40 Burst results for "January."

Fresh update on "january." discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:37 min | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "january." discussed on Balance of Power

"House bid in 2024. And Bloomberg has learned the House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the capitol is expected to speak behind closed doors today with former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, committee members say that some Trump can members discussed after the riot the possibility and invoking the Twenty-fifth Amendment to replace him as president, prior to the official presidential transition to Joe Biden. Governors 24 hours a day on Erin on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries and which could get there. This has been back, David. Thank you so much for coming. Well, the inflation reduction act has gotten a lot of attention from us and others, particularly on the questions of what it does for the deficit when it does for inflation. And of course, what it does for prescription drug prices. But there's also a lot in there on the climate. And some people suggest that in the long term, that may be the most important part of the bill. We welcome now somebody who knows the climate terribly well. He's an oceanographer. He's a retired rear admiral Timothy gallaudet. He's CEO of ocean STL consulting and locality earlier served as the acting administrator of the national oceanic atmospheric administration and as assistant secretary of commerce. So admiral, thank you so much for being with us. Before we get into what the possible effects of this bill could be, first give us a state on the climate overall. Where are we? Particularly when it comes to ocean levels. Right. Sea level

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J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 23 hrs ago

J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

"I'm very pleased to welcome today rosemary westbury. Now her family has been turned upside down by all this, and I'd like you to hear from her, her firsthand account, rosemary, thank you for joining me. I really appreciate it. I'm really sorry to hear what's happened to your family as a consequence of our own government. And I want you to describe the events in the aftermath. Let's not start with January 6th. We'll get to that. I want you to start with the first time the U.S. government in the form of the FBI came visiting your house. Well, dinesh the first time, actually, that they came was in February of 2021. And they came specifically asking for my son, Jonah. There were 5 of us that had gone to January 6th, and my son, Jonah, was, you know, we'd never been to Washington, D.C.. So he was posting pretty much all day on his SnapChat. The events of the day he was excited to see president Trump. And so one of his classmates had actually turned him into the FBI. He was former classmates. And so when he, when we had that first interaction, of course, my son contacted an attorney, so we got an attorney. And a local attorney. And they reached out to the FBI. The FBI went silent, really, truly what we call radio silence. And so my son rents an apartment in my home with a separate entrance. And the FBI knew that because they came to my house.

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Fresh update on "january." discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "january." discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Campaign 2022 now, another primary Tuesday in several states today, including Minnesota, Vermont, and Connecticut. In Wisconsin, voters will be choosing a Republican nominee for governor and it's another race where former president Trump and his former vice president Pence are on opposite sides. Trump has endorsed businessman Tim Michaels, while Pence is backing former lieutenant governor Rebecca Rebecca cleve. Both candidates have falsely claimed that the 2020 election was rigged, although cleave has said that the certifying election results is not constitutional. Michaels has said everything will be on the table. The winner faces democratic governor Tony Evers. Happening today to potentially key witnesses expected to appear before the House January 6th committee, the panel will meet with former Trump Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Doug mastriano, who's the Trump supported Republican nominee for governor in Pennsylvania. Mastriano was a state senator who happened to be at the capitol January 6th and served as a point person in his state for a plan to keep Trump in office by allegedly using fake electors. However, mastriano's attorney says his client anticipates leaving after about ten minutes unless the committee agrees to terms of his deposition. President Biden has signed the $280 billion bipartisan bill that's designed to support high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.. The president today says that law incentivizes investments in the domestic semiconductor industry and aims to ease the U.S. reliance on overseas supply chains for critical cutting edge goods. The White House says micron will announce a $40 billion plan to boost domestic manufacturing of memory chips. Qualcomm and global foundries are announcing a $4 billion expansion of a chip plant in upstate New York. Some football fans in Northern Virginia will be disappointed this year, a high school football program didn't get enough students to sign up, so it's season is being called off. Manassas park high school will not have a football program this fall. It was a decision that was made because the roster numbers for the cougars were just too low. The team held a number of practices in recent weeks, averaging a turnout of just 11 players. The school's activities director says ideally, he'd need a minimum of 30 players to have a season. He made the announcement that the program was being called off, informing the team's scheduled opponents, as well as the Virginia high school league, which oversees high school sports across the state. Just ahead on WTO fee, we'll speak live with USA Today's Christine Brennan about the retirement announcement of tennis grade Serena Williams, although she's not using that word. We'll talk about that as well. 1136. My doctor told me my blood pressure is borderline. I

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Liz Cheney: How Do We Call Ourselves a Nation of Laws?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 23 hrs ago

Liz Cheney: How Do We Call Ourselves a Nation of Laws?

"Literally said that. In this scene, this CNN CNN conversation was stunning. Listen to what she said to Cassie hunt over at CNN about prosecuting Trump for January 6th. Some have expressed concern that prosecuting former president Trump would turn him into a martyr and potentially add to his political strength with a base that's follows him pretty rapidly. Do you share that concern? Do you have any concern that a prosecution would strengthen Donald Trump's political hands? I don't think that it's appropriate to think about it that way because the question for us is, are we a nation of laws? Are we a country where no one is above the law? And what do the facts and the evidence show? And certainly, I've been very clear. I think he's guilty of the most serious dereliction of duty of any president in our nation's history. You've had a federal judge in California. Say that it's more likely than not that he and John eastman committed two crimes. So, you know, I think that we're going to continue to follow the facts. I think the Department of Justice will do that. But they have to make decisions about prosecution, understanding what it means if the facts and the evidence are there, and they decide not to prosecute how do we then call ourselves a nation of laws.

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Fresh update on "january." discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:50 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "january." discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Because facts matter, you want to sing to WC PT 8 20. Well, we know that his behavior did incent some of the January 6th. Conduct. And we want to know more about that. We don't know what we're going to find in the text we have seen them. But we will look at it and learn more. I am sure. No. It is the Stephanie Miller show. She'll win banks tweets today. That was yesterday, is the 48th anniversary of Nixon's announcement that he was resigning as president after being told by Republicans he would be convicted in a Senate trial. Maybe it's time for Trump to announce he won't run for reelection. It was Nixon day yesterday. Everybody's saying. I'm pretty sure. I'm going to go. I'm going to do that if you want a man with leadership. Jeffrey. That's funny. That sound

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What Is Liz Cheney Saying About the People Who Need to Vote for Trump?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 23 hrs ago

What Is Liz Cheney Saying About the People Who Need to Vote for Trump?

"Now, Liz Cheney gave an interview to the talking a lot, CNN, New York Times, she doesn't really campaigning because she's going to lose next week. She told The New York Times she'd find it very difficult to support Ron DeSantis for president. If Trump doesn't run. She would find it very difficult to support governor desantis because of how he has lined himself up almost entirely with Trump. Are you paying attention are you as the media does this whole adulation of Liz Cheney? Do you get what she has become? So I said to this friend of mine who's a never trumper. I said, listen, when Liz Cheney says that she doesn't mind losing her seat. As long as Trump stays out of office, what is she saying about the American people who need to vote for Trump? In order for him to be reelected. And I mean, I was blown away by his answer. He said, she would say, and I believe he knows her and probably knows exactly her thinking. He believes that American America has been fooled and conned by Donald Trump, that Trump supporters aren't really necessarily malicious or nefarious, they're really just more about being conned. And we drank the Kool-Aid and we fell for it and she knows that. And she understands that, that's why the January 6th select committee existed to prevent Trump from being able to run for reelection. Now,

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Fresh update on "january." discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:45 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "january." discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Of national news with Nathan Hager. Paul Sweeney, the FBI search at former president Donald Trump's Florida home is unprecedented, but as Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports bringing a case against the former president, will be difficult. Federal investigators were looking into whether the former president took classified documents to Mar-a-Lago after he left office. Former federal prosecutor Jennifer Rogers tells Bloomberg news that while the search is uncharted territory for the U.S., it is not a foregone conclusion that Trump is in serious legal jeopardy. She says the bar for charging classified information cases is very high and a presidential records act criminal violation is not likely. In Washington, I made me Morris Bloomberg radio. The house January 6th committee's meeting today behind closed doors with former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and virtually with Republican nominee for Pennsylvania governor Doug mastriano, vice chair Liz Cheney has said the panel wants to hear from former cabinet secretaries about discussions of invoking the Twenty-fifth Amendment to remove then president Trump from office. President Biden is taking a big victory lap with the signing of the

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Pres. Trump: The Corrupt Establishment Wants to Keep Its Power

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:39 sec | 23 hrs ago

Pres. Trump: The Corrupt Establishment Wants to Keep Its Power

"But listen to what Trump said about the beast as I call it, the media, the Democrats, the machine, including Liz Cheney and the January 6th committee doing everything it can to stop him. Never forget everything that's corrupt establishment is doing to me is all about preserving their power and control over the American people. They want to damage me in any form so that I can no longer represent the hardworking citizens of our country so that I will no longer get a 99% approval rating from cpac. 99% approval rating from cpac.

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Fresh update on "january." discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:29 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "january." discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Or not that reflects normal Republicans in the country, I'm in no position to say. I will say this, that as I travel around, Republicans regular Republican voters are coming up to me in great numbers. Thanking me for the January 6th, a committee work. And they always say, I'm a registered Republican, and I voted for Trump, but thank you for what you're doing It's very interesting phenomenon I've found. Nice. Zoloft. Okay, so God, we don't know what they found at Mar-a-Lago. We don't know. Is Trump in New York because it's the other crime that would be sitting for a deposition. Okay, but we think clearly it was comparable

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Sebastian Talks About the Lies Behind Jan. 6 With Rep. Troy Nehls

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 3 d ago

Sebastian Talks About the Lies Behind Jan. 6 With Rep. Troy Nehls

"First things first, got to talk about it at January 6th. You have been digging into the documents for over a year now. It is the subject of your book. What are the things that the people in power don't want the American people to know about those four hours? Well, what you're seeing from this January 6th sham committee on televisions across America. Now, I know they're not getting the ratings they would like beni Thompson is the puppet and Nancy's the puppet master. You've got Liz Cheney and Adam kenzie gunner. But this book really talks about all the things that they're not talking about. They don't want to talk about the intelligence that the leadership of the capitol police had. Before the event. Before the event weeks leading up to the event. Telling them that they need to prepare. That's right. The capitol police leadership team, specifically the intelligence section, they produced three reports, intelligence reports, dating back to December 15th, December 30th, and then January 3rd. And I highlight all this in the book. And if you would have read that 14 page report, that intelligent summary on January 3rd, you'd have read a paragraph, you would have said, as an entry level law enforcement officer would have said, we need to have the National Guard here, the following day.

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FBI Official Transferred After Allegations of Political Bias

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | 3 d ago

FBI Official Transferred After Allegations of Political Bias

"If the officials transfer an FBI official was transferred after whistleblower alleged allegations of political bias and I can't say this guy's name right and I don't want to butcher it. But there is a person in a key position in the FBI. According to director Christopher wray, that was intentionally biased. It was biased on his social media. He was biased in his approach towards the Hunter Biden laptop. He was biased towards January 6th hearings or at least investigation into certain people. That supported Donald Trump, all of the above, he was transferred. I guess through the investigation, he should be fired and put some death. I honestly believe when people are in these positions that can affect other people's lives. And to the point where people will go to prison and not go to prison because people's malice, you should go to jail for a very long time.

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Liz Cheney's Only Goal Is to Ignore Millions of American Voters

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 3 d ago

Liz Cheney's Only Goal Is to Ignore Millions of American Voters

"Because he confirms what we knew. Her goal. Her driving raging goal has been, in his words, to prevent Donald Trump from ever coming near the Oval Office again. Do you understand what that means in a constitutional republic? Where the people get to decide? They are spitting all over the millions and millions of voters who get to make that decision. The January 6th committee doesn't get to make that decision. Liz Cheney doesn't get to make that decision, Dick Cheney doesn't get to make that decision. We do. We do. And I don't know that I've ever seen. A more tragic downfall of a prominent political dynasty like this one.

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Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:49 min | 4 d ago

Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...

"Well, somebody who's very uncool, but the left is trying to make cool Britney griner. They keep calling they keep calling our W, what's it the WNBA, the women or the WBA, maybe is what it is. I think the basketball player now. Right, right. That's WNBA. They keep calling our WNBA star. Oh, even though no one's really heard of her. But nevertheless, here on Time Magazine on the cover, Britney griner and the fight for freedom. Now what's the fight for freedom? She's been arrested in Russia for illegal drugs. And you know, I know when it comes to my own case, people love to go, will you pleaded guilty, didn't you? So, you know, what are you complaining about? You obviously deserve whatever penalty they gave you. Even if they locked you up for ten years because you pleaded guilty, well, Britney griner got 9 years or 9 and a half years. Well, you know what? She pleaded guilty. Uh oh. So. What's there to feel bad about? Yeah. Well, she probably gets treated better in prison than the January 6th defendants do. Well, you're making a profound point here, which is this. You know, this had happened 20 years ago, my reaction would have gone something like this. I would have said, you know, Britney griner needs to learn how great it is to live in America. When you're on some other country like Russia, you're not gonna get due process, you know, so, you know, here's a woman who's been taking a knee and sort of I don't know all these critiques of the founders and of America. Well, you know what? America's not so bad after all. That would have been my reaction, but this was actually not my reaction. With this case, my reaction was, frankly, they're trying to get me to be outraged and trying to get me to care. I don't care, you know? My reaction to this is basically snore. You know, why? Because this is happening and far worse in our own country.

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Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:49 min | 4 d ago

Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

"Obviously the hubris in this reporting, the Trump is, oh, I'm not concerned witch hunt. It'll be fine. But I mean, this is obviously we know from the two pat subpoenas this week that this has reached into the Oval Office, and obviously there is reporting that Trump's attorneys are counseling him that he may be indicted. So what do you take from all of this? From the latest recording. Three, really important data points, staff one. We saw the Rolling Stone reporting that Donald Trump's legal team is preparing for him to be indicted and this is what I love. This is why Donald Trump's legal team is like the worst legal team imaginable. Except for Alex Jones. Yeah, the good point. They're saying, we are preparing a defense that will be putting it on quote the fall guys. What did we see a couple of days later in last night's CNN reporting? Donald Trump has been counseled to cut off all contact with and not talk to Mark Meadows. The only reasonable inference we can draw from that is Meadows is flipping, right? Maybe he has flipped, maybe he hasn't flipped. That's what you counsel somebody when it comes to, you know, one of your buddies who is now cooperating with the feds do not talk to him anymore. And then the third data point is the pat cipollone subpoena to the grand jury and Steph all testimony is not created equal. Because the J 6 testimony that pat cipollone gave, we all saw it. Some of it on videotape, he wouldn't answer the big questions. He wouldn't talk about what Donald Trump said or did. He wouldn't talk about Trump's crimes. He gets away with that in the January 6th committee because they don't have a way to compel him. They can't test that privilege once he asserts it. When we get witnesses in the grand jury, we can test that privilege. We can overcome it in real time because when pat cipollone and the grand jury says executive privilege, I've done this a hundred times, not with executive privilege, but with attorney client privilege. Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, spousal privilege. Doctor patient privilege, et cetera we walk over to chief judge barrel howells, chambers, the chief judge of the D.C. federal district court who has supervisory authority over the grand jury, and we litigate it in real time, and she rules, I predict, Joe Biden has an invoked the privilege, so you lose because Donald Trump doesn't get to invoke it. And there's a crime fraud exception. So belt and suspenders, you lose twice. Now, pat cipollone, go back in there and testify

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Rep. David Kustoff: The Republican Strategy Toward the Midterms

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:18 min | 4 d ago

Rep. David Kustoff: The Republican Strategy Toward the Midterms

"Congressman, what is that going to look like there has been some conversation about having another contract with America, Newt Gingrich has been a big proponent of that. What do you think the Republicans need to do the strategy moving to the moving towards the midterms? So newt, in fact, it's interesting that you mentioned that newt has been working with Kevin McCarthy and Steve police to craft, it will be something like the contract with America that will come out at the right time. And politics timing is everything. We don't want it to you don't want it to come out too soon we're Pelosi and humor start shooting holes in it like Swiss cheese, but it will, it will talk about what Republicans will do starting in January of 2023 and addressing all of these issues that are so important to the American people, whether it's the economy and inflation, the issues with big tech with China with issues like protecting life and so you'll see that you'll see that come out in the next several weeks the next month or so.

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Reports: FBI Knows More About Jan. 6 Bomber, Withholding Video

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Reports: FBI Knows More About Jan. 6 Bomber, Withholding Video

"A new report out that the FBI, this is from the gateway pundit, the FBI knows more about whoever planted the bombs outside of the RNC and DNC headquarters than they had previously led on. Anybody else find that odd that we have yet to know who actually planted those devices, especially since the whole thing was captured on camera. Anybody concerned about that? Now according to revolver news, the FBI is hiding security video footage of the January 6 pipe bomber planting the bombs. Congressman Jim Jordan sent a letter to the FBI director Chris wray in March. Regarding the investigation, according to that letter, now members of Congress are accusing the FBI FBI of withholding information. So why is it that the FBI doesn't want you to see the video footage of the suspect planting the bombs at the RNC and DNC? I have a theory about that. Is it possible that the reason why the FBI doesn't want you to see that video is because it was in fact the FBI that planted the bombs? Is that, is that a possibility? Why is it that the FBI has yet to explain how many of their agents, how many of their staffers were involved in the plotting and the execution of what happened on January 6th at the capitol building?

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Dinesh Reviews the Results of Tuesday's Primaries

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | 6 d ago

Dinesh Reviews the Results of Tuesday's Primaries

"I want to comment on the primary results from yesterday's election. And try to draw the significance of those results. Trump seems to have had a really good day. He endorsed about 42 candidates, but the races that were really focused on were the race with. Peter Meyer and John Gibbs. This was a race in Michigan, Peter, I think it's Meyer meijer. This is a guy, by the way, a multimillionaire with a supermarket fortune his name is all over the state. I think he thought he was invincible. He had a lot more money, his challenger was a guy, not very well known named John Gibbs. But the challenger had one thing and that's the endorsement of Trump. And of course, there was, I think, a lot of pent up frustration at Peter Meyer for voting for the Trump impeachment with no basis with no justification. So this is one of those guys that just needs to be swept out with the garbage. And sure enough he was. And so Peter Meyer is out, John Gibbs will now be the Republican candidate. It's going to be a difficult election in November for him because he's in a redistricted sort of Democrat plus ten, but the most important thing is the is the fact that Meyer is out. And this is a struggle that's going on within the GOP. This struggle was particularly dramatically illustrated by what's happening in Arizona. And that's really what I want to focus on. Now, you might remember rusty Bowers. He's the state senator. Running for state Senate for and he lost. This was the guy who appeared before the January 6th committee, acted like he's true to his lofty principles. He never saw any evidence of election fraud, Trump was asking him to do the impossible. And I guess the voters went, well, you know, we've kind of had enough of you, rusty. Sayonara and goodbye.

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'Black Ops' Author Enrique Prado Discusses His Fascinating Background

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 6 d ago

'Black Ops' Author Enrique Prado Discusses His Fascinating Background

"A legend in the national security community. Of course I heard of him, but we are delighted to have Enrique Rick Prado on one on one here on America first. Welcome, mister Prado. Thank you very much, doctor. Thank you for having me on. And Steve may be exaggerating a little bit because he happens to be my best friend, so. That's all right. We trust seals. A little bit of embellishment is fine, but anybody who runs the butt course about course is a serious individual. So you have a fascinating background. We'll talk about how you came to America. You've got a book out called black ops, everybody has to check out this book black ops, the life of a CIA shadow warrior, former head of CTC. That's kind of terrorism, the cantors and center at the CIA. But first, just for those who aren't familiar who haven't read your book, will you tell us a little bit about your national security career in the shadows? Yes, sir, I did 24 years at CIA. I started out as a paramilitary officer. I'm a former pair of rescuing. So I came in through the paramilitary side, special activities division, which is for lack of a better word is the special operations forces for CIA. The body of this draft that is from what is now called soko. I have 6 overseas tours. I've been a chief of station. I have been a deputy chief of station twice. I am a plank owner of the bin Laden task force, which I started with Mike shoyu in 1996, January of 1996. And when 9 11 happened, I was chief of operations of the counter terrorist center. Was my boss. After those 24 years, I spent another 9 years doing exactly the same thing mostly for the military side as an SME, but actually doing the work and I just not teaching, but actually operating with the team.

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House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump face primaries

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump face primaries

"Three Republican members of Congress who voted to impeach former president Donald Trump are being challenged in today's primary elections representative Peter Meyer of Michigan and representatives Jamie Herrera beutler and Dan newhouse of Washington are the biggest test yet for GOP incumbents who broke with Trump after the January 6 riots In Arizona a major QAnon figure Ron Watkins is up for congressional seat On the democratic side to incumbents in Michigan representatives and 11 and Haley Stevens are facing each other in a newly drawn congressional district and two members of the progressive squad have primary challengers representative Cory bush and Missouri and representative Rashida Tlaib in Michigan I'm Julie Walker

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Liz Cheney Has Done Us Dirty!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

Liz Cheney Has Done Us Dirty!

"To this is the most amazing thing. I just love seeing people's reaction to this. One of the greatest pieces of cable television I've seen. In quite some time. We'll start with cut 11. Are you planning to vote for Liz Cheney? In our class? Hell no. Are you planning to support Liz Cheney? Absolutely not. What are your thoughts about Liz Cheney running for a fourth term? Personally, I think she said for three too many. Keep in mind, in 2020, Donald Trump won about 70% of the vote in Wyoming. So Liz Cheney's work on the January 6th investigation isn't playing so well with many Wyoming voters. She's done us dirty. That's great. You're not wrong. That might be the best TV of the last three years. It gets better. She's done it dirty. That should be a billboard that we should put in downtown Cheyenne. I love it. She's done us dirty. That actually you know what? That's a great idea. We should just put it next to Cheney's house that she doesn't live in. Continue cut 23. Here in Cheyenne, more than 1600 miles from Washington, D.C., almost everyone we spoke with told us they believe Liz Cheney is too focused on Donald Trump and the January 6th committee and not paying enough attention to what they believe matters to the people here in Wyoming. She doesn't know what her constituent constituents want here anymore because she's lost touch with the values of the people. I don't feel like she supports her people here in Wyoming anymore. The things that she's voting for don't really reflect what the people here in Wyoming feel. Cash. I'm semi speechless. I mean, that is absolutely amazing. And look, Liz Cheney probably knows she's going to lose because she's going to run for president.

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Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | Last week

Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.

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John Strand Shares an Update on Dr. Simone Gold's 60-Day Prison Stay

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | Last week

John Strand Shares an Update on Dr. Simone Gold's 60-Day Prison Stay

"Promised you that we would get an update about our friend doctor Simone gold who has now been in prison for 6 days because of her involvement in the January 6th insurrection hoax. I'm so angry about this. Some of you know that the other day, I give a speech in Washington D.C. at young Americans foundation where I talked about this. And I basically said to other people who had spoken at the conference like Mike Pence, I thought, if you're not interested in what's going on with doctor Simone gold, if you're not talking about this and trying to do what you can about this, there is no way I could possibly be interested in anything you have to say. We need to focus on what's important in America. And so I wanted to get John strand on that John strand is the creative director of America's frontline doctors, some of you know about America's frontline doctors. Obviously doctor Simone gold is the founder of that. So John strand, welcome. Thank you so much, Eric. It's great to be with you and it's great to have such a fiery truth teller as a friend and supporter. So we're grateful. Well, I just have to tell you we're living in crazy times. I didn't sign up for this. But I am just so angry at people willing to look the other way. I want to say shame on them. To every Republican who is not addressing this, shame on you. Shame on you because this is the elephant in the living room, no pun intended. This is what we need to be talking about. And if you're not talking about it, it tells me something about you and about your priorities. So John, give us an update on the whole situation. And your involvement as well. Yeah, thank you, Eric. It's a very intense situation, and as you said, it's really, really important. It has very significant consequences that are far reaching well beyond the immediate impact to anyone particular person, whether that's doctor gold or myself or other Jan 6 defendants and so forth. But yes, today is August 1st, 2022, and doctor gold has been in prison for 6 days. And there is still no equal justice in America. And the root of the problem is the loss of equal protection under the law as sacredly codified in the Fourteenth Amendment. And that's what really is at issue here.

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Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term

"The longest sentence so far in the capital riot trials goes to the first person put on trial Guy refits daughter insist her father isn't a violent man The things that he did while he was there I also feel like it wasn't really him It was part of a mob attacking the U.S. capitol January 6 2021 Prosecutors say he was a key member of the three percenters and bent on causing harm especially to House speaker Nancy Pelosi threatening to drag her down the capitol steps by her ankles Ref it the first person to go on trial for the attack was sentenced to more than 7 years in prison His wife Nicole refit says he and others are being prosecuted for their political beliefs There's not gonna be a one 6 or that will not be persecuted for their political ideology Rapid is one of 7 to get a jury trial so far all 7 found guilty Tim McGuire Washington

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"january." Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

06:28 min | 2 months ago

"january." Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"What you need to know in politics for Thursday, June 9th. So these hearings will be a chance for the country to come together. To rally around the truth and unite around the rule of law. The January 6th House select committee is holding its first public hearing in prime time tonight. What can we expect? Lawmakers on the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection are taking their case for the first time to the court of public opinion. That is where they are going to try and bring all the evidence to bear against former president Trump, his inner circle, and other entities that were involved in the attempt to subvert the will of the American people by overturning a legitimate election of Joe Biden as president, as well as attack the very Citadel of our democracy, the United States Capitol. The committee has conducted over 1000 interviews over the span of the last ten months, and now they are going to try and piece together a compelling narrative that can break through sort of all the noise out there and capture the attention of the American people starting tonight in prime time and what the committee hopes will be basically a series of hearings over the course of the month of June to give the complete story of what happened in the lead up to the 6th on the 6th and what threats to our democracy presented at that time still exist very much today. So much has already emerged, right? We've talked a lot on this podcast about the text messages, specifically that a former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, we've talked a lot about the conversations that we knew Donald Trump was having with people around him on January 6th, and yet the committee has promising new material. There will be new material presented to the American public. So how much does that sort of break through on the news Richter scale? Are they going to over promise and under deliver? Because that's always a no no in politics. But they are indeed promising quite a bit. So it's going to have to live up to the hype that the committee has put out there. And what is there to learn? Well, the questions that remain, what was Donald Trump doing or not doing as the violence at the capitol was unfolding, on the 6th, were president Trump and others planning a capital riot in advance of the 6th, and just how far did president Trump push his Department of Justice or state election officials to actually overturn the election. We know bits and pieces of each of these things, but what the committee hopes is it's going to present the definitive and what it hopes is a compelling narrative for the American people. According to the committee chairman Benny Thompson, who previewed the hearings for reporters, he said to expect to see some videotaped interviews from the depositions of individuals that have been charged already for their actions on January 6th, perhaps like the Proud Boys leader Enrique tarrio also we are expecting to see some of those depositions of Trump White House officials, including perhaps Trump family members. Now, Thompson wasn't willing to give away the store, he was still saying a lot is a work in progress and many things are still under consideration, but clearly there is an anticipation and an expectation that the committee is going to reveal both in video deposition in testimony on camera, as well as in video clips of the events of the 6th itself. So some of that violence, they are going to present this in as sort of a television friendly way as possible. This is why they brought on the former president of ABC News, James goldston to basically produce a program here. Think more in the line of like what the Republicans and Democrats do every four years around their national conventions. It's that kind of programming that the committee is trying to put together here that is produced and presented in such a packaged way to the American people to be an airtight case of how the committee believes the events of January 6th, unfolded. As for witnesses who will provide testimony, we are told to expect that we will see a documentary filmmaker who interacted with the Proud Boys on the eve of the insurrection and on the day of, as well as a capitol police officer who was injured in the attack. We've also learned that in future hearings, Georgia Secretary of State, Brad raffensperger, is going to be a witness in one of the future hearings that the committee plans to hold in the coming weeks. You remember him, of course. He was the one where Donald Trump, on January 2nd of 2021, placed a phone call to the Secretary of State of Georgia and said this. All I want to do is this. I just want to find 11,000 780 votes, which is one more that we have because we won the state. CNN has previously reported that former acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen and his then deputy have been invited by the committee to testify during one of these public hearings in June as well, those were some of the folks you may recall who really held the line and protected the institution from being just overrun by Trump and his allies desire to overturn the election. Now, you know, this committee has two Republicans, Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger, so it is bipartisan, technically, but it has been completely driven by the Democrats, Pelosi, the speaker appointed, all of the folks to this committee, and that's because Kevin McCarthy sort of took his ball and ran away. And the Republicans will be eager those that are aligned with Donald Trump like McCarthy to paint this entire series of hearings as a purely partisan and political bit of stagecraft. Here he was earlier today. It is the most political and least legitimate committee in American history. It is used congressional subpoenas to attack Republicans, violate due process and infringe on the political speech of private citizens. It has permanently damaged the house and divided this country. The biggest challenge, the biggest problem, the biggest obstacle for the committee is.

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"january." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:13 min | 7 months ago

"january." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Is it an oversimplification to say that wrestling with this filibuster rule is wrestling with the very protection of U.S. democracy? Or is that is it more complicated than that? I think it is actually more complicated than my opinion. And I think one that is colored by being a former state legislator for a decade. I mean, there are certainly issues pertaining to protecting the ability to vote and because we have this federalist system where we have basically 50 systems of how we vote where we vote when we vote, how votes are counted. It creates a lack of consistency that somehow that sometimes means that voting is easier in some places at harder than others. In that concept, particularly when you're dealing with a national federal election, like the presidency, sometimes can feel like there is an inequity when it comes to the ability to exercise a fundamental democratic right. Now, that being said, again, context, the constitution, essentially, leaves a lot of these kind of functions to the states, which is why we have this 50 state system right now of how votes are elections are monitored and how ballots are counted. But so this is an effort basically not to circumvent the constitution, but essentially to enable to have federal statute that essentially then would create precedent where you would be centralizing these election functions. As a former state legislator, I would say that because of the way that we have functioned as a nation for so long and our system of federalism, I think that there is something to be said for keeping the system as it is. It's the same kind of controversy and debates we had over abolishing the Electoral College to elect a president. So I think that there is a larger question here about the way the American government functions. And that's why I think it's not just a simple as saying this is the filibuster standing in the way of democracy. The other thing is, is that the filibuster itself is there to be able to preserve any kind of relevance that the minority has in the legislative process. If you just have a civil majority, you could just essentially pass things through and you silence the minority in the minority becomes entirely irrelevant. This is filibuster as a tool in order to enable to continue to have them have at least some participation in the process. Now you could argue that that is not just protecting their right. It is creating a hindrance to things going forward. So there's a lot more here. Yeah, there's a lot more there and obviously a lot of eyes are on what happens in November. And there's a great deal of interest Capri in just Joe Biden's ongoing performance. In office, what have you made in particular of some of his rhetoric? Because I know that people have heaped quite a lot of opprobrium and criticism on Biden for some of the sort of comparisons he's made. He's made illusions to challenges before to fundamental freedoms. Do you think that he's, I don't know tonally sort of misjudged the way that he's talking about these prospective changes even. And how does that fit into your assessment of his day to today performance dealing with more quotidian matters of office? Sure. I actually do think that he has missed the mark in tone and sometimes in substance when it comes to some of these more recent issues he did a speech in Georgia about these voting rights issues just a few days ago on the heels of Martin Luther King day, which we celebrate as a bank holiday here in the United States on Monday. And so in that backdrop of civil rights, in Georgia, he's trying to talk about the relevance and the importance of passing these bills and then essentially says anyone that is not supportive of these things is essentially a racist and a segregationist by using these analogies of certain people through American history. And it offended so many people and including people that like senator Mitt Romney of Utah, Republican who may have been someone that might have been willing to engage in maybe a more meaningful dialog on supporting some of this legislation. And so and then it drew ire from the leader Mitch McConnell. And some of that is performative, certainly. But I think that there's an issue there. I also think that the way that the speech he gave in regards to January 6th, the insurrection and everything about it, I think, was also missed the mark because he made it about Donald Trump, even though he didn't call him by name. And I think that it politicized a moment that has been overly politicized in this country. And I think one that really shouldn't be because Democrats and Republicans, including the vice president at the time, Mike Pence were threatened or in the seat of democracy and Biden made it political. And I think that there's a lot of pandering to the progressive wing of the party, a group that he needed that coalition in order to win in 2020. And I think a lot of Democrats feel that coalition continues to grow and is more relevant as demographics change and in the United States. And I think that he's coming off disingenuous. And I think it's hurting him. And look at all there's a lot of other issues here that are not helping the matters with a Macron and inflation and a bunch of other factors that are somewhat out of his control. But it's definitely an uphill battle and for Joe Biden. And it's going to hurt Democrats in the midterm elections. I just want to ask you a kind of almost as a personal question really when you have these turbulent moments these days when there's all of this complexity and nuance on the floor happening in D.C.. I don't know what do you personally miss being right in the heart of that cut and thrust? It's funny reflecting on some of your remarks and writings since I sense maybe it's all a lot of stress that you're happy you don't you don't have but do you miss it a little? Would you like to be right in the mix of it? Well, I miss being able to be part of solving problems and helping people. I don't necessarily miss the political acrimony. And it's one of the reasons why I've chosen not to seek elected office at a time where I probably could run in this midterm election for different office and have chosen not to because there's a great level of dysfunction and that's paired with divisiveness and growing hatred amongst both the public for the government and internal strife with government. And so it's unfortunate I've gone back and forth myself trying to say, well, if you want to change it, you got to be part of the solution..

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"january." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"january." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The Serbian player had boasted about a medical exemption he was granted to defend his Australian open title. But Djokovic was detained after arriving at Melbourne airport. And today's Monaco minute reports on the first tuna auction of the year at Tokyo's vast toyosu market, which is seen as a barometer of the health of the fishing industry and hospitality sector. You can find out more by heading to Monaco dot com slash minute and signing up to our daily bulletin. Those are the days headlines back to you Tom. Thank you very much indeed, Paige. A year on from the scenes of extraordinary violence in Washington, D.C., the United States still can't make up its mind. A new axios poll has found that just 55% of Americans believe Joe Biden legitimately won the election in 2020. It was that contested result, which led supporters of former president Donald Trump to break into the capitol building and Rick carnage in the halls of American democracy. The House committee investigating the violence of 6th January 2020 is yet to declare that Trump did instigate the violence. But what stane has that day left on American politics. Our U.S. editor, in Los Angeles, Chris lord sent us this. You guys had to be in bed by 9 o'clock, you know, and asleep between 9 and 12. He doesn't show up. The annual Christmas Eve TV show from The White House is supposed to be festive. Free of politics. It's when ordinary Americans around the country call in to speak to the president. In this case, Joe Biden. As Santa Claus makes his deliveries around the world. Only this year, it took a different turn. Yeah, I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well. Thank you. Let's go Brandon. Let's go Brandon and I agree. Hey, by the way, are you ready? Let's go Brandon. Three little words that sent America into a spin just as the year was coming to an end. Joe Biden was apparently oblivious, but the caller, a father from Oregon, had uttered a strange shibboleth of the trumpian right. It comes from a chant caught.

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"january." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"January, we must keep at the forefront that January six Was the deadly culmination of weeks of increasingly desperate efforts by former President Trump. To prevent the peaceful transfer of power. House oversight Committee chair Carolyn Maloney says newly released emails Add to that showing President Trump and his allies pressured the Justice Department to investigate unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud. Kentucky Congressman James Comer is the committee's ranking Republicans. Democrats. Star Witness, FBI director Christopher Wray has already testified multiple times before Congress about the events of January six, arguing no new information is likely in the Democrats just want to keep a 10. Taking the former president. The CDC now lists of Covid variant as one of concern in the US Foxes. Gurnal. Scott has this life, he said. The Delta very in first diagnosed in India is believed by the CDC to be more transmittable person to person than other offshoots of Covid. It also tends to cause more severe cases once contracted, even with increased transmissibility. Fox News is being told the current vaccines do give people a reduced risk of getting it. However, one case was reported in Hawaii Monday of a person who traveled to Nevada being diagnosed with that Delta variant even after being vaccinated. Hawaii health officials called that incident very rare. Lisa Thanks Colonel. Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein can be extradited from New York to California to face more sexual assault charges. A judge in Buffalo today rejecting Since arguments over medical care and paperwork issues, his lawyers plan to appeal. Weinstein is serving a 23 year sentence for attacks on two women. He has five accusers in the case. America is listening.

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"january." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"January. 6th is burned into the American mind as firmly as 9 11 because it was that scale of shock to the system. 9 11 3000 people killed in 102 minutes by international terrorists who flew planes into the World Trade Center. And we're supposed to believe George will. That's equivalent to January, the six when nobody was killed by Trump supporters when in fact the only police officer died the following day. As the result of a stroke was, in fact, a trump supporter himself. What has happened to the establishment G o p will ask Lord Black but first Lord Black my question for you in this segment. There is a likelihood of things getting back to normal and to put up in context. I'd like to play a little cut from Governor Gretchen Whitmer in a kind of pseudo apology for being caught red handed, ignoring her own covert rules pay cuts. I, um I put out the same and I wrote that statement is, you know it was an honest mistake and I have apologized for it. I think that we have specifically not gone forward when penalized businesses. They're trying to do the right thing. It's those that have flouted and put people's safety at risk that you know are the most concerning but I don't know that there's a lot more for me to it. Oh, add at this point time other than those former Spartans or I guess you're starting for life who know the establishment should be aware that is now a restaurant and Have pretty good pizza. Next question, so I'm sorry, but they've got good pizza rather peculiar Apology. Given the historic sweep of your works your your books on American presidents. The strategic evolution of the United States on this can apply it to Canada or Western civilization writ large. You of the opinion that there's someone who say it will never be the same again. There will be no full return to normal, or should we take Gretchen Witness? I don't need a mask. I don't need social distancing asses proof that pretty soon we'll get back to normal or black. No, I think we will get back to normal. I mean, it's been a Syriza's shocking experience since for everybody, So you take account of the people and societies. Justice and degree when they when they bounced back after a shocking experience, But in general on the way, the words were normal in that I think they will get back to normal this by the way this country but try watching. Others were saying that the beginning, but I think you will have full movie theaters. Full stadiums firm sporting Our prisons, other entertainments and you know, people you moving around pleasantly in public places in a leisure time, and so in a way that we missed for every year. And I think attitudes will be changed. Then I guess we'll all be a little where here. It's some medical things, but no. I mean what we will be getting back to is the natural Behavior of human nature and that has been suppressed for good intentions. I don't get it and some Jason's probably correctly but but also very arbitrarily, and for much to run. I tend to concur that we will get back to normal with its hand shakes, whether it's hugs with whether it's getting back to ST Year, But we can't wait will become species of idiot. So they greet each other by our elbows. I never do that. I couldn't I could not stand down that but his his his the real question. What happens? The next time. After all the flip flops from Fauci after Ferguson in the UK predicted, you know the man who's a model influenced most government said two million Americans would die within the first year. What happens when there's the next health crisis? Lord Black and the next, Fauci says, Put double masks on, Will we see a different reaction? If it's within 20 years? Yes, if it's 100 years from now will probably be the same people won't remember this and they'll build, you know they'll assume the worst and pretend and plan for the worst. But if it's soon enough, I think we can hear it could backfire. It may be that the medical experts say, say we get some new pendant like in 10 years. Let us hope the medical experts call it exactly correctly. But they will be subject to a much higher hurdle of credibility. Questioning to get over. You know, before people will do it, sir. That's your advice? Uh, s o I. On the other hand, I think the issue of what if it's another Virus that we think comes from China. That then raises the question of whether it really is an act of bacteriological worker because technically if you subscribe and I'm not saying this is the case, I'll be said I don't know, but Yes, the Chinese government deliberately. I'm not saying they deliberately. You know, discovered this and propagated this this virus, But if they deliberately unleashed on the world, with some idea of the confusion would cause And then the The number of people who have died from it. If they did that, that was technically an act of war. Now, I think if it happens again and equally suspect Origins of the virus. It would lead to an extremely serious state of extreme friction between the great powers. Respectively. All the countries and the country that propagated the prison will be China. We shall see. We have been following very closely the fate of Pastor Artur, the Canadian who refused to shut down his church services. To the local authorities in Canada. How much of a pushback has their being of that kind in Canada Have most people said we will listen to the health authorities. Well, I think the feeling about him was that he was mistreated and and it was gray GIs of these people would come and drag him off like that. On, but I mean, he was released after a few hours, wasn't it? Yes, he was. But I just wonder. What were the other examples of off this kind of push back or we did most Canadians say Okay, we we will abide by the temporary health restrictions. Look, I'm it embarrasses on disappoints me to tell you this Most of them just put up with that They don't like it that they frequently think it is nonsense, but they don't become demonstrative about it like that. Now with that said, I think things are easing up in this country finally, as they are elsewhere. But, you know, you know the Canadians. They're you know, they're it's a It's a pretty moderate country and we have a low crime rate. We don't have a lot of You know a lot of disturbances in a lot of friction like that. But most people thought that it was just preposterous for the police. They literally drag and physically act like that on day for him to be charged in that way without said he shouldn't be comparing the Calgary police to the step. Oh, and they aren't. I mean, they're just an ordinary police force, and they don't grow up people up very much. But it is telling that is the man who escaped Communist Poland. Admirable man who was his reasoning from his own experiences. Something I thought that that was Harry in states operating way. Need to try and get him on America First, let's work on that. And Jeff, I'm Sebastian. Gorka. We've been talking to Lord Conrad Black, the author of a president like No other Donald J. Trump and the restoring of America and he will be joining us for a whole hour as long as well as Victor Davis Hanson for our Memorial Day special. Follow him right now. Conrad M. Black on Twitter. And you can.

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"january." Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

"For the birmingham literature festival january twenty twenty one writers blog. What has this recent time. A time of cova caused lockdown. Like where'd is how a birmingham friend extremely fond of that word might have described it but weird is too vague and doesn't make room for specific moments moments like a walk. I took one chilly. Dusk birmingham's brindley place where amidst all those two buildings. It was easy to imagine. The opening scene of the zombie apocalypse film. Twenty eight days later then showed an unnervingly deserted london. Hello hello hello. Anyone could have started that evening. Imagining the final days echo. Is anyone there there there. What about the seagulls that lock through the west midlands at all the uk throughout the year. Hijacking unsuspecting people's lunches. Didn't they appear to be moving closer. To the very few human beings out walking as the darkness encroached and began to whisper house. This you see this and really except for maybe one or two runners who darted past and even they so thin might have been just burned so the ghosts of birds there almost nobody else about nobody except alone. Brindley place security guard who for a few seconds bent his head over matches flair to light a cigarette before he disappeared. Behind one of those buildings as if he to who had existed in real life only a moment then had been drawn back into the realm of dreams where security guards cigarette in. Hand wander alone forever. Half alive and half lockdown apparitions that melt into desk in this city of hills and tall buildings and twisting stretching canals on lockdown evenings. Like that one. Dusk descended in time with the ensuing quiet together entirely around and rapid cells rapid soft think arms all around your shoulders. The quiet of pandemic knights of people gathered indoors and sometimes also isolated there sometimes alone these past weeks where the unaccustomed quietness of pumps shuttered restaurants stilled railway visions and airports emptied and all of us the living and the waking wondering what all this meant or could mean and often more insistently when it was going to end simultaneously if we knew people who had fallen ill. We worried about them. We prayed for them and did all he could to ensure that they wouldn't leave us just yet not leave like that not so suddenly not so intimidated not whilst gasping for breath behind some sterile partition sequestered in a fluorescent lit. Hospital ward. Not like that without our hands to hold and our face to stroke as we. Intern wanted to hold and comfort them through it. All as we thought of them. Seasonal gifts like the sorely missed brighter than bright birmingham christmas market. There was always cloaking dusk and then the sound of our own footsteps our fleet that as the season progressed began to mutters slow down. Won't you please the goodness sake. You simply must slow down and out of the slowing down. If we listen to those feet arosa kind of lessened adminis- as well the kind that might have moved us to put up festive lights little earlier in the season aware that the increased lights and colours may have helped to share our neighbors. The kind that may even have moved us in an era of global stress and anxiety. Just speak with neighbors a bit longer. When we saw them and with more solicitous interests than usual especially the elderly and the vulnerable always at a two meter distance are warming planet. Meanwhile began to thank us. Locked down and our decrease travel and traffic birds other creatures and every tree and bush expressed and continue to express their gratitude from the jewellery quarter to aycock screen at all the way to kings heath as nature raised his eyebrows at our actual ability to step back and take breath. Someone told me this week that i should listen carefully in order to hear the sound of nature lightly. Applauding our efforts. But if we can't hear it he said this will be only because of the silence in between all other occurring things the silence and assures that in spite of everything else. Our hearts really are still in wonderful working order still fond of us and nowhere near prepared to stop. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of the Best presents podcast. Follow us on instagram twitter and facebook at being how mitt. I all information about the festival. An upcoming event can be found on our website to be. W w dot birmingham literature festival dot org the birmingham lip past present. Podcast is produced by eleven. Say i'm birmingham podcast studios for writing west midlands..

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"january." Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"I think i can't pretend and for so many of the lawmakers including mitch to pretend this wasn't going to happen was like win. You shake the soda tan and then hand it to your sibling and pretend to be shocked within the soda can explodes. And you tell your mom. Oh i at did that happen. You don't get to shake the soda can andy. You don't get to watch someone shake the soda can and handed it to someone and then be surprised when it exploded so national healing so on january six. I think the overwhelming feeling that i had was sadness because to watch those people that committed insurrection. Right now i'm not saying. Those people say people who committed the insurrection and to see people who are so. And i'm saying this based on the random interviews at happened by offering reporters on social media Journalists to be so uninformed uneducated and so angry and so hurt and not even knowing how to resolve that and so the resorting to violence. I mean it made me sad to see people who were so desperate and so dumb and this was even before we saw footage of what happened inside I didn't maybe you all saw that. I didn't realize how bad it was on the inside of but even watching. I'm not sure if it was the capital police or who was watching them blue. Let these people walk out of the capitol and baby. Someone said well. It's because they were so overwhelmed. Excuse me it. Joshua lawrence chamberlain held off. Didn't have any bullets in his guard. No-one in his unit had bullets and they still manage to hold off a confederate. Keep them prisoner. You couldn't walk them all in a room you let them walk out and yes. We all celebrate when the fbi gets another one. But why weren't they have date. Why did they get to walk out. Monica because there were white yes They walked out there well. And of course you you even hear the comments in the videos of them saying why are you treating us like this were white. Don't you know that. Okay way to make it super explicit. Exactly how you feel and way to make everybody's point four them very take video are saying that and yarded on social media. I'm kind of jumping around here. No it's okay. It's okay but you're jumping around because it's it's hard to process this in one linear fashion and it's wrong to call them all rednecks and to dismiss them as being. Oh they're the uneducated poor people. Some of them do know very well. Oh and a lot of them are actually have money. They're educated with money and a lot of military training sometimes elite military training. Yeah it's not really an easy situation to parse because it does seem like there is a very specific manipulation of image that is happening on january six to have the capital attack the way that it played out and to have what looks like collusion from the capitol police in a lot of ways and to have the differential of who seemed to be in that crowd where you have people who are very tactical and then you have people who seem like quote unquote true believers. We saw trying to climb. That wall wasn't working out for a lot of them. Yeah they were at but then you have the guys with with the headsets who clearly knew what they were doing. You know talking about it on that day and even moving forward and even why. I hesitated here. It's so hard to label went into that. Yeah it's so hard to label them because you don't want to say okay. We'll white people no it wasn't that rednecks plenty of rednecks at home or in rednecks. Anybody knows the history of the word is i. Compliment wouldn't call them that white supremacist. Then that kinda let off the hook all the other people who were white Go you know. So it's really hard to label you shouldn't be labeling anyone especially when you know that day anti-american rhetoric right. These are yeah so anti-american do stuff like that. It's like god you know so real. It is so complicated complicated emotions complicated vocabulary right to explain what happened that day. So we'll be really interesting to see how i guess from whose perspective is going to be explained. Yeah it would be a different perspective if it had worked for them aweso me. Why are so many. I don't know if it's so many maybe it is used say that uae are so many republicans against an impeachment trial. I think it's because even if they were not involved and they know it was bad they were complicit or they know they know how many of their colleagues it'll bring down and that will destroy party and goodness knows. Party is more important than country but even more important than party is money. Yeah you know you can trace the money find out where all these answers are By throwing wanna do this. Why don't wanna do that because people are making billions. It's all about the corporations that own the politics. You've heard yeah. I was first learning about standing rock back in but every year. That was and i was like. Why is it so important. Why can't go around the land. The people fighting for their land. And i was like oh. People have stocks in whether or not. They're going to be able to go this way. It go this way he we're gonna take their money out of stocks. Where's the money. That's all not to make a huge station. But it's capitalism it is we are democrats. republicans are just the tool of capitalism. Imperial capitalism is what i've heard labeled makes the most sense to me with the most money. Make the most rules. And that's just the way it is. I keep going back to. 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"january." Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Gorman is a polish black woman who is acceptable andrea a black man andrea. Thank you thank you thank you. I i have not seen Anybody why. I loved what she said. I love her poetry bullet. God dang really awesome great spoken word poetry. Why white black people. If they were having next season i was like. Oh oh yeah but if you had some good stuff to say that was hard to hear but it's not as hard to hear coming from similarly with polish. Yeah off not angry though. Not hiring like she was not an angry was so articulate. You my added no seriously. Everybody kept using that word. And i just like a talk about the other ring. That was just like it was an every time i even had that thought in my head andrea. Here's somebody going out come on monica. Does all i was seeing like how wonderful this was all over the world appraising her guest. That was great. It was amazing. So glad to see that. And i've seen much much more moving pieces really. Yeah but the nation of all of the slam poets who are at that level. I mean like. I have students former students from my school who are at that level or better. I'm not well. I mean you didn't teach at the high school level. Yeah now now. I meant i certainly am not at that level. I would like to see a little bit more season or lived experience from someone. Well i can say these things monica. You can't yeah. Yeah we can say it because we're white right. Yeah right. But i have on my window. You can't separate peace from freedom malcolm x. And you can see when you walk by now if you had that on your window. Oh yeah we talk about your window decorations. i even have on there. But i took it down because i washed my windows and didn't put it up but the fact that i washed my windows. It's really amazing. But i had. I won't let my black students. The the next rice he was twelve. I can have that in my window january. It was surprising but not surprising. If you thought you have been paying attention. It was still shocking to see it really happen but if you were shocked where you've been there was still a level of shock like you guys know people can see you talking about like the capitol police and the national guard and the dc. Please you guys know that people can see you. Not doing anything gras right. That was like that was a shock for me. But i quickly were all a turn on the news and i was like you know we can see you in the same token though there was there were those of course those those loan officers who one of them passed away trying to fight the riot. And of course jean. Yeah who received that. That was another one a tier moment on the twentieth. Walk on and do the layout security whatever it's called for carmela harass you. See the look at his eyes. Hey was waiting for someone to do. Something he wasn't wasn't it. He he was a security person should be very honest. I was kind of the entire event on january twentieth waiting for the other shoe to drop. There was some sort of morbid fear going through me. The entire event rating parts neighbor waiting for something horrible to happen. But it wasn't for me. It wasn't like that feeling in two thousand a that. That tension was unreal. Yeah and this one. There was like what algorithm the side. Now you're writing practice spot on the side of the parade because nobody else was there. I just wonder how we're going to look back on this inauguration given the extensive over promising that has happened in the last month or so. I mean i'm impressed so far by the immediate reversal executive orders that he said he was too. I am off so do it. Because he's an older white man. And i honestly i think american needed this older white man who is not shocking that he can surround himself with people from marginalized communities. But we know the white man. It's still in charge. And he's older and we know what to expect. I don't know who else could have beaten trump right because it wasn't i mean it'd mcburney. Yeah yeah and bernie not only for his politics but there's so much anti semitism even among white people. There's a lot of t semitism right and also interesting. Because joe biden is what's a nice way of saying severely catholic catholic. You know all of his children married jewish people and they don't talk about that a whole bunch or the fact that kamala harris husband is is jewish. Yeah and i was trying to remember at some point. didn't brock obama celebrate hanukkah at the white house. One marietta he did. That's what i was thinking. I was like wait a minute. This this'll be the first time. Not not by longest from hannukkah dinner. Which is yeah. You know eighties. That's back to humanity. That's so sad. That i said that allow. I wasn't sure whether to call you on that or not but it went through. I had yet looking at january six and the performative nature of the rally on january six and the way that the capital siege took place. Do you think that there was sort of this. Need for national healing. There's a need for accountability. I i was teaching that day. And of course i'm at home and it was so i flipped on the tv for a few minutes. And i saw him speaking. I called mind mom quick. And i said he's inciting he's this is democracy under attack. He's he's promoting the overthrow of democracy. He was booking a dictator. He's a i can't what is he doing. And then i had to turn it off and back to teach. So.

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"january." Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Hello and welcome to ride the omnibus. I'm your host cereal baske- and i am so pleased to be able to welcome to very off topic but lovely people andrea weiss cuff and monica. Belton who are here to discuss with me the emotional ups and downs. That we've gone through this january twenty twenty one as we've seen the attack on the american capitol building as well as the inauguration of new president we've seen calls for division calls for unity. And where does that leave us. I mean it's always off topic with andrea and monica when andrea and monica come on together but at the same time i've had a number of conversations in the last week particularly with indigenous creators about the events of let's say january and one of the things that has run through all of these conversations is the shock and dismay that comes out every time. Someone says what happened on january. Sixth that was not america. That was not america and repeatedly the response i get is what. What channel have you benching into that. You did not realize that. This is exactly what america has been about from the beginning. They've been tune into america. Wctc cincinnati why ramming panel. I have not spoken. No spoken to people but conversations are usually very short since january six in particular. Forget all the other dates in the past. Whatever i found. I found it incredibly difficult to talk to anyone who wasn't indigenous. Who isn't indigenous about what happened because my tolerance level and it wasn't a it was january. Six happened men january twentieth when the whole country. Some people in the world were celebrating. And don't get me wrong. I really appreciated biden speech for presidential speech. It was pretty nice sweet but he said he said my triggers right. We've been fighting for four hundred years. No fighting her five hundred and twenty five years. And then. When tom hanks came on that night and people texting me and like sharing the look at this really great performance man. He gave a speech and you know he said in that aspect of the first things he said talk about the promised land and i said oh this is this is it and the lights. Were shining a fire. Cracks going off Firecrackers time. I didn't wanna offend anybody. Firecrackers firecrackers along. That just happened cracks. And i was like. Oh i let off the crackers like don't do that and at that part out a real Do i have to. I don't want to but i will. If you really want me to okay. Well no was. But anyway. When i saw that i just got mad all over again. The promised land. We're still were still there not to mention the lack of land acknowledgement. And then. I was so hyped up. Because i heard there was gonna be dizziness. Stance crew at the inauguration. I know and you sent me that link and i was so excited because you sent me that i'm signing okay. It was a part of a commercial. It was a part of a commercial. You know what. I actually did. A little neurotic recorded it. And then i looked it over and over again and put it on tiktok. This probably what should have been and was just dancing back and forth reversing but i mean the disrespect. We're not we're not moving forward. Okay i have a couple of things to say okay why they are fireworks if you listen to katy fireworks okay. So right on that. 'cause i could sing maty perry for what is what was i thinking. Firecrackers are more the little ones that that kids would throw. Oh okay so now that that is taken care of calm. I have nothing else to say. Yeah it was watching it for me. It was a good except knowing except knowing that underneath it all it's not that so many people were grabbing at as this return to normalcy but is normalcy. What we need one good thing to come out of trump is that the racists became visible and despite what people of color have been telling white people for since the now the sixteen hundreds we as white people never. Yeah maybe it's their a little but it's not bad but it is when we look for this return to normalcy normalcy. For me is is fine. It would be fine. I don't have to deal with those horrible racist anymore. But that's just because white people of color still know who they are and even though for me now i don't have to see them other people still do or now. They're his parents. Yeah i have to say like for me. There were so many moments on january twentieth. That made me deeply happy like i. I will tell you honestly. I was crying when kamala harris was sworn in the outfit i was crying. All throughout amanda gorman's beautiful poem that acknowledged so many things that were not acknowledged in biden speech. I really had this feeling of hope in my heart on that day. But at the same time i also had this feeling of. Oh my god. Amanda gorman is a black disabled woman who is giving this speech at this moment chew a country. That doesn't acknowledge how important she is. A member of this intersectional community even within the white liberal crowd. This is still a fight that is being fought and it hit me afterward after like door bring i was full of here during i always completely full of tears. And that's what they're so good at right. Yeah variable. I was like i did. I did shed some tears too. When he went into the oval office started signing executive forms the same day i was like okay okay jails but even in even during. The ceremony was a roller coaster. When jaylo saying this land in one part of me there was just like okay. There's this representation that maybe she is connecting to her indigenous ancestry through next routes. But then i also have two in the same in the same breath. Remember that puerto ricans can't vote for president. Yeah so let's like you're standing there. That was a lot to digest. That was a lot a lot to digest for me too. Because i kept thinking about that. Same exact issue is well because this land is your land is a song is the worst representation of what america is because no this land is your land or my land. It's their land. I was thinking that j. She's accepted by white americans even. Amanda.

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"january." Discussed on Ghoul Gaming Gals

Ghoul Gaming Gals

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on Ghoul Gaming Gals

"Be sued before. Oh yeah so at the time rather at this time that the murder happened. The media likes to give nicknames to murder is a murder victims so at the time the acid bath killer and the lipstick killer and so originally elizabeth short's case was called the wear wolf murder because she was old. Yeah so aggressively up. Yeah yeah but after. So how did it get to the black dahlia. That who's always wondered so it seems that it's a little bit twofold originally like i said shorts case was known as the where will murder report is actually caught wind that patrons at a local store referred to elizabeth as the black dahlia. Because she had this beautiful long curly black hair she always wore very nicely fitted black Dalia thing come into place. I'm getting there okay. So she had like this really beautiful porcelain pale skin so they would call the black dahlia because she was just beautiful. While ac in april of nineteen forty-six this name actually was influenced by film. That came out that was called the blue dahlia. But i don't know like super where the connection came other than that because if you read the synopsis on wikipedia i don't the only connection is that there is the blue dahlia in. The plot of the movie doesn't really line up with anything here. It's going to be like. Oh i wonder if the plot of the movie has any parallels fun but really doesn't so maybe they just thought it was a cool name. I don't know so that's why she was called. The black dahlia was because people called her in life. The black dahlia. She died when reporters found out. People like oh that sounds way better than the where wolf murder. So do you wanna do a pallet cleanser now real quick do you wanna have the episode sponsor because that was a lot so our episode sponsor which is surprising that she hasn't already been one but it is an case dog freya. Frank would a pretty girl. She is a belgian mallon wa and we got her when she was just a little over one year old last november and she is anxious wreck but also a good girl and i taught her how i taught her about the red dot laser and that has been a ball. She's like. Oh my god what i know. You're also careful because trust me. She's aware of what happens with lasers within dogs and animals. Don't worry shining it in her dogs. Oh no no no no. It's just like you know how like people will play the red laser with kat. It's just like that. But with sixty pounds of belgian shepherd and frankly up at the laser promise. Oh yeah no. She's more interested in where the laser is on the ground for sure but freya is everybody's friend in free wants to be friends with everybody so even if you don't want to be when you walk in the house you are phrase dead when you leave the house for. He wants to know where her friend went. So and there will be a picture of that on our website gaming gals dot com. And i just wanted to break up the story a little bit and i introduced episodes sponsor in the middle of this story because this story is something else. I can't be a lot so think about and look at beautiful phraya. Yeah until also be on our instagram stories. I've got so many good pictures of her. I'm going to have to choose one anyway Back to sadness depression and just gory awful. Details on january twenty first nineteen forty seven. The la examiner received a phone call from someone who claimed to be the murderer and he actually congratulated them on their thorough reporting which is such a narcissistic s news. And then he also claimed that he hawkins d. You have to be exactly..

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"january." Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on The big d zone

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"january." Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"january." Discussed on The big d zone

"Mr time rolled jackson's break to is the tunnel breakthrough jackson's home going service. Thursday january fourteen twenty twenty one will be held at greater cornerstone church To thirty seven north eighteenth street east aren't jersey old seven old one seven seventeen ten. Am to eleven am walk in feeling eleven. Am is the private service Please send all cards love gift and anonymous into Memphis gibson theo. Mr tunnel bay to jackson to hillside tears north new jersey old seven. Oh one six. Thank you from the jackson family. When i started this. I said okay. The state hasn't given me my money at because a they're not like the other bank cars that give me money early in ten. Fold on the weekends. Sometimes they give it to me like a day late so so i didn't get it yet and in this popped up i was originally going to make partial pay start making partial payments on the home going cruise for my birthday. When i'm turned for the that will be put on hold. I must make arrangement to attend my friend's funeral. Obviously he would want me to be there. He won't be there when they're so tomorrow. Whatever movement that. I'm gonna make i'm switching. I'm trying to look at the hotels in jersey. I won't be h- using a thou- i flight i. I was going to use it to florida in tune for the podcast. But since this came up i'll have to use a foot in find a way to get their carlin on. My friend would obviously want me to be there. He won't want me their lead to get to do so much for. Can sean potter show in tyrol data Definitely db there. I got to try to make it there. I got to see if i kinda special episode. If i am able to make it there. I've already paid read. I've already paid for wifi. I look dubai damnedest. If i can't get there. I would do like to get got these a few hours ago. Today i mean leslie built a harder. Did he threes government. Love read. i know what to do. I know what to do. And i also was going to. You know pay for a yearly fee for a whole new host agency that already gate the website. I could always do next. I got to see how are gonna get to my friends. Go it in new jersey. At the hoke. Gordon said e storage looking in hotels in east arch also in newark newark. New jersey like come on the thirteenth leave on the fifteenth. There's only a few days just going for the funeral and at it. And then i'll return to lewis i what to get.

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"january." Discussed on Sleepless in Los Angeles

Sleepless in Los Angeles

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"january." Discussed on Sleepless in Los Angeles

"Sandra AH welcome to the show this so wait a minute your voice sounds familiar. Voice can have that effect lacks Sandra. The way you feel is completing natural. There's nothing to be ashamed of your. Oh my God. You'RE YOU'RE DR. Marcia feels into the radio psychologist from the nor- EPHRON MOM COM sleepless in Seattle. You're the one who talked to Tom. Hanks no names that standard psychiatric policy. But actually no. You're you're actually my friend. Caroline Aaron the iconic actress who played aide. Dr Marcia fieldstone was so many other roles and Edward Scissorhands all those woody Allen Movies you happen to be in. La this month for the Golden Globes. Because you're currently starring in the marvelous. Mrs May Zell so because we worked together in theater for very little money. I've been trying to draft you for free in between all your glamorous awards parties to appear on my new little podcast. Let's focus on us. Sandra Alright for these few minutes anyway. My fictional radio show in the middle of your your podcast show so just a few questions. Are you sleeping at night. No Dr Marsha. I'm not not sleeping. I never sleep. I worry I worry about myself. My family my money my world case. You're just joining us. I'm Dr Marcia fieldstone the town of the Dr Marcia fieldstone our on network America. We're talking to sleep in Los Angeles. What's wrong Sandra Cha? You seem to be under a particular cloud. Oh Dr Marcia. Is this winter. The holidays into the New Year January January January can be very difficult for many of our listeners. It's a transitional time indeed said that the saddest of the year is the third Monday of January. Blue Monday really blue Monday. It's based on on scientific formula. It calculates time lapse since Christmas arrival of the first credit card deals the seemingly unbridgeable distance to the next holiday and of course the first failings of those years better solutions with diets. It's ridiculous I tried the zone Diet Dr Marcia the Atkins Diet thing many many many Americans are on that treadmill. It's Diet Industry The pointy draw You have to love yourself for you. Look at Julius Mimi. The wonderful comedian formerly a Saturday. Night live who also lives in Los Angeles. She just turned sixty exte- last October. And you gifts. She gave herself for her sixtieth to never go on a diet again. That's great shooter Sweeney. He is a very evolved person. Perhaps you should visit her. Well folks it's time to wrap it up and you all my listeners. I hope you'll call again again soon. Let us know how it's going. This has been Dr Marcia fieldstone with the Dr Marcia fieldstone. Our Broadcasting Live across America program has been made possible in part by Glenview arthroscopic knee surgery. It's the kinder gentler. Me anthropic surgery on unions also made possible by sauce surroundings for the season woman explore. Rj Pajama of principle copy Muslim. It's far to the south..

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"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Well let me ask you something. No is there any any part of your brain. That's going he wants to sleep with me. No maybe it should never never never got that vibe. From him. Only recently only at a dinner party it was only a couple years ago. Someone said something to him about me because we're sitting next to each other and chatting China in and he's like world friends or whatever and one of his guy friends was said something like a joke about dating. He looked at me really quizzical. Like I never did do that did I am. I was like no forgotten now. You're you're at an age where I could not even on the rails. I might be getting getting older. I guess you know what it is so often when we hear the word mentor and it's offered by some older actor. It's it's a real red red flag but this is a great story this is. I'm very naive to that too. I never had that feeling. I never felt unsafe. I was in his home alone and and never had add that boy. I I gotta say of of all the people that we've got to meet or be around. He's the guy that I'll I've many any times. been walking off the floor of the Lakers in the tunnel. And you're with him and I look at him and I'm dislike. I couldn't begin to say hi to him. I'm so intimidated mandated by him. He really is in some weird zone in my mind of just other level other otherworldly. Yeah yeah he's a a normal dude he's not a regular guy but he is been. He has been very helpful to me. 'cause I after madman ended and I got offer for last man on earth like I was just like people are only going to remember me as betty and he said that the worst thing he's like well you got to keep working. He's like people people only know me from like the joker or the shining even get scripts and I'm like yes. I believe how we see. We are all people. Stories are so funny because I remember. I actually told this story when I interviewed but when I was dating kate and got to hang out with Kurt Russell. Aw He would tell me all the time like a lot. I'd never get fucking recognized if I wasn't married Goldie but I'm always with Goldie and everyone knows her and then they figure out it's me and I'm like that in in your mind. That's the truth isn't it and we just see ourselves differently. Yes yeah you know what's funny is I actually thought of you thought of you when when you started last man on earth is you know it's our that was our favorite comedy for like three. You said that that's so cool when people say hof genius level comedy as far drugs. Listen I'm so smart. Funny we all I love it. We love it. We loved it but I thought of you and I was like man. I'm envious of you being on madman and yet I would be so overwhelmed with the decision decision of what's next. It's so stressful. Because you have all this cachet people want you. You're also realize it's got a time stamp on it like it. Will you know after after however many years that that won't be. This is a stressful time to make a decision. Isn't it. Yeah I mean my agent pushed me into that a bit. 'cause I got the offer for last man while we're we're still wrapping up madman and I was super scared to do it for me just as a person it was the right thing to do for my soul to go do comedy do something fun where I'm just laughing all day and be a just in a different atmosphere and then when they said shoots in Chatsworth was like like twenty minutes from my house old. Yeah Old Pretty Leo where it shoots. Is Everything Kristen I. It's just an option for us to be gone for for eight months of the year. Whatever just did Sean Toronto from January till May and it was so cold and so foreign and bring my son take him out of school? It was just very hard it all around. Yeah what was that. Not The politician all politicians shot here. Okay so that was. I wasn't in very much of it. So that was reas- is that this one was spinning out which comes out January first okay net flicks okay spinning out about figure skating and bipolar depression forest crisanto. That'll trope boy. I've seen that a thousand times if I gotTA watch one more goddamn series about bipolar. I'm going to give to skate in it. I play sort of like a Tonya harding. A mom figure skater and I have two daughters. I don't know if I get a job where I don't have to slap my kid. Ah that's your career. Goal is to be in some abuse a child on. You're the you're the big the big fish. Yeah Yeah I don't yeah right. Let's talk about that. This is a lot of pressure. Yeah Yeah Yeah so not. Nearly on the scale as yours is but when parenthood ended. I'm like I'm getting offered now to be the the only person or one of two people things and I was like. I've I have done this before. I've made these mistakes before like I was in an ensemble without a paddle great and then immediately needed to be lead to something and then you know I've never had that wish ever I mean I just I don't know that I have the motivation or the drive to want to be that person. I'm not married to the job enough to really want to worry about that. Doc is that something that is a product of having a child or have. You always been this way. I've always been that way. Oh it wasn't something that I ever aspired to be a real away. If I failed or about audition it rolled off my back. Oh it didn't bother me like 'cause there was always a reason. Mother was told to me my agent on our manager. Or whatever like you're not right for this because this and I was like sure that's fine. I never went home crying after something. It's also the truth. I tried to tell this to Monaco. The she's not listening. But the fact that you were up against Elizabeth Moss for Peggy. I can't imagine you being Peggy Aggie because no me neither did anyone other than Elizabeth Moss rank Peggy. You might delivered it perfectly but then just the packaging. You're like well. I don't know that that all this other story we're gonNA tell on top of the exact same sense it nothing to do with your performance at all it's just no more succinctly just said you're too pretty to play Peggy uh-huh right in that can just that's can but I am. I supposed to be upset about that. Like I don't know then write me something interesting where I can can. Yeah look the way I look. I don't know yeah but most people leave those auditions and They they did what they wanted to do. And then they don't get it so then nate they start thinking like well. Maybe the thing I think I do well is not it and I need to refine what I'm doing and I'm like no if you know what you're doing are you can and find your voice and be you leave it at that and then you're going to be right or wrong for some stuff. Are- draft why was just had in the back of my mind that I wasn't going to be the and this job for a long like I'm going to do this going to be fun and then I'm GonNa go be a Marine biologist and get married have kids or live with my parents or whatever it is like I i. I wasn't worried about plan B.. I had my things that I could do or meteorologists. I got all kinds of things I wanted to still do by the way. Yeah have you ever guest meteorologist. No but I used to be obsessed with unsolved mysteries. Robert Stack member. Oh until Mr yes. I was scared of that. Show I wanted to you that guy so badly and and this is like January Jones reporting live from the tornado. Like I just wanted to be a mystery to know it kills me by the way of my weather Woman was January Jones. I would call bullshit. I'd be like that's not her name. January Jones all of a sudden. What about what really Dallas rainless ways but but again I immediately go? He made that name up but he may really be named Dallas Raines. I doubt it. But what if he was or there's another guy like stormy Daniels or no. That's yeah she should become a meteorology on the street. I Ah Oh boy oh boy. I renamed myself January snow okay. Do you let Keith Morrison. I know the name what does He. He's one of the league guys on Dateline. Oh yes silver her Fox yes they do or Dan Rather Tom Brokaw causeways. My favorite Tom. Bro- from South Dakota by. Yeah he's on the state shirt with me and are you. Are you as directed to them. Yeah just because they seem really smart and they they imbued confidence too. That's why they're good at it. They make everyone feel safe. They can deliver w very scary information but in a very calm way and you feel very even register. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's hot voice. Yeah who's is your dream may currently like Ricky Gervais as or. Oh Wow that's a good wall is going to be thrilled. Costed sit him at an awards. You're not having it. You're kidding it was really nervous thing. He was supposed Globes or something. Oh Buzzed Stephen Merchant. And I was like get me in there right now super nervy all my gosh. I'm so thrilled with Chris. Christly is Louis. He's Australian comedian. He did summer heights..

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"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I mean it is filled with terrible moments pitching a tent math class or your crush senior period stained your pants or not getting asked the prom and and having to go with your cousin. Now Imagine all that Plus Your Dad just died in your gay Australian half brother moved in to raise you on the new reform series. Everything's GonNa be okay. That's the hot mess. Mathilde genevieve have to put up with Mathilde. Who Has Autism Delivers Her dad's eulogy and ends up making it all about her? Which is actually kind of adorable? While genevieve shows up dressed like a child Hor widow. She said that not me and their half brother Nicholas ends up turning the funeral into a date. Very classy move. I know the whole dad. Dying thing sounds depressing but the show is actually really fun to watch. Everything's GonNa be okay. Premiers January sixteenth at eight thirty seven thirty.

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"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"It's a really horrific sickness that we have in this country also. How often do you worry about getting struck by lightning? Not Very often right. You're struck by lightning golfing or in the water. Okay so you actually worry about it. I'm never ever ever thinking about getting struck by lightning ever. I'm not worried about getting attacked by a bear. I'm not were you know. All these low percentage things right in fact more people get hit in the head with coconuts on vacation and diving get attacked by bears. But when you're walking in the woods you're consumed with the idea. You're going to get attacked fiber so I just think sometimes odds are really helpful in mitigating. uh-huh odds like so. He loves bears right now. He is concerned about that. I just told him what to do. If we're ever somewhere where a bear mountain lion comes make yourself really big big port. Your gun shall aim for the like eyeball. I Swim Sharks for Oh Chiena do Shark Conservation Association staff and I swim with them to do videos and stuff and he wants to start doing that. But since we've been talking about sharks we watch shark week and stuff in the ocean. He does like get worried about going out you. I assure given the tools and stuff and then also give him a percentage like you're more likely to die from a vending machine than a shark attack. And then he goes to a vending machines like you do it. Backfired on the big one is. How often are you worried driving into school in the car and that is the biggest odds number that you're gonNA get killed in the car and you're not too worried about it so let's just keep getting shies like a real well? It's becoming the real thing it needs to be solved and you should have an appropriate level of fear over it because there's no but there's no reason he's in for you to amplify the fear in your head. I don't think I'm amplifying it within him where he's thinking about it right. I don't think that you. Aw I mean I hope not. I mean we're in a theater and I'm like exit. Sorry he's like yeah. They're they're do you think about it when I do I do. I'm a mom like constantly worried some like a piano fall the window New York. I don't know like it's worry too much. Do you think you had that before. You had kids About certain things I have this Fear of fear like I. I'm I was afraid of sharks. Soy started diving with sharks. I was afraid of heights so I went skydiving with Qatar once. I just need to do it once face it. Can we dive into the sharks bit Pun. Intended is the most dangerous shark. You've swam in proximity to not in a cage. We don't do great whites and stuff in cages because that sort of defeats the purpose of visually having a cage. 'cause the whole saying is we should be afraid for sharks of and me in a cage. Hardly format awesome. But they're fascinating and I would love to if I did great whites. I think I would still do it even as a mom without a cage. If I was is comfortable with the Shark in question how would you know if the people that I was with new. The shark swept the same sharks a lot. And they're like this girl sweet. And what's this thing. Obviously if you're this shark's you've seen this thing where they can hypnotize sharks tonic analysis. That's when he flipped the shark when it's on Orcas do they bump it and they've flips it over vermonter sharks on its back. It goes into this translate state they either sink or just float. I've done it with tagging like the small shirks flip them over and then they're just limp. You can tag going to measure them and you are really also. He was hitting them on the nose. In a weird way back was a happy line of Lorenzini as little. You can't live Lorenzini. It's like they're six cents. So have you had any dicey calzone you were in there with sharks counter your movement. Only at one time. It was human era though so I was on A. We're in Binney in the Bahamas and we're trying to get some shots with just some reef sharks nurse in Lemon Sharks just reef sharks and the people on the boat where the cameras were around me and they wanted to chat with me like surrounded by sharks. So they're chumming the water which you're not supposed to do and like traumas hitting me the head so I was like dudes. It's like I'm being a safe as I can possibly be and if you're a spokesperson loses limits probably my campaign. Yeah ahead if I could find it off my head but if I lose like a little bland years sure did you panic at all. No I'd taken a Beta blocker. Okay because the low is your heart rate bright keeps it study. Yeah and that's amazing for shark diving because they sent your heart rate rising and that's when they you think you're prey. Oh my God. How can they sent your heart rate? Might have some new ambulance Lorenzini their sixth sense and they can sense fear. You know people well. I won't speak for everyone. I of course had the fantasy of taking on a French love. I've never got to do that right and I want them to speak. Speak French the whole time sexy. I think if I went on a date with you and I learned that you could say that word I would really want you to say it as often as possible in a romantic setting Monica. Do you WanNa Frenchman to speak to you in French. No I'm the only one of the only humans in America who's not taken by accents like I don't like accent. Well it depends on the accent. I don't like any of them. I don't like British myself. The quota accident comes out or you're going to be Alfred also like American contracted to actress by the accent. Yeah you know people like girls love a British accent so penelope. Cruz isn't prettier. Because of the way she talks.

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"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

16:02 min | 2 years ago

"january." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Dream come true and that's why you like them so much he's got to always be with them. There was a Bachelorette or I don't even know Abacha Batra Jason Mez neck remember him. He was a bachelor and he picked Melissa and then he during after the final Yes yes yes his second choice. Who is molly? That's happened again. Recently I heard yes always good to have a backup. Well Yeah So. Then he called seconds and Molly Jason were. They're they're married now still and they have a kid to kids. We've the first one it was early on. It was oh I I want to say it was like a rally. What is their thirty? Some seasons of by now for sure more with ADS Lorette and Basham Paradise I watch all of it was so adorable. Is that Monica. Not only lost her shit when she saw them she then launched into like she was checking in with their social. Oh media to see like if they were eating in restaurants Lee stocking was like Veronica Mars. EANET like you're really mapping out dream. They got so into the bachelor. One season that I was I was instagram. Things and then interview magazine called and asked if I would write an article about the season finale and then I did a bit for Kimmel where I was like reporting live from BMI dining room or whatever and cut super into it and it was won a Nick seasons he did several and I was just blasting that guy and then I went on court in and did the same thing different story. But that's all I had to talk about that at that time. I don't know if maybe it is. The show is on. I don't know what I was there to promote ended up talking about the bachelor and then Nick slid into my. DM's it and he's like. I'm so sorry that your perception of me is so negative. I'd love to take you out to coffee and see if I can change your mind and I was like God did. Did you go so I I was. I hate that guy. My sister's like giving johnny go you will forever regret agreed to go on a date with him. As I met Archer drinks whatever and as I met him I was rounding the corner and I saw is very distinct walk and I had this instinct like run up to him and right mailings around his waist. You know like they do. Oh Wow he's so sad that you stopped yourself by the way out of the date go. Allie dead was grilling about the show. We couple dates. Yeah Lucky Har- laid this new. I was about. I'm so good you just started telling but but I was going to say you've been single. Why not date those? Because like if I were like we love this show let me tell you some we. I love the show. What is it Monica on? MTV Are you the one do you watch that. It's phenomenal and every season I am attracted to at least two of the ten girls Dell's pretty profoundly and certainly I was single. I would go out of my weight's who have gone on dates with some of those people just want to hook up with them. Yeah that's the boy girl. Things the thing that attracted me to neck was that he seemed like I mean he was cast as the quote unquote villain. He was actually he had a bit of a brain. Yeah so it was. There was something something else there right. That's all we were talking about really a lot of juicy inside stuff. Why shouldn't I don't work for? ABC The how they holiday. Yeah when they come out of the Limo and they all have these little sticks or whatever like reducers are handing them to them and then I just felt bad for the people like the Dolphin Costume. Yeah and and there's all kinds of other stuff but they do like share a lot of germs. Lots with lots of it. He really felt like he was in love on that. That's that's my main real question. Yes okay yeah several times. Wow Four seasons. Yeah he has. A podcast is very successful. I know you asked me to be on it. Yeah Yeah you should be talking about this. Yeah well we we have I'm not going to divulge our source but we had someone really entrenched entrenched in the. Are you the one camp okay in some of the stuff. He told us that was happening. Sexually in that house was like a one guy. I like There's GonNa Graphics so Plug Yours. If you're timid he a European there was some digital insertion and show our muscular guy in the digital insertion then evolved into him lifting her up off the ground and like ten people or watching the monitors honors. It was all be in. Everyone's just like what's happening shower right now and I think that was very strong. Aw and she was an XY so don't worry about her because I'm a little concerned about the anatomy here but everything was on some island. There are some like threesomes and like the P eight like. WHO's sitting behind the camera or like just watching that also weird? Do you ever see the movie. Colors Sean Penn and Robert duvall yes. There's a moment in Sean Penn's a young police officer right. And he's Israeli tenacious and wants to go to everything and Robert Duvall says you know the story about the old ramming. The young man sitting on the top of the hill looking out at the valley full of sheep in the young Ram. AM says let's run down there and fuck one of those in the old one says. Let's walk down and fuck them all. It's like an old joe right and every time I'm watching are either one. I think a when I was young I would. I would have screwed up so bad on that show. I would've got there and I was slept with whoever was open to sleeping with me immediately and I would have not played any long-term game amy. I would have made a terrible name for myself right out the gates because I would have ran down but some of these other to find love on that show in theory. There's there's ten. There's ten boys ten girls and they have a perfect match there and they don't know who it is and they have to go on all these dates and then they declare who they think their matches at the end of every episode and they have to get all ten right to win the money. People never choose the right match for them as though clearly not or does beg the question. What Algorithms doing? Because you know there's who would be a good match for you. Generally not who people are attracted to ask. I mean you almost have to pick when you're older like on the opposite of what I like because the pattern that would I like ends in Monica and I have a similar thing and I can't imagine you suffer from it because you're very beautiful but Monica they go on yes. You're right as you root beer than we are. She was a model degree. You're gorgeous but on she was a Monico on. TRY TO DIG Yourself. No Ice Dam by you. You know whatever Monica and I will like somebody and then the second. That person likes us back. We realize Oh. They weren't as good as we thought they were all so they wouldn't like us. Uh Self Eight. Yeah like this weird. It's like a format self sabotage. I've done that before acted just. It's like an idiot on a first date and if they call me back I'm like what's your calling me back then clearly. I'm not going to like you because you like like that version of me here. Yeah well are you well first of all you're with so that's the only thing I really know. And he's He's as gorgeous as they got him yet is it is I. I Love Mellon I love their kids in it all worked out great but also a little regretful. You guys in just pop one out. Just see what that facial structure would have been like because I think it would have been really nice. We had some dogs. No No. You're a super young we matt when we're in nineteen and then we broke up twenty two you. You must have both felt like a safe port in a storm. Him being from Iowa each other we live together Opened that's your I. We travel like for Christmas. Must be do my house and then his house and but yeah same upbringing similar experience childhood and all that. Yeah and you're both in New York which is like arriving at the speed of light and at some time he must be like what the fuck am I doing here and also very similar in both Kinda get recommended to model in high school. Yes what happened to you. I graduated high school early and was getting in some trouble just because I was floundering around and waiting to go to college my mom entered entered me into I the Miss Teen South Dakota pageant and then to a modeling school in Omaha and that's where I got scout please tell me about the Miss Teen Pageant I just and my dad the VHS got shifted over to a DVD. which I won't even legacy and I watched it and it's very very difficult to watch because I'm so shy and so awkward mayors Soulard Talk like a sailor outfit and I submitted very last minute so I didn't have? You're supposed to have a certain a number of community service and a talent which I did not dance tap. Like all these girls are doing gymnastics and trailing batons and shit and I wrote a story about America and recited that a story. I wrote a fictional sterling one. And it's really sweep just heartbreaking to watch 'cause I'm just like shaking on stage and then my dad walks me down in my evening gown which was borrowed and had sleeves. It was just. It was hard. It was hard to watch. I didn't place you didn't place now. What was the vibe backstage was cut throat or was it supportive? I don't remember it being being cutthroat like you see on TV or whatever then my mom. Sarah spraying my hair and curling it. I just remember being super nervous. I'm kind kind of bummed because everyone's seem so intimidating and more accomplished and well they probably they'll probably wouldn't their first pageant. Oh no yeah start girl. The one was Chester Austin Anderson. She was gorgeous into a different high school than me and she Yet I wonder if she's a name. Your Child Chaston. You know she's going going to be a teen pageant right plan. You have a path for although I'm January Jones could be. Here's what you shared. Listen common which is a Bradley Cooper's birthday oh I only know this because I'm three days before Cooper January second you are yes and we were both named named after the worst but We're also both named after characters. In novels who is yours. DAX was the lead character of this book called the adventures by Harold Robbins that my mother read while she was pregnant with me that I've never read I did read once is not enough. It was by Jacqueline Susann. My mom read the book and then they made a TV movie with Kirk. Douglas and my MOM LOVES ROMANCE NOVELS. So my dad would peek through just for this experts. Sure any any saw that in January. Her name is January Wayne and he just thought that would sound good with Jones and then I happened to be born in January. 'cause they picked it up before I was even conceive..

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