then crawl was on his show and I don't know I feel like a lot of our friends but you and I have never had enough. Who is a better kisser in terms of our fake marriage? I'll have to figure out what I think you're going to say. I think you think I'm GonNa say me but I'm going to say Paul Scheer. I think he's going to be soft to the lip. Okay I think is going to give just the right amount of a little tongue but not getting crazy about it I was. They voted Best Kisser. By one of my Co Stars in US magazine Shirt yet. I was not a big deal. The well was it. A man knows them. You're in comedy guy banker from the League. She Might Sheva okay. She said it in an article that was very of all of her previous other injured. CaN'T GONNA get into him. I just I just gave you the where wonderful go either got because I said it was you. Hey you said if I yeah logic the right way you're right I think should have just went with you. Walk through the logic and then was like fuck you show you that you're wrong you're not you don't know what. I'm going to answer and then I got it wrong by the way that could have been two points on the board. That was a real misstep. You really gotten you literally said. This is the reasoning that it would be and walked perfect reasoning. I think I feel like this is going better than I thought I was like. We know each other so well. This is technically to but but one but technically so okay all right Andrea final question. What is Paul's go to Karaoke Song? God I'm not this with music and by the way this is tricky because well I let you answer. I don't it here. No Okay Okay. So then surprise me. Yeah but when I do do Karaoke there is I want if I need to work through. There's one to decide. Paul Scheer. Do jokey Kerry okay. Yes that was. That was a that is true. You need to think about that. I don't think you do okay. I think you will find. I like big butts or like songs like that to hockey so now. These are just noncommital noises. Do you go with a classic like a Sinatra. Like everyone's GonNa enjoy this. Do it my way you know what I mean something that do you. WanNa try to get the crowd involved with like an old brown eyed brown eyed girl. Kind of thing all good choices or do hip hop These are a lot like look. You laid down the gauntlet of choices for yourself. That all impossible I. This is an impossibly go with pick. I would say pick genre and I get points. That's what I would say. Yeah because laid down for options for your sake get the crowd going classic or Hip Hop Yup. That I think is the fair way to do this one. I'm going to go with the crowd going for seeing classic. I said anything by Neil Diamond. Which is like. I mean I does spouse borders like I feel like those are the ones you want people to sing along way you want to be sure. Yeah I mean look the judge all right. What do you think I do work for you? Do you think this is the test? I need you to be fair because if I feel like you're just yes person I'm not yes person. Yeah all right we gotta go now now and give you the point. Wow Wow tough years I will let you know you are fire. Great respect but I respect you speaking up for your voice. Thank you and I hope that that serves you well in your next career. Think we're out of the energy all right so moving onto Paul's questions Paul question number one now. You have to close your eyes. What is Andrea's Bra size? Why do I have to close I? I would like to. Yeah well she had eight. I've got okay. Yeah now this one I will say. It's a little tricky actually. But I'm GONNA give you. I'm going to give you a range because it tipped pens. Walk okay all right. So you're you're welcome my logic. This is something that as a human being. I am very bad at great I am. I am not a person that clocks to pays. I'm not a person that clocks like fake boobs and person clocks the BRA size. I will tell you minor real. I say yes I would say to. My choices are eight thirty right. That's true statement could be. I could be larger than that all right so I'm going to say I'm I let you what he number two an. Oh which is back size but you know broth sizes. I like watching these companies like. Oh Thirty SIX DEMOCRATS. Such a all right. I'll I'll say oh God I don't know all right so thirty thirty four years. I don't know I am a thirty okay. So small back which then makes the cups a little bit different audit but basically a thirty. Okay so I got the E. Yeah that that should be a half-point aspect that's a half and a half are thirty to thirty four. That was very good. We need a little music take to get missing. A little.
"i. paul" Discussed on American Greed Podcast
"It has all the signs of a revolution. And it's taking place in Kiev's Independence Square. Hundreds thousands even about a million people want to protest the streets demanding dignity human rights justice and say no to the president himself was a symbol of corruption in February two thousand fourteen. The protests in Kiev turned deadly and Yanukovych leased to Russian once gone his lavish estate is open to the public offering a glimpse into the life of excess from which he and Manafort have now been removed. When Paul Manafort went to work in Ukraine he was making so much money for Kovic that that the entire rest of his lobbying practice fall away and when that relationship disappeared what his client was sent into exile. He had nothing to make matters worse. Metaphors also being sued by his old client. Russian oligarch OLEG PASTA OVER A multimillion dollar investment deal gone back eventually deposited the Manafort essentially took investment. Despite his mounting problems manafort fails to adjust. He and his family kept spending hand over fist as if nothing had changed so an Arctic. Keep up this facade. He ended up joining to an increasingly risky and sort of convoluted series of financial and accounting and tax schemes. In December. Two Thousand Fifteen manafort begins applying for loans. Even though he's hardly the perfect candidate if banks look for metaphors actual financial situation. They would look at somebody who's had very little income coming in They would look at somebody who would be real risk for repaying loans. So what do you just lied? He was committing bank fraud by submitting false documents to obtain loans from banks and lenders. He would lie about his income. He would lie about his debts. In one instance evidence shows he takes a profit and loss statement showing his company's lost six hundred thirty eight thousand dollars. He hasn't changed into a document that can be edited and simply changes the numbers from a six hundred thirty eight thousand dollar loss in the initial document that was sent from the Accountant. After it was turned into a word document. That Paul Manafort could edit. It shows a three million dollar game for Paul Manafort's purposes. He's telling the Bank here. Hey I've got money coming in and yes I can pay back. According to lawyers working for special counsel Robert Muller Manafort will use lies like this to secure twenty five million dollars in loans in the early months of two thousand sixteen. Paul Manafort is being pursued by Russian oligarch Oleg Pasqua while also running a multi million dollar bank fraud scheme. He's sitting in puts of desperation. His marriage is in a bad place. His finances are in a bad place. He's looking for some way to reinvent himself some lifeline and he sees trump come onto the scene. Ladies and gentlemen.
"i. paul" Discussed on American Greed Podcast
"In two thousand sixteen presidential candidate. Donald trump makes waves promising to clean up American politics. We are going to Washington. Dc and we are going to drain the swamp that Spring to hope to cure. His party's nomination. The outsider candidate turns to a big time. Washington insider Paul Manafort. Ken Bogu is a reporter for the New York Times. There's a lot of irony in the trump manafort connection not the least of which is a candidate who's running as a climber. Party's platform on draining. The swamp has just hired to run his campaign. The ultimate swamp creature metaphors path to the trump campaign begins years earlier in an industrial town. Not Far from Hartford Connecticut Paul Manafort. I became enamored with politics at his father's knee. His Dad ran for and won the mayorality of new Britain Connecticut. Their home town. Franklin fourer is a staff writer for the Atlantic is Dad was a was a guy who practice a very hard style politics but new Britain was also a place that was filled with corruption. Palma for his father was accused and even charge with perjury but never convicted and had a road named bathrooms kind of a hero in his hometown. So certainly possible that the sun would conclude that you can walk right up to the end of the line without paying the penalty in the late nineteen sixties metaphor leaves new Britain for Washington. Dc Very attends Georgetown University while many members of his generation celebrate peace and love. He's pictured in the school yearbook flashing V-for-victory Son and apparent celebration. The nineteen sixty eight election. Victory up Richard Nixon after Nixon's resignation in nineteen seventy four manafort than a lawyer serves in the White House under his successor. President Gerald Four Paul Manafort even in those early days showed signs of becoming the master. Strategist that you would eventually fully realize you just this shrewd operator. Who understood how to get the head of somebody to figure out what they wanted and how he can deliver it to them after helping four defeat robber Reagan for the GOP nomination in nineteen seventy six metaphor. Works on Reagan's presidential campaign. Four years later the south will be targeted. We'll get specialized media. We will carry the Reagan record to the south particularly He kind of went where he saw an opening and by the time he was I getting evolved professionally around Reagan. That was the hot thing. In American politics it turns out to be a good bit in this present crisis. Government is not the solution to our problem. Government is the problem out of Ronald Reagan's nineteen eighty camp in Washington suddenly flooded with Republicans. Who'd been out of power for several years and they had this new power in town but nobody had figured out how to really capitalize on power. Manafort will lead the charge on K. Street DC's lobbying center in one thousand nine hundred eighty. He teams up with two other. Reagan Campaign Veterans Charlie Black and Roger Stone who will later worked for the trump campaign together. The three men form political firm with an innovative to part business marble. They were electing people who'd established intimate relationships with and then they would turn around and ask them for favors on behalf of corporate clients and this was an incredible advantage and it made them a fortune. The firm's principles bring in six figure salaries representing big-name domestic clients including a high powered New York real estate developer name Donald Trump manafort ran affirm that blew up based on a reputation for getting things. Done if you're a lobbyist you're going to be effective some of the time you're going to be effective. Maybe not all the time but the important thing is to create the perception of power and Manafort was a master of that. The way he creates. This perception is partially spelled out in a company pitch obtained by NBC News. In one thousand nine hundred ninety eight but document lists the close political ties that key members of the firm had in the Reagan administration and it promised that personal relationships with Department of State officials would be utilized to upgrade a back channel relationship. What they're doing is legal. Some considered questionable some of the old guard in Washington. Dc turned up their noses at what blackstone and Manafort were doing and they saw it as really unseemly they were breaking all sorts of norms. They were creating all sorts of new conventions for Washington. And I think it's even possible to say that through their firm Paul Manafort and his crew did a lot to create the swamp if you will as we know it over the decades that he works in Washington Paul Manafort becomes a behind the scenes master of crafting politicians images. When you set up here with all this gadgetry no because Amb where we'd have curtains on the front of the window but in this world power and money. It's not just American politician and American lobbying clients who turned to him for help. The definitely is this is before Paul Manafort of lobbyists working on behalf of scuzzy foreign governments but nobody had made it a cottage industry in quite the same way that Paul Manafort did he basically went out and found all manner of folks with unsavory reputations. Who are willing to pay huge psalms in order to try to buff their reputations and improve their standing in Washington. The word is not without controversy. The Prime Minister of the Bahamas Lynden thinly and key officials of his government have long been described in reports of American drug agents as receiving huge payoffs from big time Colombian and American drug bosses but in Nineteen eighty-four Washington. Lobbying firm run by these men. All of whom are now key advisers in the Bush campaign went to work for the pindling government at eight hundred thousand dollars a year when these reports I surface manafort's partner. Charlie black denies any wrongdoing. Saying the firm would never work for a foreigner whose interests are at odds with those of the United States. But other bad press will follow in Nineteen Ninety-two Manafort's firm then called black manafort stone and Kelly features heavily in the torturers lobby published by the center Republican Teddy. This report outlines the company's work on behalf of questionable foreign clients said to receive US aid and abuse human rights. That's certainly an argument to be made. That manafort was kind of the angel on the shoulder of some of these arguably very bad people that he was trying to get them to embrace democratic tactics and strategies but also democracy that certainly manafort and his allies saw manafort's detractors say that's a bunch of bull it's possible to know who manafort's firm works for who they lobby and how much they make because of a law called the foreign agents registration there or Farah created in the nineteen thirties. Think this is right in Madison Square Garden. Usa This a strict Cuban leader german-american hiding behind the American flag artist. Berlin the Foreign Agents Registration Act was enacted in nineteen thirty eight in response to congressional concerns about Nazi subversive activities in the United States in particular clandestine propaganda being disseminated throughout the United States. Now a partner at the law firm of Wiggin and Dana. David lawmen once served as chief of the Department of Justice's countered intelligence and Export Control Section. There he was responsible for enforcement of Farah law that requires people like metaphor disclosed their lobbying and public relations work performed in the US on behalf of a foreign power. The whole point of the statute is not to suppress or regularly the content of speech but when that speech is propagated by people United States acting on behalf of a foreign government or foreign political party to require registration with the government in periodic disclosure. So that the American people or US lawmakers can be properly put on notice of. Who's behind that content? So they can way what credit or wait too attached to it in. Farah filings like these from the nineteen eighties. Manafort divulges which foreigners? He's working for what he's doing for them. And the vast sums he's paid Paul Manafort went from being a guy came from relatively little means to a guy running affirm that was suddenly printing money. This was nineteen eighties. The age of four in Gecko and benefit with somebody when suddenly stumbled upon. Well really set out to enjoy it. Manafort and his partners and even some of the associates at the firm were wearing flashy tailored suits driving. Big Shiny cars often foreign. He got one of the biggest homes and his friends said when he had a pool. He didn't like where it was positioned so he had. It moved several feet he would disappear for weeks and come back and expense concord round trip to Paris and a week and a half and the nicest hotel.
"i. paul" Discussed on Taking a Leap
"The MM-HMM Hi Ever One. This is your life. Coach Debra Brown around welcoming you to taking a leak. Our guest. Today is Paul Speed. Walk Paul SPIVAK IS A. US Army veteran having served in World War Two in two thousand fourteen..
"i. paul" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"July fifteen. We were by grace. By the grace of God. I am what I am and his grace toward me was not in vain. On the contrary, I worked harder than any of them. Though it was not. I. But the grace of God that he's with me. Pay realized that the first part of this verse might be misunderstood. I worked harder than any of them. So he goes on to say, though it was not I, but the grace of God that is with me. Paul does not trace his 'obedient back to his thankfulness for past grace. He traces it up to moment by moment ever arriving grace. He is banking on the promise of God's future grace to arrive at every moment of need in every instant of Paul's intention and effort to obey Christ. Grace was at work to produce that intention and that effort. Paul did not bring about his work merely out of gratitude for past grace bought in moment by moment, reliance on the arrival of promised grace. Paul wants to emphasize that the ever arriving grace of God is the decisive cause of his work. Does it really see. Doesn't it just say that the grace of God worked with Paul? No, it says Moore, we have to come to terms with the words though it was not. I. Paul wants to exalt the moment by moment, grace of God in such a way that it is clear that he himself is not the decisive doer of his work. Nevertheless, he is a doer of his work. I worked harder than any of them. He worked. But he said it was the grace of God toward me. If we all the parts of this Verstand the end result is this grace is the decisive Dur in Paul's work. Since Paul is also doer of his work. The way grace becomes the decisive doer is by becoming the enabling power of Paul's work. I take this to mean that as Paul faced every day as ministry burden. He bowed his head and confessed that unless future grace was given for that day's work, he would not be able to do it. Perhaps he recalled the words of Jesus apart from me, you can do nothing John fifteen five. So he prayed for future grace for the day and he trusted in the promise that it would come with power. My God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus for the beings, four, nine. Then he acted with all his might.
"i. paul" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories
"Ability for the debacle including his two for 11 shooting six fouls and 6 turnovers then retreated to atlanta for some privacy and reflection sometimes harden says i want to sit in my little box and be left alone now on june 25th harden was dining with friends in la when his phone lit up again he glanced at his caller id and excused himself in the table gotta take this one he said when he stepped outside the name on the screen gleaned back at him chris paul i in paul said what do you mean yerin harden asked harden and paul were friends and they had traded texts throughout the season cb three he knew was examining his pending freeagent options and harden was hopeful houston was on paul's shortlist but he was in the dark about where paul was leading i mean i'm in paul repeated i want to come to houston i want to play with you rockets general manager darryl maury had lusted after paul for more than a decade he was part of a celtic staff back in two thousand five the tried to deal it star paul pierce on draft night for the rights to the rookie point guard as houston's gm maury tried to trade for paul in december two thousand eleven when he was dealt from new orleans to the clippers in two thousand thirteen the last time cb 3s contract was up maury presented him with a custom designed chris paul and a little chris bobblehead the rendition of the point guard and his son didn't land them a face to face free agency meeting but for some reason even after paul react with the clippers he held onto that bobblehead and maury held onto the dream so it was that in mori's war room this offseason houston's two thousand seventeen free agency whiteboard was dominated by his decision tree a failings of available players myriad numbers some eros formulas hypotheticals and one name circled in red marker chris paul the end for both men was swift and cruel as harden sat at his locker after game six alone the helplessness reverberated player development coach irving rowland.