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Fresh update on "jason" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:34 sec | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "jason" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Tonight at Indiana nets are in Houston They just won in Dallas one O two 99 came from 17 down in the second half of the net still have not had back to back losses this season Dallas coached by former net star player and coach Jason Kidd has lost its last 5 home games 7th straight win for the rangers they sweep a home at home from Chicago 6 to two are Timmy Panera two goals to assist islanders won 5 three in Ottawa got a pair of goals from Andre's lead both second period Talk about a much needed win the islanders had lost 11 in a row College jokes at the garden Villanova beat Syracuse the baseball lockout does not prevent the mets from hiring a new manager They have interviewed Brad auspice formerly managed the tigers and angels they'll talk this week with bob guerin one time Yankee catcher managed the Padres now the bench coat to the Dodgers Jason Garrett fired his giants offensive coordinator now a candidate to.

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Murder charge for Ohio deputy in Casey Goodson Jr. shooting

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 5 d ago

Murder charge for Ohio deputy in Casey Goodson Jr. shooting

"Yeah yeah hi hi sheriff's sheriff's deputy deputy has has been been charged charged with with murder murder in in the the shooting shooting nearly nearly one one year year ago ago of of Casey Casey goods goods and and junior junior Jason Jason made made the the now now retired retired Franklin Franklin County County sheriff's sheriff's deputy deputy who who fatally fatally shot shot Casey Casey good good to to junior junior has has turned turned himself himself into into law law enforcement enforcement after after being being indicted indicted by by a a grand grand jury jury and and charged charged with with murder murder and and reckless reckless homicide homicide he he was was finishing finishing up up work work with with the the fugitive fugitive task task force force in in Columbus Columbus needs needs attorney attorney says says Goodson Goodson was was gesturing gesturing with with the the gun gun as as he he drove drove in in that that the the former former deputy deputy acted acted within within his his lawful lawful duties duties when when he he pursued pursued good good sent sent to to investigate investigate the the felony felony weapons weapons offense offense he he witnessed witnessed relative relative say say good good said said was was holding holding a a sandwich sandwich not not a a gun gun as as he he was was trying trying to to unlock unlock the the door door to to his his grandmother's grandmother's house house and and autopsy autopsy found found goods goods and and was was shot shot a a total total of of six six times times once once in in the the buttocks buttocks and and five five times times in in the the back back within within hours hours of of the the announcement announcement good good since since family family held held a a news news conference conference to to say say they they have have filed filed a a federal federal civil civil rights rights lawsuit lawsuit against against meat meat and and Franklin Franklin County County M. M. of of office office space space this this is is mother mother Tamela Tamela Payne Payne says says she's she's overwhelmed overwhelmed by by joy joy after after a a year year of of fighting fighting for for charges charges in in a a case case where where there there were were no no body body cameras cameras and and no no witnesses witnesses I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Fresh update on "jason" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

00:56 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jason" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Going on. The media treats a wonderful day for hockey. That's true every single day. But especially today now that we're getting to chat, it's been a while man. I don't know, we've done a show together for a while. So here's the plan for people. There really isn't one. It's been a long time since we've been able to chat. So I figured it'd be good for us to just catch up. And I texted you some ideas of just a random grab bag of topics that I've had on the mind recently while watching these games. And you were like, oh, that makes sense. And ties in together neatly into a kind of one baked cohesive unit. So I think we're just going to do that. So I'll start us off. The Dallas stars top line. I know you wrote about them in part of your book. When did they come out? When did the 2021 version come out a couple months ago? I want to say like a round September like right before the season. Because the whole idea was I had 6 chapters and I wanted to pick 6 talking points, sorry, ten. Yeah, this one is ten chapters. But Ted talking points that were kind of ahead of the curve. And one of them, I think that's worked out really well, the Dallas one. It really has. And so I can't believe I'm saying this, but this is a team that I had 30th on my watch ability rankings just a couple of weeks ago and the first few weeks of the season were dreadful to watch. It was a team and they just looked completely listless. They were just comfortable playing these low score and games and trying to drag it out towards over time. And there wasn't really any ambition involved. And things have completely flipped, and that's largely because of this top line. And I've in fact made a point of seeking out stars games just so I can watch them do their thing in the offensive zone because they play off of each other so beautifully. They compliment each other's individual strengths so perfectly. And I think what they're doing is quite instructive and I think you also hit on that approach of theirs in your book as well. But I think listeners might be interested to hear more about it. I just wrote about at length as well for your insight. But it's kind of these three players that don't necessarily. Ideally in theory if you think about it, right? You've got this burner and rupee hands. You've got a 37 year old Jo Pope belsky and you've got this power forward and Jason Roberts and who fell in his draft class because of concerns about his skating..

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October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last week

October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would

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 Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might

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Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:48 min | Last week

Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Second Listen let me get right to your book because I loved it I was I got a copy got it early It talks about your time at Fox News from the beginning And listen I find this really hilarious I was looking through the book review It says that you divine quote great truths about the nature of our country while stumbling across beaches asking oblivious college students basic political questions Please if you could expound a bit on that Well one of the great truth I divine just by calling in within one second was because I have to cheat my wife when we have dinner reservations I have to say we have reservations at 7 when they're really at 7 30 But then they get kicked to that But then I've tried that with my wife but that may get hit to that stunt Then you have to back it down another ride No no really 6 30 I know that trick So tell it though tell us about the book It's a great book I found it hilarious Everything from the mom to eats to your time with man on the street interviews Really it's an interesting story of not just you but the whole media environment I know that the title of the book how I save the world is you know meant to be funny but it's a really interesting book So yeah so I used to be dispatched to all of these liberal precincts all across the country New beaches San Francisco Washington D.C. spring break And I would interview liberals in their natural habitat And what I found was that they are very insecure people whose lives lack meaning And in order to make up for that lack of meaning they project all of their insecurities onto the rest of us And they do that through control They do that through controlled and they do that through division And that's just in order to assuage their guilt and so they have someone to blame Because deep down Dan you know they believe this country was founded on inequality and racism And they need to be able to make up for that So they need to just demolish the country And they need to be in charge of remaking the country in a way that they see as just and fair Is it just and fair No of course not It's the same thing that's happening in Cuba You give up a little bit of your freedom in exchange for a life of comfort but it never works out all they do is control you and they dominate you And they try to just get into all of your life's little secrets and just nag the hell out of you until you say okay enough already And that's what they're doing right now They're just nagging us to death And enough is enough Sometimes you just have to act like a parent you're a parent You just say no Knock it off We're not doing this anymore And that's what this country lacks a little bit of a

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

03:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"As the name might have given away, I'm Jason beam, and we talk about horse racing. So that's what we're going to do. I like to picture somebody new listening to the show and they just heard that corny intro. They're just like, nope. Let's see. Let's see what's going on over Steve big show. Four to tell. One of the other ones not taking listen to this idiot. Anyways, happy to be with you guys here on this Monday, a new week, a shortened holiday week. Of course, so Thanksgiving author Thursday we will have shows Monday through Thursday. I get Thanksgiving off. I get the major holidays off. That's part of my deal. And so we'll have guest tomorrow. We'll have guest Wednesday. We'll have just Jason Thursday. Don't want to bother the jury guys. It's their Thanksgiving too. Chef is often said, though, on holidays, I can still bug him. So maybe I'll bug shop. We'll see. But looking forward to that, of course, Wednesday opening day for us here down a Tampa Bay downs. The card is drawn the morning line odds are set. And big fields. 9 in the first race, and then everything else is ten or more. So they're not going to go easy on your buddy here. But as I told my boss, I said, I eat ten horse fields for breakfast. No prob colonial. They give me 14 for the early double every day. What is Tam? What is 11 or 12? So I'm looking forward to that. We'll talk more about that of course on tomorrow's show. Rent for others going to join us. She's our handicapper and analyst out at Tampa Bay downs. We'll talk about the meat. We'll probably talk a little bit about opening day in a couple of races and just catch up with ren. She of course does a lot of work for the breeders cup as well. See what she's been doing with them and some of the interview stuff she does and more. Pat, I know, we're talking to rent on Wednesday. It'll be a four opening day at Tampa. Tomorrow's pack Cummings. From the third idea foundation, racing think tank pat they just released another. They've been releasing these, I think they call them they call white papers. I forget exactly what the verbiage is. But, you know, yeah. But we'll talk he writes a lot about betting, obviously wrote about the delmar incident and of course patent his group have been working and talking about a lot of stuff in the world of racing. So I thought it would be very fun to catch up with Patton. See what going on with all of that stuff and more. I realized I've known pat for 15 years because I started I met pat for the first time like one of my first weeks at river downs. He stopped by. So always good to have him on the show. So looking forward to that tomorrow rent or others Wednesday and I said Thursday, we'll preview. The weekend, but it'll also be like, you know, Thursday, Friday, Saturday because their stakes races Thursday Friday and Saturday. There's good stakes race Thursday Friday Saturday. Some even good ones I think Sunday. The Sunday the 28th of Churchill is closing day, so that'll be the final stars of tomorrow day and there's also a mandatory payout that day. And you know, I always like to keep you guys up to date on some of the promos going on at to inspire stock Tom. They're going to have a hidden split at a $3000 for the pick 6 on the 28th. And make sure with every promo you got to go to the website and opt in. It's also Kentucky Derby future pool one coming up this weekend and if you opt in $50.

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Peter Doocy Presses Jen Psaki on 'Build Back Better' Bill Raising the Deficit

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Peter Doocy Presses Jen Psaki on 'Build Back Better' Bill Raising the Deficit

"Jen Psaki still claims that the bed the build back better Whatever We'll reduce the deficit Even after the congressional budget office has said no it won't See this is what Jason whitlock was talking about on my Fox show last Sunday You have people who reject the truth who deny the truth And this is what destroys a country They want to believe what they want to believe That's their truth And they reject evidence they reject knowledge They experience In fact and they point the finger at you claiming you do That's what destroys a country Peter doocy that young man deserves every award in journalism He really does Cut 14 Go President gonna stop saying the build back better plan does not increase the deficits One single scent We now know that that is not true It is true and I would note the several economists and experts out there I think you're probably talking about the CBO score Which Joe Biden himself in 2010 called the gold standard For Democrats and Republicans Will Peter since we're all here to communicate with the public about accurate information what I would just note is that one of the components that experts Democrats and Republicans including former heads of the CBO have pointed to is that IRS IRS enforcement is not something that there's a lot of experience in the CBO a scoring They still squirted but it's got to shut up you idiot You liar

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Tiffany Cross, Does It Bother You Working for a White Board of Directors at Comcast?

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross, Does It Bother You Working for a White Board of Directors at Comcast?

"By the way Jason whitlock was on my show Sunday did a fantastic job as did Byron Donald In whenever I bring somebody on my program they wind up everywhere If you notice that and here we go today So this is Tiffany cross Can you imagine going to bed at night and waking up in the morning And all you can think about is race and racism constantly Tiffany do you know that you work for a company that's called Comcast that's overwhelmingly white board of directors and the owners are white Are you aware of this Are you aware of this Tiffany Does that not repulse you And yet you're hired by them How can that be Because they think like you According to Jonathan K part that doesn't matter just because you hire black people just because they're not even if you marry them You don't get absolution because we all know if you marry a person of another faith or another race you're doing it because you want absolution It's how sick these people are That's how sick these people aren't

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Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

"On veteran's day the seventy fifth home built by the Gary Sinise foundation will be gifted to a veteran in Texas Sinise is best known for the character he played in Forrest Gump the Gary Sinise foundation launched ten years ago to help veterans like it's lieutenant Dan character including marine corps staff sergeant Jason Ross everything below his hips are gone from an improvised explosive device blast in Afghanistan his dad's a Vietnam veteran is is mom and dad are as full time care givers I've got two daughters and we wanted to build a specially adapted smart technology home for him it was built in California they're controlled by AI pads and you can raise the shades and put the lights down you have security cameras and and the hallways are being here and I'm and then the showers are more manageable A. A. R. P. profiled Sinise's work with Ross in a short film called reporting for duty I'm at Donahue

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"To find out what offers are available to you. All right back here on the Jason bean horse racing podcast brought to you by twin spires Thursday edition of the program from beautiful Bakersfield California. As I've said before, this might go to stop. I've probably recorded, I mean, it's gotta be like, I've had to recorded 8 podcasts here over the years at this hotel. And I've told the story before of when I felt off the chair here, when I was interviewing Garret skiba, shoutout skips. But yeah, like this is my go to spot on the head over to Vegas tomorrow and then gonna stay at south point, which I've never stayed at. I'm very excited for this. I feel like I drive by it every time, obviously, because I always come in from the west, which the freeway from LA kind of actually comes into Vegas from the south. Like you go east till you're like right under Vegas and then you drive north like 40 miles. So very excited to stay at south point, probably try to watch the Thursday Night Football game. If I can try to do some work going to look ahead to some of the weekend action coming up and we can preview show. They already shiller coming up. Very excited for the big a opening up. I talked about it the other day. The fall meet there, I just love it. I don't know why. It seems like it's always good field size. It's always competitive races that you can get some prices, turf, all that kind of stuff. It's just a good meat. So we'll talk about the already schiller, the dream supreme stakes at Churchill. We'll talk about that tomorrow sconce and versus bells the one in their rematch. I saw Cory lane already had a three day vacation for riding in fraction, but we'll be back for the big race on Saturday. The delta miles coming up this weekend over to delmar of the Desi Arnaz and Tristan's trio down at Laurel park. It would bind with a couple of greatest stakes races the best Arabian. I say that right, bessarabian and the maple leaf steaks, so we can't preview edition of a tomorrow show coming up, or we can previa dish of this show, come here to our mind. I'll be the first to admit to you guys. I keep it real, right? For the most part, I feel like I'm pretty honest with you. I did not get much sleep last night. It was just I didn't feel good when I got home and I think I got three hours of sleep, which isn't terrible, but it's not good, and so my brain is a little foggy, and so I probably won't go too much longer on the show for that reason. But appreciate guys bear with me. Like I said, I know when I'm traveling, I usually try to do interviews, but with everything going on this week, it was just kind of a mad scramble to get out of town to start hidden down to Tampa. I should get to Tampa on Sunday afternoon or early Monday and that we have interviews already scheduled for next week. So we'll be back to normal next week, but today. And tomorrow will be just me on the road. No jury tomorrow. I haven't figured out exactly how we're going to do the jury now with Ed gone. In the intermediate time we might just try to get James and Scott on and keep doing it that way where I might just do my do my own thing a little bit. So we'll see, you know, we'll see what we decide. I suppose when I say what we decide it's whatever I decide to do, but also what the guys can do. I do think the jury is I've worried over the years about it like becoming stale just because it's very formulaic, but I also know a lot of people enjoy it, so they tell me and it is for me fund just because I think it makes for kind of a casual weekend preview discussion and you know, not too much of a serious handicapping endeavor. And so I don't know. We'll see. I got to what kind of see how it goes, maybe for this week and, you know, with no jury, but we'll definitely have him back. I think because I want to get the breeders cup thoughts, I want to hear from shap and obviously the Churchill meets going in full swing. We're only a couple weeks away from the big weekend down there. The Clark coming up on the 26th, the false city. Thanksgiving Day, and then that Saturday is the big day the goldenrod, the Kentucky jockey club, the fern creek stakes for 200,000, the lively shyly. That name after a horse, lively shy of or is it just a name for a random person? I always love that Thanksgiving weekend card at del mar too, the Hollywood Derby and the Jimmy Durante and the what else is there. It's the matriarch that we get. I got to go to that a couple of years when I was driving back from Calder in 18 and 19 and just a really fun weekend. Don't wear false fun. I like it. I have never experienced del mar summer, but del mar fall I have, and I enjoy it. Why don't we close out this edition of the program? Like I said, a little bit of a short show and a little bit of an informal show today, but we're traveling. We're trying to make sure to get you guys a new show every day we can, and we'll be back tomorrow. I'm going to spend most of my Wednesday evening, looking ahead to some of those races tomorrow if you're playing the Indiana grand pick 5 today best of luck with that. And we will see you guys back tomorrow. Everybody have a good rest of your Thursday..

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NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | Last month

NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms

"Here's the front of the New York Post, vaccine emergency with deadline days away 37% of New York beat cops 35% of firefighters in New York are refusing the vaccine, and they got a big emergency. On their hands. A huge emergency on their hands. In New York. And what are they going to do? Do you think it's by design, listen to this? Here's an editorial in the post by Jason Johnson. And I read this, Jason Johnson as president of the law enforcement legal defense fund, his former deputy commissioner of the Baltimore police department. And the headline of his article is New York City will pay a huge price for de Blasio's vaccine mandate for police. Now think about this. If almost 40% of the beat cops here in New York City are not vaccinated, and they have to get fired? What do you think that's going to do to public safety in New York? If over 35% of New York firefighters are unvaccinated and they get fired, what will that do to public safety? When there are any firefighters to put the fires out,

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Lightning finally get regulation lead, beat Penguins 5-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Lightning finally get regulation lead, beat Penguins 5-1

"Five different Tampa Bay Lightning players scored and Andrei Vasile lefty made twenty eight saves as Tampa top the Pittsburgh Penguins five to one Brayden point Ondrej Palat Ryan McDonagh Mikhail Sergachev and Alex killorn all scored for the lightning as John Cooper's team lead in regulation for the first time this season the lightning are now three three and one the pain was lost for the first time in regulation this year Jason Zucker scored for short handed Pittsburgh which was without star Sidney Crosby Evgeni Malkin and Kris letang Tristan Jarry made twenty six saves as Pittsburgh fell to three two one one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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The Ivy League Doesn't Just Train Tyrants for Our Oligarchy...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | Last month

The Ivy League Doesn't Just Train Tyrants for Our Oligarchy...

"John, smear, you've got a thousand articles that stream dot org. What should we talk about now? Well, I have a piece I did with our good friend Jason Jones and the title is the Ivy League doesn't just train tyrants for our oligarchy. Harvard is churning out commandants for Uighur concentration camp. Okay, not a joke. This is serious. Jason Jones is a hero, what do you say in the article about what I believe is doing? Well, the Financial Times reported and the daily caller reprinted. Two officials who oversee detention camps accused committing genocide against Uyghur Muslims in Zhang China previously received fellowships from Harvard University, the Financial Times reported. They studied at the Harvard University's center for democratic governance and innovation while pursuing a doctorate. We were asked center. Yes. ASH center for democratic governance and innovation. Doesn't that sound like a nice, happy, clappy thing, democratic governance and Internet innovation? Well, when you hear happy phrases like that, on the lips of Harvard people, what they really mean is genocide camps in China for Christians and Muslims who won't tow the government

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No. 3 Oklahoma holds off Kansas 35-23 behind Williams' runs

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

No. 3 Oklahoma holds off Kansas 35-23 behind Williams' runs

"Third ranked Oklahoma overcame a sluggish first half by outscoring Kansas thirty five thirteen in the second of a thirty five twenty three win over the J. hawks coach Lincoln Riley was frustrated by the Sooners first half performance really poor football the first south all the way around in all these especially showed up the long drives that we couldn't get Kansas off the field a lot of that because of penalties Caleb Williams threw for two touchdowns and ran forty yards for a score on a pivotal fourth down play a sixty six yard run by trevan when I set up the Sooners go ahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter Jason bean passed for two hundred forty six yards and a score for Kansas which led seventeen seven late in the third quarter the Sooners are eight no overall five know when the big twelve I'm Dave Ferrie

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Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks

"Cam reddish scored twenty points and Trae young added nineteen and the hawks one thirteen eighty seven route of Luca di church in the Mavericks Atlanta added to a seven point halftime lead by outscoring Dallas thirty five twenty in the third quarter young scored twelve points and dished out nine assists in the decisive period reddish led a stellar effort from the D. parks badge which contributed forty four points to go to get a win like that on first game I was used to be a better on that side of the floor all up to you to keep progress on working on that but overall gonna catch was held to eighteen points on six of seventeen shooting to go along with eleven rebounds and seven assists the Mavericks shot a dismal thirty three percent in losing their first game under new coach Jason Kidd I'm the ferry

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Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms

"Anyway how do you know that Democrats think they will lose the House majority in the midterm she writes Because they are already crafting the excuse And they have Stacey Abrams who cause lies about her race in Georgia but that's okay She's allowed to deny an election What do you think about that Liz I bet Liz Cheney is no problem at all But about Benny Benny Johnson the chairman of the committee is he concerned about that No not in the least it's Benny Everyone knows Benny Once again Abrams was confident she could be the governor of Georgia and would have been if not for voter suppression of course Then the Senate majority leader such as he is schmuck E Chuck E. Schumer brought S 27 47 also known as the freedom to vote act up for a cloture vote Republicans filibustered the bill unanimously voting against it Because they're obviously all white supremacist who support Jim Crow I want you to listen to this The bill is senator Joe Manchin so called compromise bill to replace the for the people act When you hear it as a compromise bill you may assume Republicans were on board according to Jason sneed executive director the honest elections project mansions only compromises were between the left and the radical left Just like HR one this bill overrides state voter ID requirements Bans election integrity measures for absentee voting makes it harder for states to maintain updated accurate voter registration roles This is the mansion you see the moderate compromise I don't trust this guy mansion I don't trust this guy

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No 12 Oklahoma State rallies late to beat No. 25 Texas 32-24

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

No 12 Oklahoma State rallies late to beat No. 25 Texas 32-24

"Twelve ranked Oklahoma state remains unbeaten after scoring the last nineteen points in a thirty two twenty four victory over number twenty five Texas Tanner brown's fourth field goal of the game gave the cowboys their first lead Spencer Sanders gave Oklahoma state briefing room by scrambling for a ten yard TD with two eighteen remaining Jaylen Warren finished with one hundred ninety four yards rushing on thirty three carries Jason Taylor the second eighty five yard interception returned for a touchdown in the second quarter kept the six in Ocala boys in the game Texas led seventeen three and twenty four thirteen before falling to four and three I'm Dave Ferrie

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Meet Virginia Attorney General Candidate Jason Miyares

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last month

Meet Virginia Attorney General Candidate Jason Miyares

"But there's a fantastic candidate who's also running for attorney general In the state of Virginia And wouldn't it be wonderful if all three statewide constitutional positions flipped And his name is Jason meares Jason how are you sir It is great to be with you Mark So much for thank you so much for having me on Well it's a pleasure Now tell us about yourself Tell the whole country about yourself because you have a very very interesting background as well Go right ahead Well listen I like to say my former prosecutor in Virginia Beach represent that area in the House of delegates now My story actually doesn't begin in Virginia Beach It begins in a vanna Cuba when a scared 19 year old girl got an airplane and you lost in homeless and not on board next meals get to come from And that was my mother Miriam miara is and so you know I tell my daughters all the time gratitude is one of the most underrated of all human traits I was raised to have such gratitude that I can live in this amazing country So my mother fled communist Cuba in the fall of 1965 leaving the only non democracy in the western hemisphere And almost 50 years of the day that she'd last in the fall of 2015 she was able to go into a voting booth and get a ballot and vote for me to represent her in the oldest democracy in the western hemisphere the Virginia accidental gets And so that's what I call the American miracle And we'll be ever forget that it is a miracle It's a precious thing And one of the things that makes it so precious is the fact that we're a country with a first written constitution and recorded history that empowers the individual rather than empowering government And that is what has created more flourishing of human ingenuity and prosperity than any country in the history of the world And we have to remember that as a people or we're quickly going to go to the way of some of these other

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House sends debt limit hike to Biden, staving off default

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

House sends debt limit hike to Biden, staving off default

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the house sends the debt limit hike to president Biden staving off of federal default the yeas are two nineteen the nays are two oh six without the house of representatives approved a temporary hike in the nation's debt limit it sharing the federal government can pay its bills for the next two months but the extension only kicked the can down the road to December with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell already saying the GOP will not help next time the battle played out again Tuesday with finger pointing on the house floor house speaker Nancy Pelosi it is sad that Republican obstruction is delayed action for so long Republican representative Jason Smith countered I am glad that I decided to wear my boots today because it's getting deep in the swamp up here today having already passed the Senate the debt limit bill now goes to president Joe Biden for his signature Mike Rossi up Washington

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Oil pipeline damage may have happened months before the massive oil spill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Oil pipeline damage may have happened months before the massive oil spill

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Coast Guard says an anchor strike on the leaking pipeline off southern California's coast may have occurred months before the oil spill authorities investigating the oil pipeline break off southern California said Friday the original damage may have occurred much earlier than first thought we're fairly certain that there was one at least initiating incident that occurred several months to a year ago captain Jason Neubauer heads the U. S. Coast Guard office of investigations and analysis we are now sifting through one year worth of automatic identification system data radar images the leak was confirmed last weekend on Saturday morning the size of the spill remains unknown but the Coast Guard estimates that from twenty five thousand gallons to one hundred thirty two thousand gallons leaked off Huntington beach hi

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:04 min | 2 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"I don't. it's not even on the list. We we sell most of our male offspring and we keep the females. So it's really not even a plan to say. Hey i got to go win the kentucky derby which obviously is something you here you know. It's probably the biggest thing you would here. But i would say trust me i. There are definitely days where i say you know. Wouldn't it be great if people knew who the heck we were sometimes and You know for all the good things that we're doing but it's you know it'll come when it comes. The you mentioned the trainers. I think it's interesting but also kinda great because i am a big advocate that i've met a lot of trainers who were small barnes middle of the road barnes who are excellent horse people and who are just as good as the big guys. It's just a matter that you know. I think there's a thought that you know x y. And z. Or i should say. Abc are all just better trainers. And i don't think that's the case. I in a lotta situations How do you go. Pawn kind of the selection process of who to work with as a trainer. Yeah so I actually very very key point. All of our trainers are not named brand trainers. You know they're not they're not gonna come up when somebody's rolodex and say well you know everybody knows who that person is No i in all of our cases. There's a handful of criteria one. The trainer must be hands on meaning. They have to be in the barn where their horses are touching the horses every single day If they're not that they're not going to be our trainer so that eliminates all of the big barn people who have tons of assistance. And who are doing all the training right not not gonna be with us. Second is They have to be ultra clean. No you can't even dabble in the gray area with us if you dabble in the gray area at all. And i'm not talking about one positive if you've got that because the rule the medications are so wacky. I'm talking about people who have multiple medication fails or you visit them. And you question some of their techniques on not gonna do that. The third other thing for us is that they have to have wonderful communication skills. I mean we're all about building bringing a large group of people they have to be willing to talk to those people at the track. They have to be willing to smile in handshake. And and take the occasional question So very important for us And then i would say the last thing is is that they have to be believers in what we are doing. The the vision that we have if they're if they're not Then they're probably not gonna last long and you know. The criteria laid out would eliminate almost every single name-brand trainer. You can think of well really appreciate the time. Like i said it's a world we've we've entered in conversation with few times before but I wanted to hear a little bit about what you guys are. Doing was hobby staples dot com is the website. What's the origin of using the word. Masaba you just enjoy spicy horse. Radish the the venture capital firm that i founded or co founded is called the savvy venture so when i moved over to the racing world just kept it was obvi- but the original thing was the two guys that founded with solving myself and a guy named chris We're big sushi fan so we just you know we we. We needed a name and that was that was the name we came up with shimmy. Stables does does come off the tongue though it does the alliteration oh man as a race caller. I love literature of names. They make they make my job. I've been. I've been trying to get stoned to say By the dirt pile at the three eighths of a mile because they got those big dirt piles but he just. He's not going for you. I don't know why is he cares about his reputation. Yes jason i wonder if drive from warm more key point about sabi and and i think it's a really what makes us so unique Is one we have tons of communication. We have a channel. And it's only the people in the club We call it a club but it's not a club in the traditional racing world. But it's you know it's only people part of the group who communicate so they're they've they've created friends around the country which is key and important and the second thing is which is where we are wacky unique to the point of you know people laugh at me. when racing people On any of our claiming horses You you can't if you join one of the horses. You can't lose money beyond the cost of the horse If the horse loses money racing i personally eat all the lawsuits on there. There are no ongoing bills. There's no ongoing expenses. There's nothing crazy hidden. Y- i it's so that's why i'm saying it's it's it's a very unique model No one else could. Frankly tugging no one else should do it. but You know in which my one my one underlying thing on all syndicates is if you're if you're running a syndicate out there or you're joining us syndicate if the syndicate is making money off the people joining or the or the just the raw selling of the horses that's the syndicate. You don't want to be a part. It's okay to charge some kind of admin fee because people have to make a living if they're doing this as a full-time thing that's fine. Some kind of small admin see some kind of small transparent up charge completely fine but if if you're making money just by the sheer fact that people are joining. Then that's a problem. I t k will really appreciate the conversation. Thank you so much thank you. Thanks for having me one. That was wonderful. All right we'll be right back after the short time jason jason horse horseracing podcast brought to you by twin spires. This is the jason beam racing. Podcast brought to you by twin spires..

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:24 min | 2 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"I'm making money off of that. So that's that's one model that exists in the world there are there are some percentage of the of the syndicates that exist in the world. That do it exactly that way. The next the next type of model that you'll see is is someone Does the same thing they buy horse and there there's no markup but what they do is they charge a larger monthly fees to sort of cover their expenses and Along the way but they'll they'll they'll say there's no markup on the worst that's one the second model the third model that you'll generally run into is is someone who takes The same same kind of approach. They by horse they syndicated out. They cut it up in the pieces and they sell it and They will do both of what i just described. They will up charge the horse they will up. Charge the monthly fees and they'll roll it into a number and And so and then as as you jason as you know very well the cost of a horse most of the time and training the cost. The horse is not. The busy thinks this. It's the ongoing numbers that really get ownership and so i would say ninety percent of the syndicates in the world If you if you if they have a horse they're gonna send you monthly or quarterly bills right there. You know for the upkeep the training and the vets and all the things that go into having a horse so that's that's generally what you'll see. I would say ninety percent of the syndicates. Work that way and if you're in that sort of second buck in some people will slip in extra expenses in there and sometimes it's it's transparent sometimes. It's not that there. That's how they're making their margins to cover their expenses of running the syndicate There's another group of of people who take that same approach by a horse say syndicated out and they take an estimated. Let's say one year or two years or three years of expenses and and they roll it into the cost of the horse a fund. And then they'll say you have no ongoing bills after because while they've taken all of the expenses and they've moved to forward And then you pay one number and you're done with it so Those are the general buckets that you'll see of syndication and then you know from you've got everybody who people who let you buy one one hundredth of a percent. Of course all the way up to people who force you to buy five or ten percent. Because they don't want to deal with you know many different owners right. You know 'cause it isn't an administrative nightmare officer deal with with you gotta build technology and it's one of the advantages was sobbing had is will you know. I have a thirty five person software company on staff. So i can just build the technology i need to build which is what we did so but that's not everybody you know not your average trainer or a guy who's trying to run a syndicate out there you know on paper and spreadsheets and email is going be able to do that i it seems to me a big part of because obviously partnerships are a great avenue for people to get involved with ownership if it is something they want but to me it seems like homework is kind of a necessity of of doing that and i mean i guess that's kind of true investment right. I think it's true of anything. And you use the word investment. We are very very careful. Never tell anybody that this is an investment one. That's another that's another aspect of this too right like a lot of a lot of people i've talked to and i've talked to guys own partnerships. Some of the big ones and they've said that you know they they're pretty upfront about that. Look this is not a business. You're gonna make much money at all but almost more of a. I don't wanna use the word club but it's you know as you said go. I interrupted you. But because i think we're going to the same place. Yeah i mean the the key is don't call it. And and here's a at least give you some of my red flags syndicate if you see if you visit a syndicate website or you speak to a syndicate if you're out there and you're trying to join one which i advocate that you should if you're new to the ownership game if you see or hear the word investments run if you say racing operation and you see or hear the word investments run the other way. Because you're you're you're dealing with someone who's not thinking of this correctly And i guarantee you. There's something there that's probably should be a red flag. So that's that's one piece. The second piece is ask questions around the things that i just brought up The cost of the horses. This how much did you pay for. These are very valid question. Exactly how much did you pay. Exactly how much is being ongoing training. How much of that doing training is going into your count some to actually manage the syndicate. These are all legitimate questions. No different than if you were buying a car. A car is a great example. It's better example than calling investment because except in the modern world where there's a shortage of cars but generally if you bought a new car price goes down. Well it's the same thing with horses if you buy a horse. Generally that value is going down. So it's not an investment. It's a it's an expenditure that you're getting value out those entertainment value value engagement value. That's what you're looking for. And and so so. That's my my second red flag on it gets my third. Red flag is is Asked people who are actually in that syndicate asked to speak to some if they won't let you speak to people who are actually them already. That should be a red flag as well. You know it'd be. It'd be like going to the grocery store and saying sorry You can't talk to any of the customers about any of the products you just gotta volume as is so. Would you know or restaurant with the great example. You can't read any of the reviews. You just gotta eat So so those are. Those are things where i i would say are are things that would jump out at you if you're looking at syndicates. But you know you mentioned it. I can't think of a better way for ninety. Nine point nine nine nine nine nine percent of people who ever dreamed of being a horse racing owner or horse thoroughbred owner..

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"A month for their kids is not going to be too long before now. Their standard of living goes up by three hundred bucks a month. And then that's how freedoms we talk about. How how do you how do you enslave a nation. Well you do it the way the taliban do it you can come in and you can. You can fight your way and you can use You know use fear and violence in order to achieve that end or you can do it. The way our government does it which is to enslave you by taxing you in secret providing you subsidies publicly and getting you addicted to the money that you receive from government. They could just as easily have said. You know what we're just going to increase the subsidy that you get and that you can deduct at the end of your tax taxpayer now. The the what they'll tell you is. Oh we're doing this for you. See that we have to wait till the end of the year. You need this money now. Americans need this money every month and so we're going to give it back to you. Well how about you just not tax me for it in the first place how about you just not take it out of my check to begin with how about you. Adjust the tax structure. So that i get a keep an extra three hundred and thirty three dollars a month from my income from the check that i get every single month. Well we can't do that. No no no. Why because it's not advantageous for us to do that because we we can't maintain control of you. And i feel like this is the beginning of a new era that will ultimately lead to universal basic income and If you haven't heard my discussion on universal basic income we should probably have that again because universities again come is is an is an an awful idea. Now i've talked about this in the context of if you're going to have a social welfare system it's far better that you cut out the middleman and just give the money directly to people rather than a running it through a government. That didn't get to decide. Oh you get this much for this and this much for that and this much for this better just give them a check and be done with it but the problem with giving everyone a universal basic income. Because that's what they wanna do. They said well. We're just gonna give everybody whatever it is. What's the poverty level. Twenty two thousand dollars a year. Which gonna give away ten or twelve thousand dollars a year blanket. Where does the government get that money. They they can. We already spent a dollars more every year than we bring in taxes. What's going to happen when everybody in america. Now it's a basic subsistence of living well in a very short period. Time it's like it's like the Like the minimum wage. If you raise the minimum wage initially you. The people who receiving minimum wage are ecstatic. They really love it the very quickly. Prices adjust prices adjust because there's new money in the economy. That wasn't there before that money gets spent standard of living rises. And all you've done is raise the floor on what a subsistence living is. This isn't a complicated concept to understand. But you really do understand. Is that all you've done all you will do by. Creating a universal basic income is raised the floor on what what the poverty level is in america. You know go from whatever. It is twenty thousand dollars a year to thirty thousand dollars a year. The same people who live in poverty. Today we'll still be in poverty that extra money that was supposed to go to give them the freedom to switch jobs or to focus on more creative endeavors that will quickly end because costs will rise in order to account for the new money. That circulates in the economy. Most of that money is not gonna come from corporations. That's that's a. That's a fool's idea what's gonna come by new money. Creation by printing new money that is going to increase wealth inequality as poor people who need to spend that money. Spend it on things that they need first and then things that they want later and that money will transfer back to people who don't have to spend it who were better about managing their wealth. This is universal. Basic income will lead to war poverty and greater wealth inequality than anybody can possibly understand and this is how it starts child tax credit. We're just gonna change the way we give you the tax credit. We're gonna give it to you in a check rather than a deduction then. It's going to be tied what's going to happen with this is it's ultimately going to be a central bank digital currency is going to be the the way that this this this. The the universal basic income is delivered and and then ultimately to be able to get that Digital deposit to you. You're going to have to partake in the ceremonial rituals of the regime. Let's let's say In other words it's going to be tied. This give the vaccine passport things. This is ultimately going to be tied together with the central bank digital currency. That your went when you get or if you get your deposit will depend on your vaccination status in some way or another. That's the that's the direction that we're heading. This ultimately will be the tool by which it's You're allowed to be employed. You're allowed to travel. You're allowed to go across state lines you know however it's employed this direction where it's heading that you if you're going to receive this payment every month which anybody who's not actively pulling themselves out of that Body of people will be sucked back into it because it will become economically. Unviable for you won't be able to compete if you aren't ahead of people now if you don't start getting of people now you're just gonna get pulled back into the into the board and then if you want to do anything go anywhere or live a normal life then you're going to have to submit yourself to the experimental medical tree. Yes some some will and and that's just the start. I think is just that. That's the that's the one thing we're focused on now is oh you're going to have to be vaccinated or not but there. They're a litany of other things that they can. They can control you with if they keep most of the money. And you don't have a you don't have at least a an amount of wealth and wealth is dependent upon lifestyle and a lot of different things right but More importantly is is the mobility. So we're sitting in In in bed this morning kind of watching the news and california is now mandating masks for even people who have been vaccinated at outdoor events. Again and nancy just goes. Oh my god. I i cannot wait to get out of the state. There are millions of people in the state who can't leave. They can't go anywhere they're stuck. They have no income mobility and no wealth with which to utilize to facilitate a move like that and the easiest way for you to maintain your.

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

08:03 min | 3 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"You're not gonna you're not going to regret it. They're they're just phenomenal sheets. In fact i want you to know this. I don't reiterate this enough. Because i just assume that you guys trust me enough that i will not personally endorse any product that i don't use and that i don't believe in so there are some products that we have here that i'll just explain it to you like if you got an insurance product or something like that. I don't actually use the product but if the company is good and has a good reputation. I don't i. It's something that people can use. I don't mind having them as advertisers. But when i tell you do this is an amazing. I love this product. No that it's because i use the product and i would not be promoting it in putting my putting my reputation online on the line if i didn't believe in it so Both of these products solo stove and bollandbranch are phenomenal products for you and if you need that stuff by buying through the show you you support us. You allow us to keep doing this. And and to and to keep bringing you higher quality A podcast and more interesting guests and content so please. I'm not saying you go buy stuff you don't need but if you need it don't buy it through us. Give it give us give us a little bit and cost you any more. And they sure like continuing to advertise with us. And that's because of you guys so for those of you who support the show. I'll just take a minute sir. Thank you it's one thing to listen. It's another thing to share the show and promoted in thailand. So those are two very different things. I appreciate all you guys who listen. I appreciate those of you who listen and share even more and for those of you who go one step further and actually become patrons of our sponsors You know for you guys. I just the highest thanks and To you and to the time money investment that you make because it makes it allows us to do what we do and and we really like it so anyway moving on. Let's talk about this check so for years the. Us has had a child tax credit. It's a it's largely hidden. It's something that you do at the end of the year when you're doing your taxes and it says how many children demi dependence do you have and then get plies a tax credit to that and it reduces the total amount of money that you have to spend that you pay in taxes every year and for most americans they get a refund every year anyway now if that should bother you right off the bat because every time you get a refund from the federal government what the federal government is telling you is they said you gave us a tax free loan interest free loan. They said we took. We stole too much money from you more than we said we would. And so we're going to give you a portion of back and for the last year. They have been confiscating money from you that you weren't required to pay to them. And they've been using that money interest free and then at the end of the year. They give tax a tax refund. And you think do. I got six hundred dollars back. Oh i got eleven hundred dollars back. This is awesome. Yeah government when in fact the government's be getting over on you for an entire year but the taxes so taxes for most americans are hidden. They just get their check every month. Most of them now direct deposit. They don't even remember when you opened up your first check matt. Remember when this happened to me. I- obe i was working construction and this is the first time i really recognized that. I was working construction and i knew what i was making. I was making like ten dollars an hour which a high school kid was more money than like. I'm making more money there than i'd ever made. And i worked for like they're backdated by two weeks so i've been done with my third week of work when we get done at the end of the day and he's handed out checks so in my mind i've calculated how much my checks should be and i opened that checkup and i was expecting something like almost a thousand dollars. And it's like four hundred eighty six bucks and i'm going. I don't think this is right. Like i worked x. Number hours and my the the foreman on the crew he was such like he was a really hard guy. The first time. I'd ever met a dude who was just really like dislike the curse and swear and just yelled all the time. I drove to love people like that but at the time it was a little unnerving for me and he was like. He's like no idiot. You got taxes louisville's taxes we. We didn't under pay. You got paid where your road. And i've started looking at it and i'm like dude. What what this is a lotta money that they're taken from me or most people don't even have you. What do you have an experience like that. Oh yeah yeah and it's funny. That was what i said in the interview. When i was on liberty lockdown with with vin armani and i said that for for to like an caps it's like nobody is born with the belief that taxation is theft. I said you don't like it's not taxes because you wish you had more money. You wish you got more money than what you actually. This is what people people's brains blew up. When i said this but this was my point that nobody look at that and says taxation is theft. What happens if someone looks at. There's like where's where's my money. Who took my money and someone comes by they say oh actually did you know taxation is theft. And you're like yeah. Yeah that's right. Taxation is theft. That's where the taxation is that comes from that sense that experience. That like feeling like this isn't fair. That's where it starts. Yeah but today like how many times with most people doing direct deposit. Now people look at that and they don't even see it like it's not even on the check anymore and now and frankly after a couple of checks you realize that the money's coming out and you just have a number in your in your mind of. Oh this is what. I make every week or every month whenever our up and you get paid and and you. It doesn't register in the same way especially with direct deposit. Will now you never even see it as the government hides the money that it takes from you without your consent and up until today up until now they've kind of hid what they give back to you and the deductions that you get because Because it comes in the form of like a subsidy it comes at the end of the year when you file all your taxes and then you get the check back in the mail so it hides the taxes hides kind of the deductions that it gives you. And then it's very vocal and very open about the money that it gives you back so when you get the boat when you get the check in the mail at the end of the year after you file your taxes. You're like oh man. I got six hundred dollars. Yay government right. Will this check in the mail. When i got this in the mail. I said i can't believe what they're doing. This is going to change everything because now instead of hiding the deduction the rebate. They're gonna send me a check every single month up until now. Who are the only people who got regular steady checks. Every month from the government people on welfare people who are getting direct monetary or compensation from the government very low income people. They're used to it. They expect their government money right. They expect to get paid every month they. They're they're owed that money every month. For whatever reason they dream up in their own minds but now that they started this now that every american there's no i ought to my horse not like i make It's not like i'm making gazillions of dollars a year right but i make i make more than enough money than to need a subsidy from the us government on the last person in the world who should be receiving direct monthly compensation from the government. And if i'm getting it. Every american in every americans getting it. Everyone has got kids. And how long do you think it's going to take before people start to have a sense of entitlement and they start to budget around having this extra money because this is why. I said it didn't really matter how much money you give. Somebody the adjust their lifestyle to whatever their income is. And so if you take somebody who's normally making a thousand dollars a month and now you give them or a four thousand dollars a month and now you give them extra three hundred dollars..

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

06:12 min | 3 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And when i got to afghanistan a year or so later year and a half later one of the things really became apparent and understand. I worked in the in the job. That i had. I was working for the. Us state department my job. It was to run the counter assault team for the us ambassador's detail so the us ambassador when he needs to go somewhere. He has a team of about. Well let me just count is four eight four eight nine ten between ten and eleven guys that role with him everywhere he goes. I and my job was to run a five man team that followed them around And was part of what we call the follow vehicle and it was called the counter assault team because basically it was just a it was either a suburban or it was a a toyota land cruiser. That had been completely gutted on the inside. So imagine if you took a suburban and other than the two captain's seats in the front you ripped everything out of the back and you had a couple of little bench seats back there for two guys to sit and then you had a tailgunner seat and they sprayed rhino liner inside the entire vehicle is all up. Armor drives switzer bulletproof and there was a tailgunner who had a machine gun just for the lack of a better term for most people into forty golf what it was and a machine gun pointed out the back and then the two guys on the back seats. We you're called a window liquor basically because there's up armored vehicles the windows don't really roll down so you're basically watching and making sure that that no bad stuff's about to happen and that vehicle was just packed full of as much hardware as you could imagine like like hand-grenades and ammunition and lots smoke in penn flares everything you can imagine to fight a war that was in this vehicle and our job was if stuff went bad we brought the hate. You know that we call it the hate truck because wherever we went we just brought hate with us and and so. That was my job. I was there now. Closely aligned to that project that program was called. The whips program is a program called select and select was a program run by the agency the central intelligence agency and they had another group of contractors from blackwater. But they weren't. I don't think they actually worked for blackwater. I think they work for the company that blackwater had greystone and what they did was they worked with the central intelligence agency doing security the same kind of work right they worked alongside the assets that were on the ground people who are part of ground branch which ground branch is. The is. The cia's version of a paramilitary organization. So if you if you went in the military and you were part of dev group which is or or the debt. I gave me a little on names. Her doesn't really matter if you were part of a special team like a tier one asset which there are two in the us with their war to in the military at the time you had navy seals which is seal team six just one of those teams silting six was at the time the only tier one asset and then you have cag- combat action group. I think is what it means. And that's like that's delta force. Right so these there. There are the names from the movies. And then there's what everybody in in in the business calls these people and so if you're part of one of those assets then you and you could be recruited by the select program to work alongside the cia now in afghanistan. There was one main road that runs from the airport down to a traffic circle. That is all completely walled off. It's like several city blocks that's completely walled off with these huge like twenty foot concrete bunkers. And once you pass through that checkpoint. You're now in a semi secure area of kabul in afghanistan several of these all over the city but the main one is right down this road that runs from the airport to the traffic circle and once inside that the. Us embassy is right on your left gauged immediately. Right there on the left now if you go across the street that's what's called isaf and these places may have changed but in the entire time i was there both. The embassy didn't change but right across the street is is savon isaf is the we call it an ice stare at fences. But it was actually. It's where all of the military units from around the world would go. It was where a lot of the like like when it's where people went just like hang out for their time there it was. You'd go there and you see people playing tennis and just hanging out. And it was You're just kinda like what do you do here. And a lot of nothing so if you go down the road a little bit further on the left hand side you have the italian embassy and if you guys have been listening to kind of the reports in the coming out you've been hearing a lot of these names and i just wanna kinda orientate you to wear. This stuff is happening right now. So once you get past the italian embassy Then you go you enter into another series of checkpoints and once you're through those checkpoints. There's a narrow space of secured perimeter that includes the wh- which includes what's called the annex. The annex is the is the agency's compound where the select guys were and then right next to that is the palace where the the president of aghanistan lived. And if you hung the left right before the palace and you would end up at our camp which was a secured facility where we lived. Now say all that to sick. Spent a lotta time driving and driving people around because not only do we protect the. Us ambassador there. We also protected all of them. All the big names that came in so if during that base that three year period from i think about two thousand six to two thousand nine..

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Today. We'll be talking about a couple of different things around the concept of a how do you enslave nation. And there's a lot of different ways you can do it do it. Through violence can do it through passive political change. You can do it through money as we want to talk about then. I want to talk about two things that are happening in the world right now. First and foremost is what's happening in afghanistan. I feel as though i am uniquely qualified to speak on this both because of my past and also because of inside information that i am privy to that ninety nine point nine percent of the world is not and i'm going to have to be very careful about how i talk about these things because much of his stuff that is not meant to be out and i don't wanna get anybody in trouble and i don't want to damage anybody but it's important that you guys have this information because it is it's really really important in your understanding of what's happening in afghanistan and and what is what is likely to occur. Moving forward the second thing i want to talk about is what no one is talking about right now. Which is maybe the most dangerous the greatest threat to us. Liberty american liberty going on right now and it's a silent threat that i imagine you haven't probably thought of yet and has to do with this. When i got in the mail to the area this week is a check from the. Us government for three hundred. Thirty three dollars. This is my child. Tax credit that i received in the mail and the government ensures me that i'm going to receive this check every single month for as long as my children are children and you start thinking about what that really means and and really the shift that is occurring and and the gravity of this one check. I don't think can be over emphasized because this signals a change in the way our government is treating subsidies and while we hide our taxes see taxes. Come out of your check. most of you don't see it. You don't realize the extent to which year-over-year decade over a decade the government. Fleeces your wealth away from you. They're making a very deal now about the money that they're giving you back. And so i wanna talk about that and just how dangerous. This is to our liberty into our freedoms here in america and And what you can do about it. Because ultimately at the end of the day we have to have an action plan ride. This was this is the. This is the problem with most of the alternative political parties in the world matt was on was on matt. Has the show been released yet. The the lions show that you were on. yeah yeah. I didn't debate with angela mcardle. Yeah it's been released yesterday before. Do they find that is the lines. Liberty podcast. yeah. I should be on the podcast and on their youtube channel. All i've seen is the highlights. I was waiting for it to come out so go. Listen to it today but One thing that i know came out of that because matinee talked about it. Was that the libertarian. Party really has no plan for for any of this. Their whole plan is we just want power. We just want to be elected. We just want to have a seat at the table with no clear objective of what we're going to do once we have that power and i think that's one of the big problems today with with trying to advance. Political change is that they're the number one is that they're so far away from having a seat at the table that it's not really even worth discussing a number to. It wouldn't matter if they had that seat because they're just going to be at the end twiddling their thumbs with with no clear idea of what they're going to do. And so you guys should go and listen to that. Well you should subscribe to lines liberty anyway because it's a great program and they've been doing a ton of debates i i'm not gonna i'm not gonna mention the other thing because i i'll i'll let i'll let them do their thing i but let's talk a little bit about afghanistan for those who don't know i'll briefly because i know we've got new listeners. Vat a lot of new listeners. Come in here over the last few months I used to work for company. called blackwater. Blackwater is a paramilitary company that no longer exists under that name exist under another other under a new name. And i spent about five years in both iraq and afghanistan the bulk of my time. Well not the book. Probably three of the five years was spent in afghanistan in in this in the pre- in the main city of kabul I know that city very very well was. I'm seeing the images and looking the roads. I know exactly where they are in the city when they're when they're talking and when they're doing their reporting and during that time i worked primarily for the us government department not not as much the department of defense but on side of that but more with the state department is let me explain kind of how military contractors work in the early days. They blackwater hired form mainly former special operations guys former seals former delta and special forces guys at former force reconnaissance guys and then later on rangers and and some of the some like tier three assets and early on that was it was great. Because everybody you worked with. I remember my first station. When i joined and went through the certification program was they sent me to mosul which is a city in northern iraq. It's very very dangerous. Everyone on the team was either former force. Recon guy or a former special forces guy is like everybody had got their friends together and had pulled them all into one place. And the reason that i got stationed there was twofold number one because i had a couple of friends who were already operating up there. Who knew my reputation. And as soon as i was able they put in a request to have me sent up there The other reason that i was sent up there is because the day before. I rolled into country in fact while i was sitting in jordan waiting for a flight into into iraq. I found out that four of their security guys had been killed in a vehicle explosion. A car had had come on ramp on one of their highways and had Impacted one of our follow vehicles and killed four people in the suburban and so they were four guys short and they invited. They said okay. We need bodies and you're gonna come and be part of.

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

07:14 min | 4 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And i know this because i said something like this and spent several weeks having my social media being like firebombed by autistic morons. Well you also you also a pretty good mud-slinger yourself. My you invited pot. Yeah so they'll say oh it's not me. It's not me that i'm worried about. It's it's the kids in yemen. Who are being bombed or the people in the in kate who are locked in cages. And okay so first. Of all this sounds a whole lot like a like progressivism like you sound like a progressive. Who's like oh. I'm not in this for myself. I'm advocating for all these other poor downtrodden people. That's my motivation. You need to. You need to sign up with my belief system so that we can help all these poor downtrodden people that sounds like communism me but the dea. Those people are the people. You're actually advocating for because if you actually cared about those people and you wanted to help those people you would be making yourself as free and and wealthy and mobile as possible because those are the people who can help those other people. You're not gonna do this through the political process like like you actually think you're going to go through the political process and an end the war in yemen. Yeah i tell you. He's our democratic problems. The system doesn't give shit what people think it doesn't care what the what people are voting for or you have to offer them different alternative. You have to offer them something different to do and this is where libertarianism exists as a negative proposition and it needs to have positive news half practice. That's the term for each degree iraq. Since i guess what we're doing right like trying to turn that corner. And and do that. But i i talked to pete about that too. That would you made that point about just make more money and And i talked to him about that. That was an intentional. Like like bomb. Throw by the way if you guys didn't know and so e- i said. Well let's i said we've got to address that because people came back like. Oh yes so i make more money so i pay more taxes so they can bomb more kids in yemen. I'm like you're an idiot. You think the government prince at almost a trillion dollars a year in new money. Do you think they care whether you pay taxes or not what. We don't have any more tax money. We can't bomb anybody anymore. You think like that's third subsisting people the same people that are saying. Oh you have to stop. You have to pay less taxes that they can't bomb brown people in yemen. Those are the same ones who are saying and the fed. So which is it here you know. Is it the factors at the taxation. Obviously it's both but you're not going to do anything about that as a as a as a working at best what what. What reality do you live in that. You think that if you're really that concerned about it you should not pay taxes at all and go to prison for your values. That's what you ought to do. You really believe that it. You know the the the governments in your tax dollars are funding. The killing of innocent children Which you can argue that they are and you have strong moral conviction against that so much so that you would cobble yourself financially by refusing to make money that would create freedom in your life real freedom and liberty in your life that you would hobble yourself in that way then you might as well just refuse to pay taxes be very vocal about it and And go to prison To for for that reason. I i think that's a. That's an incoherent argument against making more money as it's and i talked to pete about it on the on his show and and i don't know so the people who are ready to hear the message will hear it. I've always said you gotta enter the conversation. They're already having their own heads I got really positive responses from people. Lots of didn't get one. I got one guy who just sent me a string of profanity that i couldn't quite decipher on twitter. He was the only guy. And so. I just blocked him and everybody else just had wonderful things to say. Is i really believe in your message. I really enjoyed hearing what you had to say and You know maybe we're starting to move that line a little bit starting to see more and more people in our little our little corner of the world start to get sick and tired of dealing with the politics who are ready to actually make it. Make a difference. There's a lot of demand for this message is resonating with people. The ultimately i think a lot of people are realizing that libertarians in general are more interested in being libertarians than they are in liberty and they they want to identify as a libertarian. They want to be able to virtue signal that they have all the right ideas but they aren't interested in actually putting those ideas into practice but there's a large group of people who are there are people who are being who are being drawn to this message in their their they're recognizing the validity of it. And i think as as as i mean this is over the last eighteen months really like if you if your view of the world hasn't changed significantly over the last eighteen months then either. You're a frigging prophet before or you haven't been paying attention you haven't actually been taking in what's happening around you and letting it update your ideological operating system. This is this. This world is changing into changing rapidly. And the people who there was i just just saw ciprian tweeted something earlier this morning. He quote tweeted. Something bill de blasio said he said the voluntary period is over. We've tried being nice and kind and You know it we're done making the pharmaceutical product Voluntary it's time for for making it. Mandatory and essence and ciprian said all right. Well if you if you live in new york in you've been dragging your feet on this. You have gotten yourself to the point where you are. You're at the position of escape with the clothes on my back. That's what you've you've procrastinate yourself into for a lot of people it. It isn't at that point yet but there's a trajectory. There's a very clear trajectory. The the system has completely divorced itself from reason and rationality and and You know it's. It's very obvious where this is going. And if you wanna survive it you have to stop with the silly the silly games and you have to get down to business and and get serious about taking care of yourself and your family and connecting yourself with communities of people who are who are interested in doing the same thing who are actually gonna do stuff that is is relevant and productive and and contributes to the welfare of the people around them. I agree well. we're trying. we're trying we're going to succeed. We're not just going to try. We'll we're going to win. We're going to succeed. I l will number one because there's no plan b It's always it's always works well when you don't have a backup plan and you got nowhere to go but but you know you got to win. You can't afford to lose losing his death so we're not only that but i think we have. We have the right message at the right time. We've spent years developing the community and what we wanted to build and now we're we're ready for growth. We're ready for their really good people in there. Yeah there are really great people so if you believe in the show of you support us in our ideas the number one thing you can do is.

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

07:57 min | 4 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Give up all their possessions. An how does that happen right and the book. I'm reading now. is fantastic. Guy by steve housing. And i've known about him for a lot of years. I have never read his book and one of the things that they talk about in the book is that so one of the first things that they'll try and make you do once you become indoctrinated into a cult is they will try and have you give up all of your possessions to the cult. That's money close like literally everything that you've got to sell it all off or to give it to the colt so that they can sell it and they ended up keeping all of your money now as a means of control the less money you have if you can't leave if you've lost your job or your only job is working inside of the cult and they're the ones that provide all of your subsistence all of your living and you have no money and no means of escape or no idea what you would do if you left the community. Then you're a slave. And this is why i say there's a direct correlation between the amount of wealth that you have and the freedom that you have cults. No it the first thing they will try and take away from. You is everything that you own is a way to control you. Governments do the same thing. Oh well we're just gonna tax eighty to ninety percent of your wealth but don't worry where to give you all the services that you need. How is that any different c. Maintaining control of your own money. Your own wealth is critical to freedom. And i don't think enough people really recognize the value in creating wealth and creating income mobility and being able to keep a hold of that money. Most people just want to increase lifestyle. I want a new car when a bigger house. I want to be able to go on vacation zone travel. And all of that this okay. You can do that but you got to build the wealth. I if you don't do that all you've done is create income and income abilities. Fine it gets you a long way but it won't create real freedom for you until you've actually got a little bit of wealth to wealth is is potential power in the in if in energy terms like you have potential energy and kinetic g. wealth is potential power so the the amount of wealth you have or the amount of power that you have is going to be dependent directly on your wealth and wealth isn't just financial i've said before that that there's the really cheesy way of saying the so you can have you can accumulate wealth vertically Which is adding your own skill set. m increasing your income investing making money. All that sort of thing you can increase wealth vertically or you can include increase wealth horizontally laterally. Which is Increasing your network so the cheesy entrepreneur Like a tony robbins. Way of saying it is that you can increase your your net worth or you can increase your network But when you increase your network when you when you accumulate more people around you who think like you who believe like you do value what you do and who are willing to to to contribute to you. Because you're a member of the community. As jason said when you're when when i make a new connection by default because you're part of my community you you've made that new connection is well that's a means of increasing your net worth laterally an increase or increasing your wealth laterally by increasing your network. So the win windy. There's the distinction between individualism and collectivism. And i've been really finding this. Knock that useful of a distinction anymore. That humans are neither individualist nor collectivist and on neither one is applicable. Neither one neither one works. Neither one is both with like they're both have like theoretical but they aren't actually borne out in reality in reality. humans are tribalist. They're not individualist. They're not collectivist. Their tribalist and your tribe is outworking of your family. Every single person is born into a family. You aren't born as an individual you're born as the child of your parents and the brother sister of your siblings and you know the the grandchild the niece nephew. You are born into a network From the very beginning and ultimately And so you will always identify with that network. I mean it's literally in the that you used to have other people identify you. It's the name that they give you that you share with them. That's the way that's the the your identified as a member of a tribe so when people have tried to get have have have moved away from this and try to pretend. Oh no you can actually just be a completely atomised standalone individual and you don't need to identify with a group at all. That's actually a pretty dangerous A propaganda propagandistic technique to try to break you down and leave you vulnerable. You need to have a tribe you will always have a tribe and you have to be honest about that fact and then you have to be very deliberate in creating the tribe that you are going to identify with an and connect yes of too i this this i find it odd that so many people in gun the liberty community and i don't even know that is there a better way to talk about canada. Libertarian freedom minded. i dunno const. I've even kind of rope some constitutional into that. I really struggled worst term ever. Is liberty lovers that just makes you want to stab my is now. That's just liberty lovers. But it's it's yeah. It's like libertarians. Conservatives constitutionalists anarchists of care about individual people care about individual liberty. Right some people really inside of that inside of that community Which is broad By the way Really take offense to that. They're gonna think about it. We all identify with some group. Even if you're an anarchist right like you're you're an anarchist capitalist you identify with anarchy capitalism. Right you don't identify as i'm an individualist. There's there's we define ourselves By groups in term and see if i can find ourselves to groups. It's i just have never understood the notion that oh yeah. We can't do anything together because we have to be individual assist like that's nonsense then even makes sense right whole notion. The whole notion of identity is really interesting. It's like it's a paradox. Because your identity is the thing that you claim that sets you apart like this is the thing that makes me unique is my identity. And the way you define. Your identity is by connecting it to other girls. Yeah yeah so there's this paradoxical aspect of identity where it's both it's both individualist and collectivist at the same time. And that's why. I say that humans aren't individuals or collectives. Humans are tribal they. They function as as a tribe. And really. I think that there's if you wanna get like eric with i think that there's probably truth. There's concept called uh negra gore which is that basically the that carl young said that People don't have ideas ideas. Have people and an agra was isn't a colt concept that basically says that There's there are non physical entities that are that are made manifest into like the material world by the people who who believe in those ideas kind of like an idea as an actual is like a. It's like a deity. Almost the ideologies are like deities that and this is what the ancients believed. They believed that that that like your passions and emotions and stuff they believe those were actual entities that they like that they related to non-physical entities. So i think that this is inevitable. And like you point out via attempt to eliminate tribalism is itself a tribalist instinct. It you you then align yourself with the tribe of people who want to not be tribalist. Yes roy. So the the i guess..

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

06:35 min | 4 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"In that country. There are all kinds of opportunities in in in countries. Like that for you to create a call it an escape route and escape hatch if you needed to jettison from the country. I'm not saying it'll ever happen but it might happen. Just look at what's happened. In in in places like venezuela it took venezuela a generation to go from being one of the wealthiest and most oil-rich countries in the world to being destitute. Where with hyper inflation. It's one generation. Hey you don't think that same thing could happen here. I i saw an article today Unemployed americans file a lawsuit against cova states ending covert relief. So some of these states are like dude. We have twenty twenty million open jobs or something like that. We can't fill and much. These people home just taking paycheck. Like let's cut the paycheck and force them to go back to work and earn a living. Well of course now. This is caused now. There are multiple lawsuits being filed by people. Who say well. I can't find work. One of them was a nurse in a knick unit who is suddenly unemployed now some of the people legitimately probably still are having trouble finding work people who worked in the for example in the cruise industry. If that's the industry you work in still very hard to get there. But there are millions of other jobs available for you in the interim how if you it is not the government's responsibility to make sure you get. Fed is not the government's responsibility to make sure that you have a job in your industry doing the work that you know how to do Sometimes you gotta get out there and just bust your ass a little bit to make it happen and so but these people are coming back and fighting them on this and saying well no. We shouldn't have to because we if we're having trouble finding a job that means we should continue to see. This was a double edged sword and so there are a lot of people who just lack freedom. You know we talk about it all the time but so few people actually have it so few people are actually independent. Most of them are deepened. As becoming a lot easier has become so easy to create that independence in your own life. If you're willing to work for it. That i i struggle to have a lot of pity for people who are still who still find themselves. Unemployed and living off government assistance. I i understand you got kids. You got family got bills that yet you've built a life and now you're struggling financially. Everybody has ups and downs as i said before. This is an infinite game more play but with the government spending trillions of dollars a year and now multiple trillions of dollars. You hear the president. He came out and said he made one of the most incoherent statements about in support of moore spending. He actually said if we print two trillion three trillion dollars. It will actually reduce inflation. And i it's just laughable but these that's what these guys are gonna do the we've already spent created four trillion dollars. They want to create another three. How long do you think it's going to be before seeing double digit triple digit inflation. You know how long do you think is gonna be before unemployment just skyrockets because they you know because all of the wealthy people leave the country now. You think that that's crazy. That's that's nuts. Why the wealthy people will always be here. And don't be so sure. I remember reading an article to you guys about four or five years ago on this show about a woman in venezuela who was unemployed. Who couldn't feed. Her family was standing in a bread line and she was being asked about job jobs and why she employs. She's like we can. There's no jobs here. All the business owners left all the people who who owned businesses and actually had any wealth when the government started to take it away and hyperinflation said and they all moved. They went other places. There's nobody left to give us a job. One generation guys one generation is scary stuff. But what's a little bit of planning hell with with a little bit of work. You can build something that alleviates that burden or at least leads the severe risk that you're putting yourself and your family in Only read some Read some some by our sponsors today. And i'm really having trouble thinking about our sponsors today and then we'll get back to this so i was indochino. She has no indochino sponsor in the show for a response from the show and my wedding by giving us some suits to wear. 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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

06:02 min | 4 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"We are living in the greatest period in human history. A period of massive technological and economic advancement. Never in our history. Have we been so close to a world where we can live truly free and independent lives would. Here's the thing. There are those with money power and influence who would rather see you dependent on them in the system they create a system designed to keep you comfortable apathetic and distract. We believe the road to true. Independence doesn't come through political elections or senseless regulation rather in maximizing the empowerment of the individual. You feel the same way the money's jason stapleton welcome to wealth power and influence boys and girls cheese happening around here right now. A lot of people don't like change. I while i find it a bit stressful to have to go through everything that we're doing right now. I i actually enjoy change. I liked cia. I like divvy and things up making things different and so lot to cover today. Thanks amy i if those of you not watching the video version of the show. I decided before the wedding in october I was going to cut my hair short. And just see if i liked it or not. I immediately regretted the decision. Even though everybody else said as amy did that looked sharp. And so i don't know what to do now. We'll see i'm figure out something. But i've got a chance to let it grow out. I think after the wedding is over. I'm going to. I've been eye color. The hair i color my hair just because frigging old. And i didn't wanna go gray and it was weird because i was. I was at the stage where it was just the size when i started coloring it. I don't know about you matt matt. You color your hair yet. No no no. You don't do any of that yet. Wow you you you. The flowing locks that no grace. I started raising their. But how old are you. How old are you Third how old am i thirty. Two thirty okay. All right so you. Yeah you're you're quite. You're quite a bit younger than me. I was thinking you were like thirty six thirty seven. You just local. I have this app feel fit. That goes with our special scales. Gets all your body fat and everything and it says that my metabolic age is thirty six. So that's probably basically. I'm and of shape for my age man. I'm feeling that too. So all right so anyway. So when i first started coloring it i was just getting it on the wingtips and it looked stupid and that was when i was doing the show for the history channel and i watched some cuts of myself with this. You know these wingtips white sides. And i thought that looks horrible so i started coloring and i've just kept doing it. It's at at frankly. If you do it right like if you go to professional to get it done. It actually does look really good. It's not like you don't look like some dude. Who died his hair black using some over the counter stuff But i now. I'm starting to see because during covert i started to let it grow out and i wasn't bothering to do anything with it and i could see it's gray like all the way through now and so. I was talking with nancy about it. She's like you should just cut it all shore and let it go gray and you could be the silver fox and i'm like i don't want to be the silver fox i wanna be the guy who's got no gray hair and as so i'm gonna have to do so anyway at the end of the weddings over i'm gonna cut it short again and then i'm gonna let it all go out. I'm not gonna want to see. Just how great it is. And then we'll decide what i want to do with it. I don't want to make that transition yet. Man i'm not old enough to transition to full grey Anyway so let me tell you what's going on here so this is this was all going on and this is why. I'm so stressed out and and frustrated. Well that's even now. That's not even right. I'm not frustrated actually really excited so Since the pandemic happened. I don't know if you guys know this or not. But i'm when i moved to los angeles it was out of necessity because i had I left trae. Empowered at at of fallout with my business partner there I couldn't use the studio that i had built. And i was in the process of going through a divorce as you guys know risk was really just a pretty nasty time and i needed to keep revenue flowing. And the only way i could do that. The only thing i really had at the time was the show and the show goo generates significant amount of money and so i needed a home and i needed a producer and so i was going to leave westwood. One at the time was the person who handled all of our advertising and i was in california finalizing some of the stuff for the show that we just wrapped with the history channel and i ended up. They were wanting to sign a new contract with me. And i sent him a no and i to The head of the podcasting over there as kelly integral and kelly. And i saw kellyanne note and i said listen i. I don't think i'm going to be able to continue with these guys And she said well. Let's let's meet for lunch. Talk about it and she said i sh- i. She was in chicago because that's where she had been for for years. And i said well i'm not in. I can't fly to chicago. I'm out in la right now. She said no. I'm in l. a. Now this is where we're hosting the podcast. Division is now here in los angeles. And i said oh well that's convenient and so we met for lunch and i sat down with her and i laid it out for. I said i'm paying you. Guys forty percent of the revenue that comes out of the show. I need that money. I need that money. So that i can hire producers that i can put a so. I can put a studio together again. I can broadcast out of and hopefully salvage a salvage business. That was fledgling and she said well. A what have we gave you a place to to host the show and all of the equipment to do it so you wouldn't have to buy all that stuff new and and that you could use five days a week. I so wash pretty good but that insult my producer problem. Because i need somebody to help me with ashes..

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Midnight. Bourbon cost the opportunity to better place in the minute. The jack comes off that answer to the question is yes if paco stays on. It's kind of clear in the video at least to me that midnight bourbon was gonna run third. They both had gone by him or were in the process of going by him. And you know it just seemed like that was where it was going gonna end up now. Paco disagreed a little bit. In the post race quotes. He said he told everybody was fine. And he's gone ice up but he said my horse kicked me in. The knee felt pain in my ten in there and i couldn't move my leg for about ten minutes. I'm fine now you know. He's given us report. He said i had my horse and the right position to win. I was fighting back but my horse had a lot of run left. So i think i could have won that race. I one hundred percent disagree with that part of the statement because you were in the lead and both horses kind of went by at the same time now. They weren't you know. I think he would have been a length and a half back to links back and i know. It's hard for the stewards. You don't want them playing god in terms of just being out there. Predicting what could have happened But you know. I disagree with pacos comet. They're just from watching races like midnight. Bourbon was not winning that race. They were actively going by him. But then the horse did log in and so therefore again he was cost the opportunity for a better place. So i one. Hundred percent agree with the disqualification. One hundred percent agree with kind of how that all played out. there was a great quote afterwards. Flabby his only real quote was. I'm really proud of my efforts. Just clip heels That's it It in parentheses. this is lynn. near since reporting. We should give linda shoutout Says floppy and apologized to palko at parco said it happens. Man it does happen. Doesn't it tackle. It does happen sometimes. But yeah very eventful edition of The haskell here in two thousand and twenty one it's been a interesting haskell's in recent years authentic member last year where it looked like. He was like falling asleep in the last sixteenth. Violent almost got caught. You have maximum security taken out king for a day two years ago winning when it was a thousand degrees outside. I was a fun race. So let's take quick time out we come back. We'll talk more about the hassle car the diana card. It is a weekend. Recap of jason beam horse racing. Podcast brought to you by twin. Spires the jason beam. Worst bracing podcast.

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"jason" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"jason" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Jason Rancho on this impeachment Tuesday. Obviously today, not all of the fireworks all those starts tomorrow for whatever that's worth earlier this morning and when I say early I mean early I was up a 3 a.m. to get to the studio by about 3 45 for a 4 15 is hit. Was on Fox and friends to talk about why I go into the antifa mobs when I choose to do so was I thought an interesting hit, so I thought we would play for you. Democrats calling for an online crackdown of violent speech in the wake of the insurrection of the capital. We call on the FBI to review the threat posed by domestic terrorist groups and the use of social media? Why was there no more at faction taken on social media? There was talk on parlor. We do need really serious effort, particularly, I think to police social media platforms. Okay well, and all the outrage Where's the action on anti FAS online violence? Seattle radio host Jason Rant, says the group actively uses Twitter to threaten him personally and threaten the media. He joins us now to discuss this. Good morning, Jason Good morning. Good morning. I want to know why you do this. But tell the folks at home first what happened to you? What happens when you go out in the crowd? What happens to me happens to a lot of folks who actually go in and actually try to document what happens. We know that for a lot of media outlets, they don't have a clear view of anti fur. Remember, Antifa doesn't exist. And so it's important for us to actually go into the mob so that we can capture on film there vandalism and just a couple weeks ago when they decided to riot in the city of Tacoma, Washington, taking out several storefronts blown setting fires in the middle of the streets. What ends up happening is a strategy that Twitter is used by outsiders who are Looking online to see who is posting video from inside of the mob who's deemed an enemy who might be filming the faces of the individuals who are breaking the law and they will out you. They will show Screenshots of your face. They'll tell people who are on the ground who you are and to be looking out for you and what ends up happening on the ground is They literally start to look for you to harass it. Threatened and or assault. Now, in this case, they did it to me. They weren't able to actually find me in this crowd. I was covered up pretty well. But there was someone else who was also there who was outed by someone online who was another media member who's sympathetic to the anti because who was run out of the mob, and it was pretty scared. Why do you do it? I know you want to tell the story. But when you know they're looking for you in the crowd, and we see video of all these fights breaking out, it looks too dangerous. Look definitely can be dangerous. It depends on where it is. You never quite know how dangerous it's going to be because of the nature of these things. Unfortunately, police, for the most part, are told not to actually have a significant presence until the very end. So it is a little bit risky when you go when I mean, when we found out I was in the middle of this thing When I got a message saying they've outed you. They're looking for you. And then I was with a colleague. Someone had said my name. And the crowd looking for me, we realized Oh my gosh, There are no cops around so we can't exactly leave the crowd now. Otherwise it's going to be pretty obvious. We do it because it's important to tell this story. Because you're not gonna get it outside of Fox News and some of the regional networks here. You're not going to really get the story, which I said Where is Twitter? Why aren't they cracking down on this? This kind of violence with this language? Yeah. I mean, they're definitely not doing much. They've sort of stepped up on some of the bigger antifa accounts. But the real threats are coming from some of the smaller, more regional ones. They're actively organizing on Twitter and on Facebook. Facebook doesn't get a pass. Either. They're actively saying show up, burn things down. This is where we're going to do our direct action, and that's why so many people are able to show up. For the most part, Twitter and Facebook step back and don't do anything. I mean, when we're getting targeted the arguments coming from the people who are doing the targeting, saying, Oh, no, We're just telling people who to go to if you want to see some of the coverage. It's all tongue in cheek. We know exactly what it is they're doing. That's why they're sending Screenshot. So all right. Jason will be careful out there. Thanks so much. You're welcome to examine your welcome. Does it for the Jason Rant show again? Starting tomorrow Is the impeachment trial. The meat of it. We expect the beginning of the 16 hours of the impeachment, coming first from the Democrats the impeachment managers as they make their case trying to impeach a president for speech. But they say cause an insurrection. And then, of course, after they're done with this 16 hour span of prosecution, which will likely go over the course of the two days we take a break on Friday and into Saturday and then on Sunday, the president's legal team gets to start their 16 hours when they're done depending on even by the way, if either use their full 16, they don't have to. You get 16 hours of senators getting to ask questions of both sides,.

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"One thousand nine hundred twenty. He died ninety three. I'll talk about him. Maybe on Friday. But we're going to talk to Brennan Walsh here in just a couple minutes. I'M GONNA keep the intro rather short fact I'll make a deal. I won't even put a commercial and I'll just go a little music little What we call it a a bumper. And it'll say Olis' Jason Lee brought you by Edwards buyers and then shut up bricks and then And then we'll go right into put Then I'll play cup commercials. And then we'll have a full detailed discussion of Tampa pick five eighty thousand plus carrying over in the late. Pick five course there was the big mandatory pat fodder. I'm recording right after that. After that sequence got underway with disqualification. I thought it on video at first it looked like a rightful de cue. And then you couldn't really tell I don't know what it's going to take for racing to implement some kind of technology to see the turns better This was a big point of contention at Los Alameda night. And we talked about that disqualification They had kind of a quarter pole cam. That actually gave a better idea of how far a horse drifted out but with present technology with a head on at a pan. You really can't tell what's going on at the quarter. I remember having a jockey. Portland are leading jockey told me. He's like their spots out there where we know that they can't get good video ads. So that's where you make your drifts in your your moves. Shut somebody off and make sense to me. I mean you know the old Jesse the body adage when if you can't lose if you must but always cheat and I don't mean that but guy people are going to do that if they know they can get away with it so. It's clearly something that needs to be addressed. But I'm looking forward to this Tampa. Pick five. Did Not come out. It's not an easy sequence. I don't think and of course we don't know scratches yet but good full fields. I think there's a logical single and I think there's a horse in the last race that everybody's GONNA use but won't single and so we'll talk about that sequence a little bit but let's get right to To Brennan we'll have a good conversation about his barred about Gulfstream about Max field and much much. More Brennan Walsh joining us. Here on the Jason Be. Moore's racing podcast. This is the Jason Beam horse racing. Podcast brought to you by twin spires back here on the Jason Marsh Racing. Podcasts brought to you by twin spires pleased to welcome in our next guest is a great one. Winning trainer currently running at Gulfstream Park Police to walk in Brendon Walsh. Back to the show. Brennan how are you good? Thanks Jason Thanks for having me on. I looked it up. I think we had you last on in May of twenty seventeen. I feel like a lot happened in your career since then. Yeah quite a base on abated and things have been beneficial Last year or so. We'll let let let's talk about what's going on right now. I I would assume. Normally you'd be up in Kentucky and kind of settled back in Kentucky is home base for you. Are you in Kentucky personally? Are you still down in Florida? I actually back in Kentucky Jason for a little while I. I thought maybe I'd be back here for good. Came up last About a week ago but it looks like of might have to To head back down for a little longer day they Churchill said today there were going to postponed their re-opening now until the twenty as of April Rather than the fourteen so Thank them orces in Sarah. Going to beat her for a little while longer so normally. I don't like to be away from any of the horses for you know. Two two dogs laid back down next week for a few days again. Hopefully that'll be the end of the thing I would think I mean. Obviously there's a lot of difficult parts of this whole process but I would think kind of planning out. Horses campaigns futures is especially difficult right now. Yeah I mean. We're kind of guessing at the moment. Jason you know you're you're guessing is is GONNA come up. Churchill You know Wayne. Is it going to start You know you're you're trying to keep our says taking over which you know. That's that's not a big deal but You know you're you're really you really kind of trying to figure it out for yourself at the moment and and and trying to keep them going course there is. There is the racing and Gulfstream Rachel's grace You know but of course you know you're not gonNA have a program to suit everybody There either so it's at the moment they a lot of stuff is in limbo. But we're trying to make the best of the owners have been great. You know there have been very understanding about the whole thing You know we're all in the same boat no matter what business you're in so I think everybody's in limbo no matter what What game you're in right now. Yeah I was thinking about in regards to Gulfstream. I I would think for allowance claiming type horses. It's kind of maybe business as usual but obviously there stakes program kind of re retracts quite a bit during the spring and summer time. Yeah that's the thing so you know a lot of the horses we had we had kind of ready to go for for keeneland and for Churchill's you know they're kind of sitting on the back burner right now but you know hopefully It seems like there's maybe a little bit of unease into situation starting to come So if that happens you know. Hopefully things will Will open up a little bit You know may may onwards and and you know if we can just get back to racing in Kentucky would be It would be great. Spectators are no spectators. Just add something to two point that would be Would be fantastic. Well let's talk a little bit about the championship. Meet that you had you. Guys had a strong wind percentage twenty four percent in capped off with that one two finish in the sand springs on Florida Derby Day in Lhasa near victorious in that race. I got her African of she had had a break. The year before tells a little bit about her development. Since she's come to your barn yes she's She's been a great addition Jason. You know. She's she hasn't been the easiest trillion the words train mentally. She can be a little She can be a little tricky but you know when her mind is Raleigh's and she's training good then she can be very Very good But it's more the mental aspect than anything with her You know but she was humid threatening to do that You know I think. Short are up to the states. The mild winter pace in front of her. I think that That really helped You know I'm feeling that she's affiliated needs to be just held onto a little bit Because if we let her go and and make the running on her I think she uses her so for political base Now at this point in her career anyway. But you know it's set up for the last day and You know she got the job done Lincoln said she was. She was threatening to do something like that. So great to Great to get that That stakes Wayne Liver seem like the race before the very one she kind of discussed pock. Kinda stole that one. She kind of just got stuck by Horse. It was cruising up front. And you know those those phrases. It's hard to catch good horses when they get Lucy leads. Yeah courson especially the TURF In this country everything's gotTa go. GotTa go rice and You know so thankfully does time that It dries but she's a very good filly on honor damning she's grade three winner anyway Before we ever had her and her farm. Is there any good Sony? Things from being sit upright for her. I think she competitive than any kind of company. The other horses came out of that race was fell who trains the finished second and she came with a big. Ron and I know the better is really fancied her that that last time out kind of had to wait inside for a little bit. What were your thoughts on that race in the trip? I you know just one of those things you know Trip this time and worked out for For last signature It didn't quite for the foul you know did get stuck down inside and it longer than baby. She'd have wanted to but You know she did. She did run well and I was very very pleased to see. 'cause she's she shown since she came to us that she's She's quite the Philly and you know I- I regard nothing. They're very highly and so fell I think she's shown that she's just as good so it's nice to have to To phillies of that caliber in the barn. And you know I think there's there's still a good bit of improvement to come from fell You know she's awfully well. The last couple of months We've had a few little hiccups along the way When she came I an and she seems to them are doubt now so she's affiliate could go from strength to strength as time goes on. I was thinking about when I was looking at those horses. you know you've had some pretty good success with these turf. Ilise and Practice Ledge was one that came to mind as being such a need horse and I know her last racist about a year ago. I was assuming she was probably retired. Inbred this year my read on it. Yeah Yeah She's actually. She shouldn't be too long before she's do Jason Hughes covered by Kitten's joy last year. So she's in she's should have a full Pretty I think we covered her after about a week after the Derby last year so she should be doing kind of made today from salt. Look forward to hopefully Hopefully training some of her babies Down the line some day really Kentucky do you get to keep up with With a lot of the your Your former runners who go after retirement. I do they job. Have you know a lot of my lot of my buddies in in Kentucky out of the Of My fellow Irishmen that that came over around the same time. There's a lot of them. Were kind of various Stud Farm. So it's easy just to keep keep track on Of of some of them. So yeah we we go out there and and the where prompters name is actually a good friend of mine Two good friends of Mine Fergus. Cows than Adrian Regan Day of her out in the Hunter Valley Farm Song. You know we quote there on a regular basis to to visit her and and some of the under Stock of of Mrs. Mosey that owned Proctors nature so it's always nice to see them then babies coming up and then mold them phillies and they get older. They start to To Be Broodmares..

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"jason" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"jason" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm not Jason Jason here Jason is ready for work Jason wants to work I guarantee you Jason's talking right now see if he can hello Jason are you there no there were having troubles connecting and it's been a real cluster around here in the last fifteen minutes since dawn and Lexi have been working overtime and fevers to try to connect Jason yeah that's okay though you know what the world will still turn and you know what life will go on but we'll try to get connected to Jason you're the next commercial break good morning Alexis good morning the usual here to make people assure people because they're waiting to have their coffee right all right this is excuse me a damn fine Cup of coffee B. C. B. C. the Lexus it is not okay morning and yeah it's much needed this morning much needed yeah mine is a red organic full of bitterness on a Monday morning and I'm going to drink it and yeah my team but it would be a lot better if I was at home smoking a cigar okay well at least we printed your trap since that was also an ordeal that should be appropriate and I can't get on to one of my traffic sides is more there's a whole bunch of different things going we've been.

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"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Jason save yourself. Fifteen percent. I just told Amy that we're gonna buy one it's going to happen. Don, you're right now. Actually, we're going to you will not you will not be disappointed. Won't open now open back up. So I can get. Hang out. Jason's fighting with his ipad. I really am. I I had all this stuff. Okay. Now. We're back open again. Okay. So we know that creating in order to. In order to really harness someone's attention to influence others. They have to be fascinated with you fascination is derived from the narrative the presentation and the level of certainty, which which you can create in the minds of your audience, but let's talk about specifically narrative. So now, we come to storytelling. And how do we how do we tell people? What to think about us? And the first step really is trying to figure out what it is that you really believe because this is what's crazy. It doesn't really matter. What you believe? Now, naturally, if you are I I don't know it does matter to us in the sense that if you are if you're one who legitimately believes that money is the root of all evil, and that the rich are terrible human beings, and that their wealth ought to be confiscated and redistributed to people who deserve it best. If maybe you aren't spreading that to people who make a lot of money, if you're trying to sell it to too high too high in business guys that may not be an effective sales strategy or effective belief to hold, but the likelihood of you truly honestly believing that and still selling to those kinds of people highly unlikely what is most likely if however you do believe those things and you're selling to say, you know, parisioners. Of church that might be a very effective sales strategy that might be very effective principle or idea to hold. But the most important thing is in most cases, it doesn't really matter. What's your faults? Are it doesn't really matter. What you're what you believe about wealth health happiness family because there's going to be somebody out there that is attracted to whatever your view on life and politics is. So what I suggest that people do is start out really defining. What you believe about a lot of things. So what is your opinion on money, for example, is at the root of all evil? Or is it a tool, what is your view on politics? A what's your view on health and fitness? What's your view on business? What your view on homosexuality? What is your view on on marriage? What's your view on raising kids?.

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