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"john prescott" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Get Up!

"We've got up early today joining us from the witness protection program this morning. Negotiate yourself a ring light or something over there. Doing the show in dark tab is having a tough the oldest team in the league right now. And i'm on my leah when i say. Aj number number. It's rare like mr clean were hair. I'm writing down that. Mr clinton airport green. You are idiot. Greenie call me an idiot john prescott. That was scared to limit daylights out of me. You saw just breathed right. Let it out. He would let can his talent. Make our good gooder. What's the no good is not a word graziano. It's the word they're doing a tv. Show with and louis. Nikki wonder how they got too many of my shirt buttons. But you just took off course. Every time. i catch a glimpse of out of the corner of my eye. I made increasingly uncomfortable. They look good. Summer commented on my chest fellow. It's a rack thankfully week. One of the nfl. Preseason kickoff on thursday and up in foxborough last night cam newton started for the patriots against washington played a couple of series completed four of seven passes for forty nine yards as for the patriots. First round draft pick rookie mack jones. He played about half the game mostly second and third quarter action and he was thirteen for nineteen for eighty seven yards in his first taste of nfl action. Then down in philadelphia jalen hurts played two series for the eagles against the steelers going three for seven through the air for fifty four yards rushing one time for four yards back.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

08:44 min | 2 months ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"This as reasons to be cheerful. With and jeff. Hello happy oldest. Well happy second. Week of august. Some fun some of fun. I think you might be building up expectations that what follows in dangerous way. No absolutely no reasons to be cheerful summer season. The end of the pair fund have done end of the p. Show nobody'd be up for it and your Desperate to get back in front of a live audience again. We could do a tour of seaside towns. What'd you think we'd be like at the end of the year. And i somewhere between lifland large and cannonball just to pick to double off the top of my head hale and pace island pace yes to leave chuckle brothers at. I now realize what you're doing is name name at all. None of which we're like really maybe a light c. Three po and alto de to which one of i then. I'll leave that to our listeners. To decide although i think it's fairly obvious which rolls occupy i'm c. three po. My i think so yes okay. I'm little dumpy one. What about the paranoid. Remember marvin the paranoid android from. And he had a think he had a a sort of pairing. They be rox. We've got a long way off the subject. She we have a course. Correction our only option. Here is a is a handbrake turn. What you're doing here is a very smart. You're shifting the energy from one to the other set maintaining high energy. Yes so this this august. We thought that the right thing to do was to talk about the climate crisis. In particular the lead up to the very important talks will be taking place in glasgow in november Known as cop twenty six the conference of the parties which is where the countries of the world gather to discuss what they're going to be doing about the climate crisis and we've got four episodes basically coming up a the first one today tries to set the context to the climate crisis and indeed the call And then we'll get on a future episode to the science the politics and the the movements that are involved in in trying to pressurise world leaders at the call and indeed will pressure as well latest high on the climate crisis. But but we're starting today with the context. And and i think is you know. I think he's a really. We've got some really interesting. Well informed Guests who i hope will shed light on on what we're up against. And and you know something which is quite impenetrable the call as to what. It's all about this when i'm talking to people this summer. I want to sound like a serious minded person who is across current. I wouldn't want to sound like a know what i'm talking about here when it comes to the cop. Obviously i'm media. So can you do me. An idiots guide to the cop so the conference conference of the path. Yes now this this this is the first gotta understand so it's cool to cop but it is the united nations climate change the framework frame invention on framework convention on. So why isn't why isn't it called then That's not the thing said the party particularly if the party where people are sort of. We'll look the un triple c. Is the framework convention which then set up the conference of the parties which is his annual meeting. that takes place. Now forget about all of the milwaukee around joe biden might say what wh what. What do you need to know you need to know. The paris was the most successful. Culp ryan's set a the world. They're agreed a whole set of things in particular that it would seek to limit global warming to two degrees and take action to try and keep global warming to one point five degrees. And that's one point five degrees centigrade. That's a very very celsius your in your language. So that's that's like paris. That's the first port of call at the party. Pepe paris was quite a long way into. It would be so quiet on the i ninety five but it would count. One was ninety five. The reason it's called sex cop twenty one twenty one. That's that's the bit where you've had to lots of wine trying to explain it to people the party but you can definitely go to the first one being in berlin. Okay at one of the people are going gonna be talking to today. Was there wile in berlin and has the shirt and has the t shirt and has has the memorabilia. So that's a little tease so berlin through really born. April was preceded just to complicate things further by the earth summit of nine hundred ninety two in rea- which you will have sort of vaguely remembered which established the un after c. And all of that now. Okay but let's because i think at this point you might well have lost her interlocutor at the party. But assuming that you haven't lost them they'll be like they might be sent you well okay. That's very interesting jeff. Not but what. What was what's glasgow will about. The key thing to realize about glasgow is about closing. The gap between the high-level ambitions of the world to keep level to put five degrees centigrade or celsius and the individual pledges that countries have made which added up to something approaching three degrees of warming. A review mechanism was built in to the paris agreement. To say countries have to come every five years. And say well you know how do we. If you like match the hive bishops we made with the at aggregate of all the pledges made by countries. Now so it's a little bit like the parents evening where you go in to go and see how you doing in this this this pressure because this event is coming up to have made some change. Yes you've got. We eat quite important to be at the parents evening right but what i was gonna say was cop. Twenty six was due to be lost year in glasgow but obviously the pandemic it got postponed. I'm going to introduce something. This is like what everybody's almost everybody's left the party and the sort of anyone guest no no. That's not how i'm seeing. it like. People are set at my as regaling them. this information. when. I first became a minister to copenhagen the one. Big cop was nineteen ninety seven. Kyoto john prescott was that it was important agreement in curators. There was a division between so-called annex one countries who in annex one of the agreement and non annex one countries annex one countries were developed countries. Who had to cut their emissions and non-annex one countries were countries that were not necessarily going to cut their emissions. But we're gonna take actions to sort of help tackle. The climate challenge recognized developing countries. You know was still in the development and so on now that division has been is no longer there. That's probably a good thing but we need every country to be now cutting in the world where you're gonna get to net zero by twenty fifty also as a world you need. All countries now developed countries have responsibility to do more and so on but you need all countries acting but the reason i mentioned all that is because it was that suspicion between developing countries and developed countries. Which is if you like the most difficult. The crux of the of the sort of of the challenge of these cops we developed countries had this development path high carbon etcetera etcetera etcetera. And now we're saying to developing countries. Well you can't really do it. We can't redevelop in that way. Go developing zero carbon a low-carbon way. That's the biggest challenge. I would say of the whole thing. The whole thing is you know how. The world tackles climate climate crisis. The big thing also to bear in mind is countries may set net zero targets for a long way to the future but what really matters and our listeners will know this is weird. The decisive decade now so countries should really be judged. They're going to do for twenty thirty. That's that's the meat and potatoes of this. So if you've never watched a cup before this is the this is the one to pay attention to. Now's the time to shoot in. Then you go back and watch the previous twenty-five listening to reasons to be cheerful.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Ramped up the octane in politics so that it's it's always like a fever dream isn't it. It's up down this thought. I mean that's what i mean by the volatility. Who knows you don't. I wouldn't make any predictions but other than i would say. Labor needs to get a lot better a lot. And what you think's gonna happen next for. Boris oh god. I didn't make any predictions. I think all journey should start making predictions. it's journalism is off. The thing is and what will predictions now. I don't know why whereas actually that really enough has happened for us to talk about that. And to try and analyze that or to even just make in my case makes cheaper jokes about that. I don't think i would be in the business of making any predictions marina. Hi thank you very much. Thank you initiative. Thank you for everything. We all miss you so much. We really will. That was guardian columnist marina hyde. So technically you can't be a legend if you're alive but there really is no better word to describe her. Thank you marina for breaking your no audio role and coming on today in focus. Now i want to tell you about who is going to be joining the team. As i'm leaving you will continue of course to half the wonderful rachel humphries. My voice twin absolutely adore. But you also get to. Very exciting new presenters coming on board in the uk. With right we'll be nauseating. Egbo a brilliant reporter coming over from the observer where she is at the moment. She writes about politics society music and culture but she's previously worked all over the guardian including as women's editor and she's interviewed a wide range of figures from sadique khan and john prescott to michaela coal. You may have heard her excellent interview with british author renae at large on today in focus. I think you're going to really enjoy listening to her. The other person joining us someone who listeners will know michael saffy. he's driven some of my absolute favorite today. Infocus episodes including a two parter. We did on one hundred days of covert and tracking down five brothers in syria. Brilliant investigative reporting. Michael is the guardians international correspondent based in lebanon. And he's going to be staying there in order to take elite on our international coverage which is important for this podcast rachel nauseating and michael an absolute dream team. I wish them the best of luck. And i cannot wait to listen to them daily. I'm going to be a today. Infocus tango now. Before i go. I hope you'll allow me a tiny self-indulgence as i want to. Properly thank all the producers. Were with over the last couple of years. This is our six hundred and seventy four th episode since we launched in november two thousand eighteen and it has been an absolute blast. We built this from scratch and have gone onto win lots of awards including being named best current affairs podcast in the uk last year. And all of that is down to the most talented producers. i have ever worked with. If i sound good. It is entirely down to this immense team. So thank you hannah. More courtney usa sammy. Can't elizabeth kassian josh kelley. Mightily row archie bland. Also thanks to those of you who come in to work with us. Rose alex net alison others. Thank you to the sensational axel cutie. What an absolute genius. I cannot believe. I will not be saying. Sound design was by axel kukuchi.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"Mindscape podcast i'm your host sean carroll if you have not been sleeping under a rock or whatever it is in recent years and you have some interest in physics and science more broadly you will have heard of quantum computers. Y'all know about quantum mechanics. You'll know about computers. There seems to be a new thing on the horizon where we're going to use quantum mechanics to build a new powerful different kinds of computer. In fact i sometimes speak in the future tense. It's happened. We have working quantum computers right now but so far. They're not big enough and they're not efficient enough. They're not accurate enough to really beat their classical counterparts at any particular kind of calculation that you might wanna do however the technology is improving the theoretical. Understanding is improving. We're very hopeful that pretty soon. Quantum computers will be doing things more efficiently for certain kinds of things than classical computers. Do so it's a very obvious fun topic for us to discuss here on mindscape. We've brought in one of the world's top experts. Mike caltech colleague john prescott and john me started out as a theoretical particle physicist cosmologists. Grabby person and he made it very explicit choice to move into quantum information science and quantum computing and he since become one of the world's leaders in that project. He's the best person to talk to about the big picture for quantum computing because as discuss in the podcast in the conversation though he is certainly personally extremely excited about the both the intellectual adventure of quantum computing and the technological prospects for making it work. He is also relentlessly. Careful not to over hype. So he's very very specific about what he thinks. Quantum computers will be good for and especially this sort of most obvious thing in the world which is simulating quantum mechanical systems like chemical reactions or materials. Or something like that. It's less clear. The quantum computers are going to be very helpful for giant problems. Traveling salesman problem or something like that but maybe they will so we talk about what quantum computers are what the best technologies are to make them happen and the prospects for using them where they will really be useful What kinds of problems will be addressing with them. Why people are so excited about it at the end of the day probably will not have a quantum computer in your smartphone but they probably will be useful for various things. We can't even yet anticipate. It's clear that this is a very exciting time to be thinking about this stuff. I mean we not only talk about quantum computers but how the ideas from quantum information theory have radically changed our views of quantum gravity and black holes and emergence facetime and some of my favorite topics along those lines. This is also an area where john is one of the world's leaders so he's a great person to talk to about it. I'll mention as i sometimes do that. We have resources out there for mindscape listeners. We have a whole website. Preposterous universe dot com slash podcast. You can.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"He was an IT specialist working for the intelligence services. The closest you can think about it is he was the man in the van is too high seal they spy movies and despite, and then there's the backup crew van doing all the stuff that's what he did. said, he did he persuaded me and the wife and a few of his fiancee said, he did we were together for six years after four years of being together. He started to explain to me that the shadowy people after us if we didn't come up with money, they were going to kidnap the kids and rip it them and send them through the post if we didn't manage came off. Very long story short but basically took me for two hundred thousand pounds left me V six posit debt a tons out I wasn't married to him because although he went through the monitoring spies, he was already married someone else. He was a mess and a call mom and a convicted paedophile on a psychopath does that he has now fourteen children bye-bye six women in two, thousand I when he was first arrested two is in three fiancee's my gosh. Yes not a bit of a bad lad. He was out night the most toxic dangerous person. It wasn't just women news coming as well. He's actively impregnating women to rip them off of money, but he he also was ripping off businesses. So he's ripped off and conned millions of pounds of really big business. He was working for the Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott when he was arrested could see why I wrote a book about it 'cause it's just It took sixty thousand was just explain to people what actually happened. There were enough kernels of truth because he really wasn't it specialist really did have a business but there were a lot of other things going on in the background that he said we're going on that really weren't but there were there was enough evidence that why would you question that's pretty much. It wasn't any of us didn't question him. We did he was. Very. Good at coming up with and fabricating evidence to give you an example when he was imprisoned in the UK and he was deported back to the USA in two thousand nine when he was deported the American Embassy in London, issued him a possible to American possible to be deported back to the says for two days only had a stumped the American embassy and it says I would travel only two days on the.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

Fallacious Trump

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

"The ninety s and early two thousands and call in his just lost four universe short space time and so he's interviewed and this is what tiny blesses and why. I think this is so much worse. The nine hundred eight thousand three hundred eighty three to Labour leader Michael Foot who was never GONNA win the election. But he was expelling the militant tendency. He was actually pushing back on the bed night. Surge in the Labor Party Neil. Kinnock came in. He actually expelled the militant tendency. You know questions much of expelling people. It's a question of taking the Labor Party back for what? I will call sensible mainstream labour politics and that includes by the way traditional left of the Labour party but that traditional left that stands in the in the shoes of Nye. Bevan Michael Foot Neil Kinnock John Prescott. That is a different left from these old. That's gone so he's a he's saying. There is room in the Labor Party to have a left-wing representatives or he's talking about momentum. So the the the contemporary version of militant tendency which was being expelled as being too left wing in the eighties by the then leader. Michael Foot and Neil Kinnock that is called momentum and they were the ones that were big backers of Corbin and his said not suggest sensible mainstream. If you're in Sweden his politics is politics a sensible a mainstream here because the the window is moved so far to the right. Those kind of sensible mainstream Swedish politics are now extreme. Left-wing and Blair is saying okay. Yes it is possible to have a left wing represented stupid. He's got to be my left-wing emphasis has got to be the ones that is say because those guys are not. They're not the proper left wing. We want good old fashioned left wingers. The ones that we expelled last time. Although it's not a barrier sperling very well so then quite right. Kirsty bought said well. That's all that's all gone. That's you know it's been twenty years since you impound might gives you the right to blather on about this stuff. You know and annoyingly. The Labor Party never ones to waste a good crisis. Did do away with all. The Socialist Principles Kobina spouse and gained a lot of popular following. The the membership of the Labour Party went up about four fold under Corbin. His Scott. It's got a M- people subscribing to belong to. The Labor Party is the largest membership of anyplace capacity in Europe and the Labor Party. Spent no time in wasting the hat and have now moved back to the centre with. Kiss Dhamma who continues. The the centrist stuff led by Blair and then at Miller band and yet for US staunch. Left-wing told a bit disappointing. The whole Blue Labour project continues unabated and the problem is if the left wing isn't sufficiently different from the right wing. Why bother voting them in? That's yeah I mean but there is also the the opposite argument where that you know. It's it's more divided for example in the US than it than it has been for a very long time that the the left wing and right wing are poles apart and and they didn't have a scent and we Kinda have his NFL Z. But no one is gonNA vote for him so a yeah so I know that you're obviously big fan of Corbin but you're notifying dahmer. Is that right? Well not a fan of his politics. He's he's it's more blue labor. It's more Well it's not walls. He will he will on the the BINGO card. You need to check every time he says. Opposition propositions sake his a great believer in compromise and supporting the government particularly in the current crisis. Which means actually he excuses himself from holding the government to account you can be even call been actually stood up in parliament that he's still MP so he stood up and held the government's recounts okay. What's happening with PPA? What's happening with ventilators? Yeah but it's Tom. Who is doing that even in his first. Pm keys he was he was coming. I mean I think personally. I'm more of a centrist. Mice still left but centre-left. Yeah but yeah. I think is nice to have a lawyer. Yeah yeah the hair actually able to to argue yeah In kind of a real way and and I think he so far have been quite impressed. He's hey he has a history of of kind fighting for the little guy move. He's not been a kind of big corporate lawyer just as a lot of experience with trying to help people who need help so Yeah I think the the problem with one of the problems with having someone as As to the left is called seemed to be that it's hard to get launched numbers of people on board. Yeah there's a. Yeah when it comes when it comes to certainly be absolutely. It's nice to have those that those views espoused yen and made public. Yeah the first time in longtime is great but if you can't get people on board it's like Sanders in the yeah. Yeah it's it's great to have that movement of young people but young people are going to get out and vote. Yeah nothing you know. It's not going to happen to change anything and so you have all those. There's always that worry about okay. We've got to win the center ground because yes we've got them. That was players success. Was He kind of rode? The wave of the DEN leader's expelling the left wingers which and he kind befriended to Blair befriended the media outlets and pretty much said nothing. That's going to change so you don't need to be worried so we could you know we? We'll be safe in parliament and sure. They did do some things. Many things which have been dismantled since by the Tory government. So you know. They did a lot for the health service. Lot for education lot for supporting single mothers and A. B. Busies. And all that kind of stuff which has been dismantled bar part of that seemed to be knowingly compromising the position in order to get into power which which also happened with the nasty leaves me with a nasty taste. Because that's exactly what Nick Clegg date with the Liberals. He compromised their position in order to get into power when he could have easily going into coalition with the Labour party but he decided not to purely because he wanted to get into power. So Yeah Yeah I can see the argument for it because if you're even if you're not any more left wing than politics in Sweden but the whole window through which you're viewing as shifted off to the right leaving new way off to the left. That's a big leap for people to take. And the the voting majority of the people in the bell curve of voting all people who sit in the center. You know they've got yeah. You need to have a combination of the right kinds of policies and the populations of these and there are enough people still here on quite on both with the more the more far on thankfully either end of the spectrum The they are still fringes and I think moving towards that leftist great And and but it has to be done in a way where you can actually get people because the irony is that many of his policies about funding the NHS nationalizing transfer system providing a welfare system whereby people get universal. Wage have been an accident in the Kobe by the current government. They've just had to makes me think of that scene in die hard way the the whole the all of the things that need to happen for the volt happen happen automatically as a result of terrorist incident because the FBI shut the power down and essentially it one says an emergency. Socially policies suddenly make more s into everyone. Everyone's like Oh yeah. Well we do need the government to help us and pay for stuff and yeah yeah and ultimately going well. We need to do that because otherwise there's nobody there would be. Nobody eight vote for us be left to live to vote for us and and see inclined to vote for us if we don't do any of this and and yet in the US very little of that actually happening and yet will they still trump in. Well we'll see. Yeah I mean even if I Perfect one.

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"john prescott" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"john prescott" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Yesterday on the rich Eisen show you want to call you a free agent quarterback is my first time going through this may call me whatever I guess I will call you John Prescott that works I'm not a quarterback in the league but I am in a business where you go contract contract in a five minute walk here and somebody is in signing me it's not easy yeah I mean it's not easy disappointing but that's not something to worry about I once the season started once I knew for a fact the country wasn't getting done most focused on my team I was focused on that they share a commitment that I had with those guys yeah right now this is the rich Eisen show Hey guys it's rich Eisen in town for the game down low download download from Super Bowl fifty four in Miami it's rich Eisen show download inside cast rich Eisen show dot com the party on the rich Eisen show questions forty it the words he said rich Eisen show earlier on the show eating actor Eric Stonestreet Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey ESPN college football analyst Pat McAfee still to come Alabama quarterback a low WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder plus Ellis you quarterback Jonesborough and now number two of the number here at the Miami Honda studio we are on floor number seven a parking garage hanging out with Pat McAfee which is exactly the way how I want to be where else would I rather be than right here right now good to see you NASA though and later.

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"john prescott" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"john prescott" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Build to Gordon said this happens over the cowboys will not get another shot but here they are now with twenty nine seconds of overtime else head a legitimate shot because of the missed field goal they have it at the role forty three yard line only need about fifty yards to be a billable right right yeah and that point Callaway's the number one rushing or number one offense I should say the NFL over four hundred yards on the season and they have ninety eight so far today thirty two twenty three for the cowboys the eagles I should say John Prescott seven forty three June your sixty eight Brady the news didn't expect to see that we're as winds hundred seventy seven yards on eighteen to forty five three the dispute agape dominated by the eagles early lead read about that Canada we see this see this story over and over again this year as for what it is about the way they get behind they have a tendency to force things over what it is but there's really struggle flavor behind we will have it work and left to right twenty nine seconds left here in this first half these will be offensive for the most part been standing almost this entire first half news those few were seated back on their feet Prescott working out of a shot gun three white four sites single receiver here today side elite flank to his right here's a snap for man runs one throws back across the middle to Mike at Gallup well the crossing route right to left completed Jilin mills there on the coverage and racing down field after the catch is able to pick up fourteen in a Dallas first down we get a time out on the field with twenty four seconds just five seconds off the.

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"john prescott" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To forty five women. Let's see who's league would that put him Clinton. Trying to think Wilt Chamberlain were close. Who am I leaving out here? The kennedys. Yeah. That, that, that. How could I forget? Yes. Absolutely garo. By the way, this, this Baga for is an American historian and author, his book is bearing the cross Martin Luther King junior and a southern Christian leadership conference. He won the nineteen eighty-seven culture prize for biography guys Pulitzer prize winner. And he claims to have heard these tapes at Has the article constantly claims the surveillance was ordered by j Edgar Komi? Jay hoover. But Hoover did not order the surveillance of king Dino who did. Robert kennedy. Robert Kennedy was the attorney Jerry. It was the Kennedys that were trying to defame Artan Luther King. Once again, the democrat party. Robert Kennedy was the attorney general. He ordered these the surveillance of Martin Luther King, and everybody blames J Edgar Komi for this there. I did it again. J Edgar Hoover for this. But in this case, it was actually actually Bobby Bobby Kennedy up Mr. Snerdley commission quick question. Just sick every banks. How many times over the course of this program. Have you heard me either say directly making a big point of it or just in passing that I am stunned that I am shocked that, that real men can be liberals. How many times have you heard me raises it? It's a lot. It's over the years. I have I've often asked, it's tough for me to understand how real guy real guys can be. Liberals. Well, guess what? Times in the UK UK times headline week men more likely to be socialists study claims, once again, your host on the cutting edge of societal evolution, I mean decades ago, I began to raise this anomaly. Don't tell John Prescott but maybe socialists are socialist, because they aren't that good. In a fight. Conversely, free marketeers may not actually have a sincere belief in the power of Adam Smith on seeing handed instead of a justified belief in the power of their clenched. Fist a study found that weaker men. This thing this, this the first paragraph there. The definition of weak versus strong by fists and fighting is, is not really what this is about a study found that weaker men are more likely to be in favor of re, distributive taxation, they are more likely TV sympathetic and feel sorry for. Minorities and others. The strong of the other hand according to the study. Are far less likely to see the virtue of a gala, -tarian social policies. Now, listen to the way, I want to read, I just interpreted the paragraph, I want to read you the way the thing is actually the people that wrote this do not like this. They don't agree with it. And they're, they're impugning as they right. This study has found it weaker men are more likely to be in favor of redistributive taxation. The strong on the other hand, who in their cavemen past had no problems controlling both women and resources that they have no intention of sharing are far less likely to see virtue of a galaxy. See how strong people are portrayed here controlling women abusive, they don't share anything just the exact opposite. Week people demand that other people share what they have the strong already do it. The strong take care of who knows how many that's the point of getting strong and being strong point of becoming a provider. I don't think other people ought to have to do it like liberals do liberals are great at spending everybody else's money, and even keep spinning when there isn't any more left. See how strong people protrayed here manipulating and controlling women in, they don't share resources. This is one interpretation of research, by academe some Brunell university who assessed one hundred seventy one men. Okay. So we had a call up there that. Asked a serious question, Mr. Limbaugh. How do we know that Trump is going to follow through on his demand at all these documents involving the Russia collusion story, the FBI's crossfire hurricane counter Intel investi? How do we know that Trump's not going to? All of a sudden pull up stakes and say, stop don't release the duck and how do we know that Trump is going to go through with this. I think Trump is always intended to go through with this. In fact, grab audio sound bite number one, I want to take you back to may third. This is twenty eight to twenty five Dixon, basically three and a half weeks. It didn't get a lot of publicity. But one of the president's warriors Emmett flood. Sent a letter to William bar, the attorney general. And this letter was, I think the opening salvo in the White House going to war against the people who ran this coup against him. And I just want to refresh your memory. I'm not gonna read the whole letter again, but I want to refresh your memory on some of what I said back on may. Third on this program letter from Emmett flood to William bar, indicates that Trump is on the warpath, and I had that really confirmed for me last night, when I saw trumping, interviewed by Catherine Herridge, Fox News in which he said, he's very close to declassifying everything having to do with Faisal warrant applications and he's held back. He's held back because he wanted all of this defensible. They aren't going to be able to spin their way out of this. When any president uses the bully pulpit to put a story out. And if he has good people like Emmett flood, and, like William bar, and if you've got pit bulls like Rudy Giuliani to go out there and tell the story and at the same time declassify all the stuff that they have been petrified was going to be declassified there, isn't anybody that can compete with Jerry Nadler is going to be so outmatched pencil neck is going to be outmatch Pelosi is going to be outmatched Chuck Schumer and Feinstein gonna be outmatched. This is why they have been literally scared to death. Trump is going to do this, because once this starts, and once the public reveal begins there, isn't any way to beat it back there in any way to control while being there. There are ways but it's just. It's just really tough to compete against a fortified coordinated operation that comes from the executive branch from the White House. The bully pulpit, even even when you have a media that is doing its best to thwart. Everything that Trump is trying to do this. This is going to be tough for them to stop and Lindsey Graham was was on Fox News Sunday yesterday. And he got the audio this, but before we go to the break, I just want to give up shot of what he said. He said that the former government officials opposing this declassification are worried about being exposed. Now do you find it curious? That. There isn't anybody on the left there. Isn't anybody on the media, who wants to actually find out what happened here? Just as isn't it fascinating that not a single journal in that town. Not a one and there must be hundreds of them that were on this story. Not one of them actually sought to find out and report. What was really going on not a single journalist sought to make a name for him or herself, not a single journalist decide to make one of the greatest career advancement moves he or she could make instead they all that down and work complicit in this by the same token. Now that documents that contain answers to questions that a lot of people have had are on the verge of being declassified. There isn't a single person in the media democrat complex that seems the slightest bit interested in knowing the truth, is that not odd. Journalism used to be a business that was devoted to keeping government power in check, you know making the comfortable afflicted. Speaking truth to power, all those crazy, cliches. But now they have become totally complicit. Now we all know why. But hates Trump and the reasons for that or many and varied, but I find it fascinating. That. On the verge of declassification everybody. If geared to death and don't think it should happen. And don't want it. Can you not one person? Saw this story for what it was and tried to get to the truth of it becomes this erase Woodward or Bernstein. Not one person even know is interested in finding what actually have what we know they know I know but there's a career or two waiting to be made. There are zillions of dollars to be made writing a book about, but not one. Red of interest on the part of anybody. I just fascinating to.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The FBI tapes is made by a biographer of Dr king David garrow, G A, R W claims to have unearthed tapes that show. Dr king was involved in forty to forty five extra well extramarital affairs with forty to forty five women. Let's see who's league would that put him Clinton. Trying to think Wilt Chamberlain we're close. Who am I leaving out here? But channel. All the Kennedys. Yeah. That, that, that how could I forget? Yes. Absolutely garo. By the way, this, this Baga for is an American historian and author, his book is bearing the cross Martin Luther King junior and a southern Christian leadership conference. He won the nineteen eighty-seven Pulitzer prize. Biographies guys Pulitzer prize winner? And he claims to have heard these tapes at the FBI. Has the article constantly claims the surveillance was ordered by j Edgar Komi? Jay Hoover, Abbott. Hoover did not order the surveillance of king Dino who Robert kennedy. Robert Kennedy was the attorney Jerry. It was the Kennedys that were trying to defame Martin Luther King. Once again, the democrat party, Robert Kennedy, was the attorney general. He ordered these surveillance of Martin Luther King, and everybody blames J Edgar Komi for this there. I did it again. J Edgar Hoover for this. But in this case, it was actually actually Bobby Bobby Kennedy up. Mr. Snerdley can issue quick question, just sick every banks. How many times over the course of this program. Have you heard me either say directly making a big point of it or just in passing that I am stunned that I am shocked that, that real men can be liberals. How many times have you heard me raises it? It's a lot. It's over the years. I have I've often asked, it's tough. To understand how real guys guys can be. Liberals. Well, guess what? Times in the UK UK times headline week men more likely to be socialists. Study claims once again, your host on the cutting edge of societal evolution decades ago, I began to raise this anomaly, don't tell John Prescott, but maybe socialists are socialist, because they aren't that good. In a fight. Conversely, free marketeers may not actually have a sincere belief in the power of Adam Smith's on seeing handed instead of a justified belief in the power of their clenched. Fist a study found that weaker men. This thing this is the first paragraph there. The definition of weak versus strong by fists and fighting is, is not really what this is about a study found that weaker men are more likely to be in favor of re, distributive taxation, they are more likely TB sympathetic and feel sorry for. Minorities and others. The strong of the other hand according to the study. Are far less likely to see the virtue of a gala, -tarian social policies. Now, listen to the way, I want to read, I just interpreted the paragraph, I want to read you the way this thing is actually, the people that wrote this do not like this. They don't agree with it, and they're impugning as they right. The study has found at weaker men are more likely to be in favor of redistributive taxation. The strong on the other hand, who in their cavemen past had no problems controlling both women and resources that they had no intention of sharing are far less likely to see virtue of a galaxy. See how strong people portrayed here controlling women abusive, they don't share any just the exact opposite week people demand that other people share what they have the strong already do it. The strong take care of who knows how many that's the point of getting strong, and being strong. Support of becoming a provider. I don't think other people on the have to do it like liberals do liberals are great at spending everybody else's money, and even keep spending when there isn't any more left. See how strong people for trade here manipulating and controlling women in, they don't share resources. This is one interpretation of research, by academe some Brunell university who assessed one hundred seventy one men. Okay. So we had a call up there that. S the serious question, Mr. Limbaugh. How do we know that Trump is going to follow through on his demand? All these documents involving the Russia collusion story, the FBI's crossfire, hurricane counter Intel industry. How do we know that Trump's not going to? All of a sudden pull up stakes and say, stop don't release the duck and how do we know that Trump is going to go through with this. I think Trump is always intended to go through with this fact, gravity sound bite. Number one, I would take you back to may third. This is a twentieth or twenty five basically three weeks ago. It didn't get a lot of publicity. But one of the president's warriors Emmett flood sent a letter to William bar, the attorney general. And this letter was, I think the opening salvo in the White House going to war against the people who ran this coup against him. And I just want to refresh your memory. I'm not gonna read the whole letter again, but I want to refresh your memory on some of what I said back on may third on this program letter from Emmett flood embar indicates that Trump is on the warpath, and I had that really confirmed for me last night when I saw Trump being interviewed by Catherine Herridge, Fox News, in which he said, he's very close to declassifying everything having to do with the Faisal warrant applications and he's held back. He's held back because he wanted all of this defensible. They aren't going to be able to spin their way out of this. When any president uses the bully pulpit to put a story out, and if he has good people like Emmett flood, and, like William bar, and if you've got pit bulls like Rudy Giuliani to go out. There and tell the story. And at the same time, declassify all the stuff that they have been petrified was going to be declassified there, isn't anybody that can compete with Jerry Nadler is going to be out matched pencil neck is going to be outmatch Pelosi is gonna be outmatched Chuck Schumer and Feinstein outmatched. This is why they have been literally scared to death. Trump is going to do this, because once this starts, and once the public reveal begins there isn't any way to beat it back there in any way that control while being there, there are ways, but it's just it's just really tough to compete against a fortified coordinated operation. That comes from the executive branch from the White House. The bully pulpit, even even when you have a media that is doing its best to thwart. Everything that Trump is trying to do this. This is going to be tough for them to stop and Lindsey Graham was was on Fox News Sunday yesterday and he got the audio. This. But before we go to the break, I just want to give you a shot of what he said. He said that the former government officials opposing this declassification are worried about being exposed. Now do you find it curious? That there isn't anybody on the left there, isn't anybody on a media, who wants to actually find out what happened here. Just as isn't it fascinating that not a single journalist in that town, not a one and there must be hundreds of them that were on this story. Not one of them actually sought to find out and report. What was really going on not a single journalist sought to make a name for him or herself, not a single journalist decide to make one of the greatest career advancement moves he or she could make instead they all that down and work complicit in this by the same token now that documents that contain answers to questions, a lot of people have had are on the verge of being declassified. There isn't a single person in the media democrat complex that seems. The slightest bit interested in knowing the truth, is that not odd. Journalism used to be a business that was devoted to keeping government power in check, you know making the comfortable afflicted. Speaking truth to power, all those crazy, cliches. But now they have become totally complicit now, we all the wire, but he hates Trump and the reasons for that are many and varied, but I find it fascinating. That on the verge of declassification everybody. If geared to death and don't think it should happen. And don't want it. Can you not one person? Saw the story for what it was and tried to get to the truth of it becomes this. Erase Woodward Bernstein. Not one person, even now is interested in finding out what actually have what we know. They know I know but there's a career or two waiting to be made. There are gazillions of dollars to be made writing a book, but not one. Red of interest on the part of anybody. I just fascinating.

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"john prescott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"O, W A claims to have unearthed tapes that show. Dr king was involved in forty to forty five extra well extramarital affairs with forty to forty five women. Let's see who's league would that put him Clinton. Trying to think Wilt Chamberlain we're close. Who am I leaving out here? But. All the Kennedys. Yeah. That, that, that how could I? Forget. Yes. Absolutely Garo by the way, this, this is the Baga for is an American historian and author. His book is bearing the cross Martin Luther King junior and a southern Christian leadership conference. He won the nineteen eighty-seven Pulitzer prize for biography guys Pulitzer prize winner Ammi claims to have heard these tapes at the FBI has. The article constantly claims the surveillance was ordered by j Edgar Komi. Jay hoover. But Hoover did not order the surveillance of king Dino who did. Robert kennedy. Robert Kennedy was the attorney general. It was the Kennedys that were trying to defame Martin Luther King, once again, the democrat party. Robert Kennedy was the attorney general. He ordered these the surveillance of Martin Luther King, and everybody blames J Edgar Komi for this there. I did it again. J Edgar Hoover for this. But in this case, it was actually actually Bobby Bobby Kennedy up. Mr. Snerdley can issue quick question. Just memory banks. How many times over the course of this program, have you heard me either say directly making a big point of it or just in passing that, I am stunned that I am shocked that, that real men can be liberals. How many times have you heard me raises or asked to it? It's a lot. It's over the years. I have I've often asked a lot. I it's tough for me to understand how real guys real guys can be. Liberals. Well, guess what? Times in the UK UK times headline week men more likely to be socialists study claims, once again, your host on the cutting edge of societal evolution, I mean decades ago, I began to raise this anomaly. Don't tell John Prescott but maybe socialists are socialist, because they aren't that good. In a fight. Conversely, free marketeers may not actually have a sincere belief in the power of Adam Smith on seeing handed instead of a justified belief in the power of their clenched. Fist a study has found that weaker men. This thing this is the first paragraph there. The definition of weak versus strong by fists and fighting is, is not really what this is about a study has found that weaker men are more likely to be in favor of re, distributive taxation, they are more white TB sympathetic and feel sorry for. Minorities and others. The strong of the other hand according to the study..

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"john prescott" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Put him Clinton. Trying to think Wilt Chamberlain we're close. Who am I leaving out here? All the Kennedys. Yeah. That, that, that. How could I forget? Yes. Absolutely Garo by the way, this, this is the Wagner is an American historian and author, his book is bearing the cross Martin Luther King junior and a southern Christian leadership conference. He won the nineteen eighty seven Pulitzer prize for biography guys Pulitzer prize winner. And he claims to have heard these tapes at the FBI. Has the article constantly claims the surveillance was ordered by j Edgar Komi? Jay hoover. But Hoover did not order the surveillance of king Dino who did. Robert kennedy. Robert Kennedy was the attorney Jerry. It was the Kennedys that were trying to defame Artan Luther King. Once again, the democrat party. Robert Kennedy was the attorney general. He ordered these the surveillance of Martin Luther King, and everybody blames J Edgar Komi for this there. I did it again. J Edgar Hoover for this. But in this case, it was actually actually Bobby Bobby Kennedy up. Mr. Snerdley can issue quick question. Just sick memory banks. How many times over the course of this program. Have you heard me either? Save directly making a big point of it or just in passing that I am stunned that I am shocked that, that real men can be liberals. How many times have you heard me raises it? It's a lot. It's over the years. I have I've often asked, it's tough for me to understand, how real guys guys can be. Liberals. Well, guess what? Times in the UK UK times headline week men more likely to be socialists study claims, once again, your host on the cutting edge of societal evolution, I mean decades ago, I began to raise this anomaly. Don't tell John Prescott but maybe socialists, socialist, because they aren't that good. In a fight. Conversely, free marketeers may not actually have a sincere belief in the power of Adam Smith on seeing handed instead have a justified belief in the power of their clenched, fist, a study found that weaker men. This thing this the first paragraph there. The definition of weak versus strong by fists and fighting is, is not really what this is about a study found that weaker men are more likely to be in favor of re, distributive taxation, they are more likely TB sympathetic and feel sorry for. Minorities and others. The strong of the other hand according to the study. Are far less likely to see the virtue of egalitarian social policies. Now, listen to the way, I wanna read, I just interpreted the paragraph, I want to read you the way this thing is actually, the people that wrote this do not like this. They don't agree with it. And they're, they're impugning as they right. The study has found that weaker men are more likely to be in favor of redistributive taxation. The strong on the other hand, who in their cavemen past had no problems controlling both women and resources that they had no intention of sharing are far less likely to see the virtue of a galaxy. See how strong people protrayed here controlling women abusive, they don't share anything just the exact opposite. Week people demand that other people share what they have the strong already do it. The strong take care of who knows how many that's the point of getting strong and being strong appointed becoming a provider. Don't think other people ought to have to do it like liberals do liberals are great at spending everybody else's money, and even keep spending when there isn't any more left. See how strong people betrayed here. The Niculae, ding and controlling women in, they don't share resources. This is one interpretation of research, by academe some Brunell university who assessed one hundred seventy one men. Okay. So we had a call up there that. Asked a serious question, Mr. Limbaugh. How do we know that Trump is going to follow through on his demand at all these documents involving the Russia collusion story, the FBI's crossfire hurricane counter Intel investi? How do we know that Trump's not going to? All of a sudden pull up stakes and say, stop don't. Release the duck. How do we know that Trump is going to go through with this? I think Trump is always intended to go through with this fact. Grab audio sound bite number one I wanna take you back to may third. This is twenty eight to twenty five Dixon, basically three weeks ago. It didn't get a lot of publicity. But one of the president's warriors Emmett flood sent a letter to William bar, the attorney general. And this letter was, I think the opening salvo in the White House going to war against the people who ran this coup against him. And I just want to refresh your memory. I'm not gonna read the whole letter again, but I want to refresh your memory on some of what I said back on may third on this program letter from Emmett flood embar indicates that Trump is on the warpath, and I had that really confirmed for me last night when I saw Trump being interviewed by Catherine Herridge, Fox News, in which he said, he's very close to declassifying, everything having to do with the Faisal warrant applications and these held back, he's held back because he won an all of this, the several, they aren't going to be able to spin their way out of this. When any president uses the bully pulpit to put a story out, and if he has good people like Emmett flood, and, like William bar, and if you've got pit bulls like Rudy Giuliani to go out there and tell the story and at the same time declassify all the stuff that they have been. Petrified was going to be declassified there, isn't anybody that can compete with Jerry Nadler is going to be so outmatched pencil neck is going to be outmatch Pelosi is gonna be outmatched Chuck Schumer and Feinstein gonna be out matched. This is why they have been literally scared to death. Trump is going to do this, because once this starts, and once the public reveal begins there isn't any way to beat it back there in any way that control while being there, there are ways, but it's just it's just really tough to compete against a fortified coordinated operation that comes from the executive branch from the White House. The, the bully pulpit, even even when you have a media that is doing its best to thwart. Everything that Trump is trying to do this. This is going to be tough for them to stop and Lindsey Graham was was on Fox News Sunday yesterday. And he got the audio this before we go to the break, I just want to give up shot of what he said. He said that the former government officials opposing this declassification are worried about being exposed. Now do you find it curious? That there isn't anybody on the left there, isn't anybody on the media, who wants to actually find out what happened here. Just as isn't it fascinating that not a single journalist in that town, not a one and there must be hundreds of them that were on this story. Not one of them actually sought to find out and report. What was really going on not a single journalist sought to make a name for him. Or herself, not a single journalist decide to make one of the gravest career advancement moves he or she could make instead they all that down and work complicit in this by the same token. Now that documents that contain answers to questions that a lot of people have had are on the verge of being the classified. There isn't a single person in the media democrat complex that seems the slightest bit interested in knowing the truth, is that not odd. Journalism used to be a business that was devoted to keeping government power in check, you know making the comfortable afflicted. Speaking truth to power, all those crazy, cliches. But now they have become totally complicit, we all the wire, but he hates Trump and the reasons for that are many and varied, but I find it fascinating. On the verge of declassification everybody. If geared to death and don't think it should happen. And don't want it. Can you not one person? Saw this story for what it was and tried to get to the truth of it becomes this era's Woodward Bernstein, not one person, even now is interested in finding out what actually have what we know. They know I know but there's a career or two waiting to be made. There are gazillions of dollars to be made writing a book, but not one. Red of interest on the part of anybody. I just fascinating to me. Rush Limbaugh, your treasure map to the truth on the. I be telling you are EC and ninety two point one FM..

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"john prescott" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Listening to Russia's week in review, the allegation of the FBI tapes is made by a biographer of Dr king David garrow, G, A, R, O, W A claims to have owner tapes that show. Dr king was involved in forty to forty five extra well extramarital affairs with forty to forty five women. Let's see who's league would that put him Clinton. Trying to think Wilt Chamberlain were close. Who am I leaving out here? But. All the Kennedys. Yeah. That, that, that how could I forget? Yes. Absolutely Garo by the way, this, this is the Baga for is an American historian and author. His book is bearing the cross Martin Luther King junior, and southern Christian leadership conference. He won the nineteen eighty seven Pulitzer prize for biography guys Pulitzer prize winner. And he claims to have heard these tapes at the FBI. Has the article constantly claims the surveillance was ordered by j Edgar Komi? Jay hoover. But Hoover did not order the surveillance of king Dino who did. Robert kennedy. Robert Kennedy was the attorney Jerry. It was the Kennedys that were trying to defame Artan Luther King. Once again, the democrat party. Robert Kennedy was the attorney general. He ordered these the surveillance of Martin Luther King, and everybody blames J Edgar Komi for this there. I did it again. J Edgar Hoover for this. But in this case, it was actually actually Bobby Bobby Kennedy up. Mr. Snerdley can issue quick question, just sick every banks. How many times over the course of this program. Have you heard me either say directly making a big point of it or just in passing that I am stunned that I am shocked that, that real men can be liberals. How many times have you heard me raises asked to it? It's a lot. It's over the years. I have I've often asked a lot. It's tough for me to understand how real guy real guys can be. Liberals. Well, guess what? Times in UK UK times headline week men more likely to be socialists study claims, once again, your host on the cutting edge of societal evolution, I mean decades ago, I began to raise this anomaly. Don't tell John Prescott. But maybe socialists are socialist, because they aren't that good in eighth fight. Conversely, free. Marketeers may not actually have a sincere belief in the power of Adam Smith, unseating handed instead of a justified belief in the power of their clenched, fist, a study found that weaker men. This thing this the first paragraph there. The definition of weak versus strong by fists and fighting is, is not really what this is about a study found that weaker men are more likely to be in favor of re, distributive taxation, they are more likely TB sympathetic and feel sorry for. Minorities and others. The strong of the other hand according to the study. Are far less likely to see the virtue of a gala, -tarian social policies. Now, listen to the way. I wanna read I just interpreted the paragraph, I want to read you the way this thing is actually, the people that wrote this do not like this. They don't agree with it. And they're, they're impugning as they right grip study has found at weaker men are more likely to be in favor of redistributive taxation. The strong on the other hand, who in their cavemen past had no problems controlling both women and resources that they had no intention of sharing are far less likely to see virtue of a galaxy. See how strong people are portrayed here controlling women abusive, they don't share anything just the exact opposite. We people demand that other people share what they have the strong already do it. The strong take care of who knows how many that's the point of getting strong and being strong appointed becoming a provider. Don't think other people ought to have to do it like liberals do liberals are great at spending everybody else's money, and even keep spinning when there isn't any more left. See how strong people betray here manipulating and controlling women and they don't share resources. This is one interpretation of research by academe IX, Brunell university who assessed one hundred seventy one men. Okay. So we had a call up there that. Asked a serious question, Mr. Limbaugh. How do we know that Trump is going to follow through on his demand at all these documents involving the Russia collusion story, the FBI's crossfire hurricane counter Intel investi? How do we know that Trump's not going to? All of a sudden pull up stakes and say, stop don't release the duck and how do we know that Trump is going to go through with this. I think Trump is always intended to go through with this fact, gravity sound bite number one, I want to take you back to may third. This is twenty eight to twenty five days of basically three and a half weeks. It didn't get a lot of publicity. But one of the president's warriors Emmett flood. Sent a letter to William bar, the attorney general. And this letter was, I think the opening salvo in the White House going to war against the people who ran this coup against him. And I just want to refresh your memory. I'm not gonna read the whole letter again, but I want to refresh your memory on some of what I said back on may third on this program letter from Emmett flood William bar, indicates that Trump is on the warpath, and I had that really confirmed for me last night when I saw Trump being interviewed by Catherine Herridge, Fox News in which he said, he's very close to declassifying everything having to do with the Faisal warrant applications and he's held back. He's held back because he wanted all of this defensible. They aren't going to be able to spin their way out of this. When any president uses the bully pulpit to put a story out, and if he has good people like Emmett flood, and like with the embar, and if you've got pit bulls like Rudy Giuliani to go out there and tell the story. And at the same time declassify all the stuff that they have been. Petrified was going to be declassified there, isn't anybody that can compete with Jerry Nadler is going to be so outmatched pencil neck is going to be outmatch Pelosi is going to be outmatched Chucky Schumer and Feinstein of gonna be outmatched. This is why they have been literally scared to death. Trump is going to do this, because once this starts, and once the public reveal begins there isn't any way to beat it back there in any way that control while being there, there are ways, but it's just it's just really tough to compete against a fortified coordinated operation. That comes from the executive branch from the White House. The bully pulpit, even even when you have a media, that is doing its best to fort, everything that Trump is trying to do this. This is going to be tough for them to stop and Lindsey Graham was was on Fox News Sunday yesterday. And he we've got the audio of this. But before we go to the break, I just want to give up shot of what he said. He said that the former government officials opposing this declassification are worried about being exposed. Now do you find it curious? That there isn't anybody on the left there, isn't anybody in the media, who wants to actually find out what happened here. Just as isn't it fascinating that not a single journalist in that town, not a one and there must be hundreds of them that were on this story. Not one of them actually sought to find out and report. What was really going on not a single journalist sought to make a name for him or herself, not a single journalist decide to make one of the greatest career advancement moves he or she could make instead they all that down and work complicit in this by the same token. Now that documents that contain answers to questions that a lot of people have had are on the verge of being declassified. There isn't a single person in the media democrat complex that seems the slightest bit interested in knowing the truth, is that not odd. Journalism used to be a business that was devoted to keeping government power in check, you know making the comfortable afflicted. Speaking truth to power, all those crazy, cliches. But now they have become totally complicit now, we all the wire, but he hates Trump and the reasons for that or many and varied, but I find it fascinating. At on the verge of declassification everybody. If geared to death and don't think it should happen. And don't want it can not one person. So this story for what it was and tried to get to the truth of it becomes this erase Woodward or Bernstein, not one person, even now is interested in finding what actually have what we know. They know I know but there's a career or two waiting to be made. There are zillions of dollars to be made writing a book about, but not one. Red of interest on the part of anybody. I just fascinating to me, Rush Limbaugh, your Krisher.

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"john prescott" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Put him Clinton. Trying to think Wilt Chamberlain we're close. Who am I leaving out here? Chamberlain. The kennedys. Yeah. That, that, that how could I? Forget. Yes, absolutely. Garrow by the way, this, this is Wagner is an American historian and author. His book is bearing the cross Martin Luther King junior and a southern Christian leadership conference. He won the nineteen eighty-seven Pulitzer prize for biography guys Pulitzer prize winner. And he claims to have heard these tapes at the FBI. Has the article constantly claims the surveillance was ordered by j Edgar Komi? Jay hoover. But Hoover did not order the surveillance of king Dino who did. Robert kennedy. Robert Kennedy was the attorney Jerry. It was the Kennedys that were trying to defame Artan Luther King. Once again, the democrat party. Robert Kennedy was the attorney general. He ordered these the surveillance of Martin Luther King, and everybody blames J Edgar Comi for this there. I did it again. J Edgar Hoover for this. But in this case, it was actually actually Bobby Bobby Kennedy at Mr. Snerdley can issue quick question, just sick memory banks. How many times over the course of this program, have you heard me either say directly making a big point of it or just in passing that, I am stunned that I am shocked that, that real men can be liberals. How many times have you heard me raises or asked to it? It's a lot. It's over the years. I have I've often asked, it's tough for me to understand how real guy real guys can be. Liberals. Well, guess what? The times in the UK UK times headline week men more likely to be socialists study claims, once again, your host on the cutting edge of societal evolution, I mean decades ago, I began to raise this anomaly. Don't tell John Prescott but maybe socialists are socialist, because they aren't that good. In a fight. Conversely, free marketeers may not actually have a sincere belief in the power of Adam Smith's unseating handed instead have a justified belief in the power of their clenched. Fist a study is found that weaker men. This thing this is the first paragraph there. The definition of weak versus strong by fists and fighting is, is not really what this is about a study has found at weaker men are more likely to be in favor of re, distributive taxation, they are more white Clete, TB sympathetic, and feel sorry for. Minorities and others. The strong on the other hand according to the study. Are far less likely to see the virtue of egalitarian social policies. Now, listen to the way, I want to read, I just interpreted the paragraph, I want to read you the way this thing is actually, the people that wrote this do not like this. They don't agree with it. And they're, they're impugning as they right. The study has found at weaker men are more likely to be in favor of redistributive taxation. The strong on the other hand, who in their cavemen past had no problems controlling both women and resources that they had no intention of sharing are far less likely to see the virtue of a galaxy. See how strong people are portrayed here controlling women abusive, they don't share anything just the exact opposite. Week people demand that other people share what they have the strong already do it. The strong take care of who knows how many that's the point of getting strong and being strong appointed becoming a provider. I don't think other people ought to have to do it like liberals do liberals are great at spending everybody else's money, and even keep spending when there isn't any more left. See how strong people are portrayed here. The nip Yele ding and controlling women in, they don't share resources. This is one interpretation of research, by academe some Brunell university who assessed one hundred seventy one men. Okay. So we had a call up there that. Asked a serious question, Mr. Limbaugh. How do we know that Trump is going to follow through on his demand at all? These documents involving the Russia collusion story, the FBI's crossfire hurricane counter Intel investing. How do we know that Trump's not going to? All of a sudden pull up stakes and say, stop don't release the document. How do we know that Trump is going to go through with this? I think Trump is always intended to go through with this. In fact, grab audio sound bite number one. I want to take you back to may third. This is a twenty eight to twenty five days, basically a three and a half weeks ago. It didn't get a lot of publicity. But one of the president's warriors Emmett flood sent a letter to William bar, the attorney general. And this letter was, I think the opening salvo in the White House going to war against the people who ran this coup against him. And I just want to refresh your memory. I'm not gonna read the whole letter again, but I want to refresh your memory on some of what I said back on may. Third on this program letter from Emmett flood to William bar, indicates that Trump is on the warpath, and I had that really confirmed for me last night when I saw Trump being interviewed by Catherine Herridge, Fox News, in which he said, he's very close to declassifying everything having to do with the Faisal warrant applications and he's held back. He's held back because he wanted all of this defensible. They aren't going to be able to spin their way out of this. When any president uses the bully pulpit to put a story out. And if he has good people like Emmett flood, and, like William bar, and if you've got pit bulls like Rudy Giuliani to go out there and tell the story and at the same time declassify all the stuff that they have been petrified was going to be declassified there, isn't anybody that can compete with Jerry Nadler is going to be so outmatched pencil neck is going to be outmatch Pelosi is going to be outmatched Chuck Schumer and Feinstein, and be outmatched. This is why they have been literally scared to death. Trump is going to do this, because once this starts, and once the public reveal begins there, isn't any way to beat it back there in any way to control while being there. There are ways, but it's just it's just really tough to compete against a fortified coordinated operation that comes from the executive branch from the White House. The, the bully pulpit even even when you have a media. That is doing its best to thwart. Everything that Trump is trying to do this. This is going to be tough for them to stop and Lindsey Graham was was on Fox News Sunday yesterday. And he got the audio this before we go to the break, I just want to give up shot of what he said. He said that the former government officials opposing this declassification are worried about being exposed. Now do you find it curious? That there isn't anybody on the left there, isn't anybody in the media, who wants to actually find out what happened here. Just as isn't it fascinating that not a single journalist in that town, not a one and there must be hundreds of them that were on this story. Not one of them actually sought to find out and report. What was really going on not a single journalist sought to make a name for him or herself, not a single journalist decide to make one of the greatest career advancement moves he or she could make instead they all that down and work complicit in this by the same token. Now that documents that contain answers to questions that a lot of people have had are on the verge of being declassified. There isn't a single person in the media democrat complex that seems the slightest bit interested in knowing the truth, is that not odd. Journalism used to be a business that was devoted to keeping government power in check, you know making the comfortable afflicted. Speaking truth to power, all those crazy, cliches. But now they have become totally complicit, we all the wire, but hates Trump and the reasons for that or many and varied, but I find it fascinating. That on the verge of declassification everybody. If geared to death and don't think it should happen. And don't want it. Can you not one person? Saw this story for what it was and tried to get to the truth of it becomes this. Erase Woodward Bernstein, not one person, even now is interested in finding out what actually have? Well, we know they know I know but there's a career or two waiting to be made. There are gazillions of dollars to be made writing a book, but not one. Red of interest on the part of anybody. I just fascinating to me. Rush Limbaugh, your treasure Matt to the.

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"john prescott" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"But also, I guess let's get this out of the way. I could we get an update on the Josh link for mystery. Can I do that? Yes. Please. Come. All right. Let's play the music and play the music, Greg. All right. So here's here's here's where we stand on jostling for ankle injury. That is the most mysterious injury in the talk about it gets more confusing. The more time has talks about it. The more confused, I'm left eight. So according to my Twitter research Langford at this Iowa game last night was putting up shots like in the shoot around. He's out there shooting. He's he's shooting jump shots. He looks. Okay. The Buddha's off and then the game comes around and he's got the boot back on. So that's confusing. Is on Tuesday of this week. So when we recorded last part like the same day, we record the last podcast, Tom Izzo says this he says, I don't think it's going to be weeks and weeks, he's either going to be able to go or he's going to be laid up for weeks and weeks that was his quote, he also I have a quote, we're starting to see a little progress here. Nice use of the little little little so on Tuesday on Tuesday. He says I don't think it's going to be weeks and weeks, but it could be weeks and weeks, but no one really so then on Thursday which last night after the Iowa game. He says that lake I still has a ways to go yet. His return is not going to be in the near in the near near future. He says twice and I hope it's not in the far far future. What does this mean? What does he do in by the way? No one knows what the injury is. We still have no idea. Is it bone ligament? Is it is an Audi Tom is just like he's got a little Ouchi. You just gotta go little boo. Boo. Just ouchi. I don't I don't really understand how what near near and far far. Like, what was the point of that like in the future? Like, those those would negate each other. Right. I mean, that's to to cut those out. And then it would just be the future. Like he will be back in the future. I'm like, okay. Well, I wish link for John Prescott. I wanna raise my head after he's like, I hope it's not the far far future is my head. Coach what about the far far far future? Coach. What about the way way back? Do you like that movie? He's a great. But then there's also this. So you're so Josh Lankford is is still contributed to this team taint. He says Tom Izzo said last night. The Josh Langford did an unbelievable job with the young kids at halftime of the Iowa game. So he's in there. He's in there given pep talks. He's still valuable part of this team. Meanwhile, collar Cal arns, I'm sorry. I I was pronounced the arms family, and I always called him errands. Just because that's how it looked at me. And then when I met Justin for the first time who plays it or how state he's like. No, you dumb ass adorns some still trying to shake through that mispronunciation but cow horns renders reenters back. His status is uncertain. I think here's where we stand with all this is that is basically saying I'm trying to lose these games, and we keep winning and it's very frustrating and seventy seven. Oh, yeah. Link for it is not coming back until we start losing some games. I think what he's trying to say, and they just won't lose. And that brings me to the point. I want to make is. Caches Winston is. So goddamn good that he will not let Michigan state lose. And I I mean, for God's sakes Tate do rose casual Winston is currently playing with with basically a bunch of guys who will won't even ever make a a summer league Rosser much less like an NBA roster of regular NBA regular season rights, basically caches Winston. Although I might take back on air. Henry I really liked that kid the freshman from Indianapolis. Yeah. I really I really really liked it. And he's going to be awesome for Michigan state, but it's cashless..

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"john prescott" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Radio and the ESPN app. I'm Jim bask basketball Seahawks in big d wildcard game against the Cowboys prime time. Seattle was oh into this year when the season turned with a twenty four thirteen win over the Cowboys. No such luck though on this night. First and goal. John prescott. Nelson. One zero five three the fan now wound up game winner Dak Prescott through for to twenty-six net. Clinching scores Zeke Elliott ramp at one thirty seven and a fourth quarter touchdown and the Cowboys held off the Seahawks. Twenty four to twenty two douse will play either New Orleans or the LA Rams in the divisional round next weekend. Their defense mostly kept QB Russell Wilson under control handled him in the first loss in his wildcard game. Experience the rookie linebacker Layton Vander as leda with ten tackles and joined us earlier here on sportscenter allnight late. Now, what was the key to slowing? Russell Wilson in that Seattle offense. And this win just making them one dimensional stopping foremost is being who we are and just being just being focused every single play. Not getting too far ahead of ourselves. A in the the vibe in the stadium was strong the Cowboys moving onto the next row. What did it feel like tonight? It was awesome having them rock. And I mean, there's there's nothing like ANT on everybody's feet yawn. It definitely helps out and makes it it makes burn awesome atmosphere on game day the Cowboys control things offensively with regards to the runs Zeke goes for one thirty seven. How important is that with relation to how it translates to your defense? Yeah. I mean when they can control it and run the ball. We're hard team to beat. He keeps her defense fresh, and we can go out there and get the ball right back for he's Cowboys linebacker late and Vander S ten tackles to lead his team. Cowboys twenty four twenty two winners over the Seahawks advancing to the second round late. We appreciate the time. Thank you. So much of Ryan Clark. Meantime on sports center on the turning point in this game. They'll absolutely listen. That's when this thing changed when Scotland Eoghan and Jason Garrett realized that he's Inc. Yo Elliott was the few that kept this train going getting in the ball more get into early and often and he's been productive for this team. And that's when they see the most success. Meantime, Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hearn suffered what appear to be a serious left ankle injury in the opening quarter players cleared the way for the Cowboys medical staff to get Hearns in an air cast as he got carted off the field. The colts. Meantime, one nine of their last ten to make their first postseason appearances twenty four teeny know what that streak will roll on. As Indianapolis is not done luck out of the gun..

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"john prescott" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"john prescott" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Out how the Cowboys up in the fourth. But the game was in hand until his quarterback. Did it from a yard away to seal the deal? I want. John prescott. What have nothing? One zero five three the fan with the calls Zeke Elliott ramp one thirty seven and a fourth quarter score. Cowboys held off the Seahawks twenty four to twenty two the playoff win by the Cowboys. The first for Elliot and Prescott on their second. Try after losing the divisional game as rookies two years. Back house will play either New Orleans or the Rams in the divisional round next weekend their head coach Jason Garrett when you talk about our team, and and really when you talk about this game. And there are two parts of it physical toughness. We know was going to be a physical football game. We know we had to battle and win the line of scrimmage on each side of the ball. But it was more than that. It was the other guys. It was the runner. The tight end the receivers everybody had to demonstrate physical toughness and on the same. The same token on the other side on defense all three levels of defense. And I thought we did that really throughout the ball game. I thought we're able to possess the ball wear them down over the course of the game. But maybe more importantly is the mental toughness. To bear best and play with the conviction and the ads that we need to for sixty minutes. And we knew we were gonna have success in the game. We had to keep playing when you're gonna have some adversity. And again, that's a good football team. Really well coached really good in all areas. Some big time players over there. And they want a lot of games. And we know it's going to be a battle. When you they keep coming back. We had to keep coming back though, we responded well throughout the ball game and handled it well. And do we need to do to win? Just how big was that final draft taken as much time as you did it was big and so much of the physical toughness that we try to instill in our football team is going to show up at the end of the ball game. And that's how you're gonna win the fourth quarter by wearing them out in the first three quarters. And again, that's a good football team. There were physical too. I mean, we we scratched and clawed. And battle for every inch on both sides of the ball. And ultimately, I do think we warmed our able to control at the end of the ball game. And do we need to do?.

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