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A Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Create US Presence in the Pacific

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 2 d ago

A Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Create US Presence in the Pacific

"Can you explain a little bit to me what you and senator hirano are up to? Well, I think we see the region in the whole indo Pacific is extremely strategic and vital to America. We see China's very aggressive posture, just look what they recently done in the Solomon island. Signing a security agreement with the Solomon Islands that they are trying to use their typical means of corruption, the debt trap diplomacy they deploy, et cetera, to get more of these smaller nations to fall their way, whether it's to put pressure on Taiwan, whether it's to get more votes in these multilateral organizations like the United Nations. I think the United States needs to be more present and we need to have more connectivity in that region. We certainly have a major presence in Japan. You're well aware of you and I have talked about it many times before, but the largest component of U.S. Military stationed anywhere is based in Japan, why served as U.S. ambassador, most recently, and we have incredible strategic interest in the region. It's a vital area for growth, the busy sea lanes in the world and East China Sea, South China Sea, our interests are very much aligned with keeping a free and open region there in the Pacific.

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 Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:06 sec | Last week

Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court

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John Solomon: Ministry of Truth Is Weapon of Mass DISTRACTION

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 2 weeks ago

John Solomon: Ministry of Truth Is Weapon of Mass DISTRACTION

"John Solomon, welcome back to the Salem radio network. Good to be with you, Sam. Good, happy Monday. I didn't go to the White House correspondents dinner. I went to the pre party that newsmax through. Were you in the building? I mean, there was only 5000 people in the building. I'm not sure I saw you. Did you go? I didn't go. Now I've long ago tired of these dinners, so I'm much more interested in reporting on the weekends and going to a dinner. I'd rather work. You've got better things to do. And he is seriously one of the hardest working guys out there. Okay, we're going to talk about what you found out. I have it in front of me the latest developments from the Durham special prosecutor investigation. But first, given that you're a journalist who has to sift between fake information and find the real gold, your reaction to the creation of this disinformation governance board. What do you think of this take from the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich cut 5? This is a censorship board. Now, the First Amendment of the constitution says you can't make any law that affects free speech. So Mallorca, who I think should be impeached immediately, and the board should be defunded immediately. Mallorca is essentially explaining that there are going to be break the constitution, exercise censorship, and that's what it is. Censorship, and we're supposed to trust their appointees who are all left wingers to be fair and neutral. This is nonsense. I mean, these people are crazy. And I think we need to understand what they're trying to do is a total violation of the American constitution. Isn't he right, John, that this is I mean, how can they even consider this idea given that the constitution is very clear with regards to government's role? Yeah, I'm not a bridge. The First Amendment, the constitution is correct. It's the government's role not to do that. And listen, I think you said it right. These people are crazy. A lot of the people I talk to this week and have the exact same reaction. And some of them are Democrats saying, I can't believe what they're doing. It's like kamikaze politics. Who came up with this idea? And maybe we can give Putin the Medal of Freedom next week. They were that upset about how stupid this idea is. And then look who they picked, right? A woman who perpetrated first, the Russia collusion hoax, and then argued for the censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop, she's wrong on the first two issues where she was mitigating information in the public space, this is a bad idea from start to finish and probably more a weapon of mass distraction than an actual

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Why Dinesh D'Souza Came Back Stronger Than Ever After the Obama Era

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Why Dinesh D'Souza Came Back Stronger Than Ever After the Obama Era

"A personal question for you dinesh after what happened to you under Obama, the way they persecuted you, the way they prosecuted you, why did you not just disappear quietly and why did you come back more forceful than ever? What is it that drives you to do these kinds of things? Well, I think I used to be in my earlier career a little bit more at the point he had it intellectual who saw American politics as a kind of debate between two groups of people that had different ideas. And I think what happened under Obama in particular, as I was found myself locked up in a confinement center with a bunch of thugs, is I realized, you know, I'm witnessing the gangster of the Democratic Party. And so this has to be responded to in a completely different way than I had imagined before. So it's how to be effective toughening me up, radicalizing me a little bit, making me more brave, I think, rather than more

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'2000 Mules' Is Available to the Public... What's Next?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

'2000 Mules' Is Available to the Public... What's Next?

"Dinesh, it's clear that anybody who wants the truth will get it with this film. They will see hundreds of thousands of illegally collected ballots that were harvested in states where that is a crime such as Georgia. Here's the big question for you as somebody who isn't just an academic or a documentarian, but you're a political actor you live in the real world. What happens next? I think this is a real vaccine. It's an antidote for those who think it's all conspiracy theories, nothing really happened. It was a fair election. Okay, this movie comes out. You say the mainstream media will be there at Mar-a-Lago for the premier this week. What happens after that dinesh? Well, the good question is what will happen and what should happen. Now, what should happen is pretty obvious. Somebody needs to arrest the mules. Let's remember that through the vote has the cell phone IDs of these 2000 plus meals. They don't have their names, but law enforcement all the time, and take a cell phone ID, get a warrant, go to the cell phone provider, find out who these people are. And then, of course, who paid you who put you up to this, who organized this operation, remember some of these stash houses, the votes houses where the mules get their ballots. They don't come up with their own ballots. They go get them. Are from 501c3 nonprofit organizations that are strictly forbidden from getting involved in this kind of electioneering. They're not allowed to intervene on behalf of any party or candidate. They can generic say, hey, people get out and vote, but they can't intervene on behalf of the Democrats or try to drag Joe Biden across the finish line. So there's just a lot of unlawful activity going on here. All of it organized by the left and the Democrats. But of course, the big question is, will somebody bust it?

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Dinesh D'Souza's Reaction to the 'Ministry of Truth'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza's Reaction to the 'Ministry of Truth'

"Have given what you went through the persecution, the literal political persecution you went through under the Obama administration. Your reaction to the fact that the United States of America that defeated both the Nazis and the Soviet Union now has a minister for truth now has the government disinformation board, your reaction as a legal immigrant to the United States like me danesh. Well, I mean, who would have thought that some of the very features that the market and defined authoritarian and totalitarian regimes are now a normal part of life in Biden's America. The use of the deep state to go after political opponents, the shutting down and censoring and restriction of free speech. The urging of children to sort of speak out against their parents indoctrination in schools even at the very young level, the attack from the family, the church, all of this is, I think, very startling and makes it much more difficult for us to use the old language of the free world against the authoritarians. We got plenty of authoritarians now in this country.

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John Solomon on the Integrity of the SCOTUS

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

John Solomon on the Integrity of the SCOTUS

"And I think one of the issues that we're also dealing with and this is something interesting that you just picked up on and that they made the American public go understand. I mean, think about 9 individuals who have, you know, you go from a Sotomayor to a Thomas and in this court. They have to sit around and they debate these cases. And we've seen the friendships of that have developed your own various ideological differences, but it allows them to come together. You know, I'll be honest. Some of the decisions I like, some of them I don't like, but if you start tampering with that, that's a bigger threat to the integrity of the court than some of these other dialogs at the court's politicized simply because they didn't rule the way I felt they should. Yeah, no, I agree. Those justices have to be able to deliberate. They're deciding things that are going to have 50, a hundred, 200 years of consequence and precedent. And the fact now that they're going to always wonder, is there someone here that's going to leak this afterwards? I think it's going to change the ability to get consensus to do the sort of things that allow the court to create the sort of opinions that govern this country for a long time, because people trust it, wherever the justices came down, they followed a meaningful process. And that's why the court has been so successful in its first 247 plus years. I think people are very worried about this and when you talk to lawyers and others, that this is an attack against the institution. Now, they might be able to recover it. They put the ruling out. They don't change. They find the leaker. They punish them. Maybe it can go back to order as normal. But right now, this is a Paris moment in the Supreme Court's history. It's trust in the trust among its members have been greatly damaged by

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Doug Collins and John Solomon Discuss Americans' Sour Mood

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Doug Collins and John Solomon Discuss Americans' Sour Mood

Donald Trump Remains Kingmaker in Ohio After J.D. Vance Victory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Donald Trump Remains Kingmaker in Ohio After J.D. Vance Victory

"I'm Doug Collins. I'm glad to be sitting in for Sebastian today. I'm on the Doug Collins podcast and only here part of the Salem faculty. I'm glad that the professor let me fill in for him today on America first. We got a lot to talk about. I'm excited about what's happening. I mean, if you just go through the last few hours, let's put it in perspective here. Mainstream media has been planning this picture over the last little bit of the Trump influence in the America first agenda going down in popularity. I'm in the mainstream media would do anything they could to basically say that Donald Trump is no longer a force in American politics. Well, folks, all you got to do is sample a look to what happened last night in Ohio. Let me give you a little bit of perspective here. This is a great moment. I know for the America first listener, you ought to be one of the best informed conservatives out there. We're going to give you that information. Just 6 to 7 weeks ago. JD Vance was in Ohio running in fourth place. He was running about 1617%. He had had some help. I know Don Junior had been in there a lot going on. But it was just a model race, if you were, there's a lot of candidates in it from different perspectives. And at the about two and a half I guess, three weeks ago now, Donald Trump decided that he was going to get into this race. He picked Vance, he endorsed JD Vance. And JD Vance went from fourth place at 17% to last night and finishing up at 33% man down Josh mandel, mandel, who had been running as well, got in 23%. Folks, I don't know what else you can say. Either either this is showing that Donald Trump still has a great deal of pool into this party and that he still has folks who are very much mourning in America first gender, especially with the just complete and utter downfall of Joe Biden and the mess that's being you can not deny that Donald Trump's influence there. In fact, he won all 22 races in which he endorsed last week.

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John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.

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Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years

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Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

"First guest of the day delighted to have somebody I call a personal friend. She's a warrior for the truth. Agnes, angel mother, are you there? I am. How are you, doctor gorka? I'm good. I'm good because it's a Friday. However, I am sad to hear from you that the mainstream media don't want to talk to you lately. You have a very somber anniversary to discuss. Tell us what you wish to remind everybody across this nation of. Well, I wanted to remind everyone that this past Wednesday celebrated my son's 20th anniversary of his murder. And very heartbreaking that in 20 years, nothing has got in our country, but it got worse and disaster at the border. There's going to be more victims like me like my family and our government is doing absolutely nothing about it. It is very heartbreaking. This for some reason was a very, very difficult anniversary. I relive every feeling I had 20 years ago. And to make things worse. Let's remind everybody who hasn't heard you on our show before. And this is a photograph of you and me in front of the capitol when you asked me to speak with some other angel moms. You've got a T-shirt with a photograph of your grown son above it. It says permanently permanent family separation. How are you separated from your son talk to us about your son, tell a millions of lessons across this nation, your tragic story. Sure. My son was shot and killed by a previously deported criminal illegal alien who intended to shoot his friend in the back. And my son noticed somebody coming approaching him from behind in the dark as my son was leaving the driveway. And he fired in my son got Ebola in the arm. And I'm so sad to say this was particularly very difficult because this guy, my son's best friend, Robert, is my hero, or should I say, was my hero because he just passed away this past Monday, two days before Ronald X anniversary. So I'm very heartbroken about his loss. He was my last connection to my

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John Solomon: The Culture of Corruption on the Left

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

John Solomon: The Culture of Corruption on the Left

"There's a party in America out of the two parties that we have that has a real problem with what was the phrase a culture of corruption. Corruption. Cultural prompts in the latest everybody by surprise that wasn't paying attention is the former lieutenant governor of New York. So walk us through why it seems as if one party has a real problem with bent politicians. Yeah, listen, if you remember, this is how Nancy Pelosi swept into power during the 2006 election. Her first time, she's elected speaker. She and Harry Reid came up with a came up with the term culture of corruption Republicans have been in power for so long. They have a culture of corruption, and they rode that to an election victory. Well, Nancy Pelosi may be swept out of power this election in part because of this culture of corruption problem now on the democratic side. You've got the lieutenant governor. You got the former House speaker and Illinois with some connections, by the way, to the current governor there. You've got the Hunter Biden investigation, which could be one of the largest inflow influence pending scandals we've seen in a very long time. You've got state lawmakers in Kentucky and Tennessee in Nevada and Wisconsin, all with recent criminal cases. I think about a dozen corruption cases across the entire Democratic Party in the last few months and democratic middle of the road voters already have their frustrations with inflation and gas prices and rising crime, open border instability in the world, throw in corrupt crooked politicians. It's enough to create a maelstrom of a election storm in favor of Republicans heading into the November

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Chuck Holton: 120,000 Russians Have Fled to Armenia, Leaving Putin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

Chuck Holton: 120,000 Russians Have Fled to Armenia, Leaving Putin

"Well, to start with, let's start in our mania. Right now, there are a 120,000 Russians who have fled from their country to one of the only places left in the globe where they can actually go and that's the tiny country of our mania, former Soviet republic, they are beholden to Russia because Russia helped to stop or at least put a pause on the war and then Nagorno Karabakh back in a couple of years ago. The war was absolutely by John. That's right, with Azerbaijan. Right. So there are tons of young Russians who are fleeing their country over three or 4000 a day now that are arriving in Armenia and are moving there. They're not just coming for vacation. They are. Why? So explain why Russians are leaving Russia, chuck. So I talked to as many as I could in every single one of them said, we disagree with what's going on with what Putin is doing. We know that he's dictator. He's this generation's Hitler, and we don't want to live under that kind of tyranny.

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Liberals Want to Ban Ghost Guns Because It's Easy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | Last month

Liberals Want to Ban Ghost Guns Because It's Easy

"Other news of the day ghost guns are going to be banned. By the senile old man in The White House, what is the ghost gun there is no such thing as a ghost gun? The constitution, the law is clear and American can buy weapons, not only can he buy a firearm, an American can manufacture for their own use a weapon. Yes, if you know what you're doing, you can make a gun. And you don't have to have a background check. If you're not a felon, you can make it for your own purposes. If you want to sell it, that's another question. And there are kits called 80% kits that allow you to take a piece of plastic that is reinforced with metal. Like a Glock lower as it is termed. And with a little bit of work, you need a drill press. You need a little bit of know how when it comes to using tools, you can turn that 80% firearm into a real firearm in an hour or hour to work. That is what the liberals call a ghost gun. It's not a specter. It's not spiritual. It's not invisible. It doesn't have a sheet over its head. It is a partially finished firearm that does not work that can not be used to shoot anything unless you know what you're doing and you finish the build. It's like buying a chassis for a car. It's not a car. And it takes a little bit of knowledge to put an engine running gear, brakes, wheels, staring column, fuel system on it, therefore it's not a car. But they want to ban it. Why? Because it's easy.

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Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill

"We thought it was bad enough in the Commonwealth with the butcher of Richmond with the former governor Ralph northam with his. Pediatrician saying a woman can decide after the birth. If they keep the child or kill it, talk to us about this unbelievable story coming out of the assemblies, judiciary committee. Yeah, so there is a bill in California that was put together by an assemblywoman out of Oakland. It has the full support of our attorney general in the state, rob Banda, who was handpicked by Gavin Newsom. And really, they started this bill because there was a woman who was addicted to meth during her pregnancy. She had a stillbirth, and she was charged with murder of her child. Now, we could debate all day long whether or not that was appropriate, but that was the catalyst for this bill that was put together. And you couple that with Gavin Newsom saying that California is essentially a sanctuary state for people wanting an abortion after Texas passed their life protecting laws in Texas, California has responded by saying, come on in, will not only give you an abortion, but we'll pay for it for you. Now this new assembly Bill says that a woman and her doctor or accomplice and this is spelled out in assembly Bill 22 23. Will not be held responsible under the law for anything that may go wrong during her pregnancy or in the perinatal period. Now, here's where the problem you're talking about just blanket immunity. Blanket immunity. And perinatal, if you look up the definition, can be anywhere from 22 weeks into gestation till about typically people say about 7 days after birth, which would then say that 8 is conceivable under this law without definition of perinatal that woman could have a baby, take it home, have buyers remorse something happens to that child God forbid, I don't even want to say it. And they would not be able to prosecute that woman or charge that woman with

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The Biden Administration Have Mishandled the Ukraine Situation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

The Biden Administration Have Mishandled the Ukraine Situation

"Lord black, you make a point in your upcoming article on the perfect opportunity that has been handed this White House with regards to the conflict in Europe, but they're not taking it, are they? No. I mean, at the beginning of the war, when the Russians invaded and in the last week in February, the chairman of the joint chiefs who should have been torched marshaled years ago. But. With the same genius that the chiefs showed in the Afghanistan said that he expected the Russians have occupied Kyiv within three days and President Biden said that he had offered safe flight out for president zelensky and his family. So the United States government military and civilian were completely resigned to the Russians taking over stamping out the Ukrainian independence and just crushing the project of democracy in that country of 40 million. Just crushing its windpipe. They were resigned

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Fox Analyst Gregg Jarrett Discusses KBJ's Legal Theories on Child Porn

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Fox Analyst Gregg Jarrett Discusses KBJ's Legal Theories on Child Porn

"We are back with Greg Jarrett. He is the illegal mind political analyst for Fox News follow him at Greg Jarrett by his book, the witch hunt and the Russia hoax. Right now we are witnessing it is dick Danang blumenthal, who is asking questions, puff piece questions from the judge that has been nominated to the Supreme Court by the Biden administration. Greg, just a couple of things about this individual judge katangi Brown Jackson. She helped bring a case against the Trump administration to reinstate 81 Planned Parenthood programs across America. She has refused to state whether or not she believes in a living constitution. And then the strangest thing at all of all, we played it in the break Greg. She has this logic about why she gave the lowest sentence is possible to a child pornographers, she said, well, because the law was written before the Internet, the amount of porn that you can child porn that you can access is so much easier today. Therefore, they should be given a break. Is there some legal principle behind that? No, there's none. And actually one can make the opposite argument because of the ease of gaining child porn and people taking advantage of that ease. The penalty should be more stringent. So it's not an argument that I bought. But it's an argument that others will buy into. I think she's obviously incredibly smart. Knows a great deal about the law in the constitution. But she has been very clever in her responses, she will tell you how she'll go about deciding a particular case, but she won't tell you how she goes about interpreting the constitution, which is principally with Supreme Court Justices do.

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"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

04:36 min | 7 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"Not leading us in worship. He is who we worship. They cried. You are worthy. Oh lord to receive glory and honor and power because you created all things and by your will they exist and they were created solomon's throne rule over a kingdom. Jesus christ rules over every kingdom that ever was or that ever will be so close one. More time with the words of lockridge in that same sermon. When he said that's my king he said this and i still wonder this today when he said i wonder you.

"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

07:19 min | 7 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"He said in john fourteen to in my father's house there are many mansions. I'm going to prepare a place for you. I heard a preacher years ago. I've never forgot this statement years ago. I heard this. He said look at look at this world a great and glorious this world is you know. God built this place in six days. He put this world together a six days. He said what in the world has it taking him. Two thousand years to make for you and me. He could do this and six days two thousand years ago. He said i'm going to prepare a place. Why is he making. What is going to be like praise. God i want to ask you something. Wrap this up in a few moments here. I wanna ask you something. What would it take to really make you happy. What would it take to really make you happy. You see we get caught up with things summit. Would it make you happy. what would you like. Would you like a bigger house on ten acres of land. Beautiful woods in the back and deer that. Come up and eat from your your flowers. The rabbits hop around wiggling their noses at the fox's that are trying to eat them. I'm not want be serious. What would it take to make you happy. Man if i tell you i got four kids. Raising them in this house with two bedrooms and a shabby apartment on the backstreet of some alley in schenectady. And it's just so hard living here so what will make you happy. How about how about someone you and all the bills paid you. Don't have to worry about the mortgage payment. Come up it's all taken care of. You gotta now now four bedroom house. Nice couple of acres of land trees swaying in the breeze. What would that is that what you need do. What would that do what you think it would do. You think you'll give you peace. You think it will give you stability. You think it'll give you. You can relax and not have to worry about where you're going to let your you think it will do that. Let me tell you something. Jesus is greater why because he can give you that same feeling without the house about a million dollars about a million dollars in the bank. No taxes do million dollars and you wake up you at your bank out. There is a million your troubles over our your problems done. You never have to worry about affording anything again. That broken down car pitching a new one with the interest on buying a new one. I'm not going to break into the million. Where's that how she wanted. Honey we got the money now. What kind of car do you say you want. Let's go pick out the color. Is that what it takes to make you happy. Jesus is greater because he can give you that satisfaction without the million dollars. He is greyer. He doesn't need anything to make you feel satisfied and fulfilled. Jesus alone is enough praise. God because only jesus can give you joy unspeakable and full of glory now. King solomon was incredibly wealthy. I'm going to wrap this up in a moment but bear with me. Just let me go a little longer. All right thank you. King solomon was incredibly wealthy to the point that king taught bill gates. jeff bezos. now. I found out in the thirty service that elon. Musk might even be richer than jeff bezos. Now let's throw elon. Musk naming here. King tut bill gates. Jeff bezos and elon. Musk are gonna have to step aside to let. King solomon step forward as the richest person ever lived. King solomon makes jeff bezos bezos and. Ilan must together look like poppers. You say men king solomon had literally tons of gold along with ivory spices. All of the stuff was poured into his coffers. He had everything this world had to offer. Let me tell you something about jesus. Jesus wealth is greater because my bible tells me that he owns the cattle on a thousand hills to not only does he own the cattle on those thousand hills but heels the gold in those hills. The diamonds that are in those hills heals everything in the in the dirt and fact to forget the thousand hills. The earth is the lord's and the fullness thereof step aside. He line here comes. Jesus praise god so as far as the possessions of this world are concerned there has never been one greater than solomon but as far as fame and fortune is concerned there has never been one greater than solomon as far as being held in the highest esteem is concerned there has never been one great greater that solomon but jesus is greater than solomon and lastly jesus is greater in worship reader and worship solomon was their to lead the people in worship. That's why he built the temple. God was the focus of solomon's and rightly so solomon's sat on an earthly thrown and he ruled an earthly kingdom. That was really just one of many kingdoms. Israel didn't rule the world in that day. It was maybe the greatest kingdom but it was just one of many kingdoms putting revelations chapter four verse to the bible tells me immediately. I was in the spirit. And behold there was a throne set in heaven and it was not solomon's throne. There was one that sat on that thrown. His name is jesus and everyone around cried out. You are worthy. Oh lord to receive glory and honor and power for you created all things and by your will they exist and were created. You see solomon's sat on a throne. But he only led a kingdom that was only one of many kingdoms that were in the world at the time but when jesus sits on his throne he rules the whole world and solomon sat on his throne over a kingdom and he led the people to worship god but the bible says that jesus is the object of our worship. He's.

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"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

04:31 min | 7 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"The capital. Jesus came from the least solomon had many many servants to wait on him hand and foot. Jesus had no one to wait on him. Instead he was serving others. This is the man who jesus set himself a greater than solomon his here and they're trying to reconcile the stuff in the rain and that's the problem we have folks. We're trying to tell people how great jesus and they come in. They sit among us and they see all. That's going on. I think how can this guy be so great when you look at these people. What gets your eyes off of me and take a look at him not to robert g. Lee said solomon had many service to wait upon him in a foot. Jesus had none. Instead he was serving people he says solomon war kingly robes jesus war peasant's garb tilmant drank from vessels of gold. Jesus had to get a samaritan harlot to give them a drink. Solomon was rich beyond compare. Jesus had nothing in this world. Solomon had great armies jesus had a few straggling fishermen following them around town solomon lived in mansions. Jesus was homeless said. At one point the son of man is no place to lay his head solomon had thousands of horses and chariots in erode in splendor. Jesus had to walk everywhere he went. And you're telling me you're greater than solomon this sure. Don't look at and i'm here to tell you today. That until you get on the inner circle until you know him like i know him you will think very much of him but if you will accept him into your life into your heart into your world and begin to follow after him you will see what the common people don't say you will see the king of glory. You'll say go ahead and club. That's okay listen listen listen. Don't ever worry about interrupting me because you wanna clap and shell. I will shut up and finish this next week if i have to. You talk about wise. Men solomon wrote the book of proverbs. You do well to spend. We would do well to take our grammar school kids and give them nine years of studying the book of proverbs and they'd be better citizens than what we're teaching them. Just from the book of proverbs. He wrote those proverbs. He knew three thousand different proverbs and he had memorized fifteen hundred songs songs. Around your vocabulary. Jayme two maybe three. Dan was here at eight thirty. She was playing. I gave her five or six fifteen hundred songs. He knew in his head so smart he was dahlem knew all about the created universe. He taught on animal animal life. He thought about how things work in the world. Jesus made the world that he knew only knew about. Did you hear me. I said jesus made the world that solomon only knew about a greater solemness here solomon knew about the cycles of the wind jesus knew how to rebuke the women. Tell it to stop. Solomon knew all about navigation. He sent ships out all over the earth to bring back riches but jesus didn't even need a ship because he could walk on water.

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"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

08:13 min | 7 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"Praise the lord. I'm going to read today from matthew chapter twelve. I'm reading just one versus scripture here. It is verse forty two matthew chapter twelve verse forty two. It says here. The queen of the south will rise up in the judgment with the jet with this generation. Condemn it for. She came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of solomon and indeed a greater than solomon is here. I'm of you feel somebody in this place today. That's greater than solomon. His name is jesus boy. Did we sing. Beautiful worship courses about him today. Praise the lord. And so. I've entitled this message simply greater than solomon with a question mark then. Solomon you'll great. Solomon was i'm gonna tell you how great solomon was. It was two weeks ago. Now that i preached a message on the power of influence and i ended that message. That was when my grandson ritz was being dedicated. We're talking about the influence that all of the people that we're going to be in his life would have and i talked about how influences there are both good and bad influences in our life that we experience and that really. I guess the sum total of my message was that we really are the end result of the sum. Total of the influences that we have allowed to affect our mindset and our actions. We are the result of those things that influenced us. And i made the point that you know people go around saying i'm i'm my own man. I do what i want. I on the head of my house and the truth of the matter is you are not your own man nor your own woman. The truth of the matter is and i made this point. I'm gonna reprieve that message. But i made the point that you are really just the sum total of everybody else's influences that have affected. You and i approve this by simply saying if you were raised on a desert island and just stepped off that island today. You would not be the person you are right now. Why because you didn't have all those influences so you're not your own person. You're just the sum. Total of major influences in your life. And i ended that sermon by saying what hope do we have and who should. We allow to influence us. And what should we do in. The answer was enter jesus and enter. Jesus who said. I am the way i am the truth and i am the life which means anything that says any other way than his way is wrong any other truth that contradicts his truth is not truth because jesus is the way the truth and the life. Praise god today. I just want to spend a few moments talking about how great jesus really is. And why his influence in our lives should be all that we seek after it'd be what our main focus is on being affected by jesus now the queen of the south that we read about in our scripture. Today some of you might know hers the queen of sheba. You've probably heard the term the queen queen of sheba. I don't know if it's still a statement that that people throw out to each other but when in my day someone thought they were really all that and and and a bag of chips. We'd say to them. Well what what do you think of the queen of sheba. Anybody ever hear that before. You think that's where it comes from the queen of sheba. She was the queen of the south that jesus talked about the queen of sheba the region. You say that about some what do you think the queen of sheba is because the queen of sheba was extremely rich and she was extremely powerful. She possessed amazing wealth and amazing power and she was all that and a bag of chips. Can you see him in. But when the queen of sheba heard some rumors about the greatness of solomon she said. I gotta check this out. I can't imagine there's anybody that great and so she went looking to see what she thought for herself about salmon. I encourage you to find out for yourself what you think about. Jesus don't take my word for. Let me show you to him and you make your own judgment. Because he's the greatest thing you're ever going to bump into there ain't nothing greater than jesus however let's get back to the store here bible says when the queen of sheba this is found in i kings chapter ten with the queen of sheba had seen all of the wisdom of solomon. She couldn't believe it so she went to see for herself. She couldn't believe it what she saw. All the wisdom of solomon which she saw the house that he had built the food on his table the seating of his officials the attendance of his servants their clothing his cup bearers and his burnt offerings. What you offered in the house of the lord there was no more spirit left in her. He was like whoa. This is beyond my wildest imagination. So there was no more spirit left in her and she said to the king. The report i heard was true which i heard in my own land of your affairs in your wisdom. She said but i did not believe those reports until i came and with my own eyes had seen it and behold that half was not told me and i'm here to tell you today that no matter how hard i try or no matter how hard anybody else tries to tell you how great jesus is we cannot tell the half of it. You got experience it for yourself. Praise got there is no sufficient way to truly describe the greatness of god. And that's why when philip what to went into thinly said hey come on. I have found the messiah this canadian. He's a good amy. Good come out of galle. He tried to convince them. This was the guy the messiah and finally he couldn't do it with words. So how many of you know what he said he said. Come and see. Come and say come. We may just see for yourself. This guy is the real deal. I'm encouraging you come and see that jesus is the real deal. I can't explain them to you. And in fact the famous words of of that great preacher s m lockridge that preached that sermon. That's my king. I played portions of that on our screen. Awhile back he he finally said i would after after going through all of these phenomenal descriptions he said. I wish i could describe him to you. but he's indescribable. this jesus i serve is indescribable. You got experience for yourself. Dr robert g. lee. I did not say robert. E i said robert g. lease a three theologian. He said this. He said the pharisees wondered about jesus bold statement that a greater than solomon is here. He said jesus was just a carpenter son. This is what he said. And i quote he says solomon was born in a palace. Jesus was born in a stable. They're trying to reconcile. Jesus saying a greater than solomon is here and they're putting the more pal you're more stable solomon was born in jerusalem. We know that jesus was born in bethlehem bethlehem. The bible tells us is the least among the cities in israel. Mollis almost insignificant solomon came from.

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"j solomon" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Though n. welcome. We are the ladies of strange. I'm ashley i'm tiffany and i'm rebecca. Thank you for joining us each week as we discuss. The history mystery in theory of all things. Questionable awed an eerie high france would. Hi ed niche us all. What are we learning about today. Actually toppy possibly. What do you mean. possibly you'll understand. Someone suggested this topic to me. But i don't remember who tried to go back and search but now that we have like social media and discord and private messages and a topic suggestion. I could not so if it was you. Thank you and i hope you enjoy. We are on our game. I tried i looked for like forty five minutes today through like private messages and social media messages. And did you with a word features. Okay i believe you keep going born in nineteen. Oh eight robert clarence dunbar. As he was better. Bobby was the first born child of lessee. And percy dunbar in palooza louisiana. Oh belousova i think i said that right sure. I'm never from that part of the louisiana with two young sons. The dunbar family was a growing family of four like most parents. They cherish their children and wanted the world for them. This the jazz guy. No okay the jazz guy. Yeah there was a jazz murderer. No we'll cover it. One day. With the heat becoming unbearable they decided to head into the by you and cool off to enjoy some family time to louisiana in april heading into a by you to cool off is not what you do heading into a bayou where you go when you want to get. Hot and sticky and let. Apparently that's what they were in hot sticky sweet lou on august. Twenty third one. Thousand nine hundred. Percy unless he dunbar loaded up their tucson's and left for a camping trip near sways lake. Bobby would be four. Yes that night for your old bobby. Dunbar wandered away from his family's tent and disappeared. No a search party soon tracked bobby to the lakeside and authorities conducted that. He had fallen into the water and possibly drowned. Wait i have issues. I understand i gave you a heads up. Don't like it the local police and eventually the state police began a statewide manhunt for the boy. They caught and dissected alligators and threw dynamite into the lake hoping it with ejects the body from the water flock. Okay so i understand that thought process because alligators. If i remember correctly they don't just take an eat food. They take the food stash it somewhere allowed to decompose before they start munching on it. So the dynamite would dislodge anything. That's been stored. Yes if they did not eat him krakow. You are smart well. They also didn't have search and rescue teams back in nineteen twelve twelve. I mean the fire department was a dude with the bucket. And they probably were like idiots this gala gator water. We're not going in there. Delegators alligators none of their efforts turned up a body. But don't like this already. I've prefer when you started it. And i thought bobby was going to end up a murderer. I'm sorry probably a day. Or so later. Bobby's hat was discovered. Some distance away from the lake and people began to wonder if you might have been kidnapped win. An intensive search failed to recover. Bobby's body percy dunbar. And opelousas officials concluded that he had been kidnapped and offered a six thousand dollar reward. Which would be about one hundred and sixty thousand dollars today. Not bad for information about the missing boy. They had postcards of bobby and his physical description printed up and distributed far and white quote large round blue eyes hair light but turning dark complexion very fair rosy cheeks well-developed stout but not very fat big toe in left-foot badly scarred from when burned by from burn when a baby is what the postcard read that is very descriptive. The william burns detective agency and a psychic. Join the hunt. Newspapers picked up the story spreading word across the country. Eight months later on april thirteenth. Nineteen thirteen police arrested. William cantwell waters. Traveling handyman near columbia. Mississippi in connection with the disappearance walter was a peddler who would accompany who is accompanied by a young boy the same age in general appearance as bobby dunbar. Walter claimed. The boy was bruce anderson the illegitimate son of his brother. Juliet his brother and julia anderson. Who is a single woman. Who cared for walters parents in north carolina. According to walters anderson had allowed bruce to travel with him while she looked for work or while his mother looked for work. What is total click. I feel like i've heard this before now. I really hoping. This is bobby. Because i don't like the idea of a missing child but No the to- very distinguishable ate eaten by an alligator. That'd probably not as distinguishable anderson later. Confirmed that she had given permission for her son to accompany walters but it was just for a couple of days while she didn't finish her notes while she did being ball. She did. her thing that she needed to do was mom sometimes. Need to do to rebecca. They're still bourbon downstairs. Make a whisky. Sour comeback will wait. I just lived off that little section. There are times where. I'm like mom dad. You want to out with her for an entire weekend. her go for it. Strangely anderson never reported her son. Missing even though walters claimed that bruce had written with him for over a year. Jesus i'll do a weekend but that's about the Yeah the whole story was suspicious. So percy unless he. Dunbar travel by train to mississippi to see if they could identify the boy as their missing son. Bobby lessee examined the child while he was asleep. But what happened. Next is disputed one account claims the boy woke and cried out mother and reached out for less and less. He fainted another source state. So the boy woke up as less he stood over him a began to cry. Lessee gasped step back and said quote. I don't know. I'm not quite sure louis. I i would imagine after eight months. You would know if it's your kid. Well yes but also the to- grief is powerful. Yes that true that true that is true. Didn't we discuss doing learn grammar for learn something new this month. You should work on that. I did not. I never made that. How projecting much. I'm just gonna throw little shade that way. Toss toss okay. I like it cooler than the shade. Newspapers also disagreed as to whether the boy recognised any of the dunbar family members percy was said to have stated that the boys is were smaller than bobby's lessee finally recognize some familiar moles and scars and declared that. The boy was indeed her son. Bobby got if it weren't that other mom well. She left her kid for a year. Never mind keep going. I very extreme feelings. I noticed in making the identification that dunbar's had to had to overlook some details. The scar on bobby's foot for example was not clearly visible on this child but months had passed since they had last seen him and they rationalize that the scar may have faded in no as guard that he's had since he was a baby. Faded away eight months. you know. I've got scar on my arm. That i got from one of ashley's cats when we first became friends scars from when i was three. Oh i've got scars from when i was two from standing in bed. You told me in the not the moose reason episode but you told me in a recent episode that you don't have distinct memories from before you were five years old no. My mom told me that the scars on my feet are from santana firing pedants. Yeah no. I don't have any memories from before it was five as before. The aliens planted her. That i do either. Who meals got memories. Because you're smart..

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"j solomon" Discussed on This Land

This Land

07:42 min | 9 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on This Land

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And you'll get fifteen dollars off your dermatology visit. That's a p. o. s. t. r. o. p. h. e. dot com slash land and use that code land to get your dermatology visit and save fifteen dollars and we think apostrophe for sponsoring the podcast that petition. The qian's filed to adopt antonio was denied in antonio was scheduled to be moved. Here is jennifer's blog again. read by an actor. We wanted to appeal. We felt we should have one not to mention. We felt this would do real emotional harm to him but the cost of the appeal was extraordinarily high. It looked like they could lose antonio but then something happened. Something big through god moving some very big mountains. We came to find a firm who appealed for us pro bono. That pro bono law firm was gipson done. You may have heard of gibson dunn but you've probably heard of their clients like chevron shell walmart amazon gibson dunne has a bit of a reputation. Here's how one of their recent opponents put it gives. An done has built an entire wing of the reputation is dirty work that they do for chevron and offering it to others if you're a big corporation you don't hire gibson dunne to settle your lawsuit. You hired gibson dunne to go scorched earth and they brought that scorched earth approach to a custody battle over a two year old around the same time. The bracken's were fighting to adopt tonio in state court gibson dunne. Help them file another lawsuit in federal court. Here's their lawyer. Thank you chief. Judge owen and may it please court matthew mcgill for the individual plaintiffs. Mike alliance opened their hearts and their homes to a child in need and embrace. That child is a part of their family. They are here. Because the indian child welfare act placement preferences turn their lives and their families upside down solely because the child they took in is an indian child and they are not and cannot be because of their race indian families. It's a little tricky because there were two cases happening at the same time in state court. The break-ins were fighting for custody but in federal court they were fighting to strike. Equa down to get rid of the law entirely that lawsuit. Not the custody. Dispute is keen v holland. It's still under appeal. Waiting on the steps of the supreme court antonio's custody case raises a lot of hard questions and that solomon's parable who should raise. This child is what every reporter focused on. But the thing i wanted to know was what the hell is gibson. Dunne doing here. Why is a big corporate law firm involved in a custody dispute. How did the bracken's find them. According to jennifer's blog whence gibson dunne was on the case. Things started to go their way at this point. Potential adoptive couple removed their names from consideration. And who could blame them. 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"j solomon" Discussed on This Land

This Land

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on This Land

"Are are connecting to the land to this this place that was placed here or us.

"j solomon" Discussed on This Land

This Land

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"j solomon" Discussed on This Land

"This episode is supported by the fx original series reservation dogs from sterling harjo and tyco it. This first of its kind indigenous creative team tells a story that invites audiences into a surprisingly familiar and funny world reservation dogs all episodes now streaming exclusively fx on who just to know before we get started. The stories were sharing the season touch on different kinds of trauma. Please take care of yourself while you listen on a warm day in may twenty sixteen. I gassed up my pickup truck and hit the highway. I was driving north towards a military base in carlisle. Pennsylvania on the base was an important historical site or at least what was left of it. The carlisle indian industrial school carlisle opened in eighteen. Seventy nine on a cold night that fall. A hundred and forty seven meters. Children got off a train. The youngest ones for sex they were met by military staff who cut their hair change their clothes. Change their names to luther. Joseph or mary and lead them to the military barracks that were now home. Carlisle was a dangerous place to be a child. Physical and sexual abuse was widespread and well-documented the military gave the school such little money. Children didn't always have medical care or food. During the summers they were rented out as domestic servants or for farm. Labor carlisle is still an active military base on that warm day in may pulled up to the security checkpoint and could see the group. I was meeting standing in a circle. The guard looked up my driver's license with the mirror on a little stick. He checked under my car and then waved me through. I walked up to the circle. We stood in a small section of grass between the commissary parking lot and the road from faraway. It looked like the edge of a strip mall like an afterthought but up close you could see the behind a black wrought. Iron fence lies. What's left of the carlisle indian industrial school..

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"j solomon" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"I've written a book about the fact that i screwed around with my mind that a bunch of chemicals and that wasn't the most sensitive thing you could possibly said. I realize you're having a rough time. I'm not gonna make a big deal out of it but you know you run into a lot and i often have people say to me so you seem like you're doing really well are you going. Are you off your medications. And i say no it would be nice to be off. I've tried going off them and the results were not happy. So i'm just sticking with them for the time being one of the things that you and. I talked about briefly andrew. Was you having contact with the parents of the columbine shooters and the parent of adam lanza. Who was the shooter and sandy hook was it. I think a lot of people myself included when we see somebody shoot up a school. Our i thought is their parents are absence probably abusive and probably the cause and come to find out once again. I'm completely wrong and have stereotypes in my head about what's what's really can you talk about that. Yes i think that criminality like many of the of like mental illness like homosexuality like other things can occur in any family Again i think it involves proclivity and triggering circumstances so children who are abused experience. More of those triggering events are probably more likely to commit crimes. it might be bullying at school rather than on a smaller scale. But the people commit these extraordinary crimes. The capture headlines are people who are disordered some profound way and who often come from families in which either it was recognized. They had a problem in every attempt was made to help them or in which they covered up who. They were so effectively in so well that the parents were shocked. And i remember going to talk to. Tom and sue klebold. The parents have de-link lebeau. Who was one of the perpetrators as you said at the columbine massacre which was in its time the worst school shooting in the world's history and remains the template for many that have taken place since and i. It's been years convincing them to talk to me. And when i finally went to see them they were so full of their story that they couldn't stop telling it and i recorded twenty hours of interviews. The first weekend we spent together and on sunday night we were all exhausted. We were sitting in the kitchen and sue as making dinner. And i said if dylan were here now. I said it's an interesting. You'd want to ask him and his father said either short. It has run. Ask him what the hell he thought he was doing. And his mother looked down and she thought for a minute and then she said i would ask him to forgive me for being his mother and never knowing what was going on inside his head and i felt like the response was a loving and maternal response and i really liked the clean bowled. I happen to be quite fond of my own parents But i would have been perfectly happy to have. Thomas ucl bolas my parents and they did you know. Nobody does everything right with their child but they did almost everything right as right as they could. And this is still what happened and we used to say that it was bad. Parenting autism was caused by refrigerator. Mothers and schizophrenia by parents who nourish unconscious wish that their children not exist and gayness by overbearing mothers and Withdrawn fathers on and where we've stopped blaming parents for autism entrance gets a freemium and for gains and for many other things. But we still blame the families when someone commits atrocious crimes and while there are some people who commit crimes who are unloved. There are many people. Commit those crimes who are deeply loved. Did they. Experience social shouting. After the event they experienced enormous social shunning and social shunning. And i remember saying will. Why didn't you just move. And they said if we had moved somewhere else we would have moved in as the parents of that killer or we could have fragile under assumed names but someone would have found out that number of work here. At least we had friendships. That had history to them and that went back to before this had happened. We even knew people who had really liked dylan when he seemed like a different person than who turned out to be. And we didn't wanna leave all that behind. Adam lanza a situation seems to be a bit different than dylan. Klebold was because adam seems to have been really really acutely ill in ways that were a lot more overt Correct me if i'm wrong but could you could you touch on that situation. And his mother. Well adam lanza was a deeply disturbed. Young men. And everyone knew it dylan. Klebold kept up a pretty good facade of being a pretty all around normal. Kind guy you know. I saw home videos. That in dayton of dylan three weeks before columbine happened and i thought seems like a normal guy to me. I wouldn't even worry. Outlines was wildly peculiar and couldn't deal with other people and in the basement and reduced interact with the people around him and all parenting requires a constant negotiation between the long term and the immediate term. So on the one hand thing. I don't want to have an argument with my child tonight because that's not fun to have an ordinance your child on any given night and on the other hand do things. If my child never eat any vegetables he's not going to turn out very well and so there is a process of going back and forth between the The experience of of being a parent and the experience of being a.

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"j solomon" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Going to hear were sponsored by the national alliance on mental illness of west los angeles if you guys have never checked out nam. It's a really good resource especially for the loved ones that people dealing with mental illness or other issues I think they're national. Website is an a. m. i. dot org. Excuse me that's no way to start the podcast. I like to think like to kick things off flamy. That's usually oh. I'm going to be honest. Right upfront I know feel like say my name. The name of the podcast. Any kind of prefaces about what. It is or what it isn't. I am depressed. I am in a a dark hole. That i know i'm going to get out of but i'm in that place. Those either suffer from depression. Know what i'm talking about. Your brain just feels like it like it hasn't been oiled and it's hard to make decisions. It's hard to feel positive about anything. It's hard to put sentences together. It's hard to describe how you feel. I just been climbing back in in and out of bed. And i don't know if it's food related gut related. I'm having some digest shift issues. you know. There are facts on the ground that are depressing. With what is going on in everybody's life right now but i think also some stuff i'm dealing with in my life and i don't want to be a broken record about that and i certainly don't want to. I don't wanna bring anybody down. I don't wanna make this all about me. But i also don't want to minimize what i'm going through because i got a practice what i preach and i preach all the time on this podcast about opening up to other people letting them know where you're at and if you're if you're hurting if you're struggling say so you know and so i i called a somebody in my support group and i told him i said man. I'm i'm in a dark place right now. And i told him some of this stuff that was coming out of my pen When i journaled about an hour before that and a lot of it was just existential questions is if there is a god is are you is. Is this your plan for me to suffer you. Know how much of this will. I be able to bear Am i god. I hate to get dr. But em am i gonna at some point down the road if things never get better and i know this is the depression talking about. Am i gonna take my life. It's such a hard thing to say out loud. But i've been thinking about it a lot not that i wanted to do it. But is that there as as an alternative because when when we are in the grips of something that controls our thinking it. We want an exit door. We want to know that. There's a door if the on fire. If there's a door that we can get out of and i think it's important talk honestly about this because otherwise stuff it inside and i feel shame about it and i put on a face. I lie and i say no. You know i'm doing great or you know. Don't share this with everybody. There's certain people that go. Yeah you know. I'm hanging in there. And i am i am hanging in there But i'm also having trouble falling asleep having trouble waking up Than having trouble staying awake once. I get up. It's like it's like my body decides you know. What is it that you want from sleep right now. You want sleep. Well we're going to take that away you know. Oh you don't want sleep. Well we're gonna make you sleepy sometimes. It just feels like the. The universe is is testing u. and and it was helpful to journal to get those thoughts out on paper because otherwise the positive person in that have worked really hard to culture Just kind of takes over and says everything's gonna be fine. I trust in a benevolent force in the universe is people who love me. I've gotten through all of these things so far in my life. Why would i. Why would i not continue to survive difficulties. And i know that's the truth but it doesn't feel like the truth and that's what's such a motherfucker about mental illness is. There's a disconnect between the intellectual and the emotional and the intellectual tells you it's going to be okay. This is temporary but the emotional tells you know it's not it's forever and day by day it's getting worse and you are becoming a burden and everyone you love will slowly pull away and then you're going to end it. All that out comes at me can throw in addiction and health issues etc. So that's where i'm at. How are you. i'm glad i said that though there's part of me that's really self conscious because i don't want people to worry about me also called my girlfriend and is very comforting to talk to her because she i feel seen and heard and supported by her and i am surrounded by people who love me and care about me and i'm very grateful to have that and i've worked hard to surround myself with people who loved me. You know. a lot of the work was finding out what's healthy love. And what isn't what's codependent. What's eating toxic behavior anyway. I'm going down a bit of a rabbit hole. But i i don't know how how How many surveys. I'm gonna get to as i was kind of looking at these to put him in order to read them. I was like. I don't know if i can get through two of these fucking things because i am just I feel like tumbleweed with legs. There you have it. We are sponsored today as always by better help dot com online therapy and thank god. I'm talking to my therapist. donna tomorrow. Show helps me feel seen and heard and kind of work through the the stuff that i'm going through.

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"j solomon" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"j solomon" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"Receive this in jesus name amen the name of the father and of the son and of always spirit amen oh gosh here we go you guys so king solomon and we started off by talking about king solomon here he is in i kings chapter eleven he started out well and he did not end well he started out wise and he ended foolishly he started out even as a relatively good and he did not end as a good person is not end as a good man he did not end as a good king and we're gonna see as what we've been talking about you know a bunch In the course of this bible in a year it's that you know. Sometimes we we make decisions. We make choices and other people have to experience the consequences of those choices. Because someone's being punished for someone else's being punished arbitrarily right for my own decisions but we realized that our decisions have consequences and those consequences. Don't always end with us. They don't always just end with our own lives. But we pass those on the way in which you know we can. Parents can raise their kids. Those bad decisions can pass on the consequences of those decisions in their kids. Lives how i serve the campus here and how we serve the people in our in our diocese. If i choose the wrong thing has consequences in their lives and if i choose the right thing it has consequences in their lives here we have king david wright who is an absent father did not pass on that holiness or that his relationship with the lord to solomon in here solomon who even though he was blessed so much by god not only with wisdom but also i mean the lord spoke to him and reminded him of the need that he had to be faithful and he refused now. It's this is one of the things we want to make a note up before we move onto the last chapters weeklies asked us and that is a lot of us have knowledge..

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"j solomon" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"j solomon" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"You can also subscribe to this podcast by clicking on subscribe and then you'll be subscribed as i said chapter eleven of i kings. This is where we finally hear what we know was coming. We saw hints of at solomon's cracks was hints of solomon losing his way and this is finally the time when we see it. We see it happen and it is horrible. It's devastating but is also is The truth and so pay attention to solomon in. I kings eleven. As well as listened to the wisdom of solomon or of the author of ecclesiastes ten eleven twelve and we then also get to pray with david in psalm nine. The first book of chapter eleven solomon's errors now. King solomon loved many foreign women the daughter of pharaoh and moa mobike amanite eater might sedonia and hittite women from the nation's concerning which the lord had said to the sons of israel. You shall not enter into marriage with them. Neither shall they with you for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods solomon clung to these in love. He had seven hundred wives princes. And three hundred concubines. And his wives turned away his heart for when solomon was old his wives turned away his heart after other gods and his heart was not wholly true to the lord his god as was the heart of david his father for solomon went after after the goddess of the sedonia civilians and after milcome the abomination of the ammonites so solomon did what was evil in the sight of the lord and did not wholly follow the lord as david. His father had done then. Solomon built a high place for chumash. The abomination of lab and from molik the abomination of the ammonites on the mountain east of jerusalem. And so he did for all his foreign wives who burned incense and sacrificed to their gods and the lord was angry with solomon because his heart had turned away from the lord the god of israel who had appeared to him twice and had commanded him concerning this thing that he should not go after other gods but he did not keep what the lord commanded therefore the lord set to. solomon since. this has been your mind and you have not kept my covenant and my statutes which i have commanded you. I will surely tear the kingdom from you and we'll give it to your servant yet for the sake of david your father. I will not do it in your days. But i will tear it out of the hand of your son however i will not tear away all the kingdom but i will give one tribe to your son for the sake of david my servant and for the sake of jerusalem which i have chosen adversaries of solomon and the lord raised up an adversary against solomon haddad. The might he was of the royal house in eat them for when david was in adam and joab the commander of the.

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"j solomon" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

"Is estimated between one point once the one point. Six billion dollars for this for this is wonderful temple. That saw the bill. Now you have to understand that the chronicle writer was not trying to actually talk about building rebuilding solemness in both he was talking about the rebuilding of both. What the voice in the wilderness. At easy kiel's temple solomon becomes sort of the chosen one to build. It says what we learned in verses one through tents of burst chronicles twenty eight. That solomon is that chosen wanted. He uses that were five or six times to indicate it he was the elect. And so david in this case in versus leban- through twenty eight instead of a just a a sort of a vessel need becomes a messianic figure. Bill this as solomon is going to be the one to build it. It's amazing thing. How the structured does that. Now there are two or the items that i think we need to look. Yeah what is the lap stand and the other is the show breads and if you understand the lamp stand in the show bread and there's one called the called the fragrance that was put upon the show bread. We have to understand how that works because they are really one story they may be two or three separate is that they truly are one story. And in order to understand that we have to build to levin icus the twenty four chapter versus one through nine. And i want to read that to you because to me. It's one of the most important things that we could We can actually reese. So i'm going to read it to you. Know this is the ese berge since and whatever version you have just follow law. And i'll i'll swing space so versus wiped or is the ledge stands and versus. Five through nine is back this show gresh but understand. They come together as one story a united story. So let me read this. More spoke to moses say command the people of israel to bring you pure oral from all for the lamps that a light be kept bernie regularly smell that were regularly your translations it probably says consistently that word is used four times in our passage of scripture and the hebrew word is a mid table and that becomes important. Because he's going to tie to this eternal covenant so outside the veil of the testimony indicate of meeting verse three aaron show a range it from evening to morning that were evening to morning or that race goes back to genesis. One war were talks about the day. One be evening and morning being the first day second date or day and so visit trump's in court because this evening and morning is going to have me it is a creation of out and other words. Every item in in the temple has something to do with the it is a symbol of something in e so let me read out now. This is again. This is and burst three before the lord regularly. There's hebrew word untameable. It should be a statue bar ever accommodate a statute grabbers. This thing throughout your generations.

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"j solomon" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"j solomon" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"Thanks for doing this guys for the last couple of weeks I have been thinking about what role I. wanted the show to play in terms of the dialogue that's happening. With this and I thought it was better than me. Sort of giving voice to it myself that it be a much better to have a dialogue with people is one of the things. I was realizing over the last two weeks outside of my own house. Old I really haven't discussed this stuff in. You know my wife and I have talked about how `bout it, but I really hadn't. Beyond that really. Considered? What kind of conversations I? I would want to have with people outside of my own home. My own faith and I think it is important dialogue to have especially. Amongst photographers photography are actually documenting. What's happening right now, but it will also lived the experience of being. Covering this. Just, just briefly I I experienced the LA riots back in I think it was ninety to ninety one. And one of the things and I grew up in that neighborhood I grow near arts in Normandy probably about two miles. My family's home is is there. And one of the things that I remember very vividly. Besides all the cast that was happening is the presence of a lot of photographers in those communities. Not just the photo journalist, but a lot of people who were just photographing independently. One of the things that really bothered me about that. Is that a lot of those people had never come to the community photographic before. That, many of them would not come back afterwards. And then later on when I would look at portfolios. <hes> like six months to a year later I would see images. That were made during the riot. But they were without any sort of context or any sort of greater egg relation of what had happened what led to those events happening? Changing and that's spurred me to work on a project. That I've been working on now for thirty years on downtown Los Angeles largely because I felt like at the time. This is years before it became what it is now in terms of gentrification, but it was a part of Los Angeles I had grown up in and I felt that had been dismissed to a great degree and I just wanted to. Use My camera to sort of illustrate. What I felt was beautiful, interesting about a part of Los Angeles that was fiving and important to a minority community here in Los Angeles now it's become gentrified in now. It's completely at very very different thing, but as I see the events of the last couple of weeks, I have thought very much the same thing. You're saying all these people going out and making photographs. And I just felt like you know us as photographers regardless of race. We have to think about. Not just the kinds of pictures that we make, but those pictures are intended for. And the impact it can have especially if those of us who are out there. Making photographs are not working journalists and I just wanted to have a dialogue with both of you. Because you guys are both working photographers on the east, coast. Photographing these events and Photographing. Events. Not only American society with Black Cultural Society before going to continue doing this. And I just to hear I your own personal. How you are both Alliott. Both are personally experiencing these events. And then we can get into much greater conversation in terms of the role of photography now and going forward, cherise, I think you can take since you've actually been out in a failed. Covering summit is now well I have to say first and foremost as a black woman have a personal stake in experience with what's going on. I have my personal stories of you know experiencing racism. I can remember as far back as I was in third grade. The was third grade when I I was called a nigger. From there I became more aware of that in. It has carried through to the woman. I am today. <hes> I've had experiences of being stopped. While driving my car in questioned, whose car is this where you going? Where do you live, you know? At broke. No Laws I've had experiences of male male family members and friends who have had violent interactions so <hes> having that personal story it gives me a perspective when I go in and I'm actually covering the current the current things that are going on now with the protest in the demonstrations that are happening all over. ME. What I will say is this time it feels different of cupboard, protests and things before, but this time it feels like the youth are really what what I've seen. What I've noticed is the youth are more engaged in their on fire in their serious <hes>. You can see that there are so many young people out there. In their organized they have an agenda. They have action items. And they're calling for certain things to be done or they will continue. With the protests with the work that feels very different, because it's a stronger a stronger voice now the other thing I'm seeing that's different out there are. There are more white people out there this time. Whereas before it was mostly black, people who were calling you know saying. Stop doing this to me. And calling for change now you have white youth who were out there as well as I saw other people, too, but like I said it's been mostly like a younger movement in terms of who are really out there in the numbers with them. Having what experience yesterday was. They have printed out their agenda and these action items in. They've given it to their legislative representatives. They're calling them. They're following up, so that's been probably like the biggest thing I've seen. Is that the youth are more engaged which. May Have Time In. They're not giving up in there, not scared <hes>. That's the other thing you know. They're not scared to voice the problems that they see. They're not. To demand for these changes. This time around of being closer to home and I've been watching. Some of my friends out. There believe covering this protest top to bottom in light was such a high level of qualities amazing. Is One of those things where. Fast, forward, twenty thirty forty years and twenty twenty is in the history books. Would be proud to say that I know a lot of top officials. Who when documenting this time in history? So I've been close to home, you know I have a five year old son, and for me. The question of should I be out there? Covering this or should I be here covering my son? and. That's been a big question mark throughout the last week and a half when. The protests began and last night was the first night that. You know told my wife I'm going to go out there. It will fuel events happening in picked when I was close to home in. Backed up mcgeer? Wait now and by the time I got is the crowd had already dispersed. I was online trying to figure out if there was something else happening now close enough that I can get to. And the social media feeds had updated at that time so I, just said all right. Let me just go home. When I got home I started. Seeing all feeds, update and I just. decided to stay home, but you know my wife was. Worried rightfully so I would have been choosing to go out after the curfew. Dowse set in New York, which means that. Just, walk into my car I. could have just been arrested. Just welcome to the car or driving Cardin I'm seeing footage of police officers. Yanking people out of the car the <unk> after curfew, so those are the things that you ought. To Take into consideration and you know I. didn't grow was father's radio home so the last thing I wanna do is put myself in this situation where I'm not at home for my son so. I do know that they are the ways that we can be protesting that we can't be revolutionizing. You know it's not just a one-size-fits-all type of situation you know on. We can revolutionize by reading informing ourselves equipment ourselves with enough knowledge and information today. The was not pulled over is anymore. Re can right you know <hes> contribute with words you know. I'm seeing a lot of photographers being jerked around with the licensing so so so bringing awareness to how can properly get business stuff to together Sodano? Getting jerked and we get the proper value for all photos does a lot of different ways that we can contribute to this protest without being in front

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"j solomon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"j solomon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The news dot com follow his new news agency follow this man a J. Solomon reports you are we we've had you on the show multiple times we've done a lot of interviews with you you've talked to us about why you became an investigative journalist your bill family background in law enforcement I I I shouldn't even asking this question I feel childish but I have to do it did you ever in all your years of doing what you do John Solomon think that we would ever find a document in which it seems like the I think it looks pretty clear that this is the director of counterintelligence at the FBI will somebody at that level say do we do what we do is the FBI to get a national security adviser fired up yeah I listen I grew up in the home of all Irish cops I had FBI agents bank at my house when I was growing up B. E. agents I love them I love law enforcement never in my wildest dreams what I imagine that we would have an F. B. I. sometime in my lifetime who thought his job was maybe to get a guy to live so they could do to get him to lose his job or new members in other words it's in those notes that really stand out you were playing games here he's worried about playing games this wasn't the normal way that the F. B. I. dealt with any subject and they were giving Michael Flynn a special treatment I II trying to get him to live so that maybe they could prosecute him or get him out of the way it's chilling to read those I I I think even on his worst day J. Edgar Hoover could never imagine the F. B. I. D. that being used that way in just a few minutes to go seven there are brand new documents that have come out that explain a little bit more about why the author of that memo bill Priestap the former assistant director for intelligence why he was so concerned these new nodes which text messages and emails show that the FBI had decided on January fourth twenty seventeen sixteen days before trump was to come in and plan was to be a vassal security adviser that Flynn had no quote derogatory information about about the Russians are you they found nothing wrong with them no doubt wrong because it's cold no no information that means he's a bad actor and guess what they recommend it to the field agent recommended that they close the case and give them a defensive briefing that's the way the right way a case like that sort of thing last minute meaning somebody who's in a sensitive position is given the information that Hey you might be targeted by foreign agents and this is what we know about your position which which never even happened to the candidate Donald Trump that's right no that's exactly right none of them got the time to be thing they just opened a criminal cases but here's the thing they they got filed a memo on January fourth sixteen days before trump is about to take office and all of a sudden Pete stroke at the last minute goes to the agency don't bother don't follow up stop the seventy four are you James Comey Andrew McCabe are you involved now and then they put a stop on closing out the file and then they predicted this idea now we're going to do an interview and try to learn into a life and a what you see in the text message is the author of these notes the guy identified as bill Priestap foreman now retired counterintelligence director of the FBI assistant director very senior he's in a battle between tell me an advocate over how this interview is going to be conducted he clearly has concerns and one of the text messages say after the other this conversation he wasn't happy about but it indicated you want to come to you then the cave got upset and then call me switch to McCabe's side and then they go and do the interview which of course led to the criminal charges against Flynn the fact that this evidence which was held for three years from general Flynn well this is how you'll you'll mind reading your mind reading now this is my next question so that that that is the issue of how this happened at school but you have somebody at his level the fourth guy in the FBI yes say that will make it what what what we playing a game here we try to get him fired attorney trapped him in a lie and it's not entrapment let's be clear here it's not entrapment entrapment occurs when a crime has been committed and you're trying to get the individual to incriminate themselves that's different no crime was committed that phone call was the crime the Russian ambassador that's part of his job is national security adviser designate that's not a crime my question to you John this is being uncovered now yeah well listen there there is somebody that we don't talk about enough about this matter and that's Chris right he's been in charge of this F. B. I. for about two and a half years in a row and working with more than two and a half years on his watch we continue to see the FBI Salem five it wasn't just the rush to fight the case itself right we now know twenty nine or twenty nine slices that were reviewed recently all the slot the same way that the Russia case was he the same guy that would be it responsible for producing these documents are under the which is department was under the Mike Flynn case under congressional subpoena number the recipient is a record request to Congress I think at this point this this oversight this failure to produce documents that were clearly relevant has to be staying on the Chris Wray FBI now it's no longer call me just behind the church only get this stuff like what happened on his watch but the production of this stuff should have occurred under Christopher right there are some very troubling questions that have surfaced with these new new documents you're absolutely right this is the new director of the FBI who is consistently trying to provide political top cover the abuses of power for crimes committed by Obama era holdovers and his predecessor James Comey saying there's there's no tint of anything political you just have to read the text and now the latest notes handwritten notes from within the FBI that Sidney Powell general Flynn's new council has managed off the three years to get out of the FBI and the DOJ we're talking to John Solomon follow him right now J. 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"j solomon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"j solomon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"We trust for investigative journalism J. Solomon reports the creator of the the fact who termed the commander in chief of the new just the news network I like to call it a friend who has his own news agency John talk to us about Friday if you want to hide something government officials you drop it on Friday and perhaps the best time to drop it is what Good Friday Good Friday before Easter week there were all locked in our homes and restore the virus locked down yes the the deep state has succeeded in trying to bury but we we that we were ready for all that so this is a very important development we've been asking for declassification for two years and this is the biggest declassification Terakhir yet we believe so there are some footnotes that were in the by Michael Horowitz report December the one that expose all the wrongdoing in the Russia case they're very important footnotes and they changed the context and meaning of the report a little bit so this is how may I G. that were originally laid back did so they were classified and now they have been declassified but they're only going to be dropped tomorrow on Good Friday before Easter weekend but you've got the story it just the news tell us why it why these footnotes a simple yeah they're very important so there was a there was a discussion on it often the reporter was sort of episodic it's hard to put together but I suggested in the report that maybe the FBI had reason to suspect that what Christopher Steele was getting inputting the dossier feeding to the FBI fittings in the news media was Russian disinformation well it turns out there was actual real evidence actually evidence in the intelligence files of the FBI suggesting that Christopher Steele's information was in some way being informed shaped by Russian intelligence possibly being passed through all the dark sinister seats of all the guards who were trying to dirty up Donald Trump like they were getting up every point in the election that is a profound revelations of the big footnote a series of footnotes this is what's going to be revealed yes the FBI did have classified information in its intelligence files that Russia was feeding this information that that he was being played by Russian intelligence to dirty up Donald Trump not why that important one another reason why they should not refuse the Abbas able to get a FISA warrant or to continue the investigation two they were telling Congress the opposite now we don't have any information that this with this information turned out that wasn't true but three and perhaps most profound of all remember what the Obama administration's final word was when they left there when they left office we believe Russia was trying to swing the election this to Donald Trump against Italy cut what they were trying to dirty up Donald Trump with misinformation it undercuts the one of the conclusions of the Obama administration made it has to be setting up the door so contrast John Solomon to find us footnotes that are as consequential in their content as the ones you just mentioned what I wanna all screwed from pure technical point of view sure who who who testified those footnotes can we ever find out well it's a very happy I equities is almost certainly the FBI asked for them to be classified and hidden and that is consistent with sort of the game we have seen time and time again even since Chris race taken over trump's own appointee the same game is being played crucial information that changes our understanding of the Russia investigation almost all of it exculpatory to the president who's being hidden from us and I don't want to give a big shout out to senator Ron Johnson staff it was his spouse even chairman of the house homeland security and governmental affairs they really were the ones who put the pressure discover these footnotes and really put the pressure on a video by the FBI and the justice department to release out of now Attorney General Barr acting D. and I'd regret not have agreed to release this information and we're all going to benefit from it we're going to see a little bit more just how bad this FBI investigation was run by the my understanding of how these things work and and just confirm or deny whether you know that's your understanding with the guts are this IG report so when when a a document of this nature is is written van you use the ferry boat well Brett beltway faith phrase equities those that have an equity in the issue get to see the draft report so it could be a DOJ report but F. B. I. A. O. A. T. F. gets the seat if it's relevant and then they could request that certain elements be classified in this case is that your assumption that the F. B. I. because they knew that this would get them in trouble they said to the final publishing authority we would like to have these things removed from the report that's what I that's what my reporting clearly indicates yes yep they asked for this footnote to remain redacted to remain classified and it what it did is it stripped from the public knowledge a better understanding of why Michael Horowitz was raising this question saying Hey maybe the FBI had a reason he didn't look at this information more clearly the possibility that Christopher Steele was just being played I wanted people to another moment but as there was another warning sign on this but it occurred during impeachment it just didn't get any attention but if you want to help one Adam Schiff star witness in the Russia expert on the NSE council yes she testified in her deposition and somehow I got on the plane to the stop talking about Ukrainian impeachment and Jim Jordan master that Christopher Steele stuff what do you think it she said I think he was played by Russian intelligence it was disinformation designed to dirty up president trump in case he became president so the Democrats own star witness in an accidental moment during these depositions also gave enormous credence to the idea that the FBI has known intelligence community is known Christopher Steele was getting a disinformation from Russia and that gives us some sense of the motives that Russia wasn't trying to help companies whenever we lose it might eventually kind of dirty both candidates more typical compromise for more traditional way that Russia reveals a nation the deep state holdovers try and hide that culpability.

J. Solomon
"j solomon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"j solomon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Solomon spent a career at Lehman Brothers and then as vice chairman of Shearson Lehman before creating his own independent investment bank the Peter J. Solomon company he also served as deputy mayor to ed Koch and as counselor to the secretary of the treasury and boomers David Westin spoke with Solomon to discuss current financial risk in his new book wasting time constructively a guy do a balanced life that's a fascinating book is it tells the history that I knew bits and pieces of but not this way this comprehensively one of the things that you really talk about is the two thousand eight financial crisis what we learned from that and whether it could happen again you sort of a cautionary that we shouldn't be too sanguine that we fixed it well I think financial crises are endemic to the capitalist system I think that there's a fundamental problem in the growth of of globalization and the diversification of security some complications securities and in my book I said actually when I left Leeman brothers in nineteen eighty nine that I didn't want my net worth a reputation based on people I barely knew trading securities I scarcely understood in time zones I never visited and that rubric is consistent with their it's Jamie Dimon whether to have a Wells Fargo whether it's head of Goldman Sachs each of those leaders has to deal with that what will what I've just said which raises a profound questions for me the particular part securities I can understand because these things are fiendishly complicated I've talked to some people like you have been Titans of wall Streeters said you know what I don't understand the ways of these works as it begins so complex now that both the people managing them in the banks and investment banks in the merchant banks would like that and the government will probably just can't even understand well I can't understand I'm I'm sure there are people who understand parts of them and you want to use you do have that that creates some of the issues for example the live voice scandal there was of one fellow who and stood how to fix life for and he got the other people to fix libel with them for what benefit I have no idea I think it did help his bonus but fixing why board just think it was like fixing the whether it's too yes of course senior managements can't understand everything they're doing and you have some people in your book that you're pretty open about saying I don't think they really were up to the job that you have other people who are very cable Jamie Dimon wants to really good banker really suppose get smart man and he has the London whale how could that happen to Jamie Dimon it could happen because they had a number of criteria risk weighted assets value at risk they had four criteria one point the person running the war the London whale changed the variables change the Paramus three hundred and thirty times in the first four months of two thousand twelve he kept changing the goal posts and he was reporting right up to senior management then catches so you grew up in New York fifty sixties a different time and I wonder today now we see the phenomenon Argentina with the surprise defeat related resounding defeat of present Acree and we see what that's done the Argentine markets just today of the world is the world much more connected the financial world one more trucks at the today you have to take into account what's happening with Argentina and the peso and when you didn't in the nineteen sixties resembling York but we didn't we didn't we were very egocentric in the nineteen sixties and and we worried about the United States we we stopped worrying about about your if we worried about Russia we used to take you know test to hide under your height and your on your desk and in the event of nuclear attack which is just extraordinary that was Nelson Rockefeller but we didn't have the connective itty and very importantly finance was in this important nobody really spend all their time worrying about finance we don't worry about markets abroad Americans invested in America and the Europeans invested in America we didn't have all these come cations one of the things that we all are fixing these days is a fad what's it going to do the interest rate goes up a quarter point down a core point really affect the markets profoundly the fed increasingly thing we've got to pay attention to international affairs but she was really even international trade is the bed right in doing that and they make a mistake in becoming too dependent upon geo politics and international is the only answer that I do know that the fed the surprising things for example the.

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