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Fresh update on "james" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"About as a complete a game as we've played all year. I literally like the way our defense carried over to energy from a week ago played really good sound clean football on that side, offensively got off to a slow start with the turnovers, but really like the way that we executed, especially in the passing game. QB Talia tango at 342 yards passing in his school record 50th career touchdown, James Madison all over coastal Carolina, 47 7 jams you first year at the FBS level ending with an 8 and three record, top ten upset South Carolina over number 8 Clemson 31 30 college hoops, navy beat mount saint Mary's Georgetown over UMBC 79 70 late second half George Washington leading New Hampshire 72 to 53 World Cup second half Argentina leads Mexico one zero on a goal from Lionel Messi and the defending champion France, first team to clinch a birth into the round of 16 France at two one winner over Denmark. Ben rabi WTO sports. The top stories were following for you today on WTO P today is small business Saturday when shoppers are encouraged to support local mom and pop stores offering holiday deals. Recent shootings in Virginia and Colorado have prompted President Biden to once again call for stricter gun laws. Virginia governor Glen youngkin says he plans to seek tax cuts in his budget proposal for next year. Despite acknowledging that a possible economic recession could weaken the state's finances. He says he'll approach the issue of tax cuts cautiously. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. NASA's Orion capsule is now circling the moon and orbit stretching tens of thousands of miles. The unmanned space capsule and three test dummies entered lunar orbit, more than a week after launch, and are now about halfway through the test flight, Orion is shooting for a maximum distance from the earth of almost 270,000 miles. Artemis rocket mission manager, Mike seraphin, I will simply say that the
Europe scrambles to help Ukraine keep the heat and lights on
"Countries such as France, Britain and the U.S. are pledging as much aid as possible to ensure that Ukraine can endure the upcoming freezing temperatures. Ukrainians are struggling to stay warm already as a Russian onslaught has cut off energy and electricity supplies in much of the country, U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Bridget brink, said Russia's latest on slaughter on the capital is inadmissible. We just faced here and me and everyone who is here in Kyiv, some 100 missiles being sent by Russia to try to cripple Ukraine's energy to put millions of people men, women and children in the cold and dark. France's foreign minister said Francis sending a hundred high powered generators to Ukraine to help people get through the coming months. On a visit to Kyiv, British foreign secretary James cleverly said a $60 million air defense package will help Ukraine to defend itself from further Russian attacks, likewise brink said the U.S. is stepping in to help. The United States is going to continue to do everything we possibly can working night and day to provide help. I'm Karen Chammas
Fresh "James" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Game of the day in college football's living up to the hype in Columbus where Michigan now leads Ohio State 31 20 early in the fourth quarter both teams entered play 11 and O on the year winter advancing to the Big Ten title game elsewhere. It was senior day in college park, and it was a complete game from the Maryland Tara bins. The postgame recap from sq stadium with Dave Preston. Marilyn shuts out Rutgers 37, nothing been totally a tango villa with 342 yards and a touchdown setting a school record with the 50th of his career. Jay Sean Jones caught the scoring pass and celebrates senior day with 9 catches for 152 yards and the TD. Roman hemby scores three times and the defense holds the scarlet knights to one for 12 on third down forcing 6 three announcement posting. The school's first shutout of a Big Ten opponent since joining the league, Maryland improves to 7 and 5, shutting out Rutgers 37 nothing. And now waiting their fate as to which bowl game they will be playing in this year of the Maryland terrapins with the big win today. Elsewhere, tampering, Georgia, all over Georgia Tech 37, 7 late in the fourth quarter, South Carolina, 31 30 lead at number 8 Clemson, James Madison continuing to lead coastal Carolina 40 to 7. College hopes navy and Georgetown both winning earlier today, Hoya's 79 70 over UMBC NHL capitals begin a season high 6 game road trip tonight in New Jersey. Ben rabi WTO sports. The top stories we're following for you on WTO P, shoppers are expected to continue spending money at an enhanced clip through cyber Monday and that includes today small business Saturday
Native Americans observe National Day of Mourning
"An annual protest has been held in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where Native Americans decried the arrival of the pilgrims in 1620. The United American Indians of New England had declared Thanksgiving Day to be a national day of mourning. Members of the wampanoag tribe mourn the arrival of the colonists accusing them of bringing illness, racism and oppression to Native American people. This is kisha James. When people celebrate the myth of Thanksgiving, they are not only erasing our genocide, but also celebrating it. The group is calling for better policies to protect Native Americans and land restitution. I'm Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "james" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Think red. Two 15 here's Ben raby. All right, Dale final home game of the season for the Maryland terrapins terps taking on Rutgers this one has been all Maryland as we get the details from college park with Dave Preston. Sheriff's lead 27, nothing been with four O 7 left in the third quarter Roman Henry running for all three of the team's touchdowns Talia tango vilo returned to the field after leaving with a tweaked knee late in the first half he's thrown for 228 yards on the day of the defense has been the story though. They've held the scarlet knights to 87 total yards on 34 plays from scrimmage 6 three and outs and zero for 9 on third down. Maryland, leading Rutgers 27 zero with four O 7 to play in the third quarter. Marianne appreciated Dave elsewhere third quarter James Madison leading coastal Carolina 26 7, top ranked Georgia, a 13 7 lead over George tech game of the day in Columbus, Ohio State leading Michigan 20 to 17 at halftime elsewhere, Nebraska hires former Carolina Panthers head coach Matt rule as their new head coach, college basketball early finals navy beat mount saint Mary's 75 59 Georgetown over UMBC 79 70. World Cup of soccer, France over Denmark two one France officially clinching a birth in the round of 16 and just underway no score between Argentina and Mexico. Ben raby WTO sports
Nets' Ben Simmons booed, loses in Philly homecoming 115-106
"With Joel embiid James Harden and Jarvis Maxie out with injuries, forward Tobias Harris picked up the mantle for the 70s sixers in a one 15 one O 6 win. Harris scored 7 points during a fourth quarter run that enabled Philadelphia to seal the victory, Harris at 24 points, 18 to those coming in the second half. The Anthony melted on the 23rd, Kyrie Irvin had 23 for Brooklyn
Fresh update on "james" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And again, doing the honors James Scully from brisson from twin spires and James it is going to be a spectacular Saturday beneath the twin spires two year olds in the spotlight, including a couple about standing greatest stakes races. That is right. Stars and R two program and we have got the grade two Kentucky jockey club for males for Kentucky Derby hopefuls or roads in Kentucky Derby series qualifier and we've got the grade two goldenrod for two year old Phillies and it's a road to the Kentucky oaks series qualifier. Those two races anchor a terrific 12 race program today at Churchill. And I wouldn't be me, James, if I didn't bring up the fact that we are now just about 161 days in change away from the running of the run for the roses coming up on May 6th of 2023. And that sounds like a long time, but when we start talking about these two year old prep races leading into it and then the calendar soon turns to 2023 and we start looking at the early season preps for the three year olds. It's going to be here before we know it, my friend. I know. I mean, once you get to this point, you know, once you get to the holiday, it is. It's like, you know, once we get past Christmas in a few weeks, I always like turn to The Kentucky Derby picture. So we have these stakes we mentioned, but there will be lots of maiden and allowance races at Churchill and other tracks here. This week on this busy weekend and next week has some good racing at aqueduct and then we'll get into goal stream and San Anita. So I'm always got my eye open for two year old performers that could be nice three year olds going forward next year, Mike. You have come up with three races, all at Churchill downs this afternoon, which our listeners will want to make sure they keep an eye on. And these are races that they can head over to twin spires dot com and make a wager. However, you suggest, however, they would like quite frankly, after listening to your analysis and you have chosen race number four, which to me was a major head scratcher. It's a 7 for long made in special way to vent with the purse of $120,000. That's the first leg of the twins pirates triple play. Then you came back with the two stakes races, which are races ten and 11 respectively. That is the goldenrod and the grade two Kentucky Kentucky jockey club steak. So let's kick it off with race number four that full field of two year old Philly maidens, going 7 furlongs on the main track. Yeah, that's right. And I really think the main contenders in this race are drawn towards the outside of the field. It's a race that has does have some first time starters in there. But none of those first time starters appear to be like extremely precocious types training in row four. And the runners with experience, there's just not a lot of speed, not a lot of pace on paper in this race. I landed on number 11 Baba. And this is a gun runner Philly that in our debut in late July at Saratoga. She got bet down a little bit based on the way she had been training for three devoe. But got away slowly from the starting gate and never fired that afternoon. She continued to work forwardly after that debut. And I thought it took a major step forward with displaying and crew speed. The second time out. And even in that second start, she didn't break perfectly, but she quickly overcame it, went out, searched that clearly on the far turn. And she was just nailed late by a promise in Philly. I thought affiliate that just got the perfect trip that day. Ran her down and nailed her right on the wire. Once again, I thought that was another positive performance to build upon and Serena bow has now turned around and freshened this gun runner fava this filly of nearly two and a half months in preparation. And this is like her, this is our she's 20% win when she has this kind of medium like type freshening of 45 to 90 day freshening. She does extremely well. The other thing I like about the way devoe is going is that she really had, I think, a lot of promising two year olds in her barn. This fall this summer in this fall. And they're really starting to flash at two over the last three wins have come in maiden races, three of our last 5 wins have come in maiden races. She's sending out some nice made in right now. And while Baba is listed as a 7 two morning favorite, I think both number ten Brunei boin who has the top 6 in this field for his debut effort and number 12 poblano who is going out for Brendan Walsh at Carl and Cole making his second start off a runner up effort with tower gasoline. They're both going to take some money. So I don't think both of us price is going to be too short. My issue with is that his race was in the slop. It's going to be a fast track today. And I think those figures were a little bit inflated. And Pablo just to me is showed no tactical foot whatsoever at his debut. And I'm a little bit worried about the trip he's going to get from the far outside. So I like Baba number 11 to show speed from the gate with Louis syes and post the front running win in race number four, Mike. I will say this, James, thank goodness that Travis stone has the responsibility of calling brew na Bon when all the horses are scrambling to get to the finish line because that's a tongue twister.
Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to House
"Supreme Court today without opinion without opining Under John Roberts has ordered that president Trump's last 6 years of his tax returns are to be presented to the House of Representatives Now this is really an extraordinary ruling To what ends well the House of Representatives under the Democrats still use president Trump's tax returns For political ends they will leak them Then we'll try and trigger further criminal investigations They will bring on phony experts on TV to say this is a violation That's this That's that And it's never ending In the Supreme Court ordered this There's a silver lining not for president Trump but for the Republicans on Capitol Hill And I'm telling you I'm going to hold their feet to the fire This is no joke here We're not patsies here The only thing we are special pleaders for is liberty and the truth You're going to investigate the Biden family The House judiciary committee The House oversight committee Then you just need to see the tax returns of every Biden family matter a member who is in the Biden crime family Hunter Biden's tax returns James Biden's tax returns The rest of the extended family and Joe Biden's tax returns
Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'
"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and
Danielle Joins Dinesh to Talk About a Controversy at Yale Law School
"So Danielle, let's talk a little bit about this business, Yale law school, a prominent judge, James hole, says I'm not going to hire any more clerks from Yale law school because they're regularly suppressing free speech. In fact, there was an event in which a conservative speaker. This is Christian Wagner of the alliance defending freedom. Was there to speak at Yale? The students began to shout and scream and prevent her from speaking. There was a dean of Yale in the audience who did nothing even to ask them to quiet down and then later the dean of the law school, this has had the gherkin said no action would be taken against any of the students. And so this judge has mentioned that incident and others and he goes, listen, you know, I don't really want to punish the students, but I want to punish Yale. I like what he says, you know, he goes, I don't want to cancel Yale. I want Yale to stop canceling people like me. So, and now if it was just him, it'd be one thing, but other judges have joined in and Yale is having a freak out. Yeah, that is good because Yale should not be able to get away with this. And the reason they get away with it is because people continue to hire them. That's the main reason these students want to go to schools like this and so that they get these Supreme Court clerkships and so that they get good jobs afterwards. So if more judges like him say we don't want to hire these students, these graduates, then Yale is not going to like that because they will not be able to supply those jobs for some of those students. So if other judges are doing the same thing, that will hurt Yale overall.
What's Next for the Ukrainians?
"Let's get right to the essential thing, which is the Ukrainian winter offensive. Two stories about this in The New York Times that Ukraine expects to go over to the offensive. Now, I don't, I'm not a military experience. I just read the books about the winter war in Finland. And the Russians, you know, what do you think are the odds that any significant change in the battlefield will occur now that winter is descending upon Russia and its neighbor Ukraine? I think the odds of a significant shift are low, but not impossible because of the ongoing collapse of Russian brow. Having said that, you are sufficiently tuned in to military tactics to know that offense is. One is to three meetings. You got to have three times as many troops on offensive overcome a dug in component and that's why the Russians had a lot of trouble at the front end of the Ukrainian defense, Russia didn't have that three to one ratio overwhelmed them. Now, down south, the Ukrainians who have to come up with the three to one. But here's how they're compensated. They're using special force brilliantly. They are used in the advanced Thrones. They are maneuvering around and cutting out supply lines. So there's a balance there. What I'm watching also suited to kind of conclude an overview is the electric grid on the Ukrainian side. You know, in a sense, we're in a tale of two wars here. One is the groundwork to the south. Ukrainian winning. But in the air war over you in the strike against the electric grid going into the winter very significant. That's the other war we ought to be focused on.
What's Next for Republicans After Midterm Mess?
"Byron. Do you think people are going to line up to jump on a bandwagon among activists and donors? Well, there are a lot of them who do not want president Trump to either run or to win the Republican nomination. So does that mean they're going to jump on somebody else's bandwagon? I don't know. I do believe at the moment the governor of Sanders is far, far ahead of anybody else. So I think it's entirely possible. Yeah, people will actually actively support candidates in this. That will be the money primary is always important. The consultant primary is underway. I think now let me go to the RNC. It's a unique electorate, a 168 members of the Republican National Committee elect their chair. I like ronna mcdaniel. I think she's done a fine job as chairwoman for four years, and I don't like changing chair people because they ought to be a ministerial offices, not executive offices. In other words, I'm going to be a trustee for the party and running our operations between now and 2024. It's two years away. What do you think? Is she going to win reelection and do other candidates think she will be fair? Because she's awfully close with Donald Trump, but I also think she's very fair. Well, you know, I think it's not simply administrative or ministerial at all. The RNC does make policy. Remember the ill fated autopsy after Mitt Romney's laws. You're the only one, Byron, but go ahead. You're right. Reince priebus was chairman of the RNC at that point. And they went into a lot of them thought, I think I thought illogically, but they thought that Mitt Romney is going to be able to beat the incumbent president and when he didn't, they had this autopsy and said, we're never, ever. This is simply an operations review that we're making. We're not going to suggest policy in the immediately come out and so they have to support comprehensive immigration reform. So it was a disaster all the way around.
Gearing up for 2024
"It is that week. It's that week where we remind you every week that the game is Saturday. There might be Thanksgiving between now and the game, but it's really all about the game. I believe Byron York is an agnostic about Ohio State in Michigan as I am neutral about all the Republicans who were in Las Vegas. Am I right about that Byron you don't give a dog on about the whole state of Michigan or Ohio? That is absolutely let's say that for, but I don't care about the higher state in Michigan. I was raised with Alabama and auburn, which is a much more important contest in my humble opinion. Well, it's definitely not this year. I don't think you're going to find many people are going to rally to the Byron York point of view there. But what did Byron New York think about Las Vegas and the first of many candidate parades of 2023 24? Actually, here is something I would very much like to get to your opinion on, which is I'm sure you've watched several of Donald Trump's rallies over the past 6 months. And there are critics who say, well, they're not quite as spirited as they used to be, et cetera. But they're pretty as performances. Let's just talk as performance. They're actually pretty impressive. And when you put him next to anybody, other than Ron DeSantis, perhaps, but also Ron DeSantis, just as a performer on the stump. You put Trump next to Mike Pompeo or Ron DeSantis or Mike Pence or Nikki Haley if she changes her mind and decides to run against Donald Trump. Would you have a 2016 situation in which one of the performers is so much stronger than the others? That there's a bit of an imbalance there.
Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump
"Welcome back, America two here at David and drucker. I didn't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan either because he is from California, but he was in Las Vegas last week for the first Republican candidate walk. It sort of like a fashion show and all the Republican candidates show up and this time it was the Republican Jewish coalition headed up by our old friend norm Coleman. David good, Thanksgiving week to you. What did you learn in Las Vegas? I tweeted out your article, but you tell us. It was very interesting weekend. I think what struck me the most is that there is a lot of consideration now and very open public consideration of whether or not they want, whether or not Republican activists and donors, but not just donors, but activists, people who knock on doors, all of that stuff. Want Donald Trump to continue to be the titular head of the party. He's obviously the FrontRunner for the 2024 nomination having announced he's a former president. He's got a very strong relationship with the Republican base. But after three consecutive electoral defeats, particularly this last one stinging because of how it unfolded and the opportunities that were there for Republicans, there was just a lot of talk about wanting fresh leadership continue the former president's policies by and large, but somebody fresh. I got that. Not just Rome Republicans who want to take his place, like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley. I talked to a number of Republicans, not Haley, but a number of the names that I just listed. But also just talking to the activists that were there. And I think people need to keep in mind the Republican Jewish coalition initially skeptical of Trump in the 2016 campaign really warm to him quite immensely because his record in the Middle East and as it relates to Israel and Iran and everything else in that region of the world was stellar from their point of view and very accomplished from their point of view. So it's not like, well, they never really liked them anyway. If you became a fan favorite.
James Daly, Joe Rodriguez And TSA discussed on AP News Radio
"The turkey trot is starting earlier this year and costing more, with experts predicting Thanksgiving travel crowds to rival those of 2019, the year before the pandemic. Triple-A predicts nearly 55 million people will travel for Thanksgiving. That's only 2% less than in 2019. James Daly's family is flying earlier in the week to save money. The country's low concerning, but that's life, you know? And we still got to spend time with the family and people because that's more important than just things. Airlines and the TSA say they're ready for the crowds, but Joe Rodriguez is saving by not flying. They wanted it like $300 for a one way and I was like, oh, that's too much. And I found out the Amtrak, only $42. In addition to planes and trains, there's automobiles. Despite higher gas prices, triple-A forecasts almost 49 million people will drive. I'm Julie Walker
Travelers weigh travel cost for family visits
"The turkey trot is starting earlier this year and costing more with experts predicting Thanksgiving travel crowds to rival those of 2019 the year before the pandemic Triple-A predicts nearly 55 million people will travel for Thanksgiving That's only 2% less than in 2019 James Daly's family is flying earlier in the week to save money The country's low concerning but that's life you know And we still got to spend time with the family and people because that's more important than just things Airlines and the TSA say they're ready for the crowds but Joe Rodriguez is saving by not flying They wanted it like $300 for a one way and I was like oh that's too much And I found out the Amtrak only $42 In addition to planes and trains there's automobiles Despite higher gas prices triple-A forecasts almost 49 million people will drive I'm Julie Walker
Free Speech Wins Via Twitter
"Re instated to Twitter in the last 24 to 40 8 hours, are Donald Trump, project veritas, James O'Keefe's organization, which has done some extraordinary investigative journalism to expose so many things on the left. Project veritas is back. And so is doctor Jordan Peterson as well. Who is, you know, again, was so is Andrew Tate, the firebrand social media influencer whose popularity is extraordinary, but who was banned by previous Twitter because some people found his tweets to be offensive. Free speech wins.
Twitter Is Awesome Again With Babylon Bee's Seth Dillon
"Tell us about what's going on with Twitter and I understand you guys got your Twitter account back. We're back, man. It was a long time coming. We were, you know, when we got banned initially, or at least locked out our account, we weren't permanently banned. We were locked up, required to delete a joke that the Twitter considered to be hateful conduct back in March earlier this year. And honestly, we never expected to get back to the Twitter. I mean, who expects that when you get locked out by the powers that be, that they're going to change their mind. Of course, they're not going to change their mind. You need something else to come in and disrupt things and change things up. And in our case, the richest man in the world happens to be a fan and friend of ours and came to our rescue. So I'm not sure that everybody can count on that, but it was cool. I think that we played a role in the decision making process that went into his bid to buy Twitter and that we're now benefiting from him taking over. Yeah, and so now Donald Trump has his Twitter account back and there's all sorts of different changes happening over the weekend. Kind of give us an update for everyone listening. What changed with Twitter over the weekend? All you had must come out and say freedom Fridays on Twitter kind of teasing the fact as a spoiler alert that he was going to be setting some people free. And it seems to have extended beyond Friday. He's unlocked a number of the cast. I just saw that James Lindsay was unlocked. Project veritas has been unlocked. Of course, obviously Trump was unlocked in response to that poll that he ran. So it's been unclear. Unclear to a lot of conservatives, a lot of people on the right who felt like their voices has been suppressed and silenced and taken away. It was unclear exactly what Musk was going to do about that. It's still unclear, I think, how he's going to handle these issues broadly speaking for just your average Twitter user, but it is extremely encouraging to see him coming in and lifting the ban hammer on some of these bigger accounts that had been suspended for really just silly ridiculous reasons.
Mark Levin Calls Out Rep. James Comer to Come Onto the Show
"Hopes for this chairman comer but I got to tell you people something I tell you everything Well almost everything The sky commerce from Kentucky isn't he mister producer He's chairman of the House oversight committee America We tried to get him on the show Somebody named Austin whoever that is Said he was very very busy Maybe one day in the future Now this guy comer is everywhere Everywhere But apparently he doesn't like the fact that I call out this Bengali in Kentucky Mitch McConnell apparently he's a McConaughey Apparently he has his head so far up McConnell's ass It's not even funny That doesn't mean he can't do a good job We're going to be watching I hope so so far so good I don't take these things personally but if you don't want to come on here it's because you don't want to talk to millions of you It's not that he didn't take my call I don't call these guys That would be different But you don't want to come on the radio and talk to 14 and a half million people Apparently not He'd rather go on other shows And the only conceivable reason I have for that is these front Kentucky and when it comes to Mitch McConnell he's a coward If I'm wrong about that comer have Austin contact us
Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'
"Trump standing at the end of the table, he's got Franklin. All of mine are well behind. Ben Carson lime and I put Sam in Rodrigo's dinner by. He said he was scared of the same man. I said, good. I'm gonna put him right in front of your nose, and I did. And Donald Trump stands up and he says James. And Carson said he wouldn't endorse me. You know why we're here? Endorsement, let's talk to you. Tell him talk to you in our games. Do you remember that? I told Ben, I don't talk to anybody 15 minutes. He said, James, how long did we talk two hours? I said, no, sir, we talked an hour and a half. And I might add that so long as you've been quiet, your entire life. Hey, he died laughing and everybody else did. The man started calling him on his cell phone. And then he started asking me to call him him and for 5 years he took every single column. Sometimes two or three a day. You say, well, what were they? Many times they were encouraging. As he told Rick Perry said he just started to preach it. And he said, and then he just prays, Rick. He said, it's amazing. He said, you never want anything. Make sure to think he does. He wants God's will. He called me for marine one to tell me that he was sitting there having that conversation with Trump. Okay, he heard you can always heed. Everything you wanted him to hear. Every single thing you have a prayed for him to hear. Came through these lips, got straight into his face. And with the same force you've heard me talking to you, I spoke it to him. Sir, you act like a little element for school, child, and you shoot yourself in the foot every morning when you get up and open your mouth. The more you keep your mouth closed, the more successful you're gonna be. You say, well, that didn't work very well, did it?
Pete Hegseth: Reacting to Nancy Pelosi Not Running for House Speaker
"So your thoughts quickly Pelosi announced today she's not going to run for leadership Now Pete you know you're all tatted up Yeah All right Wait wait again we're gonna do this again Applause for this again folks This is not the roots convention It's a patriot one So Nancy Pelosi is not running again Your thoughts Okay thank you There we go That's better So how to do that one more time We needed a redo So she has been a one woman wrecking ball for liberty and freedom and thankfully we got some good news We won back the house It looks like she's finished in that position Yes you know what I was hardened right just a couple hours ago watching Fox James comer and others holding that press conference talking about Hunter Biden and the big guy He was kind of the first realization I had of how important that takeover was The ability to have other people behind the podium with power and it seems like they're prepared to do something about that Finally I mean and finally let's hope the Pelosi era is completely done Maybe this is a precursor to that whole era shifting Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi problem is what's behind it is worse So it's not as if we're going to keep Jeffries or whoever else is coming after Nancy Pelosi I mean she was she's a radical We know that They're like real real AOC and Corey have not even like her They don't even like they don't think the kids sufficient for them So yes don't let the door hit you on the way out But what's behind you is terrible So it's a temporary pause to something that's I want to
Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed
"Stock started the day in a sour note after indications the Federal Reserve may need to raise interest rates much higher than had been expected The fed has been raising rates aggressively trying to tame inflation by applying the brakes to the economy and now James bullard who leads the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis is suggesting its short term rate may have to go as high as 5 6 or 7% to really put a dent in these stubborn inflationary conditions The fed has already raised the rate to around 4% economic reports are showing inflation starting to ease somewhat but consumer spending and a very strong jobs market are keeping it hot The fed is likely to get more aggressive making borrowing more costly and further heightening the risk of recession I'm Jackie Quinn
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"Is dennis welsh poets businessman a published writer and pr and communications experts with a great relationship in the business media and beyond. He has written two books of his own and is an in demand speaker. Additionally dennis also singer songwriter not recording artists. And today's episode. We talk about his new album. What love makes us do that was released. It is a continuation of a lifetime of songwriting authored. Books in speaking is found his calling in life and is here today to share with us. Welcome to life. Algae thank you james. Thanks for having me on. I am really looking forward to this. It's just you. And i. I've known you as publicist i've gotten to. I've been able to interview a few of your clients. And i had no idea that there's this other side of you're not that i know about the additional background that you did. When you were writing with gallup all these different things. So i was how we have a lot in common with james that go. It goes both ways. Okay so when i approach you knew we were getting close to finishing this record and i approached you. I'm really good at promoting other people It's difficult for me to go out there. And tell other tell people how great i am but anyway and so when i approached you in a with some trepidation obviously you know and And and you know you didn't really know. And i didn't know i didn't know that you were a musician as well. And it's like these kind of things just so you know they've happened to me so often. Now that i've i've just stopped. You know trying to explain those things. I think that just means that there is That i'm not in charge. Apparently down of exa. Well i wanted to jump in first. Pr stuff so you would you. Would you from college i know. Didn't you work with gallup. So gallop is up. Well i'll let you explain. What gallup is because i've worked them from a psychological approach but Just want to transfer into that transition to that and then go into music because as we know musicians that's always a part of her life even though it may not always be the forefront of her life but it is part of our life. So how did you go from university to work for galloping. Obviously explain with what gallup as well. So so what happened for me was i. When i got out of college i i was my plan was to be A recording artist and In singer songwriter. And i i made a made a few records You know did a little bit of you. Know that kind of stuff. And then in my mid thirties I was. I think relatively close to a a big record deal. And i had a chance to. I had a chance to go out on a tour with billy squire and bank honing sex. I'd never toured like these guys tour and the you know..
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"Gee i would love to connect with you be sure to follow me also media platforms under the name. James miller life except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. Increase mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. The five stages of grief. I once heard it said that the rainfall and the just and the unjust meaning. It doesn't matter if you're considered a quote good person or quote bad person. Life is going to happen to all of us and usually when we were blindsided by something we've become overwhelmed and stuck in the moment because what we're currently feeling feels like we will feel that forever. For example someone walks out of relationship. Someone passes away you lose your job for blindsided by some other event when we focus on what was another words what happened. Prior to this event life felt good. It's what we knew. We were comfortable. And when that event happened it shatters world now. Of course every loss is going to be different for each person but loss loss so new experience grief. These are the stages that happened for you. Now there's no preset time of how long you should be in each one of these stages or long grief should be to you. Get to figure that out for yourself as far as how much grieving you should do. The first stage is denial. You get the news about something and all of a sudden you think. That can't be true. This person's lying to me or is this a joke. And you question everything. Because it's so painful or it can't be because you other just spoke to this person or you're just at this events or you just at work and now you have a job or you're giving some news that just completely blindside you dot stages of denial literally shatters your minds paradigm or your thought paradigm in other words how you think your identity the makeup of who you are your life and when you hold onto that denial..
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"Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. We all have hopes and dreams and sometimes when an opportunity arises. We become so excited. Because we know it's the right thing for us and then unfortunately that opportunity is taken away for example you meet someone and you fall in love and then the person walks away or you found the job of your dreams and your so excited about it but for some reason they chose somebody else. When those situations happen it's very easy to get discouraged and and overwhelmed because we think my gosh. I tried everything. And they just didn't pick me or didn't choose me if we get stuck in that belief system then it starts to affect our self worth and our value it's so important to rethink. What a closed door or a missed opportunity really means i remember when i was at university. It was ten thirty at night. And i got a call from a director said james. We want you to audition for this program. I was incredibly excited. Because i'd always wanted to be on the television show so i was on set the next morning and knew that i was going to get this part auditioned and i knew i nailed it however later that evening. They decided that they weren't going to choose me. And they chose somebody else and of course my initial thought was that they were making a mistake because i was the right person for that part and three months later i had the opportunity to move to spain and do a study abroad program for a year. While i was in spain. I got to travel to so many different countries. Ma- incredible people who are still my friends today and was able to graduate a semester early from university. My reason for telling you that story is us. The person that they did choose for that part was not able to graduate on time in fact had to stay in school. Another year at program took too much of his time and affected his studies. All that to say when that closed door happened. It didn't make sense to me. Why would they call me up and asked me to audition. It has to be right when we examined that it closed door. Sometimes our thoughts become show. Focus on why it didn't happen that we don't realize that we don't find the perspective. Think of every event in your life like a jigsaw puzzle. Piece every jigsaw puzzle piece links together to create a bigger picture if we focus on one of those events of those closed doors as one jigsaw puzzle piece. unfortunately we don't see how it makes sense later on so we in that moment of disappointment of heartache of loss of whatever it might be know that something is right around the corner. That's going to link together and it will all make sense now. I'm not saying that everything. Negative in our life happens for reason. But i do know that on the other side of those events opportunities do arise when we don't get lost in the events or allow that events to define us for example. You're the divorce person. You're the sick person. You're the bankrupt person. You're the fired person. Whatever that label is when you recognize that. That closed door doesn't define you. Then you shift your perspective to your future. Instead of focusing on the past of what did not work out the more quickly you can direct your minds gays. If you will toward your future you'll find that you move. Beyond the disappointment. Were quickly now. Of course there's appropriate time for grieving but when the grief has passed are you stuck on what was or are you looking for other opportunities. There's nothing worse than having an opportunity be presented to you and you're not ready for it so it passes you by and often that happens because we get focused on what was or the disappointment. We had that. Were not preparing ourselves for the future of win. That event is to happen and it will happen everything that happens in her life. Realize it's all links together. I know for me. I was so happy that i got to graduate early in the moment i didn't like it. I was disappointed. I was indignant. All those emotions that i felt but i was able to find the perspective later on when i took stock of how all those events led together to do something different. So if you're disappointed right now because somebody didn't work out think back to previous closed doors. How did it linked together for another opportunity to rise. Because if you've experienced that before you'll experience that again remember. A closed door is not a missed opportunity. It's a stepping stone for something new and greater in your life. Have you ever thought. Gosh i love to start my own radio or podcasts. But i have no idea how to do it or are you a season veteran. 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"Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. There being proactive in your thoughts and actions have ever heard somebody say you make me so mad or it's not my fault that i did that you made me do it when you stop and think about that. That doesn't really make much sense does it. And of course we've always heard nobody can make you do anything but unfortunately we all fall victim to that mindset from time to time. Why do you think that is usually those thoughts and actions are developed. When we're a child often it's created out of frustration. Somebody does something to us. And we automatically go on the attack or the defense because it's our way of learning how we interact in society if we learn to defend ourselves or learn to respond in a way. That doesn't seem weak. Then we automatically move up in a chain of command with her family and peers. What i mean by that. Is this the older. We get the more introspection and more experienced. We have to understand our place in the world to understand what's healthy for us however if we've not taken time for self reflection and understand our place in the world or really understand how we view ourselves unfortunately those same thoughts and behaviors de protected us as children will continue to plague our life. What worked for us as a child doesn't work for us as an adult. So if you think about it if somebody says something or does something to you and you respond in a very dramatic or defensive way today does it really serve a purpose for you. When you have some time to reflect. Was it the healthiest choice. You could have made in that moment. Probably not and of course there's no judgment here whatsoever because we all are learning and growing developing to become the healthiest version of herself. One reason why. It's so important to be proactive in our thoughts and our actions is because in doing so we can lead a life. That's authentic with ourself. It moves us more towards a place of allowing peace and tranquility and creativity in our life as opposed to the opposite of that of causing more discord of disagreements of anger frustration in her life. And of course. There's a time and place to be defensive. But there's also a time and place to be proactive. The way to recognize if you're being proactive. Or not is when you're speaking with someone if you get a spike of emotion. That's emotion of anger frustration. A feeling hopeless that is going to automatically generate a feeling of defensiveness which automatically makes you go on autopilot from what you learned as a child and if you find that.
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"Connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m balaji. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. They're pivoting in your career when we were children. We all had wonderful ideas. If we wanted to be and what we wanted to become unfortunately life happens to all of us and sometimes those dreams don't always come true when life happens. Sometimes we get stuck with a job and that becomes our career and for other people companies down size or lay people off and they often nickel. What am i going to do. And of course there are other individuals who just want something different in their life but because they invested so much in their education they feel like they can't make a change. The great thing is there's always an answer. Research states that the average person has five different versions of their career. That career can be in the same industry or it could be something completely different for example for me my life saturday with music then. It went psychology and the now. I'm doing what i'm doing today. And thankfully i was able to merge all that together the psychology the music entertainment that i did. And that's a great thing about you. Is you have wonderful talents and gifts that maybe you're not using there many ways in which you can fit your career but one thing i really liked people to do is take a personal inventory of their life right. Now if you create the graph of fulfillment. And i've spoken about that before but what the graph film it does is it. Has you write down every aspect of your life so on a horizontal line. You're going to break your life down into as many components as possible for example your health your wellness your finances your relationships. Your friendships your spirituality. He retirement vacations your hobbies etc as many things as you can think about..
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"Of brands that you may even with like coach for example alley at the the the it basically there will a series of. Ipo's in the early two thousand and so that the brand exists but nothing company per se but as it's wonderful when you work for some or for an organization or for leader it actually seize your enthusiasm and says you know what. I'm not an care so much about whether you have certain degree. But if you if you're willing to learn and dig in and i'm gonna give you every opportunity possible It's fun i- hoefler. Many more or physicians sit ios managers like that per share. One thing that. I really appreciate about you as you when you're at work or just kind of looking around at your co workers and even yourself you really recognized how when people show up authentically that they do their best work. Can you walk me through that. What does not your authentic. Does that mean yeah. So great question james so the first thing i would say i want to give a working definition of for authenticity because when i started to write the book I did the research and read hundreds and hundreds of academic journals and books and things like that but there is no one solid definition of authenticity. But my working definition is the following to know who you are to know what matters most to you and the show up in the world in a way that reflects that to the extent that you wish to do so and the reason i say to the extent that you wish to do so is that it's important that you know who you are and you know what matters but you don't have to go to work or or an event or life experiences and tell everybody everything sure that you don't want to so it that's what i believe is so important and so as a ultimately made my way to the c. suite. I wanted to be the kind of leader at would look at the person sitting across the table from me and say listen. Please don't edit yourself. I want you to tell me exactly what you're thinking in the way that you would say it. Don't try to mimic somebody else. I want you to show up as who you are. And what i noticed when people Had that freedom and safety per se is that they were so much more enthusiastic about their work and a an i as as bear majer manager leader. I got so much more from them as well. You know you if the unedited trucial you will at work on so. This is the thing i mean. We learned to hide really early in our lives. And that's okay. There's a there's a time and a place for that but as we. This is why i put reawakened in the title as we grow and learn and gain confidence from our experiences and it's incumbent upon us to cake more of ourselves to stand up for the things that really matter to us and you know in the last year. We've had a lot of talk about diversity inclusion it organizations can't truly be include inclusive if you know most of the people are hiding who they truly are at work though. That's the thing. And i thank you so much. I love that definition. I think it's so important because it's true. You know when. I was when i used to be in psychotherapy. I would too slow kids if you're talking about boundaries and so i would take little hula hoops like a little group class with them. Take a little hoops. we all who hula-hoop out say this is everything is happens. Hula-hoop is me. I hair color my my silly jokes you know everything is me and so then they were talking about what's in theirs and that we will go up but we kind of bump each other with a hula hoops as okay. My hulu busy going to you doesn't you don't come inside mine and don't come side yours and so nuts however boundaries. As far as what does that look like inside of my hula-hoop is me my little world. My little force field. And so i would talk about that with them. And that's essentially when a very basic level. What you're saying is well as knowing out the things you love about yourself things. You don't like about yourself things you're working on your morals year your ethics all of that and that's encompassed in your skin and so as you go to locations for some it may be relevant to talk about one topic are not talking about some and just depends on quote reading the room if you will as well as also being true to yourself when it comes to your boundaries and what you will out your life and what you won't allow your life as beautifully said and i love the hula-hoop idea is absolutely wonderful. Loved it so much. As i was like okay. That's one so that was always my favorite ralph because we get to learn so much about them everything that they love the things that they do and it was his neat because it was no-one judge them because they were in their hula hoops. It was expenses. Everybody respected that. Saint space savage really really cute to see little kids. Enjoy that as well. Yeah and adults can learn from that too we. We still have a hard time setting boundaries for ourselves. Oh my gosh. Exactly and your book. once again. Authenticity reawakened the path to owning your life story and fulfilling your purpose you talk about five pivotal moments that each. That's important each person's life. Can you tell me more about that. As well share so at any point in our life we can look at as far as we possibly can remember and think about. I don't i don't want the listeners to get too hung up on the number you know. I think five to seven would be right. Those life experiences that we can really walk readers through this. We can say a ha they had experienced changed me in a dramatic way. They can dig but experience or can get bad experience but a quick story so for example when i was in first grade one of my pivotal moments. When i was in first grade we had homework and my family situation was chaotic and unpredictable and inconsistent. So homework wasn't really all that important. But i remember doing my quote homework for first grade. And when i came to class and i was participating which was unusual for me though the entire class klatt a ruined. Yes because again. This was so so unusual. So in my book i say okay identified the experience and that's what i just described but then how did you feel about that experience that you can still feel that moment today so to this day i can feel how proud i was at day and i can see that little girl that was mean and the power of that moment and how it changed my life the next step in this process that i walked the reader through his i of the gifts that i took away from that and gift can also be an area of discomfort and you're the psychologist and not me but a gift can be positive or areas of discomfort in that case. I am now known for doing my homework so i show up prepared love and i get. I get visibly irritated when other people james. I know. you're the same way. I can tell this already. Get the irritated and other people are not prepared. Armored either fake her way through something so you can even hear it a little bit in my voice. Intonation is facing a little bit yes so so this so this would be how these experiences play out if you really do the homework in the book. So you you you identify five seven of those. And then what i do is so that's department gave the definition about knowing who you are eat. Pivotal moments help. You know who you are and then another exercise in the book is taking. You know those gifts that when. I talked about Doing my homework and being prepared and then translating those into values so that would be feeling to you so the values that would come from that one story alone for.
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"At times but by tough coming from a place of love so if you start for example no that you really do care and value them you could give them the most significant feedback and saying james. You know. I think that you're better than this. What you what you're doing it. That's not who you all. I won't better from you. Because i know you'll better than this shall not came from the place where i was toronto cool. I was a judgmental. I was putting people down. That would have a very different energy behind it. But if a person knows the i am nurturing them that i am wanting the best for them then those they can take that feedback and it apps as as jet fuel rav van of dancing them on on putting them down sure. Here's as a here. That i'm thinking of times when i've been being those types of positions where i would have to give that type of feedback in one thing i was doing..
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"Thank you so much for listening. Till i folli. I would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m balaji. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. How to instantly grow and develop often. We think when we're working on herself that we have to be meditating all day or perhaps we have to read the latest self-help book and those things are wonderful. However there's a quicker way to self development the majority of us are pretty good at realizing when we're in the wrong or perhaps when we've done something that we're not too proud of and other times we don't give yourself enough credit for how far we've come in life or for the things we've learned the thing that i always do and what i teach is to simply ask the question. What am i learning about myself right now. The more quickly that you can ask that question. You'll find that it immediately allows you to do a quick body scan or two quick emotional scan to realize if you're overreacting or perhaps you've learned a lesson that you now get to practice and you find that you're really proud of yourself. I know there's been many times in my morning when i'm walking my dog. Bosley whitaker and i'm trying to drink my coffee..
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"Thank you so much for listening till i follow. Gee i would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life algae except for twitter. Which is james m life. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. They're looking for opportunities. We all know individuals who are always positive that everything we say they can find the silver lining and then we know other people who are very pessimistic everything that said they find the negative in it. Why do you think that is. Unfortunately we as humans are wired or conditions to focus on the negative and this is why if you've had a negative event in your life..
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"He really hurt me. I didn't think he heard me but he really listens. Well he deal shortly. Be calling for an anti american film festival in new york and he was nominated in two categories and won for best movie in boston and really heard me assamese now inaki. He's writing finishing his second screen every single day as it goes up for him. My other kid for me where. We're not doing something creative and productive kanda just embracing wanting to tell stories that matter to us and hopefully will madden other people. Yeah i guess that's a beautiful thing that you're you you know how healthy amazing mothers like yourself a really imparts your knowledge and wisdom. Not only your craft but just just your encouragement some sometimes kids. Don't get that the encouragement. So that's amazing that you do that and of course your son heard you now. He's able to win all those awards as well. Do you never know you may be his assistant director when he drexel some some film monday. I wonder how that would be though. He's got great. Let's in any capacity. But i can help you. I'm so good for you. And everything i just think you know. I've been making independent movie. These and i've been lucky to make you know in a certain level would be wonderful. Cast and i've know some really good feedback. But i think that he's gonna make. I can see his imagination. So big she is. He watches four movies a day. Call him but is so passionate his passion. I'm passionate to. But honestly i think he's he's more pets all about. He lives and breathes. It's like drinking water perspiring as well to hear them down you know. He said to me the the day. Because i was looking for a quote to put on our ability. And we're acting school and he said you can't spell heart without arts and colts and he shared with me and he has a lot of art and he has allowed him hard and arts. That's wonderful. I had such a pleasure talking you today. Michelle if my listeners. Wanna to find more about you to obviously watch all your shows to learn more about you to perhaps go to your acting conservatories where they find all this information online okay. That's a great question. Somebody asked me to be day on lordy answer to that evidence. Show banner dot com and instagram's michelle banner. Arid perfect when my listeners. Know that if they cannot find this information and know the place simply go to the show notes. James miller life dot com. I you with all michelle's and social media thank you so much. Michelle danner for being awesome guessing ratio. Truly had a wonderful time with you. Thank you so much. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show through whichever portal. Join me today also. Please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me. Be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life allah dot com for sure to follow me also media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you.
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"I don't focus a ton on the breath because there's so much out there and actually one thing i found the sexually how i got my first clients. I wrote a whole article You know why taking a deep breath weiss telling somebody to take a deep breath can be terrible advice or something like that and Because for some people when they start to notice there breath it can be triggering and illnesses. Yoga you notice you notice album constriction lifting and your tents and you're starting to get very overwhelmed and then you check in and you notice there's enough space debris that can also be anxiety producing so i tend to encourage people use tools like looking around and identifying five things a certain color looking re hundred and sixty two really ground. Not start with. Maybe you don't have to usually do like lou yellow red your primary colors. You can pick whatever you want in orient with sound but the idea is to build a map of where you are stationed three hundred and sixty degrees using a using a difference tense. You can alter pat yourself down. You know. Two billion skin Attend not to ground using the brat so much people and actually like an appreciate you teaching me because i put it together in my mind as well as you were talking with someone who's experienced trauma Certain types of trauma the breath itself that sound or that feeling can be a trigger. And so i appreciate you saying that that. Thank you for teaching me that as well because i can see someone who would be have trauma how that breathing would actually cause more of a hindrance as it would to communism so thank you for sharing that with me of course one thing though is you know somebody does have access to like nose breathing You know this is something needs a lot. My family's remind each other to breathe through the nose in and out because that allows the diaphragm to move easier. And if you're breathing through your mouth which uses your chest muscles more And this will help bring the nervous system so but if you stuffy nose like it's allergy season up here. I said to my daughter right. Now who had cerebral seasonal allergies. Breathe through your nose should searching. So she'd give me quite and also heard. I can't remember it's it is is other left or right nostril that you breathe through it actually slows down your heart rate even more so someone will have to look looking at it. I don't remember what it was. But that's to add on to what you're saying. But that's wonderful. I like that. I think that's very good. I love the practicality and not to minimize but it's it's brilliant to really use your five senses to ground because what we teach in psychology is. If you're struggling too much in your head you have to get out your. And so that's all your senses are so important and so when you have that then you you're aware of surroundings and you're focusing on that you're mindfully looking. I'm looking at this. I'm looking at that. I'm here in this. Hearing that. And i can feel that. So that really get someone out of their head and then conversely if you're at of space where there's too much sense senses you go inward any yourself. Talk your time guides you congressman on as well so it just really depends on how what the person needs at that moment but i love the fact that you teach seventy outward and also they can go inward as needed as well. Yes i also In i talk about a way to come in word using the census to refresh specifically with hearing which is listening to I further away outside and then moving their way into your in your own sounds and you can use it the reverse. i like. That's actually when i tend to use most for me Either expanding out starting with my own sounds expanding out or starting with if i need to comment myself cutting with outside. Sounds back in. you're brilliant. I love this as i've never. That's great that we form of chicano which is a type of sensory aspects of that as well. So i really. I'm i'm actually going to use. I love that spatial aspect of it to us. So thank you. I've learned so much. I really have great now. Your book recently just came out. Congratulations what's on the horizon for you. So i'm doing some book events which is exciting And actually the book launch in this virtual world is going to be online on june tenth. And it's going to be a mini self-care retreat. We're going to do it with the story of bookshop. My friends over there and there'll be some reading a conversation with folks at meredith healing and lisa winer And also i'm going to be taking people through that self guided of intake as well. Good and i'm doing a few more events around the book Man i am always happy to come and speak with organizations. You know. And i'm just looking to Keep spreading the word as really exciting. I mean i started doing it. Because i wanted to tell people about it Let's see i'll just bang pots and pans. Well this show. This show was syndicated for multiple times in the future. So if people hear this and of course they missed that event then you can simply go to her website so laura. Thank you so much for gas my show today. Melissa we want to find out more. I about you to find everything you're doing. And to purchase your book lifting heavy things healing trauma. One rep a time where they find this information online. You can find it on my website Which is laura qatari dot com and my book is available from your preferred bookseller In the united states and canada and also Other places around the wolves at selling books. Wonderful my listeners. Also know that if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes. James miller life algae dot com. And i will link you with laura thank you so much. A wonderful guest my show. Today i learned so much. Thank you the pleasure. It was really nice to meet you. James i also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show ever portal. You me today also. Please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you like to work with me. Be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me and also show media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..
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"And thomas lloyd and daniel carroll would have gone to the same church saint peter's in new york It's my speculation i think i'm fairly Right in saying that. There was correspondence between lloyd and carol on a personal level daniel carroll To make sure that his remarks would have an outsized importance in the official register. Now james madison denno. Carol were good friends At least in a political sense During the ratification debates Of the us constitution. They exchanged multiple letters to each other and geno. Carol is a very Watchful witness of the state ratification in maryland. And he sends william packers set of grievances against About the first the current constitution a at a to james madison and one of the grievances is that There's no language about The fact that we shouldn't have an established church no federal church and general. Carol sends this This list of Grievances to james madison says look. It's it's these amendments. Have no use year right because the federal is have one but may be of use to you in virginia So i see this as a coordinated effort between daniel carroll and james madison to appease anti-federalists On the question of these amendments. And i see this as a coordinated effort in the halls of congress at the time in which general unambiguously sports it now. The language of godfather is not to suggest that denno carol is the father of the first amendment. He is of course not james. Madison was the one who i started. the the manson of course they went through several rounds of of contested debate and and redrafting but he is godfather sense the fact that he supports right the first amendment in this way provides a kind of theoretical justification for it right and sponsors it in that way so i see this is not as a singular feet of james madison but as a coordinated effort between daniel caroline and madison so in in the book the section. You talk about Traditions that predate. John locke though explicit influences on the founders especially after of the bill of rights in the first amendment and so is one. If you could talk about some of those traditions that you referred to and How we know that. They haven't explicit impact on the founders. Well the one the the tradition. I haven't in mind when. I say that That there are traditions. That predate john locke is is the anti papal tradition so john locke argues in the letter concerning toleration and many other documents One of which was just recently uncovered in Saint john's college in annapolis on the question of of whether to tolerate catholics in all these documents john carroll sorry john locke comes down quite decisively on the fact that when should not tolerate catholics for for these two reasons right that they ultimately that they deliver themselves up to a foreign prince the pope. Now john locke knows Of a previous traditions within the catholic church that Militate against this position He has several pamphlets in his library that he notes and.
"james" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Head. As we interviewed him kevin harrington resent his mentor book. Yeah yeah and and he talked with mentorship for quite a while of course during the interview. And what's really needed inside this member side. I mentioned that we have i. I can see the comments people making zeidan and coming back and forth and the most common comment on that already and we just launched a week ago is i really need to get a mentor. They do you know what i'm getting at is that and so many people struggle needlessly. Because if you can find somebody else that can say. Don't bow down. That man hilarious fell down there. It's gross down there and you can jump over that mantle. You're still gonna fall planning your well. What the stuff. You're gonna learn that if you get the right mentor is going to actually make it possible to follow your passion. Probably get paid to do it. So i know that that was a very weird side angle but i want to add that if i gave somebody a tip i would say find a mentor and start and by the way. Also don't worry about getting paid to do it. Part time everything i've done when i launched us up was part time when i started in stand up. I mentioned that was. I was in the corporate world. I transitioned to speaking. Spent three years working the corporate world using my evenings and weekends to speak at places now allow for free and it built from there. The great by doing it. That way. When i find left i least had some semblance of the confidence that i was gonna still. I was going to be able to get paid enough clients to pay the bills. And so i would say to people. Don't be in such a rush but then also get a mentor. so you don't fall down the mantles. Everybody else does brilliant. I think that's wonderful. Wonderful advice lapore. It has been absolute pleasure having my show today and my listeners. One to find out more about you to listen to your shows to purchase your book the book of why and how discover the time of secrets to success in abundance. Where are they find out. All this information online. So i've said people to places once for a freebie so i mentioned that we launched the influence or vault and if people go listening goto the influence or ball dot com so the influence of all dot com. And i only say this james because it's very relevant to what we're talking about. We actually put together a ten insights pediatric. Okay read and in that. I basically called what. I considered the top Lessons i learned from some of the top leader. So when you go in there you're gonna see less by. Lisa nichols bob proctor. Less brown but you can get that by going to the influence or about dot com and basically You just sign up. You grab a copy and then it'll actually redirect you to our influence of vault website if you want that option and then if they want to know more people want to know more about how to get a copy of the book of why i keep that easy as well. It's the book of why dot com perfect. My listeners also know that if they cannot find information and near the place simply go to the show. Notes in this particular episode. And i will direct you with corey. Thank you so much awesome. Get so much. I really appreciate in my pleasure my friend. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show huge portal. You join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase. My previous guests sell products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite following except for twitter. Which is james m life once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..
"james" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Make the mistake of thinking like mindful. Parenting is being calm all the time and that's not true zachary. Now we're gonna ha. We're gonna build your kids. Do like annoying destructive like all kinds of immature things by definition their kids. You know and you're gonna feel frustrated and you know and and all of those feelings and that's okay. It's okay for your your kids to see that you have those feelings. But what what. The beautiful thing is if they can also see you recognizing those feelings in healthy way. Oh i'm so frustrated right now rather than what's wrong with me. I'm frustrated. I'm terrible person right and like saying i'm press you know what i'm feeling really frustrated right now so i think i'm going to go splash cold water on my face. I need a minute like that's so helpful. You're modeling emotionally healthy regulation. You're showing them how to a way to take care of their feelings and you know you're human you're being authentic real with them when it goes back to aspect of not creating the optimal version of parenting looks like because as we said really does unattainable so i love the fact that you have. Every moment teachable moment for parents to help guide and model the behavior of healthy behaviors. Children tell me more about your mindful parenting courses. Well mindful parenting goes. It's it brings together. Those those things i got so frustrated for well it brings together all those mindfulness tools that in that inner work those inner work tools that we really really need. And that you know. Parents are often very like fixated on my child to listen to me and and that's really important. You know so we have all this communication skills too. But the i work we do is in developing mindfulness practice and even understanding maybe are triggers from childhood doing some work around that and practicing self compassion practicing to learning how to take care of her difficult feelings because most of us weren't taught that right so having a having a clear method to be able to take care of to feelings and call my reactivity and then it brings all inter work which just helps to ground us to send her us to to to helps us to to not to let go of trying to control them so much so that we feel right or helping all better and then and then all those communication skills so that you can learn how to resolve problems and help your kids resolve problems without resorting to threats and punishment which create resentment. So it's really about understanding our needs and being able to express your own needs in create boundaries for your kids around your own needs and then also under you know being able to solve problems that you know in ways that everybody gets their needs met so it brings together these communication skills. That have you know. Have been around since the sixties and seventies that are so so vital with that inner work and together. It's a pretty unstoppable combination which is coal it really is. I really liked the fact that you just allow parents to realize that they have a choice. They don't have to be reactive. They can be but they have other choices and other opportunities to once again demonstrate healthier behaviors but sometimes we forget in the moment that we have choices. We do responded autopilot. So that's wonderful that your mindfulness practices remindful parenting courses. Really help people have that ability to say. What are my options right now. And what's the healthiest response that will give in this moment. Yeah yeah and. I really think it's for people who are like you know. Oh my gosh. i'm so reactive. That i feel like i couldn't imagine totally for you out. You know but. I really liked that because going back to everything we were talking about earlier just the whole thing. Mindfulness it's like you said before it doesn't have to be this long long winded techniques. It's something that's so practical. So it's great that you're you're mindful. Parenting courses really teach that but transitioning real quickly into the book because we will have a few more minutes so once going to raise good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactor parenting raising kind confident kids. I was reading the reviews that you have on amazon. And they're wonderful so many people have said wonderful things about this book how. It's changed their lives. It helped them just really understand like i said earlier choices and how to be a healthier parents in a non reactive parents as well because there's nothing worse than trying to be the best you can and then years later when your kid isn't therapy talking to me saying you did this and new to that so good to hear that you are on the cutting edge of helping people find their way navigate their parents styles. Thank you thank you so much. I really appreciate that. What's next for you. Oh gosh one thing. I'm working on which is very exciting of doing mindful parenting teacher training programmes teaching parents. And and there's all kinds of people who are in the program who to teach it in their communities which is really more. We have teacher trainees in like australia. Sweden us wow. Yeah that's really impressive. I know you also have a podcast as well. Tell me more about that. Oh yeah the mindful mama podcast. I love doing the podcast. Obviously got to learn average. So many great people have had incredible guests on like sharon salzberg eagle and and it's just a joy for me too. I think that You know somehow. I i love talking. It's pretty easy for talk. But but yeah i. I don't know what to say about the podcast there so much there to lower so many different pieces of you know from all about kids to understanding ourselves to like being able to create a an optimal environment kids. And you know there's just a lot there to dive into. Thank you switch fantastic guests. I'm gonna show that you have done incredibly well. I've learned so much from you already my listeners to find out more about you to purchase your book one more time raising good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactor parenting raising kind confident. Kids where are they. Find all this information online at mindful mama mentor dot com wonderful my listeners. That if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes at james miller lite follow dot com. And i will link you with hunter. Thank you so much should be a wonderful guest today. I truly appreciate your expertise. Thank you so much. James i really. It's been a pleasure. I also wanna thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show fewer ever put join me today. Also please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes free the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me be a guest on or advertise. The show visit james miller life policy dot com be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite following except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..
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"james" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Things around. You just don't matter the way they did before. I love that and that just proves that we have everything we could we. We have the dopamine there. We know how to act. That's now i love that. That's a great tip. We'll have a couple seconds here. But i know we get a chance to talk about your youtube channel. That's coming up or your podcast but if my listeners wanna find out more about you into once again listen to your five minutes annotation podcast To watch your new youtube channel. That's coming up and to also purchase your book once again. Covert survival guide. Twenty nine tips for finding joy imagining stress during a certain time to where would they find all this information online yet. Thank you james. it'll be on my website. Which is Janine mcglade dot com. That's j. e. a. n. n. i n. at a lot of ends of my name glade and cg l. a. d. dot com. You can find everything there. I've even got a club. Now that i'm just starting that's going to have a. It's a self care club so if people are interested that's also my website and the medications. You can find anywhere. You can listen to podcasts. Awesome well my listeners. Know that if they can't find this information the place simply go to the show notes. James miller dot com. And i will have all of her Janin's contact information in the show notes to name mcclay. Thank you so much for being a fantastic estimate shirts too. I really appreciate it all james. It was a pleasure. Thank you so much fast friends like you said. Join into to thank you. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show whichever portal join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self products. If you'd like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show. Visit james miller life dot com. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you.